What is Zelie Timothy's ethnicity? Meet Tyrese Gibson's new girlfriend

Olivia Olphin April 28, 2021

What is Zelie Timothy’s ethnicity? Tyrese Gibson and his new girlfriend shocked fans by going live on Instagram and shaving Zelie Timothy’s bikini line. While fans are still getting over sharing in this intimate moment, we give you all the details about Zelie Timothy’s age, career and relationship.

Meet Tyrese Gibson’s girlfriend Zelie Timothy

Zelie Timothy is a model and influencer, and currently has over 375,000 followers on her Instagram.

She was born on 29 July 1995 and is 25 years old. There is a 17 year age gap between her and 42-year-old boyfriend Tyrese Gibson.

Gibson is best known for his work in the Fast and Furious movie franchise.

Zelie Timothy also has her own YouTube channel where she documents personal experiences such as her breast augmentation and details about starting her own business.

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Alongside making money through endorsement deals on Instagram, Timothy is currently the founder of The Lash Mansion, selling fake eyelashes.

While many fans found Tyrese shaving his girlfriend’s private area on Instagram a little bit odd, Timothy posted lightheartedly on her recent photo:

“For all the haters worried about MY coochie .. No razor bumps this morning by the way 😂😂”

It seems that the pair have found the humour in the strong fan reaction to their livestream.

What is Zelie Timothy’s ethnicity?

Zelie Timothy was born in the Dominican Republic, but raised in Jacksonville, Florida and Atlanta, Georgia.

Timothy is mixed race, however, the Instagram star has not shared the names of her parents, or details of her family.

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It appears that the influencer is very loved up with her new actor-beau. However, many fans have suggested that the couple leave the shaving off of their Instagram pages.

Olivia Olphin is an English Literature graduate and a film and literature fanatic. She has many years of reviewing experience, recently working as accredited press for the London Film Festival. She has also written widely about culture and sex education, as well as LGBTQ+ and women's issues.