Warren G Calls Bottom, Disagrees With John Paulson's Assesment Of Citi

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I've lately been searching for a one stop shop of advice on investing, drugs and hos. Currently I have to tap three different experts (Ron Isana, Larry Kudlow, Warren Buffett, respectively) when I want an expert's take and I really don't have that kind of time. So I was thrilled to see that Warren G recently spoke to Vanity Fair in a wide-reaching interview that hit my trifecta of need. As long I can unsubscribe from Ron Isana's Market Movers without getting screwed on cancellation charges, I'm going with Mr. G's services as of Monday.

Alan Greenspan recently said that "we've already seen the bottom" of this recession. Do you agree, or do you think we have further to fall?
I definitely think there's hope. We at the bottom right now. We can't do nothin' but go up. Just as long as the plans that Obama put together get a chance to work, then hopefully we'll be back on track.
In this financial climate, does it make more sense to invest in Citigroup or the Crips?
Oh, hell no! Invest in the Crips? That's crazy, man!
So you think the Bloods are a better investment?
Neither one of them! You don't wanna get involved in any of that!
You're not seriously suggesting buying Citigroup stock, are you?
None of that shit, man. I think this recession was all caused by these humongous corporations. Those motherfuckers got money. Even with the recession, those motherfuckers got money. But everybody use the recession as an excuse. Everybody in the music industry, they be like, "We can't pay you. It's the recession, it's the recession." Recession my ass, motherfuckers. People got to get paid for what they're worth. You know what I'm saying? You making a hundred thousand on a show and you only be giving me some crumbs. That shit gonna run out.

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