60SecondBuzz: Beyonce Cashes In On Uber–Fox TV Show Updates–And Nike Features Michigan
Beyonce Reportedly Banks $300 Million From Uber!
Beyonce is showing she is not only the queen of music, but also investments…
Beyonce will reportedly get $300 million as an early investor in Uber.
The mother of three performed at a private party for Uber…
Instead of getting her estimated $6 million performance fee, she was given a small percentage of the company.
Her husband, Jay-Z has also invested in the ride sharing company.
What investments have YOU made this year?
Fox TV Show Updates
Fox recently renewed “Empire” for a sixth season and they’re saying it’ll be the LAST one.
The show does not plan to bring back Jussie Smollett.
The other shows Fox is bringing back include “9-1-1,” “Bob’s Burgers,” “Family Guy,” “Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back,” “Hell’s Kitchen,” “Last Man Standing,” “MasterChef Junior,” “The Orville,” “Paradise Hotel,” “The Resident,” “The Simpsons” and “The Masked Singer.”
The shows Fox canceled include “The Cool Kids,” “The Gifted,” “Gotham,” “Lethal Weapon,” “Love Connection,” “The Passage,” “Proven Innocent,” “Rel” and “Star.”
“The Four: Battle for Stardom” and “Mental Samurai” are in limbo.
The fates of Fox’s summer shows like “So You Think You Can Dance” and “MasterChef” won’t be decided until after their upcoming seasons air.
Did YOUR favorite Fox show make the cut?
Nike’s Women’s World Cup Ad Features Hamtramck High School
Hamtramck High School was used as a backdrop for a new Nike ad, called “Dream With Us,” promoting diversity and female empowerment through sports.
Nike used Hamtramck High’s hallways and the old locker room in a portion of the ad.
“It was so exciting to see my school, Hamtramck High School, in a video, especially Nike! To have them in that, it was just wow,” Amra Lekic, a senior student athlete at the school, said.
The ad also features members of the U.S. Women’s National Team and showcases their influence on young athletes.
What are YOUR thoughts of the ad?
Amazon Will Pay $10,000 To Help Employees Start Delivery Businesses
In June 2018, Amazon announced US employees could apply to start their own small businesses…
Delivering Prime packages in Amazon-branded vans and uniforms.
The company acknowledged Monday many of its workers couldn’t afford the start-up money they needed to get the businesses off the ground.