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Meet Dovi Bezner Aka PokerTheJew: Official Manager Of The Island Boys

Dovi Bezner Manger

The Island Boys  (Flyysoulja and Kodiyakredd) rose to fame in 2021 after releasing a freestyle rap on TikTok. The boys’ unique style has garnered them tons of attention from fans, record labels, fellow rappers, and potential managers. But when they became overnight celebrities, the brothers needed to find a trusted manager quickly. Therefore, they turned to a long-time family friend: Dovi Bezner, better known as PokerTheJew.

 

Who is Dovi Bezner?

Dovi aka PokerTheJew grew up in South Florida, but was born in upstate New York to an orthodox Jewish family. He received his education through a private Jewish boarding school where he learned many of the values of hard work, which have become so important to his career today.

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Dovi Bezner Official Manager Of The Island Boys

Volunteering and Charitable Deeds

 

While Dovi devotes much of his time to his career, he has never forgotten his duty to help those in need. Throughout his life, Dovi has volunteered in the Israeli armed forces. He served in this i have mutual respect and trust for one another. After all, trust is the key to every successful manager-client relationship.

 

Future Plans for Dovi Bezner 

 

As of right now, The Island Boys are Dovi’s only clients. He wants to ensure that they have his full attention and that he keeps their best interests in mind moving forward.

 

Dovi and the brothers plan to launch a fashion brand soon. He reports that they are in talks with multiple major fashion brands including Fashion Nova.

 

However, Dovi has stressed that he wants to be safe with their next moves and not take any risks. The entertainment industry is unforgiving, and one wrong move can have devastating consequences for entertainers.

 

There’s no telling where the Island Boys’ career will go from here, but the future looks bright. Luckily, Dovi will help guide this duo toward a successful career so that they can all benefit from what, by all measures, looks like it will be a very successful venture.capacity for 2 years, from the age of 18-20.

 

After his time in the army, Dovi then turned to other charitable ventures. He worked for years as a compliance officer in the area of funds distribution for various organizations across Israel.

 

Entrepreneurship

Mr. Bezner has always been interested in the entrepreneurial lifestyle. Before managing the Island Boys, Dovi made a living as a successful poker player. He studied under a poker coach who went by the moniker “Lexo Poker”. Through Lexo’s help, Dovi was able to develop his own schedule and essentially became his own boss.

 

Dovi Bezner Manager of Island boy Flyysoulja and Kodiyakredd

Dovi Bezner “PokerTheJew”

 

Dovi has always wanted to maintain his freedom and never liked the idea of working for someone else. Furthermore, he’s felt drawn to the entertainment industry since he was very young, and considers working with the Island Boys a great opportunity. 

 

Managing The Island Boys

 

Because the rap duo is so new to the music scene, word is still spreading. However, it is spreading quickly.

 

Dovi has booked multiple shows for the brothers across the country, although no formal tour has been announced. But while they wait for the contracts to be finalized with venues, the group is hard at work producing new social media content and music.

 

The Island Boys and Dovi have mutual respect and trust for one another. After all, trust is the
key to every successful manager-client relationship.

Dovi Benzer with Flyysoulja

PokerTheJew and Flyysoulja

Future Plans
As of right now, The Island Boys are Dovi’s only clients. He wants to ensure that they have his
full attention and that he keeps their best interests in mind moving forward.

Dovi and the brothers plan to launch a fashion brand soon. He reports that they are in talks
with multiple major fashion brands including Fashion Nova.

However, Dovi has stressed that he wants to be safe with their next moves and not take any
risks. The entertainment industry is unforgiving, and one wrong move can have devastating
consequences for entertainers.

There’s no telling where the Island Boys’ career will go from here, but the future looks bright.
Luckily, Dovi will help guide this duo toward a successful career so that they can all benefit from what, by all measures, looks like it will be a very successful venture.

To stay up to date with Dovi and The Island Boys follow Dovi (PokerTheJew) here

Christian Massa is the founder of PurpleMedia.org, a media company specializing in helping people in the entertainment industry such as influencers, actors and musicians share their story with the world. Purple media also works with entrepreneurs, real estate agents, big and small businesses. Christian is an actor, entrepreneur, and author for Yahoo. He is the assistant director of the series ‘My Suicide Story’, which received high mention at the 2016 Los Angeles Awareness Film Festival, and he’s also the co-founder of the flooring company Aquatec Flooring.

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