Reason #4: Wayne has already made—and will continue to make—millions and millions of dollars every year off rap.
How's your 401(k) looking? If you're like the rest of America, probably not too good. Wayne's retirement plan is looking real good, though. Real good. The guy has a handful of platinum albums and singles. He's got enough hits for him to perform shows from now until the day he dies. And, oh yeah, he also gets a cut off of his artists. So, there's really no need for him to continue to drop guest verses and put out new singles. All of his old stuff is already generating more than enough to keep him afloat. So, from a financial perspective, he's good to go. And, by "go," we mean he can literally go and do something else and not have to worry about his bottom line.