Soulja Boy Tellem: He’s Too Cool For School (College)
I have some issues with Soulja Boy.
He’s got that thick skull that makes you wanna slap him in the back of his noggin’ as if to say, “What the heck are you thinkin?”
He’s too cool for college…those are my words, but that’s his attitude.
Recently, Soujla Boy hit “The View” with Sherri beaming, Joy and Elisabeth nnot saying too much, and the wise mother hens, Whoopi and Barbara, asking the important questions and making the really important comments.
I guess he’s gonna end up on the back burner. No body cares about you if you aren’t making money. Didn’t Soulja Boy learn that from life yet?
Duh! I could only wish I had Barbara Walters and Whoopi Goldberg asking me about making sound financial and education choices when I was 18.
Lordy, I hate that he is such a huge influence over youth and leading them down a path of no college. Sigh.
Here are some celebs who did go to college:
Adam Sandler: Yes, funny and annoying and a college grad. New York University with a degree in Fine Arts.
Jodie Foster: attended Yale University…and she was popular, too.
Keshia Knight-Pulliam – Yes, little Rudy Huxtable is all grown up. Following the Cosby years, fans didn’t see much of Keshia Knight Pulliam. But after graduating from Spelman College with a degree in Sociology, Keshia shed her “baby” image, appearing in lingerie layouts, and starring in films with more grown-up themes….[Not to mention her TV dad is a real-life doctor) Dr. William Cosby.]
Gabrielle Union – This be-dimpled beauty is most known for donning a cheerleader’s uniform in 2000 film, Bring it On. But this actress has been seen in a slew of movies. Nonetheless, few realize that she possesses a degree in Sociology from UCLA.
Terrence Howard – Iron Man’s original sidekick, Terrence Howard (also a Best Man star in 1999) has a lot of skills. In addition to being a proficient guitar player, this Hollywood star holds a degree in Chemical Engineering.
Hill Harper – Hill Harper has been a staple on both the small and big screens since 1994. But the corny “Forty Ounces of Love” singer from 1998 movie, Hav Plenty—graduated magna cum laude from Brown University, and even has a degree from Harvard Law School.