6 Hip Hop Wives With Their Own Hustle
Hip Hop is hard on marriage. Any fame is. But what can be helpful to any union, prominent or otherwise, is meaningful work. Engaging in your own thing is a good mental health move and helps take the pressure off of a relationship. The Atlanta Post has rounded up six women who’ve seen beyond the current spoils of marriage to build something of their very own.
They say a good marriage is fifty-fifty. But if you’ve ever observed one up close, you know that somebody usually runs the show. In the Snoop Dogg-Shante Broadus variety that person is Shante, aka Boss Lady. Outside of the home she’s in control as well: she runs Boss Lady Entertainment and Management, where she oversees a range of talent; The Lady Lounge, a dance and recording studio; and CoCoRi, a clothing line. As if that was not enough she also manages I Am S.H.A.N.T.E, a foundation to empower girls.