Legend Brian Samuels is the son and second child of Jamaican-American rapper, songwriter, and actor Safaree Samuels and his wife Erica Mena, an American television personality, model, and video vixen. As rapper Samuels joined the Hoodstars group in the early 2000s, where he performed with American rapper Nicki Minaj. He gained attention when he started appearing in the VH1 reality show, Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood in 2016. He became part of the Love & Hip Hop: New York cast in 2017.
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|Full Name:||Legend Brian Samuels|
|Stage Name:||Legend Brian Samuels|
|Birthday:||June 28, 2021|
|Place Of Origin:||U.S.|
|Parents:||Erica Mena, Safaree Samuels|
Legend Brian Samuels’s Family Background
Legend’s father was born Safaree Lloyd Samuels on July 4, 1981, in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. His parents had immigrated from Jamaica to the U.S. He has two sisters, Shaneequa and Samantha Samuels. He went to Midwood High School. While working with Nicki Minaj, Safaree started dating her in 2000. The couple broke up in 2014. In 2018 the rapper engaged to actress Erica Mena and end up marrying her on October 7, 2019. The couple has one daughter and one son together. Erica filed for divorce on May 25, 2021. Erica is also known for appearing in Love & Hip Hop: New York.
Legend Brian Samuels’s Career
Safaree got a break with the musical group the Hoodstars in the early 2000s with rappers Nicki Minaj, Lou$tar, and Seven Up. They produced a welcome song for WWE Diva Victoria, “Don’t Mess With” in 2004. The song was part of the album ThemeAddict: WWE The Music, Vol.6. The group was disbanded and Safaree became hype man for Minaj. He appeared in a music video “Stupid Hoe” produced by Minaj in 2012. Samuels wrote six songs for Minaj’s second album, Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded, and appeared in the song Press Conference. His 2015 mixtapes It Is What It Is and It Is What It Is, Vol. 2 were big commercial successes. 2016 was the year of success for him as he appeared in the second season of K. Michelle: My Life and joined the cast of VH1 reality show, Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood’s third season. It was followed by the release of a new mixtape Real Yard Vibes. He also appeared in the first season of VH1’s Scared Famous in August 2017. Safaree received the Blue & Bougie Impact Award in February 2018.
Legend Brian Samuels’s Family Net Worth
Legend is too young to own wealth inherited from his father or mother. His father Safaree, the Jamaican-born American rapper and reality television personality, has a net worth of $3 million, including real estate and asses. Undoubtedly the mixtapes, albums, and live shows were the prime sources of his income over the years. As the Safaree is just 41 years old, he is expectedly to raise his net worth through singing and acting skills. Legend’s mother has also accumulated a handsome wealth of $1 million through her film career.