With no topic off limit--from race, religion to politics--each week bloggers-turned-podcasters Jay, RiPPa and The Uppity Negro discuss crucial issues of Black life in America with sarcasm, humor and barbershop banter.
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In this last episode before a one month hiatus, Jay from Average Bro, RiPpa and The Uppity Negro have a big WTF moment as president Donald Trump seems to go next level bonkers with his Twitter. This journey into the absurd continues as the Brothers have an intense discussion around statements R&B legend Stevie Wonder had to say about "black lives matters." The cool down happens as the conversation moves to the absurdity around whether or not the Migos would have kicked Joe Budden's butt or not at the 2017 BET Awards. The Brothers also touch on the news story of the young black kids detained for selling water bottles at the Mall on Washington as well as what functions as cultural appropriation in this day and age.
In this monster episode, the Three Brothers open up with the story of Terence Crutcher, the unarmed black motorist shot and killed by Tulsa police officer Betty Shelby--who was recently acquitted. The Three Bros. turn to politics--of course--and discuss the week that was Donald Trump and the dumpster fire that the White House became. We later discuss the Netflix show "Dear White People," LaVar Ball, Sec. of Education Betsy DeVos delivering the commencement address at Bethune-Cookman University, Steve Harvey, the controversy with the Miss USA winner, To Wear or Not to Wear Rompers... ...and somehow Bill Cosby makes it into the podcast as well
This episode starts off with Jay, aka Average Bro talking cash trash about the Uppity Negro's hometown Chicago for no apparent reason. RiPpa brings the conversation back to Trump's first 100 days, the sexual harassment problems at Fox News, the problems with #hashtag boycotts on #BlackTwitter around Shea Moisture, and finally to the mini-crisis black folks had with actor and activist Jesse Williams filing for divorce
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