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Weekend Business News Highlights February 10, 2024


Feb 10, 2024

Rappers Snoop Dogg and Master P have filed a lawsuit against Walmart and Post Consumer Brands, claiming that they had the idea to start their own cereal company called Broadus Foods in 2022. The lawsuit alleges that the music moguls, who are worth $160 million and $200 million respectively, wanted to create a legacy for their families and leave behind a bright future.

According to the performers, their real dream was to make cereal, despite already making their mark in the hip hop industry. They wanted Broadus Foods to be something they could pass down to their families and create a lasting legacy.

The lawsuit accuses Walmart and Post Consumer Brands of stealing the Broadus Foods idea and using it to create their own cereal products without the rappers’ permission. The performers are seeking damages and an injunction to stop the defendants from using their idea without compensation.

The lawsuit showcases the performers’ desire to leave a positive and lasting impact on their families and create a brighter future for them through the cereal business.

By Editor

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