Lil Baby is among the artists making their cash stretch past the rap video game. He stated his latest financial investment– in bread– while trying out brand-new precious jewelry in a video clip on the Icebox YouTube network.
He talked about some of his new money moves in an interview, most notably an investment in a new food product called “Hero Bread.”
What’s Hero Bread? According to the website, Hero Bread is an innovative form of a sandwich roll that looks, smells, and tastes just like traditional bread but has none of the negative parts. It contains zero grams of sugar, one gram of net carbs, 100 calories, 12 grams of protein, and 26 grams of fiber.
The new product is backed by football superstar Tom Brady and will be sold in some Subway locations. Other big-name investors include Kevin Durant and The Weekend.
Lil Baby is additionally making relocations globally and for an excellent reason. Jackboy begged Lil Baby just recently regarding his plans to construct a health center in his home nation of Haiti. Lil Baby reacted that he was completely aboard with the project, discussing social media with “I’m In.”
Rap stars today are pressing their presents– and ambitions– to the following level. With Migos rap artist Offset gifting Cardi B a 1.5 million manor in the Dominican Republic to Ari Fletcher’s gifting land to Moneybagg Yo, hip-hop musicians are accepting the power of land possession and financial investments.