....Oh why oh why are my people so complicit in their stupidity?----To all of you whom have posted that having your Bentley repossessed doesn't mean one is financially broken-- then please do tell what does it mean???
Now I must take into account that for most of you, by having 200 dollars in your savings account means you are doing well, and that's good for you and your type of people pecking order position.
However, when you are in the supposed-- Big Leagues-- getting your cars repossessed means--- YOU ARE INDEED BROKE-- why else would one be defaulting on one's loans?--- Because it's fun to have your name out there as getting your property repossessed???
Common people do not seem to understand that perception in the entertainment industry is everything. If it is even rumored that one is having cash issues, even if one is not--- you will be SOON.
You see, getting your vehicles and or other properties taken away through repossessions and or foreclosures is the kiss of death in the entertainment industry---no one wants to do business with someone out here that can't pay his or her car notes--it's not a good look.
So if it is to be true that Sir, Shad "Bow Wow" Moss has indeed gotten his Bentley repossessed-- (he is worse than broke, he is in deep debt)
No one in this industry allows for his or her high-end vehicle to be repossessed unless he or she has no other choices.
In L.A. your vehicle represents your position--it is more important than your house, you lose it, you lose perception, you lose perception-- then it's just a matter of time before you lose the game.
PS...To Mr. Moss, if you by slight chance read this--- as I know many black entertainers in the industry do read MTO---- hope your financial difficulties, if at all true, are temporary and lenient.
However, coming from someone that knows--- your strongest creative *** lies in your acting abilities. As you know the music industry is the hardest way to make a living these days in our business.
Have whom ever is your current management representatives contact us over at CAA, I'm sure he or she will have the number, and if you are not currently contractually bound to another agency-- there are some upcoming package adaptations for both big and small screens, I am more than certain we could fit you into
Good day and good luck....Artofwar