Bobby Lytes

Also Known As: Robert “Bobby” Henry • Born: 10/24/1990

Bobby Lytes, born on October 24, 1990, in Homestead, Florida, United States, is a prominent figure in the entertainment industry. He is known for his role as a leading cast member on Love & Hip Hop: Miami. Rising from the vibrant streets of Homestead, Bobby found his passion for music early on, embarking on a journey to establish himself as a renowned rapper. His charismatic presence and unfiltered persona quickly captivated audiences, earning him a spot as one of the show’s original eight cast members. Beyond the glitz and glamor of reality TV, Bobby’s life is marked by resilience and determination. As a rapper, he faced numerous challenges, navigating the homophobic hip-hop industry while staying true to his authentic self. Season one of Love & Hip Hop: Miami delved into the complexities of his personal life, chronicling the demise of his relationship with Jeffrey White and his ongoing feud with White’s ex, Malik.

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Barrier Breaker

Bobby made history as the first openly gay leading cast member in the Love & Hip Hop franchise, breaking barriers and paving the way for LGBTQ+ representation in the hip-hop community.

Dramatic Friendships

Throughout his time on Love & Hip Hop: Miami, Bobby’s life has been a rollercoaster of drama, with notable feuds with cast members like Jeffrey White and Malik.

Extraordinary Rapper

Before gracing the screens of Love & Hip Hop: Miami, Bobby pursued a career in rap, showcasing his lyrical prowess and musical talent to audiences worldwide.

Height: 5’10” (178 cm)

Nationality: American

Show(s): House of Villains

Network(s): E!

Guest Appearances: N/A

Zodiac Sign: Scorpio

Children: N/A

Father: N/A

Mother: N/A

Siblings: Trina

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