Hours before he was gunned down, hip-hop pioneer Jam Master Jay showed up at his Queens studio with a .45-caliber handgun stuffed in his jeans, afraid he was about to die, a longtime pal of the rapper has told the New York Daily News. “That was the first time I ever saw Jay with a gun,” Ronald (Tinard) Washington said. “He was scared. He didn’t say it, but I know Jay. He was scared.”
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