"The fact that it costs a (lot) to be healthy. The fact that it costs a whole bunch of money to get fresh, organic, free-range eggs. So you're telling me that these organic eggs... what's the difference? The quality of food and things in this crazy world. I always say it to my friend. The fact that you have to pay to play in this world is ridiculous. You really have to pay to play. You have to pay your phone bill. You have to pay for the spot that you're living in right now. You have to pay for your clothes. You have to pay for your hat. You have to pay for your shirt. And on top of that, you want to throw on some jewelry. And then there's a separate class that they've put us in because of money."And with Irving's steady flow of income, perhaps he could easily finance this "community" himself. The basketball star currently has a five-year, $90 million contract with the Cavs and continues a successful partnership with Nike, debuting even more sweet kicks this summer.
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