Shevelle Hayes Bio, Wiki
Shevelle Hayes is best known for being the wife of Geno Hayes, an American professional football player who was a linebacker in the National Football League. He is being reported to have died on April 26, 2021, at the age of 33.
The news of former NFL player Eugene Antonio “Geno” Hayes aka Geno Hayes left everybody shocked. The 33-year-old player died on Monday (April 26), following a battle with chronic liver disease. The Tampa Bay Bucaneers Linebacker is survived by his wife Shevelle Hayes and their two children. Geno and Shevelle have been together for over two decades. Here’s all you need to know about his loving wife.
Geno Hayes’ wife – Shevelle Hayes
Shevelle Hayes was in a relationship with Geno Hayes for 10 years, before marrying him in 2013. The former NFL Player’s wife revealed quite a bit about herself. She listed out “RV’ing, camping, kickboxing, softball, archery, gardening, reading, singing, barbering (precision cutting) traveling, and any outdoor adventures” as her hobbies, while describing herself as a “free spirit without fear.”
At the time of her interview with the blog, she shared that she attended school for Fine Arts and Fashion Merchandising/Marketing (Famu/The Art Institute), and worked in the image consulting industry for years. She also shared that she owned her own jewelry boutique, and was reportedly working on another business project. Clearly, Shevelle comes across as a hard-working and savvy businesswoman.
Shevelle Hayes Made headlines after he stabbed Geno Hayes
Shevelle and Geno definitely seem to have had a great relationship, considering how long they have been together. Their relationship was however not always smooth sailing. Back in 2009, when the couple was still dating, things got a bit out of hand during one of their arguments. The then 21-year-old Geno was reportedly stabbed on his head and neck by Shevelle.
The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s spokeswoman revealed at that time that Geno and Shevelle got into an argument, which led the 19-year-old to grab a pair of scissors and stab her boyfriend in the head. He reportedly managed to get the scissors away from her, but according to the authorities, she then grabbed a knife and stabbed him in the neck. Shevelle was charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. Jail records revealed that she was released shortly on $25,000 bail.
Geno Hayes Death & Cause
Geno Hayes was diagnosed with liver disease in 2019. In an interview with ESPN reported Jenna Laine he shared, “The first diagnosis they gave me was alcoholic cirrhosis.
“But when we dug in deeper, it became just chronic liver disease, because I don’t drink like that. If I did drink, it was just like wine or something like that. But my body is made different. And that’s what [my doctor] said — ‘Everybody’s made different.’” In December 2020, the player was transferred into hospice care and put on a waiting list for liver transplant.
He died at age 33 on April 26, 2021.
Sad news to report as former Buccaneer LB Geno Hayes passed away tonight. Hayes had been battling liver disease and was under hospice care. Prayers to Hayes’ family and friends#RIPGenoHayes #BucsLifeMedia pic.twitter.com/ITEvDCHV2x
— Bucs Life (@BucsLifeNewsLLC) April 27, 2021