Faith Evans compares Biggie’s case to Trayvon Martin’s

    Faith EvansOne senseless murder is as tragic as the next, but widow Faith Evans pointed out a significant difference in the case of her slain husband Biggie Smalls and that of Trayvon Martin.

    Both murders rocked a community for different reasons, and both left behind family members who loved them and hoped for justice. However, while Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin still struggle with the “not guilty” verdict that set free the man who killed their unarmed son, Faith is still wondering who shot Biggie.

    “Unlike my situation—with us still trying to find the person that killed our loved one—they know who did it and even though he’s not brought to justice, I’m sure that’s a different feeling than not really knowing or not having that person right there on the stand,” she told

    The Notorious B.I.G. was shot dead in California in 1997. His death was assumed to have been a tragic result of an East Coast vs. West Coast rap war. Though allegations were made against members of the West Coast Death Row record label, no arrest was ever made in the case.

    Though she’s not found justice, Faith hopes the Martin family will find theirs.

    “I do still continually pray for his family. It’s a tragic situation,” she said. “I hope that they do find the justice that they’re looking for.”

    Watch Faith below.

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