Who Should Pay For The Biggie Mural To Stay Up In Brooklyn? | The Beef & Broccoli Show

For more than two years now, the corner of Bedford Ave and Quincy Street in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn has been the spot attracting hip-hop fans from all over the world. The reason? A two-story mural boasting the face of Notorious B.I.G.

Created by New York-based street artists Naoufal “Rocko” Alaoui and Scott “Zimer” Zimmerman, the King of NY mural has since become one of the staple art tributes to the legendary rapper, who grew up only a couple of blocks away on St. James Place.

Now, however, the candid installation faces demolition as the owner of the building reportedly wants to tear it down.