The romance between reality star and producer Stevie J and his wife Faith Evans took the Internet by surprise when the two jumped the broom earlier this year.
Stevie J isn’t necessarily lauded for his relationship past. The “Love & Hip Hop” star had publicly tumultuous relationships with his ex Mimi Faust and the “Puerto Rican Princess,” Joseline Hernandez, fathering children with both of the women.
But it appears Stevie has finally found a home in R&B legend Faith Evans, widow of the late great Biggie Smalls.
Fans judged the union, with one social media user telling Stevie back in September, “I just wanna know how u used to be sitting with biggie and she was married [to] him… anybody from the street [know] loyalty everything.”
Stevie responded politely telling the commentator to mind her own business. “I hear you though,” he said in response. “We are 20+ years afterwards and we are married & happy. Take your issue up with GOD.”
The pair have continually appeared on social media, red carpets, and public appearances looking happy, supportive and in love. It seems Stevie has even repaired his relationship with Mimi Faust.
The mega producer took to social media to share a picture, sandwiched by both his wife and baby mama.
“I’m so grateful for patience, wisdom & understanding. Surrounded by Queens and God I thank you. #DaJordans, he wrote.
It’s great to see they’ve built such a happy, loving blended family together. Here’s to coming a long way!
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