|Net Worth||$ 1,000,000|
|Real name||Mia Jaye Dolph|
|Source of Wealth||Entrepreneurship|
|Profession||Business owner, influencer|
|Date of Birth||Apr 13, 1989|
|Height||155 cm / 5 ft 1 inch|
Mia Jaye Dolph is an entrepreneur, businesswoman, and influencer. She was the wife of the tragically passed rapper Young Dolph with whom she has two kids.
Mia is the founder of "MOM•E•O," "The black men deserve to grow old," and "Freshstart kidz."
Her net worth is estimated at $1 million.
Mia Jaye was born on April 13, 1989, in Detroit, Michigan, United States.
In 2012, she graduated from the University of Memphis with a B.S. in Real Estate Finance.
The influencer and entrepreneur keep her personal life private, so more information about her family is unavailable.
She is also known for being married to the rapper Young Dolph, who tragically lost his life after being shot by a gunman while buying cookies on November 17, 2021.
Having lost both her brother and husband to gun violence, she founded several companies and charities that raise awareness about violence in the black community and support bereaved families.
Her first brand, "MOM•E•O," is a brand focused on moms that try to stay on top of everyday activities, including their businesses.
The "MOM•E•O" official Instagram is full of encouraging messages that aim to uplift black women and motivate them to stay on top of their game.
"The black men deserve to grow" is another of Mia's philanthropic projects promoted through "MOM•E•O.", that is also aimed at supporting families who had lost members to violent crimes in the black community.
- "The organization's purpose is to assist families affected by racial violence single-handedly." , Mia stated in the website's official statement.
The organization also donates 25% of its income to the BMD TGO Cares fund to help those impacted by violent crime.
- "I'm turning this pain into purpose right now, and so I'm very thankful for the community starting the conversation of what can we do to lengthen the lives of Black men in America." - The entrepreneur stated in an interview for ABC News.
Mia's third charity project is named "Fresh Start Kidz." She founded the organization after forming a family on her own and realizing how important it is for kids to have access to healthy and nutritious foods.
She is also the author of "No Way Tré, You Can't Have Your Way" for kids, which aims to help them make healthier choices and understand the dangers of junk food.
As we mentioned before, besides being known for her charity work, Mia is also the widow of the well-known rapper Young Dolph, who died on November 17, 2021.
Dolph was killed in front of the store where he used to buy chocolate-chip cookies. During the attack, he was shot 22 times. The bullets penetrated his left chest, abdomen, chin, neck, right shoulder, both arms, and back.
Mia has two children, with the rapper she dated for over a decade.
Mia Jaye Dolph is an entrepreneur, internet personality, and philanthropist.
As a result of losing both her brother and husband to violent acts, she advocates for preventing violence in the black community.
Her net worth is estimated at $1 million.
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