News: Faith Evans Dashes From Paparazzi's 2Pac/B.I.G. Sex Tape Debate [Video]
Thursday, Dec 22, 2011 9:08AM
Late rapper Notorious B.I.G.'s ex-wife/singer Faith Evans recently dashed from paparazzi this week after getting approached in an airport and getting asked, hypothetically, if her departed husband could sell more sex tapes than Tupac Shakur.
Admitting she was aware of Pac's recently discovered sex tape, Faith refused to answer the paps' question.
Singer Faith Evans is in the middle of Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac again ... tackling a not-so-far-fetched hypothetical question -- which rap legend would make the best sex tape? Choose wisely, Faith. TMZ: "You know Tupac had a sex tape out, they're saying right now." Faith Evans: "I heard about that." TMZ: "I'm just curious. Who do you think would sell more if Biggie had one out?" Faith Evans: "[laughs] No comment!" (TMZ)
During the heat of B.I.G. and Pac's mid-1990's beef, the West Coast rapper claimed to have slept with Evans on the diss track, "Hit 'Em Up."
"First off: f*ck your b*tch and the clique you claim/Westside when we ride, come equipped with game/You claim to be a player but I f*cked your wife/We bust on Bad Boys, n*ggas f*ck for Life/Plus Puffy trying to see me, weak hearts I rip/Biggie Smalls and Junior MAFIA some mark-a** b*tches" ("Hit 'Em Up")
A few days ago, Pac's secret sex tape was reportedly sold to a private buyer.
Someone has finally shelled out the dough to own a piece of hip-hop history. TMZ has learned that a homemade sex tape featuring rap legend Tupac Shakur has been sold, after months on the market. TMZ reports that a private collector purchased the tape for an undisclosed amount of money. But don't hold your breath on the footage being released to the public as the Tupac Estate plans to sue. (XXL Mag)
Following the sex tape hype, the late rapper's ex-manager Leila Steinberg confirmed Pac's habit of recording private moments.
"He taped a lot. He taped intimate moments that maybe were for himself that he never thought would [go] public," Steinberg said. "I'm sure that he documented and recorded way more than anyone will ever know. So that's why we'll continue to see things that pop up. ... His number one priority over sex tapes, over personal gratification, more than anything else, was to bring light and attention to really transitioning the state of economics in this country. And that he'd be a vessel and a vehicle to change things and to see balance on the planet." (Hip Hop News 24/7)
Check out Faith Evans speaking with TMZ below: