Yo 50 I feel for you. It must be hard babysitting the rap game as we know it. Big ups to 50 not cuz of his music but becuz he approached da game as it needs to be approached like a business man. HIP HOP will never be dead as long as bars are relevent. I actually laugh at you all that think hip hop is dead. That is like saying technology is dead becuz it got better faster and vibrant. ITS CALLED CHANGE you dumb f***. 50 Keep it 50+50 100. Also to all you wanna be ballers you aint s*** until you got your 501C in full force. Thats right corporations doesnt mean s***. Philanthropy is when you know you doin things.
Type my name again it looks sexy in writing. Your right though no one cares hence why I am posting to this discussion so people will start caring. LOL Your response is pretty dry though next time make it more juicy. TUSHAY
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