Guess who's back in the studio to give us some more opinion on the topic at hand. Lightskin vs Darkskin!
Has society robbed the darker tones of the love we always deserved? Do you find light skin gangsters are more scary than darker skinned gangsters? How has the media changed in the recent years on pushing the agenda of breaking the segregation between shades of black people? Does your environment enforce your dating and life decisions? Do you know people who only date a specific race?
We talk about wonderful black actors, director and creators that speak out for our black community! & talk about old shows on BET while we're at it! We talk about it all on this episode.
Join us for a good game of Kill, Marry, Sex, & we review a new soulgood song the week!
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