Tokyo Jetz, a Florida Jacksonville Female Rapper started to grow her career and her fanbase. With videos of her freestyling in her car back in 2016.
Jetz has over 1.8 million followers on her Instagram and. Before her rapping career started, she worked at Comcast and Apple. She was fired at the latter because of recording videos while at the job. She’s also a big fan of Nicki Minaj, Lil Kim and Fox Brown.
Jetz’s freestyle attracted the attention of T.I., who signed her to the Grand Hustle label in 2016. Shortly after, Jetz released Viral, her first full-length project. Her second album, Bonafide, with tracks like No Problem, 1000 and Freestyle, put her on the rap radar.
Tokyo Jetz Jacksonville Female Rapper
Her third and most recent album, Cancel Culture, got its title after she was criticized on Twitter. For remarks made in reference to the George Floyd protests after Floyd’s killing by Minnesota police in May 2020.
Jetz is also an author and her first book, Mind Over Matter, was published in 2020. She’s been spotted in some 2021 games with Cook’s jersey. After news broke of Cook’s lawsuit, Jetz was quick to deny any rumors that she was involved in the fight. Before it later became public that Gracelyn Trimble was, in fact. The girl who filed a lawsuit against the Vikings running back.