C.J. Wallace, the only son of late rapper Notorious B.I.G., recently shared a picture on his Instagram Story showing off his stylish look in a green hoodie and gray combat joggers.
C.J., who is now 24, his father's age was when he was killed on March 9, 1997, continues to excel in his endeavors and regularly posts on his Instagram page.
American rapper Notorious B.I.G. at the 1995 Billboard Music Awards on December 6, 1996. | Photo: Getty Images
In a recent post on his Instagram Story, the 24-year-old shared a mirror selfie that showed him wearing a green hoodie. C.J., who spotted an afro haircut in the snap, paired his top with gray combat joggers.
He also carried a black bag in one hand and held his phone with the other. He completed his stylish look with green sneakers, matching his top.
C.J. is the product of his famous father's relationship with singer Faith Evans. He also has an older half-sister, T'yanna Dream Wallace, who was three years old when B.I.G. died.
C.J. ventured into music again and released his first music project titled "Ready to Dance."
C.J. Wallace poses in a mirror selfie wearing a green hoodie. | Photo: Instagram/Cjordanwallace
C.J. and T'yanna have leveraged their father's iconic and celebrated music career to carve their own successful paths in life and are now business owners.
T'yanna, who B.I.G. shared with his ex-girlfriend, Jan Jackson, owns a clothing line called Notoriouss, dedicated to her father. On the other hand, C.J. owns a cannabis company called Think BIG, which he launched in March 2019.
Think BIG spawned a separate lifestyle brand named Frank White after B.I.G.'s alter ego. Frank White consists of apparel, health and wellness products, accessories, music, and other content types, including the late B.I.G.'s mementos.
C.J. started as a musician before venturing into acting. He is known for portraying a young version of his father in the 2009 biopic "Notorious."
Last year, C.J. ventured into music again and released his first music project titled "Ready to Dance." However, the project was not entirely of his own making but a house/dance mix that interpreted B.I.G.'s hits using samples from covers.