Beyoncé is taking over the world, one beverage at a time. Last week's release of Lemonade topped out the Billboard 200 and gave Bey her sixth consecutive No. 1 album. Now, she's turning her attention to another juicy fruit. Bey announced on Tuesday that she's investing in a company called WTRMLN WTR that sells bottled, cold-pressed watermelon juice.
WTRMLN WTR helps both American farmers and the environment by partnering with farmers to use melons that would otherwise be thrown out, due to their unattractive appearance, to make juice. The so-called "ugly fruit" becomes a drink that, other than a few drops of lemon juice, is 100 percent pure watermelon juice.
Obviously, the company could not be happier about their newest investor:
We liquid love our newest investor! 🍉+🐝=❤️ https://t.co/GAlQSyvZXc— WTRMLN WTR (@WTRMLNWTR) May 3, 2016
This latest investment comes on the heels of her Ivy Park clothing line and a hit album, proving that Beyoncé is going to snatch all of our dollars this summer.
Bey is also underway on her Formation world tour and selling out arenas across the country. Check out a sneak peak at the first few moments of concert, below:
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