Fetty Wap: 15 Things You Didn’t Know (Part 2)

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We already brought you part one of our list of 15 things you probably didn’t know about Fetty Wap, and now we’re back with part two! Check out eight more riveting tidbits about the rapper’s life that you definitely (probably) did not know below. You might be surprised by what you find out!

Number Eight: He Performed With Taylor Swift. For her 1989 World tour, Swift performed with many huge celebrities. One of these was Fetty Wap. She has admitted that she is a big fan, and she loves his music and his personality.

Number Seven: He Was In a Motorcycle Crash. And he was hospitalized because of it. Fetty Wap was riding his motorcycle in September of 2015, and he got into a very bad accident. However, he was able to heal properly and promptly recovered.

Number Six: He bought His Mom a House. Fetty Wap has said that he dreamed of making money so he could buy the things for his loved ones that they truly deserve. He dreams of creating opportunities for his friends and family to succeeds. When he was just 23 years old, he bought his mom her first house.

Number Five: He Loves Steak and Potatoes. Really! The rapper said in an interview that his favorite meal of all time is steak with mashed potatoes. He is also a fan of In-N-Out.

Number Four: He Wants to Design His Own Line of Jeans. Fetty Wap has admitted that he owns more than 150 pairs of Robin’s Jeans. He then went on to say that he would love to design his own line.

Number Three: He Is Self-Taught. Fetty Wap said in an interview that he taught himself how to play both the piano and drums. He really is a triple threat!

Number Two: His Biggest Dealbreaker Is… Judgmental people. Fetty Wap thinks the worst quality a person can have is to be judgmental.

Number One: He Is Emotional. Fetty Wap has been very open about his life and personal life. He said that on the very day he was signed, he called his son and was crying to him before his son even knew what was going on. So cute!

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