JoJo Simmons

Entertainer and Entrepreneur

JoJo Simmons is a multi-faceted entertainer and entrepreneur whose last name rings bells in the music industry. As the son of legendary rapper Rev Run of Run DMC, he spent his teenage years starring on MTV’s hit show Run’s House which ran from 2005- 2009 and landed him a NAACP award for outstanding reality series. He is currently the star of Growing Up Hip Hop, in its seventh season on WETV.

JoJo is the CEO and co-founder of Whos House Entertainment, a music production company that
manages and develops artists and, following his family’s humanitarian legacy, he is general manager of
Whos House Ballers, a traveling basketball team for underserved youth in his hometown of Queens, NY.
He is also in the process of building a veteran transition home in metro Atlanta, Georgia in partnership with the Vet22 organization.

Most recently, JoJo co-founded 3isFor, a media production company that uses intentional storytelling to elevate traditionally oppressed/underrepresented voices and event production to cultivate experiences
and community.

Lately, JoJo has been lending his voice to amplify the message of nonprofits like the Cannabis Voter Project, which informs, registers and turns out voters who are interested in cannabis policy, and Backline which connects music industry professionals and their families with a trusted network of mental health and wellness providers.

When he is not spreading positivity and motivation to his 550,000 social media followers, JoJo enjoys spending his time with his family. He is a proud husband and an attentive father of two. @jojo_simmons @3isFor

ABOUT 3isFor
3isFor was created by three childhood friends who are dedicated to doing good. JoJo and his partners, a regenerative farmer and network TV producer, all come from philanthropic families and bonded over their belief in plant medicine. They decided to use their passions, platforms and areas of expertise to elevate the plant, empower the people and protect the planet. They want everyone to have equal access to the information and the industry. They believe they can help make our society more equitable and leave the world a better place for generations to come.