Lil Scrappy, an American-born rapper & reality star, turned professional since 1996 & records 3 studio albums & 2 independent albums, totaling 5 albums.
Scrappy's debut studio album Bred 2 Die Born 2 Live, released in 2006 became #24 in Billboard 200 & its single Money in the Bank became an RIAA; Platinum certified.
Aside from music career, Lil Scrappy aka Darryl ventures in reality TV series & currently appears in Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta (2012- Present).
According to Celebrity Net Worth, the 36-year-old Scrappy has a net worth of $900,000 as of April 2020. Other online sources estimate the rapper's fortune to be around $1.2 million.
With 2 decades of a stint in the rap industry, the Atlanta, Georgia-born rapper made considerable sum through album sales as well as mix-tapes.
Reportedly, during the 2000s & early 2010s, Lil Scrappy was earning $80,000-a-year through music sales only.
Furthermore, he earns a considerable sum through the reality series Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, & which is allegedly $200,000-a-season, roughly $18,000-an-episode.
Lil Scrappy's career got breakthrough ever since the release of his debut studio album Bred 2 Die, Born 2 Live (2006), where Lil Jon and 50 Cent were executive producers.
The rapper was among the first signings of Lil Jon's label BME Recordings & in collaboration with the labelmates Trillville, a hip-hop group, he released collaborative album Trillville & Lil Scrappy on February 24, 2004.
The album became RIAA: Gold certified & ranked #12 in the Billboard 200.
Thereafter, Lil Scrappy's career breakthrough came with the release of debut studio album Bred 2 Die · Born 2 Live on December 5, 2006.
Thereafter, he released 2 independent albums: Prince of the South (2008) and Prince of the South 2 (2010), that charted #22 & #104 in the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.
Even if Scrappy had signed a deal with Ludacris' record label DTP in 2009 to release his 2nd studio album Tha Gru$tle, they parted ways later.
His second studio album was released in 2012 in the joint effort of G'$ Up/S-Line and Bonzi, while Fontana worked as the distributor.
Lil Scrappy's 3rd studio album Confident released on June 8, 2018.
Some of his famous songs include Head Bussa, No Problem, Money in the Bank, Oh Yeah (Work), Oh Yeah (Work) and No Love.
List of some mixtapes of Lil Scrappy:
In 2012, Lil Scrappy was cast in Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta & works there till now.
The reality series is 2nd installment of Love & Hip Hop franchise & stars Joseline Hernandez, Erica Dixon, Rasheeda, Karlie Redd & Mimi Faust.
Furthermore, his acting credit includes work in the reality TV series Leave It To Stevie (2016- 2018) and Love & Hip Hop: Miami (2018).
Lil Scrappy lives with his girlfriend-turned-wife Adzia "Bamni" Benson in Atlanta, Georgia, which they bought in 2016 & moved in together, leaving his Bachelor pad.
The average house price in Georgia is $260,700.
They got engaged in May 2016 & later married on September 8, 2017.
Together, the couple shares a son named Breland, born on September 21, 2018.
Moreover, from his relationship with ex-fiance Erica Dixon, he shares a daughter.
Reportedly, the American rapper was also engaged to Brittany Diamond Carpentero from 2008 to 2011.
According to Bossip, the Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star & rapper Lil Scrappy got evicted out of 5-bedroom & 4-bedroom property in Stone Mountain, Georgia in 2016.
The eviction suit documents stated that the rapper was not paying $3,000-a-month rent for quite some time.
Also, in 2010, Scrappy's other Georgia home was foreclosed after he failed to pay the mortgage, where he lived with then-girlfriend rapper Diamond.
As of April 2020, Lil Scrappy has over 3.1 million followers on his Instagram while his Twitter followers count 844.3K.
Meanwhile, the detail on the rapper's endorsement deals is out.
But if he does sign a promotional deal through his Instagram (@reallilscrappy), Scrappy can accumulate $6,257 - $10,428 per sponsored post, according to Influencer Marketing Hub.
Lil Scrappy was born Darryl Kevin Richardson on July 19, 1984, in North Trenton, New Jersey, the USA. He is also famous for his nickname #1 HeadBussa.
His mother's name is Momma Dee & has a sister named Jasmine Richardson.
An American by nationality, the rapper hails from black ethnicity. He stands 5 ft. 10 inches tall.