1. Hahaha, and you called me "gangster"? 2. I didn't even threaten you; instead, I pointed out the prevalent obviousness (your weight). 3. I'm trembling at the thought of Mark Henry showing up at my front door.
1. I didn't. You bugging son.
2. I never said you did. What I am saying is in real life, you could get got for talking out your neck like that. You probably know this and wouldn't have the courage to say shit to my face. That's what I'm saying. And it's funny to me. You're bitch-made.
3. What's funny is if it got down to it, you would be. But you can pretend that you wouldn't because it'll never happen.
There's a difference between that and having an 'apathetic' image.
But I doubt you'd be sharp enough to recognize it.
Most of you probably hadn't even heard of him before this album came out.
You're really showing your age. DJ Shadow ain't all that obscure to folks that know hip-hop and are in their twenties and thirties. Most of my people know and respect dude.
Actually, I would. If I saw pictures of Zion or Promoe (two rappers who discredit material wealth in a not-so-subtle matter) dressed like that buffon Jay-Z, I would complain just as much. Especially if that transformation happened to be correlate with a new album (that changes their sound).
It makes perfect sense; think about it.
Good for you. But that's not a valid comparison. If you were as smart as you think you are, you'd know that. You can't compare them cats with Shadow, seeing as Shadow, in your words, was "apathetic." Those two think of conspicuous consumption in moral terms.
Regardless, I'm not going to respond to anything you have to counter because, as Morton was saying:
Elitist fucks like you are killing this artform.