Juicy J Age, Facts, Family, Biography, Career

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About Juicy J
Birth PlaceUnited States
Birth DateApril 51975
Zodiac SignAries
Eye ColorDark Brown

Who Is Juicy J?

Juicy J is an American rapper, songwriter, record producer, and record executive known for being a founding member of the Southern hip-hop group Three 6 Mafia. The group has released several albums including “Mystic Stylez,” “Chapter 1: The End,” and “Chapter 2: World Domination.”

What Is Juicy J’s Real Name?

His real name is Jordan Michael Houston III, but he is better known as Juicy J.

How Many Social Media Followers Does He Have?

He has more than 4 million followers on Instagram (@juicyj) and over 3.5 million followers on X (@therealjuicyj).

He also has a YouTube channel (@juicyjcomic) with a subscriber count of more than 2.5 million.

What Is His Net Worth?

In 2023, he had a net worth of about $20 million.

What Are The Educational Details Of Juicy J?

He attended North Side High School in Memphis, Tennessee.

What Is The Height Of Juicy J?

He is about 6 feet or 182.88 cm tall.

Who Is In His Family?

He has an older brother named Patrick Houston (aka Project Pat).

What Is His Birthplace?

He was born in Memphis, Tennessee, United States.

Has He Endorsed Any Brand?

In April 2014, Juicy J was featured in a television commercial promoting the beer brand Colt 45.

Does Juicy J Have A Girlfriend?

Juicy J has been in a relationship with Regina Perera since May 2013. They got married spontaneously in Las Vegas in July 2016 while Juicy J was in the city for a show.

Regina has been open about their relationship on social media. The couple welcomed a baby girl in February 2018 and a son in 2020.

Juicy J Facts

  1. In 2005, they achieved their highest commercial success with the single “Stay Fly,” reaching number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100.
  2. Houston penned the lyrics for the Three 6 Mafia (which he cofounded in 1991) track “Slob on My Knob” during his 11th-grade year at North Side High School in 1999.
  3. Between 2009 and 2011, Juicy J shifted his focus away from Three 6 Mafia to concentrate on his solo career.
  4. Juicy J had a challenging childhood and frequently assisted his older brother, Project Pat, in the sale of drugs.
  5. In December 2017, he dropped a new album titled “Rubba Band Business.”
  6. In 2006, as part of Three 6 Mafia, he secured an Oscar award for Best Original Song for “It’s Hard out Here for a Pimp,” featured in the soundtrack of the crime drama film “Hustle & Flow.”


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