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    Hip Hop Fashion Essay

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    this is something to be accepted. Recently in a Complex Magazine video blog, the magazine did a survey on how they felt about Thug’s recent attire. One person, in particular, was not a fan of this little number – Rapper Fat Joe stated, “I know I would never wear a dress.” But surprisingly, the Hip Hop millennial artist was highly supportive. Rapper A$AP Ferg gave credit to Thugs revolutionary style calling it “glam rock, hip hop, gangsta”, while “Panda” rapper Desiigner called the piece,“art”. So whose to say it wasn’t so much controversial but just flat out bold and daring? And what about Kanye West - the so-called “Leader of the High Fashion Hip Hop World”? He’s even been called the infamous homophobic “f” word by fellow rap Artist 50 Cent criticizing his fashion forward style. Kanye was also recently criticized for wearing a Celine women’s blouse to the 2011 Coachella event. * Sigh* and the list goes…

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    Rich or Die Tryin '" the movie. "Get Rich or Die Tryin '" has been the subject of my essays over the past two weeks. This week I am reviewing the film and making a distinction of the intended audience of the movie. On the surface, it would appear that the movie is attempting to reach the masses with a very entertaining story, packed with drama and action. However, upon closer observation, and depending on who is reviewing the movie, it can be concluded that the movie was produced with the…

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    50 Cent Ambition Essay

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    50 Cent’s Ambition Many people do not believe in destiny, however, even the most skeptic person must surely admit that everybody has a purpose. Our purpose is what drives and gives us the motivation to face life everybody. It is the burning desire that pushes man to be successful in all of his or her endeavors. However, we all have different personalities, backgrounds and experiences; these are the factors that push us to success therefore our achievements cannot be the same. This especially…

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    50 Cent Case Study

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    Rapper/actor 50 Cent is ordered to pay $5 million in sex-tape invasion-of-privacy lawsuit filed by Lastonia Leviston. Fox 411, July 12, 215 reported 50 Cent put a sex-tape online of and her boyfriend without permission. He added himself as the commentator. However, the $5 million fine may not be all for 50 Cent. The jurors are deliberating next week on further charges. He may be slapped with punitive damages. Apparently, 50 Cent used a 13-minute in 2009 that he received from Lastonia’s…

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    Roy was very insecure about his body so he changed how he ate in order to get the body he wanted. Roy tried to change his body to what society wants and what major companies expect. Major companies put the idea of change is the only way to live life to its fullest. In the documentaries Jean Kilbourne’s Killing US Softly 4, Miss Representation, Byron Hurt Hip-Hop beyond Beat & Rhymes. We see how hyper masculinity and hyper femininity is shaping out society. Big Companies will do any thing to…

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    50 Cent Against Racism

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    benefit from the racially structured fundamentals that is America. Yes, even 16 year old naive me. How though? I’ve even muttered a racially intended slur in my life! Professor Lee would soon go on to explain “whiteness” is a standard where background against difference can be determined. “For example, it’s “white” until further notice. It’s “white” until proven otherwise. It’s “white or it’s the “other”, and it has nothing to do with actual numbers, percentages of “minority” population.” It has…

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    Penny Argument Analysis

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    Harvard Economist Greg Mankiw one said, "It costs the mint well more than a cent to make a penny. The solution, in my view, is to get rid of the penny." This means that the penny costs more to make than they are worth. The materials that are used in the penny are expensive and taxpayers lost millions of dollars for the production of the penny. The production of pennies should be eliminated throughout the United States. It is a big part of American history, but they cost too much to produce. …

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    What if the penny became obsolete and no one ever had the opportunity to say “a penny for your thoughts?”. The battle to get rid of the penny has been an ongoing thing for quite some time now. Many people want to do away with the penny, but what they fail to realize is that getting rid of it could cause inflation and less money would go to charity. Pennies believe it or not can help people in need. Penny drives are a way to collect money to give to people who desperately need it. Washington…

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    The united states money system has been in action for hundreds of years now. Adding new bills and coins up until now. Many of these cost lots of money to produce, however, are a popular bill or coin so they are needed. The penny or the 1 cent piece has become a financial problem to produce and distribute. I am against the continued production of pennies because It cost twice as much as its worth to produce, they waste a lot of time being counted, and carrying around these heavy coins isn't worth…

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    Essay On Loss Of Pennies

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    The U.S. Mint should cease the production of pennies due to their waste of money to make, waste of time, their uselessness, and the money that the public will save from its elimination. Firstly, let's look at the penny's waste of money, the current cost to make one penny is about 1.7 cents. This is a significant increase since a century ago, when the penny was worth what the quarter is today. In 2014, the government spent $132 million on $50 million worth of pennies. In other words, we threw…

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