Who Is Jairus Kersey? Meet Acacia Kersey Husband & Family As She Announces Quitting As An Influencer

Who is Acacia Kersey’s husband, Jairus Kersey? Jairus is a lead vocalist of the alternative rock band ‘Alive Like Me’. He has a very supportive family. 

In an Instagram post, Acacia, 23, revealed her decision to stop influencing and take a break from social media.

She’s finished monetizing her life, she added and has decided it’s “time to move on” after months of deliberation. The disadvantages of being an influencer eventually outnumber the advantages.

Jairus Kersey’s exact date of birth details are yet to be mentioned. On the other hand, his wife, Acacia Kersey, was born on 22 October 1997. She was born and raised in Boston, United States of America.

Who Is Acacia Kersey Husband Jairus Kersey?

According to the sources, Jairus Kersey was Alive Like Me’s lead vocalist, published his first studio album named Only Forever in 2014, is a member of the alternative rock band Alive Like Me.

In addition, Jairus Kersey and Alive Like Me signed with rising Records in January 2014.

Furthermore, Jaedan, his younger brother, is his only sibling.

He started dating pop singer Acacia Brinley in 2015, and the two married in April 2018.

Brinley and Rosemary are the names of his and Acacia’s daughters. In October 2020, their third child, a son, was born.

Does Jairus Kersey And Acacia Kersey Have A Baby?

Jairus Kersey and Acacia Kersey have three children altogether. Their daughters’ names are Brinley and Rosemary. On the contrary, their son’s name has not been revealed yet.

According to the sources, Rosie, one of their daughters, the youngest, has major health issues that she was diagnosed with just a few months ago in late 2019.

She has Alagille syndrome, a condition that affects a child’s heart, kidneys, and liver. They deal with it daily.

Why Is Acacia Kersey Quitting?

Acacia Kersey recently posted her statement on Instagram, with Acacia and Jairus’s family portrait.

She further stated her desires to cease influencing and take a social media hiatus or a break.

She added that she’s through monetizing her life and that, after months of thought, it’s “time to move on.” Being an influencer has its drawbacks that eventually outweigh its benefits.

She wrote, “This role has done an enormous amount of damage to me, my relationships, my financial security, and my worldview.”