Chunkz was born on February 21, 1996 in Somalia. He grew up in northwest London. He has three older sisters and a brother. Ever since Chunkz was a kid, he was always keen and passionate about rapping, music and making others smile and laugh.
Chunkz started his YouTube channel on July 23, 2015 and uploaded his first video titled “Victim of the week: Chunkz v Abdallah.” Since then he has been uploading various pranks, challenges, reaction, comedy videos and vlogs.
He formed a duo with Yung Filly and contributed to YouTube channels.
Chunkz played the role of Asznee in the 2017 music video "Man's Not Hot" by Big Shaq. In March 2018, he worked along with Michael Dapaah, helped launch a voice app built for the Google Assistant for the train ticket retailer Trainline to ease rail journey planning.
In March 2020, Chunkz released his first rap single and music video "Clean Up" with Yung Filly. In October 2020, He and Yung Filly followed it intitial track by dropping their new single and music video titled "Hold".
In May 2021, Chunkz announced he was retiring from music due to his religion.
In September 2020, Chunkz was announced as the co-host of the Sky Sports Saturday morning show #SaturdaySocial. That month, he was also announced as a co-host for the extreme sports competition The Aphetor Games, which stars next-gen content creators. In December 2020, he hosted the 2020 MOBO Awards with Maya Jama.
- Chunkz is a Muslim.