Christian LantryAs COVID-19 continues to spread, Soulja Boy‘s soap business profits have reportedly tripled.
The Soap Shop went from selling 100 bottles of soaps and cleaning products a month now selling over 3,000, amid the coronavirus outbreak, according to TMZ. Soulja, 29, partnered with his manager, Miami Mike, to open a franchise of the shop, which sells hand soaps, dish detergent and other cleaning products, in Mississippi in 2014. His soap venture is partnered with his non profit Bubbles for Cash to benefit the youth.
The “Crank Dat” rapper turned entrepreneur is no stranger to big money and big business deals. For the last few years, he’s been selling various products online. announcing video game consoles and Apple alternative products.
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