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Video: Meek Mill & G.I. The General – Drug Money

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8 Responses to “Video: Meek Mill & G.I. The General – Drug Money”

  1. Cypher Says:

    really?.. GI the General?….

  2. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    That show was nothing than a way for them to capitalize off our current state of welfare.

    > so a mostly african american cast didn’t capitalize off a extremely well written show?

    niggas need to get off this ‘they’ ‘them’ nonsense already

  3. Cypher Says:

    ^nothkng is gained by putting a spotlight on it in a script either.

    Why bot shoot a docu? Use the funding that ^you actually putting into the show to DO something about it?

    That shit adds up.

    Why dont you shoot a documentary?.. if you feel so strongly about it.

    Besides I still dont see whats wrong with the WIRE as a show?.. are you saying that everything depicted on the wire was a had no basis in truth?… that there is no drug dealers in Baltimore?..Or a high murder rate?.. or disenfranchised children making bad decisions?

  4. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    I actually saw a documentary about 3 boys from Baltimore. They took em’ to Africa to see if that would improve their lives.

    That’s how I knew when I finally got around to seeing The Wire, that the show was the truth.

    ^whats the name of the docu? Sounds dope.

    And I watched half a season on the wire. Wasn’t for ^me.

  5. Cypher Says:

    I’m still waiting on TS to recommend an acceptable show in his opinion…

  6. A chick Says:

    ^whats the name of the docu? Sounds dope.
    “The Boys of Baraka”
    The documentary follows three African-American students who get the opportunity to attend an academically rigorous school in Kenya designed to give them a path out of the violence and poverty of inner-city Baltimore.

  7. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    I’m still waiting on TS to recommend an acceptable show in his opinion…

    > the dude watches dexter yo. a kizza serial killer who switches identity to carry out his deeds.

    is that even remotely real?

  8. A chick Says:

    (Soundbite of movie Boys of Baraka):

    UNIDENTIFIED BOY: My neighborhood is mostly about drugs, for real. People, that’s all they’re doing drugs, stick a needle in their arm, messing up their blood. I know I’m smart, and I don’t want my brother, my baby brother anyway, to grow up in no, in no, in no projects.

    Mr. TEHRAN: An on-screen statistic near the start of the film puts everything into perspective. A full 76 percent of Baltimore’s African American boys do not graduate from high school. The Baraka School, a progressive educational institution in Kenya, was created to help remedy that. It’s a rural two-year boarding school, 20 miles from the nearest town, set up to educate and change the attitudes of at-risk boys. The idea is to see if removing bad influences and adding focus teaching, get the motivated enough to get into good high schools.

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