“Listen, it’s 27 years later and I’m sure he’d be happy that she’s happy,” Stevie said in a recent interview. “He’d be doing his thing. I just make sure that she’s good and we’re good.”
Though Stevie is the godfather of C.J. Wallace — the son Biggie fathered with Evans — Evans insists that Biggie would have no issue with the marriage, as the two were friends but not part of the same crew.
“If I started dating Lil Cease or Nino [Brown] or Banger or somebody, then I would look at myself like, ‘Bitch, what are you doing?’” she said during the same interview.
Some people seem to have ignored the 14-year marriage Evans had to Todd Russaw post-Biggie and pre-Stevie.
In addition to the child they had together, Stevie and Evans have a clan of 10 children. “That’s a lot,” Stevie joked.
Stevie first worked with Evans on her 1996 cut “I Just Can’t” from the High School High Original Soundtrack. He later remixed “Soon As I Get Home” from her debut album, Faith. He also produced some massive records on Biggie’s sophomore album, including “Last Days” and “Mo’ Money, Mo’ Problems.”