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Rapper, Cardi B Says She’s Worth More Than $40M

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The rapper, born Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar, has captured the hearts and attention of her fans since her debut. Cardi B shot to the top with her witty personality and viral catchphrases and hasn’t looked back since.

Hits like “Bodak Yellow” and “Up” were written by the New York native. Although many have criticized her lyricism, few can deny her natural ability to perform and deliver a song.

Regardless of what critics think about Cardi’s music career, the rapper has used her success to advance her career beyond music. Cardi B has brand and endorsement deals with companies such as Fashion Nova, Pepsi, Marc Jacobs, and Rap Snacks, according to AfroTech.

The “Invasion of Privacy” rapper has also tested her talents on the screen in titles like “Hustlers” and “Being Mary Jane.”

These opportunities may seem like Cardi B can float on an “easy street,” but according to her, it can all be lost in an instant.

This perspective is financially mature, considering the rapper once confirmed she makes one million dollars per performance.

“Over a M a show with 1 album,” Cardi B wrote in a tweet. “BIG SUPERSTAR are you dumb? Waiting on my agent got like 3 overseas, one for 2Ms.”

 

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Regardless, Cardi B found herself at the center of a social media debate concerning her alleged net worth. Sources have reported that the rapper is worth $40 million, but the rapper says she’s worth more than that. Still, she says that without responsible financial management, she could lose everything.

 

However, one specific fan did not take well to her tweet, calling out the rapper’s net worth.

 

 

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