The L.A. Black Business Expo & Trade Show
& Black Entertainment Magazine will honor late rapper Mausberg with a "Fallen
Mausberg was gunned down in July 2000, after
he finished recording his debut CD "Non Fiction" with D.J. Quik. "He
was to me what Biggie was to Puff, he had such a powerful persona. He helped
me focus," Quik told AllHipHop.com. "I never met a person with so
much energy, I aint never met a person like him. I wish I could have been there
that night. For the ni**as that think they did something for killing him they
failed, cause he is going to live forever."
The three day Expo will also induct West Coast
pioneers Eazy E, Mellow Man Ace into the Hip Hop Hall of Fame and Edutainment
Centers at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Ruthless Records’ recording artists
Bone Thugs -N- Harmony will perform at the event, and Ruthless alumni executive
Jerry Heller will make an address.
The Expo runs from September 6-8th, drawing almost