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One of the fundamental ways that we can properly change society moving forward is through the education system. Our leaders of today are so influential in the future because children use them as a framework of success. Which cause them to mirror and match their every move.

Since the genesis of hip-hop and rap music, education has been a minimal focus of the musical content. Often rappers applaud not going to school and “making it.” But what does that really mean?

Children growing up in today lack value of the education system due to pop culture. Only aspiring to be rappers, singers or ball players.

However, as of late African-Americans several successful athletes, entertainers, and artists have advocated for more civically engagement people of the world. LeBron James saying in one commercial, “We don’t need another LeBron James.” While this is great for his brand it is also great for the motivation of our young people.

Subsequently, prompting a rapper to advocate for the education system. Well, what better candidate than Nicki Minaj. Who has been very successful recently despite being in the tabloids a lot lately due to her beef with colleague Remy Ma. Unfortunately resulting in several members of the industry calling her a bully at times.

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source: AP News; NOLA

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