Teddy Ruks' Net Worth: How Much Is The Black Ink Crew Star Really Worth?

If you are a fan of Black Ink Crew, then you are quite familiar with Teddy Ruks. But for those who aren't, the TV personality is a star of the long-running VH1 show, which first premiered on Jan. 7, 2013. Teddy, whose full name is Shariff Ruks Homer, joined the hit reality series during season 4, and he has been keeping viewers entertained ever since.

Black Ink Crew follows the lives of Teddy and his cousin, Ceaser Emanuel — Harlem, N.Y.'s "reigning tattoo king" — "as he manages his expanding tattoo empire and his rambunctious staff" (via VH1). Throughout his tenure on Black Ink Crew, Teddy has become known for his multiple controversial love affairs with fellow castmates, including Krystal, Jadah Blue, Tatti, London, and Sky Days, among others, per Atlanta Black Star. In fact, fans could not believe the lengths Teddy would go to when it came to romance. 

Besides flirting with co-star Krystal when he was practically dating Tatti, nearly every season, Teddy had a new love interest. It seems his player days are over, though, as Teddy is now a married man. It may come as a surprise, but he tied the knot with his wife, Euni, in December 2019, according to 9MAGTV

Despite earning a reputation as a flirt, it's important to remember that Teddy is a powerful and successful businessman. Since rising to fame on Black Ink Crew, he has amassed quite the popularity, and his bank account has benefited because of it. To find out Teddy's net worth, keep reading below.  

Teddy Ruks makes his money as a TV personality, businessman, artist, and actor

Teddy Ruks rose to fame on VH1's popular reality series Black In Crew, and he has been making a pretty penny thanks to his gig. According to IdolNetWorth.com, his fortune is valued at $4 million. DreShare.com reported Teddy's annual earnings are estimated to be between $75,000 and $84,000, but it's safe to assume his salary has only increased since his debut on the series.

On Black Ink Crew, Teddy makes the big bucks as a businessman. The Bronx native "first came to Black Ink when he was trying to distance himself from life on the streets," according to his bio page on VH1. After working hard for his cousin and Black Ink owner Ceaser Emanuel, Teddy's role "has increased over the years, from shop manager to VP of operations — and now, president," his bio page states.

In addition to his role on the VH1 series, Teddy is also a musician. According to his Instagram, he's a rapper who goes by the name RGLR Shmoove. So far, he has released one single titled "Chances," which can be streamed on Spotify, Apple Music, and SoundCloud. Teddy can also add "actor" to his résumé. Per IMDb, he made his film debut in November 2020 as Vaughns Goon in the thriller True to the Game 2. At the time the film premiered, Teddy shared the news on Instagram, writing, "True To The Game 2 In Theater's TODAY!!!"

Knowing Teddy, there's a lot more money to make!