Some people achieve popularity as a result of their abilities and involvement in a variety of occupations, while others do so as a result of their close friendship with a well-known celebrity.
The same is true for Zachariah Darring, who gained notoriety after being married to his well-known wife, R&B artist Keke Wyatt.
Zachariah Darring’s Marital Life, Baby
Keke Wyatt, the singer of “Nothing In This World,” is Zachariah Darring’s wife. On October 17, 2018, in Indianapolis, the couple exchanged wedding vows in front of a few close friends and family members.
On October 15, 2019, over a year after their wedding, Keke made her pregnancy announcement. The couple also welcomed a boy named Ke’Riah Darring on January 6, 2020.
Looking back on their relationship, the couple’s first public sighting was in October 2018. However, Keke’s Instagram post from November 8th, 2018, made it clear that they had known one another since they were young and had even been romantically involved.
Wife’s Past Relationships
In 2000, Keke Wyatt married Rahmat Morton, her road manager, for the first time at the age of 18. Keyver, Rahjah’Ke, and Ke’Tarah Victoria are the three children Keke had with Rahmat.
However, because of domestic abuse, her relationship with Rehmat came to an end in divorce in 2009. Keke had just become pregnant with her fourth child with Rahmat at the time of her divorce. Unfortunately, she experienced a stillbirth and lost the baby.
Following that, she married Michael Ford in 2010. Four children—Makayla, Wyatt, Ke’Yoshi Bella, and Kendall Miguel—were born to them collectively. She also used to look after Ke’Mar Von, Michael’s child from a previous marriage.
Sadly, in 2017, her marriage to Michael also ended in divorce.
Keke Wyatt’s Details
Keke Wyatt was born Ke’Tara Shavon Wyatt on March 10, 1982, in Indianapolis, Indiana. Her parents are singer Lorna Wyatt and church organist Keever Wyatt II. She also has two brothers named Kendall Wyatt and Keever Wyatt III.
Keke, who comes from a musical family, developed an early interest in music. She had already performed in front of an audience when she was five years old.
Later, she pursued the same desire and put in a lot of effort to establish a career in the music business. Her big break came when she joined up with another R&B singer, Avant, to create the platinum-certified album My Thoughts.
She achieved Certified Gold status in 2001 after releasing her self-titled debut album. She has since published a large number of songs and albums. She has furthermore made appearances in a number of TV shows, including Soul Train (2001–2005), R&B Divas: Atlanta (2012–2014), The Soup (2013), and Saints & Sinners (2017-18).