What is Saweetie's net worth? A look at 'Tap In' rapper's wealth, businesses amid breakup with Quavo
'I like being Female Athlete of the Year. I like getting 4.0s for a straight year. I like knowing that I write my own songs,' says Saweetie
Saweetie is not letting anyone discredit her success. While the 27-year-old rapper has been making headlines of late due to her breakup with Quavo and, in part, because trolls are criticizing her value, reasoning that she's privileged because of her looks.
Saweetie featured on the cover of the latest Cosmopolitan issue on March 23 and spoke of her level of fame with the magazine. She has also been getting flak from haters over time who think her wealth is solely due to her appearance but the Bay Area native spoke out to confront those who issue the "pretty privilege" label for her while noting her earned success. "I won’t act like there isn’t a certain type of power that comes with people admiring your face," Saweetie told Cosmopolitan. "But that’s not something that gets me off. I like being Female Athlete of the Year. I like getting 4.0s for a straight year. I like knowing that I write my own songs. I like knowing that I create my own treatments. I like knowing that I donated $150,000 to Black Lives Matter." That mindset has a lot to do with the rapper's title choice for her upcoming album 'Pretty Bitch Music'. Saweetie added, "It’s my way of taking back all those years where I feel I had to dim my light." So let's take a look at this rapper's net worth.
Diamonté Quiava Valentin Harper better known as Saweetie is having a rough time in the spotlight, thanks to her much-publicized split with Migos rapper Quavo. Things became so ugly that there was talk of money and cheating on both sides. Saweetie also has a debut album 'Pretty Bitch Music' lined up for this spring and she's not letting anyone tarnish its potential success with out-of-place criticism.
What is Saweetie's net worth?
In short, Saweetie's net worth is an accumulated $4 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. If the question of the validity of her wealth comes to the table, one just needs to look at her charting performance. Songs don't end up on charts purely due to the artist's looks but because people listen to them, buy them.
In 2018, Saweetie released her EP 'High Maintenance' which reached No. 20 on the US Heatseekers chart and No. 32 on the US R&B/Hip-Hop sales chart. Her EP 'Icy' was released in 2019 and reached No. 50 on the US R&B/Hip-Hop sales chart and No. 85 on the most sought-after album chart, the Billboard 200. When Saweetie's single 'My Type' arrived, it took the crown at No. 1 on the US Rhythmic chart as well as hit No. 8 on the US Rap chart and No. 10 on the US R&B/Hip-Hop chart. Her single 'Tap In' reached No. 2 on the US Rhythmic chart, No. 8 on the US Rap chart, and No. 9 on the US R&B/Hip-Hop chart.
She's also received nominations for an MTV Music Video Award and a People's Choice Award in 2020. Additionally, Saweetie has flexed her acting chops in the series 'Grown-ish'. Her songs have hundreds of millions of streams on Spotify. She earned a 2020 People’s Choice Awards nomination for Favorite New Artist and also made it to the Forbes 30 Under 30 list. Not to mention her 17+ million followers across Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube. The businesswoman in her can be seen through her numerous partnerships with fashion companies such as Fashion Nova and PrettyLittleThing.She is also an entrepreneur as the founder of jewelry company ICY.