Ronald Fenty Biography, Wiki, Age, Wife, Children, Net Worth, Nationality, Ethnicity, Height, Birthday and Instagram

Ronald Fenty Biography – Ronald Fenty Wiki

Ronald Fenty is Rihanna’s father and a former warehouse supervisor

Ronald Fenty Age

He was born on August 16, 1954 in Barbados, Caribbean.

Ronald Fenty Wife

He was married to Monica Braithwaite until 2002.

Ronald Fenty Children

He has six children: Rihanna (Robyn Rihanna Fenty), Rajad Fenty, Rorrey Fenty, Samantha Fenty, Kandy Fenty, and Jamie Fenty.

Ronald Fenty Net Worth

Information about his estimated net worth is being updated. His daughter Rihanna has an estimated net worth of $230 million. In 2016, Rihanna bought a new mansion in Barbados for her father worth $1.8million.

Ronald Fenty Nationality

He is of Barbadian nationality.

Ronald Fenty Ethnicity

He is of Afro-Barbadian and Irish descent.

Rihanna Suing her Father

Rihanna filed a lawsuit in a federal court in Los Angeles on January 15, 2019. She claims her father, Ronald Fenty, and his business partner, Moses Perkins, fraudulently used her name to make money and she’s suing them over it.

The pair launched Fenty Entertainment, a production and talent company, in 2017. Rihanna’s popular Fenty Beauty line of cosmetics also launched in 2017. She has a lingerie product line as well.

The suit reads: “Although Mr. Fenty is Rihanna’s father, he does not have, and never has had, authority to act on Rihanna’s behalf, nor has he ever been authorized to use her name, intellectual property or publicity rights. Similarly, neither Mr. Perkins nor the Company has any affiliation whatsoever with Rihanna.”

According to the suit, Fenty and Perkins have repeatedly been asked to stop misrepresenting themselves and “to cease and desist all activity and efforts to exploit Rihanna’s name and the goodwill associated with the Fenty brand.” Tunsuccessfully attempted to register the Fenty name for a line of resort hotels.

Rihanna also alleges that Fenty and Perkins negotiated an unauthorized deal for her to perform 15 shows in Latin America for $15 million, and two 15-minute sets at Calibash at Staples Center and T-Mobile Arena for $400,000.

The singer is seeking to stop the pair from using her name or the Fenty brand, as well as damages and attorney’s fees.