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10 Black Men Who Could Use Your Irrational Unconditional Support Instead Of Bill Cosby

I feel you, man. I really do. You stayed on the Bill Cosby bandwagon as long as you possibly could — refusing to allow America to lynch an iconic Black man — but the ride just got too bumpy. The wheels flew off, the steering wheel broke, the seat belts got recalled, and the rotors did some rotor shit that the dudes at Pep Boys said was really bad and will cost you $986.54. So now you’re alone, without a bandwagon to ride or an illogical cause to hitch to. But you’re itching to throw all of your support behind someone — anyone — as long as they’re Black and a man and breathing and not with that gay shit. You have your big-ass cup of irrational unconditional support iced tea sitting right next to you, and you’re thirsty as fuck.

Lucky for you, there’s a solution to your thirst. You see, there are dozens upon dozens more Black men who could use the support you were giving to Cosby. Guys going through some tough times who need the edge and encouragement and relationship advice memes a bandwagon could provide them. There are far too many to name. So for the sake of time and space, I’ll just list 10.

1. Rachel Dolezal’s ex-husband

No one in the history of having boys has ever needed a strong group of bros who’ll take him out for drinks and wings and start the conversation/intervention with “Bruh?” more than Kevin Moore, ex-husband of everyone’s favorite post-racial turducken. Seriously, he needs three or four extra boys just to screen his texts and separate the “Bruh?”s from the “Yoooooooooo?”s.

2. Brandon Knight

Brandon Knight is a decent NBA point guard who has averaged 15 and 5 for his career. He’ll never be an all-star, but he could eventually be the 4th or 5th best guy on a really good team. He’s also only 23 years old, and just signed a $70 million deal.

Unfortunately, he will always be known for this…

…and this…

…and all of this…

…which means he likely doesn’t have many diehard fans. So, if you’re looking for a new bandwagon to jump on, go right ahead. You could even choose your own seat.

3. Every 30-something Black actor whose name isn’t “Chadwick Boseman” and wants to eventually star in a Black biopic

These guys definitely need your help. Because the Chadman seems poised to play everyone from Elgin Baylor to Danny Glover for the next 50 years or so, and there’s going to be nothing left for them but Black Netflix and Orkin commercials.

4. The shittiest barber in your barbershop

Sure, he’s not starving. Because he does have customers. But they’re either walk-ins who went to his chair because they walked in the shop all confused looking and he asked if they needed some help, or people who were the walk-ins and have been getting consistently shitty cuts since but are too nice to switch barbers. And he needs your support because everyone else in the shop knows he sucks, and it would be nice to have a nice sized bandwagon to drown out the snickers every time someone sits in his chair.

5. You know when you’re at the club, and a guy goes to dance with a woman, and she turns around and checks him out, and apparently doesn’t like what she sees, and walks away? And then goes and dances with someone else?

It happens to everyone occasionally. Occupational hazard. But the guy who that happens to four times in the same night? That guy needs your help. Because he needs a crew of guys to completely deconstruct him and tell him what he’s doing wrong. Maybe its his (lack of) rhythm. Maybe he approaches too creepily. Maybe he’s a bit too, um, “excited” already. Maybe he smells like bat milk. Either way, he could use a nice sized bandwagon.

6. 88 Keys

The only reason he’s not more popular than he is right now is that he released The Death of Adam six years too late. I’m sure he’s aware of this, and I’m also sure he needs a crew of boys to help him find new pictures of Jidenna to hang in his basement and throw darts at.

7. Michael Steele

michael steele

Forget about his politics. He just needs someone to convince him to chill with the Black Larry David look and go full bald/full goatee. Because he would look much better — and people would take him much more seriously — and it would be nice for him to have a bandwagon for moral support while he makes the transition.

8. Safaree

Because someone needs to make the Safaree Hive happen. You could even call it the Safaswarm. Or something.

9. The guy manning the grill at the next cookout you go to who doesn’t cook the meat all the way through

It’s not his fault, really. He got distracted, there are mosquitoes and shit everywhere, and the fire was too hot so he couldn’t really gauge how long the meat needed to stay on. But no one will care when they bite into their burgers and they’re the color of the Bulls’ away uniforms, and he’ll need a nice bandwagon to keep his spirits up when everyone catches the e coli.

10. Grey Worm

Because The Unsullied are the most overrated entity that has ever existed. They’re supposed to be the fiercest fighters on Earth, and they regularly get ambushed by cats with Scream masks and steak knives. Basically, they leave every grape unbusted in every fruit fight, and no one has ever needed more people than Grey Worm currently does.

Damon Young

Damon Young is the editor-in-chief of VSB. He is also a columnist for GQ.com And he's working on a book of essays to be published by Ecco (HarperCollins). Damon is busy. He lives in Pittsburgh, and he really likes pancakes. Reach him at damon@verysmartbrothas.com. Or don't. Whatever.

  • whos number 9 and 10? I have some suggestions..

    • Damon Young

      strange things happen when you post at midnight

  • kid video

    I actually forgot about 88 Keys…he was suppose to be up there with Kanye/Pharelle/No ID.

    • Totally forgot he was a thing at one point. GOOD Music just signs a bunch of people who don’t really drop anything.

      • Sahel

        Is GOOD music still up or wiill it go the same way as Roc,DTP ,No Limit

        • Animate

          To my knowledge GOOD is still up. They have a decent roster still, all of which released an album in the same year somehow. Ye, John Legend, 2 Chainz, Big Sean, and the ever underrated Pusha T.

          • Tristan

            Underrated? Eh. He still talking about selling dope for papi, youre almost 40 Pusha

            • He has to supplement his income some way.

      • Rappers have always used other rappers as tax write-offs.

  • LadyIbaka

    I’ve never understood the obligation people feel for shiddy barbers. When I walk into a new shop, I sit down and observe INTENSLY for a good 15 minutes, before deciding on WHO cuts my hair. Just because you have an empty chair or you are extra polite won’t get me to be your customer. I also look at the pinky nail, if it’s long, that’s an automatic, no, no! If all he does is talk, talk….no thank you. That’s how your lineup gets phakked up! Cracking jokes while making a crooked z with a soda on the side.

    Safaree…other than being Nicki’s girlfriend, what’s his speciality?!

    • MysteryMeat

      haha nothing but truth bout that pinky nail

      • LadyIbaka

        I have a strong despization (yes, it’s a word) of men who think it is aesthetically correct to sport a pinky nail.

        • brothaskeeper

          May I use that?

          • LadyIbaka

            Absolutely. Go right ahead.

        • Sylqué

          What my cousin ever do to you?!

          • LadyIbaka

            Can’t stand barbers that be gosspping and phakking up your line up. Cannot.

            • Sylqué

              I meant the pinky nail! LOL

        • Deeds

          I don’t trust it because its probably their coke nail.

          • Kema

            Or used to split blunts!

            • MzzPeaches

              Why not just use your thumb nail? Less likely to tear it up…so I heard…

              • Kema

                Well the sophisticated among us smokers have blunt splitters.

                • MzzPeaches

                  Agreed :)

  • eyecande

    Grey Worm! Steak knives. LMBO!
    You can also support his music career (and battle with wind apparently):
    https://youtu.be/QoyMvE5g7f8

    • Lea Thrace

      Why did I never put it together that he and grey worm are the same person?! I love this song!

      Lawd Im slow.

      • eyecande

        Haha. It happens to the best of us (although I do the opposite sometimes eg I’m not fully convinced Trey Songz and Terrence J aren’t the same person. I feel like Trey becomes Terrence when he wants to remember how it feels to be liked. I’m still salty he sang Purple Rain to Prince without Prince’s permission.)

    • Damon Young

      i wasn’t prepared to see this

      • eyecande

        You’re welcome. Lol.

    • Cleojonz

      I did not know about this. Thanks for sharing.

    • MrsT

      I don’t watch ‘Game of Thrones’ and know nothing about any of the characters, so I didn’t know Raleigh Ritchie existed until today. But I watched this video and have been listening to his music all day at my desk in deep swoon. Thanks for the intro!!

  • Michael B. Jordan, because he’s hideous* and a decent** actor. He needs us to have his back***

    *Oh, my God, he’s one of the most handsome men I’ve ever seen.

    ** I cried buckets during Fruitvale Station. Even if whatever he’s in looks like a D movie at best, he always elevates it somehow, for example “That Awkward Moment.”

    ***And front…sides…backs of knees. I’ll take all of him.

    • He’s really unattractive to me and I made a post on Tumblr about him being ugly lol

      • It’s his chin.

        • Lol this is funny to me because of who else you told me has a weak chin and how much I have the urge to punch him when I think about it lol

      • miss t-lee

        Yeah, Sahara.

      • I mean, he’s no Zayn Malik, but he’s attractive to me…I guess I like the tall and lanky type a lot :)

        • Kema

          Me too Tes… me too.

          • LadyIbaka

            I like them talk and lanky but no oogly.

        • Well none of us is Zayn Malik. He is working with Malay (the dude who produced the majority of channel, ORANGE) for his debut album.

        • Vanity in Peril

          Zayn Malik is 12 years old though, right?

        • Jennifer

          Zayn Malik??? ::goes to the google machine:: Nah, not my type. He’s too young for me.

      • LadyIbaka

        He is absolutely, urrrghhhhh!!!

        • Siante

          I think he’s cute? I don’t get where you ladies are seeing ugly????

          • LadyIbaka

            He ugly as the eff. I don’t get where you ladies are seeing beauty.

            • Deeds

              Interesting, because I think he’s cute too. I don’t see where yall are seeing ugliness.

              • kid video

                A lot of these chicks on here just fronting…if Mackie approached yall on the street/nite club, dem panties drawers would get real moist.

                • miss t-lee

                  Nah.

                  • towninc

                    yeah that was a stretch

                    • miss t-lee

                      Stretch Armstrong style reach.
                      Anthony F*cking Mackie?
                      chile…

                    • towninc

                      i liked him in 1 movie with Kerri Washington. But then i realized i really just kind of liked his character and the music in the movie. No moistness for mackie, sorry

                    • miss t-lee

                      LOL
                      I never much saw it for him as an actor either.

                  • kid video
                    • miss t-lee

                      No reason.
                      He does absolutely nothing for me, famous or not.

            • Siante

              no he’s not! lol- he’s just an average looking dude, I’ve dated men who look like him– their looks aren’t “overwhelming” but they have attractive “qualities” & then they just grow on me cuz of the personality….but “ugly as the eff”? nah lol

              • Kema

                Yea I think he’s average but his demeanor raises him up a notch.

              • I put him in the same category as Derek Luke.

                • MzzPeaches

                  Derek Luke had a special place in my heart until I found out he wasn’t checking for sistas. Talk about sandbox…

                  • Damon Young

                    that’s not really fair. he’s been married to the same woman for 17 years. not like he’s gone through a parade of snow his entire public career. he could very well be checking for sistas. just didn’t marry one.

                    • MzzPeaches

                      Could is the operative word. That pendulum could be swinging in the other direction and he was never checking for us. I can’t explain it, but it just made his stock drop for me.

                    • LadyIbaka

                      Don’t matter…nyhoo, they can have him.

                  • towninc

                    does that really change his dorky cuteness? i even loved watching him on empire with his akward self.

                    • MzzPeaches

                      It does for me. Add Reggie Bush, The Rock, Taye Diggs (pre-drag), and a couple of other colored actors to the list.

                      Still like his work tho, he just doesn’t have any appeal to me anymore.

                    • mssporadic

                      The Rock’s ex and Derek Luke’s wives are hispanic. And like Derek, the Rock was with his wife for years before he got famous (she supported him when he was jobless) and now she’s his manager. I think that count’s as being anti-black women.

                    • MzzPeaches

                      The Rock has been divorced for quite some time, his current gf is white. Can’t help how I feel. I just find it “interesting” when black men (no matter how much they play into the racially ambiguous role *cough*Rock*cough*) aren’t linked to or marry any women of their own race.

                    • kid video

                      “…marry any women of their own race”.

                      Isn’t The Rock Samoan?

                    • MzzPeaches

                      His father is Black, mother is Samoan.

                    • Illumina

                      I can see where you’re coming from.

                      But I usually only put the my list and deduct attractive points if talk shizz about black women and/or have a history of violence against women. You can be married interracially or intraracially, that makes no difference to me.

                      With that said, you feel how you feel.

                    • MzzPeaches

                      Add Kevin Hart. Used to love his comedy, until he started trash talking dark skin women and popped up w/ the trophy light bright fiance. I was like “huh?!” What do you tell your lil dark skin daughter when she comes home from school crying cause some boy repeated your same jokes to her?

                    • Deeds

                      I missed that one, what did he say.

                    • MzzPeaches
                    • MzzPeaches
                    • honeydip

                      SPEAK ON IT! Sistas may not always wanna say it but I will. If you not checking for me, then the punnai not checking for you

                    • The Rock loves Black women.

                    • MzzPeaches

                      Receipts?

                    • towninc

                      Taye Diggs (pre-drag)???? Lord, did i miss something lol?

                      Isn’t the Rock mixed?

                    • MzzPeaches

                      http://img2.timeinc.net/people/i/2015/news/150803/diggs-hedwig-02-800.jpg

                      He’s on Broadway playing a drag queen in Hedwig and the Angry Inch.

                    • towninc

                      What in the World?????????

                    • MzzPeaches

                      Exactly.

                  • Siante

                    I didn’t want to say it but……………………..me too

                • LadyIbaka

                  I have a soft spot for Derek like because of save the last dance…..it’s him right?!?

                  • miss t-lee

                    NO!!! LOL

                    • LadyIbaka

                      I give up. If you ain’t an Idris, then…to the left, to the left.

                    • miss t-lee

                      Totally different dude in Save The Last Dance…lol

                    • LadyIbaka

                      I really thought they were one and the same person.

                    • miss t-lee

                      I’m laughing so loud right now.

                    • Damon Young

                      LOLOL

                  • No, that was Sean Patrick Thomas

                    • LadyIbaka

                      Look like twins.

                    • towninc

                      lol i forgot about him. he was cute though too

                    • towninc

                      i think i really just liked his name. i wanted to say it over and over. it sounded so distinguished like hmmmm phillip michael thomas.

                • miss t-lee

                  what category would this be? I’m curious.

                  • Celebrities that look like men that I would pass by on the street and think “Oh he’s kinda cute” and keep walking. They have a “guy next door” feel to them.

                    • miss t-lee

                      Hmmmm.
                      That’s pretty accurate.

              • LadyIbaka

                We agree to disagree. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

          • miss t-lee

            I didn’t say he was ugly, but he’s not getting anything flowing either.

            • Siante

              lmao!

            • Tristan

              So its hurricane or sahara no middle ground eh

              • miss t-lee

                Basically.

      • Courtney Wheeler

        Michael B. Jordan is like Anthony Mackie to me…somedays i think their cute…other days im like…”yeah no”

    • Tes! The VSB OG is back! How are you?

    • LMNOP

      Testorshia!! *throwing welcome back glitter*

    • Cleojonz

      I refuse to watch Fruitvale station. My soul is not ready but I am here for this Creed movie coming out this fall. Cannot wait,

      • Hopefully it’s better than Southpaw.

        • towninc

          was it bad? i was really hoping

          • Southpaw plays like an abridged version of itself. There really shouldn’t been like 30 more minutes to it honestly. Granted it would of been 2.5 hours at that point but it would of really made it a great boxing film because it had all the right parts in place.

            • towninc

              so i didn’t listen and i went and saw it anyway. yeah it was drawn out and had only like 2 boxing scenes to be called Southpaw, a film i thought was about boxing. it was more like a romantic drama. oh well i think jake did a good job though.

      • Sigma_Since 93
      • Asiyah

        I understand, Cleo. I watched it and it made me all emotional.

        • Cleojonz

          I got emotional just from the trailers. It just too much!

      • miss t-lee

        It was rough.

      • Sela Lewis

        I sat in this small, independent theater that had only about 50 seats. Then I cried and cried for the last ten minutes of the movie.

  • Nick Peters

    Funkmaster Flex: Because what he did last night was flagrant:

    Hopefully, will cost him his spot
    https://www.change.org/p/hip-hop-have-funk-flex-step-down-from-his-role-at-hot-97

    Caused Meek to have no hope of winning the battle with Drake and potentially ended his career

    and might have cost Fetty Wap his shot (seriously, how many people had a negative thing to say about him before 9 PM last night?)

    • That girl MEL!

      I wasn’t on Twitter because I was adulting. What happened with Funk Flex and meek mill? Can someone break it down?

      • Nick Peters

        Flex announced before his show started @ 7 PM that Meek was going to be a guest and that he was going to drop a response to “Charged Up”.

        Not only did Meek not show but there was no response, he didn’t come on air to tell people (only coming on @ 10 to state that he was still waiting for an email with the track from Meek’s people), he replayed the same 5 tracks ( 2 from Fetty, BBHMM, Commas, and Omarion/Chris Brown/Aiko track, and assorted Drake tracks) in circulation for 90% of the time) while randomly dropping the bomb soundtrack during songs until midnight…

        • Can I say Meek Mill seems like the type of guy to b*tch out like that? Seriously? And the only reason I listen to Power 105 is so that my daughter doesn’t complain during the commercials. LOL

          • Nick Peters

            I don’t think he ever had a track…I think Flex made the track up, Meek found out, and decided not to go.

          • Why is the Drake/Meek Mill beef so tiresome. That “Charged Up” sh*t was a wheelbarrow full of yawns.

            • Kema

              Yea I heard it and thought maybe I’m just not ‘down’ because it seemed mediocre IMO.

              • I don’t like Aubrey but he can rap. The way ninjas were hyping it up I thought Aubrey may have brought some heat. I heard it and almost fell asleep at the wheel.

                • Tristan

                  It was very nonchalent and passive, which defeats the purpose.

                • Okay but that charity cases line was funny.

                • This is why I won’t ever understand, y’all really thought Drake was about to come out, guns blazing, and rip Meek to shreds? You know who had the greatest diss track of all time? I get a good laugh every time I hear the intro….. FUGG JAY Z!!!!

                  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=np_ajGU42I0

                  • I’m not saying he should’ve been all “Hey, Fab… Immma kill you!” but you need to bloody the guy.

                    • But it’s Drake. He’s out here in strip clubs simping.

                    • You’re right, AP I keep forgetting that it’s Drake.

                    • You’re not the only person I know who feels like the “diss track” was underwhelming but coming from Aubrey, it’s about as “hard” as it’s going to get. You want a substantial, lyrical, beating? You have to look outside this “Stripper Rap” currently flooding mainstream music.

                  • Reemo

                    This the hardest diss track ever in my opinion

                    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vodRW5H3eY

                    Which garnered this response which was very 3-6 like

                    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6cPesD8lxZM

                • HOT TUB TONY

                  Drake’s song “Energy” would have been a better diss record

            • Nick Peters

              and he still slaughtered Meek with it

              • He slaughtered him with paper cuts and gentle pokes to the arms.

          • Tristan

            Meek is on Papa Doc right now, you cant make fun of Drake we already know he’s lame, and he blew his ghostwriter card on twitter

            • So Drake really doesn’t write his own rhymes?

              • Tristan

                Dude is denying it, but at this stage on his career i wouldnt put it past Aubrey to start outsourcing. He literally said anything on that last album and people ate it up, why even try?

                • I guess things really have changed.

                  • Tristan

                    Its not even hip hop, its the fans. You cant even say a rapper is trash without a fan googling their net worth. People worried bout the wrong things

                    • Drake and Meek Mill beef doesn’t work. You can’t have a good beef with two rappers in vastly different weight classes.

                    • Tristan

                      Drake doesnt think he has much to gain, but if he had went in the booth and killed Meek i think it couldve been a nice notch on his belt

                    • True. I wonder when this phenomena began. Not caring about the content at all and just being content that person X is “making bank”

                    • Tristan

                      I wanna say it was 50. He wore his soundscan numbers and wealth like a championship belt

                    • It’s sad. I do recognize that money is a means to an end but it ain’t everything and there are so many things money can’t buy. But, that’s easy for me to say, I don’t think I’ve ever really struggled and had “nothing”.

                    • Epsilonicus

                      Your last sentence says it all.

                • That’s a real shame.

    • Always figured the online petition to get people fired would end up being used for something like this lol.

      • Nick Peters

        I got up early just to listen to Power 105…first time in my life.

    • Uniquely Blushed
    • Tristan

      I listened to Lukewarm 97 for as long as i could, my God New York hip hop is dead

      • st george doesnt exist

        been dead or the mainstream anyway

    • Damon Young

      meek’s learning that if you come at the king (and yeah, drake is the king of rap right now) you best not miss.

      • Epsilonicus

        I want your thoughts on this statement. Someone said it to me and I am struggling to formulate an opinion on it.

        “Kanye West has been the most important hip hop artist for the last 10 years”

        • Define important.

          • Epsilonicus

            Here is the argument the person made on this redditt board I was perusing:

            “The guy has won more than 20 Grammys, and he’s probably the single most important person in hip-hop (and has been for 10 years). While his personal life (or should I just say antics?) have gotten him a lot of negative attention, he’s still almost universally praised by critics- in particular, his fifth album (My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy). In 2010, the following publications ranked it their #1 Best Album of the Year: The Telegraph, NOW, Billboard Critics’ Picks, Paste, Rolling Stone, Vibe, Spin, Entertainment Weekly, Time Magazine, The AV Club, Pitchfork, Slant, Spinner, and Stereogum. It was in the top five for The Telegraph, The Independent, The Chicago Tribune, The Boston Globe, and The New York Post, among others. In 2014 Pitchfork retrospectively called it the best album of the decade, and NME put it at #24 of their Top 500 albums of all time list.

            He’s incredibly diverse stylistically, and his personal artistic experiments always (without exception) have a massive impact on the trajectory of his genre. He’s pretty much always ahead of the curve. Kanye is pretty much the David Bowie of hip-hop, or maybe the Bob Dylan of hip-hop. One might even go so far as to say that he (alone) is “The Beatles” of hip-hop, but that comparison is so overused it’s become a cliche.

            I’m not saying that you have to like Kanye, and for that matter I’m not going to say that anyone has to like Bowie or Dylan, but I think it’s impossible to ignore that he personally has had more impact on his own genre than anyone in the past decade.”

            • That entire thing sounds like the rational to why Kanye is a great artist or maybe the best rapper in the past 10 years. Doesn’t speak much to influence. In terms of production, rapping style, album format, or subject matter I wouldn’t say Kanye has been the most influential. Drake is the more defining sound of hip hop recently than Kanye ever has been honestly.

              • Epsilonicus

                “Drake is the more defining sound of hip hop recently than Kanye ever has been honestly.”

                I had to re-read that. I would say there probably would be no Drake w/o Kanye. But I guess recently sure.

                However, someone on VSB said we might not have had TPAB without Yeezus. That was an interesting statement.

                • I’d have to seem them defend that statement because it’s absolutely ludicrous considering those albums are nothing at all alike in shape form or fashion. Drake is pretty much the same dude sense Comeback Season which dropped in 07. If anyone, I’d say Kid Cudi opened the lane for Drake more than anyone else.

            • st george doesnt exist

              I used to be a fan but i cant knock how important he is. His production alone if worth his importance.

        • Damon Young

          that person was right.

      • Siante

        or….. you best not be irrelevant

        • Tristan

          To Meek’s credit he is important enough to actually get people to care, i just dont think he’s good enough at the whole actual rapping thing

          • I think he’s a nice gimmick of the moment, that “Check” song he has out gets played on full blast in my car.

            • Tristan

              Ima Boss, Dreams and Nightmares, House Party….he’s had his moments. He’s a little above like the Wale, Big Sean tier but not quite Cole and Kendrick

              • Wale is so funny to me, because he’s got this Kanye complex, “listen to me, I’m a genius, you don’t understand the gift I have” but not the actual gift. He thinks that just because he rides Seinfeld’s dikk like it’s the last phallus on Earth, this makes him some hip hop unicorn.

                • Tristan

                  Wale got into the game and was like, I got it, i know exactly what the game has been missing and learned it wasnt as easy as he thought it would be. And as much as people talk about Kanye, he never turned on his fans even if they wasnt feeling 808s or Yeezus

                  • I think that was due to brevity more than anything. Kanye had quite a few albums under his belt before he dropped 808s & Yeezus. He had a solid fan base and the majority of them still rode for him through those “interesting” albums. Wale ain’t got that kind of clout with the people. Wale ain’t got that kind of word play.

          • Siante

            to Meek’s [dis]credit he is important enough to actually get people to care [because he’s dating Nicki Minaj].

            • Ding! Ding! Ding! If he weren’t attached to her faux hip, no one currr

    • Cleojonz

      But is it confirmed that Meek actually had a track? Maybe he failed to get it to the station in time? I don’t know I’m just trying to give the benefit of the doubt. I couldn’t even tell you one song Meek Mill is on. That’s how little I care.

      • Tristan

        If he did…idk why he would go to a ny radio station in 2015. Did he record in on a cassette too?

        • Cleojonz

          On cassette and bike messengered to the hot 97 offices lol.

    • Tristan

      Not a Charlemagne fan at all but I did laugh when he was tweeting out videos of pump fakes during Flex’s show

      • Aren’t they all on the same radio station? Why does everyone dislike Flex? Before this happened apparently the people of NY have wanted him gone for a while.

        • Charlemagne is on 105.1 and Flex is on 97. I listen to the Breakfast Club locally but I’ve streamed both before and 105 seems like a better listen simply because I dislike Ebro and Rosenberg.

          • I dislike NY so all of these people are new to me, aside from Charlamagne, we’re less than a few degrees from separation because he used to mess with one of my cousins down in SC :-

        • Tristan

          ClearChannel owns Power and Hot97 so this “beef” is basically wrestling level

    • NomadaNare

      Nice.

  • I’m the girl at the club who walks away when I turn around and see that I’m dancing with Quasimodo or my girls give me the face that says “Bish, walk away! He ugly!”

    • Kema

      I give the Mutombo finger.

      • LadyIbaka

        Kema!!!!!!!!!!! Hey lady

        • Kema

          Hey lady!!!! Where have you been?

      • JB

        No, no, no!

    • LadyIbaka

      Yaz!!!!

    • Tristan

      Rude.

      • LadyIbaka

        Nothing rude about that. A woman’s gotta know her worth.

        • Tristan

          Its a dance in a dark room…at least let the song finish.

      • It’s rude of him to veer outside his aesthetic lane like that!

        • st george doesnt exist

          what if EVERY thing out his lane though? he just trying to live lol

          • It isn’t. There’s someone out there who finds me not to be attractive and that’s cool. I find men who like my look and act accordingly if I like their look.

    • Damon Young

      see…

    • HeyBooHey

      *daps* Your girls ain’t your real friends if they don’t give you that Quasimodo heads up

    • Boo Radley

      See, this is a lesson I never learned. I always feel bad and finish the dance with him anyway…then wonder why my azz is stalked for the rest of the night. Bruh. Take the favor and dip.

      • I feel no obligations to finish out a dance with men I don’t find attractive and what you stated is exactly why. I’m left with this ugly shadow following me around and asking me what I’m doing after the lights come on. At least follow me to the bar and buy me some absinthe so that it’s easier for me to tolerate your face :-

        • Tristan

          Pulchritude deficient women good for holding ur wrist for a song too long, sometimes u gotta let em enjoy their evening….and dont make eye contact during the letout

          • It’s gotta be way easier shaking ugly women than it is ugly men. You can easily whisper something in her ear and make your exit. Meanwhile, I’m stuck trying to muscle a 6’0 300lb gorilla off my damb back. I’ve had to nut check more than a few men who refused to take a polite hint so I no longer care about niceties when it comes to telling men “nawl”.

            • Young Olu

              Why the polite hint? just cut to the chase with a smile… works everytime

              • LadyIbaka

                Hi Olu, how is your day going?!?!

                • Young Olu

                  lol i’m good. how are you?

            • brothaskeeper

              I’m only 295, thankyouverymuch…and what’s a little sweat between dance potnas?

              • If you’re attractive, nothing.

                • brothaskeeper

                  Well….I shave my back daily, and my glass eye stays polished….

        • Siante

          exactly. I tell all my girls, do not pity ugly men AT ALL they got they’re own game, they got ugly confidence. They will be ok.

          • Tristan

            Its so cold in the D

          • MALynn

            Listen…that ugly confidence is no lie. There’s a saying “the uglier they are, the fresher they get.”

            • Tristan

              Sounds like my boy Chico (no lie we named him after the dog in Next Friday) got clothes for days tho

              • MALynn

                They usually do since they have to compensate. I’m not super shallow but I got swindled by an estethic appeal deficient dude. He smelled nice, danced well,was smart, and had nice clothes. At the end of the day…none of this matters if I can stare in your eyes without laughing.

          • Gotta get you a pretty boy that doesn’t know he’s attractive.

            • Tristan

              Women dont like insecure or modest men typically

              • Dating insecure people is the most emotionally exhausting relationship you’ll ever have in your life. Do. Not. DO. IT!

              • No one likes an insecure mate (male of female)

                • Tristan

                  I think ninjas are a little more tolerant of the diamond in the rough girl, its like an open box special

                  • Nothing better than a woman with an open box.

                  • Woman, by far, are more tolerant of “diamond in the rough” men.

                    • Tristan

                      Yall mistake rocks for diamonds

                    • Diamonds are glorified rocks so what is you saying?

                    • Brass Tacks

                      Nah. Yall just dont see the “dont pass go” sign attached to these dudes.

              • LadyIbaka

                I LOVE humility, that is such a great quality. An insecure man is the most UNseggazy thing ever.

              • Jennifer

                Insecure and modest are two very different things.

            • YES TO THIS!!!

            • Jennifer

              ^^^Unicorns.

              • Naw, I have a friends that.

                • Jennifer

                  Show me the receipts.

          • Brandon Allen

            Ugly confidence a.k.a. willingness to spend money

            • Siante

              Good point, buutttt…….some ugly dudes just know to give a woman the attention the pretty boys don’t have time too give (cuz they managing so many other women)….so u see how women get hooked? Next thing u know, she pregnant by the ugly dude #game.

          • JonSnerw

            Well damn

    • st george doesnt exist

      the humpback may knock it out the park though (forgive me lol) ugly folk need love too

      • Why can’t people want to be physically attracted to other people though? Not only that, but there are plenty of people I don’t find attractive that someone else will.

        • st george doesnt exist

          i know it happens.. it even happen to me before i was married years back. I just didnt mind the ugly women who had a fine body. I didnt mind dancing with them if they shake that a zz right. Plus the places i was hanging, being pretty didnt even matter by the end of the night lol

        • Sela Lewis

          If you are dating an ugly man, acknowledge to yourself he’s ugly, and move on. You do not need to compromise your desire for physical attraction, in exchange for an intellectual one.
          http://img.pandawhale.com/85833-is-it-too-much-to-ask-for-both-2yVg.gif

    • DG

      D@mn…cold world out here for facially challenged men…reminds of one of Bro. Hughes’ poems…

      What happens to an ugly man deferred? Does he drown his disappointment in rum & Coke? Does he find an even DARKER corner of the club to continue to dance with unsuspecting women? Does his night end numberless and h0rny?

      • LadyIbaka

        That’s not our problem…..make up the ugly part by having good D, being a good dancer, cook or something. Although I’m pretty sure, none of that counts at that particular moment.

        • DG

          Exactly…in order for him to make up for ugly, he’s gotta get past “hello, my name is…” If he can’t get even get past that initial 2-step, what hope is there??

      • Julie Mango TheGladiator Staff

        HEEEELARRRYOUS!!!

      • Hes that same guy that walked clear across the entire club, only to be turned down , and take that long walk of shame back to his boys

      • h.h.h.

        1 and 3.

  • Breh.

  • Nick Peters

    I see potential in this thread in 5 or 6 hours

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