Jelly Roll Celebrates His Life Partner And ‘Anchor’
Jelly Roll gushed about his wife Bunnie xo in a post celebrating her birthday this week (1/22) on Instagram.
Jelly wrote in a long post about the “love of his life” to his over two million followers, “Today we celebrate my wife’s birthday! I have watched this woman grow over the last 8 years in ways I can’t even describe. She is my anchor in every area of my life. She brings a sense of peace to every room she walks in. She makes people feel safe.”
He continued, “She creates a safe place for people to tell her how they feel. She is special in every way. To know where she came from and what she has made of herself is unbelievable. She taught me to not just weather the storm but to dance in the rain. She taught me how to build a deep-rooted friendship in our relationship that supersedes everything. My wife is the epitome of ‘sometimes God sends his most unlikely messengers with the biggest message.’ She’s playful, funny, loving, caring, charismatic, and strong. My wife is fearless. She is a strong, independent woman. I also admire how much she uplifts and empowers other women.”
The sweet husband concluded, “Mama Bear, I want you to know that I am head over heels in love with you. And somehow, every day, I wake up a little more in love than I was the day before. I love you so much .. thank you for being the anchor to our family. I love you.”
Jelly knows that he wouldn’t have made it long if he had experienced his current levels of success as a younger man.
Jelly posted a new interview podcast clip on his Instagram. In the video, Jelly says, “Money doesn’t create character, it reveals it. Same thing I believe about alcohol.” He added, “When I was a bad human, I drank a lot and became a worse human.”
In the clip, the host asks him about money and what changed for him after he got it. Jelly replied, “Lucky for me, none of it before success.” Jelly said he doesn’t think God blessed him with money “a day before.” He knew he was ready for it. He added that if he would have been given all the money he had now when he was younger, he “would have died.”