Drake seems to have feelings about his estimated earnings. The rapper appears to have reacted to his ranking on hip-hop’s list of highest-paid artists. The 2021 ranking, which emerged earlier this week, puts Certified Lover Boy in fourth place with an estimated pre-tax income of $50 million.
But Drake apparently disagrees with the assessment. He responded to the headline “hip-hop power players” with a smiley face emoji, implying that they had done wrong and that 2021 revenue exceeded $50 million. JAY-Z topped the 2021 hip-hop best-earning list with $450 million, followed by Kanye West with $250 million. Drake was one point below Diddy, who earned $75 million.
Why Drake laugh at Forbes reporting he made $50 mil last year ? pic.twitter.com/SHHCAaPTNl
— DJ Akademiks (@Akademiks) March 2, 2022
Compiled by Zack O’Malley Greenburg, former Forbes editor and creator of the “Hip-Hop Cash Kings” list, the list measures pre-tax revenue for the 2021 calendar year before the fee for agents, executives, lawyers and living expenses falls.
For Drake, who recently bet more than $1.25 million on Bitcoin at the Super Bowl, the money is clearly nothing. Earlier this week, it announced a partnership with crypto betting platform Stake. Fans will have the chance to make money and play alongside the rapper on upcoming live streams.
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Drake Wins $1 Million From Super Bowl Bet With Bitcoin
Famous singer Drake announced that he had placed a $1,260,000 bet on cryptocurrency for a Super Bowl game in the United States. The famous rapper won $1 million from the bet. World-renowned Canadian rapper has won a multimillion-dollar bet for the Super Bowl, the U.S. American Football League (NFL) championship challenge.
Rapper announced that he had bet a total of 1 million 260 thousand dollars for the ‘Los Angeles Rams‘ team in the NFL final Super Bowl championship game, by sharing the image of the bet he played on his account via social media. Drake, who has a fortune of 180 million dollars, made this high-bet investment with Bitcoin, the cryptocurrency.