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Sell Me Anything, Miss Shakur

By 01.11.10

Once upon a time, women were objectified, used a mere props in advertising campaigns to help sell expensive things such as cars like the one pictured above. That was before America became ultra PC. Looking @ the pics, I think Miss Shakur could convince me to buy that vehicle. Hell, I would almost think of buying a horse too, even though I have no use for a horse. It all ties into the original idea that rappers could save money by just employing a few of these aspiring young ladies to shake their money makers in videos. What men buy is directly influenced by women. Call me sexist; I consider it capitalism and opportunity working together to do the bidding.

Respect: Dynasty Series


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