|Year of Death||Unknown|
|Voice actor||Ice T|
Introduced In: Madd Dogg
Madd Dogg (Born February 28, 1955) is a well-known rapper from Los Santos, San Andreas. He appears in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas as a supporting character. He is introduced to Carl Johnson in the mission, "Madd Dogg". There is a reference to Madd Dogg in Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, but Madd Dogg himself does not appear in any other game.
 Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
After CJ's arrival in Los Santos, Madd Dogg is at the height of his career, and has just released his own clothing-range. Madd Dogg's career takes a nosedive, however, after CJ steals his rhyme-book and murders his manager, to kickstart the career of OG Loc, a wannabe rapper.
Madd Dogg enters a period of deep depression, and begins to gamble his fortune away. He eventually loses his mansion to a Los Santos Vagos drug-lord in a bet, and misses a concert in Las Venturas, trying to win back some money. Madd Dogg then attempts to commit suicide by standing on the ledge of a casino, drunk, and about to jump. Pedestrians down beloe start betting on whether or not he will jump, and ask him to throw down his clothes before he jumps. He is saved by CJ, who catches him in a truck after he leaps.
CJ persuades Madd Dogg to attend rehab, and, following his discharge, is made Madd Dogg's new manager in gratitude. CJ helps restore Madd Dogg's career by seizing his mansion back from the Vagos, and restoring his former reputation in the music industry. CJ and Madd Dogg go after OG Loc to retrieve Madd Dogg's rhyme-book, and scare him away from the rap career he was attempting to start. Madd Dogg's comeback results in a gold record.
 Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories
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