Jeezy recently returned with what he claimed will be his last album, TM104: The Legend of the Snowman, and now he’s already looking into a new venture. According to Yahoo Sports’ Chris Haynes, the rapper is reportedly planning to launch a sports agency called “Sports 99.” No word on when Jeezy is expected to officially announce it, but sources have indicated that the agency will represent both NBA and NFL players.

In the lead-up to the release of TM104, Jeezy wasn’t shy about expressing his desire to branch out. He later backtracked on whether it would actually be his final ever project, but he did say that it would be his last release to come out through Def Jam. If the reports about Sports 99 are accurate, this will be his first business-venture following the possible end of his storied career in music.

Perhaps his move to launch the agency was inspired by JAY-Z’s Roc Nation Sports, which was founded in 2013. The music label side of Roc Nation also signed Jeezy in 2013, so his time there might have led him to follow in Hov’s footsteps. For now it sounds as though the 41-year-old Jeezy is settling into his post-rap career.
– Complex

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