What is Ronnie Radke's net worth? Singer claims he took 100 percent of Playboy Carti's merch profits after rapper sold t-shirts with his band’s name

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Falling in Reverse's Ronnie Radke claims he took 100% of Playboi Carti's merch profits (Image via _ronnieradke_fir/Instagram)

Falling in Reverse’s Ronnie Radke recently took to X to claim that he took Playboi Carti’s entire merchandise profits after the latter used his band's name on the Whole Lotta Red collection. At the time of writing this article, Playboi Carti had not publicly responded to the same on social media.

On Monday, June 10, Ronnie Radke took to X to respond to a netizen who asked him why he sued Playboi Carti. In a lengthy tweet, the 40-year-old rock singer revealed that Playboi Carti put his band’s name on clothing and refused to take it down. Radke explained:

“Put my band name on a shirt, I asked him nicely to take down he can keep the money just take it down, he replied “my bad I got you” left it up, warned him 3 more times he left me on read after sued him, he tried negotiating a small % I said get f**ked I’m taking 100% and also he paying my lawyer fees. He ultimately settled for 100% sent me all the profit.”

In his tweet, Radke also revealed that Playboi Carti requested that he not talk about him online due to the latter’s “rock n roll goth boi image.”

Ronnie Radke addresses Playboi Carti lawsuit on X (Image via X)
Ronnie Radke addresses Playboi Carti lawsuit on X (Image via X)

The exact details of the lawsuit remain unknown at the time of writing this article. Meanwhile, Ronnie Radke boasts a net worth of $4 million, as per Celebrity Net Worth.

Ronnie Radke has built his fortune through his music career

A majority of Radke's millions have been made from his career in music. A portion of it comes from being the frontman of Falling in Reverse, which was formed in 2008.

Radke entered the music industry by co-founding Escape the Fate in 2004. He has been credited with the success of the rock band, which debuted with their Dying Is Your Latest Fashion album. However, he left the band in 2008 after getting into conflicts with fellow members and having legal troubles.

Ronnie Radke has since been a longtime member of Falling In Reverse and has created numerous albums, including The Drug in Me is You, Just Like You, Fashionably Late, and Coming Home.


Radke has also released solo projects, including his song The Fairweather Fans. He also published his own Blacklist mixtape in 2013.

The musician was forced to take a break from the entertainment industry after being arrested. In 2006, he was involved in the shooting of an 18-year-old. Although he did not fire at the youngster, he was indicted on battery charges.

He was also arrested in the past for failing to report to his probation officer, which resulted in his four-year prison sentencing. However, he served only two and a half years of it.

Radke was also arrested on domestic violence and aggravated assault charges in the past.

Meanwhile, Falling in Reverse made headlines in May for burning themselves with their own concert pyrotechnics display.

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Edited by Prem Deshpande
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