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Episode 47: One Day It'll All Make Sense or The Rebel of the Hyphen Podcast Group

Episode 47: One Day It'll All Make Sense or The Rebel of the Hyphen Podcast Group

Update: 2019-07-19
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That's no typo, this IS episode 47, and after next episode it'll all make sense. Due to the actions of Elle-Double and Jah of Talk of the Talk Black to Me Podcast, Maps was forced release this episode out of order. To hear the loving "tribute" they made, go listen to their latest episode, ya boy was honored to say the least. We start this episode off talking about Miles' distaste for working a 9 to 5 and how it wrecks havoc on his existence, after that Jermaine Dupri's comments on female emcees and Maps' opinions about it and female rappers in general. From there our host talks about how a tweet he read made him think about would you rather your daughter be a successful stripper or drug dealer, and how he reacted to the response from his Hyphen family. Lastly Mr. Prower discusses a conversation he had about pronouns and racial slurs he had on Facebook. 
Make sure you go download and subscribe the Talk Black To Me Podcast at  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/talk-black-to-me/id1436551757 
 For more media from Maps, as well as other great podcasts, head on over to www.hyphenpodcastgroup.com, and go to https://www.patreon.com/hyphenpodcastgroup if the spirit moves you to support. Remember without knowledge of self all monetary and material riches mean nothing.  Go to www.blackhistorybuff.com and reap the benefits of our ancestors.  Tell em Maps sent ya!
 

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Episode 47: One Day It'll All Make Sense or The Rebel of the Hyphen Podcast Group

Episode 47: One Day It'll All Make Sense or The Rebel of the Hyphen Podcast Group

Miles Amadeus Prower