• Iviona Hatch is an aspiring rapper, daughter of famous rapper Boosie Badazz.
• She has seven siblings, and a net worth of $1 million.
• She is currently single and focused on her career.
• Boosie Badazz has released seven studio albums and his net worth is estimated to be $1 million.
• Boosie has had serious health problems in the past, including kidney cancer and a leg injury.
Who is Iviona Hatch?
Iviona Hatch is a celebrity child, best known to the world as the daughter of famous rapper Boosie Badazz. She’s an aspiring rapper herself, following in her father’s footsteps, and has already released a few singles, including “Betrayed” and “God Wants Me to Ball”.
Iviona Hatch Wiki: Age, childhood, and education
Ivona Hatch was born on 4 December 2001 under the Sagittarius zodiac sign, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA. She is the oldest child of Boosie Badazz, while her mother is Walnita Decuir-Hatch. She has seven siblings and half-siblings, as her father is known for having eight children with six different women.
Not all of her siblings’ names are known in the media, as some of them prefer to be out of the public eye, as well as Boosie’s ex-partners, but she is on good terms with all of them.
Her educational background is still a mystery, as she hasn’t talked about it, despite becoming a famous rapper.
Iviona knew from an early age that she would be a musician, and at just 10 years old recorded her first song, entitled “Daughter of a King and Queen”, about the love she has for her siblings, while she also sang about her father being an inspiration to her.
As she grew older, her focus on music increased, and she assumed the stage name Poison Ivi, releasing a number of songs. Moreover, she has collaborated with her father on the song “Go Off,” and the music video for the song now has over two million views on YouTube, the popular video-sharing platform.
As of early 2022, Iviona Hatch’s net worth has been estimated to be around $1 million, earned through her successful career as a rapper. She owns a Porsche Panamera, which is one of her most luxurious possessions.
Personal Life: Dating, Boyfriend, Single?
When it comes to her personal life, Iviona is one of those celebrities who tends to keep all things private. According to sources, she is currently single and solely focused on her budding music career.
Physical Appearance and Vital Statistics
Iviona Hatch has black hair and dark brown eyes. She stands at a height of 5 ft 4ins (1.6m), while she weighs approximately 155lbs (70 kgs). Her vital statistics and bra size are unknown, but she has an average figure.
Iviona Hatch’s Father – Boosie Badazz Biography
Torrence Ivy Hatch Jr. was born on 14 November 1982, in Baton Rouge, to Torrence Hatch Sr., a pastor who died in 1997, and his wife, Connie Hatch, who was a school principal. Boosie was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in his childhood. His educational background is rather vague, and it’s only known that he obtained his GED certificate on 9th March 2013 while incarcerated.
He was introduced to music in the late ‘90s, and started learning about hip hop and the entire rap scene from Young Bleed and C-Loc. As a young man of 15, in 1998 he joined the group Concentration Camp, the youngest member.
He contributed to the group’s fifth album entitled “It’s A Gamble” under the alias Boosie. One of the lead members, Young Bleed, left the group, and Boosie took the prime position in the group, and next to C-Loc and Max Minelli was one of the faces of the group.
His debut solo album, “Youngest of Da Camp,” came out in 2000 at just 17 years old, under the alias Lil Boosie. He continued to make new music and signed a contract with Trill Entertainment, owned by the late Pimp C of UGK, and his second album, “For My Thugz,” came out in 2002.
His third album, “Ghetto Stories,” was a collaboration with fellow rapper Webbie, and came out on 22 July 2003, but his breakthrough was the album “Bad Azz” in 2006, released through Trill Entertainment and Warner Bros. The album topped the US Rap chart, and he continued rather successfully with the album “Superbad: The Return of Boosie Bad Azz” in 2009.
That year, Boosie was arrested on drug and gun charges and was sentenced to four years in prison, but in 2010 he was indicted on first-degree murder charges. As a result, Boosie received another 10-year sentence, but after serving five years was released on 5 March 2014.
Upon his release, he made a statement about changing his alias to Boosie Badazz, and since then has performed and recorded music under the new stage name.
He wrote numerous songs while in jail, after which the first album he released was “Touch Down 2 Cause Hell”, through his own label, Bad Azz, and Atlantic Records; the album peaked at No. 2 on the US Rap chart. Two years later, Boosie’s seventh album, “BooPac,” came out, but it was nowhere near the success of the previous release, as it failed to reach the top 10 on the US Rap chart.
Since then, Boosie Badazz has released five studio albums, all through his Bad Azz label, including “Badazz 3.5” (2019), “Goat Talk” (2019), “Goat Talk 3” (2021), and most recently “Heartfelt”, released on 22 February 2022.
Some of his most popular songs include a collaboration with Foxx and Webbie”Wipe Me Down,”, “Show Da World,” a duet with DaBaby “Period,” and “My Eyes Hurt,” among many others.
According to authoritative sources, Boosie Badazz’s net worth has been estimated to be around $1 million as of early 2022, earned through his career in the music industry.
Boosie has been having severe health problems. In 2015, he was diagnosed with kidney cancer, but after successful surgery announced that he was cancer free.
In 2020, Boosie was shot in the leg and was in fear of having it amputated, but following surgery, a week later he made a statement saying that he was at home healing, and that no amputation was necessary.