Born as Joseph Foreman, Afroman is an American Southern rapper, singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist best known for his songs "because I Got High" and Crazy Rap. He has a net worth of $1million.
Both the songs were released in 2001 and featured on his album The Good Times is the first compilation album. For his songs, he was also nominated for a Grammy award in 2002. Is Afroman currently suffering from a financial crisis? How much are his current salary and net worth? Let's find It.
How Much Is His Net Worth?
Being rapper, Afroman has earned good name and fame throughout his early life. His estimated net worth of $1 million. He lives a luxurious and comfortable life, which we can see from his photo and video on Instagram. From the very early young age, Afroman was inspired by music with his passion, he has reached a good height in the music world.
With the association of reputed label, he is the one of the most famous label universal records had approached him to release his songs. After releasing his songs, he reached high on the prestigious charts and gathered enough fame and money. So far American rapper has maintained a perfect bank balance of $1 million.
He is an animal lover and has a dog as a pet. He has made collections of several antique cars.
What were his financial crises and the career of a professional?
Afroman began his musical career in the eighth grade, he starts recording songs at home and sells them to his friends of classmates. The first song he wrote about his eighth-grade teacher named "She got me kicked out of school for sagging my pant"
The song sold about 400 copies. Although he wasn't at school his song was at school. In 1998, his first album was released My Fro-Iosophy and later migrated to Hattiesburg, Mississippi, where he comes close to drummer Jody Stallone, bassist Darrell Havard, and producer Tim Ramenofsky.
After doing several songs, Afroman signed to a six-album deal, and universal released 'The Good Times' in 2001. Later, he started releasing music video through the Social Mediain 2004. In October 2014, Afroman remakes the hit song "Because I Got High," to show the good effect of marijuana to legalize its sale across the United States.
On February 17, 2015, Afroman was arrested on the charge of punching a female fan during Mardin Gras free concert in Mississippi on Tuesday. Later, he was released from custody after paying a $330. At custody, he explains the situation that, he was playing guitar when she approached him from behind to dance.
He turned around doesn't know whether the fans is man or woman, and punched her with his right hand. The woman Felt on floor and at physical and mental state the woman was bleeding and crying.