Cleopatra Bernard Wiki Bio

Jamaican-American celebrity family member Cleopatra Bernard was born in Jamaica under the zodiac sign Aquarius on 15 February 1980. She’s perhaps known best for being the mother of murdered American rapper and singer-songwriter XXXTentacion.

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Education and early life

Cleopatra was raised in the US by her mother Collette Jones and father whose name remains unrevealed; the family moved to the US from Jamaica not long after Cleopatra was born, in search of a better life.

She studied at a local high school in the US, and was into a couple of activities while there as she practiced creative writing, took dance lessons, and appeared in a couple of school plays. Cleopatra matriculated in 1998, and it’s widely believed that she hasn’t attended college as she hasn’t spoken about her further education.

Cleopatra’s career

Cleopatra hasn’t shared many details about her career with the public but it’s widely known that she’s today running her own management agency.

Love life and relationships

Cleopatra rarely speaks about her love life in public, but it’s widely known that she was still a teenager when she married Dwayne Ricardo Onfroy, a non-celebrity American man.

She gave birth to their son Jahsen Dwayne Ricardo aka XXXTentacion in 1998, and their second son Aiden followed a year or two later; Cleopatra and Dwayne separated sometime in the first half of the 2000s, and their divorce was finalized not long after this. The boys were then raised by Cleopatra.

There are today rumors circulating the internet, claiming that Cleopatra’s in a relationship with American rapper Lil Uzi Vert but this is yet to be confirmed by her; she seems to be single as of January 2024, was once married to Dwayne Ricardo Onfroy and has two sons with him (one deceased).

Interesting facts and hobbies

Cleopatra’s posted close to 1,000 pictures and videos onto her Instagram account “Cleo_ohsojazzy”, and the account’s today followed by close to two million people; she only shares pictures featuring her deceased son XXXTentacion, his former girlfriend and their son.

She’s into travelling and has been all around the US, while in the past she travelled mostly to watch her late son perform; Cleopatra’s also been to a number of European countries, and her dream travel destination’s London, England.

She’s a philanthropist, and has donated money to a couple of charity organizations, mostly into working with suicide prevention centers.

Cleopatra’s a lover of animals, with cats being her favorites.

One of her favorite actresses is Kate Winslet, and a couple of her favorite movies are “The Mountain Between Us”, “The Dressmaker” and “Sense and Sensibility”.

Net worth, height and age

Cleopatra’s age is 43. Her eyes are brown and hair is black, she’s 5ft 7ins (1.7m) tall and weighs around 120lbs (56kgs).

Cleopatra’s net worth’s been estimated at over $1 million as of January 2024, while her late son’s net worth was estimated at more than $5 million at the time of his murder.

Who was her son XXXTentacion?

American rapper and singer-songwriter Jahseh Dwayne Ricardo Onfroy – aka XXXTentacion – was born under the zodiac sign Aquarius on 23 January 1998, in Plantation, Florida USA. He was a highly controversial musician, known for his songs about depression and alienation, and he’s rated to have been a leading figure in the popularization of emo rap. XXXTentacion also often had problems with the authorities, and spent his life in and out of jail.

He was raised by his parents in Plantation; XXXTentacion was born with a hole in his heart, a condition called ventricular septal defect, and this was why he never grew taller than 5ft 6ins (1.68m). As Cleopatra struggled to raise her boys alone, XXXTentacion spent some of his childhood with his grandmother, Collette Jones in Lauderhill, Florida; some reports state that the boy was only six when he tried to stab a man for attacking his mother, and that it was around this time that he was sent off to live with his grandmother. XXXTentacion also stated that he was sexually abused when he was a child, and that his father often beat him; his father began serving a nine-year sentence when XXXTentacion was 10.

He studied at Margate Middle School, but was expelled after starting several fights; XXXTentacion then attended Sheridan House Family Ministries and Piper High School, but from which he eventually dropped out.

He found comfort in music, using it as a way to express his thoughts and feelings. He began releasing tracks on SoundCloud in 2013, gaining attention for his raw and emotionally charged style. His breakout single “Look at Me” was released in 2016, and catapulted him into the mainstream, helping him become a prominent figure in the SoundCloud rap scene.

One of XXXTentacion’s defining features was his versatility as an artist; his music ranged from aggressive tracks to introspective and melodic ballads, showcasing a depth and complexity that resonated with a diverse audience.

XXXTentacion’s career wasn’t without controversy. He often faced legal issues, including charges of domestic violence against his then-pregnant girlfriend in 2016; these legal troubles added a layer of complexity to his public persona, and sparked heated debates about separating an artist’s personal life from their work.

Despite the controversies, XXXTentacion’s impact on the music industry was undeniable; his debut studio album “17” came out in 2017, showcasing his vulnerability and emotional depth, and earning critical acclaim. The album’s success was followed by “?”, which further solidified his position as a genre-defying artist.

Tragically, XXXTentacion’s promising career was cut short on 18 June 2018, when he was shot and killed during a robbery in Deerfield Beach, Florida. In the wake of his death, XXXTentacion’s music continued to resonate with fans, with many mourning the loss of a talent taken too soon.

XXXTentacion’s impact on the music industry has transcended his controversial image; he challenged traditional notions of genre willing to explore new music territories. His willingness to be vulnerable and address mental health in his music resonated with a generation grappling with the same issues.

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