So, I was on Facebook and trying to find a video last night, and ended up running across this one below on a FB page called: “Men’s View Point.” I actually took the time to watch the video, and in it is three comedians that I know you know. Mike Epps, Aries Spears, and last but definitely naught least a brothah named Brandon T. Jackson who in naught just my opinion, but truly felt what he was kicking, and how he was kicking what truly needed to be kicked; touching on everything that needed to be known and in the raw, which was etched in stone with the blood of truth. I mean I really don’t think that he could break it down any plainer. Everything that he spoke on was felt, naught because he made it sound good, but it was good because what he said was the truth, upright and relatable, and I speak for self when I say relatable.
A strong message from a comedian that decided that it was time to move beyond the time of jokes for the entertaining of the mind, and get to what was asked, and needed which is to be another light worker who now strives to enlighten our people who think it’s a game and refuse to take things as seriously as they should especially when it comes to naught just their own life but others as well. So much to say about his delivery, but I’ll let you watch for yourself and then you decide who you think was more on point. Now, as far as the other two, which is Mike Epps and Aries Spears is concerned; this is where it gets a little tricky. Why I say this is because I watched Mike Epps video some days ago about a katt getting gunned down by the Police in Indianapolis, which I think he said is his hometown. And his video I also felt, because I knew where he was coming from.
However, Aries Spears felt differently due to Mike Epps saying: “Police are killing young black men because they’re watching us kill us.” So he had some words to say in regards to how he felt about Mike Epps; calling him “Reckless and Irresponsible and statement being on the level of Charles Barkley.” So when you watch the video you’ll see, and hear for yourself what jumps off with that. I won’t give my take on those two yet, but I will say that, though Aries Spears has a right to feel and express his thoughts on how he felt, I think due to him knowing why Mike Epps said what he said; him being whomever he sees self to be, he could’ve gave a much more balanced response rather than try and what Mike Epps allegedly said: “Discredit Him” which I would basically see as an attempt to assassinate one’s Character.
I also know how it’s important to pay attention, because there’s too much going on naught to. And I would have to ask: “Was Aries Spears wrong to a degree for what he said or how he chose to express his take?” Remember, it’s naught just what you say, but how you choose to say things with intent. Maybe this was his way to get people over to his podcast? Maybe, maybe naught. Either-way, I’m hoping they can work it out. My thoughts for the people’s take.Another example of The Battle of the Mind? You decide.
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