What is Brandi Maxiell's net worth? 'Basketball Wives' star owns a cosmetic line and a beauty salon

The entrepreneur and reality TV star is also the owner of Midway Salon & Suites


                            What is Brandi Maxiell's net worth? 'Basketball Wives' star owns a cosmetic line and a beauty salon
Brandi Maxiell (Instagram /@brandimaxiell)
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Actress and reality TV star Brandi Maxiell is best known for her work on the VH1 reality show, 'Basketball Wives'. Maxiell is also a social media sensation, with a massive fanbase of over 700k followers on Instagram.

Texas-born and raised reality TV personality, businesswoman, and wife of former NBA player, Jason Maxiell, Brandi is the proud owner of the Midway Salon & Suites, a high-end beauty salon in Carrollton, Texas. The State of the Art facility has 31 spacious suites for lease, for as low as $165 per week. Maxiell earns enough to make a luxurious living, mostly from brand sponsorships and entrepreneurial ventures. Read on to know more about the VH1 reality show star.

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What is Brandi Maxiell's net worth? 

According to Bustle.com, Maxiell has accumulated a net worth of $2.5 million as of date. 

Aside from owning a beauty salon, Maxiell is also the founder of Brandi Maxiell Cosmetics', a cosmetic line that sells lipsticks for $18 and eyelashes as well. She is married to former NBA player of Detroit Pistons (2005-2013), Jason Maxiell as of 2010. The couple share a son named Jason Maxiell II. 

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Maxiell goes by many roles in regard to her career; as a reality TV star and personality, an entrepreneur, and a motivational speaker as well. 

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Her very first TV debut was in 2010, in the documentary series, 'E! True Hollywood Story'. She joined the VH1 reality show, 'Basketball Wives' five years later. During this time is when she discussed her battle with ovarian cancer on the show. Soon enough, she stirred up a lot of attention on social media and had fans rooting for her, which makes it all the more easier to rise to fame.

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The shows and public events Maxiell is invited to also add to her net worth. For starters, she was invited as a guest star on Access Hollywood Live, in 2017, and was also seen on 'The Arsenio Hall Program'.

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Stay tuned for Season 10 of 'Basketball Wives', which premieres on May 16, 2022, at 8/7c, on VH1.