Megan Thee Stallion has made a lot of smart money moves in just a short period of time. And she was able to do that thanks to diversifying her investments.
The “Hot Girl” originally got her start in the industry by uploading freestyle videos to Instagram. And it wasn’t long before she earned a large and loyal following. She moved “Like A Stallion” in 2016 to make business moves that included strategic partnerships, sponsorships, and endorsements. Today, she’s one of the richest women in the industry — not to mention one of the most popular — and the popularity of her music is only part of the reason why.
But, as AfroTech previously reported, Tina Snow isn’t just a mogul in the making. Rather, she also has a generous spirit. As we previously reported, she recently announced plans to give one lucky graduating high school or current college student a full-tuition scholarship to attend the Roc Nation School of Music, Sports, and Entertainment at Long Island University (LIU).
These smart business moves have led Megan Thee Stallion to get an $8 million net worth, according to Celebrity Net Worth, in less than five years in the industry. And she’s showing no signs of slowing down.
“Megan Thee Stallion has cultivated a stage persona characterized by confident, overt sexuality. In terms of her music, she is known for her explicit lyrics and wordplay,” reports the outlet, who also point out that her lyrical wordplay has earned her the respect of her peers.
Let’s take a look at her investments, business ventures, and more. If nothing else, she’s proven that being a “hot girl” isn’t just about looking good. Rather, it’s about making good business decisions and taking care of your health and your body, too.
Editorial note: The net worth listed in this piece is a speculative estimate drawn from a variety of online sources.
Even though Megan Thee Stallion is just getting started in the mainstream hip-hop industry, she’s already made quite the impact on the charts. The first album she dropped was her critically-acclaimed mixtape, “Fever,” which she followed up with 2020’s “Suga” and her debut studio album, “Good News,” which also dropped in 2020. All three of those albums hit the Billboard Top 200. The “Savage” remix with Beyoncė was Megan Thee Stallion’s first No. 1 hit, which she followed up with the super-smash hit, “WAP,” with Cardi B.
In March 2020, Megan Thee Stallion told Rolling Out Magazine that she wanted to develop something in the healthcare industry. “I really want to have my own [assisted living facility]. I really want it to be a comfortable living situation,” she said.
In August 2021, Megan Thee Stallion teamed up with CashApp in a much-publicized partnership. As AfroTech reported, this partnership involved the creation of instructional videos, giveaways, and more. “It’s the new digital currency that’s been getting a lot of hype,” she said. “Bitcoin is a new kind of money. While the cash in your wallet is issued and regulated by governments, Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency. Like a wild stallion, it can’t be controlled by anyone.”
On October 19, 2021, Megan Thee Stallion partnered with Popeye’s Chicken in a much-publicized partnership. As part of the deal, according to Billboard Magazine, she not only became a franchise owner, but she created her own proprietary sauce (Megan Thee Stallion Hottie Sauce) and co-branded merchandise.
Film and Television
Megan Thee Stallion has also started to get some film and television credits to her name. In 2020, she starred in an episode of “Good Girls,” where she played Nana. She is also currently a judge on the hit reality show, “Legendary,” according to her IMDb. She’s also set to star in the film, “The Best Man Wedding.”
Other Business Ventures
Megan Thee Stallion has begun to get involved in philanthropic efforts. In November 2019, she contributed $15,400 worth of Thanksgiving turkeys and helped hand them out to 1,050 households in need at the Houston Food Bank Portwall Pantry. Also, as part of her deal with Popeye’s Chicken, Megan Thee Stallion agreed to a six-figure donation to the Houston Random Acts of Kindness charity, “whose mission is to promote empathy and compassion while encouraging selfless concern for the welfare of others in the Houston community,” per Billboard Magazine.