"Love and Hip Hop" Atlanta is still one of the most popular reality shows on television after three seasons and one of the most common questions amongst fans is: "how much is each cast member worth?"
The hit show first debuted on the VH1 network in 2012 and while the cast has slightly changed since then, there has been no shortage of recurring drama. As fans remain glued to their TV screens every Monday night, many cannot help but wonder about the cast's net worth.
Season one veteran Benzino, born Raymond Scott, 48, has the highest net worth at $10 million, according to celebritynetworth.com.
The rapper, who is co-founder of hip hop magazine The Source, reportedly generates most of his earnings through music and publishing.
Benzino's best friend and business associate "Stevie J" reportedly has the second highest net worth which is estimated at $5 million.
The three-time Grammy award-winning songwriter and producer, born Steven Jordan, has been a respected figure in the music industry since the 1990s when he began work as a producer for Sean "Diddy" Combs' Bad Boy Entertainment label.
Stevie reportedly has a lucrative income that is mostly generated from music however, he is currently embroiled in a $1,107,412 million child support dispute which recently raised questions about his net worth.
Season 3 addition Waka Flocka Flame, born Juaquin Malphurs, came in at third with a reported net worth of $4.5 million. The Atlanta-based rapper and owner of the record label: Brick Squad Monopoly generates most of his income through music.
Mimi Faust, who is Stevie's former girlfriend, reportedly has a net worth of $1.5 million. The reality star is the owner of Keep It Clean Atlanta, Inc., which is a cleaning business that she has operated for years.
Earlier this year Faust made headlines following the release of a home video featuring her boyfriend Nikko Smith. At the time unconfirmed reports claimed the reality star received $100,000 up front from Vivid Entertainment for the footage, however this has not been verified.
Lil Scrappy, whose real name is Darryl Kevin Richardson II, came in at fifth with a reported net worth of $700,000.
Scrappy, who was discovered by renowned rapper and producer "Lil' John," is an Atlanta-based rapper who was among the first acts signed to Lil John's Black Market Entertainment Recordings record label.
Next is Rasheeda Buckner who is said to be worth an estimated $600,000. Buckner is an established hip hop artist and her income is reportedly generated from music, TV and other business ventures.
Her husband and manager Kirk Frost is also said to be worth $600,000. Most of his income is generated through his work as an entertainment manager in addition to TV gigs.
Erica Dixon, the former fiancée of Scrappy, has a net worth of $300,000, most of which has been generated from TV. In January she launched her Klass 6 dress line and she also sells hair extensions.
Karlie Redd, who is a singer, actress and the former love interest of Benzino, is said to be worth $200,000. Like Dixon, Redd sells hair extensions and clothing among other things via her personal website.
Joseline Hernandez, who is said to be the wife of Stevie, is a former stripper turned singer worth $50,000. While her husband is said to be worth millions, Hernandez is worth substantially less and generates earnings from music, TV and paid appearances.
Tammy Rivera, who is the fiancée of Waka, also joined "Love and Hip Hop" in season 3. She works as a stylist however her net worth is unknown.