In a recent interview with Complex, Lil Baby called Google’s estimate of his net worth “inaccurate”. Speedy Morman, the host, asked the Atlanta rapper what he thought of Google flaunting his $5 million net worth. Morman also alluded to songs from the rapper’s recent album It’s Only Me, in which he mocks inaccurate information. According to the lyrics,
“Google claims I have a net worth of $5 million, but I received it in cash.”
Lil Baby points out that he wasn’t aware of the incorrect information until his child brought it to his attention. When talking to his son, he learned that one of the son’s co-workers had reviewed his father’s income, which was listed as five million dollars. Morman asked Baby if he was taller than that number, and he replied, “Exactly.” The Grammy Award winner also said that no one is accurate or precise about Google’s net worth. He said that he is aiming for the fame that few rappers have achieved so far. He continued,
“Billionaires are the upper limit for everyone in the world right now.” So if they started becoming billionaires while I was trying to become a billionaire, I would definitely want to be a billionaire. “I’m going bankrupt.”
Lil baby net worth
Lil Baby rose to prominence with the release of the mixtape Perfect Time in 2017. He also released three additional mixtape that year: Harder Than Hard, The Hard Way, and Too Hard. Baby’s first album, Harder Than Ever, was released the following year, and hits from the album, including Yes Indeed, made the top of the Billboard Hot 100. CelebrityNetWorth estimated the 27-year-old’s net worth. This age is about 8 million US dollars. of April 2023. Although there is no exact data on his fortune, the great rapper career has brought him a lot of money.
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In October 2018, Lil Baby teamed up with Gunn to release a mixtape, Drip Harder. Drip Too Hard, one of the mixtape songs, peaked at #4 on the Billboard Hot 100. He also appeared on the Adult Swim TV show FishCenter Live in September 2018, releasing the mixtape titled Street Gossip in November 2018 and collaborated with Yung Gravy on Alley Oop the same year. The rapper then starred in the 2019 film How High 2 and worked on Future on Out the Mud the same year. In July 2019 he performed on DaBaby’s Baby and in November 2019 he released the single Woah from his second album My Turn.
Gunna, Future, Liz Uzi Vert etc appear on Lil Baby’s second album, My Turn, which was released in February 2020. In June 2020, he released The Bigger Picture, followed by We Paid . He appeared on Pop Smoke’s song For the Night and in June 2021 he will release The Voice of the Heroes, a joint album with Lila Durk. In September 2021, rapper California Breeze performed Drake’s hit Girls Want Girls from his album Certified Lover Boy. In February 2022, he released Do We Have a Problem?, a duet with Nicki Minaj.