Hitman Holla

Mar 20, 2021 @ 17:46 EDT
How Much Is Hitman Holla's Net Worth? A Look at His Fortune.

Hitman Holla (b. March 29, 1988) is an Atlanta-based battle rapper best known for his appearance in the longest-running hip-hop-based comedy game show, Wild 'N Out, hosted by Nick Cannon. While being part of the star-studded lineup, he's also been part of a racial profiling case in the midst of a spike in reports of racial violence during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Coming from St. Louis, Missouri, and setting aside the scholarship from California State Northridge, Holla started battle rapping in 2008 at the SMACK/URL leagues making a name for himself in the circuit with his signature finishing words, "ball game" and/or "yett yett". After having been banned from URL in 2013 for threatening to knock Street Star Norbes out, who himself sued URL for $40 million recently, Holla joined Season 6 of Wild 'N Out in 2014.

What Is Hitman Holla's Current Net Worth?

Over the course of his career, Hitman Holla, whose real name is Gerald Fulton Jr., has accumulated substantial wealth despite being unjustly involved in a number of controversies. While the exact numbers are not readily available, he is estimated to be a millionaire with a net worth of $2 million. Unsurprisingly, this estimate is the lower limit of his fortune to many sources.

NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 24: Rapper Hitman Holla poses for photos during the Nick Cannon and Ncredible Gang performance on SiriusXM's Hip Hop Nation on April 24, 2018 in New York City.Holla is a prominent figure of 'Wild 'N Out' Due to His Friendship with Nick Cannon.
Photo Credit: Astrid Stawiarz, Getty Images for SiriusXM

Undoubtedly, Holla's earned his share of wealth from his numerous rap battles and his Wild 'N Out appearances. Unfortunately, it's also difficult to confirm if his earnings would add up to a couple million dollars. Regardless, he's battle-rapped outside URL as well, particularly in the Battle American Fight Klub and notably against Charlie Clips in the Go Rilla Warfare League in 2013.

Holla's claim of a ban from the URL came before his NOME 3 battle with Conceited in April 2013 as he fumed over the Aye Verb vs Arsonal's St. Louis battle being uploaded first. These battles apparently bring in rewards in hundred-thousands.

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Additionally, he's released a single of his own, Diddy Dum Dum, featuring rapper Jeff in October 2017. He's also starred and filmed the independent film, She Ball, in 2020, which Nick Cannon directed and co-directed. Speaking of Cannon, Holla was only the second battle rapper to feature in Wild 'N Out. He's progressively increased his appearance episodes since starting in 2014.

He's a Former Social Media Influencer in His Own Way

Hitman Holla has a massive 1.5 million followers on Instagram, and there's no doubt sponsorships come flooding in for him. But more than the financial aspects of Instagram, what catches the eyes is the countless number of racy pictures with his girlfriend. Regardless, he could demand $4,000 on average for sponsoring a post on Instagram, as estimated by Influencer Marketing Hub.

Hitman Holla posing with wads of cash in his pocket.He is no stranger to showing of his money either.
Photo Source: Hitman Holla, Instagram

While Instagram is easy to get by, Holla had been quite enthusiastic to forward his YouTube career as well. That is, for a while. He's uploaded seven videos over three years ago, and also got decent views in each of them. His freestyle video rapping with Cannon, Conceited, and DC Young Fly even has just over a million views. Even though he's stopped posting, he still retains over 23,700 subscribers.

Looking through his YouTube channel, he's released more singles, though unofficial, by collaborating with a number of other rappers.

From 50 Cent Helping His Mom Beat Cancer to Falsely Used in Two Murder Cases

Hitman Holla discussed a number of milestones in his life in an interview with VladTV in May 2018, the first being his early day. Despite leaving California State University due to his bad grades, he did graduate in Communications from the University of St. Louis back home. Being enticed by battle rapping, he wanted nothing to do with school since then or sports, which he was originally interested in.

While chasing his dreams, he admits he was involved in a number of gang-related cases, but it got serious when he was named in two murder charges without being involved in it. He said he's let go of these cases, but he continues to be involved in a lot of new ones that he struggles to shake off.

 (L-R) Rappers Showwoutt, Conceited, Nick Cannon, Justina Valentine and Hitman Holla pose for photos with SiriusXM host Torae on SiriusXM's Hip Hop Nation on April 24, 2018, in New York City.This group was aptly named the Ncredible Gang.
Photo Credit: Astrid Stawiarz, Getty Images for SiriusXM

It was true that he beat up a guy who interrupted his KOTD rap battle in 2016 after his little brother first had a go at him (there's video proof of it). Drake reportedly had $10,000 for the winner, but it was declared a draw even after restarting the battle, and no one got the money.

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Back in mid-March 2020, Holla was pulled over for a minor driving violation by a policeman in Atlanta after being allegedly followed for a while and asked how much he paid for the car. He was later arrested on account of an outstanding warrant and suspected of driving a stolen car.

However, his friend, John John Da Don, who was with him in the car, made a 20-minute Instagram Live and detailed the events & the verbal altercation with the cop, who explained how the warrant and the VIN number of the car would be checked to see if the warrant still stands before setting him free. The hip-hop community was furious over it and accused the police of racial profiling them. He was released two days later.

On the flip side, he did receive massive support from his community. But an even bigger support came for him when his mother was battling breast cancer. While he himself shaved his head in support of his mother and against breast cancer in general, he received $10,000 from 50 Cent that actually helped his mother beat the disease.

Hitman Holla Is Partnering With His Girlfriend to Bring a Collaborative YouTube Channel

As mentioned before, he loves to post racy pictures of him with his girlfriend on Instagram. Hitman Holla's girlfriend is identified as Cinnamon, which is her only known name. So, while her details aren't available, her pictures are aplenty. His Valentine's Day post is an eye-popper.

Hitman Holla hugging his girlfriend Cinnamon on her birthday.It was one of the decent pictures of Cinnamon.
Photo Source: Hitman Holla, Instagram

Instagram isn't the only place Cinnamon thrives with Holla. The two also have a collaborative YouTube channel, HitMan Holla & Cinnamon, which was active last year. The videos there too were quite popular with hundreds of thousands of views in the six videos they have posted in all.

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After much speculation, Wild 'N Out is currently ongoing its 13th season with the most popular cast on the show yet, which includes appearances by Doja Cat, NeNe Leakes, Akon and Wiz Khalifa, among others.

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