Rachel Wattley Wiki – Rachel Wattley Bio
Rachel Wattley Jade is the girlfriend of American rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine and known as Jade. Jade is an American model, stripper, and social media personality from Los Angeles. She becomes famous for dating American rapper 6ix9ine or Tekashi69 whose real name is Daniel Hernández. The model is also famous on Instagram and known by the username ohsoyoujade, she has more than 713,000 followers.
3. She says she escaped gang life when she was fired from her job at a grocery store, and her manager said she should become a stripper. She did, and she credits that with saving her from what could’ve been a more tumultuous life, stating that it allowed her to go back to school
— Tracy Beanz (@tracybeanz) January 21, 2019
Rachel Wattley Age
She is 23 years old.
Rachel Wattley Life & Career
She was born and raised in New York. Her real name is Sarah Wattley. Jade has a sister name, Rachel Wattley, also known by her stage name Baddie G (also a model. She and her sister have their own company, The B3AUTY BOX (the company makes 100% human hair extensions). Social media has a daughter named Jayla with her previous relationship, her daughter may be born in 2015. Rapper Tekashi69 was also in relationship with his ex-girlfriend Sara Molina, from whom he has a daughter.
Rachel Wattley Husband
Rachel Wattley (Jade) has a 4-year-old daughter named Jae’la. She posts photos and tributes to her regularly on her Instagram page and dresses her up in designer clothes. She Jade not disclosed who the father of Jae’la is.
Tekashi 69 $35,000 Rolex Gift
Just before going to federal prison, Takashi bought a last gift for Jade, a 41mm Rolex Detest Just, custom-made with 18k white and rose gold and 24-carat VS diamonds. The Rolex was created by famous jeweler Jimmy Boi and Takashi took it to Jade while celebrating her birthday with friends and family in the kitchen at Geo Lane.
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