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Rapper Lil Jon will star in a home renovation exhibit on HGTV.
The exhibit — “Lil Jon Wants To Do What?” — will adhere to the Atlanta hip hop artist as he “offers skeptical property owners startlingly unconventional renovation tips that seem extremely hard to execute,” according to a release.
The clearly show is slated to air this summer months. Jon’s tips evidently contain gutting a basement to add a “fully decked-out speakeasy.”
“His undaunted workforce can take Lil Jon’s creative eyesight — to increase functions that home owners neglect or never regarded — and make it a truth,” adds HGTV.
Jon will be paired with co-star Anitra Mecadon of the Diy Network present, “Mega Dens.” Neighborhood stories said that the clearly show is taking pictures this month all-around Atlanta.
The “Act a Fool” rapper claimed in a statement: “I really like going for walks into someone’s household and turning it upside down. When people hear my title, they routinely think… fun! That exact energy goes for my patterns as nicely. I really do not adore following layout tendencies — I would alternatively be the trendsetter.”
The present is the most current mixing a rapper and renovations. The Do it yourself Network airs “The Vanilla Ice Undertaking,” which displays the just one-hit question making around-the-major qualities and flipping them.
Lil Jon reportedly life in Alpharetta, Ga, outside the house Atlanta. The Chicago Tribune noted of his household in 2006: “He enjoys the roomy kitchen area, with its granite countertops, cherry cabinets, fire, ‘big, huge stove and small grill on it,’ Sub-Zero refrigerator, Television set and eating bar.”
Back again in 2015, TMZ described that a variety of renovation corporations were being in a dispute with Jon around function completed on his house. But the rapper’s rep explained at the time that the matter was staying solved, and was a misunderstanding with the normal contractor who’d employed the distributors.
HGTV and Do it yourself are owned by Discovery, which is in the course of action of merging with WarnerMedia in a blockbuster offer as AT&T spins off it articles arm.