Saturday, March 17, 2007

a mistress, but never a wife

This article on Get Rich Slowly is hi-larious: Get Your Money Right: The Hip-Hop Summit Action Network. This new non-profit network tries to harness the popularity of hip-hop and hip-hop celebrities to teach kids some financial intelligence.

"'I took my homeboys to the club, buyin’ bottles, got the rims — you know what I mean,' said Slim Thug, 26, a Houston rapper whose prized possessions include a $460,000 Rolls-Royce Phantom. 'Then I couldn’t be paying the rent! Homeboys can’t help you now.'

They’ve learned, they say, some indispensable lessons."


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