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Several sets of glass doors open to a wrap-around deck with an unobstructed and undeniably thrilling sweep from the George Washington Bridge, over the Hudson and all the way down the west side of Manhattan to Battery Park City.There are, according to online marketing materials, three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms in the main residence including a mid-level master suite with wall-to-wall leopard pattern carpeting, what looks like a pretty fab faux-bois wall treatment and wrap-around windows and glass sliders that open to another riverside deck with more boat-like river, bridge and city views.“Geraldo, the prison-industrial complex got people so twisted,” Russell Simmons said. He needs to get himself relevant…He used to be a progressive. “I love Russell Simmons, he’s a dear friend of mine,” Rivera said during his interview. At some point, those guys have to cop to the fact that by encouraging this distinctive culture that is removed from the mainstream, they have encouraged people to be so different from the mainstream that they can’t participate other than the racks in the garment center, those entry-level jobs. “For 40 years, they’ve been locking up diseased drug addicts, educating them on criminal behavior, and dumping them back in the hood. The mullet-style main house has a low profile, single-story street façade that belies its four stories that step down the steep hillside to the river’s edge.A loft-like main living/dining and kitchen space on the uppermost entry-level has a partly glass ceiling and has been custom-fitted as if it were a yacht with built-in dining banquette, lacquered and wood-paneled wall treatments, custom built-ins and a compact but well-stocked galley-style kitchen.“I didn’t particularly care for the way he mentioned me.” Rivera then played a clip of Kendrick’s song “YAH,” which name drops the television personality and his employer. Check out all of Rivera’s comments about Kendrick and hip-hop below.From there, Rivera went on a diatribe about his original point regarding hip-hop’s attitude towards police.
“Aside from Drake, in my opinion, [Kendrick is] probably the best hip-hop artist out there today,” Rivera said on his podcast. “I have no beef with Kendrick Lamar, anyone else in the business, but if you don’t have a positive attitude, you’re dooming yourself to a life that you profess to despise,” Rivera said.
The two-residence compound is part of a discreet and little-known cooperative-style enclave cleaved to the steep bank of the Hudson River just below the George Washington Bridge.