Until very recently, Faith Evans and her husband, Stevie J, were the epitome of the perfect marriage, but it appears that the couple has been having some hard times lately.
The first rumors that Stevie J and Evans are not getting along appeared after the former producer for Bad Boy Records shared some controversial messages on his Twitter page on Sunday that got fans wondering if the two celebrities are going to separate in the near future.
The first tweet left out the impression that Evans may have cheated on her husband, as Stevie J wrote that no woman was faithful.
The post was quickly followed with a second one saying: “Wanna show the world what a stand-up guy being will get you.”
The 48-year-old artist elaborated further with his text messages, in which he reportedly referred to his wife and complained that he gave her 5 thousand dollars on a daily basis 12 days prior to Christmas Eve.
The producer finished his series of messages with a last one, stating it was best not to trust any woman. He wrote: “Found of that NO woman is faithful.”
Another tweet stated: “Knew that & it’s a blessing to know. Wanna show the world what being a stand up guy will get you. 12 days of Xmas I sent her 5k a day. Trust no b*tch.”
For the time being, Evans has kept silent, and so far, she has not commented on her husband’s posts.
Stevie J cleared up the air by saying this later on: “My twitter & I.G. was hacked last night while I was on the plane. My wife is the love of my life & my best friend. Whoever hacked me, you not only hurt me but my entire family.”
Stevie J and Evans married unexpectedly in 2018 after being friends for more than twenty years. Before tying the knot with Stevie, Evans was married two times — first to the late rapper, Notorious B.I.G., and later to Todd Russaw.
Stevie J, on the other hand, previously dated Eve and Alex Martin. He is also the father of six children from 5 different women, including a daughter he shares with the reality TV star, Joseline Hernandez.
Do you think Stevie is telling the truth about the hacking?