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Veronica Vega | Biography

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  • Full Name Veronica Vega
  • Occupation Singer & Actress
  • Nationality Latin-American
  • Birthplace Miami, Florida
  • Birth Date Apr 23, 1991
  • Age 31 Years, 5 Months
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Singer of song, 'Wicked' Featuring Pitbull.

Veronica Vega | Biography

Actress of 'Love And Hip Hop Miami'

Her other hit songs include 'A million' featuring Quavo, which has over 10 million views on YouTube, followed by 'Te Borre,' 'Pay me,' and 'Wave' featuring Lil Wayne and Jeremih. Likewise, she also collaborates with different brands. Her recent collaboration was with Mack Cycle & Fitness and ZeFlorist for Art Basel. Furthermore, she is also popularly known for being a part of the reality television show 'Love & Hip Hop Miami' and 'Love & Hop Hop Miami: Check Yourself.'


Veronica Vega is a Latin American performer and singer known for her breakout single 'Wicked,' featuring Pitbull.

Who is Veronica Vega?

Veronica Vega started her professional career as a singer at the age of 13. After two years, she earned a recording contract of 2 years at 15. She was well known due to her first hit single, 'Wicked' featuring Pitbull, released in November 2013. The song currently has 36 million views on YouTube. 

Her other hit songs include 'A million' featuring Quavo, which has over 10 million views on YouTube, followed by 'Te Borre,' 'Pay me,' and 'Wave' featuring Lil Wayne and Jeremih. Likewise, she also collaborates with different brands. Her recent collaboration was with Mack Cycle & Fitness and ZeFlorist for Art Basel. Furthermore, she is also popularly known for being a part of the reality television show Love & Hip Hop Miami and Love & Hop Hop Miami: Check Yourself.

Vega was born on 23 April 1991 in Miami, Florida. She is currently 30 years old. She is of Cuban and Venezuelan descent from her Cuban Father and Venezuelan mother. Therefore, she is of Latin-American nationality, fluent in English and Spanish. 

Grandparents

Furthermore, her grandparents raised her because her parents were too young to care for her. In an interview about her song 'I belong,' she mentioned being proud of the music video for the song.

She further added about her grandfather's gravesite and said adjoined her song with her love for them, "...people know how important my grandparents are to me, to be able to see my go to my grandfather’s grave site — which, I’ve only done twice in my life because I can’t bear it — I think it is something really great for my fans to be able to see. I think it’s great as far as motivation for anybody because we all go through stuff like this. We all have goals, big or small. We all are the same in that way, so to be able to talk about that in the song and be like 'I’m never going to give up on my dreams. I’m never going to let anything get in my way and I’m going to go after what I want no matter what it takes.' That’s what “'I Belong' is." 

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Veronica Vega with her Grandmother. (Source: Instagram)

In the same interview, she also mentioned understanding the importance of family for her personally. She also said that her family motivates her to go after things she loves and wants. Likewise, she also spoke up about how important her grandparents are to her during some Love & Hip Hop Miami episodes. However, she has not disclosed her parents and early life bio further. 

Net Worth

Veronica Vega has had a successful career in singing, acting, and her collaborations with many brands. Unfortunately, her net worth is not provided by any reliable sources. 

N-word controversy

In 2018, Vega used the racist n-word during the first season of Love & Hip Hop Miami. Consequently, she experienced many backlashes from the audience and the participants of the show. However, she did not apologize during the same period. She defended herself and claimed that she was half black as her grandmother was also black, which turned things more controversial. 

In an interview in 2019, she openly stated that she is not scared of controversies but expressed that she has learned and grown a lot. She also mentioned understanding that people come from different backgrounds, cultures, and lifestyles and that their upbringing and way of expressing themselves might be different and need to be respected equally. 

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