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 8 years ago '05        #121
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The only thing I want to get across to y'all is that:

Stop believing every new rapper saying he hustled bricks, grew up a screw up, and shot JFK. The actual reality is that for the majority of these rappers the thousands of bricks and one hundred favors Noreaga owes them was born right out a corporate board room meeting. To put you on to game, labels pay millions every year to maintain physics departments (major ones at least) that study sound wavelengths and frequency's that are pleasant to the human ear just to find out what people will dance to! If their going to that extent what makes you think they aren't paying someone to survey what content people want in their music. I'm not taking anything away from Jeezy, Clipse or any other alleged Hustler-to-Rapper. For all I know them n*ggas served fiends in my own household. I just want y'all to be aware your favorite rapper could be running around with the next mans storyline.
 12-24-2009, 04:36 PM         #122
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well the verdict is in, check out this new interview of the camera man asking cam'ron does he believe when rappers say that they have coke.


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Camera Man: yo do you believe when rappers spit that coke rap?


Cam: Like saying they got coke? you saying?

Camera Man: Or selling coke


Cam: No man. Do you believe steven spielberg when he says somebody blew a building up, if a rapper say they got this that and the third ya know....everybody exaggerates to make it sound good. not sayin, don't get it twisted now, some of the stuff is true,but you may put a lil twist in there just to make it rhyme, to be honest if i had 100 pounds of coke, I would rap about weed, to throw n*ggas off. depends on who it's about, some people are real some people are fake.


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 8 years ago '08        #123
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ya'll left out shawty lo lol they say he move weight forr real
 8 years ago '07        #124
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 Tommy_Bunz said:
well the verdict is in, check out this new interview of the camera man asking cam'ron does he believe when rappers say that they have coke.




Camera Man: yo do you believe when rappers spit that coke rap?


Cam: Like saying they got coke? you saying?

Camera Man: Or selling coke


Cam: No man. Do you believe steven spielberg when he says somebody blew a building up, if a rapper say they got this that and the third ya know....everybody exaggerates to make it sound good. not sayin, don't get it twisted now, some of the stuff is true,but you may put a lil twist in there just to make it rhyme, to be honest if i had 100 pounds of coke, I would rap about weed, to throw n*ggas off. depends on who it's about, some people are real some people are fake.
WHITE IS NEVER DEALT WITH IN "POUNDS". ONLY KEY'S, HALF A KEY, OR QUARTER KEY. NEVER IN POUNDS. THIS IS WHAT I TALK ABOUT WHEN I SAY LINGO. YOU CAN CATCH THIS BY THE WAY THEY TALK ABOUT IT.
 8 years ago '09        #125
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 imsothoed said:
For those that don't think the clipse move weight...



How I know the Clipse really are drug dealers
Tuesday Nov 24 2:11 PM CST posted by Byron Crawford

"While most rappers try to convince people theyíre drug dealers, even though they arenít, the Clipse find themselves in the opposite situation. Theyíre trying to convince people they arenít drug dealers, even though they obviously are.

The first sign was when the older of the two brothers, who appears to be about 50 (he must have dipped into his own supply once or twice) put out that video of himself making pancakes, right around the time their manager got sent up for epic weed and cocaine trafficking. For a minute there, it looked like it was about to be a video about how to make crack. He had the Pyrex pot, and the stove cranked up, just like on a Raekwon album. I was like, what the f**k is this guy doing? Doesnít he know it was just revealed that all of those songs about he and his brother moving weight were true stories? Hell Hath No Fury sold as if it was HPV in audio form, but the Clipse canít be that desperate that theyíre making videos of themselves selling drugs and uploading it to the web, can they?

But come to find out, it was just a video of him making himself a stack of delicious pancakes. The idea was obviously to suggest that the Clipse are regulars, who have to make themselves stacks of delicious pancakes, because they canít afford to pay a smokiní hot stripper in one of those French maid outfits to make it for them, the way a drug dealer would. (Iím a.ssuming this is what a drug dealer would do, based on what I would do, if I had that kind of money.) Then the camera zoomed out to reveal the exterior of his house, and his BMW, which were certainly nicer than anything Iíll ever have, but hardly beyond the grasp of someone whoís reasonably intelligent and who managed to find a job that pays a salary commensurate with his level of ability. (Again, I can only imagine what this would be like.) The guy next door probably works in insurance or some s**t.

This video would have been more convincing to me, if I didnít have serious doubts as to whether the Clipse have ever made any money from selling rap albums. That first album wasnít a complete and utter failure; ďGrindiníĒ probably came on the radio, if you werenít living in a town with 17,000 people and two country stations at the time. But the album was produced by the Neptunes in its entirety, and it didnít sell the way youíd expect an album produced in its entirety by the Ď02-era Neptunes to sell. If it had generated a profit, it probably wouldnít have taken so long to produce a followup. Said followup, when it finally was released, was a complete and utter failure. And everything they did in the interim and since has been free mixtapes, and not the kind of free mixtapes where they should almost be paying you to download it - the kind of free mixtapes where the artists, suspiciously, could give a ratís a.ss about releasing a real album.

The dead giveaway was when the Clipse did a song with Rawse. Didnít the Clipse used to talk down on rappers who pretend to be drug dealers, in interviews? Iím asking, because Iím honestly not sure, but I do seem to recall that being the case. Someone get Brendan Frederick on the phone. Heís into the Clipse the way white women are into Twilight. (*searches eBay for a set of RZAís old fangs*) He probably has a shrine to the Clipse in his garage, like that guy who a.ssassinated Biggie Smalls. Even if they never dissed Rawse and his ilk, youíd have to think theyíd be wary of doing a song with him. Rawse isnít just a pretend drug dealer - this motherf**ker used to be a cop. Doing a song with him would be brand suicide, for a group whose career is predicated on the fact that they really are drug dealers. Unless that was the goal.

Doing a song with Camíron wouldnít necessarily be useful to that end because Camíron doesnít sell drugs, but because Iím convinced Camíron doesnít do much of anything. It became clear to me, listening to Crime Pays (which isnít bad, for what it is), that Camíron wouldnít have any moral problems with being a drug dealer. This motherf**ker would sell crack to a grade school kid and show him how to smoke it. Heís as hollow on the inside as I pretend to be on the Internets, to keep myself in reasonably priced Australian wine. That irritable bowel syndrome must have really f**ked with his psyche. But if you notice, Camíron will just up and disappear for months, or years at a time, and Iím pretty sure heís not out selling drugs. Heís probably just sitting at home that entire time. Part of it might be that, like old women who used to do anal (which ruins your a**hole), heís afraid to stray too far from somewhere where he knows he can use the restroom. But heís probably just a huge slacker. The dead giveaway was when he revealed that he was working on his own version of Curb Your Enthusiasm. He probably sits around in his underwear all day watching Hannah and Her Sisters, like I did when I was in college. In fact, he might want to consider getting into blogging. I mean, since heís sitting at home all day anyway. I can tell from his rhymes that heís fascinated with language. Iíd love to hear his thoughts on the movie Precious.

But I digress.

The Clipseís video with Camíron, for ďBack by Popular Demand,Ē finds them standing in the lobby of Obama Fried Chicken, rapping about sitting in a car eating chicken and fries. Unless fried chicken is a new Ghostface-style euphemism for cocaine, Iím a.ssuming this is another attempt to align themselves with the common man. I had to eat some fried chicken in the parking lot of a Popeyes once, because I couldnít wait to get home. But it wasnít because of some sort of sad pathology, like in the aforementioned Precious - there was an incident. I ordered my chicken, got around to the window and paid for it. The girl put my chicken in a box, then put the box in a plastic bag, and then she got into an argument with some guy whose order she probably f**ked up. The whole time sheís standing there arguing with this guy, sheís got my chicken in her hand, swinging it around and s**t, when she could have just as easily given it to me and gone back to arguing with him. I was hungrier than a motherf**ker. I would have gone inside, but, as Iím sure you can imagine, Iím deathly afraid of confrontation. I finally got my chicken, when the cops showed up (at random, probably just to get some chicken), and the guy was like, nevermind. How much do you want to be she really did f**k up his order, and he let it slide, because he didnít want to go to jail over some olí bulls**t? Thatís why, when I have the time, I go out of my way to visit fast food restaurants staffed by white people. Yeah, I said it!

If this new Clipse song lacks the same level of detail as my Popeyes story, thatís because the Clipse donít really eat at Popeyes. There probably isnít a Popeyes anywhere near the older oneís house. (Think of the nicest neighborhood where you saw a Popeyes.) They just want you to think that, to throw off the scent."


this had me f**king dying of laughter
 8 years ago '09        #126
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 MELODY said:
WHITE IS NEVER DEALT WITH IN "POUNDS". ONLY KEY'S, HALF A KEY, OR QUARTER KEY. NEVER IN POUNDS. THIS IS WHAT I TALK ABOUT WHEN I SAY LINGO. YOU CAN CATCH THIS BY THE WAY THEY TALK ABOUT IT.
you watch to much movies lil 16 year old
 8 years ago '08        #127
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 outlaw7066 said:
ya'll left out shawty lo lol they say he move weight forr real
he got it for the low
 8 years ago '07        #128
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 THE RETURN 35 said:
you watch to much movies lil 16 year old
PROVE THAT I'M 16. EXPOSE ME OR SOMETHING.

THAT'S RIGHT YOU CAN'T, BUT I CAN ALWAYS EXPOSE YOU.
 8 years ago '09        #129
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 MELODY said:
PROVE THAT I'M 16. EXPOSE ME OR SOMETHING.

THAT'S RIGHT YOU CAN'T, BUT I CAN ALWAYS EXPOSE YOU.
you mad
 8 years ago '07        #130
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 THE RETURN 35 said:
you mad
USE ANOTHER COMEBACK PLEASE
 12-25-2009, 05:59 PM         #131
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For those that don't think the clipse move weight...



How I know the Clipse really are drug dealers
Tuesday Nov 24 2:11 PM CST posted by Byron Crawford

"While most rappers try to convince people they’re drug dealers, even though they aren’t, the Clipse find themselves in the opposite situation. They’re trying to convince people they aren’t drug dealers, even though they obviously are.

The first sign was when the older of the two brothers, who appears to be about 50 (he must have dipped into his own supply once or twice) put out that video of himself making pancakes, right around the time their manager got sent up for epic weed and cocaine trafficking. For a minute there, it looked like it was about to be a video about how to make crack. He had the Pyrex pot, and the stove cranked up, just like on a Raekwon album. I was like, what the f**k is this guy doing? Doesn’t he know it was just revealed that all of those songs about he and his brother moving weight were true stories? Hell Hath No Fury sold as if it was HPV in audio form, but the Clipse can’t be that desperate that they’re making videos of themselves selling drugs and uploading it to the web, can they?

But come to find out, it was just a video of him making himself a stack of delicious pancakes. The idea was obviously to suggest that the Clipse are regulars, who have to make themselves stacks of delicious pancakes, because they can’t afford to pay a smokin’ hot stripper in one of those French maid outfits to make it for them, the way a drug dealer would. (I’m a.ssuming this is what a drug dealer would do, based on what I would do, if I had that kind of money.) Then the camera zoomed out to reveal the exterior of his house, and his BMW, which were certainly nicer than anything I’ll ever have, but hardly beyond the grasp of someone who’s reasonably intelligent and who managed to find a job that pays a salary commensurate with his level of ability. (Again, I can only imagine what this would be like.) The guy next door probably works in insurance or some s**t.

This video would have been more convincing to me, if I didn’t have serious doubts as to whether the Clipse have ever made any money from selling rap albums. That first album wasn’t a complete and utter failure; “Grindin’” probably came on the radio, if you weren’t living in a town with 17,000 people and two country stations at the time. But the album was produced by the Neptunes in its entirety, and it didn’t sell the way you’d expect an album produced in its entirety by the ‘02-era Neptunes to sell. If it had generated a profit, it probably wouldn’t have taken so long to produce a followup. Said followup, when it finally was released, was a complete and utter failure. And everything they did in the interim and since has been free mixtapes, and not the kind of free mixtapes where they should almost be paying you to download it - the kind of free mixtapes where the artists, suspiciously, could give a rat’s a.ss about releasing a real album.

The dead giveaway was when the Clipse did a song with Rawse. Didn’t the Clipse used to talk down on rappers who pretend to be drug dealers, in interviews? I’m asking, because I’m honestly not sure, but I do seem to recall that being the case. Someone get Brendan Frederick on the phone. He’s into the Clipse the way white women are into Twilight. (*searches eBay for a set of RZA’s old fangs*) He probably has a shrine to the Clipse in his garage, like that guy who a.ssassinated Biggie Smalls. Even if they never dissed Rawse and his ilk, you’d have to think they’d be wary of doing a song with him. Rawse isn’t just a pretend drug dealer - this motherf**ker used to be a cop. Doing a song with him would be brand suicide, for a group whose career is predicated on the fact that they really are drug dealers. Unless that was the goal.

Doing a song with Cam’ron wouldn’t necessarily be useful to that end because Cam’ron doesn’t sell drugs, but because I’m convinced Cam’ron doesn’t do much of anything. It became clear to me, listening to Crime Pays (which isn’t bad, for what it is), that Cam’ron wouldn’t have any moral problems with being a drug dealer. This motherf**ker would sell crack to a grade school kid and show him how to smoke it. He’s as hollow on the inside as I pretend to be on the Internets, to keep myself in reasonably priced Australian wine. That irritable bowel syndrome must have really f**ked with his psyche. But if you notice, Cam’ron will just up and disappear for months, or years at a time, and I’m pretty sure he’s not out selling drugs. He’s probably just sitting at home that entire time. Part of it might be that, like old women who used to do anal (which ruins your a**hole), he’s afraid to stray too far from somewhere where he knows he can use the restroom. But he’s probably just a huge slacker. The dead giveaway was when he revealed that he was working on his own version of Curb Your Enthusiasm. He probably sits around in his underwear all day watching Hannah and Her Sisters, like I did when I was in college. In fact, he might want to consider getting into blogging. I mean, since he’s sitting at home all day anyway. I can tell from his rhymes that he’s fascinated with language. I’d love to hear his thoughts on the movie Precious.

But I digress.

The Clipse’s video with Cam’ron, for “Back by Popular Demand,” finds them standing in the lobby of Obama Fried Chicken, rapping about sitting in a car eating chicken and fries. Unless fried chicken is a new Ghostface-style euphemism for cocaine, I’m a.ssuming this is another attempt to align themselves with the common man. I had to eat some fried chicken in the parking lot of a Popeyes once, because I couldn’t wait to get home. But it wasn’t because of some sort of sad pathology, like in the aforementioned Precious - there was an incident. I ordered my chicken, got around to the window and paid for it. The girl put my chicken in a box, then put the box in a plastic bag, and then she got into an argument with some guy whose order she probably f**ked up. The whole time she’s standing there arguing with this guy, she’s got my chicken in her hand, swinging it around and s**t, when she could have just as easily given it to me and gone back to arguing with him. I was hungrier than a motherf**ker. I would have gone inside, but, as I’m sure you can imagine, I’m deathly afraid of confrontation. I finally got my chicken, when the cops showed up (at random, probably just to get some chicken), and the guy was like, nevermind. How much do you want to be she really did f**k up his order, and he let it slide, because he didn’t want to go to jail over some ol’ bulls**t? That’s why, when I have the time, I go out of my way to visit fast food restaurants staffed by white people. Yeah, I said it!

If this new Clipse song lacks the same level of detail as my Popeyes story, that’s because the Clipse don’t really eat at Popeyes. There probably isn’t a Popeyes anywhere near the older one’s house. (Think of the nicest neighborhood where you saw a Popeyes.) They just want you to think that, to throw off the scent."
Classic.

Probably the funniest things I ever read on Boxden
 8 years ago '09        #132
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 MELODY said:
USE ANOTHER COMEBACK PLEASE
ok why you
 8 years ago '05        #133
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 MELODY said:
only if you knew how many labels were actually started from drug money.

Legal money > dirty money
 Fresh Whyte said:
...Why Must The CEO Be Smoking On Crack? Now I Cant Take Your Point Serious.

Alot Of These Labels Was Built On Drug Money Like Melody Said and That Is Well True. Look At No Limit,We Know Drugs Help Build That Label.

If Am Sitting On Dope Money and Use That Dope Money To Start A Label and Am Out Of The Dope Game Will Not Have A Investigation On Me,Only If Am Still In It The Dope Game and Using The Label As Front But These Rappers Is Out The Game...Well Some Of Them,They Can Rap About There Old Life and If You Listen & Know The Dop Game Then Your Know The Real From The Fake.
Ya'll n*ggas don't get what the dude is saying. If you are moving big time weight and want to get out the game, you start a label (as ya'll pointed out). You don't start a label then rap for the label too, that's just stupid.

Rappers don't make dough like that, behind the scenes personnel do (producers, writers, executives, etc.) Rappers would be the equivalent of a nickel-and-dime dealer, a CEO would be the equivalent of a big-time supplier.
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 MELODY said:
WHITE IS NEVER DEALT WITH IN "POUNDS". ONLY KEY'S, HALF A KEY, OR QUARTER KEY. NEVER IN POUNDS. THIS IS WHAT I TALK ABOUT WHEN I SAY LINGO. YOU CAN CATCH THIS BY THE WAY THEY TALK ABOUT IT.
Ki fool.
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 THE RETURN 35 said:
ok why you


REAL s**t THOUGH, WHY WOULD I BE MAD WHEN I AIN'T THE ONE THAT'S AT LEAST 300 POUNDS, HAS NO LADY, GETS SHUT DOWN BY HOES ON MYSPACE, HAS NO JOB, GOT MY CELL PHONE NUMBER CUT OFF CAUSE I COULDN'T PAY THE BILL, AND YOUR IDOL DIDN'T DO THE NUMBERS HE WANTED TO DO.


YOU :angry14:

 8 years ago '06        #136
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Ya'll is to funny everybody throwing around so call evidence and aint shown no real 100% proof I don't know who sold what and who didn't.

But in my opinion every so called drug dealer turned rapper had to be a nickle and dime hustlers because if I was moving heavy I wouldn't be thinking about rapping myself.

Might flip some of my money into a record label or certain businesses but rapping myself no way.

I think some rappers were drug dealers but stretch the truth to sell records for entertainment.

n*gga sell a ounce of drugs and think they nino brown


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 8 years ago '04        #137
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Who knows? Seem like eryone do.
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 MELODY said:


REAL s**t THOUGH, WHY WOULD I BE MAD WHEN I AIN'T THE ONE THAT'S AT LEAST 300 POUNDS, HAS NO LADY, GETS SHUT DOWN BY HOES ON MYSPACE, HAS NO JOB, GOT MY CELL PHONE NUMBER CUT OFF CAUSE I COULDN'T PAY THE BILL, AND YOUR IDOL DIDN'T DO THE NUMBERS HE WANTED TO DO.


YOU :angry14:

real s**t tho what the f**k are you talking about real s**t every time i body your a.ss you come at me with this 300 pound myspace no cellphone bill type s**t....

and dogg dont try and talk like you know me cuz you dont my female is probly way bomber than yours if you have one you probly got a metro pcs**t phone and your probly still a virgin with your 24-7 on boxden a.ss

the apps on my iphone >>>>>your life.....16 year old

i take that back you aint even old enuff to have your own cellphone under your own contract


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 12-26-2009, 04:55 PM         #139
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I have yet to see even one of these rappers that the thread mentions on national tv in connection with major drug lords in mexco colombia (u name the place.......) real weight moving is not measured in grams or ounces or a few fukkin pounds. It measure in
tons and lots of tons nyga.............. As far as i am concerned fuk every one of them nygaz n not in a playa hatin way, cuz i like clipse, but more in a way that speaks for it self cuz lots of nygaz be hustlin on the block getting that money moving and baking the shyt, some would say there making "real money", well 70 to 100,000 a week or a day may sound like alot but compared to the real nygaz that aint shyt, and those are the quiet nygaz, who have hit squads all over the world, who know everything but say little. The real nygaz is making money off the u.s. Not a fukking hood that consist of a few fukkin blocks radius that they got on lock, fukk all that, i want nygaz to stop all the bullshyt drug and hustle talk its real embarressing, nygaz need to just go to school or start a bussiness play in sports or music.
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