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Tensions were escalated when Knight later attended a party for producer [[Jermaine Dupri]] in [[Atlanta, Georgia|Atlanta]]. During the bash, a close friend of Knight's was shot in the arm. Knight accused Combs (also in attendance) of having something to do with the shooting.<ref name="NY Times"/><ref>{{cite news | date = August 29, 2005 | accessdate = November 14, 2011 | publisher = [[The Times]] | title = MTV party shooting revives rap wars}}</ref><ref>{{cite news | date = january 28, 2001 | accessdate = November 14, 2011 | publisher = [[The Sunday Times]] | title = Police probe Puff Daddy on Atlanta killing}}</ref> The same year, Knight posted the $1.4 million bail of the then-incarcerated 2Pac, in exchange for his signing with Death Row Records.<ref>{{cite news | date = October 14, 1995 | accessdate = November 14, 2011 | publisher = [[St. Petersburg Times]] | title = Tupac Shakur out on $ 1.4-million bail}}</ref> Shortly after the rapper’s release in October 1995, he proceeded to join Knight in furthering Death Row’s feud with Bad Boy Records.
 
Tensions were escalated when Knight later attended a party for producer [[Jermaine Dupri]] in [[Atlanta, Georgia|Atlanta]]. During the bash, a close friend of Knight's was shot in the arm. Knight accused Combs (also in attendance) of having something to do with the shooting.<ref name="NY Times"/><ref>{{cite news | date = August 29, 2005 | accessdate = November 14, 2011 | publisher = [[The Times]] | title = MTV party shooting revives rap wars}}</ref><ref>{{cite news | date = january 28, 2001 | accessdate = November 14, 2011 | publisher = [[The Sunday Times]] | title = Police probe Puff Daddy on Atlanta killing}}</ref> The same year, Knight posted the $1.4 million bail of the then-incarcerated 2Pac, in exchange for his signing with Death Row Records.<ref>{{cite news | date = October 14, 1995 | accessdate = November 14, 2011 | publisher = [[St. Petersburg Times]] | title = Tupac Shakur out on $ 1.4-million bail}}</ref> Shortly after the rapper’s release in October 1995, he proceeded to join Knight in furthering Death Row’s feud with Bad Boy Records.
   
===2Pac vs. The Notorious B.I.G. ===
 
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{{cquote|Who shot ya? Separate the weak from the obsolete, hard to creep them Brooklyn streets.|||The Notorious B.I.G.|“[[Who Shot Ya?]]”}}
 
{{cquote|Who shot me? But ya punks didn't finish now you 'bout to feel the wrath of a menace… I hit ‘em up!|||2Pac|“[[Hit 'Em Up]]”}}
 
 
<!-- Deleted image removed: [[Image:Biggie and Tupac still.jpg|thumb|Early image of [[The Notorious B.I.G.|Wallace]] (left) and [[Tupac Shakur]].]] -->
 
After the release of [[Who Shot Ya?]], which Shakur interpreted as a diss song mocking his robbery/shooting,<ref>{{cite news | date = March 17, 2008 | accessdate = December 6, 2011 | publisher = The Boom Box | title = L.A. TIMES LINKS DIDDY TO 1994 SHOOTING OF TUPAC | url = http://www.theboombox.com/2008/03/17/la-times-links-diddy-to-1994-shooting-of-tupac/}}</ref> 2Pac appeared on numerous tracks aiming threatening and/or antagonistic slants at Biggie, Bad Boy as a label, and anyone affiliated with them from late 1995 to 1996.<ref>{{cite news | date = June 16, 2011 | accessdate = December 6, 2011 | publisher = [[The Root (magazine)|The Root]] | title = Man Says He Shot Tupac at Quad Studio | url = http://www.theroot.com/buzz/man-admits-shooting-tupac-quad-studio}}</ref><ref>{{cite news | date = January 13, 2009 | accessdate = December 6, 2011 | publisher = [[The Scotsman]] | title = Biggie Smalls was murdered 12 years ago. Now Jamal Woolard's portrayal of the rapper in Notorious is bringing pain among the plaudits, such is his uncanny likeness to him | url = http://www.scotsman.com/news/biggie_smalls_was_murdered_12_years_ago_now_jamal_woolard_s_portrayal_of_the_rapper_in_notorious_is_bringing_pain_among_the_plaudits_such_is_his_uncanny_likeness_to_him_1_753790}}</ref> During this time the media became heavily involved and dubbed the rivalry a coastal rap war, reporting on it continually.<ref>{{cite news | date = September 23, 2996 | accessdate = December 6, 2011 | publisher = [[Newsday]] | title = THE RAP WARS / EAST COAST VS. WEST COAST}}</ref><ref>{{cite news | date = September 16, 1996 | accessdate = December 6, 2011 | publisher = [[The Washington Post]] | title = Gangsta Life And Death; For Tupac Shakur, Violence Was Part of the Act}}</ref> This caused fans from both scenes to take sides.<ref name="Milwaukee Journal Sentinel"/> Although an official retaliation record was never released by the Brooklyn rapper in response, certain songs from B.I.G.'s catalog can be seen as an answer to Shakur's slurs, most notably "Long Kiss Goodnight" which [[Lil' Cease]] claimed was aimed at 2Pac in an [[XXL magazine]] interview.<ref>{{cite news | date = November 5, 2010 | accessdate = December 6, 2011 | publisher = [[XXL (magazine)|XXL]] | title = 8 Subliminal Diss Records That No One Claims | url = http://www.xxlmag.com/homepage-highlight/2010/11/8-subliminal-diss-records-that-no-one-claims/4/}}</ref>
 
   
 
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