It's always weird to hear your own writing read back to you. You find yourself thinking, am I that childish and vulgar?
A while back, my article on Dr. Dre was turned into an audiobook. It begins with discussion of how the World Class Wreckin Crew got more pussy than the BusBoys, despite the fact that they dressed like fruits—and the BusBoys fucked everybody. I think that was about as much of it as I ever listened to. But I already knew how it went, because I wrote the damn thing.
This newsletter is about a silly controversy that arose after the release of a Black Girl Magic feature in Essence magazine. It gets into what exactly that is and why this is all so ridiculous. Johnetta "Netta" Elzie, the leader of Black Lives Matter, figures prominently, and roundly.
It's read by Mumia Ali a/k/a Obsidian, a blogger for the men's rights site A Voice for Men, who does a daily podcast that's distributed primarily via YouTube. Check out this article he wrote for Return of Kings, 5 Reasons Why Black Feminism Is A Failure. He's doing yeoman work. Consider donating to his Patreon account.