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BROTHERS WITH NO GAME


BIG NAMES, BIG BRANDS


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Nicki Minaj ‘Pink Friday’ MAC lipstick Gotta give the masses what they want; besides, we actually like this product. The public clearly liked it too, because when the Bubblegum pink lipstick went on sale, it sold like hot cakes and became an instant bestseller. It initially went on sale for around a tenner, but it can now be found on eBay for around £50! Even if you don’t like the colour, it’s a good investment.


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JME’s Boy Better Know (BBK) Mobile Network JME launched his mobile network, which, according to the website, offers the fastest 3G network, the cheapest data bundle and the widest coverage in the UK. You can also call other networks for 15p a minute as opposed to the average 40p a minute. Could this be the product on the list that is genuine value for money? Props to the BBK team for this great idea.


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Beyoncé’s House of Dereon Launched by the Queen B and her mother Tina Knowles – who has been designing Beyoncé and Destiny’s


Child’s clothes for years – this celebrity line has made a monumentous impact in the fashion world. Buyers have been clambering over the new collection in Selfridges, and for a dress designed by Beyoncé for under £100... but it’s not surprising.


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George Foreman Grills This is actually one of the best celebrity products of all time, a real winner. Talking of which, George was once a heavyweight champ, turned gold medallist, turned minister, turned businessman – but this guy isn’t a business man; he is a business, maaan! This wonderful grill allows you to cook your favourite meats in a healthy, fat reducing way. Gap in the market? Bingo.


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Beats By Dr Dre We think these headphones are pretty good, despite the hefty price tag. However, they don’t need to justify anything to us. They don’t even need to be on this list. These bad boys sell themselves, available in different styles, from the Pro used in professional studios to the wireless Total Freedom, and colours to suit you. Literally every other person we see on the street is wearing them. SNM.


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Jay Z’s Rocawear We didn’t intend to put many clothing lines on this list, but this one deserves its spot. Created in 1999 by Damon Dash and Mr


Shawn Carter, it has flourished into a staple brand and is still growing. Jay-Z confirmed last year that it had partnered with Pharrell Williams’ Billionaire Boys Club line. Rocawear is available at a high street price, but of a high standard that lasts for years. Cool, classic, quality.


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Words: Maz Khan


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