Reacting to a variety of recent events in the year, from Tucker Carlson’s mind-defying docuseries to the Uvalde School Mass Shooting, Don and Harry return to the subjects of the male ego, psychology, “Wypipo vs Black People” and their twisted sexualities in the search for the answer to how masculinity becomes toxic.
This week the guys ponder the meaning and utilization of the hood movie as they watch the film debut of one Tupac Amaru Shakur in 1992’s “Juice”, co-starring Omar Epps.
And now for something completely different…Donovan plucks from his family tree and brings on Jon Thicklin to talk all things relevant in the lives and interests of black men today. That involves police brutality, Kanye West and who should and shouldn’t play Storm!
Sometimes conversations can get away from you. Near the end of last week’s ep, the guys fell into the rabbit hole of greatest rappers, as well as the release of the Mueller report. Totally biased, totally objective.
This week the guys talk about music, specifically rap music (finally) and how some artists must be qualified. Are White Rappers “guests” in the rap game? How can Hip-Hop as a culture be protected?
Don and Harry risk making the most indulgent episode ever, discussing their favorite things and people whilst reconciling with what about them is tough to talk about.
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