Madeline Argy: Central Cee’s girlfriend who’s an established social media sensation

Madeline Argy: Central Cee's girlfriend who's an established social media sensation

Madeline Argy is a young British social media influencer who is gaining considerable recognition in today’s digital landscape. Her creative TikTok content, interactive podcast and active presence on Instagram have contributed to her rising popularity.

The stunning British influencer garnered even more attention when rumours of her romantic involvement with British rap sensation Central Cee surfaced. So, what is happening with Madeline Argy and her highly talked-about relationship that has been the subject of much discussion?

Madeline Argy’s biography

Madeline Argy

Madeline Argy is a famous podcaster and influencer who has racked up an impressive following on social media platforms. She was born on July 7, 2000, in Sussex, England. Her zodiac sign is Cancer.

Argy attended Sackville School, a publicly funded institution in East Grinstead, England, for her secondary education. She subsequently attended the University of Kent, where she earned a bachelor’s degree. However, the specific field of study that she pursued has not been disclosed.

After completing her university education, Argy moved to London, England, where she currently lives with her mother. Her focus is on her career, and she earns a significant income through her YouTube channel, modelling projects, and making money from her TikTok page.

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Madeline Argy career

Argy has become popular as a content creator, gaining fame through various platforms. She has built a large following across different social media sites, but TikTok is where she has the most influence. Argy is known for her entertaining lip-syncs, point-of-view (POV) videos and humorous content.

From a young age, Argy had a passion for cooking and modelling. She started modelling for local brands but it was her first lip-sync video on TikTok, which she posted in March 2021, that really got her noticed. As time went on, she started creating POV stories and cooking-related content.

Argy also hosts her podcast called “The Madeline Argy Podcast“. It can be found on Podtail and is also shared on her YouTube channel. Each episode of her podcast gets at least 100,000 views. Thanks to her popularity, Argy gets opportunities to partner with various companies as a brand ambassador. Some of the companies she has worked with include Coachtopia and Spotify. She also promotes fashion brands.

Madeline Argy’s net worth

Madeline Argy selfie

Argy has an estimated net worth of $1 million, according to multiple reports.

Madeline Argy family

Madeline Argy family

Argy’s mother, Michaelina “Mikey” Argy, has a notable background as both an activist and a thalidomide survivor. Although not much information is available about Argy’s father, Mikey has played a significant role in Argy’s life and career. She has been actively involved in activism for many years, specifically advocating the rights of thalidomide survivors. In recognition of her efforts, Mikey was honoured with the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE) in 2015.

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Argy has an elder sister, Jessica Argy, who is also an online personality. The two sisters share a close and supportive relationship, often celebrating each other’s accomplishments on their respective social media platforms.

Madeline Argy and Central Cee

Madeline Argy and Central Cee

In September 2022, there was a lot of buzz surrounding Madeline Argy and her potential romantic involvement with the famous rapper, Central Cee. Although neither of them has officially confirmed or denied their relationship, there have been several hints that suggest they might be dating. The first time they were seen together was when they were spotted leaving a place in London.

Moreover, Argy once shared a video where she was wearing a hoodie associated with the rapper. Additionally, in one of Central Cee’s popular songs, “Doja”, he mentioned that he cannot be homophobic because his girlfriend is gay. Since Madeline has previously expressed her bisexuality, fans put two and two together and concluded that they might be a couple.

The rumours gained even more attention when Central Cee and Argy were spotted together at a nightclub in London. However, in one of her TikTok videos, Argy jokingly stated that she had no idea who Central Cee was and did not understand why people were saying they were dating. Interestingly, the rapper could be seen in the video background, suggesting that her remark was just playful banter.

During an interview on the YouTube podcast, Saving Grace, Argy confirmed being in a relationship but did not provide additional details. On the other hand, Central Cee frequently refers to Argy as a close friend with whom he enjoys spending a lot of time. However, fans have noticed the affectionate way he talks about Argy and the gifts she has given him, leading to the conclusion that they are more than just friends.

Central Cee later confirmed his relationship with Argy in an Instagram post. He shared a screenshot of a WhatsApp exchange where Madeline expressed her disapproval of a song clip and urged him to avoid derogatory language towards women. The screenshot showed Central Cee asking Argy what she dislikes about the song, to which she responded: “Stop calling girls hoes.

Madeline Argy and Central Cee WhatsApp chat screenshot

This was the first time Central Cee mentioned Madeline by name, leading fans to express their excitement and hopes for their relationship.

Central Cee

Oakley Neil H. T. Caesar-Su, professionally known as Central Cee, is a British rapper and songwriter who hails from Shepherd’s Bush, London. He was born on June 4, 1998, in Ladbroke Grove, London, to an Irish mother and a Guyanese father. In an interview, he mentioned that his father is Guyanese and Chinese, while his mother is English. He grew up with two younger brothers in Shepherd’s Bush. One of his brothers, Juke Caesar, also appeared on his mixtape, 23, as “Lil Bro”.

Central Cee

Central Cee started recording music at the age of 14 and briefly worked at a shoe store before quitting after he learnt about his wage. He turned to selling drugs as a means to earn money. He made an early appearance on Charlie Sloth’s Fire in the Streets series in 2014, where he adopted the name “Central Cee”. His first notable song appearance was on the “Ain’t on Nuttin Remix” alongside J Hus and others in January 2015. He released his “StreetHeat Freestyle” the same year and performed on the BL@CKBOX music platform, showcasing his verses over Tupac instrumentals.

Over the years, Central Cee released singles and projects, including the EPs “17”, “Nostalgia” and “CS Vol. 1” in 2017. His breakthrough came in September 2021 with the single “Obsessed with You”, which reached number four on the UK Singles Chart. It served as the lead single for his second mixtape, “23”, released in February 2022. Central Cee’s popularity continued to rise with the release of the singles “Doja” and “Let Go”, both charting in the top 10 of the UK Singles Chart.

In June 2023, Central Cee collaborated with Dave on the single “Sprinter”, which topped the charts and broke streaming records for a rap song in the UK. The duo followed it up with the surprise release of their joint EP, “Split Decision”. Central Cee was also included in XXL magazine’s 2023 Freshman Class and subsequently signed with Columbia Records.

Madeline Argy age

Argy was born on July 7, 2000. She is currently 23 years old. 

Madeline Argy Instagram

Madeline Argy enjoying the snow

Argy has gained significant popularity on Instagram, boasting over 1.4 million followers. Her audience continues to grow steadily as she captivates viewers with her engaging content.

On Tiktok, she has even more followers – over 4.3 million followers.

Furthermore, Argy also owns a YouTube channel and has approximately 320,000 following her.

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