Ghetto Celebrities

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Released 2006

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Ghetto Celebrities

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2006
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Ghetto Celebrities is the risqu'' documentary about high-profile stars with lives that are lived under the radar. The 2006 film exposes the private lives of people like 50 Cent, Jay-Z, and Ja Rule. It shows an intimate interview of Slick Rick as he talks about serving time in prison. Rafer Alston talks about rising from the streets to fame as a basketball pro. There's an interview with Nas, who explains what it takes to stay alive in a cutthroat music industry. The film is not rated, and the content is raw, personal, and revealing. Many of the celebrities featured have exactly the kind of rough backgrounds that you might expect. However, their stories, in their own words, show how those very backgrounds have chiseled them into the driven performers and athletes that they have become. There's some never before seen footage of some clearly recognizable stars before they were who America now knows them to be. That glimpse into their past serves as an amazing retrospective look at how they got to where they are.moreless
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