If you are a celebrity baby, your parents’ fans will be just as interested in you as your famous parents. Simply put, you automatically become famous yourself, with gossip sites offering to pay huge sums for information about you, and in some cases, the paparazzi will follow you anywhere. It’s no different with Jodie Fletcher, daughter of Sheree Zampino, ex-wife of Men In Black star Will Smith, and her second husband, former Chargers running back Terrell Fletcher.
Jodie Fletcher Bio
Fletcher’s parents have hoarded information about her in the media since her birth, which further increases the media’s interest in her.
There is almost no personal information about Jodie available for media consumption. Even her date of birth is not known. However, we speculate that she was born somewhere between 2007 and 2009, as she was not born so long after her parents’ marriage, which took place in 2007.
Although Jodie’s parents are very active on social media, neither of them has ever published a photo of her. Surprisingly, both of their Instagram accounts contain photos of other children. Terrell, for example, loves to publish photos of his nieces and nephews, especially the children of his sister Latoya Fletcher.
On the other hand, her mother also enjoys displaying a particular child named Christian on her Instagram account, but there’s no sign of Jodie. However, she keeps posting photos of her first son with Will Smith, Trey Smith. They seem to be best friends.
Considering how much Jodie’s parents love to show photos of other children, you might be forced to think that there might be other reasons why they wouldn’t publish photos of their only daughter.
Perhaps when Jodie, who should still be in grade school at the time of this article, grows up and decides to join her half-brother Trey Smith in the entertainment industry, the world would learn more about her and why her parents never posted photos of her in the past. We will be waiting…
Jodie Fletcher Parents
Jodie’s parents got married in 2007 in a fancy wedding that was covered by Essence Magazine. The wedding took place 12 years after the end of her mother’s first marriage to Will Smith. She had only stayed with Will Smith for 3 years from 1992 to 1995.
Jodie’s mother, who was born on November 16, 1967, in Schenectady, New York, became famous thanks to her marriage to Will Smith. She turned her celebrity marriage into a successful reality TV and fashion career. Jodie’s mother was a member of the cast of the VH1 reality series Hollywood Exes.
The series portrayed the life of a group of women who have separated from their famous men as they try to start over, find someone new, and expand their business. The series lasted for about 3 seasons, with the last episode aired on July 2, 2014, the same year she separated from Terrell Fletcher. She asked for marital support, but it is not clear how much she received.
Jodie’s mother now owns an e-commerce store shereeelizabeth.com, an online boutique that will keep you covered from head to toe. Sheree also hosts her own show Eat Pray Live on the online network Black Hollywood Live, which boasts to be the world’s first online network of stations dedicated to African American entertainment.
Jodie’s maternal grandfather, Les Zampino, worked in a theater company, while her maternal grandmother worked in a financial company.
Her father, Terrell Antoine Fletcher, was born September 14, 1973, in St. Louis, Missouri. He cultivated his passion for football from an early age. Terrell attended Hazelwood East High School in Hazelwood, Missouri, and graduated in 1991. He then went to the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
After college, he was drafted to the San Diego Chargers in the 2nd round/Pick: 51. He played for the team until his retirement in 2002. In 2012 Jodie’s father became the senior pastor of the City of Hope International Church in San Diego, California.
Jodie’s uncle Bryan Fletcher (her father’s brother) is also a retired football player.
Jodie Fletcher Dating, Boyfriend, Married, Husband
At the time of writing this article, Jodie Fletcher is still a minor and has not yet begun to enter into romantic relationships.