Faith Evans and Stevie J On Raising A Son With Autism

Faith Evans, the First Lady of Bad Boy Records, has been through various ups and downs in life which she’s channeled in her soulful music. Getting back in the studio after some time off, she knew she wanted the help of former producer Stevie J with recreating her new sound. What she didn’t expect to find (neither did we) is a love connection.

In a sneak peek for her appearance TV One’s Uncensored Evans tells the story of how she and Stevie J became an item. “When I was working on my King and I album, I wanted to work with some of the people that actually worked with [Notorious B.I.G] and had some of the masters that I couldn’t get a hold of…and he had a lot of them,” she explains.

After some flirt and pleas to take her out on a date, Faith finally obliged. The two briefly dated, but Faith says she ended things because Stevie initially wasn’t ready for a serious relationship. “She kicked me to the curb one time, and that’s what made me lace up my boots and do all the right things,” Stevie admits.

Eventually, they reconnected and got hitched. Evans says her friends and family had their doubts about her marriage to Stevie but came around once they saw how well he was helping raise her 12-year-old son Ryder, who is on the autism spectrum

We’ve had to deal with a whole lot [with Ryder],” Faith says in the clip. “We had to sue the school district. We had to homeschool him. We had to tour schools. We decided to start our own school. How [Stevie] came in and has always loved Ryder and has been so supportive in helping me make the right decisions with him, that’s A1.”

Faith Evans and Stevie J wed in 2018 and have been adjusting to their new blended family dynamic together. Evans has four children from previous relationships while Jordan has six. In July 2018, the couple revealed that they were working on having a child of their own.

Faith Evans’s Uncensored episode premieres Sunday, November 10 at 9 p.m. ET/8C on TV One. 

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