“[I’m in a] $100 million mood,” he wrote.
“Send me [your] address. I’ll send [you] a case and put [you] down. I’m telling [you] now this [is] the best water in America.”
Vior Water is the latest step in the Memphis native’s evolution as an artist and entrepreneur. Last year, his music career elevated to new heights with the success of latest album, A Gangsta’s Pain. Released in April, the project featured contributions from The Neptunes, Future and Lil’ Durk. Within a week, it earned the distinction of being Moneybagg Yo’s first album to debut atop the Billboard 200 Chart. Over time, it also became his first album to earn a platinum plaque.
Nearly a year removed from the release of A Gangsta’s Pain, Moneybagg Yo is looking to take things to a new level with this business venture. Following in the footsteps of Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, Juicy J and several other recording artists, he believes he can enter rooms with this business move.