10 Smart Money And Business Moves By Cardi B

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Written by Dana Sanchez
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Recording artist Cardi B performs at Power 105.1’s Powerhouse 20167at Barclays Center on Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017, in Brooklyn, New York. (Photo by Scott Roth/Invision/AP)

Just a few years ago, Cardi B was virtually unknown. Then she dropped out of college to help support her family — not the conventional definition of a smart move — and the rest is history.

One of the country’s top-selling music artists, Cardi B is also a style icon, influencer and businesswoman. Her growing net worth is a source of fascination, mainly because of the speed at which it’s growing. You can’t accuse her of putting all her eggs in one basket. She makes money off her music, endorsements and partnerships in social media and fashion.

Here are 10 smart money and business moves by Cardi B.

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She took career advice from an Amish supermarket owner

Cardi B attended Renaissance High School for Musical Theater and Technology in New York and later enrolled in college in Manhattan. She dropped out to help support her family by working at an Amish supermarket. The owner encouraged her to pursue another line of work to make more money, according to i-D.