If you ain’t read How to Hustle and Win: A Survival Guide for the Ghetto, start there! It’s the most comprehensive text I can suggest, teaching how to think and move in today’s twisted society. The following excerpts speak to the topics I’ll cover in more depth in A Sucker Born Every Minute.
Struggle and tragedy can make better people outta anyone, so long as they get the right lessons and follow up after. Tell Kodak Black’s team I’m here for him.
‘I need yall to let @kodakblack’s team and Atlantic Records know Supreme Understanding says He’ll Mentor Kodak Black.”
See Dr. Supreme Understanding as he debates alongside team members Kalonji Jama Changa, Dhoruba Bin-Wahad, Dr. Khalilah Ali and Marcus Coleman. April 15th 3pm-6pm at the Auburn Avenue Research Library on African American Culture and History.
Did you hear about the #AtlantaFreewayCollapse? A whole chunk of I-85 burned down and collapsed! Yes, concrete and steel. Like 9/11. In fact, the news is already using this “incident” to show how fires CAN melt steel and concrete, when most of us know it really don’t work like that!
There’s a new “Planet of the Apes” movie coming out. Plenty of jewels in it, just like the last few. Remember how the film series started out? It was back in the day, when the writers wanted to address racism and social injustice of their time by casting whites as a subjugated race, treated as subhuman by their conquerors, the Apes.
I used to think Nick Cannon was wack too. I say “too” cause I know you did too. Still might. It’s okay to admit it, because he accepts it. It’s part of being Nick Cannon, to accept that millions of people do see you as wack sauce. BUT Nick Cannon is NOT wack, and I’ma tell you why.