Nora Lum (born June 2, 1989), known as the Awkwafina scene, is a rapper, actress and television personality.
|Real Name||Nora Lum Ying|
|Profession||Rapper, Television personality, and Actress|
|Famous For||Famous for her song “My Vag” a response to Mickey Avalon’s “My Dick”|
Physical Stats & More
|Height||in centimeters– 155 cm|
in meters– 1.55 m
in feet inches– 5’ 2”
|Weight||in kilograms– 55 kg|
in pounds– 121 lbs
|Body/ Figure Measurements||34-24-34|
|Date Of Birth||June 2, 1989|
|Age (as in 2018)||29 Years|
|Birth Place||Forest Hills, Queens, New York City, New York|
|Home Town||New York, USA|
|School||LaGuardia High School, New York|
|College||University at Albany, New York|
Beijing Language and Culture University, Beijing, China
|Educational Qualification||Degree in Journalism, Degree in the Mandarin Language|
|Debut||Film: Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising (2016)|
Album: Yellow Ranger (2014)
|Hobbies||Singing, Dancing, Listening to Music, Watching Movies, Traveling, Reading Books|
|Tattoo||A tattoo near the left elbow|
|Favourite Actor||Tom Cruise, Johnny Depp|
|Favourite Actress||Scarlett Johansson, Angelina Jolie|
|Favourite Writers||Charles Bukowski, Anais Nin, Joan Didion, Tom Waits, and Chet Baker|
Boys, Affairs and More
|Affairs/Boyfriends||Name Not Known|
|Parents||Father– Name Not Known|
Mother– Name Not Known
|Net worth||$4 million|
Some less famous data about Awkwafina
- Awkwafina smokes ?: Yes
- Does Awkwafina drink alcohol ?: Yes
- Awkwafina was born to a Sino-American father and a South Korean immigrant mother.
- His great-grandfather emigrated to the United States from China in the 1940s and opened a Cantonese restaurant in Flushing, Queens, New York.
- Awkwafina’s mother died when she was 4 years old. She was raised by her grandmother.
- Before beginning her career in the field of entertainment, she was a fellow in the local publications of New York “Gotham Gazette” and “Times Union”.
- She started hitting when she was 13 years old.
- Awkwafina has written a travel book called NYC Awkwafina.
- She appeared in six episodes of MTV’s Girl Code.
- It was featured in the documentary titled “Bad Rap,” which was selected at the TriBeCa Film Festival 2016.