Earlier in 2023, Cam’ron first announced the buzz that his self-funded sports show co-hosted by Ma$e, “It Is What It Is,” was receiving. Plus, the rapper even claimed that he had numerous offers for the project, as AFROTECH previously shared.
Aug 22, 2023
Using his own likeness has gotten Cam’ron into a legal battle.
Apr 14, 2023
Cam’ron has been heavy in his sports bag and, apparently, big-timers are taking notice.
Mar 16, 2023
Cam’ron’s pink mink coat shook the fashion and Hip-Hop world for the right reasons.
Feb 1, 2023
While some businesses may be suffering from the coronavirus pandemic, others may be cashing out on business investments. As customers flood local grocery stores to buy essentials in preparation for the indefinite quarantine, those companies who provide must-have items might see an increase in sales. Check out this list of Black celeb backed businesses who could possibly see their investments prove to be lucrative. AQUAhydrate Sean “Diddy” Combs and Mark Wahlberg invested more than $20 million in the water company, AQUAhydrate, that specializes in alkaline water. The Los Angeles-based company has its water on shelves across the country and even offers an online shipment option for customers. With water being on the top of most Americans’ list of quarantine must-haves, AQUAhydrate could cash out big time. CORE Juicy J of Three 6 Mafia invested in CORE Hydration , a water brand centered around producing purified and electrolyte infused water. The company was acquired by Keurig Dr...
Mar 21, 2020