Tee Grizzley was recently the victim of a crime in which intruders broke into his home and stole around $1 million. According to law enforcement officials, robbers busted a window at Tee’s home two weeks ago and discovered over a million dollars in jewels and cash. However, no one was at home at the time of the crime, and the matter is still being probed. Tee’s close friend PnB Rock was recently murdered while eating lunch at Roscoe’s Chicken and Waffles. The thief also snatched Rock’s diamond chains. Tee has already published a music video for the fourth installment of the Robbery series, which began with a message of ‘Rest In Heaven’ for Rock.
Tee Grizzley’s net worth
Grizzley is well-known for songs such as First Day Out, No Effort, Colors, From the D to the A, and others. In less than three weeks, his track First Day Out earned over two million views on YouTube, and he secured a record contract with 300 Entertainment and Atlantic Records. As of December 2022, the 28-year-net old’s worth is estimated to be approximately $1.5 million by idolnetworth.com. Although his assets are unclear, his work as a rapper, video game broadcaster, and composer has been her primary source of income.
Tee Grizzley became interested in rapping while in high school, and he founded the All-Stars Ball Hard group with his buddies JR, Po, and Lee, and they began uploading their tracks on YouTube. While attending Michigan State University, he had financial difficulties and started robbing other students’ dorms with a companion, taking around $20,000 in equipment and money in 2014. The rapper, real name Terry Sanchez Wallace Jr., and his companion Jeremy Ford were apprehended, but Wallace escaped to Kentucky. However, the former was caught in 2014 during an attempted robbery at a jewelry shop and sentenced to nine months in prison for robbery, followed by 18 months to 15 years in prison in 2015. The next year, he was discharged.
Tee Grizzley was released from jail in 2016 and released his debut song, First Day Out. In 2017, he signed with 300 Entertainment and Atlantic Records and released his second single, Second Day Out, followed by From the D to the A. No Effort was his following release, and My Moment, his debut mixtape, was published in April 2017.
Tee Grizzley’s music industry career
He continues to release new music, including Teetroit, Beef, Win, What Yo City Like, and others. Colors and Don’t Even Trip were among the tracks that followed. Activated, his first album, was released in May 2018, followed by Still My Moment, a mixtape published the same year. He rose to prominence with songs such as Locked Up, Red Light, Payroll, No Talkin, I Spy, Mr. Officer, and others. In June 2020, he released The Smartest, his second mixtape.
Built for Whatever, Tee Grizzley’s next album was released in May 2021 and included guest performances from musicians like the late King Von, Young Dolph, Lil Durk, YNW Melly, Quavo, G Herbo, and Big Sean. In April 2022, he released his third mixtape, Half Tee Half Beast.