Diddy has come a long way, from being that 11 year old who delivers newspaper to being the wealthiest hip hop star.
Not only did Diddy strugle to make his millions; Drake and Jay Z did same.
From countless tours to endorsements, let’s take a look at how the wealthiest hip hop stars made their money over this year.
Diddy made most of his money from his Bad Boy Reunion Tour and selling a chunk of his Sean John clothing line for an estimated $70 million.
He also earned from his business interest in Ciroc Vodka, DeLeon tequila and Aquahydrate water.
Drake is every fuck boy’s goal chale! Aside being a bad boy, he’s the world’s most-streamed artiste over the past two years. He made $94 million in the year in review.
Despite his gaudy recorded music numbers, the Canadian emcee made the bulk of his bucks on the road during his wildly successful Boy Meets World Tour.
He also earns millions for posing as a genuine customer to entice or encourage others to use products from Apple, Sprite and Nike.
Jay-Z ranks third with earnings of $42 million, and there’s more on the way: this summer he signed a new pact with touring giant Live Nation that will pay him $200 million through the coming decade.