Expressing "inevitably" with "shibi"
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Adding 势必 (shìbì) to something that's happening (before a verb) expresses an inevitability and certainty that such a thing will happen. It gets across the same idea as "bound to happen" does in English.
Situation occurring (verb) + 势必 + verb/resultative situation