How rich is Tony Yayo?


How rich is Tony Yayo?

Tony Yayo Net Worth:
$6 Million

Tony Yayo Net Worth:

Tony Yayo Net Worth $7 Million

He’s CEO to the label G-Unit Philly. His stage name comes in the 1983 movie “Scarface”, referencing the character Tony Montana as well as the slang word for cocaine. GUnit manager 50 Cent was allowed his own record label, “G-Unit Records” by Interscope after releasing his debut album Get Rich or Die Tryin’. The record was released whilst Tony Yayo was in prison serving time, but Yayo still featured on the record. The next G Unit record T.O.S: Terminate on Sight was launched in July, 2008 and went to sell 102,000 copies in the first week, and after going Gold sending almost 700,000 copies. Though his appearances on mixtapes declared his return on the road level, it had not been before the release of “So Seductive” that his return received great recognition. Tony Yayo has supported that work is in progress because of his second studio album. No official name for the record was determined yet. The very first single off the record is “Pass the Patron”, plus it features 50 Cent. The record will probably be released with G-Unit Records / EMI who’ll both encourage and spread the record. On March 2, 2011 Yayo released the second single of off his forthcoming record called, “Haters”. The tune features Shawty Lo, 50 Cent, & Roscoe Dash. The one was released onto after being premiered on Hot 97 by Funkmaster Flex. The single quickly began to achieve success on the urban radio graphs and shortly debuted on the Billboard Hip Hop/R&B chart. A brand new trail leaked lately titled “Just Like 50” featuring just signed Gunit musicians Mike Knox and Paris this tune could possibly be Yayo’s next single off his untitled second album.

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
Children: Maniyah Bernard
Music groups: G-Unit
Movies: S.W.A.T.: Firefight, G-Unit: Bullets Can't Touch Us, Drugs on Music: Cocaine City 12

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