Rihanna has officially entered the top of the billionaires, thus becoming the richest singer in the world and the second richest woman in showbiz, after Oprah Winfrey, according to Forbes. The 33-year-old artist has reached a fortune of 1.7 billion dollars in the business of underwear, cosmetics and music, writes BBC.
Rihanna has now become the richest singer in the world and the second richest woman in showbiz, after Oprah Winfrey ($ 2.7 billion).
Most of her wealth ($ 1.4 billion) came from the Fenty Beauty business, where Rihanna owns 50% of the company.
The artist launched her own brand of cosmetics in 2017, out of the desire to make “women everywhere feel included”. Four years later, the company offered him one of the most exclusive titles.
The other 3 billion of the artist comes from her underwear company, which has an estimated value of 270 million dollars, and from her musical career.
The other half of the cosmetics brand is owned by Louis Vuitton conglomerate Moët Hennessy (LVMH), led by Bernard Arnault, which ranks second in the top of the richest people in the world, after Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.