Young Jack Thriller (B&RS)

One day, we had the opportunity to do a press event in the Bronx, and that’s where we met Young Jack Thriller. He was a comedian for G-Unit, and as fans of 50 Cent, we were excited to inquire if he would come on our show. The next night, we were live, and the interview went as planned. But after the interview, I saw an opportunity and decided to take a chance. I texted him privately and asked if he would meet with me. I was desperate for success and was making moves without telling anyone. To my surprise, he agreed. The following day, we met at the G-Unit offices, where we talked briefly before walking over to the Applebees on 42nd Street in New York City. As we walked, people recognized him everywhere we went, and I felt famous just being in his presence. But as we sat down, I made a mistake that I still cringe about to this day. I ordered a Long Island Iced Tea, the most alcoholic drink on the menu, and proceeded to embarrass myself at this business meeting. I handed him a burned CD of an episode of the Bud and Roach Show, and he sighed before graciously schooling me on the entertainment industry for the next 30 minutes. I was embarrassed, but I was also grateful for the lesson. That experience taught me a valuable lesson about the entertainment industry. It’s not just about being funny or talented. It’s also about being professional, making connections, and understanding the business side of things. I was making moves without thinking things through, and it was a wake-up call. After we parted ways, I walked out of the restaurant, drunk and alone, unrecognizable to the thousands of people walking by me on the crowded sidewalk. I shuffled my feet as I headed toward the train station, and kept my head low.

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