Yungeen Ace, a Florida rapper, was the lone survivor of the quadruple shooting in Town Center Parkway in June 2018, which ended in three deaths. His life was irrevocably affected by the sad events, and he found solace in music, producing the mixtape Life of Betrayal. He’s a member of the Youngeen group and has songs like Gorillaz, Jungle, and No Witness to his credit.
Yungeen’s albums include Project Supa Star, Coercion, Life I’m Livin, and Can’t Speak on It, which he co-wrote with JayDa Youngan in 2019. His new tape, which was released on June 28, 2019, contains eight hip-hop tracks produced by Cinematic Music Group.
Real Name, Height, and Bio & Wiki
Yungeen Yungeen Ace was born in the year 1998, and his real name is Keyanta Bullard. On the 4th of May, he celebrates his birthday. The rapper stands at a respectable 5 feet 10 inches tall and is of American descent.
In his hometown of Jacksonville, Florida, the musical talent had a rough childhood. He was one of 12 brothers in his large family, and he faced hardships and battled due to poverty. During his adolescence, he was exposed to street crime and was involved in a shooting.
Having Survived a Shooting
In June 2018, Florida rapper Yungeen Ace became the lone survivor of a triple shooting in Jacksonville’s Town Center Parkway. Following his release from the hospital, Yungeen was detained on suspicion of breaking his probation by possessing a pistol, according to police.
However, the boy claimed that he tried to protect his brother and shared an emotive video of teenagers killed in shootings. Royale D’Von Smith, Jercoby Da’Shad Groover, and his younger brother Trevon Bullard were among those who died in the massacre. He was shot eight times while attempting to shield his buddies, according to xxmag.com.
Yungeen decided to pursue a career in music and began creating songs. His debut single, No Witness, was released in May 2018. He released a video for Demons, which aired on The Fader, and revealed his Life of Betrayal project after surviving the Florida quadruple shooting event.
His album Life of Betrayal, which was released on August 3, 2018, contains 12 songs dedicated to the victims of the Florida tragedy. He collaborated with JayDaYoungan on tunes like Wanted and Jungle, and he features NBA Youngboy on Wanted.
The 20-year-old rapper has garnered fame and money as a rising musical talent as a result of his association with the rap industry. Unfortunately, Yunheen’s total net worth is still being investigated.
Despite his hardships as a child and daily struggles, Yungeen was able to succeed in both his romantic relationship and his professional musical career. He is currently involved in a long-term relationship with Chloe Glass. They appear in the YouTube TV show Chloe and Ace.
Prior to the Florida incident, the Florida rapper kept his dating life private, and in a May 2018 interview with VladTV, he stated that he does not trust his acquaintances. Yungeen, who was frequently accompanied by his fiancée to keep him in line, even stated that he was unconcerned about their TV show.
However, the rapper eventually resumed their TV show and frequently posted challenge videos and vlogs to their YouTube page. Yungeen and Chloe enjoy a seamless connection, as evidenced by their frequent Instagram posts and YouTube videos.