Young Maylay - Early Life

Early Life

Christopher Bellard was born and raised in Los Angeles, California amidst the gang violence and the gangsta rap peak of the 1980s and 1990s. Christopher is best known for voicing Carl "CJ" Johnson in the 2004 videogame Grand Theft Auto : San Andreas. `

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