Gangsta Rhetoric: Summary

One, respect and loyalty come first. Two, being a gangster is more than just an image; it is a mindset. A true gangster lives by these principles: honour elders, protect women and children, and respect the innocent. A true gangster’s main focus is money. Money without respect equals death. Three, You got to know when to hold ’em, know when to fold ’em, Know when to walk away and know when to run, You never count your money when you’re sittin’ at the table, There’ll be time enough for countin’ when the dealing’s done, Every gambler knows that the secret to surviving, Is knowing what to throw away and knowing what to keep, Cause every hand’s a winner and every hand’s a loser, And the best that you can hope for is to die in your sleep

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6 Responses to Gangsta Rhetoric: Summary

  1. bobdigi says:

    ..rule number four is that Kenny Rogers references lose you cred in these mean streets.

  2. bobdigi says:

    will defo try to.

  3. boobsetal says:

    the like button on FB got me all the way screwed. i dont know what we used to do in situations like this. “i acknowledge ur reply”?

  4. gnomevomit says:

    You should juxtapose the difference between a thug and a gangsta, I think there is more romanticism in thug life.

  5. boobsetal says:

    Gnomevomit, thank you for your comment. That is an excellent topic for these Gangsta Rhetoric Series. When I am done extrapolating the summary, I will go into that.

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