How rich is Tony Yayo?
Tony Yayo Net Worth:
|Birth date:||March 31, 1978|
|Birth place:||South Jamaica, New York City, New York, United States|
|Height:||6 ft (1.83 m)|
|Profession:||Actor, Songwriter, Rapper|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Movies:||S.W.A.T.: Firefight, G-Unit: Bullets Can't Touch Us, Drugs on Music: Cocaine City 12|
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Tony Yayo net worth, wiki & biography:
Tony Yayo net worth has been declared to have approximation of 7 million dollars. Most of his net worth comes from Tony Yayo’s participation into rapping, songwriting as well as acting. Produced in 1978, Tony Yayo whose actual name is Marvin Bernard is also called G Unit. The rapper came to be in Haiti. In addition , the rapper is signed with G Unit Record Label that is possessed by 50 Cent and which produces most of his records. Also, the rapper lately has signed a deal with EMI which released his second record, which brought more incomes to the total sum of Tony Yayo net worth.
Tony Yayo Net Worth $7 Million
In 2003, the group “G Unit” collectively with Tony Yayo released their first record called “Beg for Mercy” in 2003. The record was a tremendous success and it received double platinum certificate in America and the sales of it brought vast amounts to the overall sum of Tony Yayo net worth. Among the best facts about the release of the record was that it was launched to the people while Tony Yayo was still serving his time at penitentiary, however he was still featured on the record. The second record of the group was also quite successful. The single was quite successful with reaching urban tunes graphs in America and eventually getting into the Billboard Hip Hop and RnB graphs. Consequently, Tony Yayo net worth raised a lot due to the release of the single.
It was entitled “T.O.S.: Terminate of Vision”. During the first weeks of their first album’s launch, 102 thousand copies of it were sold and it afterwards made the record get a Gold certificate with selling around 700 thousand copies of it. The sound of Tony Yayo’s mix tapes meant that Tony Yayo is returning to his road degree music, that was fairly apparent in his first record called “Thoughts of a Predicate Felon” released in 2005. The single from his second record called “Pass the Patron” featured his longtime friend 50 Cent and the single was quite enjoyed in America.