Milan Christopher is a well-established model, actor, and rapper, who has recently been in the headlines. He has been the face of numerous media outlets and magazines. Christopher appeared in the VH1 network’s Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood, where he opened up as gay. He is an LGBT activist who has pointed out the sensitive issue of homophobia in the hip-hop industry and has made significant endeavors while supporting the case.
Milan Christopher was born on 28, February 1984 in Chicago, IL. Christopher has kept his personal details under wraps and there isn’t much information available on the web about his birth, background, parents, siblings, etc. He moved to Los Angeles in the summer of 2008 to pursue his rapping/producing & modeling career. He earned a bachelor’s degree in ethnic and historical studies from Brown University in 2013. He is bisexual and although he has been associated with both men and women, he is possibly single as on date.
In his early career, Christopher got a chance to work with the notable artist Beyonce in her single Haunted. He then launched his EDM rap tune “Burning Up” under the music production of D-tech A.R. of Akon’s Konvicts Musiq Label. His album The Alpha was released in mid-2016, accompanied by a controversial video for his song “When I Go,” which gained both appraisal and criticism for its visuals. It specifically showed domestic abuse and inhuman behavior that one has to go through because of their sexuality.
After the video went viral, Christopher became a recurrent name in media outlets. He was featured on the cover of the Los Angeles Times, as well as in numerous magazines and websites. This music video also won him the Gentleman of Artistry award at the 2016 Gentlemen’s Ball and a personal thank-you letter from California State Senator Isadore Hall III. Christopher then appeared in the reality series Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood as the first homosexual character in the show’s history. As a result of this performance, he was featured on the cover of the Los Angeles Times and the nationally syndicated Wendy Williams Show in 2016.
Christopher has also appeared in commercials for Red Bull, Chase Bank, and Virgin Mobile, as well as in TV shows such as Nip/Tuck, The Doctors, and 12 Corozones. He created the first openly gay, black male superhero comic book character Ragneron, and also stars in his television series titled Ragneron the Guardian of the Crystal, which is based on his comic book series. Christopher’s brand includes modeling, teeth-whitening facilities, and a line of underwear. In June 2017, he posed for a nudist photoshoot for Paper magazine. In 2018, he launched his adult toy line with Fleshjack. Christopher is Now the Executive Producer of Bad Boys Atlanta on his Own Network Mctv Streaming Network. Bad Boys ATL on MCTV Streaming Network. With his successful career, he has accumulated a net worth of $5 million.