Reggaeton star DADDY YANKEE is moving into the sports industry - he's bought a share in a local Puerto Rican basketball team.
The Gasolina hitmaker has become a co-owner of professional team Caguas Creoles, having followed in the footsteps of hip-hop mogul Shawn 'Jay-Z' Carter, who has a share in the New Jersey Nets.
And Yankee, 30, hopes to make the most of his courtside access, reports PeopleEnEspanol.com.
He says, "Since I support the talent here, I feel like I have to support the sport. These guys, these great athletes, give 100 per cent on the court. It makes us happy to see them win, and we hate to see them lose.
"I hope I can attend a lot of the games next season. There's nothing like being there and watching your team win."