November 13, 2018

Ice-T's oldest daughter is a 42-year-old TV host & has grown children of her own

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Most people don't realize that even at 60-years-old, Ice-T already has a 42-year-old daughter, and grown children of her own.

In 1976, Ice-T and his ex-girlfriend Adrienne gave birth to their eldest daughter, Letesha Marrow. At the time, the singer was only 18-years-old. While the singer and his girlfriend eventually split up and went their separate ways, they found ways to co-parent their children and make sure they were raised well despite them having kids early. 

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Now that Letesha is 42-years-old, her proud dad recalls how he had no problem with his eldest daughter Letesha growing up. According to e-celebrity mirror, Ice-T even revealed that it helped that his daughters grew up in a family that has backgrounds linked to a mob because people know that they should definitely not mess with you. 

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Just like her famous father, Letesha made a name for herself in the entertainment industry and has been part of reality TV and of radio. Currently, she is the host and Chief Executive Officer of "T-Tea-V Behind the Scenes", and part-time as an assistant director.

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Letesha has a son named Elyjah Marrow, who in 2014 was accused of killing his roommate. He was arrested in Georgia over manslaughter charges when a gun "accidentally" went off. 

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His roommate, Daryus Johnson, was already unconscious when the police arrived, and later on, died from the injuries he suffered.

The then-19-year-old not only faced manslaughter charges, but also possession of marijuana, and a stolen gun. 

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Police reported that Marrow was "recklessly" handling the gun before it went off and killed his roommate. 

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"Marrow was not using proper firearms safety when handling the gun."

Now, he is 23-years-old and has been off to college just like any other young adult. 

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