Megan Thee Stallion is well-paid, and she is the first Black woman to appear on one of Forbes’ 30 under 30 covers.
According to All HipHop, her $13 million salary this year is the most visible evidence of her success.
In an interview with Forbes, however, the rapper explained how she achieved financial success.
This is because Megan Thee Stallion, real name Megan Pete, is a marketing department’s dream come true.
Many brands have endorsed the “Sweetest Pie” singer, including Revlon, Cash App, Nike, Coach, Puma, Savage x Fenty, and many more.
“WAP” collaborator Cardi B said of the rapper-dancer, “She’s so inspiring and so gorgeous. Megan is a multimillionaire.”
Megan not only lives up to the “Bodak Yellow” singer’s high praise, but she also makes more money from endorsements than other rappers make from sales, with her Superbowl ad for Flamin’ Hot Cheetos estimated to be worth $2 million.
Megan says on her Forbes cover that she wants to be recognized for her entire talent range and expand her brand beyond music.
Despite being embroiled in a legal battle with 1501 Entertainment, her team at Jay-Roc Z’s Nation is optimistic.
According to CEO Desiree Perez:
“In such a short time, and all the curses in between, she’s still able to smile, hold her head up and continue.”
Megan Thee Stallion, a multi-award-winning rapper, rose to prominence via her internet freestyle rap videos.
In March 2021, she won three Grammy awards: Best New Artist, Best Rap Song, and Best Rap Performance.
Her mixtape “Fever,” 2020 EP “Suga,” and debut album “Good News,” all of which charted on the Billboard 200, catapulted her to fame in 2019.
Megan rose to international prominence with the release of her singles “Hot Girl Summer,” “Savage,” and “Body.”
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Megan Thee Stallion has an estimated net worth of $8 million. It is nearly three times higher than it was two years ago.