His mother is Puerto Rican and his father is African-American
Member of 50 Cent's group, G-Unit.
Moved to Jamaica, Queens, New York when he was 6.
His mother was only 17 when she gave birth to him.
Owns a 600 Benz.
Has two younger brothers, who were in his "Smile" music video portraying him as a child.
Is the only punchline rapper in G-Unit.
He is featured on the soundtrack for the motion picture, Get Rich or Die Tryin' (2005).
Considered by many as one of hip hop's long term stars, by establishing himself as one of the best lyrical rappers at only 22 years old.
His debut album, 'The Hunger For More' sold 4 million copies worldwide.
His sophomore album 'Rotten Apple' debuted at #3 on The Billboard 200.
Released his second album, 'Rotten Apple'. [October 2006]
Releases his album 'Hunger for More 2'. [November 2010]
Promoting his upcoming sophomore album 'Gang Green' which is scheduled for release in late June. He has released the first single called "My House". [May 2006]
Set to release his second album in summer of 2006. [April 2006]
Changed the name and release date of his second album. Its new name is 'Rotten Apple' and it is scheduled to be released on July 18th, 2006. He also released the second single, called "Hands Up" featuring 50 Cent. [June 2006]
Denies G-Unit reunion with Game and Young Buck. [August 2010]
Working on his sophomore album, tentatively titled "The Big Withdraw". [January 2006]
He and his longtime girlfriend welcomed their first child, a daughter, on December 8, 2016.