Tashera Simmons Biography
This is what you need to know about Tashera Simmons, an American reality TV star known for her appearance on the TLC series Starter Wives Confidential. She is also known to be the ex-wife of Earl Simmons better known by his rapping stage name DMX.
Tashera Simmons Age
Simmons was born on April 10, 1971, in Yonkers, NY. She celebrates her birthday on April 10 every year. Her Birth Sign is Aries.
Tashera Simmons Body Measurements
Simmons stands at a moderate height, however, She has also not disclosed her exact height and other body measurements like weight, shoe size, and bra size.
Tashera Simmons Family
Her Panamanian-born mother and Brooklyn-born father moved her and her siblings to a New York City suburb Yonkers, NY. In 1985, Tashera and her siblings were abandoned due to her parents’ struggles with stress and drugs, leaving Tashera to become the maternal figure. She has seven siblings.
Tashera Simmons Husband
Simmons began dating her childhood friend Earl Simmons (Def Jam recording artist DMX) at the age of 18. The two got married in 1998. The two have four children together. Since 2011, she and her former husband DMX appeared on the VH1 reality series Couples Therapy. In April 2014, she published the book You Think You Know
Tashera Simmons ex – Husband Sickness
On April 2, 2021, her ex was rushed to a hospital in White Plains, where he was reported to be in critical condition following a heart attack. Many artists have come out to console such as Ja Rule, Chance the Rapper, Missy Elliott, and Rick Ross.
Tashera Simmons Children
She is a mother to her kids; Xavier Simmons, Tocoma Simmons, Shawn Simmons, Praise Mary Ella Simmons
Tashera Simmons Net Worth
Simmones has an estimated Net Worth of $ 1 million – $ 5 million dollars. Her career as a star is her primary source of income.
Tashera Simmons Career
She is currently in the process of filming a reality show titled “Starter Wives” as well as starting the non-profit foundation “Women of Strength.” Women of Strength is a foundation that dedicates its time and resources for women and children whose lives have been affected by drug abuse, abandonment, and other social conflicts.