After creating the Sucideboys with his cousin Ruby Cherry in 2014, rapper Scott Arceneaux Jr. shot to notoriety.
Early Life of Scott Arceneaux Jr
Scott Arceneaux Jr. was born in Marrero, Louisiana, United States of America, on April 11th, 1989. (USA). Scott Arceneaux Sr. and Toni Arceneaux were his parents when he was born. One of Scott’s brothers is Gage Arceneaux. His cousin is Ruby Da Cherry, whose real name is Aristos Petrou.
Scott began working as a DJ when he was 13 years old, and his fame soared as a result. At the age of 19, he began hosting mixtapes for local rappers and began making his own songs.
Scott Arceneaux Jr.’s ethnicity is White and his nationality is American. Aries is his zodiac sign. Scott is currently 32 years old.
What is the Net Worth of Scott Arceneaux Jr?
He’s amassed a sizable fortune as a result of his artistic ability and partnerships with well-known rap artists. Scott Arceneaux Jr., according to some reliable sources, has a net worth of $1.5million and enjoys a luxury lifestyle.
What is the Relationship of Scott Arceneaux Jr?
Scott Jr.’s personal life is kept a secret. We have no idea if Suicide Christ has a wife. He has kept his dating life a closely guarded secret and prefers to do so. Scott prefers to keep his personal life private from the public eye.
Abuse of drugs
Christ was exposed to drugs when his grandfather died. The death of his grandfather hit him like a ton of bricks. Suicide To deal with his death, Christ’s friends supplied him with Vicodin, which was the start of his addiction. He quickly became addicted to pills, heroin, and marijuana, though.
When Ruby learns of this, he used shame to persuade his cousin to help him overcome his addiction. Suicide Christ was informed by Ruby that if he didn’t stop doing drugs, he’d be forced to quit doing ‘$uicideboy$.’ As a result of this method, Suicide Christ eventually quit using narcotics. However, he continues to use marijuana.
Career of Scott Arceneaux Jr
In 2014, he and his cousin Aristos Petrou, best known by his stage moniker Ruby da Cherry, formed the Suicideboys and released the EP “Kill Yourself Part I: The $uicide $aga.” Bones, a well-known underground artist, approached him shortly after with an invitation to work together.
Scott Arceneaux and his cousin partnered with underground musician Black Smurf to release the mixtape “Gray/Grey” on March 3rd, 2015. They also cooperated with the musician Pouya and released several other mixtapes and singles that year, which helped them raise their profile.
By 2018, Sucideboys had become household names, and Scott and Ruby had risen even higher on the backs of their fame with the publication of their debut studio album, “I Want to Die in New Orleans.” However, due to Scott’s substance misuse troubles, the couple was assumed to be on the verge of breaking up. Scott Arceneaux Jr.’s turning point came when Ruby had to tell him straight that if he didn’t sober up, he’d have to dissolve Sucideboys.