Stevie J net worth: Stevie J is a three-time Grammy award winning hip-hop producer, singer and songwriter who has a net worth of $5 million. Stevie J is most famous for working with artists like the Notorious B.I.G., P Diddy, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z and many more. In the early 90s, as member of the group Total, Stevie J was discovered by Bad Boy Entertainment's president and founder Sean "P Diddy" Combs who signed him to a contract on the spot after being blown away by Stevie's vocals and musical talent. Soon after signing with Bad Boy, Stevie J moved behind the mic and started producing hits for Bad Boys' all-star roster. He produced the majority of 112's first album but it was his work with Notorious BIG that put him on the hip-hop map. Stevie J produced Biggie's entire second album B.I.G.: Life After Death including the classic tracks "Notorious Thugs" and "Mo Money Mo Problems". Life After Death has sold over 20 million copies to date. Stevie J won his first Grammy for his work on Mariah Carey's album Butterfly, specifically her song "Honey". Stevie J has produced or contributed to more than 60 hit songs, and he continues to contribute to the hip hop industry today. In addition to his work in the music industry, Stevie J can also be seen in the most recent season of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta on VH1. Stevie was first seen on the reality television show, with his long time girlfriend Mimi Faust, who he shares a child with, but in previous seasons a love triangle developed and Stevie J ended up parting with his long time girlfriend and marrying fellow cast mate and Puerto Rican rapper, Joseline Hernandez.
Stevie J Child Support Problems: In June 2014, Stevie J was arrested in Georgia on charges that he has failed to pay over $1 million in child support to a former girlfriend. Stevie and his ex have two children together, one born in in 1997 and another born in 1998. After they broke up in 1999, a judge ordered Stevie J to pay $6600 a month in child support. That payment was eventually upped to $8500. Unfortunately, Stevie stopped making payments sometime in 2001 and over the next 13 years he wracked up an impressive $1.1 million worth of debt.