Briant “Bee-High” Biggs, cousin of famed hip-hop star Jay-Z, is alleged to have duped an investor in a video game platform for Roc Nation Entertainment.
Biggs was part of a team raising $1.5 million for the company’s subsidiary, Unanimous Games, according to the disgruntled investor, Blueprint Capital Holdings. Ryan Collision, the president of said company, says he believed in Biggs’ business plan to “bridge the gap” between eSports and the entertainment industry through live events and mobile video games.
It was expected that other entertainers signed to Roc Nation, such as Meek Mills, Jay Park, and Yo Gotti, were expected to participate.
In the Manhattan Federal Court lawsuit, Collison says he invested $250,000 in March 2018. Unanimous Games promised that it would at minimum repay that money plus interest by March 2021.
But that date came and went with no money exchanged between Unanimous Games and Blueprint Capital Holdings.