Billionaire Michael Jordan’s $20 Million Venture’s Identical Logo to Puma Gets Defended by Dwyane Wade: “I’m Not Even Getting Paid

Billionaire Michael Jordan’s $20 Million Venture’s Identical Logo to Puma Gets Defended by Dwyane Wade: “I’m Not Even Getting Paid”

Is Michael Jordan‘s The Grove logo inspired by Puma? That would be shocking, considering his business deals with Nike. But no, that’s not the case. In fact, Dwyane Wade came forward to speak about the difference between MJ’s Black Cat and Puma.

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As co-host Bob, who was wearing MJ’s exclusive Black Cat merch, pointed out how people confuse Puma and the Black Cat, Wade said, “See the about the thing about Puma versus The Grove the black cat logo is Puma is raised, black cat is sneaky down. So look at the logo, look at the black cat. The Puma is raised up. That’s the difference between Puma and the black cat.”

Further on ‘The Wine Down’ podcast, Wade said, “And I’m not even getting paid. Letting y’all know.” The discernible Black Cat logo is only acquired by a select few who get to swing the golf clubs at The Grove XXIII in Florida. The Miami Heat legend is well aware of MJ’s mark on the Florida landscape where he’s a resident too.

While the $3 billion-worth MJ has closely worked with Nike, the shoe company has the unforgettable Jumpman. And Jordan’s $20 million golf paradise, ‘The Grove XXIII’ screams His Airness through the Black Cat.

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