Star and Bucwild Go IN on Mase [Ma$e]! Damn [via Radio The Rahim]

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smh

Damn I was just having this discussion with a friend last night… I actually liked the “Welcome back” CD…but then he’s confusing the sh*t out of me is he rapping is he preaching? what does his congregation think? Do they still exist? I need questions answered…does he really bounce when the guns clap? Talk to us, Betha.

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Get Anything or Die Tryin! [Why Plan B Can Be Our Downfall] | Radio The Rahim

A long while ago, a great warrior faced a situation which made it necessary for him to make a decision which insured his success on the battlefield. He was about to send his armies against a powerful foe, whose men outnumbered his own. He loaded his soldiers into boats, sailed to the enemy’s country, unloaded soldiers and equipment, then gave the order to burn the ships that had carried them. Addressing his men before the first battle, he said, “You see the boats going up in smoke. That means that we cannot leave these shores alive unless we win! We now have no choice–we win–or we perish! They won.

Every person who wins in any undertaking must be willing to burn his ships and cut all sources of retreat.” – above excerpt from Think and Grow Rich [Napolean Hill]

I am in a deep state of thought.

It might be unnecessary…but actually reflection is never unnecessary. As long as my thoughts stay productive.

Allow me to produce.

So you have this story, and the purpose of me posting the above story, was to suggest this crazy idea to you all that it’s not always about having a Plan B.

50 cent summed the above philosophy, in his own way, with his phrase,”Get Rich or Die Tryin‘”

He had a goal — wealth, and he felt so adamant about it that he felt that if he did not attain it, then the only other option was death.

How many of you feel that way about something? About anything? It doesn’t have to be wealth.

How many of you are brave enough to want something, and be able to cut off all sources of retreat? I think everyone, especially those that are fear and are insecure about the future (which is reasonable, since we can’t predict it with any strong degree of accuracy) have a tendency to always keep a plan B, C, D, and sometimes E in mind.

I am not here to try to judge your philosophy, because for all i know, I am absolutely incorrect about mine. However, the story above, since the day I read it, has stuck with me for years, and will until ...i’m too old to remember it.

I’d rather, actually rather than give you my interpretation of this particular story, like to open up the floor to whoever happens to read this and care enough to share a comment on it.

I will engage in conversation with whoever that may be.

Can’t think of anything?

Have you ever went INTO a relationship holding onto a dude/chick on the side just in case the one you were with messes up?

What powerful foes are you up against?

Really, really, think about it.

We’ll wait 😉

KELIS FILES FOR DIVORCE FROM NAS | NON STOP RADIO SHOW | RADIO THE RAHIM

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I hate you so much right now!

I hate you so much right now!

The marriage between Queensbridge, NY rapper Nas and R&B songbird Kelis is officially over.

Vibe magazine reports that divorce papers were filed around 3:45 p.m. today (April 30) by attorney Laura Wasser on behalf of Kelis.

The songstress cited verbal abuse and infidelity as the reasons behind the filing.

The split concludes the romantic saga between Nas and Kelis that began when the pair first met in 2002 at an TV Video Music Awards afterparty thrown by rap mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs.

The meeting at the afterparty resulted in a two year dating relationship that set the stage for Nas and Kelis’ marriage.

the papers son

the papers son

The couple officially tied the knot in a small ceremony in Atlanta on January 8, 2005.

Soon after, Nas and Kelis’ personal union segued into their professional lives, as Nas appeared on Kelis’ “In Public,” a single from her 2003 album Tasty.

Kelis made a cameo of her own with her featured role on Nas’ Hip Hop Is Dead album on the song “Not Going Back.”

Despite their collaborations and personal fondness for each other, rumors of Kelis and Nas separating began surfacing on the Internet in March 2008.

News of the couple’s divorce arrives as Nas and Kelis prepare for the arrival of their first child together.

Kelis is currently seven months pregnant with a son.

*** In the video below Nas talks about how happily married he is! Nice.