There Are Only 4 Black Women in Forbes’ 100 Richest Celebrities List of 2019

Improve, Hollywood. The most generously compensated Black ladies in Forbes’ rundown of the 100 most extravagant superstars of 2019 represent how Black ladies keep on being deliberately come up short on over all enterprises. Forbes discharged its yearly rundown of the world’s 100 most generously compensated VIPs on Thursday, June 4. Of the 100 big names included, just four of them were Black ladies.

The rundown spread over famous people from TV and film to sports and music. Kylie Jenner, who has had some contention over her very rich person status, despite everything came in at number-one with a $590 million total assets. After Kylie was her brother by marriage, Kanye West who made $170 million in the previous year. Overall, ladies spoke to just 20 of the 100 famous people spoke to in that rundown. The quantity of Black ladies was definitely lower.

As per a 2016 report by the Pew Research Center, Black ladies make just 65 pennies to each dollar a white man makes. Dark ladies likewise make 17 pennies not exactly white ladies, which make them the second to most minimal paid gathering close to Latinx ladies, who make 58 pennies to a white man’s dollar, as indicated by the Pew Research Center.

Forbes’ rundown of the 100 most generously compensated famous people of 2019 shows how Hollywood isn’t resistant to the compensation hole and needs to improve. With walks over the world in dissent of police ruthlessness and deliberate racial viciousness and separation, the obligation lies on media outlets to close the compensation hole. Since four is desolate, and we want to see a higher number one year from now.

Rihanna

 

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2019 Earnings: $46 million

Rihanna is the most generously compensated Black ladies on Forbes’ rundown, and 60th most generously compensated big name generally speaking. (She’s attached with David Copperfield.) Forbes reports that Rihanna made $46 million of every 2019 from her organizations Fenty Beauty and Savage X Fenty. Regardless of her effective music vocation, Forbes detailed that Rih made the “mass” of her salary in 2019 from her cosmetics image, Fenty Beauty, which she co-claims with LVMH.

Naomi Osaka

2019 Earnings: $37.4 million

Osaka positioned 90th in Forbes’ rundown of the 100 most extravagant VIPs of 2019. Per the magazine, she made $37.4 million of every 2019 and is the most generously compensated female competitor of a year ago, unseating the past record holder, Serena Williams, who held the title for as long as four years. Osaka, who is half-Japanese and half-Haitian American, earned the majority of her cash—$30 million, to be accurate—from brand manages Nike, Nissan, MasterCard and different organizations.

Oprah

 

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2019 Earnings: $37 million

Oprah was the third-most extravagant Black lady on Forbes’ rundown at 91st spot. The previous anchor person made $37 million a year ago from link channel, OWN, her 10 percent stake and brand envoy manage Weight Watchers, and her new meeting arrangement on AppleTV+. While Oprah isn’t the most extravagant big name of 2019, she merits a huge amount of cash. Forbes reports that her total assets is $2.6 billion—of which $75 million is from OWN.

Serena Williams

 

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2019 Earnings: $36 million

Williams is the fourth and last Black ladies on Forbes’ rundown with $36 million earned in 2019. The tennis player and style fashioner, who positioned at number-98, made a great deal of her cash from her interests in new businesses by means of Serena Ventures. Alongside the cash she’s made as an expert tennis player, Williams’ money is likewise from her design line, S, just as her stakes in the Miami Dolphins and UFC.