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If that’s what you’re here for then I don’t want to be with you.
“After the end of our personal relationship, the deadline expired for taking advantage of the short-sale program.” Slim Thug says the experience left him in foreclosure, ruined his credit and cost him $200,000. But this is one of the many mistakes that led me to talking more about money as part of my work. Slim says repairs will cost about $10k because the shattered glass messed up his leather and his paint job. Insurance will cover the damage, and he enjoyed a delicious Hawaiian Rib-eye steak!Houston rapper Slim Thug writes about the results of mixing and pleasure in an article in The New York Times yesterday (March 25).“It didn’t take long to find an agent, and over time we became very close.In fact, we became too close and found ourselves at a point where pleasure became more important than business.” The rapper born Stayve Jerome Thomas says that his desire to flip a five-bedroom house spurred desire in the bedroom.They can’t just be running around with their head up in the air and passing all of us.
I have a brother that dates a White woman and he always be fucking with me about it saying, “Y’all gotta go through all that shit [but] my White woman is fine.
She don’t give me no problems, she do whatever I say and y’all gotta do all that arguing and fighting and worry about all this other shit.”My girl is Black and White.
I guess the half White in her is where she still cooks and do all the shit that I say, so we make it. She don’t be begging and I don’t gotta buy her all this crazy ass shit. She graduated from Columbia [University] and I like that about her so it’s cool.
I’ve dated girls that will buy a $3,000 bag and don’t know how to pay it off on their credit cards.
They walk around in these Louis Vuittons and red bottoms but they’re riding around in raggedy cars, so it’s just getting your priorities right.
“I was interested in selling my house to buy another one,” Slim Thug writes in“Slim Thug’s Real Estate Game Plan, Dashed By A Dalliance,” which appears in the Times’ “Your Money” section.