Beanie Sigel Net Worth
Beanie Sigel Net Worth: Beanie Sigel is an American rapper who has a net worth of $100 thousand. Beanie Sigel was born Dwight E. Grant on March 6, 1974 in South Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is a former member/artist of Dame Dash Music Group and Roc-A-Fella Records where he formed a relationship with rappers Jay-Z, Freeway and others. His stage name came from a street name in South Philadelphia. Sigel's debut album, The Truth, was released in February 2000, reaching No. 5 on the Billboard 200 Albums chart. The album produced three charting singles: Anything, Remember Them Days and The Truth and was certified gold by the RIAA. The Reason, his second studio album, was released on Roc-A-Fella Records in June 2001 and reached No. 5 on the Billboard 200 chart. His third studio album, The B. Coming, was released by Dame Dash Music Group in March 2005 and reach No. 3 on the Billboard 200 chart. After releasing a few more albums, he declared an end to his career in 2010 when he recorded I Go Off with 50 Cent. In early 2011, Sigel appeared on Travis Barker's album Can the Drummer Get Some, saying that this was the end of his career. Sigel has had his fair share of legal troubles: He was arrested for allegedly punching a 53-year-old man in the eye socket (2002); charged with attempted murder after allegedly firing six shots from a handgun at a club door (2003); convicted of federal weapons charges and sentenced to one year plus a day in federal prison (2004); Sigel himself was shot during a robbery one month after being released from prison and subsequently served a brief stint for child support charges (2006); arrested on drug possession charges (of 50 grams of marijuana in his vehicle (2009); charged with three counts of failing to file tax returns/sentenced to 25 months in prison (2010); arrested in Philadelphia on drug, weapons and conspiracy charges (2012). Sigel was released from Federal Correctional Institution, Schuylkill, August 14, 2014 and was reported to be serving out the remainder of his sentence in a halfway house in Philadelphia.