Tupac Curved Faith Evans After Smashing Says Mac Mall

Appearing on No Vultures podcast, Mac Mall shares an untold story about Tupac running into Faith Evans after he smashed.

During their infamous beef, Tupac released one of hip hop’s greatest diss records of all time. Kicking off the song, Tupac claimed to have slept with Biggie‘s wife, Faith Evans. Years later and many have chimed in, sharing their own recollection of seeing Tupac and Faith Evans together.

Mac Mall is no different. According to the Bay Area rapper, he saw all he needed to know that Tupac indeed had something going on with Evans.

Mac Mall No Vultures Podcast talks Tupac and Faith Evans
Mac Mall (No Vultures Podcast)

“You know how they say ‘Pac messed with Faith,” Mac Mall said, getting ready to tell a never before told story, “I know how it is when you see a female you messed with that you don’t want to be by. We saw her one time, and he was like, ‘Um, no come on’. And I saw her face looking at him.”

For Mac Mall this was a clear sign that Tupac did indeed smash Faith Evans. Yes Tupac said he did on the classic diss record ‘Hit ‘Em Up,’ but there has never been concrete proof.

Former head of security for Death Row recordsReggie Wright Jr., appearing on Cam Capone News also shared what he witnessed when it came to Tupac and Faith Evans.

“They were sitting in a little, we call it a red room. It’s like a little private room, no bigger than a bathroom. They had a little couch in there. That’s where brothers went to either womp on somebody or mainly to go and hook up with a chick. And He was sitting in that room. For some reason I was going into that room. Or checking around, doing studio checks and all. And they were in there and he was pushing at that time, her head down towards his (private part). That’s all I saw,” Reggie Wright Jr. said during the interview.

Mac Mall, who calls Tupac the greatest rapper of all time, had the honor of having Shakur director his music video back in 1994 for ‘Ghetto Theme.’ Since then the two had a mutual bond up until Tupac’s passing. Even after ‘Pac’s passing, Mac Mall continued to have a close relationship with Afeni Shakur. (View: Mac Mall On Afeni Co-Signing Him To Live In 2Pac’s Loft)


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