Who Is Bun B's Wife? Angela 'Queenie' Walls Confronts Racist White Woman Who Called Her The N-Word — Watch

Who Is Bun B's Wife? Angela 'Queenie' Walls Confronts Racist White Woman Who Called Her The N-Word — Watch
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As a member of the legendary hip hop collective UGK, the rapper Bun B is used to getting his fair share of headlines. Together with his "partner in rhyme" Pimp C, Bun B helped define the modern Southern hip hop sound, and is best known for his breakthrough 2010 work, Trill OG, which is one of the few albums in hip hop history to receive a coveted "five mics" rating (or, a perfect rating) from the venerable Source Magazine.  

But thanks to a recent, inopportune trip to a local fast-food joint, Bun B's wife is now making headlines of her own. 

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So, who is Bun B's wife? Let's look at what we know about Angela "Queenie" Walls and the recent incident that happened. 

1. Who is Bun B's wife? He's been married to Angela "Queenie" Walls since 2003. 

In 2003, Bun B married Angela Walls, better known as "Queenie" to his fanbase. She has two children, and one grandchild, from a previous relationship. Bun B has frequently spoken about his love for his wife, and said that being married to her is "bliss."

2. In 2019, she was very badly shaken when she and Bun B were the victims of a home invasion. 

In April 2019, Bun B and Walls were the victims of a home invasion, which resulted in Bun B shooting the intruder. The shooter, who was later identified as DeMonte Jackson, fled the scene on foot. Jackson ultimately was arrested when he made his way to the hospital for treatment for his gunshot wound. So while the intruder ultimately faced justice for his crime, Walls said that she was very badly shaken up by the incident. 

"At the moment it was unreal, because we had just made it home within 20 minutes,” she said.

3. Bun B paid tribute to his wife in an Instagram post. 

Two months ago, Bun B took to his Instagram to pay tribute to Walls — who has long gone by "Queenie" — and said that she was "everything a wife should be." You can check out his tribute to her below. 

4. During a recent live-stream, a racist white woman called Walls the "n-word" and threatened to shoot her in a fast-food parking lot. 

In the live-stream incident, which you can see in the video above (warning: contains graphic language), Bun B said that while he and his wife were called the "N-word" while waiting in a Whataburger parking lot. He also said that the woman threatened to shoot Walls in the Whataburger parking lot, as well. 

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5. Bun B called the cops and detailed the incident. 

As the live-stream incident continued, Bun B can be seen calling the cops and detailing the incident. “So the [drive-thru] line extended out into the street; she pulled up and was blowing [her horn] at us to move,” he said. “We told her to wait, we’re not moving yet. She told my wife she was gonna threaten to shoot my wife, then she got out the car and called my wife ‘a stupid n-word.’ I have everything on video.”

6. Bun B and his wife then met up with the white woman, again, when they spotted her car in a nearby drugstore's parking lot.

After filing the incident that happened at the Whataburger, Bun B and Walls then made their way to a nearby Walgreens. It was there that they spotted the woman's car again resulting in Walls facing off against the woman again. “You don’t remember me? I’m still that n-word?” she asked. “Am I still that n-word? I’m not? You sure? Because we can take it outside right now.”

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Bernadette Giacomazzo is an editor, writer, publicist, and photographer whose work has appeared in Teen Vogue, People, Us Weekly, The Source, XXL, HipHopDX, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Post, BET.com, and more.