Jesseca Harris-Dupart is more than Da Brat’s wife. The Kaleidoscope Hair mogul sat down with BLACK ENTERPRISE to dish on her wife’s first pregnancy, what to expect in Season 3 of their hit reality show Brat Loves JudyShe shares her inspirational journey from being a single mom to three children as a homeless teenager to becoming a multimillionaire business mogul.
Harris-Dupart opened up about her mental and emotional state before welcoming her fourth child, Da Brat.
“I think I haven’t wrapped my head around it,” she admitted before teasing their gender reveal, where the happy couple revealed they’re having a boy. She also mentioned the items she had purchased to prepare for their new bundle of joy.
WeTV’s star took us back to Harris-Dupart’s beginnings as an entrepreneur. She started as a hairdresser and opened her salon. But her dreams became a reality as soon as they were realized. Harris-Dupart was unwavering in her determination from the beginning.
She managed to open her salon, and then rebuild it after it was destroyed by fire.
“I was a rebellious teen. Had kids at 15, 17, and 19 so I definitely had my hands full,” she admitted.
Harris-Dupart remembered the early struggles of building a business while also being a mom. This included taking her kids to work many times. After reopening her salon in 2014, she launched Kaleidoscope Hair Products, currently sold at major retailers, including Target, Sally Beauty, CVS, and Walmart.
She broke a Guinness Record by donating hair-growth products to LGBTQ+ organizations. Harris-Dupart and her spouse have been a strong advocate for the beauty of love.
Their pregnancy was announced on People magazine’s cover earlier this year. Da Brat wore an old-school gangster outfit while flaunting her baby bump. Their pregnancy, it’s a new experience for Brat, who, at 48, never thought becoming a mom was in the cards for her.
Harris-Dupart works hard to support her wife as she carries their first child.
“I have tried to help her educate herself,” Harris-Dupart said of her wife.
“No question is too silly to me because not only is she a first-time mom, but she never did any research on this because she never expected to be here.”
She also discussed some complications with her wife having a “geriatric pregnancy.”
“I make sure to make time to reach out to our doctors, whatever it is she wants to eat because we have what’s called a geriatric pregnancy, when you over 40 that’s what they call it,” she explained.
They are going to openly share their experiences with pregnancy on the new site “Brat Loves Judy” Season on WeTV, airing in April 27.
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