How Rich Was Gangsta Boo? Net Worth, Career, Salary

Gangsta Boo, an American rapper and former member of the hip-hop group Three 6 Mafia, died at the age of 43. DJ Paul K.O.M., the creator of the hip-hop group, announced her death by posting a photo of her on Instagram. Gangsta Boo allegedly died on January 1 at approximately 4 p.m. at her Memphis home. While the official cause of death is still unclear, insiders tell TMZ that the rapper died from drug-related complications.

According to a source, the rapper’s brother was with her last night at a nearby performance and was hospitalized due to overdosing. While he is currently in stable health, sources close to the investigation say narcotics were discovered at Boo’s murder site and that a fentanyl-laced substance might have been a factor in her death. On DJ Paul’s tweet, other musicians and artists paid respect to the late rapper.

Lil Jon, a rapper, commented:


The Drum Major, KLC, wrote:


La Goony Chonga, a Cuban rapper, stated:

“No way, lola. I’m in tears because she was so genuine. RIP, Queen Elizabeth II.”

Gangsta Boo Net Worth

Lola C. Mitchell, best known by her stage as Gangsta Boo, was born on August 7, 1979, in Memphis, Tennessee. Her estimated net worth at the time of her death was $2 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. Mitchell became a member of the hip-hop group Three 6 Mafia in 1995. She was the group’s second female member, after K-9. Boo was a member of the group when their first album, Mystic Stylez, was released in 1995. The hip-hop group released their albums Chapter 1: The End and Chapter 2: World Domination in 1996 and 1997, respectively. Three 6 Mafia released their album When the Smoke Clears: Sixty 6, Sixty 1 in 2000, which peaked at number two on the US R&B charts and sixth on the Billboard 200.

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Choices: The album, which was released a year later, peaked at #4 on the US R&B charts. In 2001, Gangsta Boo departed the group. While collaborating with the band, the female rapper recorded her solo albums Enquiring Minds (1998) and Both Worlds *69 (2001). Boo continued to work and published her album Enquiring Minds II: The Soap Opera in 2003 after she departed.

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Gangsta Boo has also collaborated with Prophet Posse, Hypnotize Camp Posse, Gucci Mane, Witch by La Chat, OutKast, The Game, and other artists. The Where Dem Dollas At rapper has just begun collaborating with music portal Uproxx to debut her new performances and tracks. She released a video of her live performance of I’m Fresh on Instagram in December 2022.

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