By the end of her life the legend had accumulated a net worth of US$250 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
Before her passing, she reached an agreement with BMG Rights Management, where she sold her music, likeness, and image rights for a substantial sum of US$50 million.
Tina Turner’s live performance at the renowned New York rock club The Ritz in 1981 caught the attention of singer-songwriter Rod Stewart, who invited her to join him for a performance on the popular show Saturday Night Live.
By 1982, she achieved another significant milestone as one of the pioneering Black artists to feature on MTV, with her music video for Ball of Confusion.
Following her contract with Capitol Records in 1983, Tina Turner embarked on the recording of her iconic album, Private Dancer, which soared to No. 3 on the Billboard 200 chart.
The album’s immense success was evidenced by its five-time Platinum certification and global sales of 10 million copies.
In addition to her musical achievements, she showcased her talent on the big screen, starring alongside Mel Gibson in the 1985 film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome.
During the past few years, Tina Turner experienced health challenges, including a diagnosis of intestinal cancer in 2016 and a subsequent kidney transplant in 2017. – msn.