Jenni Rivera Cause of Death, Biography, Age, Parents, Husband, Children, Net Worth – Jenni Rivera was an American singer well-known for her work in the banda, mariachi, and Norte forms of regional Mexican music.
|Name:||Dolores Janney “Jenni” Rivera Saavedra|
|Spouse:||José Trinidad Marín (m. 1984; div. 1992)
Juan López (m. 1997; div. 2003)
Esteban Loaiza (m. 2010)
|Date of Birth:||July 2, 1969|
|Net Worth:||$25 million|
Jenni Rivera Biography
Jenni Rivera was born on 2nd July 1969 in Long Beach, California, United States. She died on December 9, 2012, at the age of 43 in Iturbide, Nuevo León, Mexico
Rivera was a fluent speaker of both languages. Her family taught her to banda, Nortel, and ranchera as well as other types of traditional Mexican music.
Up until the second semester of her sophomore year, when she was 15 and expecting Janney “Chiquis” Marn-Rivera, the first of her five children, Rivera maintained a perfect academic record.
She made a living selling CD at flea markets to support the two of them, while also attending a continuation school to earn her GED, graduating as the class valedictorian.
Jenni Rivera Cause of Death
She passed away following a tragic plane crash.
Jenni Rivera Age
She died at the age of 43 due to a plane crash
Jenni Rivera Height
Her height was 5 feet 1 inches or 155 cm. She had light brown hair with dark brown eyes.
Jenni Rivera Parents
Her parents were Rosa Saavedra and Pedro Rivera. Both of her parents are from Mexico.
Jenni Rivera Siblings
Her brother Lupillo is also a local Mexican musician, and her parents reared Rivera, her sister, and her four brothers in a close-knit musical family.
Jenni Rivera Nationality
She is a American
Jenni Rivera Career
In both life and death, she has been considered the most significant female figure and best-selling female musician in regional Mexican music by several media sites, including CNN, Billboard, Fox News, and The New York Times.
She was recognized as the “top Latin artist of 2013” and the “highest-selling Latin artist of 2013” by Billboard magazine.
Besides music, Rivera was renowned for his community service. She used her Love Foundation to support girls and women who had experienced sexual, physical, or emotional abuse.
With the release of the 2005 album Parrandera, Rebelde y Atrevida, which reached No. 10 on the Billboard Top Latin Albums chart, she started to have more sustained popularity.
By the beginning of 2013, Rivera has sold roughly 20 million albums globally. La Misma Gran Seora was released by Fonovisa Records on December 11, 2012, which was two days after she passed away.
The album debuted at No. 1 on the Top Latin Albums chart of Billboard, No. 1 on the Regional Mexican Albums chart of Billboard, and No. 1 on the Top 100 chart of Mexico.
Rivera received two posthumous Oye! Awards, which are Mexico's version of the Grammys. She was later crowned the “Top Latin Artist of 2013” by Billboard magazine.
After Rivera passed away, her family finished the project that she had been working on for years.
Her autobiography was made into a complete book that immediately shot to the top of the New York Times bestseller list.
Jenni Rivera Husband
She later wed José Trinidad Marn, the father of the child, and the couple had two additional children, Jacquel ine (born 1989) and Michael (born 1991).
However, she ended the marriage in 1992 due to physical and psychological abuse.
Her younger sister Rosie admitted in 1997 that Jenni's ex-husband, Mann, had molested her in the past and was currently doing the same to Chiquis.
A physical check revealed that he had treated Jacqie the same way. The molestation case was first filed in 1997, and Marn fled for nine years before being found in April 2006.
Jenni Rivera Children
Rivera had five kids from three different marriages. While still a senior in high school, she gave birth to Janney, sometimes known as Chiquis, in 1985.
Jenni Rivera Net Worth
Jennie Rivera has an estimated net worth of $25 million at the time of her death in 2012.
Her net worth consists of income from her work in the music industry and media and entertainment industry.
She has earned a spot on the Forbes list of the highest-paid deceased celebrities of 2013, earning an estimated $7 million since her death in 2012.