Brother From Another Mother

 On the bottom is Ryan James Howard a Major League Baseball first baseman for the Philadelphia Phillies. On top is Murda Mook an underground rapper from New York. Murda Mook is known for his freestyle battles,
 YouTube videos, and several appearances on “Smack DVD”. If you ask me the two actually look like twins. Just imagine if the two switched occupations; Ryan Howard a 6’4” 260lbs rapper would look like a damn fool spitting punch lines tall as hell. With that size rappers would intentionally lose just to avoid trouble afterwards. Here’s the good part Murda Mook playing baseball; although he’s known for his raw basketball skills, Mook stands no chance. Murda Mook stands about 5’7” 220lb that’s not even close to the average first basemen size. Murda Mook would be missing, dropping balls, and getting thrown all over the field. Baseball would never be the same with Murda’s gangster mentality.
What’s up with these baseball players looking like underground rappers? On the top is Reed Dollaz an           underground rapper from Southwest Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Reed Dollaz is known for his street              creditability and dominating rapper battles. Reed Dollaz raised in the Bartram Village Projects is nobody to F with at all. Reed Dollaz reps where he’s from to the fullest and raps about shooting guns consistently. On the  bottom is Jose Reyes a Dominican baseball player who plays shortstop for the New York Mets of Major League Baseball.
Jose Reyes made a name in the MLB for his smooth and quick baseball skills. How would things be if the two switched careers? O HELL NO Reed Dollaz on a baseball field. The fans of New York better are prepared to see players, coaches, and umpires getting threatened, if things don’t go Reed’s ways.  Wait, Wait, I just thought about it the New York Mets and the Philadelphia Phillies are long time rivals which means double trouble. Reed Dollaz and Murda Mook have had beef against each other for the longest and  
most definitely wouldn’t appreciate one another playing for their city. I feel sorry for whoever purchased      seasonal tickets to see the two teams play against.      
On the left is Ashton Kutcher an American actor, producer and former fashion model, best-known for playing Michael Kelso in the Fox sitcom That ’70s Show. On the left, coming off the bench for the Chicago Bulls is sharp shooter Kyle Korver. Oops my bad, on the left is Kyle Korver and Ashton Kutcher on the right sorry about the confusing mistake.

What if Kyle Kover decides to give Ashton the basketball shoes?  Which means the lame Kyle Korver has to be funny; I can’t wait to see him try (shaking my head). Unfortunately, this leaves Ashton Kutcher to play basketball (let me take a deep breath) with the big dogs. Getting “Punk’d” is exactly what would happen to Mr. Kutcher playing in the NBA. It’s about time the tables turned and Ashtons gets a dose of his own medicine.

 On the Left are Terrence J who is most famous for being the host of BET’s popular music video countdown show 106 & Park, which is BET’s number-one-rated show for African Americans. On the right we have Trey Songz an American recording artist, producer and actor. Pure Talented is what you call it, when describing the well-known Trey Songz.
Trey Songz is who upcoming artist dream of being and the reason why your daughters stays up all night watching videos. Trey is well rounded being able to produce, write, and sing songs he made. With all this hard work Trey has label himself as a pioneer in the game. As of the two switching tasks, Terrence has some huge shoes to fill. With Trey’s various skills, and appealing look hosting a show would be quite simple. I wouldn’t be surprised if Trey does a better job than Terrence J.

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