LaToya Forever was born in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada, on February 7, 1987. She goes by LaToya Ali in real life. In 2020, she will be 33 years old. She is also the daughter of Debbie Howard and Nigel Wilson, both of whom play professionally in baseball (mother). LaToya's ethnicity is Trinidadian because they are both of Trinidadian heritage. Her younger siblings are number seven in all. NoorsLife, her sister, is another well-known YouTuber.
Early in 2009, LaToya started producing online material. She connected with her audience with her charm, wit, candor, and vivacious attitude. She started out by creating an open diary series on YouTube as a means of self-expression.
She pondered on her own mother as a child as well as other Trinidadian mothers in one of her most well-known early films, "Shit Caribbean Moms Say."
In 2012, she was selected to host the American Music Awards on Vibe TV. For the 2015 "YouTube FanFest Live" occasion, which took place on May 2, 2015, LaToya Forever was selected as YouTube's official YouTube Correspondent.
In June 2016, she worked with Gone Viral TV (GVTV) on a social media seminar. She also attended the seventh annual VidCon convention in Anaheim, California, where she was a featured guest.
Additionally, from October 13 to October 15, 2015, Toronto, Canada hosted the Buffer Festival, where Ali was one of the featured creators.
Additionally, in October 2016, she published the smartphone game Save Samia, an endless runner in the genre, in which players race through Toronto's filthy streets to deliver Samia to school on time.
In July 2010, LaToya also shared a parody video of the Gyptian song Hold Yuh featuring Nicki Minaj. Ali and Rochelle Clark worked together on the video "THINGS BABIES DO TO PARENTS" in December 2014.
Additionally popular on her YouTube account are her relationship films, Outfit of the Day videos, Ask Latoya: Q&A videos, and topical videos. She has a YouTube account for herself, as well as one for her family, which goes by the moniker The Alis.
A few of the YouTube videos on this page are LaToya's Life: Season #10 [OFFICIAL], 2020 YouTube Family Vlogs - #THEALIS, LaToya's Life: Season #7 [OFFICIAL], and more.
LaToya published her autobiography, "LaToya's Life: Uncut Mishaps of a YouTube Star," on November 8, 2016. She also wrote an e-book titled "How to Become a YouTube Sensation" where she shared her success strategies in addition to her video work.
On a number of social media networks, a multifaceted social media presence may be found. She has over 727K followers on Instagram, where she is well-known. She has almost 86.1K followers on Twitter, where she is actively active.
Ali has over 661K followers on Facebook, where he is actively active. Over 1.46 million people subscribe to her YouTube channel, "LaToya Forever," and over 890,000 people subscribe to their family channel, "The Ali's."
She might make a good living as a well-known social media figure, too. Her projected $1 million net worth is low. She can be leading a wealthy lifestyle with her family.
Samia, a daughter, and Zayn, a son, are the children of LaToya and Adam Ali. They welcomed a second son in 2019. With a fantastic family and career, she is currently leading a happy and affluent life.
She routinely posts pictures of her husband on social media, displaying her inborn and unwavering affection for him. Additionally, there are no speculations concerning her professional or personal life. She seems to be entirely focused on her profession as a result and not embroiled in any scandal. Her public persona has remained cheerful.
Ali has a gorgeous body. She is very charming in person. She weighs around 54 kg and is 5 feet 4 inches in height. Her dimensions for her chest, waist, and hips are 33-25-35 inches. Ali also wears shoes that are 7.5 US sizes and dresses that are a size 4. (US). She has black hair that she routinely dyes different hues and dark brown eyes.