- Taylor Swift is one of the biggest teen artists to have ever existed
- Forbes has estimated her net worth at around $320 million (more than R4.6 billion)
- While Swift has many boujee properties and private jets, she also gives a lot back
Taylor Swift came into the entertainment world at the ripe age of 15 and has not stopped dominating since.
The stunning songstress whose music is powered by heartbreaks, love stories and power and independence, is one of the hottest teen artists to have ever existed.
Briefly.co.za learnt that TayTay has a jaw-dropping estimated net worth of $320 million (more than R4.6 billion), according to Forbes.
Taylor has a 10 impressive Grammys under her belt, multiple multi-platinum songs and albums, several super-successful tours (some record-breaking and setting), and an enormous global army of loyal "Swifties."
Being one of the world's highest-paid celebrities and one of the richest female singers, Taylor is a force to be reckoned with.
While some say power, riches and fame like that of TayTay’s makes one greedy, our gurl is anything but! She’s generous, kind and a total slay queen.
Taylor’s biggest moneymakers are her tours. Swift’s 1989 in 2015 made Taylor more than $250 million (over R3.7 billion) and her The Reputation Stadium Tour in 2018, $266.1 million-plus (over R3.9 billion). Forbes estimated that Taylor makes $1 million (R14.8 million) a day.
Aside from her insanely successful music career, Taylor rakes in the green through a whole bunch of endorsement deals that she has with big brands such as Keds, Diet Coke, CoverGirl, and Apple.
Swift spends her money wisely, investing in real estate. She currently has a real estate portfolio with an estimated value of $84 million (R125 million).
Rumour has it that TayTay owns two Dassault private jets valued at $58 million (R86.3 million) each. Gurl travels in style, and with her busy life, we’d expect nothing less.
Despite the lap of luxury that is Taylor’s life, she treats her crew and fans well too. At the end of her 1989 World Tour, Swift took her 125-person band and crew on a vacation in Australia. She also donates large sums of money to worthy causes such as the Nashville Symphony, victims of Louisiana floods, the Nashville flood relief and she even throws benefit concerts to help those in need.
The Taylor Swift Education Center was funded by her $4 million (R59.5 million) pledge to the Country Music Hall of Fame. As education is important to Swift, she gave $50,000 (R755k plus) to NYC public schools.
She also frequently donates to various GoFundMe campaigns, including $10,000 (R148k plus) toward a service dog for an autistic boy and $50,000 (R755k plus) to her backup dancer's nephew, who was battling cancer.
TayTay is one slay queen who has a heart of pure gold!
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