August 25, 2008 07:15:11 GMT
In her upcoming book "Keep the Faith," she opens up about her turbulent marriage with Biggie, his many affairs and also sets the record straight on her alleged affair with Tupac Shakur.
It's been 11 years since the death of her husband, the celebrated rapper Notorious B.I.G., that Faith Evans is coming out with a new autobiography. In her tome, titled "Keep the Faith", she recounts her marriage life with her late husband and more surprising she also talks about the many affairs he had plus all the women she caught sleeping with him.
Opening up about her turbulent marriage to Biggie, the hit maker confesses in her book that she once caught Lil' Kim in bed with him. "I got to Big's bedroom door, turned the knob, and went inside. As soon as I saw a small lump next to Big's large frame, I flew into a rage, ran over to the side of the bed, and pulled back the covers. I grabbed some chick out of the bed and started beating her a--. At some point, the chick's wig came off in my hand: It was a short, cropped wig. I stopped throwing punches for a minute to get a good look at the chick I was beating up. It was Lil' Kim. She was completely butt-naked, yelling as I pushed her around the room," so read part of the excerpt from her book.
At another time she even flew to Virginia, where Biggie was performing and caught him in bed with a groupie dressed as a schoolgirl. "I jumped on top of her and started beating her ass. I mashed her in the face and then kicked her," she said in the autobiography. In other dose of love affair, Evans also found a photograph and telephone number in Biggie's car, tracked the woman down and gave her "a brief but thorough beat down".
"I thought maybe kicking some ass would get the word out that chicks better think twice before messing with my husband," Evans went on saying about her actions against the women who had affairs with her late husband. Also detailing on her encounter with late rapper Tupac Shakur, with whom she once was romantically linked, Evans stated in her book that she never had affair with him despite the fact that he tried to get close with her.
"Keep the Faith", which as well will chronicle Evans' stint with Bad Boy Records, will be hitting shelves on Friday, August 29.
Evans and Biggie married in August 1994. They have one son together, named Christopher. Biggie was murdered in Los Angeles in 1997 at the age of 24.