Big Paybacc (Rapper)
Big Paybacc (born Habeeb Ameer Zekajj) is an American rapper from the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles, California. In 2010, he signed to Baymaac Records, a music label established by Spider Loc, a known Los Angeles gangster/rapper with ties to the 97 East Coast Crips. Big Paymacc grew up on the East Side in the North Hollywood (No Ho), section of the San Fernando Valley, where he joined the Whitsett Avenue Gangster Crips.
In 2010, Big Paybacc with the release of his debut mixtape/album. Big Paybacc has collaborated with a number of artists such as 40 Glocc, Spider Loc, G Malone (7th Street Watts Crips), P-Smurf (Denver Lane Bloods), Lil Sodi (Eight Tray Gangster Crips, and Boskoe1 (Queen Street Bloods). In the same year, he released his debut video called “Valley Nigga” which created a buzz around the internet.
In 2011 he released a video titled “Gangsta Luv“ which is a tribute to all gangs under the Gangster Crips (Trays 3x) card. The video also feature members from notable gangs such as: Eight Tray Gangster Crips, 5-deuce Hoover Crips, School Yard Crips, Shotgun Crips, Avalon Gangster Crips, Mad Ass Gangster Crips, Grave Yard Crips, Altadena Blocc Crips, and the Duroc Crips.
Gangster Crips 3X
Big Paybacc, have dedicated a large portion of his music career, to broadening the arisen of Gangster Crips also known as Trays 3x or Movin Gangs. Due to a lack, of popularty of Gangster Crips in the music industry, as apose to gangs under Neighborhood Crips (Deuce 2x) and Bloods/Piru gangs. He also contribute two music videos promoting the Gangster Crips card, “I’m Frum Gangstaz” and “Gangsta Love” both videos received over 100,000 views each on youtube.
Feud with Lil Wayne, started in 2008, after Lil Wayne made a comment on “Dey Know” (remix), a song by rapper Shawty Loc. Big Paybacc and his camp, perceived the comment made by Lil Wayne as a subliminal insult aimed crips. As result, Big Paybacc and Spider Loc as well as 40 Glocc and Village Boo of Imperial Village Crips and a large number of Crips, camped outside of a video shoot, to confront Lil Wayne.
The incident was captured on video footage, which was later uploaded to Youtube and other social networks. In the video clip, members of the crips are seen taunting and pounding on the windows of two sport utility vehicle (SUVs). Supposedly, transporting Lil Wayne, Birdman along with Slim of Cash Money Records. Big Paybacc later confirmed that Lil Wayne wasn’t in the Suv’s, a lie masterminded by rapper 40 Glocc who is affiliated with the Colton City Crips.
Feud with 40 Glocc, Big Paybacc and 40 Glocc got into a heated confutation due to comments being made on twitter, which led to Big Paybacc calling into a radio station interrupting 40 Glocc interview. Big Paybacc confronted 40 Glocc on air and accused him of being a fraud and a liar. Big Paybacc also teamed up with Compton Menace and released a diss track both rappers took shots at 40 Glocc.
Feud with Boskoe 100, Paybacc and Boskoe1 relationship turned sour, when Boskoe1 made a disrespectful comment towards Crips, by referring to them as “Crabs.” Which is a derogatory term commonly used by bloods to crips. Big Paybacc made a diss track titled “Boskoe1 That Bitch I Don’t Like”. However, Bose never responded with a diss track of his own.
The Death Of Big Paybacc
On November 6, 2014, Big Paybacc was fatally shot while eating lunch at a McDonald’s restaurant. Homicide detectives believe the Big Paybacc was the intended target, based on evidence at the crime scene. Lieutenant John Corina of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department told reporters:
“There was no altercation. This guy just walked in through one door, shot him and left out another door”. So it looked like something personal. He had something against this individual. It wasn’t like he shot up the McDonald’s. He just shot him and left.”
The shooting took place around 12:30 PM in the afternoon, at a McDonald’s restaurant in the 37200 block of 47th Street East, located in Palmdale, California. Big Paybacc was 38-years-old at the time of his death, he is survived by his family and three children.
- 2012: History Of Violence
- 2010; North Hollywood Shootout