The reveal of Beyonce's recent Netflix documentary, Homecoming, exposed fan's to the legendary performer's tireless work ethic and hunger for greatness. Considerably, Queen Bey has proven herself worthy of praise musically, time and time again, but also has been flexing her flair for good business. While it was already revealed that the multi-talented crooner would push through two more Netflix specials as part of a big-money deal, reports also announced Bey's partnership with Adidas for a re-launch of the brand Ivy Park. Evidently, Beyonce is not playing games with anyone and in a true savvy businesswoman fashion, she continues to show precise moves are required to accumulate and sustain great wealth. 

According to That Grape Juice, Beyonce banked an extra $300 million dollars from Uber recently. Indeed, the on-demand taxi service ran the Lemonade singer a fat check from her early investments in the company. The latter is reported to stem from stocks, which her husband Jay Z has also profited from due to his role as an early investor in the company back in 2011. The Carters were well to do so because they now are pocketing the fruits of their wise financial decisions. After all, Jay Z isn't constantly bringing up financial literacy into his music for no reason. Money moves are to be made if one is wise.