This week, Faith Evans hit up the Wendy Williams show and dished on her bambinos (the similarities between CJ and Biggie), bringing Biggie’s killer to justice and her most recent encounter with Lil Kim. Peep some excerpts below.
On what their son CJ knows about his father:
“I don’t have to tell him much at all. I think between him spending time with Ms. Wallace, Cease (Lil Cease) D-Rock and doing the movie–he has had such a great history lesson on his dad. The funny little things that he does that he would have never seen him do like flick his toes together or the way he used his one finger to rub his nose when his sinuses are bothering him, a lot of stuff that his dad used to do that he does.”
On finding the person responsible for Biggie’s murder:
We haven’t laid that to rest.We still very much want to see the person responsible brought to justice. That means more to us than anything. We’ve never entered into a lawsuit for any financial gain. We’ve paid millions of dollars just in lawyers fees over the years. When they’re gonna step up and and say hey we’re gonna solve this thing, then we’ll pick it back up. But there’s no point in paying lawyers fees if then LAPD isn’t really cooperating.”
On if she is has made up with Lil Kim:
“I’m not tripping. I’ve made peace with first of all God a long time ago, especially since we lost him all of that certainly went out the window. I would even say before he passed away I removed myself from any ill feelings towards her for that.”
On the last time she saw Lil Kim:
“We were at Puff’s white party in LA and I ran up to her and got her attention and said congratulations on everything god bless you and she looked at me and said, “Who is that?” I think she knows where I was coming from and she knows I’m in a different place.
Watch the clip below.
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Sounds like Faith has definitely moved on. And in other news, her hit reality show ‘R& B Divas’ co-starring Nicci Gilbert-Daniels, Syleena Johnson, Monifah Carter and Keke Wyatt was renewed for a second season today by TV One and will resume production in Atlanta later this month.