Jay Z Continues His World Domination

Jay Z Continues His World Domination

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Is Jay Z’s Opening New Clothing Boutiques & Restaurants? According to talk on the streets Jay Z has some new business ventures in the works.

Jay Z is continuing his world domination mission! Hov is trying to expand his aviation enterprise. Read on…

Jay Z Continues His World Domination

CelebNMusic247.com has learned that Jay Z is expanding his business ventures with a new clothing brand, Paper Planes, in several different sales-type vehicles and restaurants.

All Jay Z companies will run under the his S. Carter Enterprises.

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TMZ reports;

Jay Z has is expanding his S. Carter Enterprises. Hov just filed legal docs to secure the rights to their clothing brand, Paper Planes, in several different sales-type vehicles.

The “Empire State of Mind” rapper just filed for a trademark to expand the plane logo created by Jay’s business partner, Emory Jones. He wants to expand the brand into more of a retail environment and beyond … like department stores, an online shopping site and even into musical recordings.

The Brand, will presumably be hawk gear like athletic gym bags, tour books, jewelry as well as a cosmetic line … all featuring the Paper Plane image.

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While E! confirms, the rapper has also taken steps to secure the rights to “Hovino” under his S. Carter Enterprises company. Yes, Jay is trying to go into the restaurant business as well.

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