Openly lesbian, Felicia Pearson, who once was sentenced to second-degree murder, now has bewitched the zest of the audiences through her role as Snoop on the award-winning HBO drama series The Wire.
Born to criminal parents, Felicia grew up into an atrocious scene that dreadfully constrained her to engaged in illegal activities. Fortunately, her years of imprisonment proffered her a lesson in life.
Felicia's Tragic On & Off Relationship; Dating Anyone Now?
The Wire's actress, Felicia is openly a lesbian.
In an interview with djvlad, she spoke about her experience after coming out as a lesbian. When Felicia was asked about how she came up with her sexuality as a lesbian, she told that her uncle helped her to get adust of sexuality. When she was 12 years old, his uncle brought his lesbian friend, an 18-year-old woman, which eventually helped her to accept her sexuality.
Talking about her personal life, Felicia was in a gay relationship with a Love & Hip Hop: New York's co-star, Judith "J" Adrienne. The two were in on and off a relationship. While in a show, they were facing issues in their relationship. By the end of November 2016, the pair were still together to each other despite their misunderstanding in their relationship. She and her girlfriend even capture a photograph with their cast member Kimbella and Juelz Santana, celebrating Thanksgiving Day.
Unfortunately, in December 2016, Felicia told that she wanted a break up with her lady. Judith was thinking to clear things that were going wrong with her and Felicia. But, she surprised her with a breakup instead.
The couple is not dating now though they had thought of settling and starting a family.
Felicia Pearson and her girlfriend, Bernice, having a passionate hug on 17 September 2018 (Photo: Instagram)
Currently, the 38-year-old actress is currently dating Instagram model Bernice Burgos, whom he met at the club a couple of weekends in September 2018.
How Much Is Felicia's Net Worth?
Felicia has mustered the net worth of $50 Thousand from her career as a TV actress. She gathered the wealth from TV series The Wire. She also has been accumulating the revenue from her role in VH1's Love & Hip Hop: New York since 2011. The American actress also received the payroll from her appearance in ChiRaq, and Da Sweet Blood of Jesus.
Early in 2002, Felicia was offered for a role as Snoop in The Wire after Michael K. Williams introduced her to writers and producer of the series. The TV series was the first premiere in June 2002 and lasted for six years until 2008.
Though she had a successful career, Felicia's past wasn't as smooth as it is now. She as brought up in a rough situation while living in the foster home. She was involved in a drug dealing and became a drug dealer. At the age of 14, she was sentenced to second-degree murder for eight-year terms after shooting a girl, Okia Toomer. Later, she was released from the prison serving 6 and a half years of imprisonment.
Felicia Pearson's Wiki, Height, Parents
Born on 18 May 1980 in Baltimore, MD, Felicia Pearson is a daughter of the two imprisoned drug addicts parents. He began raising with an East Baltimore foster home. Grace After Midnight, which was written in the memoir of Felicia, revealed that her mother was a cocaine addict whereas her father was an armed robber.