Ice Spice States The Amount Of Money She Has Made Since ‘munch’ Blew Up

Ice Spice States The Amount Of Money She Has Made Since 'munch' Blew Up

Thanks to “Munch (Feelin’ U),” which went viral this summer, Ice Spice’s fortunes have changed.

The Bronx native recently revealed how much money she’s made from her breakthrough track in a comment under the music video for her most recent single, “Bikini Bottom,” on YouTube.

The famous drill-inspired song has brought in so much money for the curly-haired rapper that she genuinely wants to give some of it away to her followers.

“I got 2 milli for using a mic b!tch everyone reply your cash tags I’m giving away some money,” she wrote.

The rumored seven-figure income of Ice Spice shouldn’t be too shocking. “Munch (Feelin’ U),” a New York City song of the summer candidate, has amassed over 17 million views on YouTube and over 21 million streams on Spotify.

Drake’s endorsement and the 22-year-old’s viral success on TikTok and other platforms have aided in her quick rise. Even Joe Budden couldn’t resist singing the song’s memorable hook on a podcast broadcast.

Other rappers have also begun to favor “Munch.” During a freestyle on Charlie Sloth’s Apple Music radio show in September, Symba, a native of the Bay Area, contributed his flavor to the RIOTUSA-produced beat.

Last month, Cardi B also gave fans a sneak peek of her heated line over the “Munch” instrumental, but she disappointed them by saying she had no intention of releasing it and was just “having fun.”

More recently, Meek Mill released a freestyle over the song that may or may not be on his previously-announced mixtape Flamerz 5, becoming the newest artist to jump on the “Munch” bandwagon.

Additionally, Ice Spice has drawn a lot of attention due to her distinctive appearance. For Halloween, several others dressed as the New York rapper, including Lil Nas X, who wore her signature orange curls, a green tube top, and denim shorts.

Spice gave Nas’ twerk-friendly costume the thumbs up, tweeting in response to the “Munch” singer’s attire, “U WIN.”

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