New York rapper Nas‘ daughter Destiny Jones has love for the 90’s. The hip-hop veteran’s mini-me went online this week to show her appreciation for the late Notorious B.I.G. and Lil’ Kim.
Destiny Jones Salutes Lil’ Kim and B.I.G.
Heading into Wednesday, Destiny went to Instagram with a set of new bedroom selfies. But instead of just letting her Black girl magic shine, Jones shared a few bars off Biggie and Kim’s unforgettable “Crush On You” classic.
““It’s cool, not tryin to put a rush on you. I had to let you know that I got a crush on you” 🌚” -Destiny Jones’ Instagram
The classic “Crush On You” anthem changed the rap game back in 1996.
A few days ago, Miss Jones went to her Instagram page with some must-like content. She shared a pic of herself wearing a shirt featuring late rap icons Notorious B.I.G. and 2Pac and also referenced Biggie Smalls’ “Party and Bullsh*t” classic.
““I was a terror since the public school era.”☄️” -Destiny Jones’ Instagram
This past Sunday Saw also showed love to West Coast rapper Saweetie with a modeling clip and reference to one of her songs.
““Pretty Face, No Waist, First Place” -saweetie 👗Outfit: @prettylittlething #prettylittlething” -Destiny Jones’ Instagram
Wait, There’s More
New York rapper Fat Joe recently shared some insane pics of late rap icon Notorious B.I.G. in the recording studio with Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Lil’ Kim and Bad Boy Records CEO Diddy. Joe also credited himself for making the moment go down.
“Here’s a Hip Hop FACT @fatjoe made this monumental moment go down Bone n Biggie Biggie Bone n Biggie Biggie @weworking” -Fat Joe’s Instagram
“This pic pretty much sums it up just another Hip Hop FACT”
Before You Go
Recently, rap star Drake made headlines after spending $300,000 each on a couple of iced-out 2Pac chains by Los Angeles jeweler Jason of Beverly Hills. The epic pieces took over a month to fully complete and deliver to Drake.
Each pendant comes with a diamond chain with a total of approximately 70 carats of flawless white and yellow diamonds, plus … over a HALF KILO of gold in total. Total price for each piece was $300k!!! We’re told Jason and his crew spent about 5 weeks completing the Pac-Jesus pieces. Drake initially came to Jason with an idea about what he wanted … and they worked together to come up with the final tribute. (TMZ)
“Thank you @champagnepapi for trusting us with this project. 🙏🏼🙏🏼Unbelievable honor to help pay homage to the legend Tupac Shakur.” -Jason of Beverly Hills’ Instagram