was raised in Jamaica by a mother who sold Avon and a stepfather who was a grocery store clerk. Michael worked hard in school and won a scholarship to college in Canada where he studied Civil Engineering. Lee-Chin eventually found his way to the world of high finance. He used an early profit to purchase his very own investment firm called AIC which today controls of $6 billion of assets. Today Michael Lee-Chin's net worth is $1 billion which makes him the seventh richest black person in the world.
Shaggy (Orville Richard Burrell)
was born in Jamaica and has an estimated net worth of $22 million dollars. Shaggy is a reggae artist who has released eight albums,and a best of collection. Three of his albums have been certified Platinum, and one was certified Gold. His hits include "Bombastic" and "It Wasn't Me.(http://www.celebritynetworth.com/richest-celebrities/singers/shaggy-net-worth/)
Jamaican sprinter and a three-time World and Olympic gold medalist, Usain St. Leo Bolt has an estimated net worth of $20 million. Usain Bolt has won three Gold medals at the Olympics and three Gold medals and 2 Silver medals at the World Championships. He has been setting world records since he was a junior competitor and has broken his own record in the 100m sprint twice. (http://www.therichest.com/celebnetworth/athletes/richest-olympians-athletes/usain-bolt-net-worth/)
Nesta Robert Marley, popularly known as Bob Marley is among the finest musicians we have ever seen. Marley’s net worth stands at an impressive $130 Million at this time. He is a singer and songwriter from the Caribbean Island nation of Jamaica. (http://www.therichest.com/celebnetworth/celeb/singer/bob-marley-net-worth/)
Rita Marley is the widow of reggae legend/musician Bob Marley and a member of the trio the Threes, her husband’s backup singers. She has earned her net worth estimated at $50 million. She is sometimes called “Nana Rita” and also the “Queen of Reggae.” Born Alpharita Constantia Anderson on July 25, 1946 in Santiago de Cuba, she grew up in the upper level of Beachwood Avenue in Kingston, Jamaica. She was raised by her Aunt Viola while her father went to London to look for work but never returned. She described this in her book No Woman, No Cry: My Life with Bob Marley that was released in 2004.