A new report from the NY Daily News suggests that rapper Craig Mack may have been plotting to MURDER DIDDY - before he joined the South Carolina cult. Here's what the Daily News reported:
Craig Mack faced a fight-or-flight moment before leaving his family, rap career and demons behind in New York.
The artist behind the platinum 1994 hit “Flava In Ya Ear” was gunning to end someone’s life in 2011 but chose another path, he revealed in an interview filmed weeks before his death on March 12.
“I had a gun in my lap and I’m sitting there talking to God, saying like, ‘I don’t want to do this, but if it comes to getting ugly with somebody going to try to kill me, I’m going to have to do something first to prevent that,’” Mack said in footage shared with the Daily News.
Mack, whose memorial is Wednesday at the Faith Baptist Church in Hempstead, L.I., looked to a car radio for solace during his breakdown.
He flipped through AM stations looking for the hip hop channel he loved while contemplating whether or not to use the weapon. Instead, he found Ralph Gordon Stair — a self-proclaimed prophet — preaching on the airwaves.
I knew that it was God talking to me because of the way it made me feel emotionally,” Mack said. “I broke down crying all over the place in the car: ‘I’m sorry, I’m sorry, I’m sorry I was thinking about trying to do this to somebody.’”
It was really in my heart to kill him. I was going to do it,” Mack said.
The article doesn't specifically name WHO Mack was planning to kill, but many readers in the article (as exhibited by the comments on the article) believe that it was DIDDY. The article suggests that Craig was mad that Diddy chose to make The Notorious BIG - and not him - the star of the Bad Boy family.