But, today, LeToya Luckett is a successful actress with a starring role in the hit OWN show, Greenleaf.
But a recent report suggests that Luckett's second husband has been unfaithful to her. These are, of course, very serious accusations — which he, perhaps unsurprisingly, responded to rather quickly.
And now, just three months after LeToya gave birth to the couple's second child together, she and her hubby of over three years have called it quits.
Who is LeToya Luckett's husband, Tommicus Walker — and did he cheat on her?
Keep reading for all the juicy details about their relationship.
Tommicus Walker is an entrepreneur from Dallas.
Tommicus Walker is an entrepreneur who's originally from Dallas, TX.
Luckett met him when her friend, Nikki Chu, set them up — Walker is Chu's boyfriend's brother.
The pair hit it off instantly and on their first date, Walker flew out to Los Angeles with his daughter, Madison, who he has from a previous relationship, so they could properly meet. He proposed to her during a surprise birthday party she set up for him.
Luckett and Walker have two children together.
While Luckett had never been a mother before, Walker has a child named Madison from a previous relationship.
Luckett was only briefly married to her first husband but it didn't take long after Walker's proposal for the couple to settle down into married life, and they have a young daughter named Gianna, who was born on January 4, 2019.
Walker and Luckett hit a rough patch.
Luckett and Walker — who star in the hit VH1 show, Friends and Family Hustle — recently went through a rough patch.
Walker was dealing with the death of his mother, Ma Ruby, and Luckett suggested that he undergo some counseling. But Luckett also said that Walker couldn't deal with his mother's death appropriately and as a result, she said he was "low on patience" with her.
Shortly after Walker came back from the counseling session, he abruptly left Los Angeles to return to Dallas, claiming that he wanted to see his daughter, Madison.
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This all was shown on an episode of Friends and Family Hustle, which you can see in the video above.
Did Tommicus Walker cheat on LeToya Luckett?
This woman, who was not named, reportedly had proof that she and Walker had been intimate in the form of "sex tapes."
The sex tape, which was allegedly vetted by The Shade Room, seemed to be legitimate and featured a man with the same tattoo that Walker has in honor of his late mother.
Walker responded to the cheating allegations.
Almost immediately, Walker took to Instagram to respond to the claims.
Though he didn't outright deny cheating on Luckett, he claimed that "the devil was busy" and "will not win."
He also asked his followers to "pray for" Luckett and hoped that she didn't go into pre-term labor over these allegations. You can check out the post below.
Luckett and Walker called it quits in Jan. 2021.
A little over three months after Luckett gave birth to the couple's second child, the former Destiny's Child singer took to Instagram to announce that she and Walker called it quits.
"After very prayerful consideration, Tommicus and I have decided to get a divorce," Luckett wrote in a post on Jan. 11.
"It is my deepest desire for us to be loving coparents and keep a peaceful environment out of respect for our children. Please understand our need for privacy. Thank you in advance for your prayers, support & space to heal as we tread through this challenging time," she added.
Walker also announced the split on his Instagram, writing, "We remain committed to our family as co-parents and we ask that you please respect our privacy and the safety of our children at this time. We happily remain committed as caring friends with great love and respect for one another."
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