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Ever since Bay Area femcee Saweetie (real name: Diamonté Quiava Valentin Harper) stepped onto the rap scene, she's helped take women's empowerment to the next level. Thanks to her catchy, confidence-boosting lyrics and her unique marketing abilities, Saweetie is well on her way to becoming an icon.
Additionally, the artist knows a thing or two about collecting a bag, making a mark in the acting world, and topping the Billboard charts.
On that note, fans have long wondered how the femcee has been doing in the financial department.
Here’s the 4-1-1.
What is Saweetie’s net worth?
Cha-Ching! According to Celebrity Net Worth, Saweetie is currently working with a comfortable net worth of $4 million. This figure reflects Saweetie’s work as a rapper, actor, brand ambassador, designer, and teacher.
Over the years, Saweetie has secured brand partnerships with KISS Colors, Morphe, and McDonald’s. Additionally, Saweetie launched a clothing line with Pretty Little Thing, served as the global consultant for Champion, and created a nail polish collection with Sinful Colors.
The beauty also assists with teaching business courses at her alma mater, the University of Southern California.
Saweetie has sprinkled her magic in the acting world too and scored a recurring role on Grown-ish Season 3.
So, if you factor in all of Saweetie’s accomplishments, including her Top 20 hit song “Best Friend” and Top 40 smash single “ My Type,” it's easy to see why she has a cushy nest egg.
Rapper, Actor, Designer, Teacher
Net worth: $4 million
Saweetie is a rapper and businesswoman who is known for the hit songs "My Type," "ICY Girl," and "Best friend," which features Doja Cat.
Birthdate: July 2, 1993
Birthplace: Santa Clara, Calif.
Birth name: Diamonté Quiava Valentin Harper
Father: Johnny Harper
Mother: Trinidad Valentin
Education: University of Southern California
In a March 2023 interview, Saweetie explained the delay of her debut album.
Saweetie’s reasoning behind the delay of her debut album — which was originally scheduled to be released in June 2021 — simply comes down to her artistry process.
"I really want to take my time with it because I want it to be a masterpiece," Saweetie told Popsugar in March 2023. "Now, after people listen to it, I want them to feel like they know who Saweetie or who Diamonté is."
Saweetie also shared that “an album is really a true introduction to the world,” so ensuring that the project is fully polished and ready for public consumption is of the utmost importance.