Tamica Lee is an unscripted television show star and a writer. She was the TV stay and the co-host of News ABC WGNO-26. Lee rose to distinction when she entered the Bravo unscripted TV drama ‘Sothern Charms New Orleans’.
Moreover, she runs an Instagram page under the name @tamica which has over 189K supporters on the web.
|Birthday||November 22, 1978|
|Profession||Reality Star, Journalist|
|Parents||Bivan Lee Jr.|
|Net Worth||$18 Million|
|Children||Hunter and Rani Smith|
|Education||University of Louisiana|
Tamica Lee is an unscripted television show star and a previous writer.
She was born on November 22, 1978, in South Orleans, USA.
Starting at 2020, she is 41 years of age, and her introduction to the world sign is Sagittarius.
As to instructive foundation, she went to secondary school at Ursuline Academy and moved on from the University of Louisiana with a degree in Communications and DAnce.
The data on her initial life is as yet absent. Nonetheless, her dad Bivan Lee Jr. used to play as a cornerback for the Saints.
Tamica and her companion Hannah were among the ‘Supporters of’ the Saints.
Lee is in a conjugal relationship with Barry Smith. They have two wonderful kids; child Hunter and little girl Rani.
Tamica likewise runs an Instagram page under the name @tamica which has over 189K supporters.
Lee stands tall at an extensive tallness, in any case, the subtleties on her body estimations are as yet under the wraps.
As per different media sources, her present total assets in the market is $18 Million.
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I’ve never shied away from speaking out. Anyone who knows me can attest to that. This is likely because activism & social justice is in my DNA. I come from a family of doctors, lawyers, leaders and trailblazers across all walks of life, and it’s that very DNA which has always inspired me to make my voice heard, to be in the room, to take my seat at the table and to continue to step up and light the way. It’s that same drive that compelled my brother and I to fight for the lives of young black men and women. We deserve it and I will always fight for it. I don’t want to echo or parrot the thoughts that so many have already shared. But I do want to make it clear that I will use my platform, my voice and the position of leadership that I’ve been granted to make my statement very clear: inequality happens every day and none of us are equal until we all are equal. It’s my hope that after all the words are said, and the social media content is posted, that the real work starts. I’m here and ready to pull up my sleeves and do my part. I hope you all stay tuned for what that entails and join me in activating this movement. Words aren’t enough. It’s time for some action. #blacklivesmatter