Melissa Heholt is an event planner, manager, and the wife of Jermaine Lamarr Cole, an American German hip hop artist better known by his stage name J.Cole.
Who is Melissa Heholt?
Melissa Heholt was born in the United States on October 10, 1987, and belonged to the Afro-American ethnicity.
Melissa Heholt is a professional event planner and executive director of the non-profit organization Dreamville Foundation, owned by her husband. Her husband, J.Cole, is an American hip-hop artist.
Melissa, after completing her bachelor’s degree in health administration, made an immediate effort to apply for different jobs, but after working in several positions, she wasn’t able to fulfill her need and couldn’t pay her bills; therefore, she decided to obtain a Master degree in elementary education.
Melissa is always happy to see children, so she decided to get a teaching job to teach them, but she soon lost interest and resigned.
Melissa enjoyed event planning and management so much that she decided to work as an apprentice for Makini Regal Design, an event management company. She gained a great deal of experience from there and eventually became an expert.
Melissa later decided to launch her own company, Statice Events, where she managed and planned various events. Since then, the company has grown significantly.
Melissa is also the executive director of her husband’s charitable organization., Dreamville Foundation. The Fayetteville, North Carolina-based organization, founded in October 2011, assists youths in realizing their full potential through positive experiences.
When Did J.Cole And Melissa Get Marry?
Cole and Melissa were college sweethearts and first met each other when they attended St. John’s university. The couple got engaged in 2015 after dating for a long time and reportedly got married in 2016.
Cole and Melissa are very private about their life and haven’t shared much information; however, in 2018, J. Cole gave an interview with radio host Angie Martinez in which he stated that he had a son.
Cole then, in July 2020, revealed that he now has two children.
In the Independent, he stated that he had “two sons.”
“I’ve been blessed with two sons and learned the delicate art of balancing parenthood and career, i had the pleasure of working with a number of talented artists as a featured rapper, spent 10 magical days in Atlanta recording a Dreamville album, and put a lot of energy and time into sharpening my sword and growing as an artist,” he said.