No ex drug dealer will get my respect, no matter how rich or famous they become.
He's actually not at all.
The American Dream would be somebody who came from very little or nothing who worked hard to build a good life for themselves. Notice the lack of crime in that.
Clearly doesn't understand politics if he says this and votes democrat.“I don’t even like the word politics,” Jay-Z told MTV News. ”It implies something underhanded and I think we need less government.”
So he supports Obama simply because he's black.“I support Barack because I gotta respect that sort of vision. I gotta respect a man who is the first black President ever,”
So he's an ignorant racist. It does go to show that in America there are no classes and anyone can become rich.
And wonder why we hold such little worth for human life
Facing all this drama
But to ask us why we to turn from bad to worse
Is to ignore from which we came
You see you wouldn't ask why the rose that grew from the concrete had damaged petals
On the contrary
We would all celebrate its tenacity
We would all love its will to reach the sun
We are the roses
This is the concrete
And these are my damaged petals
Don't ask me why
Thank O_o :O
Ask me how
The reason it's called the American "Dream" is you have to be asleep to believe it :P
So what, he use to sell drugs to get by. He admits to it and no longer does it. Most of societies "idols" currently do worst behind closed doors. At least he is up front about it.
Id give much more respect to someone who took risks stayed within the law, started their own business ran it as a one man operation and finally was able to hire a few people while living a moderate lifestyle over JayZ
Or is it that you're a druggie, or a dealer, and think that it's just not as bad? Where does your line start?
Isn't the American Dream living in the suburbs in a house that looks like everyone else, having a fancy car, a good paying job, a wife, and 2.5 kids?
He's alittle too rich for the suburbs.
Friends: Will help you move.
Best Friends: Will help you move the Bodies