Mase Biography, Age, Family, Wife, Church, Net Worth and Harlem World

By | March 22, 2024

Mase Biography

Mase born in the USA as he is a rapper, songwriter, actor, inspirational speaker, and minister. His real names are Mason Durell Betha.

Betha began to get into trouble on the streets of Harlem at an early age and when he was 13, his mother took him back to Jacksonville to stay with relatives. Betha first began attending church as he lived in Jacksonville. Betha began reviling the potential in him as a basketball player after going back to live in Harlem at the age of 15, becoming the head guard for his high school team at Manhattan Center during the 1993 season, where he played together with Cameron Giles, who went on to be the rapper famous as Cameron.

He had ambitions to enter the National Basketball Association (NBA), but due to his low academic scores, he was not able to make it into Division I College. He went to Purchase at New York State University, where he was raised to understand that he was not likely to make the NBA and instead began to concentrate more on writing music, making demo tapes, and playing frequently at local nightclubs. Betha finally left college and focused on a full-time music profession.

Mase Age

He was born on 27th August 1977 in Jacksonville, Florida, US. Mase is 43 years old as of 27th August 2020.

Mase Family

Mase was born to Mason “Father Lucky” Betha and P. K. Betha. He is a fraternal twin with his sister Stason Betha. They are four siblings, two brothers, and two sisters. His father abandoned them when Mase was just three years old.

Mase Wife

He was married to Twyla Betha. The two got married in 2001 and divorced in 2014 after his wife was got arrested for Driving under the influence (DUI). It all began when Mase stopped his wife from serving on the pulpit after she concended guilty. According to him, his wife was a hypocrite because she once preached against drunkenness and now she turned to it.

Mase Net Worth

Mase’s estimated net worth is $8 million. His fortune is collected from his profession as a rapper, songwriter, TV personality, inspirational speaker, and minister.

Durell Church

He is the CEO of the Church of El Elyon International. He quit his own church in 2014, and seemingly engulfed in the rapture of rap.

Mase Welcome Back

His song Welcome Back was unveiled as the first single off his third studio album Welcome Back. It was his first single to be launched after keeping a aloof for five years from the music industry.

Mase Harlem Double Up

His second studio album Double Up was unveiled by Bad Boy Records in 1999. It was his last album before he called it quits with rapping to become a Christian pastor. In its first week, it sold 107,000 copies, debuting at # 11, and was approved Gold by the RIAA one month prompt after its July 15th 199 release.

Mase Harlem World

His first album Harlem World was unveiled on October 28th 1997. The album was nominated once again for Best Rap Album at the 41st Annual Grammy Awards. In the US, it went on to sell 4.8 million copies. He unveiled his first solo LP, Harlem World, which started at # 1 on the U.S. first week of release on the Billboard Pop and R&B LP charts selling over 175,000 copies; it has from that time gone on to sell 4.8 million copies in the United States of America. Among the long list of rap elite,are: Jay-Z, Lil ‘Kim, Busta Rhymes, 8Ball & MJG, The Lox, Absolute, and his close pal, DMX, joined Mase on his solo LP.

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