DJ Envy’s Wife Gifts Him With An Investment In Black-Owned Water Brand

DJ Envy’s Wife Gifts Him With An Investment In Black-Owned Water Brand

Generational wealth is a core component in the Black community’s fight to close the racial wealth gap.
This week, wife of celebrity radio personality, Rashaun Casey, better known as “DJ Envy,” Gia Casey, gifted her husband with a stake in a new, thriving black-owned water brand.

The co-host of The Breakfast Club morning show is now an investor in Positivity Alkaline Water, a water brand founded by Atlanta-based business attorney David M. Walker. Casey says after years of adorning each other with material possessions, she felt that this gift would be more valuable as they stress the importance of investing within the community.

“There are plenty of material gifts you can give your significant other that last for a moment, but I wanted to give a gift that lasts a lifetime, not just economically but socially in supporting black-owned businesses,” said Gia in a press statement. “We support what Positivity Alkaline Water has done for the community, and our investment represents a legacy for my husband and our family. Besides, it tastes great!”

“Positivity Alkaline Water is thrilled to announce we have teamed up with DJ Envy, an industry-leading music producer and host of the radio show The Breakfast Club, to further our mission of providing positivity to positive people,” says Walker in a press statement. “This partnership perfectly aligns with Positivity’s passion for promoting healthy lifestyles, and DJ Envy’s pursuit of wellness, not only for himself but for his devoted fans and followers across the nation.”