Born on May 18, 1980, in Maryland, U.S, Felicia Pearson is an American on-screen character, rapper, and author. She is the daughter of drug addicts and was brought up in a foster house at East Baltimore. Conceived an untimely break child and weighing just three pounds.
She was small to the point that they nourished her with an eyedropper until she started developing naturally. According to her journal name Grace After Midnight, she met her natural guardians not very often; her mom was a split fiend and, her dad was an outfitted burglar.
She along these lines chose to pass by her foster family's surname. She was a boyish girl from a youthful age. Pearson became a drug dealer. At 14 years old, she was sentenced second-degree kill after the shooting of a young lady named Okia Toomer and was condemned to two eight-year terms, to be served sequentially, at the Women’s Maryland Correctional Institution in Jessup. They discharged her following six and a half years.
Pearson said her life pivoted at 18 years old when drug dealer Arnold Loney, who searched for her and sent her cash to jail, was shot and murdered. He was the person who named her Snoop since she reminded him of beagle Snoopy of Charlie Brown in the funny cartoon Peanuts.
While in jail, she gained her General Educational Development and discharged in 2000. She found a job of fabricating car bumpers, yet was terminated after just two weeks when her manager learned she had a jail record. Pearson encounter Michael K. Williams, who played fictional character Omar Little on The Wire, the drama series in a Baltimore club.
He asked her to come to the set of the show one day. He acquainted her with the authors and the makers, and after consequent tryouts, she was offered a part in the series. She has worked in the videos such as "Shabba" by A$AP Ferg, "Dem Boys" by R&B artist Lil' Mo, "Here I Am" and additionally "Cash flow" by rapper Ace Hood and "
" by rapper Rick Ross.
praised her for her execution in The Wire. In February of 2015, she showed up as Lucky Mays in a horror movie Da Sweet Blood of Jesus. Pearson worked as Dania in Spike Lee's motion picture Chi-Raq in December of 2015.
In 2016, she assumed the part of Roxy Barnes in show "Good Cop Bad Cop" the second scene of the seventh period of the CBS police procedural dramatization
. In the same year, Felicia additionally joined Love and Hip Hop:
of VH1, a reality television arrangement which archives the individual lives, connections, and vocations of people who were from Hip Hop world.
Pearson got the feature with Mazaradi Fox, and Tony Yayo in tune "It's A Stick-Up." The music video for the melodies included shots from the show The Wire. She has likewise talked about her prospective melodic ventures in various interviews.
She has the main talking part in "So Many Pros" by
and shows up in three "parts" in the video. Pearson has additionally volunteered as a jail guest and dealt with anti-violence and scholarly battles for young people, and bolstered The Stay Strong Foundation.
She was captured alongside 60 others and accused of drug crimes on 10 March of 2011. They captured her amid a predawn at her house in Baltimore following a five-month Drug Enforcement Administration operation. After a month in prison, Pearson was offered safeguard of $50,000 on 8 April of 2011. In that same year, she confessed to the charges a day before her trial was to begin. She was condemned to a suspended seven-year jail term, with praise for time spent, and disposed of for three years of directed trial.