By: Everyday Jay
Something to Think About
It's been one year since our culture lost one of Hip Hop's most iconic entrepreneurs. From starting his own smart store in the same parking lot he hustled in which he also went on to purchase to selling his Marathon mixtape for $100 dollar. Nipsey made it clear that he was a well educated kid from South Central LA and appreciated the community he once ran wild in. Ermias Asghedom had one mission and one goal and that was to bring opportunities back to his impoverished community but that dream was cut short by a senseless act of violence. Although Nipsey's killer was captured our culture still feel's the huge void left behind from his passing. Long Live Nip Hussle Tha Great.
I won't act like I really care about 6ix9ine or his recent release but what I will say about his situation is be careful. YES be CAREFUL because this man was far from a victim and was actually hands on with felony level crimes but of course he somehow received a slap on the wrist and is a free man today so just know everyone isn't your friend and those so called friends will throw you under the bus to save themselves 9/10 times because Real is Rare. BELIEVE THAT.
Song of The Week
I could say a lot about this record but I'm just going to say press play for your own enjoyment. Music lovers won't be disappointed.
Until Next Week
Stay real Stay true and please Stay RONA and SUCKA FREE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!