R&B singer Faith Evans gave fans more than they bargained for on Saturday night (24Sep16) when she flashed them during a concert.
The 43-year-old was in the middle of singing her hit song You Used To Love Me at TD Garden arena in Boston, Massachusetts as part of the Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour when she gave fans an eyeful.
Video footage shows Faith hitching up part of her white dress, which boasts a mid-thigh split, to dance to the number when she accidentally lifted it higher than she realised, and showed the crowd she wasn't wearing any underwear. However, once the video began trending on social media, it sparked debate about whether she was in fact wearing skin-coloured or sheer underwear or control garments.
"Poor Faith Evans, she flashed her coochie (slang for vagina) on the Jumbotron," one tweeter joked. “Wonder if Faith Evans was low key flashing us intentionally or just into the performance,” added another, while one user came to her defence, writing, "Faith Evans had on nude underwear, y'all. Stop reaching and let her live."
Faith didn't seem aware of or bothered by the incident when she posted a series of pictures from the show on Instagram. One caption read, "#Boston showed mad love, yeaux! #Faithfuls #BadBoyFamilyReunionTour (sic)" and another "Good times!"
The singer was joined other Bad Boy labelmates including Sean 'Diddy' Combs, Lil Kim, Mase, and French Montana for the 25-date reunion tour, which began in August (16) and ends in Inglewood, California on 4 October (16).
Meanwhile Faith is being sued by a Georgia businessman for pulling out of a concert in Atlanta because of her participation in the reunion tour. Jeremy Hill filed a lawsuit claiming he had booked the singer on 10 September (16) and she had signed a clause promising to not perform within 100 miles of Atlanta within six months of the date, but the Bad Boy tour was due to stop there two days before her solo show. She then backed out of his show.
He tried to block her appearance at the Bad Boy show and wanted at least $100,000 (£77,000) for the cancellation.