The rapper recently reacted to Jonier’s court paperwork seeking spousal support in their divorce, claiming his poor financial situation as a result of the epidemic, which consumed the majority of his revenue.
Xzibit discusses his present financial situation
According to the new records, he is no longer the earner, as he was before his divorce. He said that he no longer works in Hollywood and that he has made no money from his cannabis endeavors. Furthermore, he lost a significant amount of money when his shows were canceled because of COVID-19.
Even with his own and his son’s costs, the artist said that he is fighting to make ends meet. He then said that his ex-wife is doing well without spousal support, noting that her most recent annual salary was about $175,000 USD. Krista’s new boyfriend has already removed X’s artwork and recorded plaques at the couple’s home.
X also said that Krista promised to sell their home after their divorce in February 2022, but has now consented to sell it. The home is estimated to be worth $3,715,600, and the couple had to take out short-term loans to cover the mortgage. According to X, Krista negotiated a new lease on a 2021 Bentley via his firm, Xzibit Inc. He accused her of faking his name on a down payment cheque. He even asked her to return the Bentley since he couldn’t afford it or its insurance payments, but she refused and kept the vehicle hidden for 8 months.
Xzibit’s net worth
In 1996, he made his musical debut as Alvin Nathaniel Joiner with the album At the Speed of Life. The chart-topping album topped the Billboard Hot 200. The album’s popularity aided him in signing a deal with Loud Records that year. The 47-year-net old’s worth is estimated to be approximately $2 million as of December 2022 by CelebrityNetWorth. In 2003, he paid $670,000 for a 3,160-square-foot property in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Woodland Hills. In 2008, he sought to sell the property for $1.2 million but dropped the price to $650,000 in 2010. In December of that year, he sold it for $610,000.
After releasing his first album in 1996, he followed it up with his second album, 40 Dayz & 40 Nightz, in August 1998. He has appeared in a few songs by well-known performers. In 1999, he made his acting debut in The Breaks. Restless, Xzibit’s third studio album, was released in 2000, and he also participated in the film Tha Eastsidaz. He had a cameo appearance in the comedy series Cedric the Entertainer Presents in 2002. He then released Man vs. Machine, his fourth studio album.
Xzibit rose to prominence after appearing on the MTV program Pimp My Ride. In 2004, he released his fifth studio album, Weapons of Mass Destruction, and participated in the film Full Clip, as well as a cameo appearance on CSI: Miami. In 2005, he appeared in three video games.
Since 2006, he has concentrated on acting, appearing in films such as XXX: State of the Union, Hoodwinked, and Gridiron Gang, among others. Full Circle, his sixth studio album, was a commercial flop, and he didn’t release another record for two years. In 2011, Xzibit made guest appearances on television programs and produced the Urban Ammo 2 collection. His subsequent album, Napalm, was published in 2012, and he participated in the television series Hawaii Five-0. Temptation’s sixth studio album, Hydra, featured him as a guest singer. He joined the Empire cast in February 2016.