Who Is Stevie J's Daughter, Savannah Jordan?

Fans of "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" are familiar with cast member (and successful record producer) Stevie J, who was known for his "love triangle" with Joseline Hernandez and Mimi Faust, according to Heavy. Drama seemed to follow Stevie J wherever he went, but despite all of that, he married Faith Evans in July 2018. Their road to marriage wasn't exactly smooth, and Evans revealed they broke up once before tying the knot, per the outlet.

Evans thought Stevie J was allegedly still involved with his ex-girlfriend Hernandez, which made her question if they should even get married. "I wasn't quite sure whether or not he was still involved with his ex," she said on an episode of OWN's "Behind Every Man." "So you know when you kind of told me you guys weren't together and then shortly thereafter, finding out you still kinda were, I think that's probably when I stepped away because I'm not a man-stealer, a homewrecker. ... It was way too much for me. This was the main thing: if you not really serious, please don't do this to our friendship."

Although Stevie J and Evans do not have any children together, per People, he has several children from previous relationships: Bonnie Bella, Eva Giselle, Dorian, Sade, Steven, and of course, Savannah. Keep reading for more details on his daughter Savannah Jordan.

Savannah Jordan is following in her dad's footsteps

Stevie J and his ex-girlfriend Carol Antoinette Bennet welcomed Savannah Jordan on November 24, 1998, according to Celeb-Gossip.com. Savannah has followed in her dad's reality TV footsteps, and has appeared on episodes of "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" and currently stars on "Growing Up Hip Hop." According to Bossip, Savannah "is keeping her own secrets from her father and catches the eye of Boogie Dash," and based on the trailer, the season promises to be pretty dramatic.

Savannah might be a newcomer to the show, but says in a behind-the-scenes look that she's "here to stay in LA and it's lit." She wanted to join "Growing Up Hip Hop" because it doesn't get much more hip hop than Stevie J (her dad) and she basically grew up in this lifestyle. She described her relationship with her dad as "off and on" but called him her "best friend." Growing up with one of the most famous music producers of the '90s had some perks, especially the Bad Boy reunion tour. "We was lit, every day," she said.

Savannah plans to give fans an inside look at the good vibe, her streetwear clothing line. She plans to make a name for herself by being her "outgoing, regular self." "I'm just here to have fun and live my life," she said. "I'm not taking anything seriously, and the motto is always going to be YOLO."

We can't wait to see what Savannah brings to "Growing Up Hip Hop!"