Big Sean has some choice words for Obama defectors.
“He said his plan is a ten-year plan,” Sean emphasized inside his Fountainbleau suite. “Certain things people have to pay attention to and remember patience. Things take time.”
The urgency in his impassioned tone gave no sign of exhaustion from the revelry of our previous night. First, there was his performance inside Mansion. The venue was peppered with the usual South Beach suspects, blindingly beautiful models and bottles that spewed fireworks.
This being my most recent NiteCap shared since returning from Philly after filming my first movie role alongside Lynn Whitfield, Keith David and John Diehl, I had almost forgotten that a rapper’s life was the movie.
“You good?” Sean asked scooting over next to me on the VIP couch. “Never been better bro,” I replied.
After which, the crew asked if I knew how to get to King of Diamonds.
After all, it’s where myself and Rick Ross shared my most infamous NiteCap to date, as he and his cohorts spent an estimated $1 million emptying the strip club's money tanks.
Once inside, Sean continued the club’s storied cash flow tradition. Lil Wayne chipped in buckets. Floyd Mayweather doled out hundreds with Ray J and the rest of the Money Team holding court.
“It was my first time…it was an experience for me with my crew and my fam. That’s priceless.” said the Motown emcee. “I made more money than I lost that night. That’s always good.”
After reminiscing, it was back to discussing his dreams of bettering Detroit, Kanye West, newfound fame and of course Barack.
“I hope Obama gets it,” said Sean. “He’s a great person. He has a great philosophy and great ideas.”
This article originally posted on IamPeterBailey.com.
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