Faith Evans and Lil Kim may be hitting the road together soon, as part of a joint headlining tour.
Over the weekend, the two leading ladies of hip-hop and R&B shared the exciting news while celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Notorious B.I.G.’s Ready to Die album during the unveiling of a mural in Brooklyn, New York.
“We about to tour together y’all,” Evans said in fan-captured footage, before a packed crowd honoring the enduring legacy of BIG. “We’re going to do a first ladies tour.”
Kim, however, appeared to be just as surprised as those in attendance by the announcement. No dates have yet been revealed for the trek.
While Evans and the Queen Bee have infamously feuded, the Grammy-winning artists put their long-standing differences aside back in 2016 ahead of the Bad Boy Reunion Tour. Later that same year, the "Soon As I Get Home" singer presented Kim with a prestigious award during the VH1 Hip-Hop Honors ceremony.
In addition, Faith and Kim joined forces for the 2017 collaboration titled “Lovin You for Life,” which appears on Evans’ B.I.G. tribute album, The King & I.
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