American rapper Slim Thug is Stayve Jerome Thomas. He is best known for his contribution to the rapper, Mike Jones’ 2004 hit single “Still Trippin’”. Slim Thug’s net worth was estimated at $3 million as of 2022.
|Full Name||Stayve Jerome Thomas|
|Your Birth Date||September 8, 1980|
|Birthplace||Houston, Texas, U. S.|
|Net Worth||$3 million|
Slim Thug was born Stayve Jerome Thomas, 8 September 1980, Houston, Texas, United States. He has not disclosed any details about his academic and parents backgrounds. Slim Thug was his nickname because he is tall and lanky. Slim loved music from a young age. He performed freestyle raps at high school parties when he was 17 years old.
Slim Thug Net Worth & Career
Slim started his rap career singing on the Swishahouse Southern rap record label. The 1990s were when he performed for the record label. Slim soon realized that he could earn more by distributing his mixtapes. Then, he separated with Swishahouse on good terms, and started his own independent record label named “Boss Hogg Outlawz”. He also purchased two record stores and was a realtor at the time.
Slim released his first studio album titled “Already Platinum” in July 2005. It took him a while before he released his debut album. The record was released by Star Trak Entertainment as well as Interscope Records. His hard work paid off as the album reached the 2nd spot on the Billboard 200 Albums Chart. The album also sold 130,000 copies its first week.
Slim received wide recognition after he made an appearance on the rapper, Mike Jones’s song “Still Tippin’. It became a huge hit and has been viewed over 11 million times on YouTube. Likewise, he garnered immense popularity after featuring on Beyonce Knowles’s song “Check on It’, and Gwen Stefani’s song “Luxurious”.
Slim separated with the record label, Star Trek & Interscope Records in 2008 after releasing 3 albums titled “Boyz N Blue”, “Serve & Collect”, and “Back by Blockular Demand: Serve & Collect II”. In 2009, he released his second solo album titled “Boss of All Bosses”. The album didn’t receive an overwhelming response as his first album. It was nevertheless a success to reach #15 on Billboard 200. It sold 32,000 copies within its first week.
Slim released his third studio album titled “Tha Thug Show” on November 23, 2010. Gangsta was Slim’s first single from the album, which featured Z-Ro. The rapper B.o. was featured in his second song So High. B. In 2013, he came up with a new EP titled “Welcome to Texas EP”, which featured the guest appearances from the music artists Rick Ross, Ludacris, and Pimp C. Slim’s recent album titled “Thug Life” was released on March 17, 2020, which includes 10 songs.
Slim Thug Personal Live
Slim Thug dated LeToya Lucikett, an American singer for two years between 2000 and 2002. The same goes for his relationship with Nicole Alexander, a television personality. To date, he’s been in relationships with many women. He shares 3 sons with Nicole Alexander, Dreux and Kobe.
Slim was a COVID-positive in 2020. This he shared via an Instagram video. Slim, who was showing symptoms of a fever and cough in the video, revealed that he was COVID positive and went to have a test. A few years back, MTV revealed that Lupe Fiasco’s video “Hip Hop Saved My Life” was based on his life story. Fiasco confirmed the news later.
Slim Thug Net Worth
As of 2022, Slim Thug’s net worth is estimated to be around $3 million. His music career has brought him a large amount of money. Slim is also making a good living from his YouTube channel. He has 289K subscribers, and more than 136 million views.