What is Rikkie Leigh Robertson Net Worth in 2021? Find Out All the Details of Her Wealth Here
Find out the net worth and earning details of former wife Rikkie Leigh Robertson of Mexican-American singer A.B. Quintanilla III.
Abraham Isaac 'A.B.' Quintanilla III is a Mexican-American singer and songwriter. He is the older brother of 'The Queen of Tejano music' Selena. He became a member of the band Los Dinos in 1980, alongside Selena, his other sister Suzette, and his father, Abraham.
A. B. Quintanilla was married to his longtime girlfriend Rikkie Leigh Robertson in 2011, but they separated in 2016. Not many people know about her, so we compiled some details of her career and net worth below.
What is Rikkie Leigh Robertson Net Worth in 2021?
The exact net worth of A. B. Quintanilla's former wife, Rikkie Leigh Robertson, is not known publicly. It is because she is very secretive regarding her career and earnings and prefers to keep her financial details out of the limelight.
Rikkie Leigh Robertson lives a middle-class lifestyle. As she is not a prominent personality, we believe her estimated net worth might be $60,000 as of February 2021. This amount of wealth is the typical fortune of an average middle-class American citizen.
Rikkie Leigh Robertson's estimated net worth might be $60,000 as of February 2021.
A.B. Quintanilla and Rikkie Leigh Robertson dated for ten years before they got married on November 12, 2011. Their dating relationship lasted for a long time, but they could not sustain their marriage. On July 15, 2016, Quintanilla made an announcement that after a concert that he was getting divorced from his wife. The two do not have any children together.
Though A.B. Quintanilla had no children from his marriage with Rikkie Leigh Robertson, he did have kids from his other relationships. He shares eight children, including a son Svani and a daughter Martika with his first wife, Vangie.
Additionally, A. B. Quintanilla had five other sons and one daughter born between 2002 and 2007. He also has a granddaughter.
A Little About the Career Beginnings of A.B. Quintanilla
A.B. Quintanilla learned to play the guitar and bass during his stay in Lake Jackson, Texas. He later became a member of the successful band Los Dinos alongside his sisters Selena and Suzette and his father, Abraham. He also became Selena's producer afterward.
A.B. Quintanilla learned to play the guitar and bass during his stay in Lake Jackson, Texas.
Quintanilla co-wrote some hit songs like 'Como la Flor' and 'Amor Prohibido' with Selena. Selena was murdered on March 31, 1995, which devastated him. He helped produce 'Como Te Extraño' ('How I Miss You') by Pedro 'Pete' Astudillo, which was written for Selena as well as Astudillo's late grandmother.
After going through a period of coping with his sister's murder, A.B. Quintanilla returned to creating music in 1999. He created the music group Kumbia Kings, which mixed cumbia and pop music. The band went on an international tour and released several CDs.
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