Producer: The Bluez Brothers, Chucky Thompson, Sean "Puffy" Combs
Album: Ready To Die
Label: Bad Boy
Sure, Big played the part of the ultimate ladies man—but don't let the playa persona fool you. He cherished his bottom chicks. On “Me & My Bitch,” Poppa gave it up for the one he wanted to spend eternity with. But as the song makes clear, love doesn't come without a price.

There's a thin line between love and hate, and Big's main squeeze wasn't to be tested. Threatening to cut off his manhood—even toss his Polo's and Timbo's out the window—for adulterous activities, his lady ran a tight ship. But on the flip-side this down-ass chick shot dice and helped B.I. orchestrate his robberies.

Their ghetto love story came to a tragic end on the day she hit him with 911 on the pager (for all those around in the beeper era, 911 was a used-and-abused emergency code). Attempting revenge on Big (presumably for one of the heists?) goons ran up in his crib and murked his lady instead.