Justine Ndiba was born on March 12, 1993, and was 27 years old when she appeared on Love Island 2020. Justine is a Pisces, as her birthday indicates. She enjoyed physical sports and traveling as hobbies. Justine previously resided in Rockaway, New Jersey.
She was the only Black woman to appear on the first episode of Love Island.
Justine Ndiba was born and raised in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in a religious African family. Her family is said to be a survivor of the Rwandan Genocide. They immigrated to the United States in 2001, when she was eight years old.
Justine has five siblings — a three-year-old brother named Jared, sisters Noella and Colette, and two others who have chosen to remain anonymous. All we know about her parents is that they are African. As a result, Ndiba is of African ancestry.
Additionally, Justine once shared a photo of her parents on Facebook. They appeared to be a genuinely nice person. Justine admitted on Love Island that she fears her parents will be shocked to learn about her secrets. She expressed her regret in advance, saying,
“I’m truly sorry, Mom and Dad, for everything you’re about to learn about me.”
I’m guessing we’ll see more of her parents in the subsequent episodes.
Justine isn’t afraid to flaunt her alluring body as an aspiring reality TV star and fashion model. She shared several bikini photos on Instagram, showcasing her 35-24-34-inch measurements.
Additionally, Justine Ndiba stands tall at 5 feet 5 inches (165.1 cm) and weighs less than 56 kilograms (123.459 lbs).
Justine had over 403k followers on Instagram @justinejoy312 and nearly 493 followers on Facebook @Joy Justine as of January 2021. Her Twitter and TikTok accounts have been deactivated.
Justine Ndiba’s estimated net worth in 2021 is around $250 thousand.
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Justine worked full-time as a billing coordinator and part-time as a go-go dancer.
Several of her previous positions include Cashier/Sales Associate at Sports Authority (Mar 2012–Feb 2013), Catering at Flander Valley Wedding and Banquets (Jun 2011–Aug 2015), Litigation Support at Verritext Legal Solutions (2015–2016), Financial Assistant at Natural Communications (Jan 2016–Jul 2016), and Editing Associate at Stephen Gould CORPORATION (from Aug 2016).
In light of her education, Justine attended Bloomfield College from 2013 to 2015 to earn a Bachelor’s degree in Finance. Additionally, she attended County College of Morris from 2011 to 2013 to earn an Associate’s degree in Business Administration and Management.
Justine was reportedly a member of the 2014 Women’s Soccer Roster and played the forward position during her senior high.
Justine Ndiba was in an on-again, off-again relationship for six years before appearing on Love Island 2020. According to rumors, her ex-boyfriend was named Jonny Waters. Justine, on the other hand, was in the show in search of everlasting love, wishing for a new beginning.
According to the American beauty, she was looking for a guy who was “kind, humble, respectful, and ideally Christian.” Justine, on the other hand, had one additional requirement: her boyfriend had to be taller than her. She revealed,
“Height is extremely important to me because I spend 80% of my time in heels. I adore wearing them because they give me confidence, make me feel sexy, and I adore the way they look. Therefore, if I’m constantly wearing heels, I want the guy I end up with to be taller than me when I’m wearing heels.”
Justine also expressed admiration for the celebrity couple “John Legend and Chrissy Teigen,” wishing for a “friendship” within the relationship. According to her dating profile,
“My ideal date would be to stay in, eat takeout, and watch a movie in bed.”
Additionally, Justine admitted that she possessed two personalities: an “old-school, respectful African” and a “sexual person.” In the streets, lady; in the sheets, freak.”
Finally, she stated that the most critical factor in winning her over would be the respect a man shows her family. Justine Ndiba appeared to be prepared for marriage.
Justine formed an endearing friendship with co-star Cely Vazquez during her time on Love Island. More importantly, it was her bond with Caleb Corprew — who arrived on Day 5 — that contributed to Ndiba’s victory.
Caleb and Justine were a match made in heaven from the moment they entered the Casa Amor. When he drew the envelope containing $100,000, the American hunk chose to split the money with Justine.
However, the romance was not permanent. Justine announced her separation from Caleb via Instagram in January 2021. To be honest, the breakup was difficult for her. Additionally, she expressed gratitude to her supporters for allowing her to heal.