Priddy Ugly Biography
Priddy Ugly whose real name is Ricardo Moloi was born on 2nd April 1992 in Luanda, Angola but was raised in Meadowlands, later Kempton Park, South Africa. He is a south African rapper.
Priddy Ugly Career
At the age of 15 he competed in the St. Peter’s National Dance Tournament. He won the award for Best Male Dancer. Afterwards he proceeded to join other dance groups and won other awards.
He joined Krunk Era, a boy group, which was later enamed Blaque. In 2007 the group was signed by H.U.G.E Entertainment by Vusi Leeuw.
In 2010 he was signed to Aviator Management as a solo artist. Some of his first releases featured on The Take Off, a compilation album by Aviator Management artists, in 2012. In 2012 Priddy Ugly released “The Ugly Truth”. The mixtape was his debut as a solo artists.
Priddy Ugly Album
- 2016: You Don’t Know Me Yet (Deluxe)
Priddy Ugly Songs
- Come to My Kasi
- Cocaine Ghost
- Bula Boot
- You Don’t Know Me yet
- Thula Mama
- My Swing
- Pillow Talk
- Beneficial Friends
- Alter Ego
Priddy Ugly Ambassador
He is the first ever African ambassador for international lifestyle company, Diesel.
He is also the ambassodor for premium flavoured beer with tequila flavouring, Liberado.
Priddy Ugly Family
His mother, Santa Maria Dumingez is from Angola and his father Lebone Moloi is South African
Priddy Ugly Girlfriend
His girlfriend is Bontle Modiselle with whom they have dated for 9 years (as at 2016)
Priddy Ugly Marriage
In July 2017 they pulled a stunt by posting photos of their engagement and thereafter photos of their traditional wedding and white wedding surfaced. They later revealed that all the snaps were to promote a new music video the song I Do by musician LaSauce.
In an instagram post Modiselle posted
- 25 Sexual Questions to Ask A Girl
- 45 Things a Girl Wants But Wont Ask For
- 10 Things You’re Doing that are Killing Your Kidneys – Avoid Them
- 25 Really Romantic Ideas to Make Your Lover Melt!
- 60 Really Sweet Things To Say To A Girl
- 19 Things Women in Relationships Must Not Do; Men Hate Them
- 20 Things Women Should Never, Ever, Do
“More than genuinely loving the song, we loved being the representation of what it advocates – a young, black love that have the intention of solidifying their lifetime commitment to each other, represented here as marriage. We understood the implications of deciding on how to best go about making the greatest impact in encouraging a conversation of love, something that doesn’t make the headlines, and so we were bold in our approach.Everything that we posted were all images leading up to the video, we just hadn’t announced that yet. Those who know us personally, who were all notified and prepared prior to the video dropping, know that we are not the type of folk to let out the details of our personal lives like that. People know of us being together but do not know anything beyond that, particularly the state of our relationship. That privacy remains true for our engagement and marriage which will remain our private matter. Those who need to know, will know.”