Soulja Boy’s Company ‘The Soap Shop’ Triples Profits Amid Coronavirus Pandemic


The hygiene company, The Soap Shop, has reportedly gone from selling 100 bottles of cleaning supplies per month to over 3,000 following the continuous spread of the virus. Soulja Boy’s investment in the hygiene company has paid off with a 30 percent increase in sales. According to TMZ, Soulja Boy invested in the business location in Mississippi in 2019 with his manager, CEO Miami Mike. The outbreak has urged customers to desperately stock up on soap, cleaning and disinfectant products.

In a recent interview with The Breakfast Club, the rapper explained how he invested in The Soap Shop to mix things up. “It’s just different businesses … once you get into the music industry, you know, branch out, do different stuff like try different things. Try different business ventures,” he shared with them earlier this week. “Everybody needs soap.”

The company also gives back to the community by benefiting kids through his charity Bubbles for Cash.