Funny show I love it makes me think of a Chicago killer who kills then hides close clear goes out and kills again then hides.things that make you say huh.
This comment makes you say huh from its lack of context. What in the world are you talking about?
Bullshitting and Backtracking Lol. We, really, do not have the option to do both.
Good Morning Mr. Naseed and staff, I missed the broadcast on three strikes law and gang culture and would like to know if air that broadcast so I and others can hear it? I am very interested in hearing this broadcast about California three strikes law and gang culture.
Tia Christian OC Naacp Executive Committee Member
Good show. At first Tariq sounds like he is on some gossip but then he flips it into a life lesson. We need more Black brothers to speak out on how they got out of the street life.
Yes indeed Mr.Hors Sfier and staying out of it.Like to hear more of this and how not to follow all these dopes.
Much respect. One thing I keep in mind is that not every message is for me. If one Black soldier got less dusty off of this show, then that is better than what we had before.
So Young Haiti was upset that Soulja Boy was making the block hot but started screaming his own name on camera?
I don't know that is was that deep. Just seems like dustiness.
Yeah, I get what you are saying. But one thing Tariq said a while back, about why he plays ratchet music at times, is that the ratchet news is one way he can reach a certain audience. People who are already awake will get the point. But to hook another type of audience, you need to use the dustiness they know to get some of that game into their eardrums.
At the beginning of this segment, I was thinking that Tariq sounded like Wendy Williams. But damn it homie, that parable on turning your life around will wake up whoever was looking for some direction. And some of our people need a bit of that.
I used to date a Black girl who came out of the depths of the hood.
I met her when she had gotten a couple of degrees, gone corporate. Her background will have you weeping. She told me that one of her relatives, an aunt, was always in her ear about elevating herself. And then one day it clicked. And she cleaned her situation up.
The key though is that someone had to be in her ear.
On some real talk, I feel for the Black youth, like wolves thrown to the sheep. I don't like the gossip per se, but if it is the hook then reel them in.
I think we can still speak to the dusty Blacks. However, we can never let them lead. That is the distinction. I will drop game on anyone within earshot. But damn if I am going to take advice from soulja boy or these other mumble rappers.
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