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BIG BANK 🏦 XO

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BIG BANK 🏦 XO

My mama say stay out of jail

My daddy he never was there

My grandma said boy don’t you fail  

My teachers thought I was a failure...

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 “This my year you can’t tell me nothing got a girl on the west turn her into something” 👑 Quoted by DJ XO

Houston’s own Artist/Producer & song writer brings us a reminder of a Texas worldwide classic sample track from the legendary group Geto Boys Mind Playing Tricks On Me with a soulful bounce of lyrics

Big Bank take Little Bank. 

 

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The Young Legend DJ XO stay stylin.

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Food With Beyoncé

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Food With Beyoncé

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After spending time in Beyoncé’s home town Houston Texas  seating court side for the Houston Rockets playoff game 6.

The happily married couple stops by one of the top steakhouse  restaurants in the city B&B Butchers & Restaurant for a to go plate to enjoy back on their private jet home. 

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Bey & Hov Game6

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Bey & Hov Game6

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Houston Queen Beyoncé &  Husband Jay Z fashion by Roc Nation x Puma court side Game 6 for the Houston Rockets home playoff game . Watch #Beyonce Homecoming on #NetFlix 

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Trae Helps Houston

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He and DJ Mr. Rogers are on their social media platforms encouraging people to "TURN AROUND, DON'T DROWN" and they will come to get you in a big truck if needed.

Relief gang is out to rescue those in high-water

Trae Tha Truth and DJ Mr. Rogers rescued many scared drivers from their stalled cars during Tuesday's storm.

The team also rescued stranded kids from Woodbridge Forest Middle School in Porter.

"Some of the sadder moments were seeing the kids cry. It was like a mixture of crying for happiness and crying because they never intended on being stuck inside of a school all night," Trae said.

Trae has been rescuing people from high waters since Hurricane Ike in 2008. He says he and Rogers aren't doing it for recognition, but because it's the right thing to do.

"This where we get our excitement at. Helping people, most definitely," Trae said. 


If you need help, Trae has set up a hotline at 713-212-5937.

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