Jessica Dime, Previously Engaged, Getting Married With Boyfriend Turned Fiance
The reality star, Jessica Dime; known for starring in VH1's 'Love And Hip Hop Atlanta' is about to get married to her special man. Their wedding will take place on the occasion of Valentine's day this year.
On 15 July 2017, Jessica's fiance, Shawne had announced the date of their wedding via his Instagram.
Jessica reportedly started dating her then-boyfriend; now-fiance Shawne Williams, a former NBA player, in 2016. The duo was deemed as an official couple after the clips of their private moments together surfaced the tabloids in November 2016.
It didn't take long for Jessica to respond to the rumors. She finally confirmed her dating affair with Shawne via her Twitter account, tweeting that she loved him and had known him near her whole adult life.
I love MY nigga!! Yall can quit Sending me shit about him .. I been knowing him damn near my whole adult life .. ????????— JESSICA DIME (@I_amdimepiece) November 28, 2016
Since then, the pair has been showering each other with even more love and care all over their social media.
The happy couple's relationship leveled up on 5 April 2017.
On the same day, Jessica even showed off her bling to the world through a short video.
Later, on 13 June 2017, reality show VH1's 'Love and Hip Hop Atlanta also aired the mesmerizing moment of Shawne's proposal.
Further, the same day, the beautiful girlfriend turned fiance, Jessica shared a series of pictures of her romantic photoshoot with her special man, Shawne via Instagram, adding that she cannot wait to be his wife.
Jessica Dime's Career and Parents
Besides being a reality star, she is also known as a model, dancer, and rapper as well as a singer.
In 2013, Jessica, whose height is 1.67m, signed a contract as a recording artist to Flo Rida's management company. However, they discontinued their agreement later on. And, in July 2015, she came out with a single named, 'Disrespectful.' Back on 4 March 2017, she shared that she took a different route in her career than what her parents wanted her to take, but also added that her parents are still supportive of her.