Tyrone L. Gilliams is the founder TL Gilliams, a "trading firm" located in a suburb of Philadelphia that promises investors returns of 5% a week. But he's also so much more than that. He's a hip-hop promoter. He's a (n alleged) friend of P. Diddy. He's an aspiring reality TV star who hired a team of videographers to follow him around. He's a philanthropist- to the world. If you'd heard of Gilliams years earlier and liked what you saw, you could've become an investor as a way to get close to all that. Unfortunately, TLG may not be actively investing for much longer, as at least one client- David Parlin- has accused him of misappropriating funds for "trips to the Bahamas, outings to Miami nightclubs, shopping sprees at Saks Fifth Avenue and a Cherry Hill, NJ Mercedes Benz dealership" and of running a Ponzi scheme, filing suit against Gilliams on April 13. As recently as February, TLG had registered the "Black Fox Fund" (a planned "$20 million stock-focused fund") and while it's likely the vehicle will have to be put on hold, at least for the time being, take a gander at this phenomenal video Ty-Gill shot to promote his firm's "Joy to the World Fest" and if you think he's someone with whom you'd like to entrust your money, consider getting in touch.