|Net Worth||$ 3,000,000|
|Real name||Sar'd Nasir|
|Source of Wealth||Podcast, Music|
|Date of Birth||Jul 31, 1984|
|Height||180 cm / 5 ft 10 inch|
Sar'd Nasir, known under his pseudonym Gillie Da Kid is an American rapper and podcaster born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.
In the early 2000s, he was a part of the six-member group "Major Figgas," whose most considerable success was landing a record deal with Warner Records for the song "Figgas 4 Life"  .
However, after the group fell apart, Gillie gained more exposure thanks to a controversy regarding Cash Money Records in the early 2000s.
Namely, in 2006 after Gillie left the label, Lil Wayne, one of the record's leading rappers, released diss tracks about Gillie, to which Gillie responded by revealing to the public that he had ghostwritten songs for Wayne. The whole drama resulted in Wayne releasing more diss tracks on him and consequently in Gillie attracting the audience's attention .
In 2019, Gillie and his cousin Wallo formed the podcast "Million Dollaz Worth of Game," that by 2022 gained 1.1 million YouTube subscribers.
The rapper's net worth is estimated at $3 million in 2022.
Sar'd Nasir, or Gillie Da Kid was born in Philadelphia on July 31, 1984.
Little is known about the raper's early childhood and family except that he was known to be Philadelphia's underground rapper when he first started rapping.
The rapper's career began when he formed "Major Figgas" with five other members: Ab Liva, Dutch, Bianca, Spade, and Bump in the early 2000s. The group signed with Warner Records after releasing the single "Figgas 4 Life," and their song "Yeah That's Us" hit the second spot on the American Rap Singles chart and was named the ASCAP Song of the Year.
Unfortunately, the group fell apart soon after, and Gillie went on to pursue his solo career.
One night when Gillie Da Kid was at a concert in Philadelphia, he crossed paths with a man named Bryan Williams, also known as "Baby," who happened to be the CEO of Cash Money, an American record label founded by him and his brother Ronald Williams also known as "Birdman." 
Soon after their meeting, Gillie signed a contract with Cash Money label; however, throughout their collaboration, his songs didn't seem to gain any success, and Gillie decided to leave the label.
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2006, Gillie received a bit more media exposure after the famous rapper Lil Wayne released a diss track on him named "Problem Solver," to which Gillie said he used to be a ghostwriter for Wayne.
The argument continued with the two rappers exchanging a few more diss tracks and somewhat disrespecting each other in interviews. The argument faded away in 2010 when Lil Wayne got arrested for gun possession, and Gillie made a shout-out in a video.  
In 2007, the rapper was arrested and accused of running two drug stashes houses in Oxford Circle. The officers intercepted 89 lbs of marijuana valued at over $404,000, according to Daily News and XXLmag. 
In 2019, Gillie Da Kid and his cousin Wallo 267 formed the podcast "Million Dollaz Worth of Game ."The podcast features multiple guests that talk about life in general and has gained 1.1 million subscribers on YouTube.
Besides being a rapper, Gillie the Kid produced and was the lead actor in the 2017 action thriller Blood Brotha. 
Gillie Da Kid is a former rapper and present podcaster.
In the early 2000s, he was a member of the Philadelphia rap group "Major Figgas."
He gained more media exposure due to an argument between him and the famous rapper Lil Wayne in 2006.
Today he has a successful podcast with his cousin Wallo267 named "Million Dollaz Worth of Game."
His net worth is estimated at $3 million.
Major Figgas. (2022, September 15). Retrieved November 7, 2022, from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Major_Figgas
Gillie da Kid Biography. (n.d.). Retrieved November 7, 2022, from https://www.last.fm/music/Gillie+Da+Kid/+wiki
Details on Lil Wayne and Gillie da Kid's beef. (2013, December 13). Retrieved November 7, 2022, from https://www.lilwaynehq.com/beefs/gillie-da-kid/
Xxlstaff. (2007, February 08). Gillie da Kid arrested on drug charges - XXL. Retrieved November 7, 2022, from https://www.xxlmag.com/gillie-da-kid-arrested-on-drug-charges/
A., A. (2022, September 26). Gillie da King addresses age-old rumors that he wrote for Lil Wayne. Retrieved November 7, 2022, from https://www.hotnewhiphop.com/307745-gillie-da-king-addresses-age-old-rumors-that-he-wrote-for-lil-wayne-news
Blood brotha. (2017, March 30). Retrieved November 7, 2022, from https://www.imdb.com/title/tt7988526/?ref_=tt_rt
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