Black Excellence: 12 Black Billionaires Who Made Forbes Billionaire List 2022

The Forbes billionaire list has dropped for 2022 and of course black men and women have made it to the list as always. forbes billionaire
There are some familiar faces and there are also some new faces on the list which shows growth. So here are the black billionaires who made the Forbes billionaire list 2022.
12. Tyler Perry ($1 billion)
Tyler Perry proved that Black directors can can be billionaires, thanks to his billionaire status.11. Jay-Z ($1.4 billion)
H to the Izzo continues to bank to the tune of a $1.4 billion net worth.
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10. Michael Jordan ($1.7 billion)
The man, the myth, and the legend continues to add to his impressive net worth even though he’s long since retired from the basketball court.
9. Rihanna ($1.7 billion)
Riri entered the Forbes billionaire list for the first time in history thanks to her wise business moves.rihanna
8. Kanye West ($2 billion)
Say what you will about him, but Kanye West’s $2 billion net worth is a testament to his “jeen-yuhs.”
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7. Oprah Winfrey ($2.6 billion)
From talk show host to powerhouse, Oprah Winfrey has amassed a $2.6 billion empire.
6. Patrice Motsepe ($3.3 billion)

South Africa’s richest black man continues to grow his $3.3 billion net worth.

5. David Steward ($5.8 billion)
David Steward’s work in the computer programming industry has garnered him an impressive $5.8 billion net worth.

4. Abdulsamad Rabiu ($6.9 billion)
Rabiu’s children are this African billionaire’s pride and joy, and they’ll be set for life thanks to his $6.9 billion net worth.
3. Mike Adenuga ($7.3 billion)
Mike Adenuga is one of the richest men in Nigeria, and his impressive $7.3 billion net worth comes from investments in the Telecomms industry.2. Robert F. Smith ($6.7 billion)
AfroTech frequently covers Robert .F. Smith’s contributions to society at large, and the billionaire’s net worth continues to grow alongside his philanthropy.
1. Aliko Dangote ($14 billion)
The world’s richest Black man is the first Black entry on the Forbes billionaire list. African billionaire Aliko Dangote comes in with an impressive $14 billion net worth.Aliko Dangote

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