Who is Keyshawn Johnson's wife Jennifer Conrad?

EX-NFL player Keyshawn Johnson has shared a heartfelt post on social media, announcing the tragic death of hisdaughter Maia, 25.

The ESPN radio host has two children from his first wife Shikiri Hightower and two from his second wife Jennifer Conrad.

Who is Jennifer Conrad?

Jennifer Conrad is Keyshawn's wife.

The pair have been reportedly together since 2008 before getting married.

They have two young children.

Conrad regularly shares cute snaps of the family on her Instagram account which has 2,150 followers.

How long have Jennifer Conrad and Keyshawn Johnson been married?

Keyshawn Johnson and was previously married to Shikiri Hightower between 1998 and 2002 and had two children, Maia and Keyshawn Johnson Jr.

Johnson and Conradhave reportedly been dating since 2008.

The pair tied the knot in a luxurious four-day beach wedding in Newport Beach, California in August 2014.

Just months after their wedding, in March 2015, Conrad filed for divorce.

The case was dismissed due to inactivity after three years.

According to TMZa woman accused the ex-NFL star of allegedly getting her pregnant in 2016, demanded $4,346 child support and even fought for a paternity test for her 4-month-old son.

In 2014, Johnson was also accused of having an affair with model Alicia Tarry.

Her husband Brian Holloway had claimed at the time that he had found a series of Twitter messages between his wife and Keyshawn.

Johnson and Tarry had both declined the accusation.

How many children do they have?

Jennifer Conrad and Keyshawn Johnson have two children together, London and Shyla Joy.

London Johnson, 10, has already started doing photoshoots.

Her "baking/modeling/dance account" is managed by her mom Jennifer.

The talented little girl has even won a Music Video Workshop award.

The NFL star welcomed his youngest daughter in the family in June 2020, captioning a photo of her on Instagram "Welcome to the world, Shyla Joy."

 Keyshawn, who played for the New York Jets, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Dallas Cowboys and Carolina Panthers retired in 2007.

He also shares regular photos of his children on social media.

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