Who is DC Young Fly?
DC Young Fly is an artist, rapper, comedian, actor and internet star based in Atlanta. After gaining first grip on his hilarious videos on Vine, the now-defunct social media app, DC has been catapulted to stardom as a member of the recurring cast of Wild 's comedy series comedies NV. He is also a major host of MTV's TRL channel. His abundant creativity and comical abilities were clearly evident in his comedy videos and shows. On the rap front, DC credits include "Westside Connection", "M.A.P. feat. Money Bag "," Right Now "and" No Weed ". DC also played in "Almost Christmas", "#DigitalLivesMatter", "Hollywood Hearts" and "How High 2".
DcYoungFly was born on May 2, 1992 in Atlanta, Georgia (United States of America), under the name of John Whitfield. He is currently 27 years old.
|Birth name||John Whitfield|
|Nickname||DC Young Fly, John Whitefield|
|Birth date||May 02, 1992|
|Place of birth||Atlanta, Georgia, United States|
|Age||27 years old|
|Sign of the sun||Taurus|
|Profession||Rapper, Comedian, Actor, Social Media Persoanlity|
|Residence||Los Angeles, California, United States|
Family and Education
Well, there is not much information about John Whitfield's family and childhood. He was born the youngest of seven children of African-American parents. However, their identity is unknown. If you regularly watch his YouTube videos, you may have seen his mother in some of the videos.
He graduated from Benjamin E. Mays High School in Atlanta, Georgia.
Young love life DC Fly
DC Young Fly frequented actress and entrepreneur Ms. Jacky Oh since 2015, who was also her co-star on Wild 'N Out. Together, they have a daughter named Nova, born October 30, 2016. Her girlfriend has a range of make-up products.
|size||Feet – 5 feet 11 inches|
Centimeters – 181 cm
Meters – 1.81 m
|Weight||Kilograms – 72 kg|
Books – 159 lbs
|Eye colour||Dark brown|
|Distinctive features||The tatoos|
DC Young Fly made his screen debut as Eric in the comedy "Almost Christmas" in 2016.
DC made his first television appearance in the humorous Wild 'N Out series, in which he appeared as a recurring actor in 2015.
As a rapper and singer, DC Young Fly has released many tracks, beginning with "Westside Connection" on September 16, 2014.
In 2018, he released his first mixtape known as "Curb Music". The album featured 10 tracks including "2 Shots", "Whole Life", "Rolling", "Soul Tape", "On My Own", "Got My Back", "Take Ya Ass Home", "No Weed" »,« How is the street »and« The ghetto ».
His second mixtape titled "Trap Soul" was released on January 1, 2019. It contains 12 tracks including "Side Piece", "Stay Down", "Right Now", "Where Were U", "Right Quick (Interlude)", and "I have to go."
DC Young Fly net worth
In 2019, DC Young Fly's net worth is estimated at $ 1 million.
- Person – Martin Luther King Jr.
- Leisure – Fishing, Skiing
- Interests – Designer Bags, Luxury Jewelry, Exotic Cars
DC Young Fly Facts
He is a big fan of DC comics and because of that, he got his nickname.
His parents divorced when he was six years old.
The beginnings of DC can be described as notorious and problematic. He started throwing dice, a 12-year-old gambling game, sold grass at age 15 and crack at age 17.
His father died of Alzheimer's in 2013.
In 2014, he offered his mother a new Mercedes-Benz car, which he filmed and uploaded to his YouTube channel.
In June 2010, his close friend, Richie, whom he considered his brother had been killed in an accident. He was part of his rap organization "Da Crew". After his death, he carries the words "DC" tattooed on his forehead in tribute to him.
DC had served a 31-day prison term in May 2015 and was committed to never returning.
He appeared in music videos of Crazy Bxtches ft. Bandit Gang Marco (2014), Right Now ft. Bankroll Chevy (2014), Neva did not give me anything, Mr. Gin (2015), Like That ft. Iman (2016). , Ready for Lil 'Scrappy & Young Ace (2016), Take Me There ft. Ursula (2016).
In 2014, DC made a roasting video about Kevin Hart that led to a quarrel between the two. They both exchanged lively discussions on Instagram and that only propelled DC Young Fly to the next level of glory.
DC Young Fly played in the "85 South Show" podcast with Chico Bean, Karlous Miller and Clayton English.
In February 2019, he and performer Jess Hilarious co-organized the 2019 BET Social Awards.
DC played alongside rapper Lil Yachty in the 2019 sequel, How High, which debuted on MTV on April 20, 2019.