Notorious B.I.G.’s Mom Voletta Wallace Says She Wants to ‘Slap the Daylights Out of Sean Combs’

Voletta is speaking up in reaction to an article in Rolling Stone that discusses the alleged history of abusive behavior by Sean 'Diddy' Combs.

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The Notorious B.I.G‘s mother, Voletta Wallace expressed a desire to “slap the daylights out of” Diddy.

In an interview, with Rolling Stone Wallace shared her disappointment over the allegations against the Bad Boy Records founder. She also mentioned her prayers for Cassie. Acknowledged watching the released surveillance video of Diddy’s altercation at a Los Angeles hotel in 2016.

“I hope that I see Sean one day and the only thing I want to do is slap the daylights out of him. And you can quote me on that,” Wallace told the publication. “Because I liked him. I didn’t want to believe all the awful things, but I’m so ashamed and embarrassed.”

Shortly after the release of the mentioned video Diddy took to Instagram and said he took “full responsibility for my actions in that video.”

A researched article by Cheyenne Roundtree and Nancy Dillon for Rolling Stone, which spanned six months in the making has been making headlines this week. Simultaneously CNN reported on individuals preparing to present their claims before a grand jury soon.

The Rolling Stone article dives into Biggie’s association with Bad Boy. It explores speculations suggesting his dissatisfaction, with Diddy and Bad Boy with photographer Monique Bunn asserting that Biggie was likely considering parting ways with the label.

Biggie’s debut album, Ready to Die was released in 1994 by Bad Boy Records. Following his passing Life After Death was released by the record label. The latter album features the track “Mo Money Mo Problems,” which also includes an appearance, by Mase, an artist affiliated with Bad Boy. During a podcast episode with Cam’ron, Mase who released three albums under Bad Boy Records hinted at having some criticisms of Diddy that he plans to address in a documentary.

At the age of 24 Biggie tragically lost his life in a drive, by shooting in Los Angeles in 1997. After his death Diddy and Faith Evans paid tribute to him through the release of “I’ll Be Missing You ” a song that featured 112. This heartfelt track sampled from The Police. Reached the top of the Hot 100 chart earning a Grammy award.