About Fredro Starr
As for the day, Fredro Starr net worth is estimated at $2 million. Although this is more money than most people could dream of, it is not much for somebody who used to make records with some of the most successful rappers in the world, such as Onyx. The truth is, although Fredro made a rather strong debut in hip-hop industry, over the last ten years or so his career has not been going well. None the less, the name of this rapper and actor often comes into the center of media attention due to the conflicts and controversies he gets into. His personal life and career have never been boring, so let’s take a closer look at the sources of Fredro Starr net worth and some of his personal dramas.
Perhaps the most important person in Fredro’s career was Jason William Mizell, an American musician and rapper better known as Jam Master Jay. In order for you to better undertsand the role Jason played in Fredro‘s success story, I am going to provide you with a quote from an interview with HipHopDx: „We met Jam Master Jay (…) Rest in peace. The God. He put us on. We met him at a traffic jam. I think it was Jones Beach. (…) So, he was right next to us in a black van. I seen Jay smoking. I was like ‘Yo, can we smoke with you?’ He was like ‘Come in the van.’ When we came in the van we just vibed with him. And he’s like ‘Yo, take my number.’ Two years later we had a deal with him…We was into that House, Hip Hop. You know what I’m saying? So, when we first started—when we was 15 that’s how we transitioned from coming in the game.“ What you can see form this quote is not only that Fredro still considers Jam Master Jay as the person who brought him into hip hop industry, but also that his speach style is very specific and of course, it is not for everybody. However, as the current Fredro Starr net worth confirms, he has a fandom which loves him exactly for this tuff ghetto style.
Fredro Starr net worth started to grow in the early 2000s, as he released a debut studio album titled Firestarr. Unfortunately, the debut was followed by a tragic event: Fredro lost his friend and mentor Jam Master Jay. In the evening of 2002 the star was shot and killed in a Merrick Boulevard recording studio in Jamaica. The following year Fredro even got into a physical fight with another rapper 50 Cent, because the latter was talking disrespectfully about the deceased (or at least that‘s what Fredro claimed). The rapper continued recording after the loss, but none of his albums received much attention.