Brad Williams Wife Jasmine Gong is a fourth-degree Tae Kwon Do black belt holder. She is also trained in Hapkido, Arnis, Judo, and Eskabo Daan.
She became very famous after marrying comedian actor Brad Williams, but she has not publicly disclosed her family background and upbringing.
The two recently started their parenthood journey when they welcomed their first-born daughter on the 13th of January, 2020.
Does Brad Williams’ daughter have dwarfism?
The comedian revealed through Twitter that his daughter has achondroplastic dwarfism just like him.
The couple met through a dating app. Williams once told a fascinating story of how he signed up on an app called Feeld that connects people who are interested in polyamory.
The comedian had joined the app to have a threesome with two other women. One of those women was Jasmine, and she showed up for the meeting, but the other woman did not.
That allowed Williams and Jasmine to know each other and continued to talk. With time, they fell in love and started dating until they got married in 2017.
Jasmine Gong and her husband are into alternative sexual preferences.
Jasmine Williams and Brad Williams’ meeting in an app that connects people with interests in polyamory, kink, and other alternative sex preferences was not a once-off thing.
The two engaged in about 13 threesomes in their first three years together!
Comedian Brad Williams’ wife, Jasmine Gong, is of average height. She is 5 feet 6 inches tall, making her more than one foot and three inches taller than her husband.
As a Tae Kwon Do trainer, Jasmine runs a club at Jefferson Elementary. She also teaches two other martial arts clubs in San Francisco, US.
In 2006, Jasmine won double gold in that year’s National Tae Kwon Do Olympics for the junior category.
Brad Williams net worth 2021
The net worth of Brad Williams 2021 is estimated to be about $1 million.
Brad Williams Wife gave Birth to a Replica of her Husband
Brad Williams is an American stand-up comedian and actor, who has appeared in numerous films and television shows. He was born on January 13, 1984.
He was born with achondroplasia. Achondroplasia is a genetic disorder whose primary feature is dwarfism. In those with the condition, the arms and legs are short, while the torso is typical of normal length.
Those affected have an average adult height of 131 centimeters (4 ft 4 in) for males and 123 centimeters (4 ft) for females.
Other features include an enlarged head and a prominent forehead. Complications can include sleep apnea or recurrent ear infections.
The disorder does not generally affect intelligence. Williams has been confused with Jason “Wee Man” Acuña from Jackass because of their similar appearance.
In 2017, Williams married Tae Kwon Do instructor Jasmine Gong. In January 2020, the couple had a daughter.
In 2014, Williams made comments on the podcast Getting Doug with High during which he admitted to and described committing rape by fraud, an incident he allegedly facilitated with Carlos Mencia.
The episode was subsequently taken down, although clips of the episode reappeared on YouTube in 2019, prompting social media discussion about consent and widespread criticism of Williams’ actions.
On January 14, 2020, Williams tweeted an apology on Twitter where he claimed the story was fabricated and intended as a “joke”.