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Steve Stoute Interview at The Breakfast Club (Full) (02/26/2014)

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Roy S says:

Stoute is full of shit. Niggas didnt think like that when they started in
the rap game. They thought about fame and fortune. Everyone had stardom in
their eyes. This whole bullshit about THE STREETS HAVING A VOICE is a bunch
of shit. Niggas rhymed about the only shit that they knew.

HHM UNCUT says:

Roy S – Even if Russell Simmons did it for the money. Who does not get in a
career or start a career and want to financially gain? Every industry and
institution is built to accumulate income. So whats your gripe? Most kids
with good parents encourage their children to find a passion and pursue it,
in hopes that what you love can take care of you and you family. I respect
every ones opinion , but in life ppl thought process is based of their
current conditions and agendas. Steve speaks purely from a business aspect.
He is giving ppl who watch this video a perspective from the eyes of a
business man. Not to reference a rapper but there are levels to everything
and in business you have to have a business mind, attitude and vision. One
of the main problems we have in the urban community is were quick to look
at or find a negative in something, that another person can use as
knowledge and turn it time applied knowledge. Alot of what he said in this
video can help an entrepreneur brand, strategies and execute a dream. 

Ange Ouloupohi says:

Yall see the rainbow gay ass flag in that studio tf they promoting gay
??????

Darren Seals says:

It should’ve been called “The Bleaching Of HipHop”…………These
industry faggots that don’t even come from the culture ruined it 

filfy rich says:

we need a Steve Stoute in london help us out

moomoo hakim says:

I AGREE WITH EARL…PAC TSLKED ABOUT THE SELLING OUT OF THE CULTURE TOWARDS
THE END.

Ello M Skrilla says:

WOW, that was a great interview! Probably one of the Breakfast Club top 5
interviews of all time, up until now. 

COSMO JOE says:

The man is a coon & a sellout. Behind closed doors he tap dancing for his
master

Lorenzo Davis says:

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Release Date:
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Benjamin Velazquez says:

Smh look at this guy

EviLBeatZ says:

How this channel only have 1,78 subs?

Earl Sutton says:

That’s why I still listening to Tupac to this day.

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