Ace Hood Shares His Financial Advice With Forbes
Shortly after rapper Ace Hood signed his first major record deal at age 17, financial planning wasn’t exactly at the front of his mind. He leased a new Cadillac Escalade and decked it out with 26-inch rims. He rented a three-bedroom condo in South Florida for $3,000 per month. And then there were the shopping trips.
“It was $1,500-$2,000 every time I hit the Gucci store,” he says, lounging poolside at the Dream Hotel in Manhattan. “I splurged and lived life how I wanted to live it. But anytime you don’t have a record out there that’s bubbling and you’re not doing much of anything, money runs low.”
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