Ice Cube

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Ice Cube Net Worth 2014 – 2015: $125 Million

Ice Cube is a living legend, a rap icon, probably one of the first true hip-hop artists in history, this guy is in the same league as other rap powerhouses such as Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, Diddy and Jay-Z, and even though newer rappers like 50 Cent probably have more money, they’re definitely not in the same league as O’Shea Jackson.

Jackson is one of a kind, apart from being one of the first rappers ever, he’s also probably one of the first talented “Raptors” (Rapper and Actor) in the game, along with Tupac of course who perfectly executed roles in drama films such as “Poetic Justice” and “Juice”. But we are not here to talk about Pac, we’ll get to him later, for now lets focus on O’Shea.

Ice Cube has made everyone dance, sing, laugh and even cry, or didn’t you tear up when Ricky got shot in “Boyz n the Hood”? I did. I really don’t know what’s Ice Cube’s biggest talent, honestly, I don’t know if he’s better as an actor or as a singer. I’m more into rap music than films, so I guess I’ve enjoyed more his albums and singles such as “It was a Good Day”, “Why We Thugs”, “Wicked”, and “Hello”. However, I’ve also enjoyed most of his movies, especially “Friday”, which is not only one of my favorite Ice Cube films, it’s also one of my favorite movies of all-time, and probably Chris Tucker’s funniest movie ever. Other feature films starring O’Shea include Anaconda, Three Kings, Next Friday, Barbershop, Friday After Next, XXX State of Union, 21 Jump Street, and 22 Jump Street which will be released later this year among many many others.

But, how much is Ice Cube really worth? Well, according to several online media outlets and magazines O’Shea has an estimated net worth of $120 million, but after making our own calculations and taking into account his most recent work, salary, and earnings, we have come to the conclusion that he has a total fortune of $125 million dollars approximately.

Forbes Magazine has not ranked O’Shea on their Richest Celebrities list this year, however, he is currently listed on Forbes Star Currency section, where he is ranked at No. 134 with a cumulative score of 6.57.

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