Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Biggie Smalls' Son Calls Music Career Inevitable


Rapper Biggie Smalls' son with Faith Evans, Christoper Jordan Wallace, is prepping for his music career...

Chris tells the Evening Standard,
"At a young age I always knew I wanted to do music, it was inevitable." 
"My family have always had my back, whatever I've wanted to do they've supported. They were always giving me advice on what to do and how to go about things."

Christopher is also honing his acting chops having already starred in three films.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Don't do it. You will never step out of your father's shadow. Ask Michael Jordan son...find another lane youngsta.

Anonymous said...

"Inevitable" because no one around him has the good sense to steer him away from the career that killed his father?

"Inevitable" because his mother allegedly has skewed values and has ALWAYS wanted fame more than dignity?

"Inevitable" because people around him see an opportunity to make money off of him while he's none the wiser?

"Inevitable" because Puff knows that this kid can be a bigger money maker than his father IF her lives long enough?

What's "Inevitable" is that this will not end well. Go back to school young man, become an accountant or doctor. Avoid the fast life and live longer.

Anonymous said...

ALL celeb kids are the same. Just mediocre versions of their parents. Stay in cool boy.

Anonymous said...

Go on a voyage. Find your true passion. Carve your own lane. Stay AWAY from music/entertainment. Please!

Anonymous said...

He has a better chance at becoming a doctor, lawyer or some other professional. I will never understand why these celeb kids chase these pipe dreams when they have all the resources to actually do better financially then *most* rappers by going the professional route. Just a mess.

Gee Gee said...

He better read up on Bobby Kristina!

Gee Gee said...

He better read up on Bobby Kristina! She thought she was going to be famous like Whitney but we saw the devastating ending results.

Anonymous said...

You said it all 5:16. Even Frank Sinatra Jr. never did as well as his father. Children of entertainers who become Entertainment lawyers, accountants, doctors, actuaries always do very well. Either way, I wish the young man success and protection.

Anonymous said...

if he could rap bad boy would have signed him years ago

Anonymous said...

Let's just hope that Puffy ain't putting the battery in his back, because...

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