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Eminem is known as being one of the greatest MC’s hip hop has ever seen. He also is looking to make big moves on the business side as well.
According to latest reports, he is investing in a start-up website for sneaker heads called StockX. Wale and actor Mark Wahlberg are other investors reportedly investing in the hypebeast website.
According to Fortune:
Sneaker stock market startup StockX—an e-commerce site that targets the global sneaker resell market—has raised $6 million in a new fundraising round that includes actor Mark Wahlberg and AOL chief Tim Armstrong. The company on Wednesday confirmed it closed on a round of funding that included some former investors, including rapper Eminem, and a handful of new investors including fashion designer Jon Buscemi, rapper Wale, Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden, and TV host/radio personality DJ Skee. The money raised will be used to help StockX expand into other product categories, including watches and handbags, and also continue to grow the company’s sneaker business. It claims the resell market for sneakers is worth $6 billion globally.
The website is a meant to be a place where people can bid in real time on kicks around the country. They also provide information on the resell of big manufactors like Nike, Jordan etc. that are sold on the website in the past day.
Eminem recently dropped a verse on Big Sean’s single “I Decided” where he addressed Donald Trump.