Bella Poarch files for divorce from 'secret husband' Tyler after a hush-hush marriage four years ago
Bella Poarch has kept her personal life a secret with no photos or even posts about her husband Tyler anywhere
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: TikTok star Bella Poarch, who has been secretly married for nearly four years, has filed for a divorce in Los Angeles County. According to the legal documents obtained by TMZ, Poarch, whose legal name is Denarie Poarch, is opting to end things with her husband Tyler after tieing the knot in 2019.
The 'Inferno' singer stated the reason for seperation as "irreconcible differences." Poarch has reportedly never mentioned or featured her husband on any of her social media accounts. Poarch has kept her personal life under wrap ever since she rose to stardom in 2020. Nobody has even spotted a wedding ring on her. Since then, she has garnered a whopping 92.3 million followers on the video-hosting service while being married to her "secret" husband.
Bella Poarch has filed for divorce from secret husband, Tyler Poarch, after secretly being married for 4 years, TMZ reports https://t.co/qSqZjfEQO1— NGSPY (@ngspy_) November 6, 2022
According to the TMZ report, the singer may have posted pictures of Tyler on her social media previously. However, she has gotten rid of any traces of him, leaving no trace whatsoever. The now former couple don't have any children and she has not asked for any spousal support. Poarch has also decided on keeping her last name.
Poarch is among the many TikTokers who have tried their luck in the music industry. She released her first single 'Build A B***h' in May 2021. The music video has gained 426 million views since. She released her debut EP 'Dolls' on August 12 which includes her previous tracks 'Build A B***h' and 'Inferno' as well as the title track 'Dolls', 'Living Hell', 'Villain' and 'No Mans Land', which features Grimes.
"I’m really excited to release my first EP after starting this journey during lockdown. ‘Dolls’ is my personal story of challenges and growth over time that I hope my fans can relate to," she said, according to NME. "I want people to feel empowered and confident when they hear my EP," she said, adding, "It holds strong messages while sounding fun, dark and sweet. Each song has its own unique way of saying, 'I’m a bad b****h, so don’t mess with me.'"
"I'm a mixture of quiet and humble, but I also could be loud and unrestricted. Through my music, I’m able to incorporate so many things I love, like anime and my favourite movies, but music lets me express my feelings and opinions about a lot of things I’m not able to say," she concluded.