Music and Bad Boy superstar Faith Evans has made a decision to stop throwing money at investigations into her late husband’s murder, because she’s convinced LAPD bosses already knows the truth.
Evans spoke to Steve Harvey and explains that she has spent the past 20 years seeking justice for the man or men behind Notorious BIG’s death, which remains an open case full of speculation and hearsay, but admits she’s wasted enough money trying to find the killer.
Notorious B.I.G. died in March, 1997 after taking four bullets to the chest in a drive-by shooting in Los Angeles. His killer, described as an African-American male dressed in a blue suit and bow tie, has never been identified.
Meanwhile, during her candid chat with Harvey, Evans also talked about the duet she has recorded with her late husband’s mistress Lil’ Kim on her new album The King & I, which features reworked versions of Biggie’s songs. Faith insists that there’s no bad blood between herself and her former love rival, “Kim is definitely one of my favorite artists… It’s well documented we both loved the same man, so I think it’s OK to express the same feeling… I told her to talk about her feelings.”