Fonzworth Bentley Welcomes a Baby Girl with Wife

Photo Credit: Instagram
Photo Credit: Instagram

By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

Most of us are were introduced to Fonzworth Bentley when he took up the tough job of being P. Diddy’s personal assistant and personal valet, but he’s managed to do even more things since working with the head honcho of Bad Boy Records. After making his memorable appearance on season two of  MTV’s “Making the Band,” he then went on to host “From G’s to Gents.” When he’s not making songs with Kanye West or writing books, he’s still the husband to Faune Chambers Watkins. The happy couple has plenty to celebrate these days as they exclusively confirmed to US Magazine they welcomed their first child to the world late last month. The couple had a daughter and Fonzworth tells the publication the details of Zoie Alecia Watkins’ arrival. He also brags on his wife giving birth without using any pain meds:

“Faune was in labor for 23 hours and pushed for four-and-a-half hours, all without pain meds. There was no IV or anything. She did amazing and I’m so proud of her.

“We love our baby girl. There’s nothing like holding a miracle. Besides no pain meds, Faune gave birth at 6:26 a.m., but we left the hospital at 7:30 p.m. that night.”


Fonzworth Bentley also says he still keeps in touch with Kanye West and all they talk about now is fatherhood:

“Talking about being fathers is our number one conversation now. It’s awesome entering this next phase of life with a friend.”


Fonzworth is set to appear in the sequel “Think Like a Man Too.” Congrats to Fonzworth and his wife Faune.


  1. I thought he was gay and still do. No grown heterosexual man is going to be okay with toting around an umbrella for Diddy.

  2. Some of yall are a trip. He’s into fashion but I don’t think that means he’s gay. Congrats to them anyway.

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