Who is Lil Meech? and Everything you need to know

Rapper and actor Demetrius Flenory Jr. Popular know as Lil Meech, was born in the United States on April 22, 2000. He became well-known for playing his Black Mafia Family member father, Demetrius Flenory, in 50 Cent’s rendition of the BMF series.

Early life

Demetrius “Lil Meech” Flenory Jr., the son of Demetrius Flenory Sr. and Latarra Eutsey, was born in Miami, Florida. Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory Sr., his father, has been a prisoner since he was five years old.

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Flenory Jr. self-released his debut single, “Bad Habits,” in 2019 under the stage name “Lil Meech” (a reference to his father, “Big Meech”). There is a half-minute clip of his father speaking from prison in the music video.

Lil Meech Biography
Stage Name:lil meech
Real Name:Demetrius Flenory jr.
Occupation:Actor, Rapper
Date Of Birth/Age:April 22, 2000 (23) Years Old
Place of Birth:Detroit, Michigan, U.S.
Marital Status:Single
Education:University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Height:1.7 m
Net Worth:$8M
Zodiac Sign:Taurus

Net Worth

Lil Meech’s net worth is thought to be around $8 million, according to Heightline. Based on an assessment of the money acquired by Popnable, Lil Meech calculated his monthly profits to be $1.5k. The teenage star has profited from his music and branded merchandise. His record label, BMF, made between $6.4k and $8.5k in revenue.


In addition to a Bentley, a Lamborghini, and a Ferrari, Lil Meech is the owner of a number of high-end automobiles.


Along with a partner, he runs a few businesses and has invested in real estate. He has a luxurious property in Los Angeles.


The films Black Mafia Family (2021), Euphoria (2022), and Taurus (2022) all starred Lil Meech. He portrayed his father, Demetrius Flenory Sr., in the television series Black Mafia Family.

The 50 Cent adaption series chronicles the real-life exploits of two Detroit brothers who run a cocaine cartel: Demetrius “Big Meech” and Terry “Southwest T” Flenory. They develop into one of the most powerful yet criminal families in America. They had a reputation for living unusually opulent lives.