Tomeeka Robyn Bracy Biography
Tomeeka Robyn Bracy is the third wife of Grammy Award-winning musician, songwriter, and producer Stevie Wonder. Wonder is a prominent figure in popular music, he is one of the most successful musicians of the 20th century.
Tomeeka Robyn Bracy Age
Bracy was born in 1975, she is about 43-44 years old as of 2019.
Tomeeka Robyn Bracy Family
Bracy keeps her personal life very private and has no disclosed any information regarding her father, mother or siblings.
Tomeeka Robyn Bracy Husband
The music legend Stevie Wonder married Bracy in 2017. The couple had a star-studded event at the Hotel Bel-Air in Los Angeles, with John Legend in attendance and Babyface also performed.
Since he learned to play piano, drums and harmonica by the age of 9 and since signing to Motown in 1961 he has won 25 Grammy Awards, an honorary award and has been nominated 74 times.
Wonder was previously married to Kai Millard Morris whom he divorced in 2012. Stevie and Kai have two sons together.
From 1970 to 1972, Stevie Wonder was married to singer-songwriter Syetta Wright, a Motown artist who recorded with Wonder, Billy Preston and many others. Wright also released several albums during her career and had a hit with “With You I’m Born Again” with Preston. Wright died in 2004 after a battle with
congestive heart failure following radiology treatments for breast cancer.
Stevie Wonder Kidney Transplant
On July 6 2019, the music legend Stevie Wonder told the crowd at a gig in London’s Hyde Park that he would give three more concerts before going for a kidney transplant in September 2019.
Wonder made the announcement after playing his 1972 hit Superstition, saying that he wanted to prevent rumours about his health from spreading. “I have a donor and it’s all good,” he said.
“I want you to know I came here to give you my love and to thank you for your love. You ain’t gotta hear no rumors about nothing, I told you what’s up. I’m good. All right?”
Tomeeka Robyn Bracy Kids
The couple has two children together. The name of their first child together is unknown but their second child Nia was born in December 2014. There were rumors that Wonder would be a father to triplets but this turned not to be the case. Their daughter’s name Nia means “purpose”–one of the seven principles of Kwanzaa.
According to some sources, Bracy also has two other children from a previous relationship. The tabloid reports that Stevie has daughters Bri Sche’ Milan and Kenaya Tare’ Fair.
She also had a son, Iziah who died after falling from an open window in 2005 when he was only two years old. Tomeeka went ahead to write about the tragedy on a blog. There, she also posted a handful of other stories about toddlers who died after falling from a window.
“He was not looking out his window, he sat on the floor in front of a huge lion stuffed animal. This was to distract him from ever sitting on the floor level window sill,” Bracy wrote on the site. “Well being a toddler he leaned and rocked backwards talking on his play cell phone and went [throughout] the closed blinds, screened window, and out to the ground two stories below.”
Bracy is also step mother to Wonder’s seven children from previous marriages and relationships. She has a step daughter, Aisha Morris that Wonder had with Yolanda Simmons whom he met when she applied for a job as secretary for his publishing company. The two also have a son Keita born in 1977.
She has a step-son named Mumtaz Morris whom Stevie had with Melody McCulley. She has astep-daughter, Sophia and Step-son, Kwame, who Stevie had with a woman whose identity has not been publicy revealed. From Wonder second marriage to Kai Millard Morris, Bracy has two step-sons: the elder being named Kailand and he occasionally performs as a drummer on stage with his father Wonder, her youngest step-son Mandla Kadjay Carl Stevland Morris, was born on May 13, 2005, his father’s 55th birthday.
Tomeeka Robyn Bracy Occupation
Bracy has lived in Los Angeles, California; Washington, DC; Oxon Hill and Temple Hill, Maryland; Fredericksburg, Virginia; and Atlanta, Georgia. Before she got married to Wonder, she worked
at ‘The Monroe School,’ in Washington, DC.