Chrissy Monroe Biography
Chrissy Monroe, born Christina Chrissy Castranda, is an American TV personality who starred on the show Love and Hiphop: New York. She was born in 1972 and at the age of 29 she moved to New York City and signed with Pabst Brewing Company as a model and brand ambassador. She owns LeJeu Entertainment, a full spectrum development talent agency, and is an aspiring host and writer.
While on the show (Love & Hip Hop), Chrissy was dating the re-known music producer, Chink Santana. In 2015, she joined the contributing staff of Hip Hop Weekly with a column, Love Talk in which subscribers and readers asked Chrissy for advice on relationships and life experiences.
She was also on Shakedown, a popular dance show at the age of 21. She was also featured on Michael Moore’s The Aweful Truth and landed a recurring role on Mo’Nique’s Comedy Club.
Chrissy Monroe Age
She was born on 7th September 1972 in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. She is 46 years old as of 2018.
Chrissy Monroe Boyfriend | Husband | Relationship
Back in 2015, she was dating the music producer, Chink Santana but they broke up. Since then she has been chasing bad boys and she is now 46 years old and not yet married.
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Monroe was born in a family of five in Baltimore. She is the youngest in her family. She also described her childhood as being hard.
Chrissy Monroe Career
She moved to New York at the age of 29 after Pabst Brewing Company hired her as a model. She then started working for VH1 on the show, Love and HipHop. She launched her own company, LeJeu Entertainment which is a development agency for talents and modelling.
She also has her own non-profit organization, Survive to Thrive Global, which provides resources and hope for both men and women who are living with and have survived domestic violence. She has also served in the board of directors of Celebrity Talk.
Chrissy Monroe Love And Hip Hop
Love and Hip Hop is a reality TV show aired on VH1. The show premiered on March 6th, 2011 and show cases the lives of several people in New York City involved in hip hop. The series has a large ensemble cast. Over eight seasons, 28 women have appeared in the opening credits as leading cast members.
The show features a sprawling supporting cast, with 52 people credited as “additional cast” or “featured” in the show’s end credits. These secondary cast members appear in green screen confessional segments and (for the most part) have the same amount of screen time and storyline focus as the show’s main cast members. Over the years, several supporting cast members have been upgraded to lead.
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Chrissy Monroe Domestic Violence
She has her own non-profit organization, Survive to Thrive Global, which provides resources and hope for both men and women who are living with and have survived domestic violence.
Chrissy Monroe Net Worth
Chrissy has an estimated net worth of $600 thousand.
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Hip-hop stars fight domestic violence at New York event
Published on: October 21, 2018
On 21st October 2018, some of the biggest names in hip-hop were all under one roof in Manhattan to bring awareness to the issue of domestic violence.
Fat Joe, Tony Sunshine, Remy Ma, Papoose and Rah Digga were showing their love for former “VH1 Love” cast member and domestic abuse survivor Chrissy Monroe, who founded Survive to Thrive Global.
“After pressing charges and five year order of protection, my abuser got only three months and I was very angry and I thought ‘I have a social media following and it’s a blessing,’” Monroe told PIX11.
With 219 thousand social media followers, Monroe was honored at this fundraiser for helping so many victims of domestic violence.
“I spent six and half years in prison and many of the women there were there for domestic violence in cases where nothing was done,” Remy Ma, hip-hop star, told PIX 11.
Her husband, Papoose, said “I don’t think any man should put a hand on a woman. You should treat a woman like your mother,”
There was even a female empowering fashion show with clothes designed by Layana Aguilar of “Project Runway” fame.
“To me, women are super heroes, my warriors,” Layana Aguilar, the fashion designer, told PIX11. “And women need to be treated the same as men, equal pay for equal work.”
If you or someone you know are a victim of domestic violence, the organizers of Thrive to Survive Global want you to get in touch for help.