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When Rafi finds out that J DIva might be swirling with his potential partner! Kountry Wayne

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  • Introduction to Video Content
  • In this video, Rafi discovers that J DIva may be involved with his potential partner, Kountry Wayn. Mike interrupts their conversation, but Rafi insists on discussing an important matter. Rafi explains that they are seeking an investment opportunity but are facing difficulties. Despite his efforts, the necessary funding has not come through as expected. Rafi reveals that he reached out to various contacts, including a couple recommended by Wayn, but encountered obstacles along the way. Rafi acknowledges that Mike had warned him about these challenges. Rafi then introduces the idea of pitching something to Kenny, who is known for his success in business. He mentions a tech genius named Tariq Wizards, who has created a groundbreaking innovation that could potentially lead to long-lasting financial prosperity. Rafi emphasizes the involvement of influential personalities in the project, indicating the potential for significant returns.
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  • Mike, mind your business.
  • I'm trying to do better.
  • Right, look.
  • It looks like more than just a...
  • It looks like a meat ingredient or something, man.
  • What do you know?
  • It's a meat ingredient, all right.
  • Who?
  • The girl trying to get some of that banana stick.
  • Right.
  • Hey, hey, hey.
  • What's up, boy?
  • What's up, what's up, what's up, what's up?
  • Rob, what's up, big brother?
  • I'm chilling, man.
  • How you doing, man?
  • I'm alive, I'm breathing.
  • You feeling good?
  • I'm feeling good.
  • What up, dog?
  • I'm chilling, man.
  • I'm just...
  • I came to talk to y'all, like, on some, you know, little bro, big bro stuff, like...
  • So, you know, we're trying to get this investment, right?
  • I don't know if you know, but we're trying to get this investment.
  • And it's not going the way I thought it was.
  • Right, I knew it was going to be a big amount of money that we needed, but...
  • I pulled as many strings as I could.
  • The family, the, you know, husband and wife that you put me on to, the investors, I hit them up.
  • They was with it.
  • They was with it.
  • We were so close.
  • And then the BS started, bro.
  • Which you did warn me about, of course.
  • So now I'm like, all right.
  • I was trying to warn you about a lot of stuff.
  • Go ahead.
  • Um, hey, bro, you know that?
  • Kenny.
  • I kind of want to...
  • Did you tell him about it?
  • No, go and tell him.
  • Tell him what?
  • So, I kind of want to pitch you something.
  • You know, you're successful in business, right?
  • You know, you know what you, you know what I'm saying?
  • No, I'm fine.
  • So, all right.
  • So, I came across this opportunity with this tech genius.
  • What's his name?
  • Tell Ken to give you his name.
  • You got to tell him about it.
  • This is a kid named Tariq Wizards, right?
  • And he has created something innovative that could really create generational wealth, right?
  • And he has big hitters.
  • Like, he got people donating money, but I wrote them a romance letter.
  • And he's allowed me the opportunity to jump in for only 500K.
  • Jump in?
  • You're trying to jump in?
  • You know what I'm saying?
  • So, like, I'm like, maybe I can intertwine my dog in the situation, you know?
  • I think you're already intertwined, man.
  • Yeah, intertwined.
  • Yeah.
  • Um.
  • Uh, what's up?
  • I mean, it's Rocky, y'all.
  • Nah, I'm gonna need to see him out of my business.
  • Hey, hey, hey.
  • Come on, what's up?
  • Nah, I'm gonna need to see him out of my business.
  • You want to tell him?
  • I don't, I don't want to tell him, but...
  • Nah, it's cool.
  • You're out there now.
  • Hold on, man.
  • Y'all, y'all trying to surprise me or something?
  • Nah, man, it's just a surprise.
  • What's up?
  • I, um, I actually went over to J.D.'s store to, you know, come chop it up with him.
  • Talk about you, actually, on your behalf and what's going on.
  • But, uh.
  • I appreciate you, man.
  • We had a little surprise walk-in.
  • Yeah, that was today.
  • Yeah.
  • Yeah, when you was in your meeting, it was a meet-and-greet going on.
  • But I can't say nothing because I'm...
  • Hold on, hold on, hold on, hold on.
  • I can't tell you, I can't tell you.
  • Tyreke Willis came in and it looked like they had more than just a customer relationship.
  • Like, what you mean it looked like?
  • Like, what, what, what, what, what, what was hurting you?
  • Well, I'm gonna say this.
  • I'm not gonna say too much because, uh, I was helping Dominique move.
  • And she told me to mind my business, which I'm doing.
  • I ain't gonna tell you what we saw.
  • Because me and Dominique wasn't there.
  • He was in there, too.
  • She was getting a job.
  • You wasn't doing no shopping.
  • I was shopping.
  • Oh, yeah.
  • He wasn't getting no clothes.
  • Right.
  • I don't think that's too funny.
  • To be honest with you.
  • No, I was, I was, I was laughing.
  • I was laughing with you.
  • Okay.
  • Right.
  • But, uh...
  • Okay.
  • You all right?
  • I'm good.
  • Where you going?
  • I ain't never tripping.
  • Ha, ha.
  • Tip-toes down.
  • What am I calling you?
  • Tip-toes, okay.
  • We can tip-toe here.
  • Yeah.
  • Oh, he's definitely gonna be hurting on this one.
  • Dre!
  • I...
  • I didn't tell you this, bro.
  • Kendrick told you this.