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Cinema Bun Podcast Episode 12 featuring Panama Jackson – Baby Boy

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For their latest episode of the Cinema Bun Podast, the podcast hosted by Berook (@ethiopianboy) and Tonja (@embracethej) where they discuss movie news and conduct movie reviews, they enlisted the “expertise” in Black movie-dom, VSB’s own Panama Jackson, to talk about what is possibly the greatest movie of all time, Baby Boy. While that statement is in deed debateable, what isn’t is that a fun conversation about it ensued.

So check out this episode, and all of them actually, of the Cinema Bun Podcast and subscribe to their podcast via iTunes or listen to it via Stitcher.

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Panama Jackson

Panama Jackson is pretty fly (and gorgeous) for a light guy. He used to ship his frito to Tito in the District, but shipping prices increased so he moved there to save money. He refuses to eat cocaine chicken. When he's not saving humanity with his words or making music with his mouth, you can find him at your mama's mama's house drinking her fine liquors. Most importantly, he believes the children are our future. You can hit him on his hitter at

  • Tonja (aka Cheeks)

    our initials rhyme.

  • DJ Kicks


    • Tonja (aka Cheeks)

      thanks! :D

  • I loved Baby Boy when it came out…..I was 13 and cuz Taraji. I watched it again as a 25 year old man and it was the most horrendous thing I ever seen. The fake deep lessons, the rapey scenes, Omar Gooding’s terrible acting, and there was literally nothing learned.

  • Oh and its the irresistible force paradox. #wellBlackually

  • Great podcast! Coming to America is totally a Romantic Comedy.

  • cakes_and_pies

    If “Love, Actually” doesn’t do anything for you, you may be dead inside.
    I never realized there was a relation of John Singleton to Nas. Interesting..

  • DJ Kicks

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