Can’t Stop. Won’t Stop. It’s Bad Boy baby!
Sean Diddy Combs sat down with Forbes to discuss topping its 2013 Cash Kings list, which ranks hip-hop’s highest earners. Diddy, who just donated $250,000 to The Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship, said he isn’t too concerned with becoming hip-hop’s first billionaire, he’s more interested in giving back.
Diddy, who sat comfortably at number one with $50 million, made sure to clarify that the list estimates how much he’s worth, not how much he has in the bank. Other hip-hop notables that made the list were Jay Z who came in second with $43 million. Dr. Dre slipped two spots this year but still holds tight with $40 million, Nicki Minaj -the only female rapper to make the list-is sitting steady with $29 million, which is $8 million more than her boss Birdman who rounds out the top five with $21 million.
Watch Diddy explain what it means to be a kid from Harlem and be able to achieve so much.
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Diddy On Topping The Forbes List: “That Economic Power Gives Me The Opportunity To Give Back” was originally published on giantlife.com