LeeAnn Jemmott is the wife of Fred the Godson. LeeAnn Jemmott is a freelance makeup artist. Her husband Fred the Godson died on April 23, 2020. Fred was a New York Rapper who rose to fame from his XXL Freshman cover with artists such as Kendrick Lamar, Mac Miller, and Meek Mill. The Bronx MC was popular for tracks like “Toast to That” with Jadakiss and “Doves Fly” featuring Push T.
LeeAnn Jemmott Biography
LeaAnn went to Fenway High School from 1996-2000 and she later trained in beauty Makeup. She trained in the art of Makeup at the Lia Schorr Insitute in New York.
LeeAnn Jemmott Career
LeeAnn works as a freelance makeup artist. On her bio, she states that she is the process of establishing her “A Beautiful Look” makeup company, which will include a “Beautiful” makeup line and a full-service makeup salon, as well as artist management. In her bio, she states, “I have trained in the art of makeup at the Lia Schorr Institute in New York. I specialize in beauty, video, and printing. My passion for makeup comes from the joy of creating beauty, either on the face or at the confidence level. My purpose of being at Model Mayhem is to network and work with other professionals in my field. I am always building and improving my portfolio, so collaborations are always welcome. I am available for paid homework as well as accredited spreadsheets or images. I aspire to be a world-famous makeup artist and beauty consultant.”
In her LinkedIn account, she writes this about herself, “I am a published freelance make up artist with over 8 years in the beauty industry. I specialize in TV/Film, Editorial, and special event make up. I am very experienced working with all skin types and skin tones and pride myself in flawless, clean makeup. I use only high-quality products and practice the highest standards of sanitation. I am looking to further my career as a successful makeup artist and continue gaining knowledge in my craft.”
LeeAnn Jemmott Husband
Fred the Godson was married to his wife LeeAnn Jemmott. LeeAnn Jemmott had been updating his fans about his progress on social media. The couple frequently appeared together in public and on March 26th he posted a photo with his wife on his Instagram captioned,”Good morning y’all! Crazy how I don’t really like to go out but now… wish I could take wifey to the club, listen to some loud music an have some of my family wit me! She’ll have a glass of Henny in 1 hand an the biggest blunt in the other! Lol. Stay strong people! Hope u all have a blessed Thursday!”
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Good morning y’all! Crazy how I don’t really like to go out but now… wish I could take wifey to the club, listen to some loud music an have some of my family wit me! She’ll have a glass of Henny in 1 hand an the biggest blunt in the other! Lol. Stay strong people! Hope u all have a blessed Thursday! #godisgreat #goodmorning #corona #coronavirus #tbt #familyfirst #wife #soulnotforsale #azadwatches #trust #tbm
The couple has two children together.
Husband COVID-19 Status
Fred the Godson revealed his diagnosis on April 6th when he posted a photo from the hospital while wearing an oxygen mask to help him breathe. He asked his fans for prayers and support.
On April 10 told XXL magazine that the rapper “was going to make it.” she said, “He is fighting and he is winning. He has no sign of infection. His heart is strong and working well. His kidneys have been affected, but as of today, he has started dialysis to clean the toxins out of his blood. Fred is going to make it. God is good!”
LeeAnn Jemmott, told News 12 on April 8 that a doctor said he wasn’t faring well. “it was just like – he’s gone and he’s gonna die, that’s it. I don’t even know how I felt, I just felt like I was going to die,” she said. However, she added that he had started to have some positive progress while in the hospital, with the ventilator supporting him 70 percent rather than 100 percent. This seemed like a good sign, but she also said he would have an uphill battle to recover and be released. It is unclear if he was ever released from the hospital. LeeAnn Jemmott is yet to comment on his passing.
Fred had fallen in love at the age of eight and would despite being diagnosed with asthma, begin his ascent to achieving his dream of becoming a rapper. Fred the Godson joins a long list of musicians who have died from COVID-19 that include John Prine, Fountains of Wayne’s Adam Schlesinger, Joe Diffie, Matthew Seligman, Lee Konitz, Ellis Marsalis, John ‘Bucky’ Pizzarelli, Wallace Roney, Alan Merrill, Manu Dibango, and DJ Black N Mild.