9 Celebrities Who Have Their Own Liquor Brands — From George Clooney to Nicki Minaj
In order to properly celebrate National Tequila Day, everyone has my express written consent to take Rihanna's advice. For the love of god, please don't everyone move at once to dust off those spiffy see-through ensembles. Instead, please do apply the infamous words of Riri and "pour it up, pour it up," responsibly of course.
Obviously there's no shortage on liquor, specifically with all these celebrities venturing into the liquor business. George Cooney's in the tequila business, but he's the not the only celeb in the bottle-poppin' industry.
Check out these 9 celebs who have their own liquor brands.
It’s fitting that a trip to Mexico inspired Timberlake’s 901 Tequila.
Diddy is extremely passionate about his Ciroc. If you’re sipping on anything else, you don’t want to know what happens if he finds out.
In 2012, Fergie decided to add some of her own “Boom Boom Pow” to the liquor industry by becoming a partner and owner of Voli Light Vodka.
Considering he says so himself, Jay Z is definitely more of a cognac man. In 2012, Jay announced his deal with D’USSÉ, after having worked with champagne brand Ace of Spades.
What doesn’t Pharrell do? Who knows, but the endorsement deal he tried execute on behalf of Qream Liquor resulted in a $5 million lawsuit.
Barrymore combined her love for family and her experiences traveling Italy to create Barrymore Wines.
After Frankel’s uber successful line of Skinnygirl drinks launched, the other Housewives took a page from her book and rushed to sign their own wine deals.