Nelly Height

If we were born knowing everything, what would we do with all this time on this earth?

American rapper and singer-songwriter, Cornell Iral Haynes Jr. or simply Nelly is known for his stylish music which was correctly described by Peter Shapiro as "unforgettable hooks based on schoolyard songs, double-dutch chants, and nonsense rhymes."

About Nelly's real height

Nelly is not that tall -- you may have already noticed this since you were searching about his real height.

He has been described as a 5 feet 8 inches man most of his career, though he has claimed to be taller. 

After seeing him standing next to someone like Ludacris (5'8"), it is hard to think of Nelly as taller than the 5'8" mark.

His arrest mugshot showed him between 5'8" and 5'9" but he was probably in shoes and his posture wasn't great as well.

In short, Nelly can be described as short but never small guy -- he is thickly built at 180 lb (82 kg).

The real height of Nelly is

5 ft 8 in (173 cm)

Nelly standing with Lil Uzi Vert and Wiz Khalifa
Nelly standing with Lil Uzi Vert (5'4") and Wiz Khalifa (6'3")

Here are some more Nelly quotes.

On self-help.

If we don't heal our own hood, who will?

On luck.

I don't believe in luck. I believe everything happens for a reason.

On getting pampered.

I'm a sucker for corn rows and manicured toes.

On his grammar.

My grammar be's ebonics, gin tonics, and chronic.

On his fans.

The fashion world has been great. We started Apple Bottoms about seven years ago; it's interesting to be able to create something from your perspective, for your fans and support. It's a little different for me, because about 70% of my fans are females.

On Karma.

Life is strange, times change, but karma always finds the way. Stay strong, hold on. Don’t let all your dreams fade away. Yeah life can beat you down, what goes it comes around It’s not how you hit the ground, it’s how fast you get back up. And go, keep going, till it feels like I’m giving my life away Gets hard, and harder, but happiness is worth the wait.

On destiny.

Your own destiny, create your own recipe.

Multiplying money.

Gotta get me a million, gonna turn that into a billion.

Advice to women.

Be a mistress to none, but all good to some.

On hip-hop.

Hip-hop is more than music, it's a culture. It's bigger than hit songs