Ray J Sells Scoot-E-Bike Company For Millions

Ray J’s Scoot-E-Bike company is going global and he’s walking away with big bucks that includes comas.

via TMZ:

Ray just sold off his Scoot-E-Bike biz to Canadian company LOOPShare for an amount in the high 7-figures. Ray will still play a big role in the venture, with a goal to provide users with scooters to get around town with ease.

The plan will include 3 types of scooters for users to pick from … a traditional sit-down model, a vespa style unit and stand alone scooter. We’re told the scooters will begin to pop up in cities across the United States and Canada … with plans to go global.

Not only will Ray play a pivotal role in the company’s strategy moving forward … he’ll also be in control of close to 19 million shares.

That’s Outta This WORLD….Like Huge!

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B2K Reunite For The Millennium Tour With Special Guests Mario, Pretty Ricky, Lloyd, etc

B2K has reunited and they’re going on tour.

The Millennium Tour , which will hit the U.S. in March of next year and mark the first time the group has performed together in more than a decade

Omarion, Raz B, Boog (formerly J-Boog) and Fizz (formerly Lil’ Fizz) have managed to put their problems aside (for now) to secure a bag and they’re bringing along some of yall faves.

Mario, Ying Yang Twins, Lloyd, Pretty Ricky and Chingy are all set to join them on this tour.

The tour is produced by G-Squared Events in association with Omarion Worldwide, Hall of Fame Entertainment, and Blvd. Music.

via Billboard:

From first breaking onto the charts in 2001, the guys earned four top 40 hits on the Billboard Hot 100, including their No. 1 single “Bump, Bump, Bump” with P. Diddy, and saw both of their studio albums enter the top 10 of the Billboard 200, with their self-titled debut also topping the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. After their 2004 disbanding around the time their cult-favorite film You Got Served was released, the members embarked on solo careers with Omarion going on to two No. 1 albums on the Billboard 200 and a healthy string of hits like 2006’s “Ice Box” and 2014’s “Post to Be.”

“We are excited to be a part of what will undeniably be a nostalgic and electrifying performance that will awaken cherished memories and create new, indelible ones for the next generation,” Michelle Le Fleur, COO at Omarion Worldwide tells Billboard. “While admiring their solo successes, the fans have consistently demanded a B2K reunion and, with the determination of an incredibly talented team, that dream is now a reality.”