Joe Smith's Wife Kisha Chavis Biography, Age, Net Worth, Children, Wedding

Kisha Chavis
After her relationship with Joe Smith, Kisha Chavis has gotten a lot of media coverage. She is now well-known as the second wife of retired NBA player Smith. Joe, her husband, was a power forward with 12 different teams over the course of his 16-year career.

Biography of Kisha Chavis

Kisha Chavis, the celebrity wife, was born and raised in the United States. However, she has left out information about her parents, siblings, and schooling. Kisha is of black descent and is of American nationality.

The Wedding of Kisha Chavis and Joe Smith

In the year 2018, Kisha met the love of her life. Despite being in several scandalous relationships and poor financial circumstances, she has been holding her beau's hand. Chavis and Joe have been destined for a long time.

In season 10 of the Atlanta TV show, she said yes to her man and wedding gown. On the season 10 premiere, Kisha "Kiss" Chavis arrives with three of her colleagues. According to sources, Kisha and her husband Joe Smith exchanged wedding vows on the show. Their wedding took place on St. Croix's beach.

She considers herself to be in her forties and believes she knows just what she wants in a wedding gown: "sexy, beachy, lacy, mermaid, cleavage." Currently, the couple is in a happy relationship.

Past Relationship & Children of Kisha's Husband Smith

Joe Smith, Kisha's husband, was married to Yolanda Smith. They had two children as a result of their relationship. Alana, the adopted daughter of the former couple. They have kept their children's identities hidden.

They dated for a few years before tying the knot, according to reports. In addition, the specifics of their marriage were kept hidden. Yolanda filed for divorce in 2011, shocking the whole country. His extramarital affair with a woman named Deanna Marie was the reason for their divorce.

However, they ended their marriage on a sour note, with Joe having to pay $10,339 in child support per month. It was later reduced to $968 a month due to his weak financial situation.

Joe Smith's Temporary Relationship

Joe's marriage to Yolanda Smith came to an end in 2011. After that, he began dating Moniece Slaughter, a Love & Hip Hop Hollywood actress. In reality, the couple began dating in mid-2011. But, just a few months later, in March of 2012, they called it quits.

Smith said that Moniece took a lot of money from him by writing 9 checks from his checkbook to Timothy Clayton Carr, which was quite scandalous. According to Smith's claims, Moniece took away $109,000 from him.

In 2018, he was also in a relationship with an unknown woman. He and his new wife, Kisha, were also featured in a show about former baseball player Alex Rodriguez trying to get his finances back on track.

Husband of Kisha Chavis's Net Worth

According to sources, she has made a lot of money from her career and entertainment careers. Kisha has not yet calculated his true net worth or salary. As a result, she is enjoying a life of luxury. Joe Smith, on the other husband, made around $61 million throughout his NBA career.

He also scored properties in almost every city he played in, houses that sat vacant for the rest of his career. However, selling the properties he had previously purchased is not always easy. Smith had amassed a large fortune, but he began to lose his property at an alarming rate.

Smith is $157,000 in debt, and according to 2018 tax reports, he and his wifey, Chavis, make a combined $26,000 per year. Private basketball coaching is his current source of revenue.

A Career 

According to recent sources, Kisha Chavis is a model and entertainment producer. Aside from that, there is no information about his professional career. Joe Smith, on the other husband, is a former professional basketball player from the United States who was born on July 26, 1975. Over the course of his 16-year NBA career, he played power forward for 12 different teams.

He was named College Player of the Year at Maryland in 1995. He was selected to the All-Rookie team in 1995 and 1996. In 1998, he was traded to the Philadelphia 76ers, after which he played for the Minnesota Timberwolves until 2003 (with a mid-season stopover with the Detroit Pistons).

He later played for the Milwaukee Bucks, the Denver Nuggets, the Philadelphia 76ers, the Chicago Bulls, the Oklahoma City Thunder, the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Atlanta Hawks, the New Jersey Nets, and the Los Angeles Lakers, among others.