Celebrity: Bow Wow
Date of Birth
Bow Wow’s Net Worth: $2 million
American rapper, actor and TV show host, Shad Moss, better known as Bow Wow born on the 9th of March, 1987, has a net worth of $2 million.
Bow Wow who his a big fan of late King of Pop, Michael Jackson, started his music career at the age of six years in 1993, when he got chanced to perform at a music concert alongside ace American rapper Snoop Dogg, who later bestowed upon him the stage name “Lil Bow Wow.” He later released his very first debut album titled “Beware of Dog” in 2000 when he was 13 years old. After which he went ahead to he release several other new albums while also featuring in numerous songs with other artist. In addition, his single ‘Bounce with me’ got him featured in the Guinness book of world records because he was the youngest rapper at that time.
Apart from music Bow Wow who is also an actor has featured in a ton of leading and supporting roles in movies like “Like Mike” and “Roll Bounce”. Most recently he also appeared in filmmaker and playwright Tyler Perry’s movie titled ‘Madea’s Big Happy Family’ and the CBS TV Show CSI Cyber. He is also the founder of LBW entertainment that he founded back in 2007, the company focuses on Hip Hop, Southern Rap, Pop Crunk and R&B. Asides this, Bow Wow also owns his own clothing line he named ‘Shago’. The rapper who is married but separated from his former partner Erica Mena loves having fun and going on vacations with his family and friends.
Bow Wow who disclosed in July 2011 that he had fathered a child named Shai with his ex-girlfriend after initially denying, told a judge amid an October 2012 court case related to child support for Shai, that he had no money as at then, with claims that he earns just $4000 a month as an employee of Birdman’s Cash Money records, that even leases a jeep and had a ridiculously small $1500 in his checking account.
In the end he was ordered by the court to pay $11,500 in back child support with $3000 a month from that time. Though it was discovered that owed over $90,000 to the IRS, while he also had both a $200,000 Bentley and $220,000 Ferrari repossessed by his various creditors.