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Rapper Lil Jon will star in a house renovation exhibit on HGTV.
The exhibit — “Lil Jon Desires To Do What?” — will observe the Atlanta hip hop artist as he “offers skeptical householders startlingly unconventional renovation suggestions that look unattainable to execute,” according to a launch.
The exhibit is slated to air this summertime. Jon’s strategies evidently include gutting a basement to include a “fully decked-out speakeasy.”
“His undaunted staff can take Lil Jon’s innovative vision — to increase options that house owners neglect or under no circumstances considered — and make it a reality,” adds HGTV.
Jon will be paired with co-star Anitra Mecadon of the Diy Network show, “Mega Dens.” Community studies claimed that the display is taking pictures this month all around Atlanta.
The “Act a Fool” rapper claimed in a statement: “I really like walking into someone’s household and turning it upside down. When people hear my title, they automatically think… fun! That very same energy goes for my layouts as nicely. I really do not love following design developments — I would rather be the trendsetter.”
The display is the latest mixing a rapper and renovations. The Diy Network airs “The Vanilla Ice Job,” which reveals the one particular-hit speculate building in excess of-the-leading properties and flipping them.
Lil Jon reportedly life in Alpharetta, Georgia, outside Atlanta. The Chicago Tribune documented of his house in 2006: “He loves the roomy kitchen area, with its granite counter tops, cherry cabinets, hearth, ‘big, large stove and minimal grill on it,’ Sub-Zero refrigerator, Tv and dining bar.”
Again in 2015, TMZ described that different renovation businesses ended up in a dispute with Jon in excess of perform accomplished on his home. But the rapper’s rep reported at the time that the subject was staying resolved, and was a misunderstanding with the common contractor who’d employed the sellers.
HGTV and Do it yourself are owned by Discovery, which is in the system of merging with WarnerMedia in a blockbuster deal as AT&T spins off it written content arm.