Diddy, Beyoncé, Drake & The Weeknd Make Top 10 On Forbes Highest Paid Celebrities List
Sean “Diddy” Combs may have claimed being a billionaire is not his goal, but it sure appears the Hip Hop mogul is on his way to crossing the one billi mark.
Forbes named Diddy as the leader of its 2017 highest paid celebrity list with $130 million.
The Bad Boy Records founder was joined in the top 10 by fellow music acts Beyoncé (#2, $105 million), Drake (#4, $94 million), and The Weeknd (#6, $92 million).
Fellow musicians Jay Z (#55, $42 million), Bruno Mars (#60, $39 million), Rihanna (#77, $36 million), Dr. Dre (#83, $34.5 million), and Chance The Rapper (#95, $33 million) are part of the tally as well.
LeBron James just lost his fifth NBA Finals, but the basketball superstar got better news from Forbes.
The Cleveland Cavaliers leader supposedly earned $86 million, landing him at #10.
Finals MVP Kevin Durant came in at #25 with $60.6 million.
Other listed athletes included Steph Curry (#42, $47.3 million), James Harden (#45, $46.6 million), and Russell Westbrook (#62, $38.6 million).
Comedians Chris Rock (#30, $57 million), Dave Chappelle (#43, $47 million), and Kevin Hart (#98, $32.5 million) broke into the top 100.
Check out the full list at forbes.com.