Cardi B & Meek Mill Dispute Their Income Numbers On The 2019 Forbes List

Yohance Kyles (@HUEYmixwitRILEY)

Did the magazine miscalculate Cardi and Meek's finances?

(AllHipHop News) "Take what the Forbes figured, then figure more," rapped Jay-Z on his 2007 single "Roc Boys (And the Winner Is)..." It appears two modern-day rap stars feel the same way about the publication's latest "Highest-Paid Hip Hop Acts" list.

Forbes released their 2019 rankings this week. "On Me" collaborators Cardi B (#13, $28 million) and Meek Mill (#15, $21 million) both took to Twitter to dispute the amount of money connected to their respective names.

"Where do Forbes be getting they numbers from cause they way off?🧐," tweeted Cardi. Meek posted, "The Forbes got our accounts f*cked up lol...."

Forbes placed Kanye West in first place on the 2019 "Highest-Paid Hip Hop Acts" list with a reported $150 million in pretax income. Jay-Z took the runner-up position with $81 million, and Drake closed out the Top 3 with $75 million.