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KMER 80: McCoy reviews perfect job for taco lovers; Brown estate in the news; Juicy J's big profits

By ONME Newswire

In this episode of KMER 80, producer host Ken McCoy reviews Juicy J's wise investment to use his moissanite diamond watch to instead invest in solar power firm named Heliogen, which reportedly received a $2 billion valuation.

McCormick is looking for a part-time “taco lover,” and the pay is . . . $100,000.

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James Brown’s children and the estate’s administrator, Russell L. Bauknight, announced that a settlement was reached last Friday after two months of “lengthy discussions.” The settlement will resolve outstanding lawsuits centered on the estate and will allow the process of fulfilling “Mr. Brown’s noble estate plan to fund scholarships.”

Bauknight has previously estimated that Brown’s estate is worth $4.7 million. There have been other estimates that it could be as much as $100 million, according to Vanity Fair, not including his hundreds of songwriting copyrights, which are not a part of the estate.

Movie trailers featured this episode: Jungle Cruise, Sing 2 and Snake Eyes.


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