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Plan B: 'I Have Enough Money to Retire'

December 14, 2010 (9:33 am) GMT
The rapper has one number 1 U.K. single, a well-selling album and two movies that made him so rich that he could do nothing for the rest of his life.

British singer/actor is adamant he's rich enough to retire - despite only releasing his first hit record earlier this year. The "She Said" hitmaker scored his first U.K. number one in April with his second album "", and has appeared in U.K. films "" and "".

But despite his newcomer status, the star insists he has the option never to work again because of his earning power over the last 12 months. He tells Britain's The Sun, "I'm not a millionaire but I have enough money to retire from music and just do nothing. I could just buy a little house and a car and relax."

"But that s**t doesn't motivate me. I just plan on making great music and films for the rest of my career."

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