Petey Pablo net worth: Petey Pablo is an American rapper who has a net worth of $50 thousand dollars. Born Moses Mortimer Barrett on July 22, 1973 in Greenville, North Carolina, he moved to New York City, straight out of prison in 1993, where he met rappers Black Rob and Busta Rhymes. The story goes that Pablo (nicknamed Freek-a-Leek) was signed to Jive Records after their A&R (Artists & Repertoire) rep heard him rapping in a nightclub bathroom. The single Raise Up off of his debut album reached #25 on the Billboard Hot 100. After his departure from Jive Records, Pablo founded his own independent label, Carolina Music Group. In 2002, Pablo appeared as himself in the film Drumline, where he performed the songs Club Banker, You Can Find Me, Raise Up and I Told Y'All. He also appeared in the film Just Another Day in 2009, where he played a character named B-Bone. In 2010, he was again arrested at Raleigh-Durham International Airport after attempting to carry a stolen semi-automatic pistol aboard a commercial plane bound for Los Angeles. He was sentenced to 35 months in prison and was released in March 2014. Upon his release, Pablo announced his plans to get back into the studio with producer and close pal Timbaland.
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Date of Birth
Jul 22, 1973 (42 years old)
Songwriter, Actor, Rapper, Record producer
United States of America
Pablo, Petey, Moses Barrett III, Moses Mortimer Barrett III
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