Is P-Valley’s Lil Murda married in real life? | Television & Radio | Showbiz and television
Lil Murda (played by J Alphonse Nicholson) is an up-and-coming P-Valley rapper, having started at The Pynk and now being recognized by major artists for his work. The Starz drama originally saw him shout profanities at club dancers and generally be disrespectful to those around him. But season two showed that Lil Murda had a soft side and many other layers to his character.
WARNING: This article contains P-Valley spoilers.
The second season of P-Valley featured flashbacks to Lil Murda’s past, showing what happened during his time in prison.
The series also explored his strong friendship and romantic relationship with his bodyguard Big Tek (John Clarence Stewart).
Lil Murda was in a relationship with Uncle Clifford (Nicco Annan) but fired her as he was struggling with his sexuality.
He revived Big Tek at the end of episode four, Demetrius, which got Lil Murda thinking about what he really wants from his life.
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Is P-Valley’s Lil Murda married in real life?
Lil Murda in P-Valley is played by actor and drummer J Alphonse Nicholson.
Prior to starring in the Starz drama, he had been in Blue Bloods, Hit A Lick, The Blacklist, Chicago PD, FBI Most Wanted, and Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam CJ Walker.
While Nicholson plays a gay character in P-Valley, he is married to a woman in real life.
The 36-year-old actor’s wife is Nafeesha Nicholson, who he reportedly married a few years ago.
He has shared a number of photos with his wife Nafeesha over the years.
Before Christmas, Nicholson posted a photo of them together after being away from home filming the final season of P-Valley.
He wrote, “It was hard being away from my family while filming Season 2.
“It was wonderful having Nafeesha come to town for a quick visit.
“We spent time together and made a puzzle. Being able to spend time with someone I love is so important this season.
“Nothing like family, good laughs, good food and a trip to @target, especially during the holidays.” (sic)