T.I. doesn’t play when it comes to his people of Atlanta, GA.
Nov 22, 2022
Killer Mike and T.I. seem to still be about their business. According to reports, the rappers planned to re-open Bankhead Seafood, a historic Atlanta restaurant, in 2020 after buying the business, name, trademark, and recipes the year before. However, COVID-19 cut its plans short due to a nationwide wave of shutdowns. Now, it appears T.I. and Killer Mike are keeping their word and will re-open the restaurant that holds sentimental value for many in Atlanta. “It’s been a part of my life as long as I’ve been on earth,” Killer Mike told WSB-TV Atlanta. “If you’re writing a show or a book about Michael Render and his family, (Bankhead Seafood) would definitely be one of the characters.”
Dec 13, 2021
T.I. is known for the bars he spits, but his entrepreneurial spirit is what fuels his grand hustle. He’s been called the “Jay-Z of the South,” and he has the entrepreneurial roots to back it up. At five-years-old, T.I. set out to sell candy to his classmates and hasn’t looked back. T.I.’s net worth is $50 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth, and the future looks promising. Here is a peek into the Atlanta native’s business endeavors: Tech Cypha T.I. and his longtime business partner, Jason Geter, co-founder of Grand Hustle, launched Tech Cypha , a syndicated investment company that aims to bridge hip hop culture and technology. The company’s first investment went to Culture Genesis, a digital studio based in L.A. “We had a general interest in technologies, specifically technology that catered to our lifestyle, to our culture, that spoke to us, that provided services that could be you know coupled with the things we do wear and speak everyday and Culture Gene has very very...
Feb 11, 2020