American fashion expert, Kijafa Frink is a founder of her own fashion website Pnkelephant.com. She has launched the hair extension brand MyHairCloset.com. She rose to fame after her wedding with the former NFL quarterback, Micheal Vick. The pair shares two children and living a happy married life.
Born in 1981, in Philadelphia, Kijafa Frink celebrates her birthday every year on December 15. As of 2019, she is at the age of 37 with the star sign of Sagittarius, which defines her personality as curious and energetic. There are no details of her father and mother.
Kijafa Frink is married to her beloved husband Michael Vick. The duo had a private wedding ceremony on June 30, 2012. In 2002, the couple met each other at a nightclub and started dating a romantic love life for more than ten years.
Moreover, the couple is blessed with their three children which include their two daughters, Jade Vick, and London Vick and one son Mitez Vick. Till date, the lovebirds share a blissful married life and living happily together with their children.
Kijafa Frink shares an estimated worth of $1 Million at present. She has collected a decent amount of money from her successful career. As we mentioned before, she manages two websites Pnkelephant.com and MyHairCloset.com, a hair extension brand, she surely has managed to keep such impressive net worth. Similarly, her husband, Micheal Vick worth around $15 Million.
Moreover, the couple owns a house that consists of seven bathrooms, a pool, five bedrooms and a home theater, and a coffee bar. They have a variety of car collections including Cadillac Escalade that costs around $74 Thousand.
By profession, Kijafa is the founder of her own fashion website Pnkelephant.com. In the same way, she launched the hair extension brand MyHairCloset.com.
Similarly, her husband Michael Vick is an American football coach for the Atlanta Legends of the Alliance of American Football. Also, he has appeared 13 seasons in the National Football League.
Her husband, Michael Vick is an American football coach of Alliance of American Football’s Atlanta Legends. He is a former quarterback who has played 13 seasons in the National Football League. He was hired by Fox Sports as an analyst for Fox NFL Kickoff, an American sports program, in 2017.