Yetunde Price

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Yetunde Price

Yetunde Price

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Who is Yetunde Price? 

Yetunde Price was Venus and Serena Williams’ oldest half-sister as well as their assistant. Yetunde Price was shot and murdered in a shooting massacre in Compton, California on September 14, 2003. In her SUV automobile, she was slain while conversing with her lover.

Body Measurement

Yetunde Price was a black woman with red hair. Aside from that, no information about height, weight, or other physical measures is available.

Early Years

Yetunde Price, also known as ‘Yetunde Hawanya Tara Price,’ was born on August 9, 1972, in Saginaw, Michigan, United States of America. Yetunde was just 31 years old at the time of her death. She was also an American citizen of Afro-American ancestry. Her zodiac sign is Leo once more.

She was also the oldest daughter of Oracene Price, a tennis teacher, and Yusef Rasheed. She has two younger sisters, Isha and Lyndrea Price, who are her siblings. Yusef, her father, died tragically in 1979. Yetunde’s mother then married Richard Williams. Her stepfather, together with her step-sisters Venus and Serena, reared her and her sisters. There is no information available on Yetunde’s educational background. However, we might infer that she received her diploma from a reputable university.

Career

Yetunde Price worked as a personal assistant to her tennis-playing sisters and as a nurse during her professional career. At the time of her death, she was also the owner of a hair salon. Despite receiving some financial assistance from her sisters, she continued to live in their ‘run-down’ area with her children and work as a nurse.

In addition to her personal-assistant responsibilities, which saw her present at Wimbledon the year she died, according to some media. In 2016, the Yetunde Price Resource Center (PRC) was founded to honor Yetunde Price’s life and legacy. Yetunde and the Williams sisters had good and close friends.

Net Worth

She had made a respectable living as a personal assistant in her previous life. According to Wikipedia, Forbes, and Business Insider, Yetunde’s net worth was roughly $1.5 million at the time of her death.

Yetunde Price estimated Net Worth, Salary, Income, Cars, Lifestyles & many more details have been updated below. Let’s check, How Rich is Yetunde Price in 2020 -2021?  

Yetunde Price Net Worth:
$1.5 million 

Estimated Net Worth in 2021  $1.5 million 
Previous Year’s Net Worth (2020)  $1 million 
Annual Salary  Under Review.  
Income Source  Assistant-Director
Net Worth Verification Status  Not Verified 

Relationship Status

Yetunde was referring to her partner Rolland Wormley when she spoke about her relationship. The couple was attempting to marry as soon as possible. With her fiance, she had three children. Jair Bobbitt, Jeffrey Bobbitt Jr., and Justus Bobbitt are her three sons. Yetunde Price was not a part of the rumors and controversies surrounding her till her death.

Social Media

She was not active on any social media platforms, such as Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter, when it came to her public appearances. Furthermore, after Yetunde’s death, her family and the general public formed a nonprofit organization. On social media, the organization is active on Facebook and Instagram. There are more than 2k followers on Instagram and more than 9k followers on Facebook.

Unfortunate death

Yetunde was shot and died in a shooting massacre in Compton, California, on September 14, 2003, when she and her boyfriend were speaking inside her SUV automobile. Yetunde was shot 11 times with an assault weapon by Robert E. Maxfield, an alleged gang member. On April 6, 2006, the court condemned him to 15 years in prison.