The son of slain rapper Infamous B.I.G., advised the third hour of TODAY Thursday (September 24) that his father would have been honored to share the “infamous” title with fellow Brooklynite, Supreme Courtroom justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

The pronouncement got here after Ginsburg died on Sept 18 at 87 years previous, after a battle with pancreatic most cancers. 

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“I believe he can be honored to share the ‘Infamous’ title together with her, and it is as much as us to honor their legacies by persevering with to combat for equality and justice for all by voting and moving into good bother,” the rapper’s son,  C.J. Wallace advised TODAY in an announcement.

Ginsburg was affectionately dubbed The Infamous RBG for utilizing her voice and energy to combat for ladies’s rights and gender equality as a Supreme Courtroom Justice. 

The Infamous B.I.G., The Infamous RBG, the parallels between the 2 outspoken public figures are straightforward to see. Each had been from Brooklyn: Biggie Smalls hailed from Bedford-Stuyvesant, whereas Ginsburg was from Sheepshead Bay.

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“Brooklyn, New York, represents no concern, confidence, and talking your reality, and my dad and Justice Ginsburg lived these phrases,” he advised the information outlet.

In 2017, Ginsburg herself even spoke in regards to the origins of her nickname, revealing that she favored the comparability. “I take into consideration how this Infamous RBG was created,” she stated. “Folks ask me, do not you’re feeling uncomfortable with a reputation just like the Infamous B.I.G.? Why ought to I really feel uncomfortable? We’ve got lots in frequent. And at first, we had been each born and bred in Brooklyn, New York.