Yung Bleu is now the proud owner of a private jet.
The 28-year-old rapper reportedly has acquired a private jet, something he posted on Instagram that it took 10 years to do.
“Nobody know we’re life can take you. It took me 10 hard years to get here,” he began. “Where can I start. I used to day dream all day when I lived with my mama. I used to tell people everyday Ima be successful. Some people believed some didn’t. I just kept going! On my road to success I fell off bout 4 r 5 times. Lost Alotta loved ones. Gave away Alotta money blowed a lot to . But I dnt regret ! I helped Alotta people.”
He added, IM PROUD OF MYSELF!…To not even owning a car to owning a plane!”
The Instagram post includes a video of him on the plane signing the ownership papers. The rapper, from Alabama, posted info about his estate in 2021, writing in the caption, “99 percent done closing on our Brand new estate. I Prayed for elevation last year and god showed out 2021 ! I Stayed humble! Stayed focused ! Never hated on another man ! It’s never a flex tho ! Just motivation ! S/o to @_kiratherealtor_ for all her help.””
As far as Bleu’s net worth: A broad range has been reported, from $500,000 to $3 million.
He adds the plane purchase to other properties he holds, such as a mansion in Gainesville, Georgia, and a white fleet of exotic cars to include a 2022 Rolls-Royce Ghost and his custom-built blue cars.
Yung Bleu’s Jet Specs
The rapper apparently bought a Dassault Falcon 50, a French super-midsize, long-range business jet that usually sells for $3 million, according to Controller.
Depending on its model, the Dassault Falcon 50 can seat between nine and 12 passengers. It has a cruise speed of 496 mph, and a top speed of 552 mph, and can travel up to 3,518 miles, according to Auto Evolution.
Building a University
Yung Bleu is also soaring high with his newest venture, creating a university for young artists and producers, Revolt reported.
“Moon Boy University on the way this January,” Bleu wrote on social media. “Facility for all my Moon Boy University producers, my artists, video production team, etc.”
He added, “Top of the year is going be some amazing s**t getting done, I promise—studio, conference room. Video/Movie production room. I’m even going to start inviting young upcoming producers to do classes etc.! I’m so excited about this. @moonboyuniv.”
The Bleu Portfolio
After having a recording deal with Columbia Records, Bleu decided to go independent.
“It’s just better for me to go to independent really because I have more leverage,” Bleu told HipHopDX. He does have a distribution deal with Empire.
He has real estate holdings and an investment portfolio that includes his restaurant Gwen’s House, a soul food restaurant in Mobile, Alabama; and a chain of food trucks.
“When I first started getting hot I was spending a lot of money. Buying foreign cars, sh** like that. Just spending a lot of money on bullsh**, jewelry and sh** like that,” Bleu continued. “I’m glad I did it so early because I got it all out of my system. Now I can give a f*** about a Lamborghini. When I get these big a– publishing checks, royalties and sh** from the deals and shit that I was doing, I’m not chasing nothing. I’m investing back into my career.”
Collab with Nicki Minaj
In addition to his school and jet dreams coming true, Yung Bleu managed to collaborate with Nicki Minaj, the main artist with whom he wanted to work.