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LeBron James Congrats Jay-Z For Selling 50 Percent Ownership Of His Brand To Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton: “Keep Showing The Way!”

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One of the world’s most recognizable basketball players, LeBron James is keeping on showing his support for his fellows at the different sectors; on February 22, James fired his social media accounts to congratulate Jay-Z for his champagne deal with LVMH.

As known, on February 22, through the official Instagram page for Jay-Z’s champagne brand, Armand de Brignac, it was announced that the rapper sold 50% ownership of the brand also known as the “Ace of Spades” to Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton. The announcement continued as follows:

“The partnership reflects a shared vision between Moët Hennessy and Shawn JAY-Z Carter for the future of this iconic Maison.”

Shortly after the exciting news was released, apart from a great number of celebs, James also jumped into his social media accounts to celebrate the partnership. The basketball legend posted a couple of photos of the rapper taken for the promotion of the brand and congratulated his fellow with the following words:

Keep showing the way! You took the risk, now you are literally cashing in on the reward!!! YESSIR! Another Win for the Good Guys.

James, who garnered media attention with the endless tributes to the late basketball star Kobe Bryant, then referred that Jay-Z’s this achievement means so much for people of color. In his own words:

“Use to drink Cristal them fu**as racist/Move to them GOLD bottles on to the Spades shit! ♠️♠️♠️♠️♠️♠️♠️♠️ 🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆 photos taking by the great @ravieb #BlackExcellence✊🏾🖤”

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