Bow Wow Net Worth

Shad Gregory Moss, more popular as Bow Wow, is an American actor, rapper and a television host. Starting his career at a young age of six, Bow Wow Net Worth is estimated to be $ 16 million.

As of now, the rapper has been signed by Puff Daddy’s label, Bad Boy Records. Apart from music, he is also an active actor having worked in movies like Furious 7 (2015), Scary Movie 5(2013), Madea’s Big Happy Family(2011), The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006) and Johnson Family Vacation(2004).

Lately, he was in the news for his birthday bash with fellow rappers Chris brown and Fabulous.

Bow Wow worth
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Years active1993–present
Height1.7 m
Weight67 kg
LabelsBad Boy, Columbia,  Cash Money Republic
Bow Wow net worth$ 16 million



Born in Columbus, Ohio, to Alfonso Preston Moss and Teresa Rena Caldwell, Gregory had a musical interest from his formative years. He reportedly started rapping at age 3 and then at age 6 he was already doing stage shows. In one such show, he was noticed by Snoop Dogg, who later gave his a stage name “Lil Bow Wow”. From there his career as a rapper began and then after some years of practice, he launched his first album “Beware of Dog”. One song, “That’s My Name” even featured the rapper Snoop Dogg. The album soon topped the charts, selling over 3 million copies in total. In 2001, it was certified Platinum by “The Recording Industry Association of America”.


Assets and Properties:

Before turning 20, he already had millions in the bank, so going by the usual norms, the first thing that he invested his money on, was his mansions. As reported by “Bornrich”, he owns one house in America, while the other one is in Japan.

Bow Wow also owns a couple of supercars, which includes a 2006 Lamborghini Murcielago, a Range Rover Sports SuperCharged, a Bentley Continental GT and also a beautiful Porsche 911 Turbo.


Source of revenues:

Albums released till date:

  • Underrated (2016)
  • New Jack City II (2009)
  • The Price of Fame (2006)
  • Wanted (2005)
  • Unleashed (2003)
  • Doggy Bag (2001)
  • Beware of Dog (2000)