Facts of Yandy Smith Biography
|Occupation||Film producer, Entrepreneur, Reality Star, Actress|
|Spouse||Mendeecees Harris (m. 2015)|
|Place of birth||Harlem, New York City, New York, United States|
Yandy Smith is an American actress, producer, entrepreneur, and reality television star. She rose to fame after her role in the VH1 reality TV series Love & Hip Hop: New York. Following her initial appearance on the 2nd season of the show in 2011, she continued to play a significant role in the following seasons as well as become one of the longest surviving casts on the show.
She is married to his long-time boyfriend, Mendeecees Harris, who is currently in prison, serving a 97-month sentence. Together with her husband, she shares two children, a son named Omere and a daughter, Skylar Smith. As of 2019, her net worth is $15 million. To know more in detail about her personal life with her bio, wiki, a profession as entrepreneur, producer, and earnings scroll down.
Yandy Smith's Net Worth in 2019?
Being an actress, reality TV star, producer, and entrepreneur, Yandy Smith has made tremendous net worth.
As an entrepreneur, she served at Violator Management, Warner Bros music, and Monami Entertainment, through which she added good fortune.
Furthermore, her accessories brand, Everything Girls Love, has now become a lifestyle brand for women and publishes the EGL Magazine featuring content on a variety of topics ranging from wellness, finance, fashion to love.
As of 2019, her net worth is approximately $15 million.
Yandy Smith Personal Life
Yandy Smith is married to fellow Love and Hip Hop star Mendeecees Smith. The couple gave birth to their first child in the summer of 2012. The couple currently has two children named Omere and Skylar.
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Mendeeces was dating other women before he met Yandy and he had one son from his previous relationship. Mendeecees was arrested immediately after the birth of Omere for drug trafficking and he was sentenced to 97 months in jail.
She has a height of 5’7’’ and has fair black skin. Smith is active in all social networking sites Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. To get more information on her professional work and personal life her official website can be referred.
Yandy Smith Early Life and Career
Born and grew up in Harlem, New York, Yandy Smith graduated from Howard University. Upon her graduation, she moved to California and started to work for Warner Bros music. Since then she has been climbing the ladder of success and has gained name and fame as a star entertainer.
She has also been involved in the music business and made her identity as an entrepreneur. She worked with numerous superstars such as 50 Cent, Busta Rhymes, and Missy Elliott during her tenure at Violator Management.
“It’s easy to find someone to be with when times are good, but find someone that will stay down when times are hard.”
Yandy Smith entered into the movie industry from an independent feature film, Life, Love, Soul. She has also been working as Producer for numerous visual project including her partnership with Noel Calloway Films for “Two Days in Harlem”, which was released in 2014. She made her Off-Broadway musical debut “For Vixens Who’ve Considered Homicide When the Video Was Too Much” as a co-producer. Recently she held the position of Executive Producer for VH1’s 1st live wedding special Love and Hip Hop Live: The Wedding.
Currently, Smith manages Everything Girls Love, a lifestyle brand that provides a community for women to trace informative content on different subjects.
Besides her career in the entertainment world, she helped Obama Care campaign, encouraging young voters to sign up and support the camp. She is also a founder of a mentoring program that targets girl of middle school and promotes literacy and emotional wellness called P.U.D. (Partner Uplifting our Daughters).
Smith has been organizing various events and has been appearing as a motivational speaker, empowering and uplifting women to balance career and family successfully. She has plans to bring a few reality and scripted programs for the small screen under the deal that she recently signed with VH1.