Samuel Soba Biography
Samuel Soba is the husband of Soul Train Music Award winner, Keri Hilson. As far as his identity goes people knows him as a husband of a famous entertainer, songwriter Keri Hilson. Samuel Soba was born on December of 1982. He is an American and belongs to the Black American community. Though he is not a very popular name it is believed that he must be involved in singing and songwriting and he helps his wife in her music career.
Looking at the pictures it is obvious that Samuel Soba physical appearance is impressive. Samuel Soba and Keri Hilson met on 90's by their mutual friend and soon the couple started dating each other. After getting involved in romantic love relationships, the lovely couple ended up getting married with one another. Samuel and Keri got married on 17th of march, 2002. This couple together has one child named Jayden Soba. Despite Keri Hilson's husband being not a popular figure like her, the couple is very much happy with each other and children as it's hard to hear any rumors of this married couple getting divorced.
According to rumors, his beloved wife Keri have had some boyfriends, one of the famous rumor was Keri's affair with Oklahoma City Thunder Centre's Serge Ibaka. However, the Samuel and Keri are married for thirteen years and there are no disputes between the couple. There is also rumor of the couple's second child but the rumors are not confirmed by the couple. As we are acknowledged with Samuel's net worth but we can say that as Keri is his wife, her net worth is also Samuel's net worth. So the couple net worth is $25 million.Edit
Samuel Soba, husband of Keri Hilson a famous R&B and pop singer, entertainer and songwriter was born on December, 1982. He was born and raised in his hometown Cuyahoga, Ohio. Samuel belongs to black ethnicity.Edit
First Child Jayden Soba
Samuel Soba married his wife Keri in 2002 and after two years of successful marriage, the couple gave birth to their first son Jayden Soba on 6th February 2004. Jayden is now 13 years and is studying in the school of New York.Edit