Willie D: You Can Become a Millionaire Off $10K if You Invest it the Right Way (Part 8)

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Willie D opened up to VladTV about Trick Daddy telling people that if you have more money in your closet and driveway than your bank account, you’re broke. Willie said that Trick Daddy’s observation was spot on, as he explained that a $100,000 necklace will never be a good investment, adding that you’d be lucky to get back ten cents on the dollar. 

Speaking from personal experience, Willie also shared that cars are never a good investment, which led to a discussion about the possibility of a black-only economy. To hear Willie D’s thoughts, including how he thinks there are too many variables working against the black community, hit the above clip.


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