Talk:The Black Wall Street
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Unnecessary and irrelevant information?
I think that the follwing sentense which I found on the article of the Black Wallsreet does not really explain the incident. It is rather on the record label called "the Black Wallstreet" owned by the rapper the Game. Moreover, it is just deisgusting. I stronngly suggest it be removed immediately. Why do you think?--InglewoodGRidah 12:07, 9 March 2007 (UTC)
"Yayo pooped, and then Game had to whipe his bumb in the studio. Young Buck was initially shocked at the situation. Yayo's poo was very black and it was smeared on the wall, and on the street which is where Game got the idea of Black Wallstreet!
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OKLAHOMA WAS A GOOD ASS STATE
Black Wall Street is also a designation for a district in Durham's (NC) most financially active African American neighborhood, of much note during the segregation era. It was mostly destroyed by the Durham Freeway in the 1960s. I think this should be reflected on a disambiguation page and maybe a second article.
This appears to be a disambiguation page, pointing with links to articles. It seems unnecessary to provide sources on a disambiguation page, so I will remove the "unreferenced" or "lacks citations".Fconaway (talk) 07:00, 30 October 2008 (UTC) ×έἋἫἐωαΑΑ״ענםטץ