Betty Idol is a multi-talented personality best known for her appearance on the reality series Love And Hip Hop: Atlanta season five in 2016.
Besides her appearances in the reality series, she is also recognized as a recording artist and a songwriter. The actress is also notably known for singing the hook on Rick Ross' song "Thug City."
With massive success, the reality star has bumped into various series. As of 10 September 2019, the reality star has found herself cast as one of the members on the VH1 series, Cartel Crew.
The fact that she was in love cannot be denied. Well, the beautiful actress was not just in a serious relationship but was also engaged to her ex-boyfriend.
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Unfortunately, the romance between them came to an end as she was cheated by her then sweetheart; as a result, Betty called off her engagement with her partner.
Nevertheless, while she was mending her broken heart, she found her solace in another man's arm. But, the relationship also didn't last long; the recurring cast member of L&HH came to know that she was disliked by her boyfriend's mother.
Amongst the past relationships of Betty, she was also rumored to be dating Lil Scrappy, her co-star from the show Love And Hip Hop. However, the actress has not provided a profound statement regarding the rumor.
Short Bio, Age
Betty Idol was born on 16 June 1989 in Houston, Texas. Her real name is Salomé Jackson. Her birth sign is Gemini. She was raised along with four siblings.
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Talking about her early days, she endured a chaotic childhood, including being held at gunpoint, her home being raided by cops as her father was affiliated with the criminal organization, Cali Cartel.
Betty Idol And D. Smith
The reality star shares a very good bond with American singer D.Smith; the duo is best friends since the beginning.
Betty Idol with friend D.Smith during the introduction of the cast of Love And Hip Hop (Photo:celebnreality247.com)
Betty, as a good friend of D. Smith, supports the LGBT and transgender community; her best friend D. Smith belongs to the transgender community.