Top 3 Trending Stories Of The Day With DJ A Rich 2/1/2018

 

  1. E-40 Releasing A Tequila Line

Bay Area rapper E-40 is set to release a line of tequila just in the for Cinco de Mayo called, E. Cuarenta Tequila, that’s E-40 in Spanish if you’re wondering.
This isn’t 40’s first dabble in adult beverage, he’s actually got a mini adult beverage empire. He’s released Earl Stevens Selections, a collection of three wines. Plus, Slurricane which is a rum cocktail mix from New Orleans.
“I’ve spent years and many trips to distillers in Mexico, working with master blenders to find the right product and taste profile.” 40 said about his tequila.
His line will feature three varieties- Blanco, Reposado, and Añejo.
If you could start a liquor company what would be your alcohol of choice? Do you have a name for your company?

2. Jay Z Files Trademarks For Restaurant And Department Store

Jay-Z isn’t allowing Grammy snubs to stop him from handling his business. He’s busy filing trademarks to open up restaurants and department stores.
According to legal filings, Hov is trying to trademark “Hovino.” This trademark would be for,  restaurant and cafe services, carry-out restaurant services, pubs, cocktails, wines, and more.
It’s also being reported that he and his partner are looking to broaden their Paper Planes brand and include department stores, online shopping, jewelry, cosmetics, music recordings, and more.
He’s already filed a trademark for his character “Jaybo” from the “Story of OJ” music video for t-shirts, blankets, mugs, and more.
Which would you rather own, a department store or a restaurant?

3. Art imitating life? Check out the new edition of ‘Monopoly’

The makers of the board game Monopoly want you to break the rules. They want you to cheat so badly that they have come out with Monopoly: The Cheaters Edition.
The new edition of the game will reportedly ask players to cheat through a new feature called cheat cards.
The cards will give players a series of tasks throughout the game—such as skipping spaces, avoiding rent payments and even committing bank robbery—rewarding those who succeed with extra money and free properties.
Is this game going to set a poor example for the youth of today? Do you enjoy playing the different versions of Monopoly that exist?

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