2 Chainz Partners With Smoothie King Ahead Of Atlanta Hawks Launch

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2 Chainz Partners With Smoothie King Ahead Of Atlanta Hawks Launch
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2 Chainz has joined forces with one of his favorite retailers just in time for a major professional basketball event down South.

On Tuesday (June 25), Smoothie King revealed that the “I’m Different” hitmaker has teamed up with another franchisee to open a new kiosk at the State Farm Arena in Georgia. The ordering device is set to make its debut on June 26, which is also when the venue will host the 2024 NBA Draft Party for the Atlanta Hawks.

“As we continue to expand, we’re thrilled to welcome 2 Chainz to our franchisee family—not to mention in collaboration with one of our great partners in the Atlanta Hawks,” Smoothie King CEO Wan Kim said about the new partnership.

“2 Chainz’s passion for health and wellness aligns perfectly with our mission to inspire a healthy and active lifestyle; that coupled with his entrepreneurial spirit, embodies the essence of our brand and makes this a perfect match.”

The 46-year-old rapper added: “I visit Smoothie King at least twice a week, so this partnership has been a long time coming. Opening a Smoothie King in State Farm Arena felt like the right move for me. Throughout my health journey,

“I’ve been mindful of my choices, and when I go to games and events it’s no different – I’m always looking for nutritious options and Smoothie King is in a class of its own when it comes to delicious smoothies with no added sugar. I’m proud to join the brand.”

2 Chainz Gives Kendrick Lamar & Jadakiss A Run For Their Money With Impressive Pull-Ups

2 Chainz is known for making major business moves, and his son isn’t too far behind him.

In April, the Based on a T.R.U. Story MC took to Instagram and shared a hilarious clip of Halo showing off a handful of $20 bills he made from selling acorns at school.

“We was at school,” the 8-year-old explained. “It was like last month, and me and Charles had split up a little thing where acorns were $20 a piece and so I made like $60. It was really supposed to be $100 because me and Charles split it… Charles didn’t really get no money though.” The video clip then shows Halo counting his bills atop a table, only to realize he actually earned $80.

In the caption, his father wrote: “I forgot this dam boy was trafficking acorns at school a few months ago.”

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Written by: Soft FM Radio Staff

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