|Born Name||Algernod Lanier Washington,|
|Birth Place||Fort Myers, Florida|
|Height||5 feet 5 inches|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
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Plies is an American rapper who became famous after the release of his debut album The Real Testament. He often portrayed himself as a larger-than-life criminal to build a persona that caters to his fans. His onstage name “Plies” refers to drug dealers in his hometown, Fort Myers.
On 19th September, police captured Plies, whose real name is Algernod Lanier Washington. It was because police officers found a gun in his carry bag while he was going through security at Tampa International Airport.
Law enforcement sources told that when TSA was scanning the rapper’s luggage, agents found a Glock 43 gun and a fully-loaded magazine beside it inside a black-colored backpack. Making matters worse, Plies reportedly did not have a permit for the weapon at the time of his arrest.
Plies Married Life: Wife and Children
Plies is a successful rapper in the entertainment industry whose personal life is quite mysterious as he doesn’t talk much about his private life in front of his fans and media.
He probably never before married and he is probably single at the moment. The 42 years old rapper seems to have no plan of exchanging wedding vows.
However, this year, he mentioned he’s planning to marry and even asked if any women wanted to be his wife through his twitter account.
As Plies keeps his lip tight about his private life, several rumors swirled, linking him with some famous names. He allegedly dated Angela Yee, an American radio personality, back in March 2015.
Plies also allegedly dated Miami beauty, Brandy Lacole, for a couple of months. Nevertheless, the duo never confirmed their relationship, and Brandy is now married.
As a matter of fact, Plies has a 14-year-old son, Nijier Lanier Washington. However, the sources haven’t confirmed Nijier as his biological son. A rumor says his ex-girlfriend, Brandy Lacole Lyons, gave birth to their son, Nijier Lanier Washington, in October 2003 but there is no official information.
So, Plies is perhaps single and living his life elegantly.
Plies Net worth
His debut album The Real Testament sold more than 90 thousand copies within the first week in August 2017. Likewise, Plies’ another single Shawty topped the Billboard Hot Rap Tracks chart the same year. The other tracks like Hypnotized and I Am the Club are equally successful.
Plies released two albums Definition of Real and Da REAList. Similarly, his second single Bust It Baby Pt. 2 reached at the number two on the Hot Rap Tracks list.
As his popularity grew, Plies started making guest appearances with rappers and other music producers. Moreover, he even performed live and recorded many tracks till the date.
Furthermore, he released his fourth album Goon Affiliated in June 2010 which was a more significant success than his previous three albums. Consequently, Plies took a long time to complete his fifth album, Purple Heart which he released in the year 2017.
Meanwhile, Plies released many mixtapes and established himself as a rapper who can make music on different issues and connect with a broad fan base from all walks of life. Through all those hard work and dedication from a very young age, Plies net worth must be in millions of dollars. Nevertheless, what everyone wants to know is, what’s the figure of Plies net worth?
As of 2018, Plies holds an estimated net worth of $14 million.
Plies Wiki – Bio: Age, Height, Education, Family
Plies was born as Algernod Lanier Washington in the year 1976 in Fort Myers, Florida, US. His birthday falls on 1st July, and his current age is 42.
Regarding his origin, he belongs to Afro-American ethnicity and his height is 5 feet 5 inches.
Plies grew up in the East Dunbar area of Fort Myers and attended the Fort Myers High School, where he used to play football as a defender.
Furthermore, he was popular among his peers and was once became the “best-dressed” student of his class. Moreover, he also won the crown of ‘Homecoming King.’
Plies attended Miami University and then joined the University of Central Florida as a transfer student. However, he dropped out to pursue a music career. As a result, he played for the University football team as a receiver and even thought of becoming a professional footballer. However, music was his first choice.