Method Man’s net worth
Method Man is a hip-hop recording artist, music producer, and actor with a net worth of $14 million. He is most known as a member of the Wu-Tang Clan, an East Coast hip-hop group. He is also a part of Method Man & Redman, a hip-hop combo.
Clifford Smith Jr. (a.k.a. Method Man) was born on March 2, 1971, in Hempstead, Long Island, New York. He obtained his stage name from the 1979 film “The Fearless Young Boxer,” also known as Method Man.
Smith, Terri, and Missy spend their time between their father’s Long Island home and their mother’s Park Hill neighborhood on Staten Island’s Clifton. He attended New Dorp High School, where he met rapper Remedy.
He is most known as a member of the East Coast hip hop group Wu-Tang Clan, created on Staten Island in 1992.
RZA, GZA, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Method Man, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck, U-God, and Masta Killa were early members.
Only two members had a solo song on the group’s first album, “Enter the Wu-Tang.” The contract for the Wu-Tang Clan was unique in that it let members sign with any record company and create solo albums. Def Jam has signed Method Man to a contract.
Method Man’s solo debut, “Tical” (1994), was critically acclaimed and well-received, opening at #4 on the charts and selling over a million copies. Method Man and Mary J. Blige won a Grammy Award.
Method Man has starred in the films “Belly,” “How High,” and “Garden State,” in addition to minor appearances in “The Wackness,” “Venom,” and “Red Tails.” He has also starred in HBO’s “Oz” as Tug Daniels, “The Wire” as Calvin “Cheese” Wagstaff, and “The Deuce” as Rodney. Additionally, he appears in TBS’s “The Last OG.”
In 2007, he was selected one of About.com’s Top 50 MCs of All Time (1987–2007). In 2012, The Source ranked him among the Top 50 Lyricists of All Time.
In 2017, he co-hosted “Drop the Mic,” a celebrity battle rap program, with Hailey Baldwin. He will appear on Starz in “Power Book II: Ghost” in 2020.
Smith has seen his share of legal difficulties, including getting pulled over in New York City in 2007 for driving with an expired registration sticker. Two joints and a bag of marijuana were located in the vehicle, as well as more marijuana beneath the driver’s seat.
He was accused of driving while intoxicated, operating a vehicle with an expired registration, possessing illegal marijuana, and criminal marijuana possession. He took a plea agreement that included assembly service, which he accomplished by rapping to youngsters about the risks of opioids.
Method In October 2009, a man was arrested in his Staten Island apartment for tax evasion.
Between 2004 and 2007, he owed approximately $33,000 in taxes in the state of New York due to his failure to file taxes. In June 2010, he pled guilty and was sentenced to a conditional discharge after paying a $106,000 fine.
On the contentious side, he had a personal and public dispute with Wendy Williams, a TV talk show host, on “The Breakdown,” an online program on Onloq.com.
He questioned Sean Combs’ selections on the album “The Notorious BIG Duets: The Final Chapter” during a 2006 performance, alleging that Biggie would never have collaborated with some of the record’s subpar artists.
In another dispute, he was cast in the Fox comedy “Method & Red” (2004), but the program was canceled after a few episodes, causing Method Man to criticize the network for using a laugh track. He advised viewers not to bother viewing the program before its first airing.
Tamika Smith was proposed to in 1999, and the pair married in 2001. His son, Raekwon Smith, is a 2020 graduate of Stony Brook University.
Method Man was a close friend of The Notorious BIG and served as the album’s lone guest rapper.
Method Man voted in his first presidential election in 2020. On November 3, 2020, he headed to Instagram to share a snapshot of his “I Voted” sticker with the caption: “Everyone has a first time; this is mine… #vote #firsttimevoter It is not a luxury; it is a fundamental right… VOTE”