Angelica Nwandu Biography – Age

Last Updated on September 8, 2018 by mybiohub

We bring to you this lady, Angelica Nwandu who was born in 1990. She’s the founder of The Shade Room, an Instagram-based media company focused on celebrity gossip. The Shade room Instagram page is being referred to as Instagram’s TMZ by the New York Times. Let’s take a look at what Angelica Nwandu has to say about her humble beginning;

After losing her mom to domestic violence, Angelica became an orphan in America’s brutal culture shock society. She narrates to Cosmopolitan;

When I was 6 years old, I lost my mother at the hands of my father to domestic violence, and I entered the foster care system. Trying to cope with the pain and confusion of the situation led to me getting in trouble in school. I was angry all the time, and I was fighting a lot with other kids. When I was 12, I met one of my mentors, Zaid Gayle, from Peace for Kids. It’s a program that helps foster youth find creative outlets to let their anger out. I joined the poetry program because I didn’t want to do anything else like music or art. Writing became my therapy. I stopped fighting. I was doing well in school. I started to see myself as different than my circumstances.

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I went to Loyola Marymount University on a full scholarship. I studied accounting and human resources. My biggest concern was that I had to support myself. Who else was going to help me?

After graduation in 2012, I was hired to work with a senior accountant at a motorcycle shop in Los Angeles. I did the daily grunt work of paperwork and filing taxes.

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According to website valuation software, The Shade Room website is worth $23 million.