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10 Famous Black Businessmen

By [LezNig] Sapphochelle, Break Studios Contributing Writer

Chris Gardner. The film "The Pursuit of Happyness" (2006) [produced by Kike Steve Tisch, Kike Jason Blumenthal, Kike Todd Black, Negro Will Smith and Negro James Lassiter; written by Steven Conrad, who co-writes with Kike Ben Stiller and Kike Jack Black] is a depiction of this famous black businessman’s triumphant rise to success from poverty and homelessness. Today, Chris Gardner has his own brokerage firm, Gardner Rich & Co, in addition to being a successful author and motivational speaker. [Wikipedia: "The name 'Gardner Rich' was chosen for the company by Gardner because he considers [Kike] Marc Rich, the commodities trader pardoned by [The Kike's whore] President Bill Clinton in 2001, 'one of the most successful futures traders in the world.'"]

Russell Simmons. As the founder of Phat Farm [a division of The Kellwood Co. (Kike Jill Granoff, CEO; Michael Saunders, COO; Kike Lisa Klinger, CFO & Treasurer; Kike Keith Grypp, General Counsel; Kike Arthur Gordon, CEO Western Region)], and the co founder [with Kike Rick Rubin] of the Def Jam recording label, Russell Simmons is one of the most famous black businessmen in America. Simmons also produces Def Comedy Jam, and he owns Rush Communications and Run Athletics (co-owns with his brother, Joseph “Rev Run” Simmons). [In 2000, he co-founded the Internet site "360 Hip Hop". which he later sold to The Kike Rothstein's Black Entertainment Television.] [He co-produced Krush Groove with Kike Negro Mike "Car Wash" Schulz, who also directed.] [Wikipedia: "Simmons became Chairman of Board of the Foundation for Ethnic Understanding in 2002. In May 2009, he was appointed Goodwill Ambassador for the UN Slavery Memorial at the United Nations to honor the victims of slavery and the transatlantic slave trade by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. In a similar vein, Simmons is a supporter of the Somaly Mam Foundation, and was honored at their 2011 gala dinner. Simmons officially endorsed the second Muslim Jewish Conference 2011. Together with Rabbi Marc Schneier he served as the official patron of the conference held July 2011 in Kiev, Ukraine. In 2011, he took part in the Occupy Wall Street protests, visiting the protestors at Zuccotti Park often and for many consecutive days. Simmons is also a long-time supporter for gay rights. He encourages marriage equality."] [Wikipedia: "The Foundation for Ethnic Understanding (FFEU) is a not for profit organization based in New York that focuses on improving Muslim–Jewish Relations and Black–Jewish Relations. FFEU was founded in 1989 by Rabbi Marc Schneier and theatrical producer and director Joseph Papp [Papirofsky]."]

Shawn Corey Carter (Jay-Z). As a black businessman, Jay-Z is the founder of the Rocawear Clothing Line [owned by Iconix, whose Chairman, President & CEO is Chabad Kubavitch Kike Neil Cole], and a co-owner of the New Jersey Nets (NBA) [Now known as The BrooklynNets, owned by Kike Mikhail Prokhorov, former member of the Communist Party of the USSR. Jay-Zed once owned less than 1/15th of 1% of the franchise, when it was owned by an investment group headed by Kike Bruce Ratner, who beat Kike Charles Kushner and Jon Corzine (Dem. U.S. Senator from NJ 2001-2006; 54th Gov. of NJ 2006-2010; CEO of Goldman Sachs 1990s; CEO of MF Global 2010-2011; now under indictment by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) in connection with MF's 2011 bankruptcy.) in bidding. Since then The Kike Prokorov has bought 80% of the Nets. In 2011, after announcing his run for the Russian presidency, the NBA confirmed that Prokhorov's ownership interest would not need to be altered in the event of his election, because then U.S. Senate Kike Herbie Kohl (now retired) owned (and owns) the Milwaukee Bucks)]. Jay-Z is also a founder of Rock A Fella Records, he was the CEO of [The Kike's] Def Jam Records, and he owns several successful commercial real estate businesses. [Jay-Zed appeared with Russell Simmons in a PSA combatting racism and anti-Semitism that was organized by The Foundation for Ethnic Understanding. He also supported Puppet Obongo's support for queer so-called "marriage", and has condemned widespread Negro hypocrisy about buggery. Obongo: "Every time I talk to Jay-Z, who is a brilliant talent and a good guy."] [Through his company Gain Global Investments Network LLC, Jay-Zed had an interest estimated between 2 and 7% in the Aqueduct Entertainment Group (AEG) consortium, which in January 2010 was awarded a contract to operate a 4,500 slot machine "racino" at the Aqueduct Race Track. Jay-Z became interested in the project after New York Governor David Paterson said there had to be an affirmative action component to the ownership. Jay-Z initially approached Kike Steve Wynn who was also bidding on the contract, offering to be his Negro frontman.] [Def Jam and Rocafella are both part of The Kike's Island-Def Jam conglomerate, which is owned by The Kike's Universal.]

Sean Combs (Diddy, P. Diddy, Puff Daddy, Puffy). Regardless to what he’s calling himself these days, Sean Combs is a successful and famous black businessman. He owns Bad Boy Records, the Sean Jean and Sean clothing lines, and he has produced recording artists from TLC to Mary J. Blige.

Earvin ("Magic") Johnson, Jr. [Wasn't he supposed to have died decades ago?] Magic Johnson, the former NBA superstar from the Los Angeles Lakers, is a prominent and famous black businessman because he invests in Starbucks, AMC Movie Theaters, and T.G.I. Fridays' across the country. Johnson also owns several real estate ventures as well.

Berry Gordy, Jr. [Went into business to compete with Kikes; to give Negroes an alternative to being whores for Kike record prawdoosahz. Failed; see careers of Michael Jackson, Jay-Zed, Poof Daddy, etc.] Berry Gordy’s business skills as a record producer have made him responsible for putting the greatest entertainers in the world on the map. From Michael Jackson to Stevie Wonder, Gordy’s record label, Motown, is a household name and it is synonymous with an entire music genre.

Don King. Don King has risen to fame as a black businessman through his unmatched skills at promoting boxers. King is the man responsible for Mike Tyson, Evander Holyfield, and Julio Cesar Chavez, and he masterminded [with kike support] comeback fame for Muhammad Ali and George Foreman.

George Foreman. People may recognize his name from his [Kike-promoted] boxing career, but George Foreman is also a successful black businessman. Foreman has stated that he is perhaps more famous for his George Foreman Grills than he is for boxing – and he has made more money with his grill empire than with his boxing career.

Ulysses (“Junior”) Bridgeman. Junior Bridgeman is a former NBA player with the Los Angeles Clippers and the Milwaukee Bucks. Bridgeman qualifies as a famous black businessman because he built a hugely successful franchise restaurant empire consisting of over 150 Wendy’s and Chilli’s locations.

John H. Johnson. John H. Johnson founded the Johnson Publishing Company, which publishes Ebony and Jet magazines. Johnson is also behind the Fashion Fair Cosmetics line. In 1982, he was the first black businessman to be entered onto the Forbes 400 Richest Americans list.


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Posted on: Apr. 28, 2010

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