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Sunday 14th of October – 90s Baby Show Live – Grab your tickets using the link https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/90s-baby-show-live-tickets-48877062610?ref=estw

Should we be careful at the things we laugh at as black people? Should black people be upset when black stars go mainstream And get more commercial attention? or should we be just be happy? Just because something is funny, is it right to laugh?

So many questions we explored but we go there!

1.9.9.2 BOYS are back with this weeks episode and joined by our friend from long time Hitori shun. We start off talking secondary school days and fighting so dont mind the bravado expressed to start with. Although those days are way behind us, could you really say you can scrap just because you won your last fight years ago? Some people living off the glory days need to understand its a different time and place; if you don’t use it you lose it.

We also discuss some stories of ex’s and experiences dealing with girls as Mandem do when we get together, IT IS NOT ALWAYS ABOUT YOU GIRLS (Even though secretly it is)

Both Fred and Temi went to Kevin Harts Irresponsible Show in the O2 and gave their review on it. Kevin Hart has received a lot of accolades and had a lot of commercial success; but is this a good thing for the culture? Is a black star lost once they have commercial success, and have crowds of multi-culture? or are they representing us on continuous away games?

The boys had alot to say about the performance, and the vibe of the night which seemed to have the same theme even though they went on different days.

Soul Plane was a great film, but Temi poses the question of whether it was just a film filled with stereotypes, and may have been a bit dangerous to laugh at? was it a film full of pure coonery that may be ok to laugh at when in the comforts of your own home, but dangerous for the image of black people in wider society?

We dont want to ruin classics, especially seen as its different times and we are more ‘woke’ now. However, we do have to be educated, and know that just because something is funny, doesn’t mean its right to laugh?

Enjoy this one and use #90sbabyshow on all socials and stories to get involved in the conversation

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EVENTS

Sunday 14th of October – 90s Baby Show Live – Grab your tickets using the link https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/90s-baby-show-live-tickets-48877062610?ref=estw

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