Soulja Boy Will Be Interviewed By The Wall Street Journal Onstage At Lincoln Center Tomorrow Morning
So the Wall Street Journal has this free interview/performance series at Lincoln Center Friday mornings, chatting with such cultural titans as Wyclef Jean, Stan Lee, Russell Simmons, and Jonathan Ames. (Note: If were putting those guys in order of who'd be most qualified to become president of Haiti, Wyclef would finish third, because Jonathan Ames, seriously.) Added to that illustrious list as of tomorrow morning: Soulja Boy, a/k/a "the multiplatinum rapper who got his break by using social media to his advantage in today's digital age." He goes on at 10 a.m. This is 100 percent guaranteed to not be boring. Expect the conversation to go something like this:
Wall Street Journal: So how do you think social media has helped y-
Soulja Boy: YAHHHH TRICK YAHHHHH!!!!
WSJ: Is Twitter a valuable tool for-
SB: YAHHH TRICK YAHHHH!!!!!!!
WSJ: What about Facebook, is that-
Seriously let's revisit this, this song was awesome.
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