Alfred 'Paper Boi' Miles is an up-and-coming rapper from Atlanta.
Early history Edit
Alfred's past is explored in "FUBU". At some point, he attended military school, but later returned to public school. Alfred was a delinquent in his youth, frequently stealing other students belongings and re-selling them for money.
First season Edit
Alfred grew up with his cousin Earn in Atlanta, Georgia. Despite being close friends since childhood, the two haven't seen each other since Alfred's mother passed away. It wasn't until Earn found out that Alfred was getting some attention in the Atlanta rap scene as a rapper known as "Paper Boi" that Earn finally talked or actually visited his cousin since their last encounter. Alfred is hesitant at first about letting Earn be his manager as he believes that Earn is just using him as a way to better his life instead of actually helping Alfred become more successful. Earn proves himself to be a decent manager to Alfred over the course of the first season by getting his single "Paper Boi" played on the radio, getting him an appearance on the "Montague" show, and Alfred even gets an offer to go on tour with rapper Senator K at the first season finale. For proving himself to be a manager that Alfred can trust, Alfred pays Earn and tells him he did "good".
Robbin' Season Edit
Alfred is still on probation by the time the holiday season hits.
As an up-and-coming rapper, Alfred struggles to understand the difference between real life and street life. Despite being famous, he is genuinely bored with his celebrity status and uninterested in his presence on social media. As a consequence, this often makes him a target for thieves and obsessed fans of his work.
Alfred was close with his cousin Earn when they were young, offering him helpful advice and protecting him whenever possible. By Robbin' Season, however, their relationship has begun to wane due to Earn's poor choices as a manager.
Alfred has been a fan of Dragon Ball Z since childhood. This is first touched on in "B.A.N.", when he jokingly compares Antoine Smalls to a Super-Saiyan.