Snoop Dogg is reported to have left the coffee company INDOxyz months after its launch. The news has made everyone shocked as Dogg pulled out of the coffee brand without citing the reason for his decision. It was only this year when the rapper partnered with INDOxyz. But what made the partnership of both fall apart?
Read ahead to know more about rapper Snoop Dogg quits INDOxyz months after its launch.
Snoop Dogg’s partnership with coffee brand INDOxyz
INDOxyz, the premium coffee brand got into a partnership with Snoop Dogg in early 2023. The rapper had struck a deal with Micheal Riady, an Indonesian businessman. However, now as per the reports available online, the deal between INDOxyz and Dogg has fallen apart.
The rapper quit the coffee brand months after its launch of it. While everyone is curious to know the reason behind the same. Not to miss, Dogg had promised to bring a change in the coffee industry. But now the rapper has abruptly ended his deal with the premium coffee brand he was associated with.
More about Snoop Dogg’s fallen-apart deal with INDOxyz
As per the reports of Page Six, Dogg “quietly stepped away” from his deal with INDOxyz. As no one knows what’s the reason behind the rapper pulling out. In fact, the role of Snoop in the coffee brand wasn’t known either. It may have been due to INDOxyz not working well that the rapper decided to step away from his partnership with them.
A source close to the rapper informed “It took 16 days to do their investigation….Snoop and his team left the company, dropped all ownership and stake in the company…and they did not offer a reason”. The rapper has dropped ownership and stakes of the coffee brand.
Another legal battle involving rapper Snoop Dogg
It’s not just one deal of Snoop Dogg that’s stuck now. The rapper’s voice is amid a legal battle too. As per the documents obtained by HipHopDX, Qiana Martin had a lawsuit filed against Bottom Line Concepts recently.
In the lawsuit, it was alleged that Dogg’s voice or something sounding similar tried to persuade her into doing business with BLC. Martin though said she never gave permission to BLC for calling her. Alleging the company has violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by doing so.