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Episode 258 August 25, 2022 00:31:18
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BTG For President Episode #258

You don’t become an OG just off of age. You have to put in the work and even reevaluate your life. Upgrades throughout the journey and not being selfish with paying respect to your peers and who you look up to. Don’t be ashamed to admit if others are in a place where you want and need to be. Respect their hustle and sacrifice.

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