Of course, he first exploded on the scene with his record-setting “Old Town Road,” which made Billboard chart history and shot him to superstardom. But how much is he worth now?
According to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list, as of 2020, he was already worth $14 million, which does not include his most recent release, as well as his highly controversial shoe collaboration, the “Satan Shoes,” which sold out instantly and prompted a lawsuit from Nike.
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