Supa Cent Age And Real Name
Raynell Steward is Supa Cent's real name, and her age is 34.
Her stage name Supa Cent, on the other hand, is well-known. Cent was born on February 2, 1988, and turned 34 in 2022. Supa Cent stands 6 feet 2 inches tall (1.88m). Her body weight is 99 kg.
In addition, after gaining popularity in Vines and compilations, she switched to YouTube, where she shared cosmetic instructions, storytime videos, recipes, Q&As, and videos of herself and her family. Finally, she founded The Crayon Case Cosmetics.
The company grew in size and popularity on different occasions. She now has 2.8 million Instagram followers at the time. She frequently uses it to promote her company and the businesses she collaborates with.
Is Supa Cent Engaged To Her Boyfriend RAYZOR?
Supa Cent and her long-time boyfriend got engaged today. Her loving boyfriend Rayzor proposed to her for marriage with a beautiful ring.
Supa Cent was happy, and she even told her fans that her heart stopped today after the proposal. Cent revealed that it was the easiest "Yes" she had ever said. Rayzor, Supa Cent's to-be husband, is an entrepreneur. He is an event organizer and the owner of Vogue Lounge, an elite New Orleans bar.
In the past, Supa Cent was married to someone. She has two children, a son named Tre and a daughter named Lea. She was, however, separated from her spouse, according to some accounts.
Explore Supa Cent's Net Worth
Cent's net worth is estimated to be $5 million in 2022, according to the thewashingtonnote.
Supa Cent is a cosmetics and beauty enthusiast. She also designed her cosmetics. While selling her crayon box items, she won more than $1 million. This attracts a lot of wealth.
She also hosted "Da Supa Kitchen," a podcast where she and her pals discussed current topics and fascinating life scenarios. She was also the CEO of Bayou Scooter Rentals, a firm situated in Nola. Supa has also held the CEO of the entertainment business "Watch My Smoke Ent."
Cent rose to fame after launching her cosmetics line, "The Crayon Case." In 2018, she gained much attention after her brand "The Crayon Case" made $1 million in just two hours. She then made another record in 2019 by making revenue of $1.37 million in just one hour.