Rap mogul and ex-NBA star in talks to amass Reebok


Percy “Master P” Miller and former NBA All-Star Baron Davis are in talks to acquire an athletic-wear company  Reebok.

Percy “Grasp P” Miller (proper) and former NBA All-Star Baron Davis (left) are in talks to amass the athletic-wear firm Reebok.

Entrepreneur turned hip-hop mogul Percy “Grasp P” Miller and former NBA All-Star Baron Davis are in talks to amass an athletic-wear firm that has lengthy profited off of Black entertainers and athletes popularizing the model. That firm, Reebok, which is owned Adidas, is valued at round $2.four billion. Miller advised ESPN he and Davis are “ready financially” after months of negotiations with the enterprise. “These corporations have been benefiting off us. This might be historical past for this firm going Black-owned,” Miller advised ESPN.

Traders have been urging Adidas to unload Reebok, which has struggled to remain related even amid the resurgence in reputation of manufacturers like Adidas, Forbes reported. “I believe Reebok is being undervalued,” Davis advised Forbes. “I left Nike as a 22 12 months previous child representing myself and made the leap to Reebok, which took an opportunity on me as a artistic and as an athlete. I need the individuals I do know athletes, influencers, designers, celebs to sit down on the desk with me.”





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