Blueface Net Worth

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By Matthew Taylor

Updated December 5, 2021

Jonathan Porter, known professionally as Blueface, is an American rapper. In 2021, Blueface's net worth is estimated to be 4 million dollars.

How did Blueface start his career? Let's find out.

Blueface's Early Life and Education: Childhood & Teenage Years

Blueface is a native of South Central Los Angeles, California. His real name is Anthony Craig Shell aka Mr. Turn Up as he didn't know how to read or write until high school so all of his documents were filled with an “X” instead of his signature. He was raised by a single mother since he was born and has always been surrounded by women including sisters who taught him the ropes on life from the tender age of 5 years old when they used to watch their older sister get into street fights at a very early age in order for them not to be removed from their household, which is something that would have happened if they had gotten involved too much in those activities but there was no way out as it felt like war zone where bullets could fly anytime towards you or your family members' head as nothing seemed safe or protected back then - only survival instincts remained active within people living around those areas at that time. At some point during high school graduation, Blueface got caught up in gangs/drugs/violence circle and even spent 3 months behind bars after being arrested for armed robbery with a handgun charge which led him further away from achieving his goals due to lack of education combined with never ending tough neighborhood environment surrounding him since childhood days whenever he wasn't spending time within music studios recording new songs but also going through extreme pressure caused by belonging to criminal group trying hard not let down others while dealing drugs himself with feeling trapped inside such lifestyle eventually making decision starting over again giving most important priority being able to provide financially for family members instead focusing on anything else except being number one rapper similar example given previously during interview with XXL magazine saying 'I knew I wanted better things than what everyone around me was doing' leading first big step towards true success without any help coming soon afterwards when signing first record deal becoming major breakthrough moment launching future star rising overnight reaching mainstream stardom getting endorsement deals (G-Shock) taking part in countless collaborations (Quavo) shooting music videos (Rich The Kid) appearing live performances (Drake). When asked about joining gang / drug selling / violence circle member later admitted 'I'm glad I don't do it anymore because it’s not worth my freedom,' adding later that same year 'When I look back now, I see how dumb we really were'.

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