Jay-Z Files To Include Restaurant & Department Store To His Conglomerate!

Feb 01, 2018 |

Jay-Z is king and as king he builds legacies and empire that will surpass his name as a man who is business himself and as well a man, husband, father, rapper and mogul when it comes to business. Big time entrepreneur is set to expand his empire to occupy more businesses and you can tell, it is more money!

This time he is looking to include a restaurant and department store to his already booming businesses like his famous 40/40 Club, which he opened in 2003 with his partner Juan Perez.

TMZ reports that the multimillionaire and his partner Emory Jones are also looking to expand their Paper Planes brand to include department stores, an online shopping site, musical recordings, gym bags, tour books, jewelry, and a cosmetic line.

According to new legal filings, the Roc Nation boss is trying to trademark “Hovino” under his S. Carter Enterprises company. The trademark is for “restaurant and café services, carry-out restaurant services, pubs, cocktail lounges, wine bars, and more.”

Jay-Z  recently filed documents to trademark  Jaybo, the animated character from his “Story of O.J.” music video. The trademark covers T-shirts, sweaters, hats, blankets, dinnerware, mugs, cocktail shakers, and more.

 

 

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