Malaysia Pargo Net Worth
Malaysia – a Brief Introduction
Net is one of a handful in the string to be actually more than a Baby Mama. Net is wed to Jannero Pargo as well as the two have three kids. She named her three beats Jewelry line after the two. The two signify her three pulses. It is a children’s jewelry line.
Malaysia took Brandi’s position to the very first season of Basketball Wives LA. Although we’re just getting to meet Brandi surprisingly it was Brandi who got Malaysia to the series in the first place. Basketball Wives producers felt she wanted a buddy to be considered for the series. Well unfortunately Brandi was still turned down and the producers went with Malaysia rather.
Her net worth is $3 million. Most her gains are from her husband NBA player Jannero who now plays for the Charlotte Bobcats. He’s played abroad and lately was cut in the Atlanta Hawks and is playing for the Bobcats who now have one of the worst stats in the league. His current salary is $1.3 million. Over his career he is only brought in $17 million which is exactly what the typical NBA player makes a year.
Her current salary in the series is over $100,000. The show is in it’s third season and has went through some major cast changes. It was initially reported the cast was altered to bring new drama to the series but there was already enough beefing and cat fighting going on in season 1 and two. The actual dilemma was Laura, Gloria and Brooke desired leading pay raises and I am talking about NeNe Leakes junk. Jackie, Draya and Malaysia now are paid over $100k for the current season.
Malaysia met Jackie’s husband Jannero at a celebration in la. He was lately drafted to thee Los Angeles Lakers and Jackie was living in Compton California at the time. Now nearly 12 years after Jackie has the ring as well as the three kids to demonstrate their legality of their relationship. She’s one of the few around the current season wed to an NBA player.
Her little brother Jeremy Pargo lost his contract together with the 76ers in 2013. After only 3 years in the NBA he’s now in Russia with a much smaller contract. He was bringing in $2 million in 2012 with the 76ers and is currently bringing in $200K.