Jadakiss has taken aim at NoMad in Las Vegas after getting escorted from the hotel’s casino by security.
In a video filmed on Friday (December 2), the LOX rapper revealed that he had been gambling at the NoMad since Wednesday, ahead of the final show in Usher’s Vegas residency on Saturday (December 2).
“Don’t ever gamble at The Nomad, ever again,” began Kiss. “I don’t know what happened. I’ve been gambling here since Wednesday. I’m a tax-paying citizen. I’ve been losing my shirt, socks, everything. They come to me at the end of the night talking ’bout ‘I need your…’,” while motioning with his hands.
He continued, “I didn’t lose that much. I didn’t win nothing.” While it’s unclear what security asked of Jadakiss, he concluded the rant by asking viewers, “Is this racial profiling? I’m out of here. I’m never coming back. Half a million. F-ck The Nomad.”
— HipHopDX (@HipHopDX) December 3, 2023
The news comes on the heels of the Kiss announcing a new business venture. On Friday (December 1), he took to Instagram where he announced the launch of a new production company, Spot Filled.
“If you need writers… writers’ strike is d-mn near over. It’s over. That mean we back active,” he says on camera. “If you need scripts, you need production, anything you need hit up my partner Larry Legend and we gone get it poppin. Spot Filled is the company. Get ready for the takeover.”
In a recent interview with the 85 South Show, the Yonkers MC explained how Hip Hop served up some real gems when it came to venturing into businesses outside of the music industry.
“You know, rap is a stepping stone,” he began. “Of course when you’re young, you’re gonna blow some money, have some fun and do some reckless things. But if you’re able to have a career and be in it for a minute, you want to start graduating and doing some things, owning some stuff. We got six juice bars. Styles and his wife got the Farmacy For Life. You know, the supplements is doing well and then I got the Kiss Cafe coffee with my son and my dad.”
He continued: “You know, the Hip Hop industry can teach you a lot if you just keep your head up, eyes and ears open about ownership. You go through so much stuff with clearances and things like that with the label that you should get to a point in your life where you want to own everything that your name is on or that you invest in. You want to try to be the sole owner or own a big percentage.”