Sean Paul BLAMES COVID-19 Pandemic For Low Pockets

Sean Paul BLAMES COVID-19 Pandemic For Low Pockets

Sean Paul BLAMES COVID-19 Pandemic For Low Pockets!

Despite having a net worth of $25 million the Grammy-winning Jamaican dancehall rapper and reggae artist says the COVID-19 pandemic has caused him to lose millions of dollars. Sean Paul says he was unable to go on tour over the last year and a half. Continue on for more about Sean Paul COVID-19 ... reports that the “Temperature” rapper spoke with Page Six to talk about his the pandemic has affected his career.

Sean Paul, 48, said to the site:

I’ve lost a lot of money because I travel more than six months out of the year. Like millions, all of that is from touring, but then I’ve also been spending money on charities.

Before the lockdown in March 2020, the Grammy winner shared that he had just landed from a tour with Shaggy in New Zealand and, at that time, was taking the coronavirus seriously.

Paul said:

I was on the plane with my mask on, and Shaggy [was] laughing at me like, ‘What are you doing yo bro? You making the plane smell like a hospital right now.’ I am spraying Lysol and wiping down… I said, ‘Yo bro I got asthma,’ so for me it was a definite lesson.

Despite being unable to book tours lately, he notes that staying home during the pandemic has been nice.

Sean added:

Sometimes you have to take a break… With everything there is a silver lining, so I have enjoyed the family time, and I have enjoyed the extra studio time that I’ve been given.

His next album Scorcha is set to drop in Feb. 2022.