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The Chop Up

The Chop Up Show

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Hosts, @ToyuhGee, @TheConsciousLee, and @ThePoliticalPlug, discuss various topics and issues as a young, Black, culturally, and socially aware millinials in America. Topics will range from humorous to serious to political as they navigate their own perspectives and engage with the live YouTube and Facebook audience.

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As the trial develops over the guilt of George Floyd's murderer, Derek Chauvin, the crew checks in with each other and listeners about how they feel about the proceedings.

@Toyuhgee and the crew pull back the layers on the recently exposed elevator altercation between rappers and former love interests, Saweetie and Quavo

@ThePoliticalPlug kicks off the show with a break down of the online beef between Brooklyn Nets basketball player, Kevin Durant and comedian, Michael Rappaport.

The Political Plug guides us through a breakdown of what has recently happened with voter exclusion and voting regulations in the State of Georgia

@TheConsciousLee kicks off a conversation about the major controversy Lil Nas X created with the release of his "Call Me By Your Name" music video

The crew explores the cheating scandal with Derrick Jaxn, the (mis)advice of Kevin Samuels, and the toxity of "relationship gurus"

In light of the newly released film, "Judas and The Black Messiah", focused on the work of Black Panther Leader, Fred Hampton, @ThePoliticalPlug guides the conversation about the influence of The BPP.

Texan @TheConciousLee opens up about the glaring realities of climate change and more importantly, environmental racism, as all eyes were on the State of Texas and the South in the February 2021 snow/ice storm

@Toyuhgee starts the show by asking the crew when the right time is to start introducing kids to the realities and impacts of slavery.

2021 Black History Month Awards

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