Recently friend of the site and fellow “Man of Honor” Darryl Frierson of Ashy2Classy.net penned an article on the losers (my word) who had something to say about the charitable contributions of Andre “Dr. Dre” Young and Kevin Durant.
People were upset at Dr. Dre for donating 35 Million dollars to the University of Southern California (USC) instead of (insert random HBCU here) and mad at Kevin Durant for “not giving enough” to Oklahoma City for the tornado disaster. In my school (and obviously the same school that Darryl was raised in) you stay out of another man’s pockets unless you yourself are doing something. Too often in our Twitter age do we take on this guise that Celebrities are non-people who must bend to the demands of the hive. It becomes frustrating for everyone involved and it becomes especially disgusting when it’s a charity that is being questioned by those who probably never contribute in their daily lives.
From Diggame on Ashy2Classy: One of the things I have tried to live by consistently is that “you should never worry about or count another man’s money.” I don’t question any man’s idea of what he wants to do with his money because it is his. I may not understand what that man does with his money but I will never question what he does with it. Some call it “meat peepin” and others like me call it “watching another man’s piss”. People need to in paraphrasing Snoop Dogg “keep their mind on THEIR MONEY”. This past week two incidents have brought this idea full circle in people wanting to clock, attribute, and disperse how much Kevin Durant and Dr. Dre donates. (Continue reading here)
Every time I take someone to task about complaining about what a man with money does with his money it normally turns into an argument where the accuser projects their broke state of affairs unto the situation. Dre and Durant can spend money on whatever the hell they want, as long as it isn’t to the detriment of other human beings.
“Get your hand out my pocket!”
Who are these people levying concern on what rich people spend on? What do they aim to gain out of writing articles, blowing up Twitter, and making noise about it? A pity donation to keep them quiet? Folks, we must rise above and beyond the jealousy, hate, and loser antics of the expected. Mind your business, pursue your ambitions, and handle your money; what John, Peter, and Mike are doing on the other side of town is their business and the last thing they want to hear is your opinion on it.
Stay classy and rise above the need to whine for what you don’t have, or whine as a sideways diss to those who do. From over on this side it all seems like projecting and you end up looking every bit the loser for saying something about it.See some words or phrases that you don't understand? Check out The Dragon's Lexicon.