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  1. Phil the monster cujo February 19, 2017 at 3:59 am - Reply

    these are your kids role models and they're doing a great job destroying your kids.

  2. morgan carroll February 13, 2017 at 6:34 pm - Reply

    I definitely agree with your commentary on Boyce Watkins and his somewhat unbalanced opinions about Hidden Figures on his channel. I ended up getting into a heated conversation with someone about it. I made the exact same points y'all made, but ol' boy just could not be told anything. Interestingly, the man I argued with loved watching Marvel/Disney films.. The hypocrisy is real. ?

  3. CRDMusic February 7, 2017 at 6:39 am - Reply

    Folarin !! hilarious lol

  4. Realimode February 6, 2017 at 7:14 am - Reply

    Where was all this outrage at Obama? Honestly, blacks in Entertainment are a bunch of bullshit Democrats who are told how to think and behave. I don't give a fuck about their Jewish Masters in NY and LA…Babylon Reborn. Eminem ain't shit, Big Sean ain't shit…Screw Beyonce and Jay. Supporting that evil bitch Hillary.

  5. luvin2lrn February 6, 2017 at 3:43 am - Reply

    beyonce illuminati babies? wtf are mindz coming to?

  6. J. Jermane February 5, 2017 at 9:02 am - Reply

    Scorpios are the truth and brother Prince can testify to that power & intellect we possess. We have references for days, lol. Anyways, great podcast as usual!

  7. Lala Papa February 5, 2017 at 5:24 am - Reply

    Oh my GOD, that Lala Papa character is SOO annoying. The next time that usernames on in the chat will call out of their name, that person's mama! Word!

    Edit: In other news. This podcast was simply amazing; Nuff-said!

  8. WillySweet WonkaJoe February 5, 2017 at 4:24 am - Reply

    I agree wit Rickers….Lord Infamous flow is being used alot in rap

  9. erickiam25 February 5, 2017 at 2:34 am - Reply

    These other coward rappers afraid to get political

  10. erickiam25 February 5, 2017 at 2:26 am - Reply

    Beyoncé so damn overrated it's annoying they make it seem like she's giving birth to God! She's always been overrated as hell along with her husband

  11. IAmJunis February 5, 2017 at 12:14 am - Reply

    yea that verse was not all that to me and the flow was stiff. I think big Sean rip it more lyrically and flow wise. Em definitely did not own the track. he said F trump, everyone been saying that before him not to mention Madonna said "she'll blow up the white Haus. mentioning a couple black names and some political view points don't mean he slaughter the track, it was iight. politics come and go, Sean brought some universal gems that was relatable.

  12. Joseph Valentine February 4, 2017 at 11:06 pm - Reply

    Y'all commentary is on a elite level,
    Now Eminem , cursing Trump out was too funny . Em been replaced with a clone light yrs ago / this shit is to funny but I've been tricked ass well , and has to watch for trickery from Satan/ wht can I say , we all chose for different things

  13. Michele February 4, 2017 at 9:45 pm - Reply


  14. Society Punk February 4, 2017 at 6:25 pm - Reply

    seems to be misleading picture of Beyonce Illuminati you don't touch on that????? you don't touch on 50 Cent bankruptcy??????

  15. April Thomas February 4, 2017 at 4:31 pm - Reply

    hey guys I owned maffa and camp fema.. great information.. great show.. hugs

  16. always a student February 4, 2017 at 3:13 pm - Reply

    i would argue that we ARE suffering under the same conditions as Harriet Tubman… The same system of state violence that occurred then occurs now. i don't know what was said in the conversation with Issa Rae; however, i'm one of those folks who don't think ANYONE is illegal; a paper/document should not signify your humanity. All these borders we see now are based on a scramble for land and resources. The fact that i need a passport to get into other parts of North America… that makes no sense to me. The fact that Canadian folks crossing the border are not checked as hard for coming here (unless they are Brown) speaks to the white supremacist objective of this issue. There's actually an interesting article from the Willamette Week from 2008, called 'He's an… Illegal Eh-lien,' which talks about this very thing.

    Honestly, the only people who should be speaking to who is 'illegal' or not are the native peoples of the U.S. and Canada.

    This whole issue about 'I'm Black, so I don't care about this immigration issue' makes no sense to me, not only because a few of the countries directly affected by the so-called 'Muslim ban' are African (as you mentioned); this issue ALSO affects people from the Caribbean, Latin America and many other places where Africans are located. This perceived battle (rooted in colonialism) between Africans in the continent and the diaspora needs to end. The countries not directly affected by this ban are allies of the U.S., so calling it a 'Muslim ban' is not totally accurate. The countries affected are the same ones the U.S. was after in the '90s (under Bush), and Obama invaded under his administration.

    When you get your equipment together, you could interview Roye Okupe… i sent them a request for an interview, but i never heard back. i think y'all would do a better job at the interview though, since you are MUCH more into comics than i am.

    Those are some great points about Hidden Figures. A lot of people DID support Straight Outta Compton, Django Unchained, etc., and at the same time calling out Hidden Figures… i do think a heavy amount of misogynoir is tied to that for sure. i DID read the screenplay to Django Unchained, and the amount of white supremacist BS tied to that film (while African men in particular supported it) was not surprising. People have ALSO called out Birth Of A Nation for not only fabricating history, but the movie was specifically called out for having a fictional character snitch on Nat Turner, then go on to fight for the Union Army… i have not seen any of these films, but whenever i get to see Hidden Fen… err, Figures (heh heh), i will keep what you said in mind.

    People need to also understand the movements against 'SJWs' are tied to white supremacist/anti-African movements as well.

    On the issue of borders and the fabrication of them, a couple of books to read would be 'Black Liberation and Palestine Solidarity' by Lenni Brenner and Matthew Quest; and 'Settlers' by J. Sakai. Far too many people look at our liberatory struggles as separate from one another, but research informs us differently. There's also a history between Irish liberatory movements (from British imperialism) and African anti-imperialist movements. For a history of African armed struggle in the U.S., there's 'We Will Shoot back' by Akinyele Omowale Umoja, and 'Radio Free Dixie' by Timothy Tyson. Speaking of the Haitian Revolution, read 'The Black Jacobins' by C.L.R. James.

    To the Fannie Lou Hamer quote, here is one by Elder Assata Shakur:

    "I hate war, and I hate having to struggle. I honestly do because I wish I had been born into a world where it was unnecessary. This context of struggle and being a warrior and being a struggler has been forced on me by oppression. Otherwise I would be a sculptor, or a gardener, carpenter – You know, I would be free to be so much more… I guess part of me or a part of who I am, a part of what I do is being a warrior – a reluctant warrior, a reluctant struggler. But I do it, because I’m committed to life."

    In terms of balance, anyone who is an organizer recognizes how importance balance is, to continue doing this work. If it didn't exist, our movements would quickly fade. That balance is not just about being able to laugh, but it is also contributing to a social revolution- recognizing how you can better yourself in this work…. A 'self-criticism' process.

    Here is another quote from Elder Assata Shakur:

    “this is the 21st century and we need to redefine r/evolution. this planet needs a people’s r/evolution. a humanist r/evolution. r/evolution is not about bloodshed or about going to the mountains and fighting. we will fight if we are forced to but the fundamental goal of r/evolution must be peace.

    we need a r/evolution of the mind. we need a r/evolution of the heart. we need a r/evolution of the spirit. the power of the people is stronger than any weapon. a people’s r/evolution can’t be stopped. we need to be weapons of mass construction. weapons of mass love. it’s not enough just to change the system. we need to change ourselves. we have got to make this world user friendly. user friendly.

    are you ready to sacrifice to end world hunger. to sacrifice to end colonialism. to end neo-colonialism. to end racism. to end sexism.

    r/evolution means the end of exploitation. r/evolution means respecting people from other cultures. r/evolution is creative.

    r/evolution means treating your mate as a friend and an equal. r/evolution is sexy.

    r/evolution means respecting and learning from your children. r/evolution is beautiful.

    r/evolution means protecting the people. the plants. the animals. the air. the water. r/evolution means saving this planet.

    r/evolution is love.”

    Be well…

  17. Jay InTheBx February 4, 2017 at 3:00 pm - Reply

    Why wont ppl stop hating on Wale he makes better music than most ppl at the top of the game. And he got timeless hits

  18. Jeannine Batiste February 4, 2017 at 1:37 pm - Reply

    Tariq and Boyce are men with opinions. You can choose to listen or not. They both hold a sphere of influence in their circles and it's up to the people who follow them to hold both men accountable for their words and actions.

  19. Rae lahage February 4, 2017 at 12:50 pm - Reply

    what up ,Rae Raw Resilient ,CHK me out ,,,much respect

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