[video] Mysonne on Future Poisoning Minds of Kids with Lyrics About Drug Culture

Real talk from Mysonne.

Mysonne opened up about a line about Future in a recent freestyle with Funk Flex, where he rapped, “Future said: ‘God blessin all the trap n****s’ / I got a question for that: “Where u at n***a?” He explained that he was speaking about the lyrics in Future’s music where he raps about the riches of the street life without talking about the pitfalls and consequences.

He went on to explain the difference in lyrics from Pusha T and Jay Z, who explain what will happen if you decide to go down the road of selling drugs, but Mysonne said that similar messages aren’t made in Future’s songs. To hear more of what Mysonne had to say, including how Future’s music negatively influences kids, hit the above clip.

[video] Nick Cannon on Celebs Gang Banging: It’s a Source of Insecurity

In Nick Cannon’s recent interview with VladTV, Vlad brings up the fact that Nick Cannon has been a celebrity since he was very young. Nick immediately dispels the notion that he is out of touch or “in a bubble.” “I’m on the ground level,” he said, “I do so much that people don’t know about…to make sure these young people have opportunities.” From there, Nick describes his career arc, from growing up in a rough neighborhood, to breaking onto Nickelodeon, to making money and gratifying his ego, and now to giving back to his community. He also states that while a lot of celebrities claim gangs, it’s a source of insecurity and that he “never wants to glorify it.”

[video] Lord Jamar: Africans are Really Native Americans, America Built by Slaves

Lord Jamar shared his thoughts on slavery and Native Americans during a recent interview with VladTV, and the New York rapper said that there is substantial evidence to support that Africans are what we now think of as Native Americans. He explained that he has read about early settlers lying to unknowing younger generations about how they took from Africa and making them believe that they weren’t born in America.

The conversation also brought up evolution and skin color, which Lord Jamar believes starts with the mind, not geographic location. He also disagreed with evolution, as he told DJ Vlad that Black people were in Europe long before white people.