THE EPIC CONCLUSION TO PART ONE !!!
I asked this guy how he felt about the gangsters in Hip-Hop today….
It’s amazing how the rap game has evolved within the validity of the lyrics that rappers now spit. The rap game used to be immersed with artists whom, for the most part, live or at least used to live the lives that they speak on within their lyrics. However, over time, as all businesses, the artists within the Rap/Hip-hop culture (within music), have gravitated toward a culture based on entertaining the public rather than truly conveying the imagery that is laden within their lyrics. In the wake of this alleged Rick Ross drive by shooting, I have two possible scenarios that fit in accordance to what’s actually going on within that situation. First, this shooting was a staged publicity stunt to maintain the braggadocio gangster imagery Ross has painted for the fans, or this was actually real. However if it was real, Ricky Ross simply isn’t the boss he’s led us to believe all long…
“Please don’t doubt me, trust me, drama ain’t nothing,
It’s all fun and games ‘til somebody start bustin”
- T.I.P. (2008) “I’m Illy”
There are a few events in life that has shaped the young man that I have become. More specifically there are a few events in my life that have allowed me into the evolve the sexiest muthafcuka that has ever existed (lol)… Bar none… Sounds a bit arrogant, conceited even, but the story that you are about to read, (as I stated previously) has shaped my thought processes and allowed me to look at life, women, and more importantly, college in an entirely different manner then I once have. But anyways…
Disclaimer: What you are about to read is extremely explicit… All names have been changed to protect the identities of the innocent. (lol)
When I think about college, there are a multitude of experiences I have encountered that describe my college experience to its full extent. The common denominator of all of these experiences is one word, three letters, with millions of variations. You guessed it… SEX. Last weekend as I was having lunch with my mentor, discussing my plans for the future and he noticed that my career path was totally opposite from what I studied while I was attending college. Although he wasn’t surprised at this, he then proceeded to ask me a question. This question I dreaded because my mentor and I possess a very open relationship, full of blunt honesty, so in essence, there was nothing wrong with any of my answers to his questions as long as they were honest. So, my mentor asked, “What do you think you learned most while you were in school? I then said, “Do you want the truth or would you like the cliché, standardized, politically correct answer that most people will state they have been given this question to answer?
He then hit me with the stale face (-___-) and “Said, c’mon bruh, be honest. So the man asked for honesty and that’s what he got. I said, “Honestly James, I’m gonna come clean. Much of what I learned from school is far from anything academically. In fact all that I learned as far is school work is concerned came from me just simply doing assignments but mostly being an avid reader. However the ONLY thing I’ve learned in college is precisely two things… The first is how to fcuk, and the second is how to have sex with women in the most economically efficient way possible.” He then preceded to burst out into laughter and then he stated, “Hey I can’t blame you.” And honestly could he? I mean as a took a trip back through memory lane and began thinking of the events that inspired that answer there is one that comes to mind that I still (although you guys will get the others was well) don’t believe how it happened…