On August 31, 2006 he won an MTV Music Award for "Best R&B Video" for the song "Check On It" with singer Beyoncé.
He appears in Mike Jones' music video "Mr. Jones".
He remains good friends with R&B singer LeToya Luckett.
He is on good terms with most of the rappers from Houston.
He is also featured on The Game's "One Blood (remix)".
He began his rap career with "Swishahouse" in the '90s.
As of January 2007, he has 1 album.
He has had some success with his mixtape releases.
LeToya appears on his album, "Already Platinum", on the track "This Is My Life".
He makes an appearance on LeToya's #1 debut album on the track, "Hey Fella".
He has proclaimed himself the "Big Boss of the South", referring to the U.S. south, and the "Big Boss of the North", referring to North Houston, Texas, the neighborhood where he grew up.
Slim says that his rap name comes from the fact that as a teenager, he was very tall and lanky before he filled out. The Thug part comes from people's assumptions of him due to his braids and sunglasses.
He acquired a couple record stores and became involved in real estate.
He is 6'6" tall.
Slim Thug's first album was named "Already Platinum."
Born and raised in Houston, Texas.
He formed his own independent label "Boss Hogg Outlawz" (named after the Dukes of Hazzard character.)
Appears in T.I's "Shoulder Lean" music video.
Full name is Stayve Jerome Thomas.
Made an appearance in Letoya's new music video "She Don't", as her love interest.
He once dated Letoya Luckett, a former member of Destiny's Child, but they have since split up.