this is one of those “dumb” moments we all have.
the one where after we say something,
we catch ourselves with a heavy “wait a minute…“.
so nba baller wolf,
said on his hbo show,
“In the NFL they got a bunch of old white men owning teams and they got that slave mentality,” James said. “And it’s like, ‘This is my team. You do what the f— I tell y’all to do. Or we get rid of y’all.’ ”
…which is a solid opinion.
the combine is like a modern day slave auction.
well nfl baller wolf for the chargers,
disagrees with what king james had to say.
he gon’ say on “tmz sports”…
I don’t know all the owners—I know my owner. And, my relationship with my owner has been phenomenal,” Gates said. “And, it’s sports. You know what I mean? You get paid to play. … We all know what we sign up for.”
antonio walked right into that one.
i’ve been thinking a lot about working and realistically,
we are all slaves in some way.
escorts may think they have no “boss”,
but they have to smash/smashed in order to see a check.
they are slaves to whoever is “paying for their gaying”.
the public are the bosses to every celeb out here.
our money and support keep them employed.
if we are working “9 to 5” tho,
we are owned by whoever signs our checks.
there is really no freedom in having a desk job.
it’s not like having a career.
we have to hustle for vacation and sick time.
we work all week to look forward to the weekend.
dame dash is quoted as saying in a ’15 breakfast club interview:
“How can another man call another man boss? That’s like calling another man daddy.
even tho dame is dame,
and he has his moments,
that shit stuck with me when i first heard it.
so freedom is my mindset for 2019.
like some of you,
i don’t want to be a slave to a “9 to 5” any longer.
lowkey: doesn’t the nba have team owners as well?
isn’t king james owned too?
not only by the general public,
but by a team owner as well?
article cc: the bleacher report