Monday, July 17, 2006


Let me start by saying, by no means do I mean to undermine the Native American community by this post.

With that being said, there's always that guy. You know, the artist who believes the entire world revolves around him. The guy who expects everyone to roll out the red carpet for him because he might have made a few television appearances or appeared somewhere in the credits of a major studio motion picture. He takes his art and himself way too seriously. And, because of this, he tends to make life unbearable for those around him. If he doesn't get his way, it is his belief that his art is that important that he must steamroll over every line of decency. He rarely smiles because, well, that wouldn't be gangsta and the last thing he wants people to believe is you ain't got credibility.

He's like your friendly neighborhood rapper. The guy who swears because two people enjoyed a performance that, all of the sudden, he's God's gift to music and must devote his entire life to it. He doesn't hear the word "no" or "no thanks." It's all about him and his pursuit of fame and recognition. Because of this, he's not only fractured business relationships, but he's completely severed some personal relationships. He's known for taking serious glossy photos like this.

For all the aspiring anythings, don't be that guy.


sarahsmile3 said...

uh.......hmmm. You got some 'splainin to do.

Chrissy said...

He gives a bad name to his Indian folk. Too bad he's not the strong SILENT type. Instead, he's just the loud, angry, ignorant LAME type. Very sad, Kemosabe. :o(

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