Is Tim Westwood real?
Born in Lowestoft, Suffolk, Westwood was an early pioneer in hip-hop in the UK. The DJ first made a name for himself in the 1980s whilst working for Kiss FM and Capital FM, before joining BBC Radio one’s rap show in 1994.
From 2005 to 2007, Westwood hosted the UK version of Pimp My Ride, which ran on MTV.
After 20 years at BBC Radio One, he left in 2013, moving to Capital FM Radio.
His official YouTube channel, Tim Westwood TV, has over 500 million subscribers and features interviews with hip-hop artists including Drake, Nicki Minaj, and Jay-Z.
Tim Westwood took arrival in the city of Lowestoft, situated in England in the county of Suffolk, to the date October 1957. His own dad mentioned Westwood within the county of East Anglia, where he spent the majority of his youth.
Is Tim Westwood Posh?
DJ TIM Westwood, accused of making blood money from drill music vids, enjoyed a posh upbringing as a private-school educated bishop’s son.