How rich is Yung Joc? Net worth, career, salary

Rapper Yung Joc recently made news after sending $1800 to the wrong person. He was prevented from doing so when he asked the man to repay the money. The rapper quickly asked his Instagram fans to contact the man so he could get the money back. Joc posted a snapshot of his interaction with the anonymous person. He wrote in the caption:

“I accidentally gave them a Zelle and they refuse to refund my money.” Could you be so kind as to call or contact them and ask them to refund my change?”

Yung Joc even included Gangsta Boo’s tune Where Dem Dollas At in his Instagram post. Singer Vedo responded to the article, adding that he had been given money and promptly returned it. According to Vedo:

“Man, someone just happened to give me about $1500 one day.” I returned the money because the kind of terrible karma you get is not worth it. You may not realize it, but that $1800 cost them a lot more.”

Yung Joc net worth

Born on September 20, 1980, young Joc rose to fame with his 2006 single It’s Goin’ Down. T-2007 Pain’s single Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin’) featured him. The 42-year-old’s net worth is estimated at around $4 million by CelebrityNetWorth. Although precise information about his net worth is not available, he made the majority of his fortune through his work in the music business.

Yung Joc

In 2005, Yung Joc met Atlanta producer Nitti Beatz and recorded the song It’s Goin Down. He worked with Russell “Block” Spencer and was signed to the Bad Boy South label. In June 2006, Joc released his first album, New Joc City. He appeared on songs like Show Stopper and Call U Out. His next song, I Know U See It, peaked at number 17 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number two on the Hot Rap Tracks chart. Hustlenomics, Joc’s second album, debuted at number three on the Billboard 200 in 2007. He appeared on songs such as Get Like Me, So Fly and Beep.

Joc released Grind Flu, a mixtape, in August 2009, followed by a track from his album Mr. Robinson’s Neighborhood the following year. In October 2012, RCA Music Group announced the dissolution of Arista Records and Jive Records, forcing Joc to release his upcoming songs on RCA Records.

Yung Joc

In March 2014, Yung Joc released the song I Got B***hes from his third album. In September 2014, he released another song, Features, from another album. He is the founder of Swagg Team Entertainment, a music label founded in 2010. He has also appeared on the VH1 reality show Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta and the horror reality show Scared Famous.