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BamBam Net Worth: Here's How Rich The Got7 Member Is

He signed with Abyss Company after Got7 walked away from JYP
The rapper released his first solo mini-album “riBBon” in June 2021
Ever since he burst onto the music scene as a member of the South Korean boy group Got7 in 2014, BamBam has charmed his way into the hearts of millions of fans all over the world. As the Thai-born rapper celebrates his 25th birthday this Monday, let's take a look at how rich he is and what he has been up to since the seven-member boy band left entertainment company JYP in January 2021. BamBam's net worth currently stands at $10 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. The majority of his wealth comes from his earnings as a Got7 member for seven years and from his solo performances and endorsements in his home country Thailand. After Got7 walked away from JYP, BamBam, the band’s lead rapper and dancer, signed an exclusive contract with Abyss Company and focused on his solo music career. Nicknamed “The Prince of Thailand,” BamBam, whose full name is Kunpimook Bhuwakul, released his first solo mini-album “riBBon” under Abyss Company in June 2021. He released his second mini-album “B” in January. The album features six new tracks, including “Who Are You” featuring Red Velvet’s Kang Seul-gi and “Slow Mo,” which BamBam co-wrote with rapper Pink Sweat$. The album also featured BamBam’s collaborations with producer Collapsedone and indie R&B artist Jimmy Brown. Aside from his music career in South Korea, BamBam, who is one of the top brand ambassadors in Thailand, also makes money from lucrative brand endorsement deals, including the 5G campaign of AIS, the most prominent telecommunications in Thailand. BamBam is active in philanthropy. In December 2017, he launched the apparel line doubleB and had a two-week sales campaign to raise funds for Water.org, a non-profit that aims to bring clean water to those in need around the world. BamBam has been working with UNICEF Thailand to use his platform to raise awareness and mobilize support for disadvantaged children. Meanwhile, according to South Korean media outlets, Got7 will make a comeback as a group in May. None of the members has officially confirmed the comeback, plans but soon after news broke, BamBam hinted at the possibility by tweeting “7,” potentially in reference to the group. GOT7 arrives at the 2019 Mnet Asian Music Awards(MAMA) Red Carpet at Nagoya Dome on December 4, 2019 in Nagoya, Japan. Photo: Jun Sato/WireImage
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