Rapper Tyler, The Creator is seeking out smart investment opportunities so he can retire from the music industry in three years.
The Odd Future frontman, 22, admits he enjoys his work but he doesn't want to be doing it forever - and he is eager to sit back and relax by the time he turns 25.
He tells Ptwschool.com, "I love it (rap), but that's not what I really draw a lot of inspiration from at all. I'm just trying to invest in s**t, so I don't have to make music three years from now and I could be rich off of that. I am not kidding."
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