Friday 7th October 2022

Lil Baby Teams Up w/ Atlanta Business Owner To Employ 100 People To Help Boost Economy & Provide Opportunities

Lil Baby Teams Up w/ Atlanta Business Owner To Employ 100 People To Help Boost Economy & Provide Opportunities


Atlanta rapper, Lil Baby, 27, has announced he is teaming up with prominent business owner Lemont Bradley to give out 100 jobs to people under the age of 21 throughout Atlanta.

According to reports, both the rapper and restaurant owner have been friends for several years and have been wanting to collaborate on a project that will impact the local Metro-Atlanta area in a positive way.

Entrepreneur, Lemont Bradley–who owns celebrity-famed car wash and eatery, Auto Spa Bistro along with its more environmentally-friendly counterpart, Eco Car Spa– just opened Clutch Restaurant last week. The newly opened restaurant is looking for bartenders, bar backs, waiters, line cooks, dishwashers and more. The popular car wash is also looking for car washers, car tinters and more for the car wash and eateries.

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Both Lil Baby (born Dominique Armani Jones) and Bradley had this to say about their new partnership:
“We are looking to give out 100 jobs to teenagers and young adults in the metro Atlanta area. With the crime rate surrounding scams, robbery, and even murder being so high, we are looking to provide a positive outlet and revenue stream to those who are looking for an income.”
Lil Baby and Lemont Bradley also plan to open a lawn care business this fall and are looking to continue their hiring initiative with the new establishment.
To apply for any open positions, please call or message the hiring company through Instagram: Here is the contact information for each hiring business:

As previously reported, fans will soon get the chance to get a more intimate look into Lil Baby’s life when his upcoming documentary, The Story of Lil Baby releases next month on Amazon Prime.

The upcoming documentary will explore the life of the Grammy-winning rapper and his rise to fame in the hip-hop community. It also feature interviews with influential heavy-hitters in hip-hop today as well as special individuals in Lil Baby’s life, including DrakeYoung Thug, and Quality Control’s CEO Pierre Thomas. 


“Untrapped: The Story of Lil Baby” premieres exclusively on Prime Video on August 26.

What are your thoughts on Lil Baby’s initiative to bring 100 jobs to the city of Atlanta? Let us know in the comments below!

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Authored by: Monique Nicole