Originally posted on October 7, 2020 @ 2:34 pm
Safaree Samuels is a famous Jamaican-American rapper, reality television star, and songwriter. He rose to fame in the early 2000s as a result of his music career while in the hip-hop group, Hoodstars. His fame would continue growing after joining the reality show, Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood in 2016.
One year later he then joined the cast of Love & Hip Hop: New York. All these opportunities, without a doubt, have their perks in Safaree’s Life; perks amounting to millions of dollars. To learn about Safaree’s net worth, cars, houses, and lifestyle, check out our insightful writeup below.
After reviewing various online resource materials, we discovered that Safaree Samuel’s net worth is $5 million. His income is derived from his album sale earnings, reality show earnings, and product endorsements.
House, Cars, Properties, and Lifestyle.
Having money may not necessarily buy you happiness, but it can buy you nice expensive things. In Safaree’s case, we’re talking about luxury cars, superbikes, beautiful mansions, and the best work-out equipment money can buy.
On his Instagram, we can see that the 39-year-old rapper loves superbikes with a passion. He can also be spotted riding in a white Rolls Royce dawn while promoting his album.
When it comes to his house, Safaree recently purchased a swanky mansion in 2020, boasting of lush landscaping, tall out-door pillars, and a huge swimming pool.
Safaree also loves to lead a healthy lifestyle as seen from his numerous workout videos and photos on his Instagram.
Safree’s career has grown steadily from music and now in television as a reality tv star. His former music group, Hoodstars, featured Nicki Minaj and Lou$tar. It was formed in the early 2000s but broke up a few years later.
After it broke up, Safaree went on to work with his then rumored girlfriend, Nicki Minaj. During this time between 2010 to 2012, he helped co-write a number of songs for Minaj. Some of the more popular ones are: Did it on ’em, Press Conference, and Stupid Hoe.
After this, Safaree Samuels decided to venture out on his own. He released two mixtapes in 2015 entitled It is What It Is and It is What It Is Vol 2.
In 2016, he was offered to work in the cast of Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood. Safaree had also worked in the cast of K. Michelle: My Life, before that.
He then transitioned into the cast of Love & Hip Hop: NewYork, as aforementioned. Safaree also worked on the horror reality show, Scared Famous in 2017 where he emerged third out of the four contestants.