Uprising rapper Molly Brazy broke silence regarding her moniker and revealed her real name during an Instagram live session in 2018. 

Her real name is barely public knowledge as she is widely known by her stage name. She is famous for her hit songs like 'Let It Blow,' 'Trust None,' and 'Draco.'

Brazy Unveiled Real Name On Instagram

Brazy is quite popular on Instagram; she has over a million followers. The fun part is, the 'Curious' singer comes live on the social media platform regularly and addresses questions from her fans.

Thanks to her frankness, the biggest mystery revolving around her actual name got solved.

In December 2018, she shared a live video on Instagram and interacted with her followers. When one Instagram user asked what her real name was, Brazy unhesitantly replied that her name was Kamaiyah. She also mentioned that she had shared her moniker multiple times and won't do it again. 

Imma say one more time, Imma say one last time. My name is Kamaiyah. That's my real name.

After Molly revealed the real name, she also shared why she used 'Molly' as her stage name. She stated she chose the name to represent her vibes of being high in life.

Brazy had talked about the inspiration behind her stage name back in 2016 as well. Claiming it represented her personality, she stated that her name came from ‘the hood’ in an interview with DJ Smallz Eyes 2.

Gave Birth To Her Son At 21

The high-on-life rapper is a mother to a baby boy. She gave birth to her son, Milli, in October 2020. She shares glimpses of her little bundle of joy on her Instagram timely, be it through her posts, stories, or live sessions.

The Detroit native, born on February 22, 1999, was 21 years old at the time of her birth. 

Her Relationship with Baby Father

The father of Brazy's son is her ex-boyfriend, Tez Debate, a basketball player. The pair were together at their son's birth. But there have been no updates on their relationship since then. 

If Brazy's social media is anything to go by, her love-life has always been on the rocks. Via a tweet in October 2017, she shared she had a boyfriend, albeit not sharing his identity.

Then in January 2018, she tweeted, saying she was 'done with the relationship.' Her singlehood was reflected in the following updates as well. In March 2018, she posted a slideshow of pictures on her Instagram that highlighted the note 'forever single.'

After a while, she reconciled with her boyfriend, and the duo welcomed the child.