EMINEM’S WHOPPING NET WORTH MAKES HIM ONE OF THE FIVE RICHEST RAPPERS IN THE WORLD.
Eminem is one of the biggest names in music, with his whopping net worth seen to reflect his success.
It will probably be no surprise to hip-hop fans that Eminem has previously been listed as one of the top five wealthiest rappers in the world.
EMINEM’S 2022 NET WORTH SEES HIM RANK AS ONE OF THE FIVE RICHEST RAPPERS IN THE WORLD
Marshall Bruce Mathers III, better known as Eminem, is one of the best selling artists globally, with Variety reporting in March, that he became the most gold and platinum-certified singles artist in history.
Therefore it will be no surprise to hear Eminem has an estimated net worth in the hundreds of millions. According to Celebrity Net Worth, the rapper is said to have a current fortune of $230 million.
As per Wealthy Gorilla, this figure sees him place as the fifth richest rapper in the world behind other big names such as Dr Dre, Diddy, Jay Z and Kanye West.
EMINEM IS ALSO CONSIDERED ONE OF THE MOST CHARITABLE RAPPERS
Despite his whopping fortune, Eminem is known for his philanthropy and has previously been dubbed one of the most charitable hip hop stars.
The icon makes his donations through his charity, the Marshall Mathers Foundation, which aims to aid disadvantaged and at-risk young people within his hometown of Detroit, Michigan and the surrounding areas.
According to Inside Philanthropy, the foundation provides funding across education support as well as health services and the arts within the Detroit community.
THE RAPPER EVEN OPENED HIS OWN RESTAURANT IN HIS HOMETOWN
Away from his success across the music industry, you may have heard that last year Eminem launched his own restaurant in downtown Detroit.The restaurant specialised in pasta themed dishes and, of course, was aptly named Mom’s Spaghetti which featured in the lyrics of his 2002 track Lose Yourself.
It launched last year, with the venture having first started off as a pop up in 2017.
The Mom’s Spaghetti pasta dish was seen to be at the centre of his philanthropy in 2020 as he donated food to hospital workers in Detroit during the coronavirus pandemic.