Why do people try to impress others in the wrong fashion? Yesterday I went out on a job observation shadowing two young men. One had been working with this company for about 6 months the other maybe 2 weeks. The entire day was cool. I was able to see two different positions within the company, how the company signed new clients and kept those they already had, I also saw teamwork while in the field. Nice! As the day came to an end we all were more comfortable with one another. We were singing and rapping to Drake on the way back to the office when 2week guy asks "so you a Drake fan, what was his first song ever?" -_- really? Because I said I have his current album. Then he goes into "he ain't even in my top10 of favorite rappers" I said that's nice, he doesn't pay any of my bills so clearly idgaf. Maybe too far, but when I'm annoyed, I'm annoyed. All of a sudden this guys telling me how he knows the music business and he hangs out with Young Buck and some other rapper guy obviously not that important that I can't even remember his name and he's no groupie he "be on stage with them at shows." Okay you want a cookie? Was that supposed to earn you cool points or what? My confusion is I've just spent a good amount of time with you on your job, asked you about your opinions on your standing with this company (nit that promising) yet "yo rapper homies" can't put you on since you're always with them and know the music business so well. Highly confused. Someone, anyone please explain this to me.
WRITTEN BY: VIOLA CONSTANCE | @Voila_its_Viola