Jondelle Michelle Lee is famously known as the wife of J-Boog, originally known as Jarell Damonte Houston. She lived with J-Boog and his three children back in 2010.
Biography of Jondelle Michelle Lee
Jondelle Michelle Lee was born in the United States of America. She holds an American nationality and belongs to mixed ethical background.
What’s Jondelle Michelle Lee Husband Net Worth?
Jondelle might have earned a decent amount of sum through her career. There is no information about her profession so it’s hard to evaluate how much she earns in her daily life. So there is no information about her net worth and salary. On the other hand, her husband’s net worth is more than $1.9 Million. However, his incomes and salary are under review. He has also won the Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album, Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album. We have no doubts that he is spending a very luxurious life with his family.
Jondelle Michelle Lee’s Personal Life with Her Husband
Jondelle is a married woman, he married Jarell Damonté Houston Sr. Lee had a blissful dating affair. But there is no further information about their first met and dating history. Also, the married date is unknown at the moment.
The married couple together had three children, one daughter, and two sons; Anaia Jolie Houston, Jarell Damonte Houston Jr and Tru Crater Houston. According to sources, J got engaged to his girlfriend Lee turning her into his wife. However, despite having a family together, the former B2K singer Jarell Damonté Houston Sr. was arrested for domestic violence in Los Angeles on January 4, 2010. Cops cuffed him at his home for ‘corporal punishment on a spouse,’ and outstanding warrants on a supposed bad driving record.
Despite the charges, it was hard to believe that the silent -Boog would enrage his fiance like that. Moreover, he eventually got released from jail and wanted to clear his name. Then he declared the statement, stating that he wanted to reach out to his fans right away to clear up the allegation circulating on the web. As per his statement, Boog was taken into custody just because of the outstanding traffic violence. There he took care of the situation very well, and no charges were filed against him. After his release, no information about the engaged couples taking their relationship further getting married circulated. Therefore, his married life is mysterious along with his relationship with Lee.
However, his veiled married life ignited the assumption among his followers about him belonging to the gay community, but since his dating affair with Lee and parenting their children is a known fact, concluding on his sexuality is fatuous unless Boog himself comes out as gay.
Her Husband Career
Jondelle Michelle Lee might be involved in some sort of profession for her living but she has not provided any information about her professional career. However, she came to the media spotlight after marrying her husband, Jarell Damonté Houston Sr. known as J-Boog who is an American R&B singer, rapper, and actor.
He was a member of the R&B group B2K. Let’s know about her ex-husband’s career. Houston is born in California and is interested in singing and dancing since the age of 8. He was first influenced by his sister, who sang and played the piano. When his sister got a book of Bob Marley’s classic songs, he began singing along, and when he was at the age of nine. After that, he along with his sister performed a cover of “One Moment in Time”- by Whitney Houston at a family reunion. Raised on an eclectic musical diet of classic reggae, West Coast hip-hop, vintage R&B, and a dash of hard rock, J eventually gravitated to the laid-back attitude. Later he began writing and recording his own tunes during the downtime from his job at an oil refinery. In 2005, he traveled to Hawaii, where he met one of his favorite singers, George Beikoso; J gave him a copy of one of his mixtapes, and George thought he showed promise. George helped produce his 2007 debut album, Hear Me Roar, which cracked the Top Ten of the American reggae charts.
After that, he absorbed reggae’s history during a visit to Jamaica. Then he released a self-titled EP in June 2011, with his second full-length album, Backyard Boogie, appearing three months later.
Featuring the singles “Let Me Know,” “Let’s Do It Again,” and “Sunshine Girl,” Backyard Boogie was a major success for him, rising to the top of the ‘U.S. reggae album charts’ in 2011. Then he claimed the top spot again in 2012 and 2013. In March 2016, he made a guest appearance on releases by Gappy Ranks, Morgan Heritage, and Raging Fyah, Boog released the Rose Petals EP. The release was a warm-up for his third full-length album, Wash House Ting, which was released in November 2016.