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Jay Z Says Being a Drug Dealer Will Help Him Be a Better Sports Agent

by Robert Littal | Posted on Tuesday, October 1st, 2013
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Some would say professional sports is as shady as the dope game. The chain of command is not that different. You have the Drug Lords (the owners), the drug dealers (the players) and the drug users (the fans).

Jay Z a former drug dealer, now sports agent, says his experiences in the dope game will help him in his new chosen profession.

“If you want to start some sort of barbershop or carwash — those were the businesses back then,” Jay-Z said, recalling the careers he once considered. “Things you can get in easily to get out of [that] life.”

While cutting hair and washing cars might not have been sexy options, they beat the alternative — death or prison.

“You have to have an exit strategy, because your window [for dealing drugs] is very small,” Jay Z said. “You’re going to get locked up or you’re going to die.”

This will probably will make corporate America a little uncomfortable, even if it is fundamentally true. Legal hustling is all it is.

We will see if Hov can get his clients like Robinson Cano that big shipment from Columbia.

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  1. TOO REAL says:

    his ass sicker than kanye

  2. Omg says:

    Drug dealers are pieces of shit! Jay Z is responsible for many deaths bc he was a drug dealer!! He helped kill/destroy not only the people he sold drugs to, but also helped kill/destroy the innocent little kids in his neighborhood! Jay Z is a piece of shit!

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