CupcakKe – Net Worth, Biography, Songs, Retirement

CupcakKe, real name – Elizabeth Eden Harris, is an American online philanthropist, rapper, songwriter, and singer, who is best known for her sexually-charged singles.


She was born on May 31, 1997, in Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Harris was raised by a single mother.

She started to write poetry at 3 years old. At age 13, Elizabeth began rapping. At the age of 14, Eden began writing religious-themed poetry as well as she started to perform in local churches.

She explained:

”I was doing poetry, I was doing Christian poetry in a church around three years and then at 13, 14, one of those ages, and then someone said, ‘Hey, turn your poetry into rap,’ and that’s what I did.”

The artist decided to write sexually explicit material in late 2015. Her first videos “Vagina” and “Deepthroat” were inspired by Khia’s hit “My Neck, My Back.”

During an interview, Harris confessed:

”I released “Vagina,” and it was my first freaky, sexual song. I was basically in my room, listening to Khia’s “My Neck My Back,” and I was horny as hell at the time.”

Eden went on to say:

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”And I was like, this is the perfect time to write. So I wrote it and when I put it out, the response was insane.”

In June 2016, she released her 2nd mixtape, called ”S.T.D (Shelters to Deltas).”

In October 2016, Elizabeth released her debut studio album, named – ”Audacious.”

On March 31, 2017, the singer released her second studio album, – ”Queen Elizabitch.”

On January 5, 2018, she released her third studio album, titled – ”Ephorize.” The album uses 15 technicolored tracks to tackle sexist double standards, self-esteem issues, and naysayers.

Interestingly, ”Ephorize” doesn’t include a single guest spot. She said:

“A lot of artists nowadays put these features on their albums either because they can’t hold the weight of their own album.”

Harris continued:

“I wanted the fans to listen to no one’s story but my story.”

On November 9, 2018, she released her 4th studio album, called – ”Eden.” The closing track on the album, entitled – “A.U.T.I.S.M.,” was written as a way to make her autistic fans feel “welcome and accepted.”

In her words:

“With ‘A.U.T.I.S.M.’ I [wanted] something special that can hit home for people who are dealing with autism.”

On April 17, 2019, the American musician released a remix of Lil Nas X’s song “Old Town Road” named “Old Town Hoe.”


In September 2019, Harris announced that she was retiring from the music industry, leaving social media (she deleted all her Instagram posts) and removing her music from all streaming platforms.

She said:

“Recently, I have just been sporadic. It’s because I wanted to get as much attention as possible to let y’all know that I will no longer be doing music.”

Harris also said:

“I have people of all ages – 10, 11 years old – coming to my shows and I feel as though I’m corrupting them with my songs.”


Harris started her YouTube channel on August 4, 2012. Her popular channel features music videos for her original singles. Currently, she has over 538,000 subscribers. However, all of her videos were deleted.


She is probably single right now, but at the start of 2019, she detailed about a man she dated for 5 months. Elizabeth said that her ex-boyfriend drove her to the edge with financial and emotional abuse.

Harris detailed:

“Out of the kindness of my heart, I gave this man over [$30,000] during this period [of] time because I understand how it feels to be without.”

Eden later added:

”He also has threatened to shoot my mom in the face [and] has threatened me on multiple occasions [and] said he can do it because he will get away with it!”


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"I feel as though I'm corrupting the youth." /// CupcakKe has decided that she is moving on from music and will be pulling her catalog from streaming platforms. In an Instagram Live stream, CupcakKe spoke out about how she has seen her music impact young kids and "I want to go to heaven after this, and I don’t want to go to hell. Just seeing all-age kids at the shows, seeing them sing along to ‘hump me’ and ‘fuck me’ and all this s—, it has torn me apart. I’m just not happy. I don’t want to be around no one right now… It’s wrong. And even if it’s OK for y’all, it’s not OK with me… I want to be normal again.” The rapper also revealed her gambling addiction and insecurity over her body type. She apologized for letting her fans down by canceling her current tour. Since her announcement she has deleted all of her Instagram posts. /// What do you think?-⁠ -⁠ -⁠ #cupcakke #rap #hiphop #music #popculture #worldstar #tmz #hiphopnews #entertainment #celebrity

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”Nothing’s holding me back. If I’m held back, the only thing holding me back was me.”

”When women see another confident female they feel, you know, they love another confident woman.”

”I think everything that played a part in my life growing up is in my music.”

“When an artist puts out music, the fans are providing. That’s how I look at it.”

“I never knew what a ‘mention’ was and just checked my notifications, and I saw five people in a row saying ‘Queen! Queen! Queen!’”

”I don’t like to be boring or write boring shit, so I keep my Twitter spiced up, crazy, and fun.”

“As soon as I decided to do something [that wasn’t] being done at the moment and started writing sexual music, it just went viral.”

”I never get comfortable. I never get comfortable. All I do is write.”

”I’m sure the people of Yale know exactly what they booked me for and what was the reason for it.”


She attended elementary school with American rappers Lil Reese and Chief Keef. Harris once said about Chief Keef:

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“He was a great guy. I don’t know what he is now, but before the fame, he was a really great guy.”

Eden went on to say:

”He was sweet, he was really popular. We went to a school called Dulles. He was a really nice, sweet-hearted guy.”

When asked if she even thought to change her image, she responded:

”Not at all. Everything you see is…just me being me. I don’t want to be changed or sugar-coated.”

On Twitter, she  goes by the name of “Marilyn MonHOE.”

When asked if she considers herself a feminist, Harris replied:

”Yes! Anything guys can do, girls can, and most of the time, they’re out there working harder and doing it better.”

She said that she would sign with a major label with an offer of $10 million or more. Elizabeth also said:

“I don’t want no $250,000 advance. I’m not impressed by none of that.”

CupcakKe – Net Worth

Harris made most of her wealth from music. Eden has released four studio albums to date, and many of her singles have made it to the top of rap charts. Her best-known songs are – Doggy Style, Vagina, and Deepthroat.

In addition, Elizabeth has a YouTube channel with over 31 million views (about $62,000 in revenue).

The artist opened up about a gambling addiction which led her to lose about $700,000 in a casino in September 2018. In 2019, she announced her retirement from music. Therefore, CupcakKe has an estimated net worth of $3.9 million.


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