‘Love & Hip Hop: Miami’: Who Has the Highest Net Worth?

Love & Hip Hop has been thriving for over a decade now, and the most recent addition to the franchise, Love & Hip Hop: Miami, has given fans a look into what the rap and R&B scene is like in the 305. Some big-name artists have been a part of the show since the beginning, and it features people in the industry with varying net worths.

Trina
Rapper Trina performs onstage at the 2017 ESSENCE Festival Presented By Coca Cola at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on July 2, 2017 in New Orleans, Louisiana | Bennett Raglin/Getty Images for 2017 ESSENCE Festival

Trina’s net worth

“Da Baddest B*tch” rapper Trina has been on Love & Hip Hop: Miami since its premiere in 2018. Trina has repped Miami since her debut two decades ago and continues to enjoy queen status in the city as she hosts a morning radio show with LHH castmate and longtime collaborator Trick Daddy.

According to Wealthy Genius, Trina is reportedly worth $7 million in 2021.

Trick Daddy’s net worth

Trick Daddy has also been on LHH: Miami since its inception, and he’s been releasing music with Trina since their breakout at the turn of the century.

Trick Daddy Dollars has had his fair share of financial hardship over the years, having filed for bankruptcy several times. According to Wealthy Genius, his net worth in 2021 remains stable at $100,000.

Trina and Trick Daddy
Trina and Trick Daddy attend Trina’s 21st Anniversary of the “Baddest Chick” Celebration at TW Events Luxury Venue on March 21, 2021 in Tucker, Georgia | Paras Griffin/Getty Images

Shay Johnson’s net worth

Shay Johnson is no stranger to the Love & Hip Hop universe, or reality TV in general. She first rose to recognition on Flavor of Love and later as a perennial cast member on Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta. On Love & Hip Hop: Miami, the tries to start a new life in the Magic City and make friends with those around her.

With a decade of reality TV experience under her belt, Johnson’s net worth is approximately $400,000 in 2021.

Bobby Lytes’ net worth

Trina’s first cousin Bobby Lytes has been featured on Love & Hip Hop: Miami as an up-and-coming rapper following in his cousin’s footsteps. More recently, Lytes has become an OnlyFans creator as LHH: Miami remains on hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Lytes’ net worth was estimated to be $500,000 after being cast on LHH, but it’s unclear how much additional money he makes from OnlyFans today.

Amara La Negra
Singer Amara La Negra attends Build Series to discuss “Love and Hip Hop Miami” at Build Studio on February 7, 2018 in New York City | Steve Zak Photography/WireImage

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Amara La Negra’s net worth

Amara La Negra is one of the breakout stars of Love & Hip Hop: Miami, bringing some new blood to stand alongside industry veterans like Trick and Trina. The Miami native has chronicled her rise to mainstream stardom on the show, and she’s also used her platform to speak about the injustices and inequality that Afro-Latinos face in the music industry and in everyday life.

WealthyPersons reports Amara La Negra’s net worth in 2021 as $2 million.

Joseline Hernandez’s net worth

Similar to Johnson, Joseline Hernandez has been a Love & Hip Hop fixture for years. She first rose to recognition as the Puerto Rican Princess on LHH: Atlanta, where she had a relationship and a child with record producer Stevie J. She moved to Miami for a fresh start with her daughter Bonnie.

In addition to Love & Hip Hop, Hernandez has her own reality show, Joseline’s Cabaret: Miami, which chronicles the life of strippers at a club she used to work at and follows the Puerto Rican Princess as she attempts to launch her own cabaret show. As of 2021, her net worth is estimated to be $300,000 according to WealthyGorilla.