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Beware the Snatch and Drag

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Lavinia and Boughetto talk about a shooting at the National Zoo in DC during African American Family Day (3:45).  Two people were shot, but no one killed.  A suspect has not yet been identified.  This was not the first violent incident during AA Family Day at the Zoo.  Lavinia makes a lame attempt to find a positive in all this.  What can be done to prevent this from happening? Lavinia talks about her latest trip to the Maryland Zoo where she was disappointed, but amuzed by the 5-legged elephant (11:20).  Segway into the story about the rapper who got high, chopped off his lil man and then jumped from a 2 story building (13:15).  And of course the ladies are trying to figure out how hell does this happen. Porsha snatched Kenya's edges and used her evening gown to mop the floor.  Boughetto is 100% #TeamPorsha. They drop a tip for life for any of you ladies who anticipate having to take a mug shot.  You can beat by the Gawdz, but if that track ain't in tight... (21:00)  Porsha might press felonly charges?  Not sure how that will work though. Boughetto's Galaxy gave us some technical problems but it got it's life together after a few seconds. Before going into the final segment, the girls take a moment to reflect on the blessing they received from Big B of the In Deep Show (@indeepshowb on twitter) during last week's show.  In case you didn't know "reality" tv is so scripted.  Who goes to Mexico with people they hate? Quick music interuption (30:05). Finally, a popular black blogger has her credit run by a commenter because she married a white man.  He doesn't believe she has the right to comment on black issues because of her marriage.  Once again, Lavinia can't say everything that's on her mind, but she says a lot.  We will definitely revisit the topic of why black people disqualify other black people from "blackness".