The Notorious B.I.G. Hologram In New York Has Left Twitter Divided
I never quite know what to think about realistic holograms of deceased icons. They can certainly be impressive (like this recently revealed Notorious B.I.G. hologram in Brooklyn) but in general leave me (fairly) certain I’d prefer to see a statue instead. Get the scoop from hnhh.
Videos of the rapper’s vision began surfacing on social media earlier this weekend, revealing that the life-size hologram is on display in the Life After Death artist’s hometown of Brooklyn, New York.
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