But as the Texas native prepares for a move out to the West Coast he's already envisioning a new descriptor: President of the United States. But this election has been eye-opening for me. I don't think any of these people running for president have any clue how to be in touch with the American people. I know what it's like to be the son of immigrants, to be a minority, to be broke. I know what it's like to be around rich people.
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Rapper Roosh Williams has a dream: a run at the White House
Don't have an account yet? Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. Then he was a relatively clean shaven, UT-Austin graduate with a bit of an edge to him. He rapped with a ferocity; an appreciative smoker, he could always put a bong or bowl down just to light up a verse at warp speed. He had opened up for The Cool Kids then, just as Scoremore was starting to fully become a brand as both talent booking agency and the promoters for emerging rap acts in the state. It was like one day he went from devout Rockets fan who just wanted to get by to really-big-deal-serious-Roosh-Williams in four years. Feeling that he wanted something new to try out, Williams was accepted to the law school at the University of Southern California for the purpose of earning a doctorate of jurisprudence. The son of Iranian parents who moved to Houston from Tehran, Williams has faced some controversy in his Houston rap life.
A Houston native, Williams graduated from UT with honors and has since garnered quite a buzz in the rap world. Am I actually going to go to law school? When I was in school it was something that I was studying for, and it was my plan, but then things started taking off with music and I just kind of ditched it. That was right around the time I was getting booked. It was a crazy time. Basically, I just started sending my s—t out. In , on my last Christmas break of college actually, I did a song with Killah Caleone.