Lil Baby was co-investor in YouTuber Austin McBroom’s failed boxing event: report


Lil Baby was reportedly an investor in the failed boxing event “Social Gloves”.

Lil Baby was allegedly an investor in the failed boxing event “Social Gloves”, according to a lawsuit by TikTokers Tayler Holder and Nate Wyatt against organizer Austin McBroom. McBroom, who is best known for the ACE Family YouTube vlogging channel, pledged investors hundreds of millions in earnings for his event on June 12. In fact, “Social Gloves: Battle of the Platforms” only sold 136,000 pay-per-view tickets for packages ranging from $ 49.99 to $ 89.99.

The lawsuit reveals that Baby and Brooklyn Nets star James Harden combined to invest $ 2 million in the lackluster pay-per-view. Investor documents claimed the event would bring in between $ 200 million and $ 500 million.

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Page Six reports that Harden claims he owes him around $ 2.4 million.

The pay-per-view featured fights between six YouTubers, including McBroom, and six TikTokers. They compared the expectations to the Logan Paul vs. Floyd Mayweather fight.

After the disappointing performance, the legal representatives of Simply Greatness Productions sent a letter to the creditors: “In light of the apparent underperformance of the event, our firm was selected to represent SGP in either a settlement. claims from all of its creditors or if a workout is not feasible, bankruptcy likely. “



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