Now known on the streets of Norfolk & Ocean City as Lady J, Jay-Z and occasionally Jen Zell Washington. Jennie began her career as an artist as a small child, spray painting graffiti on road signs in rural Maryland. After several brushes with the law, and a stint in juvenile hall, Jennie returned to the underfunded public school system for slightly more formal artistic training.
in 1997 she was accepted to go to Bowie State University on a full scholarship. however during the first semester of classes, her arch nemesis, the Archduke of Swaziland, offered a $500,000 bounty as reward for collecting her healthy young liver using the traditional "bathtub full of ice" method. Upon discovering that the liver had already been destroyed by years of alcohol abuse, the bounty hunters gave up and returned to their homes.
Knowing that the Archduke would not give up easily, Jennie fled to Virginia Beach where she changed her name... twice. She now works as a graphic artist for a local screen printing shop, where the owners and co-workers help maintain her ill-mannered girl-next-door cover as now Ninja assassins have been deployed to find and kill her.
But... she will not hide forever. In case the Archduke and his minions finally catch up with her, Jennie is training her 13 year old daughter as an artist so that she may some day carry the torch.
Soon we will be posting a link to our... less than... professional... interview. We (Jennie) recorded the whole thing... it's pretty awesome.
Where you can find me.
"Jennie, do you have a website?" - BitB Crew
"No." - Jennie
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