The more the coronavirus scare goes up, the stock market seems to be dropping. However, Soulja Boy is making a squeaky clean gamble with his new business venture.
The ‘Crank Dat’ rapper invested in a company called The Soap Shop, where they sell all sorts of soap products. He even opened up a franchise location in Mississippi last year with his manager, CEO Miami Mike.
Sources say Soulja is trying to diverse business wise and heard it may be a good idea to invest on the op. What he had no idea was on the good timing.
Thanks ti the COVID-19 pandemic people are looking frantically for soaps, disinfectant products and anything that’ll get rid of germs. This brings in huge bank for Soulja and co.
According to sources, TSS is a corporation that has gone from selling 100 bottles of cleaning products per month to selling over 3,000-plus cleaning products in the last 2 months! That’s a whooping 30 percent increase, and word is it’s a record-setting production.
Soulja and Mike’s Soap Shop location in South Haven, MS is raking in the same results. Sources claim thier profits tripled without much effort.
One thing to know the soap is it actually benefits the youth. Soulja linked his Soap Shop location to a charity, Bubbles for Cash.
So if the kids sell his soap products through fundraising, most of that money goes right back into the community for programs funding and services for these youths.
A win-win for everyone!!!
Check out SB’s sit down interview with The Breakfast Club where he talks about his new business venture and more:
One thing about Soulja, he always knows how to make da coins!
What’s your 2 cents?!