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  1. I love this channel DBW! I agree with you about artist who promote activities that don't uplift our youth or ppl. I did she a brief video of Cardi B and she spoke about having and I treat in the government and history. I would love for you have her on the show just to more in depth on her intelligence.

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  2. You wrong for saying that she is native as well we are Native. The issue is we not African American we were here already we have to build our selves to greatness that guy the guy you with that is a billionaire should start a business of meadia over there and broadcast it and you can bring Roland with you as well

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  3. The concert was a flop the stadium was almost empty. Am so happy the Nigerian promoter who brought her to Ghana was not successful .they were going to destroy the good name Ghana for profit

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  4. This technology transfer thing is what I am always wondering about. Like China, why wouldn't black countries in Africa and Caribbean do the same? Rather than keep accepting aid/grants that come with foreign labor, and onerous conditions that leave us in more debt and more dependency?

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  5. Can you ask ALL OF AFRICA YYYYYYYYYY they allow ANY NATION to come to Africa and build, make money off of Africa but Africa isn’t welcomed ANYWHERE to come build, buy or make money off ANY NATION. From France, India to China??? Please help me understand because I’m not sure if you know this but none Asian people can’t buy property in any Asian countries.

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  6. Well, Cardi B is a rags-to-riches story. "I like million dollar contracts, where's my pen? (Now) I'm signin'." "I like provin' (negroes) wrong, I do what they say I cannot do…" It looks like she's had her fair share of Negro Naysayers, too!

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  7. I pray that Africa don’t digest the worse of so African Americans specially hip hop it’s took over by these racist corporations “who have the artist promoting genocide ,and drug addiction “

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  8. Bonita =HARLEM ↔️DC/MD↔️NC
    THAANNNK YOUUUUUUU DR. BOYCE!!!
    YESSS PAN AFRICANISM IS ALIVE AND WELL✊🏾

    Beyoncé dropped "IVY PARK” today. I PRAY that it blows up & puts towards a BLACK WALL STREET. Hwvr, Bey’s presentation is DISGUSTING & for the #lowinformed’s tastes.
    All beauty implants Are a waste of money.

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  9. I am in my eighties and I was in Ghana for three months .I developed friendships that has lasted until today. I have been friends with Africans since the fifties.When I was in Ghana fifty years ago I was made to feel right at home.The people were very friendly and supportive.

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  10. Also, the Chinese don't share how they create synthetic hair used for braiding hair. In my profession, I see Black Americans constantly overshare cultural hair techniques on social media platforms helping increase Chinese wealth( also creating Chinese multi millionaires). They not only create hair, they take info from online platforms on how to create haircare products, and styling tools, Definitely unequal exchange, I wish we really collectively understood this concept.

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