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NeNe Leakes of ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ To Earn $1Mil Next Season

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NeNe Leakes of the Real Housewives of Atlanta, who's viewed as the sassy and put-you-in-place housewife on the reality TV show, reportedly became the highest paid during the history of the show, and she can thank her mouth and her motherly attitude for that.

According to reports, NeNe Leakes, 44, who has been taking a stab at acting (Glee) and even was a contestant on Donald Trump's Celebrity Apprentice, got paid $750,000 for season 4 of Real Housewives of Atlanta and may be due to get an increase when season 5 is ordered.

So what can she stand to make for season 5? According to RadarOnline, NeNe Leakes could make a nice $1 million. We would consider that a nice bonus of $250,000 because the viewers demand who... NeNe.



Meanwhile, NeNe will be making her way to the new NBC sitcom "The New Normal" as Rocky which is due to debut as a part of the 2012–13 television season this Fall every Tuesday at 8:30 PM CST.

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Drumma Boy Launches “House Of Fresh” Streetwear Boutique Clothing Store in Atlanta

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Drumma Boy recently launched his new hip clothing store at a filmed grand opening in Atlanta. The new clothing store is called "House Of Fresh."

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Yo Gotti Signs With Jay Z’s Roc Nation, Drops New Song “Castro” With Kanye West

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It is official, Memphis rapper and businessman Yo Gotti has joined forces with hip hop mogul and also businessman Jay Z and has signed with the Roc Nation.



Roc Nation, an entertainment company founded by Jay-Z, already has quite the roster of artists with the likes of J. Cole, Big Sean, Rihanna, DJ Khaled, T.I. and many others signed with the company.
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The Hip-Hop Entrepreneurship Connection

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The history of the hip hop genre is an underdog story. Its roots go back to the 1970s where few made it out of tough inner cities to experience a taste of professional or financial success. Those who were left behind had little hope to cling to, but they decided to tell their stories through music and the rest is history. Today hip hop has grown to become an industry that generates billions of dollars per year and the top rappers and entertainers within the game have become savvy entrepreneurs. This transition happened because as unlikely as it seems, the connection between the world of hip hop and the realm of business is quite strong. Here's why hip hop became such a big money maker.
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