Besides smoking joints, the ‘I’ll Be Missing You’ singer says in an interview that the three of them, along with Notorious B.I.G., also drank wine and played a game where they would dance and curse at each other.
Faith Evans used to “smoke joints” with Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown.
The “I’ll Be Missing You” hitmaker and her late husband, rapper The Notorious B.I.G., used to live in the same housing complex as the tragic singer and her then-husband, and she reveals they used to party together.
“Whitney and Bobby (Brown) used to live in the same country club as me and my ex-husband and one day they came to our house,” Evans told the New York Post’s Page Six. “We were drinking wine, smoking joints, and they had this thing where they (would) dance and curse at each other.”
“(Houston) looked at me and said, ‘Faith we got to do a reality show,’ and I said, ‘Girl y’all just did the first episode right here’,” she added.
After Evans’ husband was murdered in 1997, Faith and the late “I Will Always Love You” hitmaker became closer.
“We started really hanging out when Biggie passed away,” she added. “One of the first places she invited me was Donatella Versace’s house in ’97 … I was like, ‘Girl I don’t have no outfit.’ So she brought me one… It was a dinner party… and men with no shirts (were) serving platters.”