Amber Soulds is the pretty girlfriend of NBA player, Marcus Morris -whom you may recognize as a player with the New York Nicks.
Amber’s boyfriend had to issue an apology after saying Memphis Grizzlies’ Jae Crowder has “got a lot of female tendencies on the court”
Morris later took to Twitter to apologize for some of his comments: “I apologize for using the term ‘female tendencies’ I have the upmost respect for women and everything they mean to us”
Born September 2, 1989; the Philadelphia, PA. native has a twin brother, Markieff -who is also an NBA player. Apart from Markieff, he has three other brothers named Donte, Blake and David.
Marcus was rated as a four-star recruit by Rivals.com out of APEX Academy in Pennsauken, New Jersey.
He was selected 14th overall by the Houston Rockets in 2011. After two years with the Rockets, he went on to play for the Phoenix Suns, Detroit Pistons and Boston Celtics. He was named the 2010-11 Big 12 Player of the Year while starring for the University of Kansas Jayhawks.
Someone who definitely appreciated Marcus’ recent apology must have been his girlfriend -Amber Soulds. The two have been in a relationship for a while.
Amber Soulds was born on July 14, 1981; according to a LinkedIn profile she studied at the University of Phoenix.
Is not clear if the two are married, but some publications describe Amber as his wife. In July 2018, the couple welcomed a son named Marcus Jr.
Amber Soulds serves as the executive director of FOE -Family Over Everything Foundation -which was founded by Marcus and Markieff in 2017. FOE which is a family-only staff, serves single-parent and underprivileged families through an organization that’s unique among NBA player-run charity operations.
On speaking about the family’s foundation Amber told closeup360 “We were sending stuff for the kids, so they could go back to school. We were setting up Christmases for them, so we’ve stayed in touch and we still are,” “That’s how close Marcus and Markieff get to some of these kids. They want to stay in contact; it’s not a one-and-done.”