Megan Thee Stallion has racked up plenty of kudos for her music, and now Forbes magazine is giving her some applause for her money-making skills.
Meg just became the first Black woman to appear on the financial mag's annual 30 Under 30 issue, which honors successful young entrepreneurs. The story focuses on the Houston rapper's $13 million haul for 2022, which came from her performances as well as endorsements with brands like Nike, Revlon, Cash App and Popeyes.
She had some advice for anyone looking to follow in her financial footsteps, saying “Save your money! I still haven’t made a stupid, crazy purchase. My jewelry is expensive, and my house was expensive, but like outside of that, I’m not buying 100 cars. As soon as I started getting money, I used it on school. Learn how to make your money work for you.”