Black Panther is worth every bit of the hype it has received and then some. The 69th official episode of the show hits on the importance of the film and what it means for black cinema going forward.
During last week’s episode, which was the 45th, I dug into the archives and played part the audio from the Feel The Hunger Radio episode DJ Cutt-Nice and I did the day he was acquitted in 2008. At 28 years old, I was more incredulous at how it happened. At 37 years old, I’m livid that it’s continued on and that boiled to the surface after I played the cut from 2008.
Episode 45 of the People’s Podcast is here and Jay is in a spicy mood. We’re coming after R. Kelly and Michael Vick in a special way this week as the show goes back into the Feel The Hunger Radio archives and pulls out the epic 2008 rant when Kelly was strangely acquitted and we talk about why Black Women are the forgotten victims in all of this.
Plus, Michael Vick, an actual convicted felon, tells Colin Kaepernick to clean up his image and gets roasted.
In the wake of all the belly-aching and gum-bumping by black women about how wrong Nightline was to dare suggest that there’s something wrong with Black Women being the lowest percentage of married chicks, I am here to point the mirror at the problem…and it’s not at me.