Duct Tape Entertainment CEO Big Bank Black Doesn’t Care for Jay-Z’s Disapproval of Money Phones
So it turns out people really care about their money phones. A short time after JAY-Z dissed the trend on his 4:44 album ("The Story of O.J.") and a few days after Boosie BadAzz defended the money making symbol, Duct Tape Entertainment CEO Big Bank Black has come forth to say he doesn't care for Hov's disapproval of money phones.
In an Instagram video he posted just a few days ago, Big Bank shoots down the idea of leaving his money phone in the past, counting a fat wad of cash while doing so. See what the DTE boss has to say in the video below.
"Right now you are witnessing a bad bitch dream, and a bitch nigga nightmare," Big Bank says in the video. "Fuck that shit JAY-Z talking 'bout. Where I'm from we show that shit." So, yeah. He's got no aspirations to quit the money phone game.
The lyrics Big Bank's referencing come in the second verse of Hov's new track, "The Story of O.J." On the song Hov raps, "Y’all on the ‘gram holdin’ money to your ear/There’s a disconnect, we don’t call that money over here."
Check out what Big Bank's got to say just below. Also, check out who 50 Cent says created the money phone.
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