Who is P’Jae Compton?
P’Jae Compton is an American singer, businessman, entrepreneur, and reality TV personality who was part of season 1 of HBO Max’s original series, Sweet Life Los Angeles and now he has returned for season 2. The brand new TV series will be debuted on HBO Max on August 4.
P’Jae Compton Girlfriend
Compton is single and straight. He hasn’t shared details on his past datings, research on this is going on, and will soon update this section.
P’Jae Compton Education
Upon finishing his high school level, Compton went on and joined the California State University-Dominguez Hills where he received his bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services in 2018.
P’Jae Compton Parents, Siblings
He was born and grew up with his devoted parents in Los Angeles, California. P’Jae had unique parenting. Besides this, he has not revealed any information pertaining to his parents or siblings.
P’Jae Compton Height and Weight
Compton has an estimated height of 5 feet 10 inches and weighs around 77 kg.
P’Jae Compton Nationality/Ethnicity
Compton is an African-American by birth and holds black ethnicity.
P’Jae Compton Wikipedia
Compton hails from Los Angeles, California. Besides being a reality star, he is a singer. He is also an entrepreneur and businessman. P’Jae’s hopes for the show are that it inspires black guys to communicate and be open with their emotions.
P’Jae Compton The Sweet Life: Los Angeles
Compton is one of the participants in the upcoming TV series Sweet Life: Los Angeles’ on HBO Max. He was also a part of season 1 as a supporting member. Issa Rae unveiled the first unscripted show helmed by her firm, Hoorae. After its inaugural debut, the show is scheduled to return for its 2nd season on Thursday, August 4, with 4 new episodes. Each week, 3 new episodes will be released on HBO Max, with the 10-episode season concluding on August 18.
Sweet Life: Los Angeles focuses on a group of long-time friends who “offer a unique look at what it means to be Black, young, ambitious, and in constant pursuit of one’s dreams,” as they explore “navigate the relatable, and “themes of legacy, loyalty, and love” chaotic, mid-20s moments at the quarter-life mark and propel each other into adulthood successfully.”