It’s been over a decade since the deaths of Tupac and Biggie Smalls. But there are still a plethora of questions that linger since their untimely passing. One of those issues that has never found resolution has been the supposed love triangle between Tupac, Biggie and Faith Evans. Miss Info has gotten her hands on the ex-wife of Christopher Wallace‘s upcoming autobiography titled Keep The Faith where the widowed singer reveals her relationship with both rappers during a beef that ended with two historic figures in Hip Hop being slain.

In recounting one incident with Biggie over Tupac, Faith admits to cheating on B.I.G. but it wouldn’t be with Tupac.

“I had to think of how I would reassure Big that nothing happened with ‘Pac,”Faith says in her book. “I hadn’t been completely innocent. While I was in Los Angeles, I’d had sex occasionally with Terry Dollars. And I’d even seen Roger, the NBA player, a few times when he was in town. So technically, I had cheated on Big. But not with Tupac.”

Faith does also document how her relationship was with Tupac as she cites an occasion where she went to pick up a check from ‘Pac for a guest appearance on a song. She explains in great detail the paranoia surrounding Tupac and how he felt that he was set up by Biggie and Diddy. Upon arriving at the studio, she recalls how ‘Pac treated her.

“’The situation with the money is like this,’ he said. ‘If I give it to you, then you my bitch.

‘Your what,” I said. I felt a chill go up my back.

‘You heard me. You gotta be my bitch’.

I got up and moved farther away from where he was standing.

‘I’m not anybody’s bitch,’ I said, trying to keep my voice steady.

‘You Biggie’s bitch.’”

From there, things went from bad to worse according to Faith.

“‘So you not trying to suck my dick?’

‘What!’ I screamed. ‘What are you talking about?’

Tupac raised his voice. ‘You know you want to suck my dick, bitch! Don’t fucking lie.’ I burst into tears and grabbed my purse. ‘I have to get outta here.’

Tupac kept going. He was making no sense, cursing and yelling. He said something about Big and the East Coast.

‘But…but…I…thought y’all were friends,’ I said. At this point, I could barely speak clearly because I was crying so hard.

‘Whatever. You know you wanna be my bitch’ he said, before going into the bedroom area and slamming the door.”

No date has been set on the release of the book but it clearly will be one that fills the many holes surrounding the Tupac and Biggie era.