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Stevie J and Faith Evans suppose the late, nice Notorious B.I.G. could be all good with their marriage. Debatable, however they lately made their argument.
Stevie J and Faith Evans obtained married in Las Vegas in July. Which in addition to loads of “Say whats?” when the information broke, result in questions of, “What would Biggie suppose?”
Reports Page Six:
“Listen, it’s 27 years later and I’m positive he’d be completely happy that she’s completely happy,” Stevie J stated when requested by “Raq Rants” host Raquel Harper ( TMZ) how the late rap legend would really feel about his widow marrying his good friend.
Stevie J, who produced various tracks for the legendary Brooklyn rapper, and Evans, with whom he had a toddler, married earlier this yr. The producer can be the godfather of Evans’ son with Biggie, C.J. Wallace.
The “Love & Hip Hop” star continued, “He’d be doing his factor. I simply ensure that she’s good and we’re good. Long as me and her are good, and the children are good — between us we now have 10 kids, in order that’s loads.”
Evans chimed in, saying Big and Stevie had been in numerous crews anyway.
Evans, 45, stated her late husband wouldn’t have minded as a result of whereas he and Stevie J, 45, had been buddies, they weren’t a part of the identical crew.
“If I began courting Lil Cease or Nino [Brown] or Banger or anyone, then I’d have a look at myself like, ‘Bitch, what are you doing?’” she stated.
She additionally identified she had remarried after Biggie was killed in a drive-by capturing on the age of 24.
“And I had a complete ‘nother 14-year marriage between this marriage and Big,” she stated, a degree that appeared to visibly annoy Stevie J.
They might not have been in the identical crew, however being Biggie’s son’s godfather means they had been extra than simply associates, proper? Just saying.
But hey, love conquers all.