Remember when Britney Spears was a spokeswoman for Pepsi and starred in that super catchy “Joy of Pepsi” commercial?
Spears made a whopping $US8 million from the Pepsi deal in 2001 — and now she’s investing that money in rival brand Coca-Cola.
“Britney sold 574 shares of Coke for a modest profit of $US3,238.55. She held on to 208 shares,” reports TMZ. “As for Pepsi … it’s nowhere to be found in her portfolio” despite the brand showing consistent growth since the 80s.
TMZ notes that “Brit sold a few other random stocks for a profit — including AT&T and Deere & Co. — but it wasn’t all gravy: she lost $US640.13 on McDonald’s and $US1,277.38 on Chipotle.”
According to the docs, Spears’ other holdings including safe bets such as Chevron, Microsoft, Phillip Morris, Heinz, Nestle, Amazon, Facebook, Google, Lululemon, and Visa.
In all, the 31-year-old former child star has nearly $US13 million of her conservatorship money in the market.
Now let’s reminisce about what Britney Spears was like in 2001:
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