HERE ARE REASONS WHY ALIBABA THINK SOME PEOPLE HATES ON SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE!.
What I have come to notice & realized in life, is that, Dangote, will not be concerned with whether Ali Baba made 2 million & Brags about it. Been there done more! Usain Bolt will not even be bothered if an 18 year old clocked 9.7secs in an inter house sports competition in Akure! People who pick up things others say, & pour their venom on same, are the people such things that have been said or to whom such things concern.
I have noticed a lot of people just look for any hint of what is good out there & from their exalted bad position, lash out on the good. Which is why, someone who does not have, hate the person who does.
And nothing the person who has what they don’t, says, can convince them that he/she deserved the good things such LUCKY BASTARDS has and they don’t. Recall the story of the woman who wanted the baby split in half, but King Solomon’s wisdom prevailed? Exactly!!! The reason so many people are bitter about other people’s success or good life, it’s because they don’t have it! Period! You cannot carry an elephant on your head & be hunting rats!
So whenever I post anything on my platform, those who wished they had a tenth of what God has given me, the opportunities, the second chances, the in spite of all success, recognition, family, kids, FAVOUR, fame & goodwill, will always say, “let him shut up! Who is he? What right does he have to speak? What effrontery? Enough already? Who does he think he is? As if we don’t know him? Look who is talking?… Blah blah blah” Guess what?
Some of these people worship in churches that their pastors have records that makes me a saint with my all errors! Should I name names?Yet they worship in the same churches pastured, sorry pastored by these my colleagues! It’s interesting to note that people who like to hang people to dry are the same people who secretly wish they had it as good as you do! In fact, it kills them to know that they are far from your point of happiness, or are convinced they won’t make it near by a foot! So what do they do? They hate you! And all that has to do with you.
They even try to recruit others on this “rubbish him or her drive” & anyone who doesn’t see it like they do gets added to the list!.
The Brooklyn District Attorney’s office has announced that a gun case involving Bobby Shmurda will be dismissed in the coming weeks, according to Revolt.
Shmurda (In Pix Above) remains incarcerated at Rikers Island in New York after being arrested last month following an investigation by the NYPD and special Narcotics Gang Unit. The Brooklyn case set to be dismissed by the Brooklyn D.A. alleged that Shmurda, whose given name is Ackquille Pollard, fired a gun at a crowd of people near a barber shop.
Shmurda still faces the charges levied against him and his fellow GS9 members which include gun possession, murder, and conspiracy. The 20-year old rapper is currently being held on $2 million bail.
The rapper’s lawyer, Howard Greenberg, also told Revolt that Shmurda is set for his upcoming trial date later this month.
“Brooklyn is done and now it’s on to Manhattan, where we need to teach these adversaries a lesson,” he said.
Greenberg also denied rumors that Shmurda was recently released on bail and separately that he had been critically injured in a jail brawl.
“Bullshit,” Greenberg said. “Saw him yesterday (January 20) in court. He looked fantastic.”
In a separate statement, Greenberg recently told XXL about upcoming plans for Shmurda’s defense.
“The intermediate plan is if there is a superseding indictment on the 29th is to enter a plea of not guilty,” he said. “The long term plan is to kick some ass and take no prisoners.
The “Jay-Z and Kanye West” class at University of Missouri explores the relationship between the two rappers.
This fall, University of Missouri will be offering for a second time “Jay-Z and Kanye West,” a class that focuses on the relationship between the two rappers, consequenceofsound.com reports.
Offered through the English department, the class’s instructor says that Jay Z and Kanye West should be considered poets.
“I really do think that these guys are warming up to the level of major poets, and not many people think of it in those terms,” says Andrew Hoberek, the class’s instructor. ”Because it’s not just on a page, but it’s video art, too. So, we looked at how those complicated the questions, and how do books about poetry help us to understand rap with Jay and Kanye at the forefront. We looked at the larger history of rap as an art form. Specifically, how, especially with Blueprint 3 and Yeezus, there’s an identifiable push to get beyond what’s happening in the art form. They’re very much like painters and novelists in the 20th century, moving beyond the confines of the art form’s boundaries.”
In an article on the class, time.com agrees that Jay Z and Kanye West’s work has moved beyond just the musical realm. “Jay Z and Kanye’s projects are now multidisciplinary, mingling visual and performance arts as integral elements of their albums and concerts, to a greater extent than their predecessors,” the article says. “And their collaborations inform their solo projects. All of this is worth exploring in an academic setting.”
In a special segment with Revolt TV, Miami rapper Rick Ross touched on the legacy of the late civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. While speaking on Dr. King, Ross recalled chatting with an older man about Dr. King while in Memphis, Tennessee.
According to the Maybach Music Group helmsman, the man complimented Dr. King on his “I Have A Dream” speech, but shared his belief that the speech that got Dr. King murdered was delivered shortly before his death.
“We all carry that burden to continue the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.,” Ross said during the REVOLT TV interview. “We all are responsible for making sure that resonates with everybody else that’s underneath us and around us. That was most definitely a very peaceful, very powerful, influential brother. I actually was having a conversation with another older gentleman and I was just asking about Martin Luther King. We was actually in Memphis. This brother was like, ‘The ‘I Have A Dream’ speech, that was a beautiful speech. Powerful speech. Powerful speech.’ They said ‘But that’s not the speech that got the brother murdered.’ I said ‘It’s not?’ I said ‘What was?’”
Ross says the man then revealed that in that particular speech, Dr. King called for black people to begin buying land.
“He said, ‘Brother Martin gave a speech at a church a few days before he was murdered. Telling black people to buy land. Buy all the land you can. We need land.’ And I’m just looking at the brother. He said ‘You remember that. You remember that.’ I said ‘I’m gonna remember that, Pops.’ Him telling me that, man it just let me know it’s so much that I don’t know about the brother. His name will live forever.”
Delivered one day before Dr. King’s death on April 4, 1968, the speech Ross may have been referring to was the late leader’s “I’ve Been To The Mountaintop” speech. Dr. King’s “I’ve Been To The Mountaintop” speech was made on April 3, 1968 at the Mason Temple in Memphis, Tennessee. In his speech, Dr. King calls for a boycott against Coca-Cola, Wonder Bread and other products before calling on those in attendance to “strengthen black institutions.”
“And so, as a result of this, we are asking you tonight, to go out and tell your neighbors not to buy Coca-Cola in Memphis,” Dr. King said, according to AmericanRhetoric.com. “Go by and tell them not to buy Sealtest milk. Tell them not to buy — what is the other bread? — Wonder Bread. And what is the other bread company, Jesse? Tell them not to buy Hart’s bread. As Jesse Jackson has said, up to now, only the garbage men have been feeling pain; now we must kind of redistribute the pain. We are choosing these companies because they haven’t been fair in their hiring policies; and we are choosing them because they can begin the process of saying they are going to support the needs and the rights of these men who are on strike…But not only that, we’ve got to strengthen black institutions.”
Jay Z and Beyonce took Blue Ivy on a tour of the White House last weekend, according to marieclaire.co.uk.
Beyonce was in Washington, D.C. to perform at Michelle Obama’s fiftieth birthday party, which was also attended by Smokey Robinson, Stevie Wonder and Samuel L. Jackson.
In 2010, Jay Z and Beyonce made their first trip to the White House while Jay Z was in Washington as part of his Blueprint 3 Tour.
Photos of Blue Ivy’s trip to the White House are as follows, courtesy of marieclaire.co.uk:
D.C. rapper Wale continued to address his now notorious phone call to the Complex offices during an appearance on Peter Rosenberg and Cipha Sounds’ Juan Epstein podcast. Wale revealed that as a result of the incident he plans on being less carefree with those he chooses to do media for.
Wale’s conversation with Rosenberg and Cipha Sounds quickly changed direction as the Maybach Music Group rapper spoke on Beyonce’s newly-released album and how the project has saved the sanity and careers of a lot of people.
“One thing I’m gonna change now is I’m not gonna do media for everybody now. Cause I don’t think it’s worth it,” said Wale. “You got treat this shit like an expensive pair of sneakers dog or a good jacket or some shit…I think the labels gotta wake up. Beyonce did—she saved a lot of people’s careers, man, with that move, dog. She saved a lot of people’s sanity I’ll say because no rollout. Just—it’s about the art. Like obviously, niggas gon’ still have they rollout, but she made it so it’s like less focused on the rollout and more about the music.”
Wale continued to speak on album rollouts as he addressed his third studio album, The Gifted. Released in June of this year, The Gifted is a project the rapper says could have had a better rollout.
“The one thing I wish I could change about The Gifted rollout…I wasn’t doing the things that I wanted to do with my time,” said the MMG emcee. “I was doing like a little in-store [in] a little, small city for like five people. With bad promotion nobody came. And it was just like ‘Yo, why am I here? When I could be—or doing a radio interview.’ Which is odd. Radio is super important. I super have respect for it, but it’s like I could have been shooting two or three videos in that time. Before my album came out. And let them videos fall when they may. Now I didn’t have no time. I went right on tour. I didn’t have no time to shoot no videos. So it’s like hindsight, 20/20, and all that, but I wanna take more control over what I do and what I don’t do.”
Following a phone conversation in which Wale threatened Complex staff after not being included on the publication’s Top 50 Albums of 2013 list, he shared his belief that he wasn’t added to the list due to a beef with fellow artist Kid Cudi.
“I’m a bit of conspiracy theorist a little bit,” said Wale during an interview with Hot 97. “So, I believe that me and [Kid Cudi’s] fallout had something to do with a lack of support [from Complex].”
D.C. rapper Wale kicked off this week’s interview with The Breakfast Club by speaking on the recent controversy involving Complex magazine. While speaking on the incident, which involved the Maybach Music Group emcee threatening Complex staff, Wale revealed that he’s not in the music industry for the money and therefore takes more issue with not being included on roundups like Complex’s “50 Best Albums Of 2013″ list.
He also questioned why he wasn’t nominated for a Grammy award for The Gifted when a Kendrick Lamar song that appeared on the NBA 2K14 soundtrack and was a good kid, m.A.A.d city bonus track did receive a nomination.
“I don’t care about the money, Joe. I like the sport, yo,” Wale said. “I played sports my whole life. So, I like the competitive nature. You know what I’m saying? I like the sport of rhyming. I want to have quadruple entendres on certain records. And everybody to be rewinding ‘em. And it be in the locker room or at the lunch table talking about ‘You heard what he said?’ That’s what I care about…It’s just a combination of things, but I’m in a place now where it’s like I’m at bat trying again to do it.”
Wale also spoke on meeting his grandfather for the first time while in Nigeria filming Revolt TV’s Wale: I Am From documentary. While speaking on Nigeria, the D.C. spitter also addressed those who feel he’d be more successful if he was more vocal about his Nigerian roots.
“So, I met my grandfather for the first time. So, it was really intense,” he said. “And I don’t really show that side of myself. I like to keep my personal life away. Y’all get my emotional, but y’all don’t really get the—y’all don’t know who I’m dating…I use my real, Nigerian name. That’s the first red flag of embracing it. You know what I’m saying? My first album I sampled a famous African record. Did a video for it. I’ve worked with Wizkid. I’ve worked with [Olamide]. I’ve worked with a lot of these people. Just because they not on the U.S. radar—I don’t know if I need to go Lil Wayne on niggas and put the tattoo of a Nigerian scripture, Nigerian Yoruba scriptures on the side of my face so they can be like ‘Yeah.’ I don’t know if I gotta come in wearing an agbada or something like that. But I do my best…That’s like Drake walking around with a yamaka.”
Towards the end of Wale’s interview with The Breakfast Club, he revealed that friend and fellow rapper J. Cole is “more of a jerk” than he is and accepted the fact that he’ll never be considered a media darling.
“People love Cole and Cole’s a jerk, yo,” Wale said. “That’s one of my best friends though, but Cole is a jerk too. He’s a jerk. He’s more of a jerk than me. He’s just quiet. He’s quiet. He’s light-skinned. I’m like black ass, D.C. loud…Let’s just let it be known now that I’m not gonna be a media darling. I’m not gon’ be Janelle Monae. You know what I’m saying? Janelle Monae talented as fuck. We can do the same amount of numbers, but she can get Good Morning America. A Saturday Night Live. She can get to sit on Letterman or something like that. We can do the same amount, but I ain’t getting none of that. So, I’ve accepted it.”
This week’s interview comes one month after a recorded phone call between Wale and Complex magazine’s Insanul Ahmed was released online. During the roughly three-minute long conversation, Wale threatened to visit the publication’s office and “start knocking niggas the fuck out.”
“Fuck you, dog. You know it’s disrespect. I swear to God I’ll come to that office and start knocking niggas the fuck out,” the rapper said. “Y’all wanna see some ghetto ignorant shit? That’s what y’all promote. That’s the only thing y’all promote from niggas.”
Beats Music, the latest product from Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine’s Beats Electronics, is set to launch on January 21.
The subscription streaming service, originally called Daisy, is expected to compete with Spotify, Pandora, and Apple’s iTunes Radio. Beats Music also has Trent Reznor of Nine Inch as its chief creative officer.
In a profile of Beats Music on The New York Times, Jimmy Iovine spoke about the service. “What song comes next,” he said, “is as important as what song is playing now.”
Ben Arnold, an analyst at the NPD Group, also spoke on the new streaming provider. “If they are coming at this from a new angle, not just that we want to be the Beats version of Spotify, it’s a great idea,” he said. “If not, then you’ve got to rely on your brand. There’s something for them there, but it’s tougher.”
The marketing campaign includes an integration deal with cellular provider AT&T, a Super Bowl ad, and plugs on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.”
U2’s Bono also spoke on Beats Music. “There’s so much music to hear online, people have become a bit deaf to the choices,” he said in an email. “Jimmy believes that Beats-style curation will become the discovery model that the music business is waiting for. I would never bet against him.”
Beats Music will only be available in the United States for the time being.
UPDATE: Beats Music is now available for $9.99 a month and features a catalog of 20 million songs, according to complex.com.
The service differentiates itself by presenting several ways that it introduces the consumer to music, though its “Just For You” screen, among others.