Drake, Jay Z, and Rick Ross All Have LinkedIn Profiles
We always foolishly assumed that today’s top rappers already had it figured out on the career front.
Wrong! It turns out that just like me and you, even the most notorious hip-hop heavyweights are open to the right opportunity.
From Rick Ross to Gucci Mane, here are some rappers’ (may or may not be false) LinkedIn profiles, which show off their resume and help them make some industry connects.
“[Insert struggle rapper] would like to connect with you on LinkedIn.” We hope Hov turned off his notifications after this one. (Shoutouts to the 69 people who endorsed him for “crowd surfing.”)
“Started from the bottom… And I’m still at the bottom because my manager won’t promote me.”
We’re scheduling an interview right after we call Rozay’s references at the “South Florida Reception Center.”
If Jay Z is the CEO of rap, then this is the face of its middle management.
After heart surgery and knowing how to code, Riff Raff’s skill set has to be one of the most sought-after in the job market. (Also, this explains why he doesn’t answer our emails.)
His connection count is pretty pathetic, but that’s probably because he disappears before receiving your inMail.
“Cash rules everything around me except when other assets provide higher risk adjusted yields controlling for liquidity preferences.”