Make this money, take this money, ain't no way you gon' take this from me... Must be muhfuggin nice!
Forbes Magazine Announces The Five Wealthiest Men In Hip-Hop
Back in 2007, Jay-Z, Diddy and 50 Cent released “I Get Money (The Forbes 1-2-3 Billionaire Remix).” The song was a celebration of the artists’ inclusion atop the first-ever Forbes Hip-Hop Cash Kings list, now an annual package on the genre’s top-earning artists. It seems fitting that those same three artists find themselves in an even more exclusive group—the Forbes Five, a short list of hip-hop’s wealthiest moguls. Indeed, the original trio boasts a combined net worth well over a billion dollars, rendering their lyrical prognostications accurate. They’re joined by Dr. Dre, flush with cash from his Beats headphone line, and Cash Money Records cofounder Bryan “Birdman” Williams. “One of my motivations in life is to be a billionaire,” said Birdman in a telephone interview with FORBES. “We’re going to keep working hard until we get our brand to be as big as possible. That’s the goal in life, that’s what I live for.”Hit the flip to see who landed where, and how much paper are they REALLY holding! Images via WENN Source
#3 Dr.Dre $270 million #2 Shawn "Jay-Z" Carter $460 million #1 (One, one, one, one) Sean "Puffy" "Puff Daddy" "P.Diddy" "Diddy" "Swag" Combs $550 million