• Zaviera Maxwell is the daughter of American rapper and singer-songwriter Fetty Wap
• She has three half-siblings and is currently attending elementary school in Paterson
• Fetty Wap has released a number of successful songs and albums and has also acted in a few TV shows and movies
• He has been arrested on a number of occasions and has been married twice
• He has won five awards, including a Grammy and an MTV Video Music Award
Who is Zaviera Maxwell?
Zaviera Maxwell was born in Paterson, New Jersey USA, on 12 March 2015 – her zodiac sign is Pisces, and she holds American nationality. She’s only known for being the daughter of the American rapper and singer-songwriter Fetty Wap, whose real name is Willie Junior Maxwell II.
Early life and education
Zaviera is being raised in Paterson alongside her brother Zy who was born in 2018, by their father and their mother Lezhae Zeona, who’s a housewife focused on raising her children.
Zaviera has three half-siblings, as her father has five children with four women.
She has a half-brother Aydin who was born in May 2011, and whose mother is Ariel Reese, a half-sister Khari born in March 2015 to mother Masika Kalysha, and a half-sister Lauren (died in 2021) whose mother was Turquoise Miami.
Zaviera has just started attending a local elementary school in Paterson in 2021, and her parents are keeping her away from media, however, it’s said that she’s expressed her wish to become either a singer or a model. She can often be seen spending time with her mother in public places.
Age, height and net worth
Zaviera’s age is six. She has long brown hair and brown eyes, her height is 3ft 10ins (1.15m) and she weighs around 45lbs (20kgs).
As of December 2021, Zaviera doesn’t have independent wealth, but her father’s net worth has been estimated at over $8 million.
Fetty Wap’s early life and career
Willie Junior Maxwell II aka Fetty Wap, was born in Paterson on 7 June 1991 – his zodiac sign is Gemini, and he holds American nationality. He gained recognition with his debut single “Trap Queen”, released in March 2014, and which peaked at #2 on the US Billboard Hot 100 Chart.
He was raised in Paterson alongside his sister Divinity Maxwell, by their parents Doria Hagans-Maxwell and Willie Maxwell Jr, about whom nothing’s known, as Fetty Wap respects their privacy; it’s said that their father was a police officer, and that their mother was a housewife. Fetty Wap was born with glaucoma in both eyes, and the doctors couldn’t save his left eye, but rather replaced it with an ocular prosthesis.
He became interested in rapping while still attending a local elementary school, and Fetty Wap then moved on to Eastside High School, from which he dropped out wanting to pursue a rapping career.
His song “Trap Queen” was included on his mixtape “Up Next” which came out in July 2014, and was certified platinum in November 2014; the song has since been listened to more than 130 million times on SoundCloud. Fatty Wap then signed a contract with 300 Entertainment, and under them released his second mixtape “Fetty Wap: The Mixtape”.
His following single “679” was released on 29 June 2015, and has been watched close to 500 million times on YouTube. Fetty Wap then released his single “My Way”, which found itself up at #4 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart; his fourth song “Again” also charted in top 10 on the chart, with Fetty Wap thus writing history, becoming the first rapper to have all his four first songs peak in the top 10.
On 25 September 2015, he released his studio album “Fetty Wap”, which topped the US Billboard 200 Chart, while he then uploaded two mixtapes onto the internet, entitled “Coke Zoo” and “Zoo 16: The Mixtape”. He released his next single “Jimmy Choo” on 5 February 2016, and on 3 May 2016, his own mobile racing game was released.
In April 2016, Fetty Wap released his single “Wake Up”, and it was followed by the song “Make You Feel Good” in August 2016; a couple of his following releases include the song “Way You Are” on 4 January 2017, the song “Flip Phone” on 10 February 2017, and the single “Aye” on 12 May 2017.
On 7 June 2017, he released his new mixtape “Lucky No. 7”, followed by the extended play (EP) “For My Fans III: The Final Chapter” on 19 January 2018, and the mixtape “Bruce Wayne” in June; his single “Birthday” was released on 7 June 2019, and was followed by “Brand New” on 27 September 2019.
On 14 February 2020, Fetty Wap’s new mixtape was released, entitled “Trap & B”. Most recently, on 22 October 2021, he released his second album “The Butterfly Effect”.
Fetty Wap is also an actor, and in 2017, he played Trig in the episode “Absent Child” of the popular musical series “Empire”, created by Lee Daniels and Danny Strong, and which starred Terrence Howard, Taraji P. Henson and Jussie Smollett. It follows a wealthy man who has to choose who amongst his three sons will take over his company, the series aired from 2015 to 2020, and won 30 of the 143 awards for which it was nominated, including eight Primetime Emmy nominations.
Fetty Wap also played Emilio in the 2018 crime action movie “Blood Brother”, which follows two best friends, one of whom has ended up in jail, while the other has become a police officer.
He has been arrested on a number of occasions, on charges such as copyright infringement, property damage, drink driving, and drag racing.
Fetty Wap’s love life
The American reality TV star Alexis Skyy McFarland claimed in January 2018 that Fetty Wap is the father of her daughter Alaiya, but it was revealed in December 2020 that the girl’s father is actually Brandon Medford. Fetty Wap then appeared in the ninth season of the reality TV show “Love & Hip Hop: New York”, in which he talked about his and Alexis’ relationship.
He married the model Leandra K. Gonzalez in September 2019, but the two divorced in 2020.
Fetty Wap’s daughter Lauren died in July 2021, because of a congenital heart arrhythmia.
Awards and nominations
Fetty Wap has been nominated for more than 30 awards, winning five; his nominations include two Grammys in 2016, for Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance, for his single “Trap Queen”.
In 2015, he won an MC100 Award for Most-Played Video of the Year, for “Trap Queen”, and the same year saw him win a BET Hip Bop Who Blew Up Award, and an MTV Video Music Award for Artist to Watch. Fetty Wap also won a 2016 iHeartRadio Music Award for Best New Artist, and a 2016 Billboard Music Award for Top New Artist.