Megan Thee Stallion earns more through endorsements than some rappers do through album sales.

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Megan Thee Stallion is ending 2022 hot on its heels of achievement. She now holds the distinction of being the first black woman to appear on the Forbes 30 under 30 cover.

Her $13 million revenue in 2022 is arguably the most glaring example of success. She discussed how she made this money during an interview with the business journal. The Houston hot chick is a marketing department’s dream come true, bringing in royalties, ticket sales, sponsorships, and merchandising. Her list of endorsements includes brands like Nike, Revlon, Cash App, and others. Her abilities are respected by her peers as well.

Cardi B said of her, “She’s very inspiring and so attractive.” Megan is a millionaire. She not only lives up to Cardi’s high praise, but she also earns more money from endorsements than some rappers do from album sales, as evidenced by the estimated $2 million value of her Flamin’ Hot Cheetos SuperBowl campaign alone.
Megan insists that developing her brand outside of music is her major priority. She desires to be regarded for the entirety of her artistic expression.

Her crew at Roc Nation is concentrated on the future despite the continuing legal dispute with 1501 Entertainment.
According to Roc Nation CEO Desiree Perez, “In such a short period, with all the curses in between, she’s still able to smile, hold her head up, and continue.”


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