Faith Evans and Stevie J. are actually married.
Yesterday, TMZ reported that the duo applied for a marriage license in Clark County, Las Vegas, on Tuesday. At first, it was not clear if they tied the knot, but they had one year to do that before the license expired.
Shortly after, the media house confirmed that, indeed, got married same day they applied for the license. And that came hours after the couple took to Twitter on Tuesday to declare love for each other.
“I love you Faith Renee Jordan,” he said. To which Faith replied, “I love you back Steven Aaron Jordan.”
I love you back Steven Aaron Jordan
— Faith Evans (@faithevans) July 18, 2018
Billboard reports that this is Stevie J’s first marriage.
The reality star is known for work as one of the Bad Boy Records in-house production team in the 1990s. He reportedly produced Faith Evans’ late husband, The Notorious B.I.G.’s Life After Death Album. He later joined the VH1 reality series Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta, where he was got romantically linked to Puerto Rican rapper Joseline Hernandez, with whom he shares a daughter. He has six children.
Faith Evans remains an icon in the R&B world. She
Rose to the spotlight with her 1995 debut LP Faith, and later got married to The Notorious B.I.G. from 1994 until his murder in 1997. She remarried late to record exec Todd Russaw from 1998-2011. She has four children.
Congratulations to them.