My Perspective of Jay Z’s Song: The Story of OJ


It doesn’t matter who are you, the color of your skin if you act fake or you real. It doesn’t matter if you are light skinned, or dark skinned. Just because you were raised up poor, don’t mean you have to die poor. You can be called every name in the English book. It only matters how you receive the information. At the end of the day, we are all one race, that’s the human race. Whatever name, profession, family heirs, living conditions, current situations, health, financial issues anyone may have, today it’s time to take action. Wake up to all the resources around.

It seems to me Jay-Z was giving solutions to the poverty and other issues going on in the black community through his song. I’m so thankful for many of his lyrics because he was spitting wisdom that I have been sharing with family and friends for a long time. Credit, Thumbs UP. Would someone prefer to have $100,000 or an 800 credit score? Depending on a person’s knowledge and wisdom, their choice can help or hurt them.

Jay-Z said, “please don’t die over the neighborhood.” Finally, some lyrics that will inspire the human race to do right. To those that are doing irresponsible, ignorant, childish things with drug money should be ashamed of themselves. Investing in thyself and in dreams and goals has always been the goal. However, top influential leaders like Jay-Z is finally putting things like this in their lyrics. Jay-Z said he “bought some artwork for 1 million” and a few years later it was worth 8 million. That is what you call entrepreneurship to the fullest. It’s all about taking chances and being fearless.

As a successful entrepreneur, I’m honored to share with those who are interested in learning how to transition from an Employee into an entrepreneur. They can get the “Entrepreneur Success Manual.” It is an activity book full of important activities, tools, and step by step instructions to become successful.

I recommend buying 4:44 album. Salute to Jay-Z.



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