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The Rise and Fall of Devante Swing: A Cautionary Tale of Fame and Addiction



Who is Devante Swing?

He is a singer-songwriter, rapper and music producer, probably known best as the founding member of the R&B group Jodeci. However, Devante Swing’s story isn’t just another rags-to-riches tale that we’ve all heard about musicians. The story of Devante took a terrible turn as he was accused of raping a female admirer, which was subsequently dismissed due to a lack of proof. Devante, on the other hand, was never the same after his house was burglarized and his drinking problem worsened.

We’ll start from the beginning so you can better understand this cautionary tale of fame and addiction, as well as Devante’s rise and fall.

Early life, family, and education

Born Donald Earle DeGrate Junior under the zodiac sign of Libra on 29 September 1969, which makes him aged 53 as of May 2023. He’s a native of Hampton, Virginia USA, holds American nationality, and his ethnicity is African-American. Devante was raised by his parents, Reverend Donald DeGrate and Mary, alongside his younger brother, Dalvin, also a member of Jodeci. The family later moved to Charlotte, North Carolina.

There isn’t much known about Devante’s early days, except that he loved music and dreamed of becoming a famous rapper. He sang in his church, and learnt to play 11 instruments. When it comes to his educational background, aged 16 he dropped out of high school, and ran away from home to Minneapolis to get a job with the famous singer, Prince. After begging the receptionist to give him a chance to speak with Prince, and realizing that this would never happen, he went back home, where he began working as a mixing engineer.


His rise and fall

Concurrently, working as a mix engineer for Hi-Five, a rap group, Devante began producing. In 1989, Devante and his brother founded a duo, however, they didn’t achieve much success. When they joined forces with Cedric Renard Hailey whose stage name is K-Ci, and his brother Joel Hailey, better known as JoJo, the quartet soon signed with Uptown Records.

In 1991, they began working on their debut album, entitled “Forever My Lady”, released in May of that same year, which led to their widespread popularity. The singles “Come and Talk to Me” and “Forever My Lady” were on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, while the album went on to sell over three million copies.

Two years later, the group released their second album “Diary of a Mad Band”, which went double platinum. The songs “Cry for You”, “What About Us”, and “Feenin” became major R&B hits.

In July 1995, Jodeci released their third album “The Show, the After Party, the Hotel”, which reached second place on the Billboard 200, and was certified platinum.

Devante and his fellows had everything, money, fame, platinum records, and gorgeous women around them- only to lose it all. Devante lived a life totally opposite to the one he had as a child. With fame came money, lavish cars, and a luxurious home, but also drugs and constant drinking.


As mentioned, he was accused of an alleged rape, and after that, he was found guilty of gun charges, but was sentenced to community service. However, despite the problems, Devante continued to be in high demand for work.

In 1993, when his house was robbed, many believe that that was the night which changed Devante’s life forever. Intruders broke into Devante’s home in New Jersey, assaulted and robbed him of $20,000 worth of jewelry. Rumors even went as far as to claim he was ‘sodomized’ during this attack, as it seems that something that occurred that night traumatized him; his erratic behavior since the incident show signs of that.

After Jodeci’s third album, Devante vanished out of the limelight, and focused on discovering new music talents. He mentored many popular singers such as Missy Elliott, Stevie J, Timbaland, and Flo Rida, many of them saying about Devante that he played the role of teacher and also a father figure, but that there were times when Devante’s demons would start, and he would shout in anger and then would become unapproachable and distant.

In 2010, there was a video filmed by an unknown person featuring Devante having a mental breakdown in a Subway restaurant in Los Angeles, California, but Devante pushed creative boundaries and made timeless music, and his downfall was mainly caused by drugs, alcohol, the vices of sex, and fast money.

In 2014, it was announced that Jodeci would reunite and that they‘d been working on their comeback album. In the following year, the group released their fourth album “The Past, the Present, the Future”, and announced their tour. Their first concert after nearly 20 years, was held in Richmond, Virginia, in June 2015. However, Jodaci hasn’t managed to recover the fame they had in the ‘90s.


Love life and relationships

Devante has been the subject of various rumors about his love life and even his sexual orientation was doubted. One of the rumors was that he had a secret relationship with Madonna. There is a photo featuring two of them sitting close to each other and according to Rolling Stone magazine just a second before the picture was taken, Madonna kissed Devante on the lips. However, neither Devante nor Madonna commented on these speculations about them, and reportedly, he was in relationships with actresses Khadijah Haqq and Kim Porter.

It is known that he has two children, son Justin and daughter Dyana, however, there is no info about their mother(s). As of May 2023, it seems that Devante is single.

How rich is Devante Swing?

Devante currently works as a producer, and prefers to keep his life out of the spotlight. As previously stated, he had it all, and if you’re wondering how wealthy Devante is today, it appears that he’s saved some money for a rainy day. According to sources, his net worth has been estimated at over $5 million.

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The Untold Truth Of Deion Sanders’ Partner – Tracey Edmonds



Who is Tracey Edmonds, Deion Sanders’ partner? Wiki Bio

Tracey Elaine Edmonds was born in Los Angeles, California USA, on 18 February 1967 – her zodiac sign is Aquarius and she holds American nationality. She is a TV producer and a businesswoman, but possibly better known for being the girlfriend of Deion Sanders, a famous former American Football and baseball player.

Childhood and education

Tracey was raised alongside her younger brother Michael McQuarn, who is now a film producer and director, by their father who was a businessman, and their mother who was a lawyer. Tracey grew up as an organized and responsible person, as her parents were working most of the time and she had to take care of her brother.

She attended a public high school in Los Angeles where she was mostly focused on her studies, but was also physically active playing soccer and tennis. Upon matriculation, she enrolled at Stanford University, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychobiology in 1987, while she obtained her Doctorate of Business from Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 2004.

Career as a film producer

Tracey launched her career after graduation in 1987, and worked as a film producer for the next 10 years before gaining recognition in 1997, when she produced the comedy film “Soul Food”, starring Vanessa Williams, Vivica A. Fox and Nia Long, and which follows a family which is on the edge of breaking apart; the movie won six awards and was nominated for 11 others.


In 2000, she served as the executive producer for the comedy series “Soul Food: The Series” which won seven National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Image Awards, and was nominated for 31 others; the series ran until 2004.

From 2004 to 2009, Tracey was the executive producer of the comedy drama series “College Hill”, starring Willie Macc and JayTee Thompson, and which follows eight college students who are struggling to pass their exams and have fun at the same time. The year 2011 saw her produce the comedy drama movie “Jumping the Broom”, which won three awards and was nominated for 13 others. In 2015, she was the executive producer of the romantic comedy movie “With This Ring” starring Regina Hall and Jill Scott, and which won one award and was nominated for eight others.

Around the same time, Tracey produced the reality series “Deion’s Family Playbook” which follows the life of her boyfriend Deion Sanders.

In 2014 she began co-hosting the entertainment news program “Extra”, winning an Emmy Award for her performance, and hosting the show until 2017, while she also hosted the reality competition series “Queen Boss” in 2016. In August 2018, she was the executive producer for the drama series “Games People Play”, which follows three women trying to become professional sportswomen. Tracey’s most recent work has been on the crime drama mystery movie “The Postcard Killings” in 2020, which starred Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Famke Janssen and follows an American detective who is investigating his daughter’s murder in London.


Other business ventures

Since 1993, Tracey has been serving as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and President of her own multi-million dollar enterprise Edmonds Entertainment, working in the industry including on movies, TV series, and shows. In 2006, she joined Our Stories Films studio as their Chief Operating Officer (COO) and President for nine years, leaving in January 2015 to take up the role of Boardroom Advisor for California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Since August 2012 to this day, Tracey has been working as the CEO, Editor-in-Chief and the President of her own lifestyle and wellness brand AlrightNow, while she is also on the Producers Guild of America’s national board of directors.

Awards and accolades

In 2002, Tracey was rewarded with Ebony Magazine’s Outstanding Women in Marketing & Communications Entrepreneur Award, followed by her receiving the Volunteers of America Legacy of Leadership Award in 2004.

Some of the other awards she has won include the National Organization for Women’s Excellence in Media Award in 2005, an Emmy Award for an Outstanding Entertainment News Program in 2016, and the Alliance for Women in Media SoCal’s Genii Award for Excellence in Entertainment, also in 2016.

Love life and relationship with Deion Sanders

On 5 September 1992, Tracey married Kenneth ‘Babyface’ Edmonds, who is a singer, songwriter, and a record producer. She gave birth to their first son Brandon shortly after the wedding, and in April 2001 to their second son Dylan.


Tracey and Kenneth’s divorce was finalized on 22 June 2007 and Kenneth went on to marry Nicole Pantenburg in 2014.

In 2008, Tracey started dating Eddie Murphy, a famous American actor, comedian, and singer, but their relationship lasted only for a couple of months. Since 2012, Eddie has been dating Paige Butcher (and he has 10 children).

Since 2012, Tracey has been in a relationship with Deion Sanders. Deion was married to Carolyn Chambers from 1989 to 1998 and she gave birth to two of his children. He was then married to Pilar Biggers Sanders from 1999 to 2013, and she gave birth to their three children.

It appears as Tracey and Deion decided not to have any children together, and not to marry, but they moved in together not long after they started dating, and are currently residing in Los Angeles.

Hobbies and other interests

Tracey is a busy woman who finds it hard to find free time for the things she enjoys doing besides work. She is a huge fan of stand-up comedy, and is good friends with Steve Harvey who is best known for hosting the family game show “Family Feud”. One of her main hobbies is travelling, and she has been to nearly all the US states at least once, while she has also been to Europe on many occasions, visiting countries such as England, France and Italy.


She is a fan of animals, likes to do charity work, and has donated money to several non-profit organizations working with underprivileged children and veterans.

Tracey enjoys watching comedy movies late at night, and some of her favorite actors and actresses are Leslie Nielsen, Eddie Murphy and Sandra Bullock while some of her favorite movies are “Airplane!”, “Meet Dave”, and “Runaway Bride”.

Appearance and net worth

Tracey is 53 years old. She has long black hair and brown eyes, is 5ft 7ins (1.71m) tall, and weighs around 132lbs (60kgs). As of May 2020, her net worth is estimated at over $30 million, while Deion’s net worth is reputedly more than $40 million.

Who is Deion Sanders? Wiki Bio

Deion Luwynn Sanders was born in Fort Myers, Florida USA, on 9 August 1967, so his zodiac sign is Leo and he holds American nationality. He is currently working as a sports analyst, after playing in the National Football League (NFL) for 14 years.

Deion was raised in Fort Myers, and played football, baseball and basketball while attending North Fort Myers High School. Upon matriculation in 1985, he was selected by the Kansas City Royals baseball team, but decided not to sign with them and attend Florida State University being their football and baseball player, and running track for them. In 1988, he received the Jim Thorpe Award from the Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame.

Upon graduation, he became a football player but continued playing baseball part-time, playing with four teams for nine years. He is best known for having played with The New York Yankees from 22 June 1988 to 1991 when he signed with the Atlanta Braves, and then in 1997 with the Cincinnati Reds staying with them for one season before taking a three-year break, returning to the Reds in 2001. In the same year, he began playing for the Syracuse Chiefs, then retired from baseball at the end of the year.

He began playing in the NFL in 1989 when he signed with Atlanta Falcons, and stayed with them until 1993.

In 1994, he began playing for the San Francisco 49ers, then on 9 September 1995 moved tothe Dallas Cowboys. He joined the Washington Redskins in 2000 signing a seven-year contract with them, but retired after just one year. He returned in 2004 to play for the Baltimore Ravens, but finally retired from playing in January 2006, when he joined the NFL Network as their sports analyst.

Deion is also a rapper, and his debut album “Prime Time” was released in 1994. He is a writer too, having co-written his autobiography with J. M. Black entitled “Power, Money & Sex: How Success Almost Ruined My Life”. Deion is a philanthropist who has donated an undisclosed amount of money for those hit by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, and challenged all other athletes to donate at least $1,000 to the cause.

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Who is Darcy LaPier married? Van Damme ex-wife Biography



Who is Darcy LaPier?

Darcy LaPier was born 21 July 1965, in Molalla, Oregon, USA, so her birth sign is Cancer and she holds American nationality. She is a former actress, producer and a model. Even though high-profile marriages are the most prominent detail about her life, in the last two decades she’s transformed herself  into one of the top award-winning professional barrel racers.

Darcy graduated from Portland (Oregon ) University, and studied drama at the University of Oregon and Huntington Film Institute in Florida

Acting Career

Besides modeling, she dabbled in acting as well, with supporting parts in minor movies between 1988 and 1999.

Some of those are ‘Think Big’, ‘Double Trouble’  and Street Fighter’ alongside Jean Claude Van Damme.  In 2013 she came back into public focus as the star and executive producer of A&E’s reality TV show ‘Rodeo Girls’ , which followed a group of rodeo veterans and rookies driven by the singular goal of winning as they travel the country with their horses.

Marriage 1#

In 1984 at the age of 19, she married  Larry Lay Robertson. Driven by the wish to step into the Hollywood scene, she began attending beauty pageants, and soon gained a lot of attention.


However, her ambition and her status as a married woman didn’t match at the time, so she left her husband and set off for a possible acting and modeling career; the latter was somewhat successful, as she was Miss Portland International, Raceway, Miss Budweiser, Miss Miller.

Marriage 2#

It seemed that she was not meant for small-town fame, as she dreamt of making it big. Soon she would be given a chance to taste Hollywood fame when she was chosen as a representative for the Hawaiian Beauty Contest in 1985.

As a beautiful and attractive young lady, she caught the eye of the President of the Hawaiian Tropic, wealthy mogul Ron Rice whom she ‘married’ in 1991, in a ceremony which reportedly cost $1 million. Their ‘marriage’ was blessed with a baby girl, Sterling, however, complications arose, as while she was still married to Ron Rice, she met and fell in love with the screen-action hero, Jean Claude Van Damme, who was also married at the time, to Gladys Portugues. Consequently Ron Rice filed for divorce, but learned that at the time of their marriage she hadn’t still divorced from her first husband, Larry, so Rice filed for the annulment of the marriage, and as a consequence of that, Darcy was allowed child support, but not alimony. She finally  divorced Larry in 1993.


Her marriage 3# to Jean Claude Van Damme

After the annulment of  her ‘marriage’ to Ron Rice, she and now-divorced Van Damme married in February 1994, in Bangkok, Thailand. On 10 October 1995, they welcomed a son, Nickolas Van Varenberg, but this marriage wasn’t meant to last either, and they divorced in November 1997 – apparently the relationship was rather volatile and intense, as she filed for divorce three times in three years. According to the reports, Darcy claimed that Jean Claude was an aggressive cocaine addict who would often resort to violence and beat her. She even filed for a restraining well as custody of their son. As a part of the divorce settlement, she received $10 million plus child support.

Marriage 4#

Her next marriage was to Mark R. Hughes, the founder of Herbalife, a global nutrition and weight management company. They married on Valentine’s day in 1999 in an apparently extravagent ceremony, and settled in Hughes’ 32,000-square-foot house in Malibu. As usual, the pattern for Darcy continued, as this marriage also wouldn’t last, but this time because Hughes died just one year into their marriage – he reportedly took a prescription pill, after drinking a huge amount of alcohol, making it a lethal mixture, and Darcy woke to find her husband dead. The autopsy revealed that the pill he had taken coupled with alcohol proved to be deadly. Darcy inherited $100 million from her husband’s business and estate.


After Hughes died, she took her children and moved to Oregon, where she would begin her barrel racing career.

Marriage 5#

After four unsuccessful marriages, Darcy was still determined to find the love of her life. In 2002 she married Brian Snodgrass, co-owner of Seven Dee’s Nursery. They had a child together, Madison, but again this marriage also wasn’t meant for the long run, and they divorced in 2013.

Barrel Racing

As a girl, she attended many rodeo events with her father, and soon developed a liking for it, which would drive her to learn and compete in barrel racing.

Despite her adoration of equine sports, which were instilled in her at a young age, only after the death of Hughes would she take a chance to reinvent herself, and take a shot at barrel racing. She made a risky move and moved with her children to Oregon, in hopes of training and becoming an exquisite barrel racer. Eventually, her resolve and tenacity paid off in 2004, earning the most money for a rookie. After that, she continued to add various titles and winnings to her already stacked biography.

Briefly about Jaun Claude Van Damme

Jean Claud Van Damme is a famous action star, born in 1960 in Belgium, the son of Eugene Van Varenberg and Eliana Van Varenberg.


At the urging of his father, he started training at the age of eleven at the Center National De Karate. By 1980 Van Damme had become one of the best full-contact fighters in Europe, and after a successful sports career, he ventured to the US in pursuit of his dream of becoming an actor. He had his first notable role in 1984 in the movie ‘No Retreat, No Surrender’, which kick-started a series of roles in martial arts movies that made him famous. In the late ’80s and until the mid-’90s, he had roles in several commercially successful movies- ‘Bloody Sports(1988), Kickboxer (1989), Universal Soldier (1992), and ‘Time Cop’ – the latter movie became a major international hit, grossing over $100 million. However, in the second half of the ’90s, he starred in a series of commercially unsuccessful films that hurt his career.

Even though he never managed to score a role that would top the success of the ‘Universal Soldier’, he continued to star in various minor movies throughout the last two decades.

Net worth?

As of late 2020, Darcy’s net worth has been estimated at an astonishing $100 million, most of her money coming from hefty divorce settlements. The barrel racer is also known for endorsing several brands and companies however, reliable information about her income hasn’t been revealed.

Is she active on social media?

It seems that her busy life kept her from being active on social media, but even so, she uses Instagram to post photos of her children, her barrel racing scores, and an occasional meme or two.

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All About Michael Rapaport’s Wife, Nichole Beattie: Wiki



Who is Nichole Beattie?

Nichole Beattie was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota USA, on 19 November 1976 – her zodiac sign is Scorpio and she holds American nationality. She is a film producer and a screenwriter, who is probably known best for the work she has done on the thriller horror series “The Walking Dead”, created by Frank Darabont and Angela Kang, and which stars Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus and Melissa McBride. The series follows Sheriff Deputy Rick Grimes, who, after waking up from a coma, realizes that the world has been taken over by ‘the walking dead’. It has been airing since 2010, and has won 78 awards while it has been nominated for 214 others, including a Golden Globe – Nichole was nominated for an Online Film & Television Association Award for Best Writing in a Drama Series in 2013.

She is also known for being the ex-wife of famous American actor and comedian Michael Rapaport.

Childhood and education

Nichole was raised in Minneapolis by her parents, but not a lot is known about them, except that they divorced when Nichole was still very young, that her father was an alcoholic, and that he died.

Nichole was urged by her mother to focus on her education, and was thus one of the best students at her high school. She had numerous interests, including acting, creative writing and dancing, and upon matriculation in 1994 enrolled at Arizona State University, however, she quit after her brother died in a skiing accident.


Career as a film writer and producer

Not a lot is known about Nichole’s career from 1994 to 2007, but it’s believed that she worked various jobs to financially support herself, before joining the film industry as a writer and producer.

She launched her career with her job as a staff writer for nine episodes of the fantasy mystery series “John from Cincinnati”, but which was cancelled after airing 10 episodes. In 2008, she worked as a staff writer on four episodes (three uncredited) of the crime thriller series “Sons of Anarchy”, and followed by working on various series, writing two episodes of “Rubicon” in 2010, writing two and producing 12 episodes of “Prime Suspect” in 2011, and then wrote five and produced 16 episodes of “The Walking Dead”.

The following years saw her write single episodes of several series, including “The Bastard Executioner” and “Emerald City” and in 2018, plus one and producing 10 episodes of “Beyond”. One of her notable works was producing the 2019 western drama film “Deadwood: The Movie”, written by David Milch, directed by Daniel Minahan and which starred Timothy Olyphant, Ian McShane and Molly Parker; the movie won Nichole a nomination for a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Television Movie in 2019 and a Producers Guild of America Award for Outstanding Producer of Streamed or Televised Motion Pictures in 2020.


One of her most recent works has been on the series “For All Mankind”, for which she wrote four episodes and produced 10.

Love life and marriage with Michael Rapaport

Nichole is quite secretive when it comes to her love life, and not a lot is known about her former marriage with Michael Rapaport. They apparently met sometime in the late ‘90s, and married in 2000 in a private ceremony attended by their closest friends and family. Nichole gave birth to their two sons, but in 2007 she and Michael divorced for unknown reasons. Michael went on to marry his long-term girlfriend, actress Kebe Dunn in 2016, while Nichole hasn’t talked about any men she might have been with since her divorce.

As of December 2020, Nichole is single, was once married and has two sons.

Hobbies and other interests

Nichole has been interested in reading since her first days of school, and this has helped her grow her imagination and learn to write – she has read numerous books to this day, and her favorite genres are science fiction and fantasy, while her favorite books are the franchise “The Lord of the Rings”.

She is keen on travelling, and her job has taken her to many US states, while Nichole has also travelled for pleasure and been overseas to France and Spain in Europe.


She is a lover of animals with cats being her favorites, but is said not to have any pets.

In her spare time, Nichole enjoys watching movies, and a couple of her favorite actors and actresses are Tom Hanks, Will Smith and Angelina Jolie, while her favorite movies include “The Terminal”, “I, Robot” and “Lara Croft: Tomb Raider – The Cradle of Life”.

Age, height and net worth

Nichole’s age is 44. She has long brown hair and brown eyes, her height is 5ft 9ins (1.75m) and she weighs around 150lbs (68kgs). As of December 2020, her net worth has been estimated at over $2 million, while Michael’s net worth is reputedly over $12 million.

Who is Michael Rapaport?

Michael Rapaport was born in New York City, USA, on 20 March 1970 – his zodiac sign is Pisces and he holds American nationality. He has been credited with appearing in roughly 120 movies and TV series, but might still be known best for his starring role in the romantic comedy series “The War at Home”, created by Rob Lotterstein and which also starred Anita Barone and Kaylee DeFer – the story follows two parents struggling to raise their children. It aired 44 episodes from 2005 to 2007, and was nominated for eight awards.


Michael was raised alongside his brother Eric and half-sister Claudia Lonow (from his father’s first marriage) by his parents David Rapaport who was a radio executive, and June Brody who was a radio personality – his parents divorced when he was in his teens. Michael studied at Erasmus Hall High School, and was expelled for unknown reasons, however, he eventually went back and matriculated.

After turning 19, he moved to Los Angeles in California to work on his career as a stand-up comedian, performing at his stepfather Mark Lonow’s comedy club The Improv for the following three years.

He gained recognition after he was invited to act in the dramatic series “China Beach”, and then became somewhat popular after portraying the supporting character Frank in the sitcom “My Name is Earl”. He is also known for his portrayal of Don Self, one of the lead characters in the fourth season of the series “Prison Break”.

He made his directing debut in 2011, with the documentary movie “Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of A Tribe Called Quest”, which received positive reviews. He also directed the series of documentary movies “30 for 30”, the first of which was released in 2014 and played at the Tribeca Film Festival. Since then, Michael could have been seen appearing in an episode of various TV shows, including “The Morning Podcast with Bill Burr”, “The Adam Carolla Show” and “Cari Champion’s Podcast”.

One of his most recent roles has been in the 2019 episode “Go Big or Go Homer” of the animated sitcom “The Simpsons”, in which he voiced Mike Wegman.

On 18 May 1997, Michael was arrested for harassing Lili Taylor, his ex-girlfriend – he pleaded guilty and received a restraining order.

Michael is somewhat of a hero as he helped stop a man who was trying to open an emergency door in the middle of a flight he was on in June 2018 – Michael put his hand on the man’s shoulder and yelled at him three times before pinning him down against his seat.

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