filed a lawsuit against writer Erika Kane over her recent book Captain Save A Hoe which boasts the same title to his 1993 hit. According to the legal documents the “Choices (Yup)” rapper claims he owns the rights to the term Captain Save A Hoe and the character that was born out of the song.
The Bay Area MC has already established his wine company. 40, born Earl Stevens, owns Earl Stevens Selections, his company that distributes three wines: “Mangoscato,” a 2011 Moscato and a 2011 Red Legend.
Now E-40 is branching into the malt liquor business and starting his own malt liquor company, Interactions and Transactions. His beer will be called the “E40.”
The 40-ounce beer is honey flavored and is 10 percent alcohol. There is also a written tribute to his hometown of Vallejo, CA on the bottle.
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