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From an early age, Shad Gregory Moss must have used the maxim, 'Take No Prisoners.' Despite not ever meeting or growing up with his biological father, the man-boy now called Bow Wow showed no fear as he took on the ranks of the rap world before he was even ten. That tenacity is reflected in his net worth of $36,711,800.
He cut his teeth in the rap genre by impressing Dr. Dre. and Snoop Dogg at one of their gigs. While at one of their concerts in 1993, they called him on stage and he took over. Being the insightful business man that he is, Snoop recognized the talent right away in him and Dogg christened his new opening act as Lil' Bow Wow. Snoop introduced the young wannabe to the eclectic producer Jeramie Dupri and Lil Bow Wow was on the way to becoming one of raps influential early stars. Moss has yet to disappoint. He and Dupri have collaborated on a multitude of recordings.
Beside the knocking out five award-winning albums from 2000-2006, Lil Bow Wow delved into the world of acting – taking advantage of that cute, cuddly and innocent look. He appeared in one of the Fast and Furious franchise movies. He also appeared in the dramedy called Like Mike. He also took his talents onto the television screen appearing in over 11 difference television series, including multiple appearances on the popular HBO series Entourage.
The Columbus, Ohio native now travels and signs with the big dogs. On the verge of releasing his latest offering, critics have overwhelming called his next offering one of his best. He has collaborated with the like of Chris Brown, Juanta Austin, R. Kelly and Lil' Wayne.
While some rappers tend to initiate publicity with negative press, the adult Bow Wow has consistently shown his altruistic side. His Bow Wow Foundation promotes the importance of education, performing arts, and physical activity toward underprivileged youth.
Even though Bow Wow brings in more than $1,000,000 per year, we estimate
($925,000) per year after lifestyle, taxes and other expenses.
RichButBroke.com predicts that at his current pace of spending, Bow Wow will be bankrupt in 40 years! Slow your roll Bow Wow!