Discussion in 'The Booth' started by LieutenantDan, Jun 2, 2020.
Jay already addressed this on Electrónicas album
Whatever happened to Inspire Change & The NFL? Look like he just sold some dummies t-shirts
4:16 for classic flex cornball shyt.
how you gunna talk about something this serious and still include your little bomb drops every 5 seconds? if you gunna have a real conversation let's have it without your gimmicks.
You spend your life online studying shyt from the United States, you could have looked it up before trying to fish for daps you dap demon.
"Recently in partnership with the Players Coalition the NFL Player-Owner Social Justice Working Group announced a $3.05 million donation to support COVID-19 relief in predominantly African American communities as part of the league’s social justice funding.
Also included in the $44 million total social justice contribution are this year’s club-player matching social justice funds."
Are you black?
Its amazing how people don't look online for information
All of it is there
I'm sure that poster have a smartphone
Thats a complete super computer in his hands
Funny thing is I have never ever seen flex doimg anything for black people
No funkmaster flex scholarship?
How about flex put up his charity's and what he done for his people
Against what Jay have done since 98
I wonder how that would go
NYC really allows this corny dude to live this long. Shoulda been put to sleep
Where was flex during this time
Or when jay was in Africa with the water pumps
Or when jay sent team roc lawyers to help pro bono to different Civil matters
Doing car shows ?
Shut the fukk up bytch ass Taco Bell eating nikka, why don't you address the Mexicans assaulting black people in LA & Chicago
Also you can ask any black person on this form if any of that money reached or helped them and they'll say no.
remember Haiti & Wyclef
You wanna be right no matter what huh
Respect to your "truth"
Flex a bytch
I don't support him or his station
Flex a legend
A legend at hate
He have never cared about being on thr front lines
I'm a born and bred Brooklyn kid
Fkex about his car shows and thats it real talk
Poetic justice: how Jay-Z became a civil rights champion