Boko Haram Exposed!
Let's add yet another role for the actor known as Eddie Griffin.
Hahahah Really? How stupid they must be to think we believe this bullshit anymore. I'll tell you what you can do if you don't believe me that this actor is who I say he is. Just watch some of the other videos that the media has produced about this phony group and I will guarantee you the individuals you will find on those productions will be associates of Eddie and 2pac as well as his girlfriend and or wife and other family members. That's how they roll.
Originally Published on: Nov 20, 2015 @ 18:36
Legend building is big business when it comes to the music industry. The artists don't own the name that the studio gives them. Therefore, the studio has the rights to do whatever they wish with the artist. When the artist is passed their prime, or they feel that they need them to play a different role than they have the option to legend them and then boost up the value of their merchandise.
Another reason why they do this is to preserve the memory of the artists in their fans minds as being in their prime. No one wants to see an 80-year-old Elvis signing autographs at the mall.
Amazing. It's clearly him. Start to wonder why nobody recognized him before... so obvious.
Yes, it's obvious once Ed points it out so clearly! I've found it's so true about lodging a certain look in the fan's mind. Jane Fonda, for example. I remember her a certain way with a certain look so clearly. Yet when I looked through her photos online almost none of them matched my memory. So could she be playing Nancy Pelosie now? Sure could. Also JFK's photos were set up to make him as handsome as could be. You'd never guess he came back as Carter, until Ed makes it obvious.
Watching all of these "real world" performances is more entertaining than watching the movies and listening to the music of these actors and singers. Thank you Ed!!