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Trina Braxton Net Worth

Trina Braxton net worth
Net Worth$1,000,000
Full NameTrina Evette Braxton
Date of Birth/AgeDecember 3, 1974 (age 44)
Source of wealthActress, Singer, Television Personality
Country of originU.S.
State/City of originSevern, Maryland
Last Updated2019

Net Worth

Trina Braxton’s net worth is $1 million.

How Did Trina Braxton Make Her Money?

Trina Braxton is a singer, actress and reality TV star. Her money has mostly come from her appearances on a long-running reality TV show, her music recordings, and her work as a backup singer.

Along with her four sisters, she began singing as a group at an early age. Trina Braxton has pursued a career in entertainment.

Her older sister Toni Braxton is a major star, but Trina Braxton has pursued several of her own entertainment and business interests.


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Starting Young

She and her sisters began performing at an early age with four of her sisters. The group sang pop, R&B and gospel music.

As the Braxtons, they were offered a record deal, but they never achieved major commercial success.

Their first and only album, So Many Ways, came out in 1996. It did not produce any hit singles. Around that time, their older sister Toni Braxton was offered a recording contract as a solo singer.

The record executive who signed the deal said he was not looking for a “girl group” at the time, because he had just signed TLC.


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Sister’s Success

Toni Braxton went on to a phenomenally successful solo career and is regarded as one of the iconic R&B singers of the 1990s.

Toni Braxton released a number of chart-topping hits and toured nationally and internationally.

The other sisters worked as Toni Braxton’s backup singers during her live shows and music videos. They were also chief sources of support during her divorce and her diagnosis with lupus.

The Braxtons also served as the opening act for Toni Braxton’s European tour in 1997. The group split up when sister Tamar, who was the lead singer, left to pursue a solo career in 1998.

Trina had always had an interest in acting, and in 2004 she was cast in the Tyler Perry play Meet the Browns. She played Deena Jones in an off-Broadway production of Dreamgirls.


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Reality Television

In 2010, television executives approached the Braxton sisters about a reality show based on their lives together.

At first, Toni Braxton was reluctant to take part, saying that she wanted at least some of her life kept out of the public eye.

The other sisters prevailed, however, and Braxton Family Values debuted in 2011.

The first season, it was the top-ranked reality show on WE TV, and the network ordered a second season of the show after just the third episode.


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Emily Fernandez net worth reached $1,000,000 by 2019.

New Singles

In 2012, Braxton attempted to restart her recording career. She released a solo single, “Party or Go Home.” In 2013, she released another single, “Game Time.”

The same year, she sang “Christmas, Don’t Be Late” by Alvin and the Chipmunks on her sister Tamar’s album Winter Loversland.

Braxton released a new album, Crash and Burn, in 2014 and another one, On Earth, in 2018.

She continued acting as well. In 2014, she landed a role in the TV movie Where’s the Love?, appearing with David Banner and Denise Boutte.

That same year, she and her sisters Toni and Tamar appeared on their sister Traci’s music video for the song “Last Call.”

In 2018, Trina Braxton got to be the star of her own show as host of Sister Circle on the TV One and TEGNA networks.


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Current Status

Braxton continues to host her talk show and pursue her business interests. She has opened a restaurant and is involved in a hair care line, a recording studio and other ventures.


During most of the early seasons of Braxton Family Values, Braxton and her husband Gabe Solis frequently had marital problems. In 2013, Braxton filed for divorce, but they reconciled later.

In 2015, she filed for divorce again. This time, the divorce went through. Solis was later diagnosed with cancer and died at the age of 43.

Braxton has two children that she had with Gabe Solis. In March 2019, Braxton announced her engagement to Von Scales, a St. Louis, Missouri, businessman who owns the Pro IV Chronic Pain Center.


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Interesting Facts About Trina Braxton

  • She owns an Atlanta recording studio named The Bass Mint.
  • She launched a line of bartending products called Bar-Chix.
  • She also owns a music and film production company called Soltri Entertainment.

Favorite Quotes From Trina Braxton

“Growing up, we had a lot of fun as sisters. We made our own videos, we made our own songs, we even made up our own television shows. We were all girls, and we only had each other. Our father was a minister, so we were not allowed to go to other people’s houses or anything like that. We only had each other to play with, and we made it fun.”

“Let me tell you something, I work out, I do. I work out every day. However, if I find that there is something I need to change or enhance, then I would have no qualms about doing plastic surgery. I would have zero qualms about that.”


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Trina Braxton Success Tips

“Working with your family is therapeutic at times and wild at times and sad at times. It’s also going to be happy at times. I mean, it is a roller coaster and that is what family is. It’s a roller coaster. Good, bad, right and wrong or indifferent!”