Felicia Pearson, a well-known American rapper, actor, and novelist are openly gay. She has accepted her sexuality with strength, which is admirable given that most individuals find it difficult to accept their sexuality. And now, we’d want to take you back in time and tell you about how she came to be a lesbian, as well as her relationship with her partner.
Pearson, Felicia Coming Out as a Gay Woman
When asked how she feels about being a lesbian, Felicia responded that what she does in her bedroom, behind closed doors, is her business. Furthermore, she said that her uncle assisted her with her sexuality by embracing her as a gay child when she was 12 years old and bringing his lesbian buddy to Pearson.
So, now that we know she is proud of her sexual orientation, the next thing we’ll do is see if she has a girlfriend. She does, in fact, have a girlfriend, and her name is J. Adrienne. In “Real Chance of Love,” J.Adrienne portrayed “So Hood.” Although they do not divulge when they began dating, the two have a deep love for one another and were also cast members of Love and Hip Hop.
However, they had some troubles on the show, and many people assumed it was the end of their love. They did, however, emerge unhurt and are still together, as seen by Pearson’s social media accounts.
It’s good to know they’re still together and have a lot of affection for one another.
And for those wondering if she is married or not, the answer is likely to be “NO,” as she has yet to share any important information regarding her marital status.
Pearson’s Biography and Net Worth:
Felicia Pearson, who was born on May 18, 1980, in Baltimore, Maryland, is a well-known rapper and author. She is also an actor, best known for her part in “The Wire.” When it came to her parents, her mother was a crack addict and her father was an armed robber. Her parents’ influence also drove her to deal with narcotics. She was convicted of second-degree murder when she was 14 years old after shooting a girl called Okia Toomer. As a result, she was sentenced to two eight-year terms to be served concurrently. After 6 and a half years, she was liberated.
But it is all in the past; she is now a well-known artist who has achieved success in her career. As a result, she has amassed a staggering net worth of $50,000.