Reality TV Star Keke Jabbar from ‘Love & Marriage: Huntsville’ Found Dead – Shocking Details Inside!

Huntsville, Alabama – Reality TV personality Keke Jabbar, known for her role in “Love & Marriage: Huntsville,” has passed away at the age of 42. The news of her death was confirmed by LaTisha Moore Scott, Jabbar’s cousin and fellow cast member on the OWN reality series. Scott took to social media to ask for privacy and respect during this difficult time for their family.

Jabbar’s passing was announced by YouTube vlogger Marcella Speaks, who shared a statement from the family revealing that the reality star passed away peacefully at home surrounded by loved ones. Described as a mother, sister, and dear friend, Jabbar’s vibrant personality and laughter will be greatly missed.

Throughout their time on the reality TV series, Jabbar and Scott were known for their tumultuous relationship, which often played out on screen. Tensions between the cousins led to dramatic moments, including a scene where Jabbar threw a drink at Scott’s face.

Earlier this year, Jabbar faced allegations of drug use and attempting to cheat on a drug test by using someone else’s urine. During the “Love & Marriage: Huntsville Reunion,” Jabbar denied any involvement with hard drugs and affirmed that she had been sober during filming. The producer, Carlos King, questioned Jabbar about her sobriety, to which she maintained her commitment to staying clean.

“Love & Marriage: Huntsville” follows the lives of three African-American couples in Huntsville, Alabama, as they work together on real estate ventures to revitalize the city through The Comeback Group. The franchise is produced by King’s Kingdom Reign Entertainment, with ITV America also involved in production.

The passing of Keke Jabbar marks a significant loss for the reality TV community, leaving fans and loved ones mourning the loss of a vibrant and spirited individual. The impact of her presence on the show and her dynamic personality will be remembered by those who knew her both on and off the screen.