Who is KJ Smith dating? On Monday, 6 September, KJ Smith posted a photo alongside Sistas co-star Skyh Alvester Black. Although neither Smith nor Black have confirmed the status of their relationship, it seems like we will be seeing more of them in the future.
Who is KJ Smith?
Khaneshia “KJ” Smith is an American actress and model.
The 36-year-old actress from Tallahassee, Florida, began her acting career on comedy shows such as Conan, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, and It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia.
She later guest-starred on Being Mary Jane, Dynasty, and Black-ish.
Most recently, Smith was cast as high-powered attorney Andi Barnes in Tyler Perry’s comedy-drama series, Sistas, which premiered in October 2019.
After a two-hour special that brought in almost three million viewers, Sistas was renewed for a third season thanks to its enormous success.
Smith has also appeared as Deborah in Netflix’s suspense thriller Fatal Affair alongside Nia Long and Omar Epps.
Who is KJ Smith dating?
On Monday, 6 September, Smith posted a photo alongside Sistas co-star Skyh Alvester Black.
The actress wrote: “Miami you owe us nothing…”
On the same day, Black posted a series of photos with Smith using that same description.
The photos show Smith and Black holding hands during a glam night out in Miami – and let’s face it, they look pretty close.
Fans and friends have taken to the stars’ Instagram with good luck wishes.
One comment read: “Yaaaaaaaaas @kjsmithofficial I am so here for this! I so love seeing you SHINE!!!! Proud of all your accomplishments over here like a #BigSister.”
Another one read: “Congratulations on your relationship.”
Smith and Black acted together in Tyler Perry’s Sistas – Smith as Andrea ‘Andi’ Barnes and Black as Jacobi.
Neither Smith nor Black have confirmed the status of their relationship, but it seems like we will be seeing more of them in the future.
Meet Skyh Alvester Black
Skyh Alvester Black is a dancer and actor.
He has hit the stage with international stars Beyoncé, Rihanna, Tamar Braxton and Mariah Carey, among others.
His talents eventually earned him a full scholarship at the coveted School Of American Ballet, the official school of New York City Ballet.
With little support and no money, Black sold all his possessions and purchased a one-way ticket to Los Angeles.