LeeAnn Jemmott Wiki – LeeAnn Jemmott Bio
LeeAnn Jemmott is best known as the partner of Fred The Godson. Who died on April 22, 2020 of the pandemic coronavirus COVID 19. On April 10, Thomas’ partner, makeup artist LeeAnn Jemmott, told XXL Magazine that the rapper “was going to make it.” Jemmott went on to say that Thomas was being removed from the use of the fan. Thomas and Jemmott have two children together. Jemmott said to XXL:
On April 21, Jemmott reiterated her positivity in an Instagram post saying that “Fred is fighting ant he is going to win.” Two days prior to that, Jemmott wrote on Instagram, “Fred is fighting ya’ll keep him in your prayers… Pray specifically for lung and kidney recovery!!! He is strong ya’ll, he got this 🙏🏽❤️💪🏽.”
LeeAnn Jemmott Background
According to her biography, she says: My name is LeeAnn J. I am a freelance MUA professional. I am currently in the process of establishing my “A Beautiful Look” makeup company, which will include my “Beautiful” makeup line and a full-service makeup salon, as well as artist management. I have trained in the art of makeup at the Lia Schorr Institute in New York. I specialize in beauty, video and printing. My passion for makeup comes from the joy of creating beauty, either on the face or at the confidence level. My purpose of being at Model Mayhem is to network and work with other professionals in my field. I am always building and improving my portfolio, so collaborations are always welcome. I am available for paid homework as well as accredited spreadsheets / images. I aspire to be a world famous makeup artist and beauty consultant.
LeeAnn Jemmott Work & Career
LeeAnn Jemmott is a makeup artist and hairstylist in new york.
Fred Da Godson Death
Thomas’s death was confirmed by his friend DJ Self. The New York DJ wrote in an Instagram post on the afternoon of April 23: “He was loved by many, I never heard anything bad about you RIP @fredthegodsonmusic Sleep Well my brother 🙏🏾”. Rapper Lloyd Banks has also offered his condolences to Thomas’ loved ones on Twitter. The Bronx’s Kemba paid a heartfelt tribute to Thomas with a tweet saying: “RIP Fred The Godson man. F ***. When he was growing up in Hunts Point, he stopped as a superstar. Everyone thought he was the best. He tried to be as good as him. He and my older brother friends. I was the little friend. This hurts.
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