Pitbull net worth: Pitbull is a Cuban-American rapper and songwriter who has a net worth of $65 million. Pitbull was born Armando Christian Perez on January 15, 1981 in Miami, Florida to Cuban expatriates. His parents separated when he was young, and he was raised by his mother who kicked him out of their house when he was 16. Pitbull then became a drug dealer, just like his father. He attended South Miami Senior High School before graduating from Miami Coral Park High School. As of 2014 he has released seven albums and one EP. His first recorded mainstream performance was on a solo track from Lil Jon's 2002 album "Kings of Crunk", which featured Pitbull rapping over Jon's. In 2004, Pitbull released his debut album titled "M.I.A.M.I.", which is short for Money Is A Major Issue. Pitbull's albums have sold millions of copies worldwide. Pitbull is notable for his many collaborations and extremely catchy singles. During his career he collaborated with Jennifer Lopez, Lil John, Shakira, Usher, Diddy and many more. Furthermore, Pitbull co-founded Bad Boy Latino alongside Diddy in 2005. He still serves as the label's head of A&R. Outside of music, Pitbull endorses many products including Bud Light, Kodak and Dr. Pepper. As if that wasn't enough, Pitbull is the spokesman and majority owner of Voli Vodka.
Pitbull Net Worth
Date of Birth
Jan 15, 1981 (35 years old)
Singer-songwriter, Record producer, Rapper, Actor, Songwriter, Music artist, Composer
United States of America
5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)
170 lbs (77 kg)
Hispanic and Latino Americans
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