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Did Gucci Mane Choose Malcolm Gladwell Over "Shock Exchange" As Favorite Author? PDF Print E-mail
Image I was watching the Breakfast recently with Chalamagne, DJ Envy and Angela and they had author, Malcolm Gladwell, as a guest. Gladwell gave his take on various subjects from music to the Trump phenomenon. Then Charlamagne mentioned that Gucci Mane listed Gladwell over Shock Exchange as his favorite author ... that got my dander up. I checked the Internet, and lo and behold, I found a bromance between Gladwell and Gucci Mane:

In a New York Times profile written shortly after his release from prison, Gucci Mane explained that he spent his inside working out and reading. The books mentioned in the interview were the Bible, plus self-help books by Tony Robbins and Deepak Chopra. However, Guwop gave another insight into his reading habits on Sunday, October 23, when he tweeted Malcolm Gladwell to tell him he was his favorite author. 


I was taken aback because Shock Exchange: How Inner-City Kids From Brooklyn Predicted the Great Recession and the Pain Ahead is the most plagiarized book in the country. By definition, it's the most influential book in the country -- bar none. It's been plagiarized by Barack Obama (did you all really think Obama came up with the "We need to invest in infrastructure" idea on his own?), the Bank of International Settlements, the Senate Finance Committee , the House Ways & Means Committee and countless others. 

Gladwell is an excellent writer, but having written for the Washington Post, he also comes from the book industry. Everything he writes gets trumpeted by the New York Times, Washington Post and other mainstream media outlets. Said another way, the media ensures that the entire world knows what Gladwell is writing and saying, helping lead to his popularity. However, Shock Exchange runs the country, but for some odd reason the mainstream media outlets that trumpet Gladwell are silent on Shock Exchange. Gucci Mane built his reputation making trap music -- that heat that cannot be ignored.  That said, Shock Exchange also brings that "110 degrees in the shade," so I would have thought Gucci would have been a big fan. 

The kids of the New York Shock Exchange have been ridin' for Gucci forever son:

Lemon on the chain with the V-cuts ... Lemonade and shade with my feet up

It hurts the Shock Exchange to his heart to know Gucci ain't ridin' for us. Hey, let's let Gucci decide. Gucci, have your people contact my people ( ) so we can get you a copy of the book. The mainstream media doesn't want you reading it but if you always did what you were told then you wouldn't be Gucci.




On Shock Exchange 

With the critically acclaimed, Shock Exchange: How Inner-City Kids From Brooklyn Predicted The Great Recession And The Pain Ahead, author Ralph W. Baker, Jr. predicted the current global economic slow down, the demise of China, emerging markets and the pending stock market crash. Shock Exchange is the best book ever written on President Trump and his rise, fall, and rise to power; it is the only one written from a black perspective.

Shock Exchange has been added to the Trump Syllabus K12 compiled by Kaye Wise Whitehead, Associate Professor. Department of Communication, Loyola University Maryland.

Where to Buy:

"Shock Exchange" is available electronically through Barnes & Noble (NOOK), Amazon (Kindle), iTunes, etc. The print version is available through the following retailers and bookstores:  

Print Version: 

Amazon http://www.amazon.com/

Barnes & Noble online http://www.barnesandnoble.com/

Hampden-Sydney College Bookstore: http://cougar.hsc.edu/cgi-bin/main_inv.exe , item number: 38561. Or call Jason Huskey at 434-223-6117. 



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