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Wednesday, June 6, 2012
Sunday, June 3, 2012
Sean "Diddy" Comb is reported to be worth over 55 million dollar,s and in this case his son is the won who is the great athlete that has excelled also in the classroom. Before people applaud his achievement they start talking about this kid is robbing the school of money he does not need. As stated before they feel his father should pay for his education with no hesitation. Interesting, what happen to kids learning how to live own their own and discovering their own path in life. When did it become a good thing for kids to live off their parents and never know how to stand and walk on their own. This kid was not given this scholarship because of his namesake, he earned it. The people who are upset about his accomplishments should really be ashamed of themselves and should be encouraging this kid along with being proud he is not trying to leech off his dad to progress in life.
The real question is why are these people mad? It is not their money that is being used to pay for this kids scholarship. The other question is could this be because of his race, or could it be because of who his father is and maybe many people do not like his father's lifestyle. Either way people are making a big deal out of nothing. If he was going to school off of Government grants, maybe then people should be outraged that he is taking unnecessary money from us.
Posted by ILL McKenzie at 3:53 PM
Friday, June 1, 2012
So Thursday it was proven that not every celebrity get special privileges. Lil Wayne tried to watch the game and was denied access into the arena. After these events happen he went straight to twitter to let his loyal fans know
Was going to go to the Thunder game tonight but was denied by the team to be in their arena. Wow. Smh. Go Spurs!
— Lil Wayne WEEZY F (@LilTunechi) May 31, 2012
Question is why was he denied, and the answer was he had no tickets. WHAT?!?!?!?!? Lil Wayne cannot get into an event with no ticket, what an outrage. That was sarcasm and I cannot believe that he forgot he is a regular person and that the NBA is a business. With the success of the Thunders season and them being in the playoffs, how could one person believe there would be great available seats no matter who you are. In some situation one has to be reasonable and him tweeting right after these events had happen like he was done wrong, was kind of childish. Sounded like a little kid that could not get the toy he wanted for Christmas. Business is business and Lil Wayne being at the Thunder game does not bring in business, the NBA players bring in business. It looks like some people just have to brought back into reality.
Posted by ILL McKenzie at 5:49 PM