A vibrant public-speaker, basically famed for his hip-hop rapper performance, David Banner has a net worth US $12 Million. He runs his own charity organization called “Heal the Hood”. Being a millionaire and that too from colored people, the celebrity has some rough times since 2015 to this day.

Full Name:Lavell William Crump
David Banner net worth:$12,000,000
Yearly Money:$5 million
Popular asRapper
ListEarning from this
The Last Punch$1,000,000
Lee Daniels’ The Butler$850,000
Stomp the Yard: Homecoming$690,000
 The Confidant$650,000
The Experiment$525,000
Total money of these$3.7M approx
Birth Day Date:April 11, 1973Place of Birth: Jackson, Mississippi, USA
David Banner Rapper net worth in these years (USD)
Now you know all about David Banner net worth. On June 2017, he was arrested by police for inciting a fight when his entourage was denied entry in Ozio Restaurant & Lounge in Washington, D.C.

In my opinion, the Americans––white-colored only––displayed a systemic abhorrence and dislike with the rise of every colored / black celebrity. For example, after police set him free, he planned and visited Lowcountry in July 2017, to deliver a speech while addressing colored people.

However, his plan was reported by an anonymous white guy and police warned the restaurant not to allow the speech and David’s team access inside the restaurant.

But you can never stop the storm; the speech took place and that too organized by local black people at a private venue where the hall was wall-to-wall jam-packed with over 700 people and many more were still pouring in after buying tickets outside.

This small but strong signal says no less about the suppression of colored people in the so-called democratic US of A. Other than this, Banner has some other legal issues related to the promiscuous and obscene language he uses in his songs as well as public performances including speeches. Of course, he would increase his ratings if only culls out his proclivity towards such an obscene level.

Banner’s one of the most powerful messages for black people of the USA is: “Gain knowledge of self, Learn to educate, Produce our own, Distribute our own, Buy our own.” Banner has never been America; however, he speaks against the hypocrisy and bigotry of white Americans that ridicule the black race.

Over a year ago, 2016, he said something which created a small quake around the government official circle; “Integration is worse than the slavery”, this implied a potential ripple effect to stir and galvanize black nationalism within the mainland America.

Above all, the star is still speaking and using the so-called Freedom of Speech to further his take on anti-racism and increasing his net worth year by year