MULTI-TALENTED Karrueche Tran is an American model and actress known for her roles in The Bay and Claws.
Since her rise to fame, she has been in relationships with or has been linked to well-known celebrities.
What is Karrueche Tran’s dating history?
Tran’s dating history includes:
In 2011, singer Chris Brown began dating Tran, with whom he had an on-again, off-again relationship for the subsequent few years.
When Brown reconciled with his ex-girlfriend Rihanna, they momentarily split up, but they reunited when that relationship collapsed.
Tran announced in March 2015 that she was leaving Brown permanently after learning that he was expecting a kid with Nia Guzman.
From December 2012 through May 2013, NBA player John Wall and Tran were speculated to be dating.
Neither of them confirmed the relationship.
Rapper Ray J and Tran were rumored to have dated in 2014, though their supposed relationship was never confirmed to be official.
At the time of the dating rumors, Ray J’s ex Princess Love attempted suicide after hearing that he was in a rumored relationship with Tran.
They were caught holding hands in Los Angeles at the time, and a source said that they had been “friends for a while” prior to their relationship.
However, in February 2021, the couple broke up after three years together.
“Right now, they are focused on continuing to grow their successful careers,” a source told E! News at the time. “There are no hard feelings. This is just a case of two people moving forward in life separately.”
While the photos and videos of their vacation on the island of St. Martin this January don’t appear to display any romantic behavior, it’s crucial to note that the two have a history with one another.
Following her tumultuous breakup with Brown, Tran and Quavo were believed to be dating in 2017.
Neither Quavo nor Karrueche has confirmed a relationship.
What is Karrueche Tran’s net worth?
Tran reportedly has a net worth of $3million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
Born on May 17, 1988, Tran is of Vietnamese and African-American descent and was born in Los Angeles, California.
She played Vivian Johnson in the series The Bay from 2013 to 2016 and earned two Daytime Emmy Awards for producing the show.
At the 2021 Daytime Emmy Awards, she won the Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Performance by a Lead Actress in a Daytime Fiction Program for her return to The Bay for its sixth season.
With her triumph, she became the first Asian Pacific American woman to win an Emmy.
She has played Virginia Loc in the TNT series Claws since 2017.