Soulja Boy has rebranded himself as a young Black entrepreneur and he’s currently cashing in on one of his investments amid the Coronavirus outbreak.
Last year the rapper visited the Mississippi soap franchise, The Soap Shop, with his manager, CEO Miami Mike, and he invested in the company with an attempt to diversify it.
With the Coronavirus pandemic currently happening people are looking for soaps, disinfectant products, or anything that kills germs and viruses. So this is good news for Soulja Boy and company, who is seeing a 30% increase in sales in the last two months.
The corporation went from selling 100 bottles a month to over 3,000 in recent days. Aside from cashing in on the profit, SB’s investment also benefits the youth.
Big Draco’s specific Mississippi location will donate a portion of its proceeds to a charity called Bubbles for Cash. In a nutshell, kids sell the products via fundraising and in return, the money is used to fund programs and services in the community.