Yo Gotti is really out here about to rake it up. The Memphis rapper just became a co-owner of a major league soccer team. According to the Washington Post, MLS team D.C. United announced on Monday the addition of their 4 new investors, that includes Yo Gotti. Joining Gotti are Florida businessman Adam Gerry, and former stakeholder of MLS team Houston Dynamo and National Women’s Soccer League team Houston Dash, Jake Silverstein, as well as local fuel executive Joe Mamo. Gotti, Gerry, and Silverstein will split three percent. The deals with Yo Gotti and Mamo were struck several weeks ago. Gotti did a video to document this historic mark in his life saying, "Who woulda told me when I was 16 risking my life for a few thousand hustling in my neighborhood that I would be a Executive and that I would Build a platform to help other artist become self made Millionaires#CMGNO ONE would have thought 1 Day I would Become A OWNER of A Professional Soccer Team!!!" That's a business move!