Pleasantries & First World Problems (:55 – 6:10), The Charles Oakley Saga (6:12 – 12:20), Black in America, [Mental Gentrification] (12:22 – 28:55) NBA Talk [3-Point shoot out predictions, Vince Carter balling at 40, #PistonsTalk, NBA Trade Deadline, How to fix the Nets & Kings], One Time For the Culture (55:20 – 1:06:20) Last minute sports news […]

via The Couch Sports Podcast EP.53 —


The “Trump Black History Meeting” Episode, (Sambo collaborators)

President Trump Holds Meeting Honoring Black History Month

In this episode, I break down the fake calculated  meeting that Donald Trump held with his African-American minions. I talk about: Trump’s fake meeting, black on black crime, federal troops who will “lower that body count”, militia groups, african american history, juneteenth, and “American Pride”.

Duration: 35 mins

The “black education” episode – SoundCloud

Greetings to all. Today is the start of black history month, which for me is every single day. In this episode I talk about the importance of black education.


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This is what I’m talking about! Purely coincidental

I follow a man by the name of Jay Morrison on YouTube. He is an African American real estate tycoon, who speaks on black empowerment. Very solid brotha who built his name on the streets, and in the real estate industry. He recently attended a MLK Jr. Parade and March where everything I brought up in my podcast happened to him at the march.

Notice how professional and productive he was during the altercation with the bummy negro. He handles it with dignity and class. Subscribe to his youtube channel while you’re at it.
This is what I was talking about yesterday in my podcast when I speak about “Strategy before action”. 

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Why ‘Women Of Color’ is a Dangerous Term, Salma Hayek/ Jessica Williams Spat (podcast)



Duration: 25 mins

In this episode I talk about how the term ‘Women of Color’ is a dangerous term. How Black feminists constantly get belittled, or dismissed at Women’s Group Summits/protests, and how we as a race should stick together beyond subgroups and titles. Jessica Williams and Salma Hayek get into a public disagreement when Trump gets brought up, thats when things got heated.



From the beginning to (0-12:00) I prepare the subject, by describing how the “women of color” term is dangerous and how black feminism is constantly getting pushed aside in major movements.

(12:00 to 24:44) 

This is where I tackle the Salma Hayek/ Jessica Williams debate and read parts of the Los  Angeles Times Article that describes what I talk about.