Princess Love, Ray J, Poker

Ray J’s Wife, Princess Love, Among Top 45 In World Poker Tour Championship

Princess Love took to Instagram on Tuesday, Dec. 19 to announce her placement in the Top 45 of the World Poker Tour Championship

Ray J might’ve had an issue with his wife flying out to Las Vegas to play poker. But it looks like her passion for the game is paying off!

Love & Hip Hop star Princess Love took to Instagram on Tuesday, Dec. 19 to announce her placement in the top 45 of the World Poker Tour Championship. It’s quite the feat, considering the thousands that join the world competition.

“Going into Day 5 of the $10,000 WPT World Championship Main Event with 45 people left out of 3,835 entries. By the way I made quads 3 times! Let’s go 🤞🏽🏆🍀 #PokerP @worldpokertour,” she captioned her post.

The married mother of two received swarms of support from her followers, including one comment from the World Poker Tour who told Princess “Let’s Go!!!!”

Her post came one day after 132 players returned to Wynn Las Vegas hoping to win the $5,678,000 first place prize, Poker News reported. However, by the day’s end, one-third of them were sent home, including popular contenders like Igor Kurganov (48th place for $111,300), Upeshka De Silva (76h place for $60,800), WPT ambassador Brad Owen (88th place for $53,500) and 2009 world champion Joe Cada (108th place for $41,900).

The last season of Love & Hip Hop: Miami followed Ray J and Princess Love’s marital woes as Ray J expressed his initial opposition to Princess playing poker in Las Vegas. But his feelings have clearly changed, as he’s been front and center in Las Vegas supporting his wife throughout the competition.

“She’s never played in this kind of atmosphere, so we here supporting,” Ray J said.

“I’m squatting in the room, coming down and coming back up. But, hey, she feels good, so we might be lucky this year.”

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