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Would you please tell your family to stop ****ing? We would all appreciate it.

I know a little somethin' somethin' about the rap game, and you have zero future and zero talent. In fact, I will go so far as to say that you will never earn a single dollar in your lifetime making o

Sad day.

I was looking forward to watching his dreams blow up in his face and having his spirit broken.

A day where he could let his nuts hang freely without criticism from JN. It's a shame.

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Sad day.

I was looking forward to watching his dreams blow up in his face and having his spirit broken.

He'll be back under an assumed name. Something like WestFloridaJetsFan, or StPeteJetsfan or loserJetsFan, or my favorite PeezeyJezzyJetsFizzy.

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Which begs the question... Who the F is Ace Hood and should we be impressed?

As per Wikipedia:

Antoine McColister, better known by his stage name Ace Hood, (also known as Young Gutta), is an American rapper. He is signed to DJ Khaled's label, We The Best Music.[

Ace Hood was born on May 11, 1988 in Port St. Lucie, Florida and raised by his mother in Broward County, part of Deerfield Beach.[2] Following a football injury in the 7th grade and after realizing he wouldn't be able to become professional, the Broward County native began to seriously consider rapping as a career.[2][1] In 2007, he met DJ Khaled outside the offices of WEDR 99 Jamz, a South Florida radio station that mainly plays hip hop and contemporary R&B music. After Ace gave him an autobiography and demo tape, Khaled asked Ace to rap over the instrumental of "I'm So Hood" and later signed Hood to his label, We the Best.[3] Ace was named with several others to the Freshmen of 09 by XXL magazine.[4]

His first album, Gutta, was released in 2008. Singles included "Cash Flow" featuring T-Pain and Rick Ross and "Ride" featuring Trey Songz. Hood also released a mixtape, Ace Won't Fold, and made a guest performance among several rappers on DJ Khaled's single "Out Here Grindin'".[3]

Ace Hood appeared on Wildstyle Radio with Rome and Hoss on WUAG 103.1FM in Greensboro, North Carolina September 7th, 2008 to promote his album Gutta along with DJ Khaled.[5]

Ace Hood along with Akon and T-Pain shot the video for Overtime at Chaminade Madonna College Preparatory. The music video features the football field with a young girl playing with high school football players. The football players features in the video are actual players from Chaminade Madonna.

Now you know.

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As per Wikipedia:

Now you know.

He was born in the Pezzy!! (For those that don't know, Port St. Lucie is know as the Peezy) It's always nice to see the youth of America reach the pinnacle of their talent. Hope he didn't spend all of his money on his necklace charm.

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He was born in the Pezzy!! (For those that don't know, Port St. Lucie is know as the Peezy) It's always nice to see the youth of America reach the pinnacle of their talent. Hope he didn't spend all of his money on his necklace charm.

What I love is that a 7th grade football injury made him realize that he couldn't go pro, so he decided to rap instead.

I wonder what his 3rd choice was (physicist?), and was there a high school guidance counselor involved at some level?

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Im about to get signed and I've been made money off this rap ****, nothing is better when people hate just to hate because that only means that im doing something right

Its easy to say this and that, but if you aint about it...You aint really **** in my eyes, I have zero talent or future or what not? Lets see you drop a freestyle, lets see how you rocking pimp

Seriously, I can out freestyle you any day of the week.

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I get over 50 messages a day from Artists around St.Pete/Tampa/Orlando and Miami who's been supporting me in this rap game and thats all that matters. I'm about to drop by June-July of this year, and when this **** drops... it's a wrap. All you need is street support down here and FLorida and it's about 100% that your gonna walk away from this **** with millions in the bank, just ask Plies and T-Pain and Ace Hood and the funny thing is...Im about to start working in the same studios and with the same cats that made it happen for these dudes. Hate all you want, say what you say, it happens to everyone but the fact of the matter is this...People that hate will be some of my biggest supporters...As far as money goes, so put it this way...Thanks for all the hate, keep it up, this is why I made this thread...I love the Lames who hate.

This is just one message from a cat who has mad talent as far as a producer goes...It's going down. And for the dummys around here, read the message from bottom to top-not top to bottom

blaze if u got it...

u can see some of "The Lab" my first friend o www.myspace.com/herbalminded

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From: PhiLLy-Stacks on the track

To: Herbal Minded

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What a pair of jackasses!

Because they don't believe Sanchez is awesome?

Yeah, ****ing tools. I mean, everyone should love him!

:)

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Because they don't believe Sanchez is awesome?

Yeah, ****ing tools. I mean, everyone should love him!

:)

No, because they acted unhappy, and unconvincingly at that, so they could get on television and ESPN could have some footage to add to their obnoxious Jets draft day video they run ad nauseum every April. I wouldn't be shocked in the least to find out that an ESPN producer slipped them $50 each to act like a pair of whiny bitches.

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No, because they acted unhappy, and unconvincingly at that, so they could get on television and ESPN could have some footage to add to their obnoxious Jets draft day video they run ad nauseum every April. I wouldn't be shocked in the least to find out that an ESPN producer slipped them $50 each to act like a pair of whiny bitches.

:rl::rl::rl:

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I need a laugh, so I had to come and visit this thread again. By the way, this clown got banned from JI.

With that being said, he is banned from Ganggreen, JI, and JN. :rl:

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Damn you. Damn you to Hell.

j/k

I can tell you know nothing about the streets, stick to that office work with that 9 to 5 making about 1,000 a week because im about to get signed ands thats all that matters in my eyes, I guess I got a record deal thats about to pay me because they already know what I bring to the table. Most cats that rap just rap...Me, I have the whole city thats pushing their white boy to the limit.

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Has nothing to do with being white/black, we call the Cops c-r-a-c-k-e-r-s

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I think DWC/DWC2/TampaBayJetsFan85/QueensTypeOfJetsFan/PhiLLy-Stacks is back among us with another user name. I won't say who I think it is, but I'm suspicious.

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I think DWC/DWC2/TampaBayJetsFan85/QueensTypeOfJetsFan/PhiLLy-Stacks is back among us with another user name. I won't say who I think it is, but I'm suspicious.

pm me it.

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