How Old Is Karlie Redd From ‘Love & Hip Hop Atlanta?’ [PHOTOS]

There has been much discussion over Karlie Redd's age from "Love and Hip Hop" Atlanta. When she was fighting with K Michelle, the singer also kept bringing up Karlie Redd's child, which had people wondering how old her daughter was too.

During the "Love and Hip Hop Atlanta" reunion special she stated, "I'm beautiful, I'm young, I'm talented. I never tell my age."

K Michelle asserts that Redd is much older than she leads on, but some are estimating that Karlie Redd was born around 1972 making her nearly 40.

Even if Redd wanted to keep her daughter's age a secret, Benzino isn't keeping quiet about it-she reportedly has a child who is almost an adult.

"Me and Karlie are two grown-ups, and both of us have grown children," Benzino recently told S2S. "She has a grown daughter."

Benzino, a Hip Hop mogul, dished that he has three children which ages range from 9 to 19. But he didn't stop there, he told S2S the age of Redd's daughter too.

"Karlie's daughter I think is about 17 years old. She just graduated from high school," Benzino revealed. 

Even though the type of mother Karlie Redd has been to her daughter was questioned on 'Love and Hip Hop Atlanta," Benzino confirms that Redd is in fact a great maternal figure to her daughter.

"Karlie's a very wonderful mother; the relationship between her and her daughter is incredible," Benzino said of Redd's parental skills to S2S. "Her daughter loves her very much, and Karlie's very much in her daughter's life. She's a great mother, and my kids took to Karlie, also--especially my daughter."

Benzino and Redd's relationship might have not worked out, but he told S2S that he's going to focus on his music.

"[Stevie J's] son produces and my son raps, and I'm pretty close to all of Stevie's kids as well as him," he said. "Stuff like that keeps them out of toruble, keeps them focused."

He continued to talk about his kid's involvement in music to S2S, "At the end of the day, music is just one aspect of life, and I let them know you can't put all your energy into music."

"I like to let them know you gotta get out there in the world and smell, touch, be a part of things. Keep a good balance of everything. Though I let my kids do a lot and experience a lot, I am strict."

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