In a recent interview with Complex, Lil Baby called Google’s estimate of his net worth “incorrect.” Speedy Morman, the show’s host, asked the Atlanta-based rapper how he feels about Google displaying his net worth as $5 million. Morman also alluded to songs from the rapper’s recent album, It’s Only Me, in which he mocks the inaccurate information. According to the lyrics,
“Google claims I have a net worth of $5 million, but I obtained that in cash.”
Lil Baby indicated that he was unaware of the inaccurate information until his kid brought it to his attention. When he talked with his son, he learned that one of his son’s classmates had examined his father’s earnings, which were listed as $5 million. Morman questioned Baby whether he was above that number, to which he answered, “Right.” The Grammy winner also said that no one on Google’s net worth is precise or accurate. He said that he aspires to the prominence that a few rappers have acquired so far. He continued,
“Billionaire is the upper limit for everyone in the world right now.” So, if they start becoming trillionaires by the time I’m trying to become a billion, I’m sure I’ll want to start being a trillionaire. “I’m going for broke.”
Lil Baby’s net worth
Lil Baby rose to prominence with the release of his 2017 mixtape Perfect Timing. He also released three additional mixtapes that year: Harder Than Hard, The Hard Way, and Too Hard. Baby’s first album, Harder Than Ever, was released the following year, and the album’s hits, including Yes Indeed, reached the top of the Billboard Hot 100. The 27-year-old’s net worth is estimated to be approximately $8 million by CelebrityNetWorth as of November 2022. Although precise information about his assets is not accessible, his great career as a rapper has earned him a lot of money.
Lil Baby Collab & Other Work
In October 2018, Lil Baby partnered with Gunna and released the mixtape, Drip Harder. Drip Too Hard, one of the mixtape’s tracks, peaked at number four on the Billboard Hot 100. He also featured on the Adult Swim TV show FishCenter Live in September 2018, released a mixtape called Street Gossip in November 2018, and teamed with Yung Gravy on Alley Oop the same year. The rapper then participated in the 2019 film How High 2 and worked with Future on the same-year track Out the Mud. In July 2019, he was featured on DaBaby’s song Baby, and in November 2019, he released a single, Woah, off his second album, My Turn.
Gunna, Future, Liz Uzi Vert, and others made featured on Lil Baby’s second album, My Turn, which was released in February 2020. In June 2020, he published The Bigger Picture, which was 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 Lil Durk. In September 2021, the California Breeze rapper performed on Drake’s hit Girls Want Girls off his album Certified Lover Boy. In February 2022, he released Do We Have a Problem?, a duet with Nicki Minaj.