Fine ending to a good show. But why is JayZ bragging about his Drug Empire?
Why the finale’s predictability was its best quality.
I should have seen that ending coming, because it was the only way Breaking Bad could end: Walter White killed by an unforeseen ricochet from his own gun, an unintended consequence of his final master plan. That’s been the show’s center from the very first episode, the way each decision we make has unintended consequences, and how deadly and destructive they can be, even when the decision is made for the best possible reasons.
JayZ admits that he learned some of his current business strategies on the streets. “I know about budgets. I was a drug dealer,” he said. “To be in a drug deal, you need to know what you can spend, what you need to re-up. Or if you want to start some sort of barbershop or car wash—those were the businesses back then. Things you can get in easily to get out of [that] life.”
That troubled history is long gone now. http://huff.to/18JKKvK
He was invited to the ceremony of inauguration of the President of the United States of America in January where his wife didn’t sing the National Anthem. Instead she lip synced it very well.
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