Til this day, the mystery and conspiracy theories surrounding the premature death’s of Tupac and Biggie in the late 1990’s are still a touchy subject.
Faith Evans, who played a major part during that era as Biggie’s wife, recently rehashed some things to Nancy Redd during her sit down on Huff Post Live.
The focal point of her visit was to promote her new project, Faith 20 which dropped on Christmas as a celebratory album of her impressive twenty years in the industry and the recreation of her very first album. The interview went into an depth conversation on the growth of her talent/voice from then to now, how the industry has evolved and her thoughts on music today.
Nancy switched gears to more of a personal note turning Biggie’s death. Faith expressed strong feelings on the matter inciting that both she and Biggie’s mom know what happened and that the LAPD knows how did it. “We know he was murdered, but we believe that the LAPD knows who’s responsible. That’s what we believe.”
Although it’s up in the air if the case will ever be reopened she is simply glad that his loved ones can uplift his legacy saying, “All we can do is hope that that happens. But we’re just happy that we’re here to preserve his legacy and [make sure] his kids are happy and they’re living great lives.”
Faith remains very positive about the impact Biggie left in his short time here and is ecstatic to finally bring The King & I this year sometime, a duet album of her and Biggie to life in efforts to benefit “his whole estate.”
Check out the entire video below and be sure go download the remake of Faith classics that is, Faith 20.