Originally Posted by outsidethabox
But you just described every black kid in America under 20 living in the hood..everybody dusty unless you dealing..I was dusty until I was old enough to go to work and earn for my self..I don't understand this point..that's why I understand him..he was basically told his whole life he wasn't nothing and he bet the odds..Everybody say be humble but **** that if I came up and did on own.
Every under 20 year old Black American? So untrue. Meek was dealing, and still a bum. He was a corner boy. I've seen plenty dope dealers, and they bummy too. I was never dusty. Came from a single parent home, had the sense enough to be my own man.
Meek is a dude from the hood, who dealers probably put on the block to hustle for them. He looks like he was a follower or tag along type dude. You ain't credible, if you've been a follower your whole life. I don't care if you're an executive officer, or high school flunk out.
He's a lame. I can tell because he's more concerned with validation, instead of letting his music speak for himself.