Rapper’s fortune explored as he reveals financial struggles, unable to pay ex-wife Krista Jonier
Xzibit is unwilling to pay child support to his ex-wife, Krista Jonier, who lives with her new boyfriend in their home. The rapper recently responded to legal paperwork from Jonier asking for spousal support in their divorce, citing his deteriorating financial situation since most of his earnings were used up during the pandemic.
Xzibit reveals its current financial situation
The new documents mention that he is no longer the breadwinner, as he was before his divorce. He said he no longer works in Hollywood and has earned nothing from his cannabis businesses. Additionally, he lost a lot of money when his concerts were canceled due to COVID-19.
The entertainer said he struggled to make ends meet, even with his own and his son’s expenses. He then mentioned that his ex-wife was doing fine without spousal support, saying her recent income was almost $175,000 a year. Krista’s current boyfriend has previously landed X’s artwork and recorded plaques at the couple’s home.
X also said that Krista agreed to sell their house after their divorce in February 2022, but recently agreed to discharge the property. The home is valued at around $3,715,600 and the couple had to take out short term loans to pay the mortgage.
According to X, Krista acquired a new lease on a 2021 Bentley and signed it under his company, Xzibit Inc. He accused her of forging his name on a check for a deposit. He even asked her to return the Bentley as it was difficult for her to afford it and her insurance payments, but she refused to do so and hid the car for 8 months.
Xzibit net worth and career
Also known as Alvin Nathaniel Joiner, he made his musical debut with an album titled At the speed of life in 1996. The hit album topped the Billboard Hot 200. The album’s success helped him land a contract with Loud Records that year.
According to CelebrityNetWorth, the 47-year-old’s net worth is estimated to be around $2 million. He bought a 3,160 square foot home in the Los Angeles suburb of Woodland Hills for $670,000 in 2003.
He tried to sell the house for $1.2 million in 2008 and dropped the price to $650,000 in 2010. He finally sold it for $610,000 in December of that year.
His career explored
After the release of his first album in 1996, he released his second album, 40 days and 40 nights in August 1998. He was also featured on a few songs by well-known artists. He made his acting debut with The breaks in 1999.
Xzibit released their third studio album, Restlessin 2000 and also appeared in the film, The Eastsidaz. He made an appearance in the 2002 comedy series Cédric the artist presents. He then released his fourth studio album, man versus machine.
Xzibit became popular after appearing on MTV show Pimp my ride. He released his fifth studio album, Weapons of mass destructionin 2004 and appeared in the film Full Video, in addition to appearing in Expert: Miami. He was featured in three video games in 2005.
From 2006, he focused on acting and had prominent roles in movies like XXX: State of the Union, Deceived, and Redemption, among others. His sixth studio album, full circlewas a commercial failure and he did not release an album for two years after that.
Xzibit has made appearances on TV shows and released a compilation titled Urban ammo 2 in 2011. His next album Napalm was released in 2012 and he appeared in the series Hawaii five-0. He also appeared as a guest vocalist in in temptationthe sixth studio album by, Hydra.
He joins the cast of Empire in February 2016.