Notorious B.I.G.'s daughter flaunts her tummy in white top & tracksuit bottoms in recent photo
T’yanna Wallace is no stranger to flashing some skin. Last month, she celebrated turning 25 with a risqué photo shoot, so there’s no surprise with one of her recent photos.
The first child of the late rapper, Notorious B.I.G- or Biggie as he’s famously called- posed in a white crop top paired with black tracksuit bottoms and a “Notoriouss” waist pouch. She finished off her casual ensemble with Moschino slides and retro shades.
T’yanna’s crop top put her toned midsection on display, but there’s nothing new there. Fans may recall T’yanna’s racy Instagram photos posted in celebration of her August 10 birthday. The Penn State alumnus wore sheer pink lingerie that left nothing to the imagination.
Surrounded by pink balloons and a stuffed bear, T’yanna puffed on a long joint. She’s always had a bold streak. At the age of 20, T’yanna launched her clothing brand, “Notoriouss,” a tribute to her late father.
She told iHeart Radio:
“I went to Penn. State. My major was business. And then around my sophomore year, I was like, ‘I really want to start a clothing line, and I really want to do something dedicated and kind of inspired by my dad. So, that's how the name Notoriouss came about, and that's how I kind of started doing my clothing line straight from college.”
T’yanna opened her first clothing store in December 2017. She immortalized her father not just with the clothing pieces which she says she designs herself, but also in the décor of the Brooklyn boutique. The location itself is a nod to Notorious B.I.G, real name Christopher Wallace, who grew up in New York.
T’yanna’s mother, Jan Jackson, also grew up in New York, in the same neighborhood as Christopher. Jackson once opened up about being sidelined by Biggie. She explained:
“Around the time my daughter was conceived, Chris got his record deal. We weren’t getting along, and I moved back in with my mother. …We finally broke up when my daughter was eight months old. He got married [to Faith Evans] three months later … I was shocked when he got married. …I really thought I was going along for the ride.”
Biggie would later die in March 1997, when T’yanna was just three. “I'm proud of him for leaving the legacy for himself at such a young age,” T’yanna said. “He was only 24. So, for it to be 20 years later since he passed away and to almost still be a household name is really amazing.”