Richard Joshua "R. J." Reynolds (1850-1918) American businessman & founder of the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. In 1874 he moved to Winston-Salem, North Carolina to start his own tobacco company. Reynolds was a savvy businessman & a hard worker, & quickly became the wealthiest person in the state of North Carolina. By the time of his death, Reynolds' $66,000 paid annually in taxes was double the next-highest taxpayer. At the age of 28, his daughter Mary inherited $30 million
SUCH BULL CHIT !!On March 30, Kean University announced that Common, a hip-hop artist who recently won Grammy and Academy awards for the song “Glory” from Selma, would address its class of 2015 at the commencement ceremony in May. | Rapper Common Disinvited By University As Commencement Speaker Over Song Lyrics - BuzzFeed News
Rapper Common arrives at a Nordic State Dinner May 13, 2016 at the White House in Washington, DC. President Barack Obama and the first lady are hosting the heads of the five Nordic nations for a U.S.-Nordic Leaders Summit.