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Nas Makes Forbes’ List Of ‘Hip-Hop Cash Kings’ For The First Time

This was a big year for the Queens native and his investments.


Serena Williams Tops ‘Forbes’ As Highest-Earning Woman Athlete

Despite a 14-month maternity leave, Serena Williams has topped Forbes' "Highest-Paid Female Athlete" list for the third consecutive year.


Stormy Daniels Claims Trump Asked Her To Spank Him With His Forbes Cover

As if we weren't already embarrassed by the commander-in-chief.

Music News

According To Forbes, Beyonce Makes More Money Than You Can Count

The publication created a list of top five female artists, and Beyonce earned a smooth $105 million.

Music News

Kendrick Lamar To Be Keynote Speaker At Forbes Under 30 Summit

K. Dot will be the esteemed guests for Forbes' Under 30 summit.


‘Forbes’ Lists New York Knicks, Los Angeles Lakers As NBA’s Most Valuable Franchises

This is the first time that two franhchises eclipsed the $3 billion valuation mark.


Forbes’ ‘Richest Self-Made Women’ List Features 8 Women Of Color

Beautiful women of color who are making power moves and stacking paper.


Royalty & Checks: Forbes Crowns The 2016 Hip-Hop Cash Princes

Did your favorite stars on the come-up make the cut?


Drake Tops Dr.Dre On The 2015 Forbes “Hip-Hop Cash Kings” List

Drizzy is definitely giving Dr.Dre a run for his money this year.

Movies & TV

Floyd Mayweather And Manny Pacquiao Earn Top Spots On Forbes’ Highest-Paid Celebrities List

The undefeated-boxing champ earned a whopping $300 million, while Manny Pacquiao came in second on the list with $160 million.
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