Bob Whitfield is an American football player and businessman who has amassed significant wealth over time. His investments span real estate, fashion and PatchWerk Recording Studios; which has worked with artists like Nelly, 50 Cent, OutKast and Whitney Houston among many others.
Early Life and Education
After retiring from the NFL, Whitfield has broadened his business portfolio. He owns PatchWerk Recording Studios in Atlanta which has produced over 600 gold and platinum albums for artists like OutKast, Nelly, 50 Cent, and Whitney Houston.
Whitfield also owns an expansive real estate empire, which contributes substantially to his overall wealth. Among them are several luxurious properties, including his former residence that he shared with former wife Sheree Fuller from Real Housewives of Atlanta reality show fame.
Bob Whitefield hails from Carson in California. He has two children – Kairo Whitefield and Kaleigh Whitefield- who he married Sheree Fuller in 2000 but they divorced three years later without ever paying any alimony as per court orders.
Whitfield retired from the NFL and immediately engaged in various business ventures that would significantly add to his wealth. He founded and is CEO/Founder of Patchwerks, Inc, which runs Atlanta’s PatchWerk Recording Studios – producing over 600 gold and platinum albums from artists like Nelly, 50 Cent, OutKast and Whitney Houston among many others.
Whitfield serves as a guest analyst for Sky Sports’ NFL coverage in the UK and contributes to Atlanta TV and radio shows and broadcasts. Additionally, he has engaged in real estate investments as well as owned his own fashion line.
From 2000 until their divorce in 2007, he was married to Sheree Fuller of Real Housewives of Atlanta fame, with whom they shared two children – Kaleigh and Kairo.
Achievement and Honors
As a professional football player, Whitfield raked in significant paychecks. As an offensive lineman for both the Atlanta Falcons and Jacksonville Jaguars, he secured contracts that recognized his value to their squads; these contracts helped increase his earnings significantly.
Whitfield is also the founder and owner of PatchWerk Recording Studios in Atlanta, which has produced more than 600 gold and platinum albums for internationally-recognized artists including Nelly, OutKast, 50 Cent and Whitney Houston.
Kaleigh and Kairo are his two children; previously married to Sheree Whitfield of Real Housewives of Atlanta before divorcing her in 2007. Child support payments to Sheree remain outstanding while no alimony payments are being made between the parties.
He is both a family man and successful entrepreneur who has amassed significant wealth throughout his career – an estimated net worth of $12 Million as of 2023.
Whitfield made his mark in football as a skilled tackle for Atlanta Falcons, Jacksonville Jaguars and New York Giants. However, it’s his entrepreneurial ventures which truly set him apart in sports industry: Atlanta-based PatchWerk Recording Studios have produced over 600 gold and platinum albums by artists including Nelly OutKast Snoop Dogg Whitney Houston among many more.
He is known to possess a passion for fashion and even launched his own fashion line. Additionally, real estate investments provide an effective means of diversifying wealth over time and expanding one’s wealth base.
Whitfield amassed significant wealth during his NFL career. Through hard work and dedication, his wealth accumulated rapidly; contributing to both personal and professional success.
Whitfield then ventured into entrepreneurship by founding PatchWerk Recording Studios, an Atlanta recording studio used by artists such as Snoop Dogg, OutKast, Nelly, and Whitney Houston – helping his financial status and propulsion in business world. This venture helped boost Whitfield’s financial status further while further propelling him in business realm.
Whitfield married Sheree Fuller, one of the stars from Real Housewives of Atlanta reality television show. They welcomed two children together – Kaleigh and Kairo before eventually parting ways in 2007. He managed to preserve his wealth and did not need to pay any alimony payments when their relationship ended.