August Alsina Sexuality has been the topic of discussion among his fanbase for two years after Jada Pinkett Smith declared their “entanglement” to the public.
August Anthony Alsina Jr. is a vocalist from New Orleans, Louisiana, who was previously signed to Def Jam Recordings. He launched his career in 2011 with the release of his debut mixtape, “The Product,” and rapidly developed a following for his distinct combination of R&B, hip-hop, and soul music.
“Testimony,” Alsina’s debut studio album, was released in 2013 and included the smash track “I Luv This Shit” with Trinidad James.
The single peaked at number 27 on the Billboard Hot 100, assisting the album’s debut at number two on the Billboard 200. Collaborations with other musicians on the album included Chris Brown, Trey Songz, and Rick Ross.
August Alsina Sexuality: Did He Came Out As Gay?
August Alsina has found love two years after Jada Pinkett Smith declared their “entanglement” to the public.
Even though Alsina did not express his sexual orientation, supporters interpreted his remarks and the hug between the two guys to suggest that Alsina is homosexual or bisexual and expressed their support for him on Twitter.
Alsina spoke about fear and discovering love in a confessional during the last seconds of VH1’s The Surreal Life finale on Monday night.
He stated that the play ended production a year ago and had transformed his life. “My life has gotten even more strange,” he said, adding that the experience of being on the reality program “has taught me, love in so many different shapes and perspectives.”
“Love appeared,” he explained. “But in a different way. I want to share it to truly appreciate the person I love, who loves me back and teaches me so much about loving and healing.
I want to do it in front of the world because it defies all of the conventions of what love is meant to be or seem like.”
August Alsina Sexuality: Who Is He Dating?
From 2013 until 2015, Alsina was in a relationship with Mandy Williams. August was linked to Kayla Phillips, who was subsequently thought to be dating Justin Beiber throughout their relationship.
Alsina and Miracle Watts began dating after officially ending their relationship with Williams. Their brief romance ended in 2016, but the two remained close friends.
His relationship with Jada began in 2017 and terminated in 2019. Alsina hasn’t openly dated anybody since the separation. According to The Sun, August intends to write a book on his relationship with Jada:
“August is about to negotiate a lucrative book contract revealing his romantic liaisons with Jada. August will go into depth about his time with Jada and how he spent time living in Will’s residences while filming abroad.
He is aware that his narrative has piqued the interest of many people and is eager to share it.”
Despite initially denying the allegations, Jada revealed in July 2020 that she had a connection with Alsina — but claimed she did not consider it a “transgression” because she and Will were on a hiatus.
According to Who’s Dated Who, Alsina has had relationships with Jada Pinkett Smith (2017–2019), Miracle Watts (2015–2016), Kayla Phillips (2014), Mandy Williams (2013–2015), and Analicia Chaves.
Who Are August Alsina Family? Meet His Parents
August Anthony Alsina Jr. was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, to Sheila Alsina and August Alsina Sr. He is 30 years old and was born on September 3, 1992, under the sign of Virgo.
Melvin La’Branch III, Jamal Labranch, Travis Labranch, and Netia Labranch are Alsina Jr.’s four siblings.
In New Orleans, he attended middle school. He was in a non-musical family but was inspired to sing by Lauryn Hill’s performance in Sister Act 2.
At 14, the talented rapper began uploading videos to YouTube, beginning with a version of Lyfe Jennings’ Hypothetically.
With his Father and stepfather suffering from crack cocaine addiction, his mother relocated him to Houston, Texas, in search of a fresh start following Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
After his Father died, he fell out with his mother and was “kicked out.”
Alsina moved to Atlanta in 2011 due to his heightened focus on music following August 31, 2010, gunshot murder of his older brother, Melvin La’Branch III.