In this flashback, Vlad opened up to Kid from Kid ‘n Play about various celebrities coming at Vlad online over a fake article that claimed VladTV was mentioned in Casanova 2X’s paperwork, including Questlove. Vlad pointed out that Nick Cannon’s interview with Casanova was actually mentioned in his paperwork, and Vlad added that neither he nor Nick are the feds, they are just people conducting interviews. To hear more of the conversation, hit the above clip.
The fate of the Queen Mary, an iconic rusted, floating tourist attraction, is up in the air after a report commissioned by the Long Beach City Council.
In this VladTV Flashback from 2017, Trick Daddy attempted to clarify what he meant when he told Black women to “tighten up” in comparison to other ethnicities of women. Trick stated that his statement wasn’t meant to be disrespectful and said that some women even seconded his comments. He even said that “half of ’em already tightened up.”
In the latest clip, Charleston White explained why he called Jackie Chan a disgrace for not leaving the entirety of his wealth to his son. White’s opinion sparked a debate with DJ Vlad, who sided with Jackie Chan due to the actor’s son not living a productive life. White argued that the wealth can be squandered by whoever Chan leaves it to, adding it shouldn’t matter because Chan will have passed away by then.
In this clip, Vlad explained to TK Kirkland why he feels a bit uneasy about Juneteenth. While Vlad said he’s happy black people received the acknowledgement, he believes the logic behind the holiday and it celebrating black people’s transition from chattel to human to be flawed. For TK, he said he doesn’t pay much attention to any holidays but is particularly tired of black people being given holidays in lieu of material concessions.
Cool building, but lots of bad things went down there.
Well first they had to build the track that built America, but you probably get Simon’s meaning.
Amazon has more than 115,000 drivers working under independent small businesses – Delivery Service Partners, or DSPs – who deliver Prime packages to doorsteps with one-day shipping. We talked to current and former Amazon DSP drivers about the pressures of the job. From urinating in bottles to running stop signs, routes that lead drivers to run across traffic, dog bites and cameras recording inside vans at all times – some of the 115,000 DSP drivers have voiced big concerns.