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Cypress Hill's B-Real To Drop His Own Line Of 420-Friendly Beer

In a recent announcement made by Cypress Hill frontman B-Real,  the rapper will be releasing his own line of cannabis-infused beer in partnership with Atlanta-based brewing company SweetWater Brewery. B-Real’s Insane OG has officially been added to SweetWater’s selection of 420 beers which include Chocolope Stout,  Mango Kush, Hop Hash Easy IPA, and more. Insane OG, which is described as an intense Mexican lager, is named after Cypress Hill’s 1993 hit single, “Insane In The Membrane”. “We’re going to attempt to get our flavor into the beer,” B-Real said while visiting the brewery. “A little bit of that experience in a bottle. The Insane experience in a bottle.” Visit to find Insane OG near you.  

Feb 11, 2020

Ray J's Scoot-E-Bike Company is Set to Reach $200M in 2020

Ray J is doing big things in the tech world. According to The Source, he secured a deal with ride-sharing company, LOOPShare, for his Scoot-E-bike. The Source reports that William Norwood Jr. also known as Ray J walked away from the deal with $34 million and 18 million LOOPShare shares. According to Hot New HipHop (HNHH), Ray J created Scoot-E-bikes after a disagreement with his girlfriend. “Next time you get into it with your girl, start a business,” Ray J said on an episode of “The Vince Staples Show.” “Last time I did that, I created the Scoot-E-bikes. I got so rich I bought her a helicopter.” Scoot-E-bikes are set to release in 2020 and projected to earn over $200 million, then $2 billion over the next two years. Ray J’s Raytroniks Corporations had a bump in 2017. According to HNHH a former business partner of Ray J, Jean Paul, sued Ray J for starting a competing company. However, HNHH reports that the two settled for an undisclosed amount. Ray J is no stranger to the tech...

Nov 18, 2019