Stevie J from LHHATL Says His Account Was Hacked after Cryptic Tweets about Women Being Unfaithful
After shocking fans with several tweets about unfaithful women, Stevie J has claimed his social media accounts were hacked. The record producer also got candid about the effects of the tweets on his family.
Stevie and his wife, Faith Evans, are the picture-perfect couple, so fans were shocked on Sunday when he appeared to go on a Twitter rant about how no woman is faithful.
In no time, however, the tweets had been deleted and Stevie, 48, returned to the platform with an explanation:
"My twitter & IG was hacked last night while I was on the plane. My wife is the love of my life & my best friend. Whoever hacked me, you not only hurt me but my entire family."
THE CRYPTIC TWEETS
Before the explosive tweets were deleted, The Shade Room got screenshots and shared them later in an Instagram post, adding that Stevie "had a few things to get off of his chest."
"Found of (sic) that NO woman is faithful. Knew that & it's a blessing to know," one tweet read. "Wanna show the world what being a stand up guy will get you," said another.
My twitter & IG was hacked last night while I was on the plane. My wife is the love of my life & my best friend. Whoever hacked me, you not only hurt me but my entire family.— Stevie J. (@hitmansteviej) December 22, 2019
STEVIE & FAITH GET HITCHED
"12 days of Xmas, I sent her 5k a day," Stevie allegedly added. "Trust no [expletive]." According to BET, the "Love & Hip Hop" star even got philosophical at some point saying: "Ones (sic) insecurities can damage them. Cherish what you love just know nothing will last forever."
Stevie and Faith, 46, got married in Vegas on July 17, 2018. According to Heavy.com, their marriage was a surprise to many, including Faith, who had accompanied him on a business meeting.
THE SURPRISE WEDDING
"After the meeting, we went back to the hotel, and I was like, 'I'm about to marry you right now,'" Stevie recalled in an L&HH interview. "She was like 'get the [expletive] out of here'… Then we got married."
While the couple's marriage shocked their family and friends, the two have known each other for years. They first met in the 1990s as members of Sean "Diddy" Combs' label Bad Boy Records.
Stevie was one of the in-house producers, while Faith made history as the record label's first female artist. Both have won Grammys for their works in the past and went on to collaborate on many successful projects.
Stevie and Faith's union also raised eyebrows at the time because the former knew her late ex-husband, Biggie. Stevie is even reportedly the godfather of Faith and Biggie's only son, CJ Wallace.
But both Stevie and Faith believe Biggie would not have had a problem with their relationship. The "Soon As I Get Home" singer even pointed out that she had been married and divorced after Biggie before getting together with Stevie.
Faith and Stevie have been showing off their love on social media ever since, and have even hinted at plans to start a family, so it's not surprising that Stevie's Twitter rant left folks wondering.
Hopefully, Stevie was genuinely hacked, and the family can get over this as soon as possible.