Bloody Mary
Bloody Mary.jpg

Birth name

Rajni Faulks


21 July 1975
Steubenville, Ohio, United States


Compton, California, United States


21 November 2006 (aged 31)
Compton, California, United States


Hip hop



Years active



Dangerous Records/Pump Records/Warlock Records (1993-1994)

Associated acts

Bloods & Crips, DJ King Assassin, Tweedy Bird Loc

Rajni Faulks (21 July 1970 - 21 November 2006), better known by her stage names Bloody Mary and Nini X, was an American rapper. Born in Ohio, she moved to Compton, California, where she became affiliated with the Avenue Piru Gang and had strong ties with the East Side Fruit Town Piru Gang. Faulks was best known for being a member of the Bloods & Crips musical project and was the only female member of the group. She appeared on the single and music video for "Piru Love", and was brought to wider attention.

In 1994, due to her success as a member of the Bloods & Crips, she released her first and only solo studio album, She's Dangerous. Following financial issues with her record label, Dangerous Records, she left both the label and the Bloods & Crips group.

In 1996, she teamed up with close friend DJ King Assassin and featured on his album, Hitworks, Volume One, after appearing on his partly-produced compilation Strictly for the Streets: A Compilation About Game the previous year. In 2003, Dangerous Records released a Bloody Mary compilation album, Day of Resurrection, which features her Bloods & Crips appearances and songs from her album in addition to unreleased songs.

On 18 November 2006, Faulks was riding her motorcycle in Compton when she was hit by a truck driven by a man trying to flee from the police. As a result, she was placed into a braindead state and her life support was subsequently pulled three days later.

Discography[edit | edit source]

Studio albums[edit | edit source]

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.