In this episode of ShutUpPodcast, B. Black, kicks it with comedian Kennedy Ryan,  Gavin Stephens, and Spoken Word artist King Kimbit  to discuss,  Feminist allies,  Damon Young piece titled, “Straight Black Men Are the White People of Black People”, Aba & Preach’s videos titled, “How is this sexual Assault?” and News You Can Use.

Recorded Sunday, November 12, 2017.

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In this episode of ShutUpPodcast, B. Black shares his thoughts about the shows new format,  Sidney Crosby,   his hatred of feel-good stories, his link between The Deuces TV show and #MeToo and finally his Antidote to Death.

Recorded Saturday, October 28, 2017.  Remixed Thursday, November 23, 2017.

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In this episode of Shutup Podcast,  B. Black kicks it with Barefax Gentleman’s Club DJ, Rock Bosquet and the Playmate Club DJ, Tommy Zee.  Listen to the show to find out what he learned.

Recorded Sunday,  September 10, 2017.

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In this episode of ShutUpPodcast, B. Black  shares his thoughts about Michael Bennet’s essay,  weed cookies & weed dispensary ,  why Nazis/KKK ain’t shit (again), his new found understanding of racist,  The Japanese princess who is giving up her royal status, Ta-Neishi Coates’ essay titled, “The First White President” and Black Canadian History/Natasha Henry.

He’s also trying out a new format for the show which he’ll explain in the recording.   The title is meant to be a homage to one of his favourite rap group, X Clan and also imply that you’re the one asking to hear what he’s got to say.

Recorded Saturday, September 16, 2017.

 

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In this episode of Shutup Podcast,  B. Black kicks it with Mz Dubious,  Rick Savory from Angel Dreams Photography and Sherley from Chonilla.com to discuss Buzzfeed’s 27 dumbass questions – as Bossip.com so eloquently put it – for Black People.

Recorded Saturday,  May 27, 2017.

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  1. Why is it so hard to be on time?
  2. If my dab is on fleek, am I lit?
  3. Why is it a problem if I like anime?
  4. Why do black people look at your shoes before they greet you?
  5. Why are we more likely to engage in the new dance trend than we are to get involved in politics or opening a business?
  6. How did watermelon become our thing?
  7. Why do you get upset when I don’t like a black celebrity?
  8. Why do we call each other the N-word but get vehemently upset when a white person uses the N-word?
  9. Why is my natural hair, the hair that grows out of my head, seen as a political statement?
  10. Why do we think people with light skin look better than people with dark skin?
  11. Do you really believe that black is beautiful?
  12. Or it just something that you say because it sounds cool?
  13. Why do some black people say that you’re pretty ‘for a dark-skinned girl’?
  14. Why do some black men only date white women?
  15. Why is it OK for black men to date white women, but not OK for a black woman to date outside her race?
  16. Why do you protest Black Lives Matter and then tear each other down in the next breath?
  17. Why do we say that we don’t want to be seen as a monolith but then try to take people’s black cards away for not liking something that’s supposedly black?
  18. Why are we so quick to support a non-black-owned business, but then hesitate when it’s a black-owned business?
  19. Is there a cutoff time for this whole homophobia thing in the black community?
  20. Why is growing up without a father so common in our race?
  21. Why don’t we like to confront our mental health issues?
  22. Why is there a checklist for being black?
  23. Why is being educated considered ‘a white thing?’
  24. Why do you think well-off black people don’t know what it means to be black?
  25. Why do some black people say, ‘Oh, I have Native American in my family,’ in order to feel interesting or more valuable than other black people around them?
  26. Why can’t we just acknowledge that there are a bunch of different types of black people walking around and they’re all amazing and unique and special in their own way?
  27. Why are we always looking for the discount?

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In this episode of Shutup Podcast,  B. Black kicks it with the Comedian Jackie Robinson of Shutup Podcast, Mr. Greg Houston.

Recorded Saturday,  May 27, 2017.

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In this episode of Shutup Podcast,  B. Black kicks it with Comedian Ben Hagel after having spent the past 40 days without weed.

Recorded Saturday,  April 14, 2017.

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In this episode of Shutup Podcast,  B. Black kicks it with Comedian, Writer, Actress, Rapper Aisha Brown and forgets to ask whether she’s related to Chris, Bobby or James.

The title is in reference to one of the tracks in her Rap Collective’s Runnin’ At The Mouth album titled “Wit My Woes”.  That and also in reference to my failed attempt to categorise her as “one of those girls”.

Recorded Saturday,  April 1, 2017.

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In this episode of Shutup Podcast,  B. Black kicks it with Ricardo Savory and comedian Kyle Brownrigg to talk about how they’re nothing like the main characters in the movie Three The Hard Way.

Recorded Saturday,  March 30, 2017.

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In this episode of Shutup Podcast,  B. Black kicks it with Conrad aka Carlos and the Reverend Dr. Steve Love to talk about movies that center around racism and B. Black‘s theory (which for some reason only seems to make sense to him) that it’s easier for White actors to play the role of a racist than it is for Black actors to play the role of a Black person.

Recorded Sunday,  March 26, 2017.

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