Rodney E. Foster, one of the most talked-about stars of Lifetime’s hit TV show, “Marrying Millions,” is showing how he earns the big bucks and launching a new line of spirits with super high expectations. Foster earned his millions as a savvy businessman and entrepreneur, and credits much of his success to opening up a successful organic wine company in the late 2000s, Edelheiss Wine and Beverage Company. In connection with Edelheiss, Foster is now venturing into the cannabis marketplace with a hemp-infused vodka.
The Blast is told Foster’s new foray into hemp vodka will relocate him out to the West Coast from Washington DC, where he plans on leveraging his stable of celebrity friends and clients to help hawk his libation.
Foster also recently launched a production company, The Foster Media Group, and has assembled a team to bring all his content production in-house.
We’re told, “The group is dedicated to uncovering untold stories, developing a series of shocking documentaries, based upon true stories, exclusive interviews and confessions.”
Foster is wisely capitalizing on the reality show fame he recently received after being one of the most talked-about personalities from the Lifetime show, “Marrying Millions.” Foster was showcased with his girlfriend, Desiry Hall, an actress from L.A. who also runs a non-profit for homeless veterans.
In a recent interview, Foster told All About the Tea why he decided to do “Marrying Millions” in the first place:
“At first I had apprehensions about doing that because you’re putting your business out there for the world to see, but I knew that it was something that Desiry wanted and I wanted to support her.”
In response to some of the critics of their relationship, Desiry also had something to say:
“When you put your life out there for the whole world to see, of course people are gonna judge and hate… but watch it and learn something. We didn’t come on this show to fake, we’re exposing our lives. Just watch and don’t be so critical! Love is love and you just have to let love grow.”