A rapper and songwriter by the stage name Lil Uzi Vert, Symere Bysil Woods (also known as Lil Uzi Vert) rose to fame in 2015 with the release of his Luv Is Rage album. As a result of the success of his mixtape, Uzi was signed to Atlantic Records.
Lil Uzi Vert vs. the World, a mixtape containing global hits like Money Longer and You Was Right, was released by the label. He released two mixtapes in 2016 and 2017 before appearing in Migos’ Bad and Boujee. His debut album, Luv Is Rage 2, featured his first top ten hits, XO Tour Llif3.
Hip hop fans eagerly awaited Uzi’s Eternal Atake album in 2020, and it debuted at the top of the Billboard 200 chart. Uzi’s sexuality and dating history will be examined in this piece. Uzi’s sexuality remains a mystery to this day.
People Have Concluded that Uzi Is Not Straight Because of His Support for The LGBTQ Community and The Way He Dresses.
Hip-hop has come a long way in accepting people for who they are regardless of their sexual orientation. Homophobic slurs were common in the lyrics of the once political genre, which had no room for diversity.
Homophobia is still prevalent, but it is less blatant and widespread than it was in the past. Because of the global movement for LGBTQ rights and the emergence of rappers who don’t fit the traditional mould, there has been a shift in the music industry.
When it comes to cross-dressing, which was once considered taboo, acts like Young Thug and Lil Uzi Vert have popularised the idea. Instead of discussing their sexuality, most hip-hop artists prefer to let rumours fly around about their sexuality rather than address the issue head-on.
The fact that Lil Uzi hasn’t addressed his sexuality puts him squarely in this category. Many people believe he isn’t straight because of his androgynous appearance and outspoken support for the LGBTQ community.
We are unable to draw conclusions about the rapper’s sexuality until we hear from him. In terms of his personal life, we know that sex isn’t a big deal to Lil Uzi.
Since the end of 2018, Uzi revealed to his Twitter followers that he had not had sex. In the early months of 2020, he tweeted, “I don’t want sex, I just want to connect.”
On the 8th of August, 2017, Lil Uzi Vert took to Twitter to confirm his sexual orientation. Posting on Instagram, the rapper revealed that he was bisexual, which is unusual for hip-hop artists.
Lil Uzi Vert, on the other hand, has been dating a female stylist, Brittany Byrd, since 2014. When it comes to fashion, the couple appears to be a perfect match. As a sign of how similar they are, they sport bright hairstyles. He has worked with Brittany as his stylist, but she has also had an impact on other aspects of his life.
When the stylist tweeted a “single” and the rapper released a song, Stole Your Luv, about the end of their relationship, it was confirmed that the couple had broken up.
Although the rapper himself has denied these rumours, there were rumours that the official reason for their breakup was that she cheated on him. Once they were back together as a couple, Lil Uzi Vert tweeted a picture of the two of them together with the caption “More than friends.”
Symere Woods, better known as Lil Uzi Vert, was born on July 31, 1994, in Francisville, North Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. For the first time in his life, Woods purchased Mike Jones’ debut album.
As he got older, he started listening to artists like Ying Yang Twins, Wiz Khalifa, Marilyn Manson, Paramore, and Meek Mill. After hearing a classmate freestyle over a reworked Chris Brown instrumental in 10th grade, he decided to start rapping.
His band, Steaktown, was formed with the help of two other friends. His mother evicted him from the family home after just four days of working at a Bottom Dollar grocery store, where Woods had dropped out of high school to work. When he heard this, he knew he had to take his rap career more seriously.
From the way someone described Woods’ rap flow as “fast, like a machine gun,” he changed his name to Lil Uzi Vert. ‘Purple Thoughtz Vol 1’ by Woods, his debut EP, was released on January 19th, 2014.
According to the Guardian, it was described as “trippy” and “psychedelic.” The music video for “White Shit,” which Woods released in 2017 after breaking into the mainstream, went viral. After the release of his album, Woods caught the attention of ASAP Mob and producer Don Cannon.
“The Real Uzi,” Woods’ first mixtape, was released by Cannon’s The Academy imprint in August of that year. After that, he signed with Atlantic Records and appeared on Carnage’s single “WDYW” with Rich the Kid and ASAP Ferg.
Metro Boomin produced several of Woods’ SoundCloud tracks, and he appeared on the “Boys of Summer” tour with Fall Out Boy and Wiz Khalifa in August 2017. On October 20, 2015, he released “Luv Is Rage,” his second mixtape. HotNewHipHop described Woods as a “breakout artist” for 2015.
Woods released his SoundCloud single “Money Longer” in 2016. Upon its release, the song peaked at No. 54 on the Billboard Hot 100. A two-Platinum rating was given to it. During Woods’ performance at SXSW in March 2016, a riot broke out.
“Lil Uzi Vert vs. the World” was Uzi’s third mixtape and first commercial mixtape released in the following month. A Billboard 200 debut at number 37, it remained there for 55 weeks.
Finally, the album was certified Gold in the United States. For the Parental Advisory Tour in May 2016, Woods and Kodak Black teamed up. There were 10 XXL Freshmen named that summer, including Uzi.
Diamond Worth $24 Million?
When Lil Uzi Vert uploaded a video to Instagram on February 3, 2021, it appeared to show a pink diamond on his forehead. He went on to say that the diamond cost him $24 million. To buy the 10-11 carat diamond, Lil Uzi said he had saved for four years.
He claimed that the diamond was worth more than all of his automobiles combined, not to mention his house. As of this writing, the diamond’s value and the veracity of his claims are unconfirmed.
Based on our research, we estimate Lil Uzi Vert has made $30 million in earnings since he became a household name. That’s a pre-tax figure. According to the information we have, Lil Uzi spent $24 million on a single diamond, which is highly unlikely and implausible. The New York Post article that broke the story seemed to be promoting the jewel’s designer a little too much.