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Detroit, Facts, and Family: Chamillionaire Claps Back At People Who Are Criticizing Him For Helping The Family Of An Immigrant Who Was Unjustly Deported TR ๐Ÿ’ฏ๐Ÿ’ฏ๐Ÿ’ฏ๐Ÿ™Œ๐ŸพโœŠ๐ŸฟRapper @Chamillionaire has been quietly working to connect with the family of JorgeGarcia. Thanks to the Trump administration's crackdown on immigration, he was recently deported back to Mexico after living in the U.S. for thirty years with no criminal record. Jorge has also spent close to $125,000 on legal costs in efforts to get himself legalized since 2005 to no avail. _______________________________________ The man's story gained traction thanks to Detroit Free Press reporter Niraj Warikoo. Chamillionaire wanted to reach out to the Garcia family so that he could assist with their finances in Jorge's absence. Unfortunately the rapper has received backlash for "not helping his own." He took to Instagram last night where he reminded people that he is a product of immigrants and criticized them for trying to diminish the role of immigrants in the United States. _______________________________________ "A lot of people are hitting me saying, 'I'm proud of you for wanting to help an immigrant family in their time of need,' but I a lot of people are hitting saying, 'I don't understand why a Black man would want to help Mexicans' and nonsense like, 'They don't do nothing for us! Black people need to help Black people!'" Chamillionaire began. _______________________________________ "I'm sorry you feel that way, but I'm from Texas. I know a lot of y'all have been led to believe the toxic narrative that Mexicans are doing this and Mexicans are doing that like they aren't valuable contributors to our economy and our society." The rapper went on to tell some little known facts about how his biggest record "Ridin' (Dirty)" was launched to success with the help of closeโ€”(View more at TheShadeRoom.Com!) ๐Ÿ“ธ: @chamillionaire Rp @theshaderoom
Detroit, Facts, and Family: Chamillionaire Claps Back At People
 Who Are Criticizing Him For Helping
 The Family Of An Immigrant Who Was
 Unjustly Deported TR
๐Ÿ’ฏ๐Ÿ’ฏ๐Ÿ’ฏ๐Ÿ™Œ๐ŸพโœŠ๐ŸฟRapper @Chamillionaire has been quietly working to connect with the family of JorgeGarcia. Thanks to the Trump administration's crackdown on immigration, he was recently deported back to Mexico after living in the U.S. for thirty years with no criminal record. Jorge has also spent close to $125,000 on legal costs in efforts to get himself legalized since 2005 to no avail. _______________________________________ The man's story gained traction thanks to Detroit Free Press reporter Niraj Warikoo. Chamillionaire wanted to reach out to the Garcia family so that he could assist with their finances in Jorge's absence. Unfortunately the rapper has received backlash for "not helping his own." He took to Instagram last night where he reminded people that he is a product of immigrants and criticized them for trying to diminish the role of immigrants in the United States. _______________________________________ "A lot of people are hitting me saying, 'I'm proud of you for wanting to help an immigrant family in their time of need,' but I a lot of people are hitting saying, 'I don't understand why a Black man would want to help Mexicans' and nonsense like, 'They don't do nothing for us! Black people need to help Black people!'" Chamillionaire began. _______________________________________ "I'm sorry you feel that way, but I'm from Texas. I know a lot of y'all have been led to believe the toxic narrative that Mexicans are doing this and Mexicans are doing that like they aren't valuable contributors to our economy and our society." The rapper went on to tell some little known facts about how his biggest record "Ridin' (Dirty)" was launched to success with the help of closeโ€”(View more at TheShadeRoom.Com!) ๐Ÿ“ธ: @chamillionaire Rp @theshaderoom

๐Ÿ’ฏ๐Ÿ’ฏ๐Ÿ’ฏ๐Ÿ™Œ๐ŸพโœŠ๐ŸฟRapper @Chamillionaire has been quietly working to connect with the family of JorgeGarcia. Thanks to the Trump administration's crack...

Basketball, Crazy, and Facebook: 0 TODAY THEYLL CALL YOU CRAZY TOMORROW THEY WILL CALL YOU BOSS Yes, entrepreneurs are โ€œcrazy.โ€ They are insanely driven to bring that thing they see to fruition. And they need to be because of the amount of effort they go through in making something out of nothing. Founders create on a blank canvas; founders are closer to artists than they are to engineers or business people. They make things happen. And they need this perseverance and tenacity and resilience to drive them through those obstacles, because rationally, it would make a lot more sense to just exchange your labor for money. - Not everyone is made to be an entrepreneur and a big mistake some young entrepreneurs make is wanting to become an entrepreneur because itโ€™s cool. โ€œmy friends are doing it,โ€ or โ€œlook at the CEOof Facebook, I can do it too.โ€ Itโ€™s like wanting to play the lottery or wanting to become an NBA basketball star because you think itโ€™s cool. With all due respect, this is a big problem. Being an entrepreneur is a dirty, finger nail-breaking, hard, backbreaking, exhausting job. It looks good on paper, but the biggest mistake young entrepreneurs make is confusing it with a job. Itโ€™s not. - Do you have what it takes? Comment below!๐Ÿ‘‡ - success entrepreneur millionairementor
Basketball, Crazy, and Facebook: 0
 TODAY THEYLL CALL YOU CRAZY
 TOMORROW THEY WILL
 CALL YOU BOSS
Yes, entrepreneurs are โ€œcrazy.โ€ They are insanely driven to bring that thing they see to fruition. And they need to be because of the amount of effort they go through in making something out of nothing. Founders create on a blank canvas; founders are closer to artists than they are to engineers or business people. They make things happen. And they need this perseverance and tenacity and resilience to drive them through those obstacles, because rationally, it would make a lot more sense to just exchange your labor for money. - Not everyone is made to be an entrepreneur and a big mistake some young entrepreneurs make is wanting to become an entrepreneur because itโ€™s cool. โ€œmy friends are doing it,โ€ or โ€œlook at the CEOof Facebook, I can do it too.โ€ Itโ€™s like wanting to play the lottery or wanting to become an NBA basketball star because you think itโ€™s cool. With all due respect, this is a big problem. Being an entrepreneur is a dirty, finger nail-breaking, hard, backbreaking, exhausting job. It looks good on paper, but the biggest mistake young entrepreneurs make is confusing it with a job. Itโ€™s not. - Do you have what it takes? Comment below!๐Ÿ‘‡ - success entrepreneur millionairementor

Yes, entrepreneurs are โ€œcrazy.โ€ They are insanely driven to bring that thing they see to fruition. And they need to be because of the amount...