But are we honestly saying that Jay-Z can't support the movement in a way that benefits himself? Which is inherently selfish, yeah, but if the dude is willing to go along with them, I think that makes up for him cashing in on what I think is a pretty cool t-shirt.
Besides, Kanye was at an occupy gathering with Russel Simmons, Lupe Fiasco's done the same thing and performs in Occupy shirts, members of the 1% support the movement, that's a good thing.
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Seriously, it looks like there's blue snot coming out of his nose.
Great ... now I'll wake up to the image of the squiggly lined man dripping blue snot over me.
just a correction (unless there's a different cut off point) but jay z is in the top 20% but he doesn't make enough and he's not worth enough to be in the 1%
not surprised in his attempt to make $, but as he's not in the same position as he used to be, so, wrong move. he should do what others have been doing, using it to promote their book (michael moore) or their new comedy tour (bill maher), etc,.. via free publicity which may lead to interviews and more exposure.
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