10 Things You Didn’t Know About Go Yayo

Go Yayo

Go Yayo is an American rapper and local music producer. His real name is Peters Xavier Kyrin. Here are a few things you didn’t know about the rapper.

1. Personal Life

Kyrin Xavier Peters, known by his stage name, Go, Yayo, is of the black ethnicity, and his zodiac sign is Gemini. He was born in 1996 in Fort Worth in Texas in the United States of America on June 6th, and he is 24 years old. He has not disclosed his family and his parents, especially his mother, as many rappers usually do. However, we are sure that the rapper hails from a very poor background and has struggled to be where he is today.

2. Early Life

Go Yayo was exposed to many things at a very tender age, making many wonder if his parents were keen on his exposure or contributed to it. Go Yayo has surely seen and experienced the harshest side of life and all the trash the world can throw to a child. He took his first puff of weed when he was in elementary school. It is quite shocking how he accessed drugs at a young age. The chances are that the reason behind his drug access is the neighborhood in which he was raised. At the age of 12, he was already popping all different types of pills. According to Everipedia, Go Yayo lost his virginity when he was only 11 years old, a very sad thing sad.

3. Facing Assault Charges

When Yayo was 18 years old, he was on the verge of ending up in prison for 20 years as he attempted to murder a person whose identity is still not known. He was arrested and was also charged for assault using a deadly weapon. Note that this is not the first time Yayo found himself on the wrong side of the law. He had been charged with other offenses, but these were among the most serious offenses. He only remained in jail for a short period of time, after which he was released.

4. Dramatic Motivational Speaker

Go is famous for his rap and for featuring in the performance of guns-and-drugs. According to Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Go crashed at a playground rally for the STAAR test in Morningside Middle school. This occurred on the 6th of May, when Yayo went to the microphone and began talking to the kids telling them to stay in school, and advised the girls to keep off from the boys. He went on to warn them not to do as he does as guns and drugs are an image he has to uphold, for he is a rapper. He told them to keep off such and to listen to their mothers. Although he gave pretty sensible good advice, the adults were upset by his appearance, rejecting it. His officials, however, made it clear that this would never happen again.

5. He started rapping when he was in prison

Go Yayo began rapping (a form of musical vocal delivery that involves rhyming, spitting, and emceeing) while in prison. However, he made the rapping open when he was 19 years old and out of prison. He got his stage name from a previous Moniker, “Kayo,” which rhymed with Yayo.

6. The shinning season of his career

His career started shinning in 2014 when he opened his first YouTube channel where he posted the official video of his song, a single “Don’t Trip.” He used his YouTube channel to post most of his videos, both music-oriented and personal. So far, he has posted over 190 videos. His song ” Damn it ” received over 4 million views. The other popular YouTube videos were ” Go Yayo – Boom ” and ” Go Yayo – IDK .” He has been associated with other rappers such as ” Blac Youngsta ” whom he was associated with in March 2016.

7. Yayo’s Net Worth

Go Yayo has been through a lot, and hailing from his poor background, he has tried a great deal to be where he is. His net worth ranges from $1 million to $5 million. This is as a result of his rapping.

8. His unbecoming act

At one instance, Yayo found himself yet again on the wrong side of the law. He was in a police chase, and he decided to film the whole thing on his Instagram story as one can see several police cars flashing lights behind him. He was smoking blunt and bragged about how he would not pull over until he was done smoking. According to Hip Hop DX, Go was mad at someone who snitched on him, and he continued to curse on this person, saying that he or she would be out by morning.

9. Escaping Jail After Rapping For Judge

Yayo shared a video where he was on trial at yet another incident of messing with the law. It is known that with talent, one can go places and even get a chance to shake hands and rub shoulders with the rich and mighty. No one thought it could be a way out of jail. In his video, Yayo managed to impress a judge and change her mind about sending him to jail. Yayo made a little performance for the pretty impressed judge and then rapped his song Ride for the judge. Seeing that she would not be doing Yayo’s talent justice by sending him to jail, the judge decided to bend the law on Go Yayo’s side and let him go.

10. He is a music producer

Go is in for giving back to the community. Many people in his hometown look up to him, and they refer to him as a star. He is a local music producer, and he aims to touch the lives of many youths by helping them discover who they are early. He brings the songs of these young men and women to life. He is also making a good amount of money from this enterprise.

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