Blasian Baés: Jhene Aiko vs. Karrueche Tran


When you have two super hot blasians steaming up the streets of L.A., it is pretty hard to ignore them. Jhenè and Karrueche stand together as friends, but apart as two growing empires with the drive and ambition to build a lasting legacy for years to come.


Contender #1: Jhenè Aiko Efuru Chilombo
NET WORTH: $500,000

Jhenè Aiko is a singer and songwriter whose voice could soothe the wildest beast imagined. With songs like “3:16″, ” Wading” and “Pressure”, Jhenè creates music that just about anyone can relate to. From cheating spouses, sex and even a loss of a family member, Jhenè draws the attention of her audiences with captivating lyrics and siren-like music. Jhenè revealed in an interview once that whilst writing music she enjoys smoking a joint or two. She mentions that she was high during the entire writing and recording process of Sailing Soul(s). She did the same for her debut studio album but recorded while sober.


Contender #2: Karrueche Tienetrese Tran
NET WORTH: $900,000 (updated)

Karrueche Tran is an up-and-coming Actress and Model in L.A. She was once known only as the girlfriend of Singer Chris Brown but has since developed a growing brand of her own. Karrueche landed her first major modeling gig in 2013. She has appeared on the covers of Annex Magazine, Ouch Magazine, The Hundreds, Flaunt Magazine, Cliche Magazine and others. Karrueche also started in several web series and TV movies such as, “The Bay: The series “, “The Fright Nite“, “3 headed shark attack” and Maybelline‘s own YouTube Web Series, “Vanity “.


Karrueche Tienetrese Tran                                           Jhené Aiko Efuru Chilombo
Birthday: May 18, 1988                                                     Birthday: March 16, 1988
Hometown: Los Angeles, California                              Hometown: Los Angeles, California
Profession: Model/Actress                                               Profession: Singer, Songwriter
Blasian Persuasion: Vietnamese, Jamaican                Blasian Persuasion: Japanese,                                                                                                            African American, Native American