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Notorious B.I.G.’s Daughter Posts Boyfriend’s $1M Bond In Hit-And-Run Case

Notorious B.IG.’s daughter posted her boyfriend’s $1 million bond Wednesday after he was arrested in a hit-and-run that injured three people, including a mother and her toddler.

T'yanna Wallace, Daughter Of Notorious B.I.G., Posts Boyfriend's $1M Bond  In Hit-And-Run Injuring Mother & Toddler

T’yanna Wallace’s long-time beau, Tyshawn Baldwin, with whom she shares an infant daughter, allegedly fled cops on August 10 during a routine traffic stop in New York and slammed into a group of pedestrians. He was arrested six days later after surrendering.

Judge Scott Dunn ordered Baldwin, 28, held on a $1 million bond — but lucky for the defendant, his hip-hop heiress girlfriend bailed him out, according to court records obtained by Fox News.

The paperwork filed in Queens Criminal Court shows that Wallace put up her $1.5 million Brooklyn home to secure Baldwin’s bond.

Miss Wallace, 29, is one of Notorious B.I.G.’s two children. Also known as Biggie Smalls, he is considered by many to be the greatest rapper of all time.

Brooklyn-born Biggie Smalls, whose given name is Christopher Wallace, also has a son, C.J. Wallace.

Miss Wallace founded and runs a clothing company, Notorious, which sells merchandise featuring the visage of her late father, who was murdered in Los Angeles in 1997 in a drive-by shooting.

The tragic collision unfolded after police stopped Baldwin for allegedly parking his 2021 Durango SRT Hellcat in a busy intersection as well as for having a loud exhaust and dark tinted windows, court papers say.

He initially complied with officers’ instructions, providing his driver’s license and registration.

But when cops ran his papers, they saw that his license was suspended and ordered him to step out of his car.

Instead, Baldwin allegedly bolted and hit a mother pushing her 2-year-old daughter in a stroller and a food delivery man, the criminal complaint says. All three suffered serious injuries.

Baldwin was arraigned last week on 17 counts of first-degree assault, reckless endangerment, endangering the welfare of a child, and other charges. If convicted, he faces up to 25 years in prison.

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