Robert F. Smith vs all Kenyan Billionaires...

[SIZE=5]Robert Smith Pledges To Pay Off Student Loans For Morehouse College’s Class of 2019[/SIZE]


Billionaire investor and philanthropist Robert Smith said Sunday he is eliminating student debt for the entire 2019 graduating class at Morehouse College.

Smith, an entrepreneur and founder of the investment firm Vista Equity Partners, made the surprise announcement in front of roughly 400 students while delivering the college’s commencement address. Morehouse is an all-male historically black college located in Atlanta.

“On behalf of the eight generations of my family that have been in this country, we’re going to put a little fuel in your bus. This is my class, 2019. And my family is making a grant to eliminate their student loans,” Smith said. “I know my class will make sure they pay this forward … and let’s make sure every class has the same opportunity going forward because we are enough to take care of our own community.”

Smith had previously announced a $1.5 million gift to the school, and the additional pledge to pay off student loan debt for the class of 2019 is estimated to be $40 million.

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All male ? ma feminist hawaja anza kuzusha ?

Ni Monday bado wanalala

The reaction of the guy in the billionaire’s right side is priceless…

Kama ingekuwa all white male then feminazi wangezusha kabisa mpaka wamatch huko wakiwa topless.

Soon many more people will know Robert Smith by name as the African American Museum celebrates its grand opening this weekend. The private-equity financier was the museum’s second-biggest private donor, with a $20 million gift. Oprah Winfrey was No. 1, with $21 million.

Smith has built a fortune that’s made him one of the nation’s richest men — worth $2.5 billion, according to Forbes — but until now he has kept his work and philanthropy relatively quiet. As a junior in high school, Smith landed an internship at Bell Labs — by calling the company every week for five months until he got a slot. Smith tinkered with computers during his summer and Christmas breaks and went on to study chemical engineering at Cornell. He earned an MBA from Columbia, followed by an investment banking job at Goldman Sachs. After advising billion-dollar mergers for tech companies such as Microsoft and Apple, he left Goldman to found Vista Equity Partners in 2000. He is still the chairman and CEO.
The firm invests in software and data companies and now has more than $46 billion in assets, according to Forbes. As of Monday, Forbes put Smith’s net worth at $5 billion. He is the nation’s richest black man. Smith grew up in a mostly black neighborhood in Denver. Both of his parents had doctorates in education and insisted that the house be filled with music — be it a live show on the house’s piano or Leontyne Price’s arias on the stereo. Smith brought that early musical influence to his eventual tech career.
Though Smith has largely stayed out of the spotlight, he lives it up in other ways. In 2015, during his nuptials to actress and former Playboy model Hope Dworaczyk on the Amalfi Coast, the wedding singers included John Legend, Seal and Brian McKnight.
His love of music is reflected in the names of two of his sons, Hendrix and Legend — a homage to musicians Jimi Hendrix and John Legend.
Smith reportedly owns one of Elton John’s old pianos.