Ice Spice, a female artist, is succeeding in every way. Her image and profession are both exploding. She now has a new guy in her life who is lavishing her with attention.
According to Our sources, the stunning rapper is dating Golden State Warriors’ NBA sensation Jordan Poole.
And from what we’re hearing, her new boyfriend gave Ice Spice almost a quarter of his NBA salary after taxes on just their first night.
It costs money to date Ice Spice, who is regarded as the sexiest female artist in the world.
Jordan was very kind to Ice Spice on their first date, according to an acquaintance of hers who spoke with Unfiltered Loop.
This season, Jordan is earning $3,901,399 (or, $2 million after taxes and agent expenses). But don’t fret about Jordan’s finances; Sources haveconfirmed that he will earn close to $200M in a contract this offseason.
Jordan allegedly spent close to half a MILLION on Ice Spice during their “shopping” trip, according to her friend.
He took her shopping for an entire day, the friend said. They purchased clothing from brands like Gucci, Louis Vuitton, and others.
Then, the acquaintance claimed, Jordan made a decision to raise the stakes. He purchased her a brand-new Maybach vehicle.
Jordan Poole, 23, plays basketball professionally for the National Basketball Association’s Golden State Warriors. (NBA). He went to La Lumiere School in La Porte, Indiana, and Rufus King High School in Milwaukee. As a junior in 2016, he was chosen for the first team All-Wisconsin, and as a senior in 2017, he was a part of the team that won the Dick’s National High School Championship. Poole later represented the Michigan Wolverines in collegiate basketball. He played for Michigan on the 2017–18 squad that won the Big Ten tournament and made it to the season’s title game.
Poole, also known as “Poole Party,” played two seasons as a two-way player for the Warriors organization before starting in 2021 playing a crucial role in the rotation of the NBA team. He had the highest free throw rate in the NBA for the 2021–22 season, and the following year, while playing for the Warriors, he won the NBA title.