Diamond Strawberry – The Real Life Cisco Rosado
Cisco, commonly referred to as “liquid crack,” has earned itself the moniker “liquid crack.” At 20% alcohol content, this syrupy hooch packs more punch than even the least expensive tequila and four times stronger than wine coolers.
VH1 star Diamond Strawberry of Love & Hip Hop New York recently addressed her portrayal as someone desperate to move there for Cisco Rosado, her rapper boyfriend. According to Diamond Strawberry, Cisco wanted for her to move here instead!
Early Life and Education
Diamond Strawberry was raised in a loving household. She has four half-siblings named Jade, Jordan, Jewel and DJ who she co-founded A Safe Place Youth Center with. In addition, Diamond has also participated in modeling, modeling reality shows as well as appearing in music videos; plus flourish luxe (her own skincare and hair line).
In 2012, she started dating producer Cisco Rosado and they both appeared together in season 5 of Love & Hip Hop. Cisco made his mark on the industry thanks to his hard work ethic and incredible personality; in addition to working at Mogul Media he’s featured in basketball Wives as well as Love & Hip Hop: New York television shows.
Cisco makes his first appearance in season three as an infrequent guest star to assist Tahiry in her music career, before returning as a regular during seasons five through ten as part of Self and Mariahlynn’s contract battle and become involved with Olivia’s legal issues.
He helps Cyn break into the music industry and makes several romantic advances on her, though she gently rejects his advances. Later in season six he began dating Moe Money before cheating on her with Mariahlynn.
Gwinin Entertainment becomes home for several female rappers such as Bianca Bonnie, Brittney Taylor and DreamDoll who signs with Gwinin Entertainment during season seven. Gwinin also becomes involved with their management through Peter and Rich as members of their self-professed “creep squad”. Gwinin continues managing them until Rich takes over as Gwinin’s main man.
Achievement and Honors
Cisco has received many honors in both marketing and music spheres. His song “Ain’t No Other Way” became a top 40 hit during the 1990s; additionally, “Can’t Take Me Home” made the charts as well.
Cisco is also an accomplished Stevie Award winner, having received three at the 2023 North American SABRE Awards – including two Gold awards for McDonald’s and Cort campaigns with Boden agency.
Other noteworthy awards for his work with Cisco communities include a Silver Stevie for his contribution to the “Can’t Take Me Home” campaign and two Gold awards for McDonald’s/Boden agency collaboration on “Wanna Know More.” In addition to these, multiple Community Spotlight awards have also been given out.
As a member of Love and Hip Hop, Cisco Rosado has had his fair share of romances and affairs with other female cast members. Most notably was his relationship with Tasha; which resulted in two children; Cisco Rosado Jr and Tianna.
Moe Money was his romantic interest on season six of LHHATL while Diamond Strawberry and Tasha became romantic partners, eventually leading to Tasha leaving Tasha behind due to a romantic liaison with Diamond. Due to this event, their relationships became estranged.
On VH1 Family Reunion, it became evident that Cisco was experiencing difficulty with his family. He was arrested for an unknown reason but currently dates Teairra Mari and they have been together for about a year.
Cisco has amassed an impressive net worth through his career as an executive, entrepreneur, and reality star. As CEO of CMG Entertainment – helping launch French Montana, Jim Jones, and many other music careers.
He has also appeared on Love & Hip Hop: New York as part of their self-professed “creep squad”, alongside Rich Dollaz and Peter Gunz. Additionally, he has had relationships with several cast members from Love & Hip Hop such as Miss Moe Money and Mariahlynn from this franchise.
Tianna and Cisco Jr. are his children from his previous relationship with Tasha, as seen on Love & Hip Hop: Family Reunion. Tasha later moved back to Atlanta with the children, where she now appears as well on Love & Hip Hop: Family Reunion.