Amra Nor Jenkins is the oldest child of the U.S. rapper Jeezy, whose real name is Jay Wayne Jenkins. He’s best known for topping the Billboard charts with his albums “The Inspiration” (2006) and “The Recession” (2008).
Jeezy has also made a name for himself in the trap music scene and is the leading figure of the southern hip-hop group called U.S.D.A. Amra has always been in the limelight because of her dad’s significant presence in the US music world.
Amra Nor Jenkins is known mainly due to her parent’s relationship. Despite her young age, she’s made headlines as a celebrity child because of some legal issues between her parents that concern her.
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- Full Name: Amra Noh Jenkins
- Age: 9 years old
- Date of Birth: February 27, 2014
- Place of Birth: United States of America
- Nationality: American
- Zodiac Sign: Pisces
- Ethnicity: African-American
- Father: Jay Wayne Jenkins (Jeezy)
- Mother: Mahlet Mahi Gebremedhin
- Siblings: Jadarius Jenkins (Stepbrother), Shyheim Jenkins (Stepbrother), and Monaco Jenkins (Stepsister)
Amra Nor Jenkins Biography
Amra Nor Jenkins was born in the U.S. on February 27, 2014. She was the child of Jeezy and Mahi, who had been together for four years at the time of her birth.
When Amra was just two, her dad, Jeezy (whose real name is Jay Wayne Jenkins), proposed to her mom, Mahlet Mahi Gebremedhin, on Christmas Day in 2016. He gave her a special gift – a Range Rover with seat covers that had Mahi’s name on them.
However, the pair were still not married by 2018, two years after the proposal and four years after Amra’s birth. The following year, in 2019, they decided to part ways. Not long after their separation, Jeezy began a new relationship.
Amra stayed in her hometown with her parents until she was five. In 2019, her parents separated, and she began living with her mother. It’s said that Jeezy and his former partner Mahlet share responsibilities for their daughter.
Amra Nor Jenkins Parents
Jeezy and Mahi were once a couple but never got married. They had a daughter named Amra, and they decided to get engaged after her birth.
However, they broke up three years later. By November 2018, Jeezy had started dating TV host Jeannie Mai. They tied the knot on March 27, 2021, and are now joyfully together. As for Mahi, we’re still determining her current relationship status.
Amra Nor Jenkins has musical talent in her blood, with both her parents being singers. Her mother, Mahlet, who goes by the stage name Mahi, has sung popular Ethiopian tracks like Gojoy, Hambel, Aleka’Do, Emihelu, and more. You can find her music on most digital platforms. A few years back, she was even a nutrition representative in Tigray.
Amra’s dad, Jeezy, is undeniably a top figure in the American rap scene. Starting his journey in 1998, at the age of 45, he co-established the record label C.T.E. World with his ex-manager, Demetrius “Kinki B” Ellerbee. Born on September 28, 1977, Jeezy launched his first album, Thuggin’ Under the Influence (T.U.I.), in 2001.
His fame surged with hit albums like Let’s Get It: Thug Motivation 101, The Inspiration, and Cool Summer, which ranked high on the Billboard charts.
Amra Nor Jenkins Siblings
Amra is the only child of her parents. However, she has three siblings from her father’s previous relationships. Her half-brother, Jadarius Jenkins, is the oldest among them.
Jadarius Jenkins, Amra’s first stepbrother, was born on June 18, 1996. Tenesha Dykes, his mother, dated Jeezy back in the ’90s.
Jenkins also has a half-brother named Shyheim Jenkins. Amra has another half-sister, Monaco Jenkins, born on January 11, 2022, from her father’s union with Jeannie Mai.
Amra Nor Jenkins Net Worth
Amra’s well-known musician father, Jeeze, is expected to have a net worth of $10 million. He’s earned a significant amount from his music. Reports suggest her mother’s wealth is around $2.8 million.
Jenkin’s mother filed a child support case against her father.
Following her parents’ separation, Jenkis’ mom received custody of their child. Afterward, Jezzy committed to paying $7,500 monthly for child support and an annual $30,000 for Amra’s education.
However, in 2020, amidst the COVID outbreak, Mahi took legal action against Amra’s dad for failing to uphold their child support arrangement. She also said that Jeezy wasn’t present in their child’s life. Her lawyer mentioned,
“…She is originally from Ethiopia and has no family in the United States. She’s their child’s primary caregiver in these challenging times.”
Jeezy denied all these allegations. Later, Mahi moved the case to family court, where both sides came to an agreement. Currently, the matter has been settled.