Art of Reinvention

Will Jamal give up law? Should he follow these examples?

Mr. Ron - RonReaco Lee in the green room at 106 & Park, June 5, 2012. (Photo: John Ricard / BET)

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Is Jamal Having a Midlife Crisis? - In the next episode of Let's Stay Together, Jamal becomes weary of practicing law. Though it isn't clear as to what he wants to do, we figure he should follow these individuals who managed to switch careers. (Photo: John Ricard / BET)

Dionne Warwick: December 12 - The iconic singer and world hunger advocate celebrates her 72nd birthday.  (Photo: Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for BET)

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Dionne Warwick: Singer to Psychic Spokeswoman - First and foremost, Dionne Warwick is a legendary singer and should not ever be confused with anything else. However, there was a point in the '90s in which she appeared in a few psychic hotline ads that clearly led to some confusion. No, she was not a psychic, but a spokesperson for the network. (Photo:  Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for BET)

Uncle Luke: Rap Hitmaker to High School Football Coach

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Uncle Luke: Rap Hitmaker to High School Football Coach - Yes,the same creative mind that gave us jams like "C'mon Babe (Doo Doo Brown)" and "Me So Horny," is now a football coach for Miami Northwestern High in Dade County. His struggle to become one, given his background as a pioneer in raunchy rap, was highlighted in an episode of Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel.(Photo: Larry Busacca/Getty Images)

Reverend Run on Run's House - Another example of a reality show real husband. Run was always dispensing advice and looking out for the family.   (Photo: John Ricard / BET)

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Joseph Simmons: Rapper to Reverend - Having started as part of the pioneering rap duo Run-DMC, Run would eventually find a new calling in the form of religion.  (Photo: John Ricard / BET)

LeToya Luckett - Former Destiny's Child singer LeToya Luckett was long booed up to Houston rapper Slim Thug, but of late she's been linked to Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant. (Photo: Alexandra Wyman/Getty Images for Voli Light Vodkas)

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LeToya Luckett: Singer to Actress - Luckett started off as a singer but transitioned into acting later in her career. You might have seen her most recently in Second Generation Wayans and Preacher's Kid. (Photo: Alexandra Wyman/Getty Images for Voli Light Vodkas)

Drake: Teen Actor to Rap Singer - Up until 2009, Drake was known for being Wheelchair Jimmy from the TV series Degrassi. Of course transitioning from a child star to being one of the hottest rappers in the game is no easy task, but somehow Drizzy managed to pull this off. (Photo: Prince Williams/FilmMagic)

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Drake: Teen Actor to Rap Singer - Up until 2009, Drake was known for being Wheelchair Jimmy from the TV series Degrassi. Of course transitioning from a child star to being one of the hottest rappers in the game is no easy task, but somehow Drizzy managed to pull this off. (Photo: Prince Williams/FilmMagic)

Rick Ross vs. LMFAO - Rick Ross is suing LMFAO over their 2011 "Party Rock Anthem" song. He says their "everyday I'm shufflin'" line is a direct bite of the "everyday I'm hustlin'" hook off his debut single, "Hustlin'," circa 2006. Rozay wants to be compensated for the 7.5 million units they pushed of their song, plus some for the merchandising and licensing deals they made using the catch phrase.(Photo: Alberto Reyes/WENN.com)

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Rick Ross: Correctional Officer to Rapper - Where can an ex-correctional officer transform himself into a mafioso rapper whose moniker is taken from a real-life ex-drug dealer and manage to amass a fortune, all while becoming the contemporary face of rap in the early part of the new decade? Answer: Only in America. (Photo: Alberto Reyes/WENN.com)