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It has been 16 years since the untimely death of the Notorious B.I.G., but Big Poppa’s influence on Hip-Hop and Pop culture is still profound. The last example is that the late Brooklyn rapper’s children will be starring in an animated series.

On Monday, March 11, Ossian Media announced that it will be producing House Of Wallace, which will feature the “Unbelievable” rapper’s 16-year-old son C.J. Wallace and 19-year-old daughter  T’yanna Wallace, reports the Associated Press. Biggie Smalls himself will appear in the cartoon as a “spirit” that guides his children through “the adversities they face” when try to keep a Brooklyn studio out of a corporate company’s reach.

Despite the announcement, House Of Wallace does not have a network home, yet. Representative of Ossian Media assert that they are currently in talks with a few networks about picking up the series.

C.J. Wallace, the son of R&B crooner Faith Evans, is a budding actor, last seen starring opposite Will Ferrell in a movie called Everything Must Go. T’yanna Wallace is currently a student at Penn State University and recently had her the letters “B.I.G.” tattooed inside her lower lip.

Will you tune in to House Of Wallace if it gets picked up by a network? Let us know in the comments.

Photo: MTV

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