Father: His name is Selwyn Latore. The man earned his living as a welder. He left his wife and son when Wallace was very small.
Mother: The woman is named Voletta Wallace. She sued to work as a teacher. Voletta could hardly make her ends meet working two jobs to raise her child after Latore abandoned them.
Siblings: He had no brothers and sisters.
Husbands and kids: He was married to Faith Evans. The rapper left behind two children named T’yanna and Christopher Jr.
Sexual orientation: straight.
He dated Lil’ Kim, Jan Jackson, and Charlie Baltimore.
By the death, the rapper’s net worth had been estimated at unbelievable$160 million.
Place of living: He lived in New York City.
Cars: He drove the BMW SUV. In this car, he was fatally shot.
Why did he alter his previous stage nickname to Notorious B.I.G.?
Biggie Small is a character from a movie. After the performer of the role named Calvin Lockhart sued, the rapper had no other way out but change the nickname. The man chose Notorious B.I.G.
What was his final track?
The last track the legendary rapper worked on at the studio was “Victory” from Puff’s first album “No Way Out.” It was recorded a day before he got murdered.
Did he have legal problems?
Before he became a rapper started out as a drug dealer. During his life, he was taken into custody seven times charged with robbery, carrying firearms, and dealing with drugs. The longest period he spent behind the bars was nine months.
What was his first nickname in the rap industry?
His initial stage name was M.C. Quest. With it, he began climbing the musical ranks.