Birdman entered Forbes Cash Kings 2011 list of Hip-Hop’s Top 20 Earners at No. 4, banking $15 million dollars.
The Cash Money co-founder sat down to discuss his finances with Forbes. He’s questioned by the interviewer for going on record saying “that Forbes evaluation of his net-worth is a little low,” and they had him at $100 million dollars! Birdman tells the interviewer, he looks at himself as worth “1 BILLION DOLLARS… !!”
Watch the full interview, and see why Birdman thinks he’s worth 1 Billion Dollars!
Here’s why T-Pain is listed at No. 20 on Forbes’ Cash Kings 2011 list of Hip-Hop’s Top 20 Earners! T-Pain reveals after his iPhone app hit the $9 Million dollar mark, it would be a good idea to do something for kids. The outcome — a brilliant idea to create his very own microphone called, ‘I Am T-Pain Mic!’
Steve Harvey goes in on Tavis Smiley and Cornel West for criticizing President Obama! Steve slammed Tavis Smiley and Cornel West’s nationwide “Poverty Bus Tour.” Harvey continued his rant by calling Smiley and West — “Uncle Toms!”
Listen to Steve Harvey’s interview below:
Read the transcript of Steve Harvey’s interview blasting Tavis Smiley and Cornel West’s “Poverty Bus Tour” after the jump!
Two weeks ago, J. Cole told Jenny Boom Boom he sent Jay-Z the audio file for the song. He needs Hov to put his verse on the file for their record together and return the file. Jay-Z had a deadline of only 5 days to do so! Do you think J. Cole got the verse he’s been waiting on from Jay-Z? …Nope!
In this recent interview with VIBE magazine, J. Cole confirms Jay-Z still hasn’t sent the verse. J. Cole is way past the deadline to turn in his debut album to the label. Do you think Jay-Z will come through some how and lace J. Cole with a verse?
Forget the Forbes’ Cash Kings 2011 list — Ashton Kutcher is planking on nearly a milli for an episode on Two and A Half Men!
According to TMZ, Ashton Kutcher is an instant hit on “Two and a Half Men,” and he’s being handsomely rewarded with a paycheck that approaches a million bucks an episode.
There are reports that he’s raking in $700,000, but we know it’s much higher. Ashton is actually getting between $800,000 and $900,000 an episode.
True enough … Charlie Sheen was making a lot more — $1.25 million an episode, plus profit sharing which brought him to $2 million per show. We’re told Ashton will get the often-elusive “back end” profits as well. – TMZ