QUOTE (Cshel86 @ Dec 1 2012, 08:16 PM)
Am I the only one that sees Floyd as "the big dummy" in this situation? As someone mentioned earlier, Floyd doesn't have any endorsement deals, and 50 already put it out there that Floyd doesn't have an account or business manager for the type of money that he has.
People take pages out of 50's book and make things happen. Floyd seems like one of those dudes who get offended when you try to help him, and as his best friend, I'd be pissed at him for being such a numbskull too.
I mean who tha hell gets out of jail and starts buying Lambos and $300k chains? Seriously...I know he was only gone for 60 days, but only a nuthugging idiot will overlook the money that he shelled out for lawyers, court fees, etc. How many celebrities have we seen take a financial dive because of repeated legal woes?
If he REALLY had it like that, then he wouldn't have spent a day in jail. If he had it like that, then he would've been doing his time like Martha Stewart, rather than damn near rotting and eating standard commissary items.
50 has been known as a snake for his whole career, but one thing NEVER fails to manifest...the post-condition of people that he did business with. He tried to make sure they were financially stable, but they didn't listen. It's like all of the people that had ties to Jay-Z are pissed at him now. None of those knucklehead mofos listened, and now they're broke and blame-shifting.
Here's the area in which I think Floyd comes off as the "big dummy": The fact that he actually considered 50 to have a genuine, selfless interest in him as a friend. Nothing in 50's history has indicated such....as far as we know. The other stuff, IMO, is white noise. At the end of the day, if you were EVER, EVER, EVER, EVER, EVER friends, you don't put your dude shit out there...especially after it looked as though you were trying to run ye ole "okie doke" on him.