What, besides a Ferrari, jewels, and chart-topping tunes, is the ultimate trophy for a successful rapper? Some claim it's because of the lovely woman on his arm. Their ability to settle down with that beautiful woman on their arm, empower her to walk in her genius, run her business (and in some cases, their business), and make her the queen of their lives signifies that they are not only successful but also likely to use their money to nation-build and create generational wealth.
1. Offset and Cardi B
Grammy winner has ramped up her game since releasing her hood anthem "Bodak Yellow," yet you can catch her on social media with no make-up on and still look stunning. Authentic. Relatable. All-day-in-the-Bronx (if you will).
It's her sexuality as a "around the way girl" that's propelled her to the top of the charts. Now give me a break.
She may not appear to be everyone's neighbor, yet she exudes the familiar vibe that everybody from the neighborhood recognizes. You should be ashamed of yourself if you don't live in the Boogie Down, where fly chicks like Cardi make the urban jungle a paradise.
The lady who put the Migos on lockdown is also a legend in her own right.
2. Beyonce and Jay-Z
In December 2020, People magazine named Beyoncé the most beautiful woman in the
world. Did anyone in Hip-Hop need the popular rag to tell us about how gorgeous the
Houstonian is? Absolutely not. We knew she was the bomb when she appeared in Case’s “Happily Ever After” video, every Destiny Child’s video, on every solo album cover, and most certainly by catching a glimpse of her pearly smile peeking past her perfectly caramelized complexion.
We’ve seen a few of Jay’s rumored girls in the past, like Blue Cantrell for starters, but
none of them come close to the “Irreplaceable” singer. Thanks, People for telling the world that sis is fine, but we believe that you all are about 25 years too late.
3. Jeezy and Jeannie Mai
When Jeezy's wife, TV personality, and fashionista Jeannie Mai, 42, started dating the trap king, she snuck onto our radar. What appeared to be an odd pairing at first, with her Bay Area swag and him rooted in Atlanta's red clay, turned out to be a match made in Hip-Hop heaven.
Her beautiful dark brunette locs simply form and stroke her perfectly painted face.
shoulder to shoulder with elegant elegance Her style is uncomplicated but stylish. Her aptitude for
Her talk program allows her to communicate. The Real's platform has demonstrated that she is a woman.
4. J Cole and Melissa Heholt
One of Hip-Hop’s most private couples, J Cole and Melissa Heholt are one of Hip-Hop’s sexiest matches made in heaven… or should we say “dreams.” The two met while they were students at St. John’s University in Queens — the same institution that educated legacy artist DMC, soul singer Jaheim and basketball player, Metta World Peace (Metta Sandiford-Artest. Ron Artest).
You won’t be seeing Melissa on a reality show or breaking into the industry with a new rap album. She is busy tending to her real job as a wedding planner in NYC. She simply is not about the “let y’all in my business,” and moves with her “Crooked Smile” hubby on the low.
5. Chance the Rapper and Kristen corley
Chance the Rapper's wife, Kirsten Corley Bennett, is a Chicago hip-hop superstar. Corley-Bennett, a mother of two (Kensli and Marli), concentrates her efforts on keeping her home Christ-centered and "based in Love & Grace." Kirsten has a profession as a model in addition to being the life partner of the successful rap musician, and fans adore her not just for her beauty, but also for how modest and down to earth she appears.
Still, as newlyweds in their third year, she has warned people that marriage is a difficult institution to partake in: It would be irresponsible of me to imply otherwise or give the idea that everything is fine. It pushes you to tackle a large number of components.
6.Shanté Broadus and Snoop Dogg
Snoop Dogg knew Shanté would be the one woman who would have his heart and be the boss lady of his life when he first met her in high school, despite all the vixens in his videos, album covers, or DMs. Shante, the mother of three of his children, isn't about the nonsense, nearly divorcing the "Doggystyle" rapper after catching him cheating one too many times.
However, after their daughter Cori was diagnosed with lupus, the two joined together to support her.
They worked through it as a family, and by their tenth anniversary in 2008, they had renewed their vows.
vows. Her mogul mode was also triggered as a result of this.
7.Eudoxie Mbouguiengue and Ludacris
Ludacris, an Atlanta rapper, has found himself a real African queen. Eudoxie Mbouguiengue, his wife, is neither from Wakanda nor from Zamunda (though she is clever like the Aja-AdannaShuri and fierce like the Dora Milaje) (though there is that pan-African love thing going on). But this stunning Gabonese woman is more than just a gorgeous armpiece for the three-time GRAMMY Award-winning musician and actor.
She is a University of Miami graduate with a bachelor's and master's degree in medical science. She is also a humanitarian who started Unspoken Angels, a non-profit organization.
8.Ice Cube and Kim Woodruff
Imagine being 19 years old, having the number one rap album in the world, and having the Feds following you around and then you meet the love of your life: that is exactly what happened to O’shea “Ice Cube” Jackson. In 1988, the fiercest member of the infamous N.W.A. met his wife Kimberly Woodruff.
Instantly, Cube fell in love. “The first thing I thought I was, ‘Wow, she could be your woman.’” He said on the Bethenny talk show in 2014.
“The first time we met, she wasn’t feeling me, she was NOT having it. She did not dig me. I think she was in a relationship, so she wasn’t having it. But I ended up seeing her about six months later, and the next time, we had more time to get to know each other. She could feel my vibe and fell in love your with your boy!”
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