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The Wealthiest People in HipHop
    #4315096 - 06/19/05 10:39 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

1. Jay-Z, $320 Million

2. P. Diddy, $315 Million

3. Russell Simmons, $300 Million

4. Damon Dash, $250 Million

5. Dr. Dre, $125 Million

6. Ice Cube, $115 Million

7. Neptunes, $100 Million

8. Eminem, $75 Million

9. 50 Cent, $60 Million

10. Nelly, $55 Million

RICHEST WOMEN IN HIP-HOP:

1. Queen Latifah, $50 Million

2. Missy Elliott, $40 Million



I thought P. Diddy would be at the top with his multi-million dollar businessess..




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Re: The Wealthiest People in HipHop [Re: SkorpivoMusterion]
    #4315110 - 06/19/05 10:45 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

It sure is profitable to glorify and celebrate murder, misogyny and hate in general.





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Re: The Wealthiest People in HipHop [Re: SkorpivoMusterion]
    #4315116 - 06/19/05 10:47 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

That surprises me. I expected Eminem to be a lot higher, and didn't even know Jay-Z would be in the top 5, less likely number 1.

Some of them I haven't even heard of to begin with.


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Re: The Wealthiest People in HipHop [Re: Learyfan]
    #4315120 - 06/19/05 10:49 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

But of course.

Go all the way back to the ancient times of pillaging villages and raping their women, to the times of pirating ships and looting their gold to the times of robbing banks and banging hookers in the olde west and so on and so forth...


Content always changes, but the context remains the same.




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Re: The Wealthiest People in HipHop [Re: SkorpivoMusterion]
    #4315131 - 06/19/05 10:54 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

Wow...the richest women are lower than the lowest man.
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Re: The Wealthiest People in HipHop [Re: SkorpivoMusterion]
    #4315135 - 06/19/05 10:55 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

Hip hop waters the seeds of negativity in people.






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Re: The Wealthiest People in HipHop [Re: CaRnAgECaNdY]
    #4315137 - 06/19/05 10:56 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

As always.


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Re: The Wealthiest People in HipHop [Re: SkorpivoMusterion]
    #4315148 - 06/19/05 10:58 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

My daughter listens to hip hop, and up to this point i've been allowing it. I mean, she gets good grades, rarely gets into trouble, and seems to understand that the lyrics are not things she should par-take in.

But it still scares me alittle, with all the sex and violence in the lyrics.

Whats a father to do?


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Re: The Wealthiest People in HipHop [Re: Learyfan]
    #4315149 - 06/19/05 10:58 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

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Hip hop waters the seeds of negativity in people.





How so? Strife and destruction have been a part of humanity for as long as we've existed, and as we trace our roots back even further, we see that it exists in the most primitive of our animal ancestors.

Greed, violence, sex, all the aspects hiphop artists emphasize are the quintessential aspects of an animal's nature. Why is that negative? Do the Hindus reject Shiva as an evil part of our universe, or do they embrace him as simply another part of the Cosmos?


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Re: The Wealthiest People in HipHop [Re: Ravus]
    #4315156 - 06/19/05 11:00 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

It surprised me a little bit too.

Evidently, Damon Dash is the CEO of "Rocafella records", and the reason Jay-Z is so successful is because he owns Rocafella (together with Damon Dash) and Roca Wear... as well as a vodka company called Arnadale Vodka. He also has a stake in the New Jersey Nets.

Master P still holds the highest record, of $361 Million. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0005290/bio


But compare those figures to that of Donald Trump or Warren Buffet.

Buffet is worth $30 Billion, and Trump; 5 Billion. Although it may be profitable to advocate bling bling and booty, it'll never hold a candle to the real money-making: Investing, whether in real estate or stock markets.

It should also be noted that all these figures do not represent how much actual cash these people have in their banks... if you were to take the number of how much money Bill Gates has in his bank and compare it to how much the top richest in Hip Hop are worth, it would appear as if Bill Gates were poor compared to them..

But in reality we all know Bill Gates would crush all of them like a flea.




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Re: The Wealthiest People in HipHop [Re: SkorpivoMusterion]
    #4315182 - 06/19/05 11:04 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

I figured it was something like that. The people behind the hiphop personalities extend their investments into other endeavors I imagine, and those will be what makes or breaks many of them in the end.


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Re: The Wealthiest People in HipHop [Re: Ravus]
    #4315185 - 06/19/05 11:05 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

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Ravus said:
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Learyfan said:
Hip hop waters the seeds of negativity in people.





How so? Strife and destruction have been a part of humanity for as long as we've existed, and as we trace our roots back even further, we see that it exists in the most primitive of our animal ancestors.

Greed, violence, sex, all the aspects hiphop artists emphasize are the quintessential aspects of an animal's nature. Why is that negative? Do the Hindus reject Shiva as an evil part of our universe, or do they embrace him as simply another part of the Cosmos?




If rappers bragged about molesting children, would you be ok with that? Why not? Pedophilia has been around since the dawn of time.






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Re: The Wealthiest People in HipHop [Re: Learyfan]
    #4315192 - 06/19/05 11:08 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

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Ravus said:
Quote:

Learyfan said:
Hip hop waters the seeds of negativity in people.





How so? Strife and destruction have been a part of humanity for as long as we've existed, and as we trace our roots back even further, we see that it exists in the most primitive of our animal ancestors.

Greed, violence, sex, all the aspects hiphop artists emphasize are the quintessential aspects of an animal's nature. Why is that negative? Do the Hindus reject Shiva as an evil part of our universe, or do they embrace him as simply another part of the Cosmos?




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Re: The Wealthiest People in HipHop [Re: crystallize]
    #4315198 - 06/19/05 11:09 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

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crystallize said:
My daughter listens to hip hop, and up to this point i've been allowing it. I mean, she gets good grades, rarely gets into trouble, and seems to understand that the lyrics are not things she should par-take in.

But it still scares me alittle, with all the sex and violence in the lyrics.

Whats a father to do?



Try introducing her to some different genres of music. My daughter listens to almost everything but rap...and she chooses not to listen to it. Her favorite song is "Memory" from the play Cats :shrug:


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Re: The Wealthiest People in HipHop [Re: Learyfan]
    #4315204 - 06/19/05 11:11 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

It's only our modern society that says pedophilia is bad. Past human societies have embraced it.

I don't support it simply because I am brainwashed by modern society and don't see enough redeeming value in pedophilia to change my mind.

But remember my old friend, hating violence, greed and sexual exploits is just conforming to modern society and its expectations.


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Re: The Wealthiest People in HipHop [Re: SkorpivoMusterion]
    #4315215 - 06/19/05 11:14 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

Wow, i would have thought that russell simmons would be number one.


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Re: The Wealthiest People in HipHop [Re: crystallize]
    #4315217 - 06/19/05 11:15 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

Quote:

crystallize said:
My daughter listens to hip hop, and up to this point I've been allowing it. I mean, she gets good grades, rarely gets into trouble, and seems to understand that the lyrics are not things she should par-take in.

But it still scares me alittle, with all the sex and violence in the lyrics.

Whats a father to do?




Whatever you do, don't try and stop her from listening to it. You do that and she'll get knocked up by 50 Cent.





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Re: The Wealthiest People in HipHop [Re: alakona]
    #4315223 - 06/19/05 11:16 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

Wow, I have no clue who Russell Simmons is. Or Neptunes. Or Queen Latifah.

I need a crash course in modern society's mediocre musicians.


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Re: The Wealthiest People in HipHop [Re: crystallize]
    #4315228 - 06/19/05 11:17 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

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crystallize said:
My daughter listens to hip hop, and up to this point i've been allowing it. I mean, she gets good grades, rarely gets into trouble, and seems to understand that the lyrics are not things she should par-take in.

But it still scares me alittle, with all the sex and violence in the lyrics.

Whats a father to do?




well, i dont think there is too much you can do. you cant take it away cause she will hear it anyway. and to take it away would probably make her wanna rebel (or jsut feel free) and give her even more reason to listen to it.
if you try to get her to listen to something else, dont do it forcefully.
alot of people listen to hiphop without becoming the people they hear. but a few do.... the most you can do is be an example for her and pray for the best. (also, when shes around, listen to some nice rock, nothing too old...).
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Re: The Wealthiest People in HipHop [Re: Ravus]
    #4315232 - 06/19/05 11:19 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

Russel Simmons is like the Godfather of HipHop or something.




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