Whatever happened to Jermaine Dupri?
He produced and worked with talent like Mariah Carey, Usher, Alicia Keys, and Aretha "Seriously he worked with her?" Franklin. At one point -- in the mid-'90s-- his net worth was around $60 million. He welcomed us to Atlanta, told us money ain't a thing, and created the monumental rap label So So Def. Then, the turning point. In 2007, Dupri published a book titled Young, Rich, and Dangerous: The Making of a Music Mogul. In 2007, Dupri was 35. He was neither young nor rich, and I'm unsure if he was ever dangerous (his father was a Columbia Records exec). The last project his name's been attached to is The Rap Game which premiered on Lifetime… ostensibly the antithesis of a young, rich, and dangerous television network.