Who is Brooke Bailey's husband? 'Basketball Wives' star divorced Ronnie Holland
The reality star Brooke revealed she’s no longer married, while saying, 'Single sounds better than stupid'
Reality TV star and personality Brooke Bailey rose to fame through her appearance on 'Basketball Wives'. Today, she is also a famed social media sensation.
Now a businesswoman, the VH1 reality show TV star Bailey is often seen on social media promoting Skin by Brooke Bailey, a luxury skincare line that she owns and promotes. Up until recently, she used to post snaps with her longtime lover and husband, Ronnie Holland. In January of this year, her story on Instagram read, "Wife sounds better than girlfriend but single sounds better than stupid", with a gif that said, "Yes. I’m single". It sure does seem like this BBWLA star is right where she wants to be.
Brooke Bailey and Ronnie Holland had a high-profile wedding back in 2014. Pictures from their wedding were all over social media, and she often took to speaking on the concept of marriage. So it didn't go unnoticed when she suddenly put a halt to sharing any PDA on the Internet.
Today, Bailey is proudly letting it be known that she’s a happy, single woman. A second Instagram story that seems to be tied to her divorce read, "Endings can be peaceful". It goes without saying and makes it crystal clear that things between her and Ronnie have ended for good.
After their extravagant wedding in 2014, the former couple even had their vows renewed in 2016 in Malibu, California. While it is unclear as to when exactly the duo decided to part ways, the mother of 3 seems to have removed all pictures off of her Instagram that have anything remotely to do with the marriage or her ex.
In 2014, prior to tying the knot with Ronnie, Bailey talked to theJasmineBrand about her relationships from the past. She said,
"The next person that’s with me, like if you eff with me, you’re stuck with me. That’s it. The first time I got married I was like 20 and the second time I got married, I knew I should not have been marrying him but I was like, "I’m going to do it for my kids", which was the wrong decision. I did that and it didn’t work out but I knew that when I was getting myself into it that it wasn’t the right thing to do and I was in my early 20’s then too".
Stay tuned for Season 10 of 'Basketball Wives', which premieres on May 16, 2022, at 8/7c, only on VH1