Gerald Fulton, Jr., better known as (Hitman Holla) is an American battle rapper, former athlete, and actor best known for being a battle rapper in the SMACK/URL rap circuit and for being one of the recurring cast members from Season 6 to Season 16, and his return to the show in Season 18 of the improv comedy show, Wild 'N Out on MTV, VH1 and MTV2.
Hailing from St. Louis, Hitman Holla is a former college athlete who decided to turn his life around to begin a career in battle rapping. Hitman started battle rapping in 2008 with his first battle going against RemyD and soon after started making a name for himself in the battle rap circuit. He became known for ending every round with either "ball game", "yett yett", or both along with his aggressive delivery and uses of techniques such as remixing his bars. Besides SMACK/URL, he was also a part of Battle American Fight Klub. Hitman then announced that he was banned from the URL, because he threatened to knock Norbes out. Hitman joined the cast of Wild 'N Out in Season 6, becoming the second battle rapper after Conceited to join the show.
In 2017, he released his single "Diddy Dum Dum" featuring rapper Jeff in October. Recently, Hitman filmed the independent film She Ball, directed and co-written by Nick Cannon.
In 2021, he became a recurring cast member on the BET sports drama, Games People Play.
- He has appeared in 6 episodes in Season 6, 14 episodes in Seasons 7 and 8, 10 episodes in Season 9, every episode in Season 10, 19 episodes in Seasons 11 and 15, 16 episodes in Season 12, 25 episodes in Season 13, 23 episodes in Season 14, 17 episodes in Season 16, and 24 episodes in Season 18.
- He was entirely on the Platinum Team in Season 6, except for the "Nelly" episode.
- He was entirely on the Black Team in Season 7.
- Himself and Conceited are the second and third cast members to be a part of the Musical Guest performance in Seasons 7, 9 and 14.
- He was entirely on the Old School team in Season 15, except for the "Ambjaay/Headkrack/Da Brat" episode.
- He appeared as the Musical Guest in Season 17.
- He was entirely on the Old School team in Season 18.
- He often makes jokes about the keys that Big Mack wears around his neck during the Wildstyle Battles.
- He is also a part of the "Black Squad" which is a rap group that consists of Nick Cannon, Conceited, and Charlie Clips.
- He shaved his hair to show support for cancer since his mother was battling it as she successfully beat it.
- He earned a scholarship from California State Northridge.
- Since being banned from URL, his battles have collected over 42 million views.
- He battled Conceited on June 23, 2013, in the URL: NOME3 League and Charlie Clips on April 21, 2014, in the Go Rilla Warfare League.
- His name was falsely used in two murder cases.
- He is the second battle rapper to join the show.
- He revealed in an interview that Nick Cannon visited his mother after she lost her hair due to cancer.
- His zodiac sign is Aries.
- His father (Big Gerald) attends his events.
- He also has a son named Geremiah.
- His brother, Showout is also involved in battle rap as he was in one that went viral on Worldstar Hip Hop.
- 50 Cent donated $10,000 to Hitman's mother battle with breast cancer.