Want to have some nostalgia? Remember when your favorite celebrity would release a new project, and prior to the internet, your way of engagement was to join their fan club and write them fan mail? Fast forward to the today of things, and snail mail isn’t the only way fans (see what we did there) can be a part of their favorite influencer’s life. And Safaree Samuels ensures his fans get a 360-view of his life.

Safaree Samuels is a Jamaican-American rapper and producer that started his career in the early 2000s by forming the group Hoodstars, which included Nicki Minaj. Samuels would go on to have several major writing credits, release a series of mixtapes, and become a reality television star.

Through these avenues, Samuels has been able to make a name for himself in Hip-Hop culture. And while his collabs with Minaj are a thing of the past, Safaree Samuels is still releasing music and appearing on reality shows.

While some say Minaj was the one who made his career what it is today, there are others who may think otherwise.

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Safaree Samuels has a net worth of $3 million. But let’s take a look at how the rapper has amassed his wealth.

Music Career

Samuels has released four mixtapes since 2015 and currently has a single out entitled “Hot Gyal Birthday,” which draws from his Jamaican roots.

As previously mentioned, Samuels received writing credits, most notably for his work with Nicki Minaj. He is credited as a writer on “Did It On ‘Em” and as additional vocals on “Roman’s Revenge.”

Reality Television

Samuels has appeared on several iterations of the “Love & Hip Hop” franchise, but he is most known for his work on the New York edition.

He also worked as a contestant on “Scared Famous” and made guest appearances on other related reality shows like “K. Michelle: My Life.”

Hide Your Kids, Hide Your Wife

In 2020, Samuels and his Erica Mena launched an account on the online content subscription platform OnlyFans. And while they are no longer together, the two still own and operate their individual accounts.

Samuels has seen significant financial returns for his content.  In 2020, he even boasted about making nearly six figures in just two weeks.