Born on June 7, 1991, Willie Junior Maxwell II is an American rapper, singer, and songwriter better known by his stage name Fetty Wap.
Maxwell was raised in Paterson, New Jersey, where he was born. In a 2015 interview, Maxwell disclosed that he was born with glaucoma in both of his eyes and that his left eye had to be replaced with an ocular prosthesis since doctors were unable to preserve it. Prior to leaving to pursue his musical career, he was a student at Eastside High School.
He became well-known thanks to his breakout single, “Trap Queen,” which peaked at number two on the American Billboard Hot 100 chart in May 2015. As a result, Fetty Wap and 300 Entertainment were able to reach a record deal.
The top 10 American singles “679” (with Remy Boys) and “My Way” were released after the song (remixed featuring Drake). The three songs were all included on Fetty Wap’s debut album of the same name, which was released in September 2015 and reached its highest point on the US Billboard 200.
Lezhae Zeona, the most recent ex-wife of Fetty Wap, was asked about her new relationship on the Fresh and Fit podcast in September 2022 but was ultimately kicked off for disrespecting the presenters and losing her cool.
Fetty Wap siblings: Meet Divinity Maxwell
Divinity Maxwell was born to American parents and is a native of the state of New Jersey. Although the famous sibling leads a secluded life and hasn’t revealed anything about it, her precise date of birth is unknown. She is both an American citizen and of African-American origin.
Divinity has siblings, including Willie Junior Maxwell (Fetty Wap), Yazzming Ingenious Lee, and Rob McCoy Maxwell, with whom she shared a childhood.
The famous sibling completed her elementary and high school studies before graduating from Passaic County Institute. The public is still unaware of the credentials and degrees she earned while pursuing her studies.
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