These are the Businesses of Yo Gotti, Who is Now Worth $100 million

Mario Sentell Yo Gotti, an American rapper, has been in the music industry for decades. His 2016 album, The Art of the Hustle, peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 album chart.

According to Forbes, the rapper has developed a $100 million business despite never finishing college. In an interview, he stated that wealthy superstar rapper Jay-Z has pushed him to pursue higher education.

In an interview with Forbes, the 42-year-old artist said that he has been studying corporate valuation at UCLA’s Anderson School of Management since December 2023, as part of his strategy to expand his $100 million empire.

He stated, “I could want to buy or acquire another company. So, rather than listening to financial experts, I’m making sure I’m supertight and understand the jargon and verbiage myself.

He said, “If I never compose another rap, I’ll be financially stable. “I spent my entire career preparing for that.”

He experimented with entrepreneurship while pursuing his singing career. Yo Gotti’s portfolio now comprises several enterprises. One of his main enterprises is the record label Collective Music Group (CMG). He oversees a remarkable group of artists at CMG, including Moneybagg Yo, GloRilla, and BlocBoy JB.

The 42-year-old also owns the restaurant Prive, which is located in his birthplace of Memphis, Tennessee, and has a minority investment in the Major League Soccer side DC United.

In addition to his businesses, he also owns luxury houses. The rapper has a 10,000-square-foot Tuscan-style property just north of Malibu. He also owns an excellent watch collection, which he estimates is worth $10 million and includes timepieces from Patek Philippe, Rolex, and Vacheron Constantin.

According to Forbes, he also owns a fleet of expensive cars, including an armoured Hummer truck, a 2023 lime green Rolls-Royce Cullinan, and a Tesla Model S, which was a gift from his girlfriend, Angela Simmons, daughter of rap artist Joseph “Rev. Run” Simmons of Run-DMC.

Yo Gotti credits his mother, Geraldine Mims, and aunts for his business success, claiming that their financial expertise helped him make sound judgments as he grew older.

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