Bridging Black Culture

I usually don’t do this, but this is my rant. This rant was inspired by Katt Williams recent interview on v103 in Atlanta.

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Don’t get me wrong I’m all for competition, especially in the hip-hop culture. When it comes to any competition, I’m here for it. Where is the line though? How far do we let it go? How long do we have to sit and watch our black brothers and sisters bash each other in the media? How much more beef does…

Spoken word artist and writer. Living my life and writing about it along the way, it just might inspire somebody. IG: @iamjustinpatton

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Justin Patton

Justin Patton

Spoken word artist and writer. Living my life and writing about it along the way, it just might inspire somebody. IG: @iamjustinpatton

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