When JuJu Smith-Schuster was just a few months old, his aunt gave him the moniker “JuJu.” Before choosing to call him “JuJu,” she called him “John-John.” So’omalo is his only biological sister, and their father had little involvement in their lives.
When Smith-Schuster was four years old, his mother Sammy (Toa) met his stepfather Lawrence Schuster. After turning 18 and adding the Schuster in honour of his stepfather, Smith-Schuster legally hyphenated his last name.
On March 20, 2022, Smith-Schuster committed to the Kansas City Chiefs. The contract had a maximum value of $10.75 million and lasted for one year. In a 20-24 loss to the Buffalo Bills on October 16, 2022, he scored his first touchdown while playing for the Chiefs.
Smith-first Schuster played football when he was eight years old. While in college, he legally changed his last name from “Smith” to “Smith-Schuster” in honour of his stepfather.
In football program listings in 2012, he altered his name from “John” to “JuJu,” a moniker an aunt gave him when he was a young child. When Smith-Schuster was a young football player for the Snoop Youth Football League, Snoop Dogg mentored him.
Smith-Schuster was given the moniker “Sportscenter” by Snoop, who told the child that he believed one day his highlights would be shown on the main ESPN program. At USC, he played collegiate football.
JuJu Smith-Schuster’s Age: How Old Is JuJu Smith-Schuster?
He was born on November 22, 1996, which means he is 26 years old.