Trapboy-Freddy
Trapboy Freddy | Biography 2021

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  • Full Name Trapboy Freddy
  • Occupation Rapper, Trap Musician
  • Nationality American
  • Birthplace Texas, USA
  • Birth Date Jan 14, 1992
  • Age 29 Years, 10 Months

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Trapboy Freddy | Biography 2021

Freddy released three-volume series of the album 'Trapboy Freddy Krueger' every year from 2015

As a teenager, Freddy enjoyed free-styling and had no vision about choosing a kind of music. He then recorded and posted a song on the internet and began promoting it. As it garnered the attention of substantial audiences, Freddy released a video that he made of his own, and it did pretty well. Ever since then, he actively got engaged in making music. 


Trapboy Freddy is an American hip-hop and trap musician credited for albums 'Distraction' (2021), 'Big Trap' (2020), and 'Trapboy Freddy Krueger' (2015).

Who is Trapboy Freddy?

Trapboy Freddy is a rapper, songwriter, hip-hop, and trap musician. He spent most of his childhood on the streets. Furthermore, he spent three years in and out of jail before deciding to pursue a musical career at the age of 21.

Since then, he has released several albums Cme or Nothing (2017), Overtime (2017), Trap boy Freddy Krueger 2 (2016), 4th quarter (2016), while some of his hit singles include, 'Lil Quita' (2019), 'Go' (2018), 'Guardian Angel' (2020) and among many others.

Early life and Education 

Devarius Dontez Moore, popularly known as, Trapboy Freddy was born on 14 January 1992 in Oak Cliff, Dallas, Texas. He was the youngest of his five siblings, three of whom were his sisters. He was raised without a father, and his elder brother was paralyzed in a car accident. Therefore, from an early age, Freddy had to fulfill the responsibility of a man-figure of the house. 

As an adolescent, he spent three years back and forth in jail. At the age of 21, Freddy decided to restructure his lifestyle and pursue a career in music, specifically in hip-hop and trap music.

Freddy had received his high school education from David W Carter High school.

Early Career

From the streets, selling drugs to strip clubs to music, Freddy had gone through everything in life before he could attain 22.

As a teenager, Freddy enjoyed free-styling and had no vision about choosing a kind of music. He then recorded and posted a song on the internet and began promoting it. As it garnered the attention of substantial audiences, Freddy released a video that he made of his own, and it did pretty well. Ever since then, he actively got engaged in making music. 

He had accumulated a sizable collection of self-released mixtapes, drawing on his experiences as a poor kid and keen hustler. In addition to a three-volume series that began with Trapboy Freddy Krueger in 2015, Freddy's self-released collection included No Feelings (2018), Black Migo (2017), and many more.

Playing music at Strip/ Night Clubs

Freddy is a frequent performer at Dallas-Fort Worth. Additionally, he is famous for playing at strip clubs and nightclubs. He considers strip clubs to be no different than other stages he performed at.

"They book me because I used to be there, before the rap, having fun," Freddy shared to Dallas Observer in 2018 about his perception of performing at strip clubs. "Now they just pay me to come. I love the strip club; it's cool with me. If you prefer to have the girls on stage with you, you can do that," he added. 

Freddy is an artist under Cool Money Entertainment alongside Slezzy Bezzy.

Music Career

Freddy had released around 15 albums to date. Distraction (2021), Big Trap (2020), I'm My Brother's Keeper (2020), Rockboy Freddy 2020 Flow (2019), Trap and Yayo (2018), No Feelings (2018), Trapboy Freddy Krueger 3 (2018), Black Migo (2017), Cme or Nothing (2017), Overtime (2017), Trapboy Freddy Krueger 2 (2016), 4th quarter (2016), Trapboy Freddy Krueger (2015), 2nd quarter (2014), and 3rd quarter (2015).

A few of his singles include 'Dfum' (2020), 'Trap' (2020), 'Gotta Be' (2020), 'Guardian Angel' (2020), 'Buss It Open' ft. Lakeyah (2021), 'Lit' (2019), 'My Boy' (2019), 'Lil Quita' (2019), 'Bankroll' (2018), 'Chain Reaction' (2018), '6 Pick' feat. Go Yayo, Get $ Lil Ronnie, Lil Cj Kasino, Slezzy Bezzy & Yella Beezy (2017), among many others.

Furthermore, Freddy is a part of 300 Entertainment. The label includes artists Megan Thee Stallion, Gunna, and Young Thug.

Arrested 

On 28 November 2018, a video leaked on social media that exhibited Freddy getting cuffed on the ground by cops.

"#Dallas Rapper (TRAPBOYFREDDY) Assaulted and arrested by #Dallas police today Witnesses say it was all for no reason," read a Twitter post by OTRViews.

As reported by Dallas news on 29 November 2018, Freddy was cuffed on the count of escaping arrest. 

On the other hand, Witnesses reported that Freddy was repeatedly assaulted and struck in the face while he was being detained. The cops even threatened to shoot them if they didn't turn off the camera. According to Hip Hop Vibe, the witness also claimed that the officers assaulted the rapper for no obvious cause.

Feud between Trapboy and Mo3

Users on social media have been debating the long-running music dispute between Freddy and rapper Mo3, which had previously been stoked on Instagram stories and in their songs. However, they were supposedly friends before their relationship deteriorated. In interviews and on their social media profiles, Freddy and Mo3 would talk about each other. 

The suspicion around their problems was heightened when Trapboy Freddy appeared to be celebrating Mo3's death. Trapboy Freddy began posting Instagram stories about how angry he was because the highway was shut shortly after Mo3 was shot on 11 November 2020.

"Man, whoever got the motherf-----g freeway blocked off need to get y'all s--t together now, god d--n," Freddy shared on his Instagram story. "You can't even get on the motherf----- a freeway."

He went on to publish a slew of Instagram posts, some of which appeared to address their alleged feud.

"Damn RIP MY OLD FRIEND, disloyal b—-h," he wrote on one of his stories, but it was unclear if he was referring to Mo3's death specifically.

Investing on gold 

Trapboy Freddy enjoys earning money and prefers to spend it on jewelry rather than clothing. He is also known for his bulky chain.

"All that, I believe in that. I believe in buying jewelry, jewelry is a good investment. The only reason I say jewelry is because you could sell the jewelry and get your money back," Freddy shared with Kingice in 2020. "If you and your jeweler are good, y'all good. But you can always pawn, sell, trade, do whatever you have to do with that jewelry. You can't sell no clothes. People will give you $50 for your outfit," he added.

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