Lil Baby invests in crypto start-up and no carbs bread with Tom Brady

Lil Baby’s one of the hottest rappers in the game at the moment.

But the Atlanta rapper’s been making some shrewd business moves away from rap to make sure he’ll still be raking it when he decides to retire.

While shopping at jewellery store Ice Box recently, Baby revealed that he’s made some serious investments that would make rap’s self-proclaimed ‘Cryptocurrency’s Scarface’ Nas proud.

Cryptocurrency and NFT’s are of the latest crazes to take the world by storm in recent times and Baby isn’t planning on getting left behind.

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So the platinum-selling artist’s decided to invest in crypto company Moonpay – which allows users to trade the digital currency on their credit cards – just as they would with normal transactions.

And Baby seems to have made a good move as the company that was founded in 2018 is already said to be worth £2.5 Billion.

The Quality Control rapper also cashed out on a Bored Ape NFT – said to be worth a staggering £110,000.

But Baby’s not the only artist venturing into the Bored Ape space, rap icon Eminem just allegedly spent £334,000 on his own one.

The health business is another booming industry, and Baby also revealed that he’s put some cash into Hero Bread, a sandwich brand that claims its products have no carbs.

They’ve got off to a good start with American Football icon Tom Brady endorsing the company alongside Baby.

Last November, Brady announced via his social media that Hero Bread was launching in Subway, and Baby claims that soon all Nestle’s products like Hot Pockets and DiGiorno’s pizza will be made with Hero’s healthy no carb alternative.

The 27-year-old said: “They got a deal with DiGiorno already, so all Nestle products like Hot Pockets and everything is gonna be made with the Hero Bread.”

The name of the bread may have attracted Baby to make the investment as he goes by the alias ‘Hero’ – a title that was given to him by his peer and collaborator Lil Durk, whom he released a platinum-selling mixtape ‘Voice of the Heroes’ with last year.

Young Adz joins Youtuber Logan Paul as the latest celebrity to cash out on NFT craze

YOUNG ADZ is the latest celebrity to jump into the pool of trading Non-Fungible Tokens.

The rapper let it be known on Twitter than he had cashed out on a few NFT’s yesterday.

But he ain’t looking to be a collector of the one-of-a-kind trading card’s, the Lewisham native’s looking to make some serious money off of them.

After sharing his purchase with his followers, Adz asked where he can sell them for some Ethereum, which is the blockchain that supports NFT transactions.

Adz tweeted: “Cool I just bought my first NFTs how do I sell them for 100 eth each?”

And the D-Block Europe member ain’t the only one who’s splurged on the digital assets recently.

Earlier this month, YouTuber Logan Paul also claimed he spent a Million dollars (£727,985.00) on NFT’s in just one week.

But although it seems like this is the first time Young Adz has brought NFT’s to sell personally, he’s no stranger to the game.

In February, he and crew member Dirtbike LB dropped their first ever NFT’s which consisted of four collectibles, and each piece went on sale for 1 ETH.

Adz’s has been delving deeper into the cryptocurrency world as of late, the rapper recently shared on new song Lake 29 that he had Half a Million invested in crypto platform Binance.

Young Adz still has £500,000 in Binance despite the Crypto platforms recent UK ban

YOUNG ADZ still has faith in cryptocurrency market Binance despite their ban from operating in the UK a few months ago.

The D-Block Europe rapper let it be known that he still has a mean half a milly stashed on the world’s largest crypto exchange in new song ‘Lake 29′ .

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Adz also made it clear that all his whips are paid for while vibing alongside his homie Dirtbike LB.

The southside spitter rapped: “Big cars with no finance, half a million in Binance,” on the track which has just under a million views at present.

It was widely reported by several media outlets in June that the Financial Conduct Authority, (the governing body who all financial companies have to report to) told Binance they had to pack up and leave the UK.

In a statement the FCA said: “Binance Markets Limited, the U.K. division of Binance, is not permitted to undertake any regulated activity in the U.K.”

And to make matters worse for the exchange, HSBC and Barclays also revealed a few days ago that they were stopping customers from making payments to Binance, leaving them needing a miracle to get back and running in Britain.