"Biggie came through!" Henry told ET. "So that was a whole thing he referred to -- a project that was a secret that she was working on that was dedicated to him -- you'll have to watch the episode, but it got insane. She handed me his coat that he used to wear and I had it draped over me. So it was a really intense experience and I think you guys will really like it."
"It's like Biggie came through as, like, a former lover, no different than any former lover would," he continued. "But he came through very strongly and acknowledging that he wanted her to know that they were soulmates and how much he loved her. And he acknowledged their relationship and how it kind of...how their last interaction was. He discussed some of the dynamics behind that and gave her a lot of closure and healing because, she didn't obviously, because of the nature of his passing."
Biggie Smalls was killed in a drive-by shooting on March 9, 1997. Henry explained that Lil' Kim was "surprisingly emotional" during their session, adding, "It was a lot to take in."
"I think sometimes people expect people to burst into tears," Henry expressed. "But, I think sometimes emotion, as I've seen, shock, can have a lot of different manifestations. Sometimes it's tears and sometimes it's just complete stoicism. I think she was definitely overwhelmed and she just wanted to know he was at peace and that he was aware of what she was doing to honor his legacy."
As far as what the "Hypnotize" rapper's feelings were about his death, Henry communicated that "there really, actually, was not a whole lot that came through."
"He was much more focused on some of the dynamics and some of the things he didn't get to say to her that he needed to get off his chest," he shared. "When it came to his actual passing, there was not that much in that department. It's always interesting to see what they prioritize in bringing through. You would think sometimes people would come through and bring up their death as the first thing and sometimes those are the people who don't."
Ultimately, Henry believes that Lil' Kim and Biggie got closure. "I really feel like she needed to hear these messages and really get that validation," he expressed. "I think she knew her relationship with Biggie, but to get it validated, and to really have that -- have more elaborated on about some of these experiences they had together, really helped her, kind of, revisit that relationship and move forward as she continues new ones."