Serayah McNeil is a singer, actress, and model from the United States of America. She is famous for portraying a character of Singer ‘Tiana Brown’ in the Empire, a popular musical drama show of Fox.
This gorgeous lady has been more popular because of her career. However, today we will talk about her less known personal life.
Serayah McNeill’s Current Relationship
The talented actress is unmarried and reportedly dating a handsome guy and he is none other than Wale, a popular rapper from Washington, US. According to the report, they have been dating since June 2015.
However, this pair is yet to reveal about their relationship to the media and has said that they are good friends only. Some websites have claimed that the news of their affair is just a rumor only and they are just friends.
Thus, we can conclude that the pair has been secretly dating and the information about their affair is yet to be revealed.
Know More About Rapper Wale
Olubowale Victor Ankintimehin is a 32-years-old rapper and hip-hop artist from America. He is well known for his stage name ‘rapper Wale’. In 2006, he released his single ‘Dig Dug Shake It’, which became famous in his town.
Then, Wale became locally renowned and continued recording music for regional level. In 2007, he released several mixtapes and appeared national media like MTV and various Black-American focused magazines. In 2008, his popular song named ‘Ridin in that Black Joint’ featured in a video game ‘Saints Row 2’s soundtrack’.
He has released five studio albums till now and has toured several parts of the country along with other artists. Wale has also won and nominated in several awards due to his fine musical career. His songs are ‘Chilin’, ‘World Tour’, ‘Fly Away’ and many others are famous.
Short Information Of Serayah McNeill
The 21-years-old pretty lady resides in Los Angeles, America. Serayah started her acting career from the TV show Empire in 2015.
The same year, she also featured in Taylor Swift’s video named ‘Bad Blood’. Additionally, she has released three singles and they are ‘Drip Drop’, ‘Look but Don’t Touch’ and ‘Don’t You Need Somebody’.