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October 2019

Andrew Jang To Resurrect The Dead?

By |October 2nd, 2019|

Can founders Andrew Jang and Travis Swanson bring Adriaen Black back from the dead?  According to their website, Jang will be performing this miracle in 2020 with his “Fall and Rise” Fashion Collection. 

Adriaen Black, the fashion label founded by Jang and Swanson was rumored to be on life support in late 2018 and then […]

July 2019

Rise and Fall of Adriaen Black

By |July 30th, 2019|

Where are Andrew Jang and Travis Swanson?
Adriaen Black, the fashion design label to Professional Athletes is no more. The company has gone as dark as has its founders Andrew Jang and Travis Swanson. Investors are concerned they are left in the lurch (again) as history seems to be repeating itself in the story of Andrew […]

May 2019

New Advocate for Andrew Jang-Adriaen Black Investors

By |May 21st, 2019|

Much to our surprise, a new advocate has appeared on the
scene representing would-be investors in Andrew Jang and his company, Adriaen
Black.  Following their advice will keep
any “investment” with Andrew Jang legitimate and transparent; an investor would
be remiss NOT to review this website before opening her wallet to Jang.  

INVESTING with ANDREW JANG-ADRIAEN BLACK offers a […]

December 2018

Andrew Jang: NFL’s “Best-in-Class”?

By |December 8th, 2018|

Andrew Jang: “Best In Class” business leader? Apparently the NFL thinks so and invited him to speak as a panelist for their 2018 NFL Pro Athlete Business Combine. Incredibly, he is now mentoring several Pro Ballers as interns to help them establish themselves in the fashion world much as he did with his fashion label, […]

November 2018

Andrew Jang Has Morphed Into a New Game

By |November 11th, 2018|

If you have known him for the last two (2) years, you know him as Andrew W. Jang. If longer than that you remember him as Andrew (Drew) Morrison….or maybe even as Andrew Bora or Anjou Jang.

His twisting trail over at least six states can leave you dizzy. A Google of former names such as […]

December 2017

Is Andrew Jang/Drew Morrison Playing NBA Players?

By |December 18th, 2017|

To some of the National Basketball Association’s most promising upcoming players, Andrew Jang is the dude who suits them up with bespoke designer clothes for their off-court publicity appearances. To a group of Seattle investors and others from different states, Andrew “Jang” is an alias for Drew Morrison, the man who left creditors, charities and […]

August 2016

Drew Morrison: From Fashion to Fun to Fugitive

By |August 12th, 2016|

After another round of blatant defiance to Court Orders by Andrew (Drew) W. Morrison, the King County Superior Court responded with a warrant for his arrest. KOMO 4 News broke the story on the same day the arrest warrant was issued. Bail was set at $20,000, cash. The Court is not taking any chances with The […]

July 2016

Drew Morrison: Crocodile Tears?

By |July 5th, 2016|

In his newest gig, Entrepreneur Extraordinaire, Drew Morrison, uses his personal hard-luck story to call attention that he is now taking “donations”. Will the crocodile tears lure the prey closer to the water’s edge?

Describing himself as a “Former Lost Soul” Drew Morrison seems to be going for the heart strings as he primes the reader on […]

April 2016

DREW MORRISON: ENTREPRENEUR TURN COUCH-SURFER

By |April 20th, 2016|

A Plaintiff once described his lawsuit against Drew Morrison as an onion. “It is like peeling layers of an onion,” he said, describing the discovery process. “Beneath each layer, it just gets stinkier”.

While the suit ended in a $1.3 million judgment against Drew Morrison on charges of fraud, conversion and misrepresentation, the discovery process never stopped […]

March 2016

DREW MORRISON OPERATING UNDERCOVER?

By |March 28th, 2016|

After months of pursuing their founder, Drew Morrison—and their money– CityGuru investors and creditors have finally found him. He has been summoned to the Superior Court of King County, Seattle for questioning regarding what he did with investors’ funds—as well as to determine if he may have converted these funds into a new business venture […]