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Biggie’s Daughter T’yanna Wallace Puts Up Brooklyn Home To Cover Boyfriends $1 Million Bond

BallerAlert logo BallerAlert 8/21/2022 ErinBoogie

T’yanna Wallace, daughter of hip hop legend The Notorious B.I.G., posted her boyfriend’s hefty $1 million bond on Wednesday after he was arrested for a hit-and-run.

Tyshawn Baldwin, 28, was stopped by police in Queens on Aug. 10 for allegedly parking his 2021 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat in a busy intersection with tinted windows, and a loud exhaust, according to Fox News. 

Baldwin initially complied with officers’ commands, but when they asked him to step out of the vehicle upon discovering his license was suspended. He took off, striking a mother pushing her toddler in a stroller and a food delivery man. All three were seriously injured. 

Baldwin was arrested six days after the incident after surrendering. He faces 17 counts of first-degree assault, reckless endangerment, endangering the welfare of a child, and more.

Judge Scott Dunn ordered Baldwin held on a $1 million bond, but Wallace was able to post his bond. Court records show that Wallace put her $1.5 million Brooklyn home up as collateral for the bond. 

Wallace, who shares a daughter with Baldwin, is the founder of Notoriouss, a clothing company inspired by her late father. Biggie, real name Christopher Wallace, was killed in a drive-by shooting in Los Angeles in 1997.

As for Baldwin, he is facing up to 25 years in prison if convicted. His attorney declined to comment to the outlet about his relationship with Wallace or the case. 

“I do want to remind everyone he’s presumed innocent, and there’s more to this story than the NYPD’s version,” said Ken Belkin. “My client is a good man who has never been in trouble before.” 

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