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Performed by Jay-Z
Written by Jay-Z (as S. Carter), Tim Mosley (as T. Mosley)
Published by Lil' Lulu / EMI Blackwood Music Inc. / Warner Chappell Publishing o/b/o itself and Virginia Beach Music (BMI)
Courtesy of Roc-A-Fella Records, LLC
Produced by Timbaland for Timbaland Productions, Inc. See more »
How much money was paid to the distributor to sign off on the absolute worst film I have ever seen? The only reason I saw it was that I was sick at home for 3 days and caught it on HBO. Why would an African American write this script, direct and produce this and finally watch it? I don't understand. What was the point of this defecation besides the product placement? This movie is a self-inflicted insult upon anyone that actually likes this movie. Goes to show you the artistic edge a moronic grunt has when he/she is handed a pile of cash faster than it takes to read a book. If I haven't thrown up already then I'd probably.....oh wait, I just did.
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