Bobby OJay is well-known to be Memphis radio DJ, whose death news is a hard hit in his world.
Bobby was 68 years at the time of death, as he left behind his wife Kim Ojayrleda and six kids in the family.
Bobby Ojay was a Memphis, Tennessee radio DJ, who worked for WDIA 1070 as a Program Director.
With over 40 years of experience in radio, Bobby was one of the most recognized names in the business. He was unofficially called the King of Memphis Radio, which shows his credibility and popularity among listeners.
Bobby was married to his wife Kim Ojayrleda for less than two years before his untimely demise separated them forever.
The radio host tied the nuptials with his beautiful bride in late May 2020 and the couple’s second anniversary was approaching soon. Bobby’s death has left his wife and family in shock.
OJay was a loving husband to his wife Kim. He often shared her photo on Facebook, highlighting the romantic moments shared by the two. On the other hand, not much is known about Kim’s job and background.
Kim and Bobby also didn’t have any children from the marriage. But, the radio DJ had already fathered multiple kids from his earlier relationships.
OJay was earlier married to a woman named Sharon, with whom he was together for more than 20 years.
The marriage ended after Sharon passed away in July 2017. Less than a year later, OJay was already settled with his new wife.
Apart from his wife, Bobby had six children in the family, named Bonita, Chandi, Joey, Joshua, Kacey, and Nicholas. As of now, additional details about his family is not available.
Bobby OJay’s real name is Joe Louis Jones but only a few knew him by his real name.
On the other hand, his alias “Bobby OJay” is a well-known name in the radio business.
Bobby OJay was 68 years old at the time of his death on May 3, 2022. The radio personality was at his work when he suddenly passed away.
Born on August 8, in Tennessee, he was inspired to follow a career in radio by a cousin named Melvin Jones, who was a Church senior pastor.
During his youth, Bobby also struggled with drug addiction but eventually recovered with the support of his family. Talking about his family, Bobby had eight siblings. His older brother even helped him get a loan of $1200 to join the broadcast school.
Professionally, Bobby had a successful career in radio for over 44 years. Most recently, he was the Program Director at iHeartMedia Inc.