Kanye West has proudly bragged about his wealth after amassing a reported fortune of $5 billion in just four years.
The 43-year-old rapper, who also boasts a successful clothing line, went from owing millions in debt to being branded a billionaire in the short period of time.
Taking to social media to flaunt his wealth, Kanye shared an image that revealed an estimate of Kanye’s personal wealth coming in at $5billion.
In the gushing social media post, that he shared with his 30.9 million Twitter followers, Kanye also thanked God ‘for the increase’ and revealed he was building schools of the future.
“From $53 million in debt to a net worth of $5 billion in 4 years. Thank you, Jesus,” the dad of four penned on his profile.
“I know I fall short, but I repent.
“I am fully in service to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We are building schools of the future. Thank God for providing the increase,” he concluded.
Among the messages from Kanye’s fans, many joked that the rapper should share his wealth.
Other fans praised Kanye for turning around his finances, with one writing: “Well done Ye. Please continue putting the money to good use.
“So excited about the future of YEEZY and it’s branches. I pray you’ll stay alive to see YEEZY help lives all over the world.”
Kanye was actually declared a billionaire in April of this year, with the majority of his income reportedly coming from his Yeezy brand.
Aside from his music and designing projects, earlier this year the artist also launched a controversial run for the US presidency.
Kanye’s relationship with his wife Kim Kardashian was also propelled into the spotlight recently after a series of public meltdowns.
During a campaign rally, Kanye made a series of explosive revelations and admitted that the couple had almost aborted their daughter.
On social media, the rapper – who has bipolar disorder – also claimed that he had tried to divorce Kim and branded mother in law Kris Jenner a ‘white supremacist’.
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