In this clip, Boosie reacted to Elon Musk buying Twitter and said he hopes that the tech billionaire will acquire Instagram as well. Boosie and Vlad talked about how much money Musk really has to have in order to buy a publicly traded company outright. Later, Boosie talked about his friendship with the Saudi prince and Vlad warned him about indulging his vices while over there.
In this clip, Jordan Belfort detailed going from giving motivational speeches for free to charging over $200,000 an appearance after years of rebuilding his reputation following prison. At this point in life, Belfort explained how he doesn’t measure success simply in dollars and cents, but rather focuses on the carefree life he lives. Elsewhere in the clip, Jordan Belfort gets a little annoyed with Vlad and accuses him of pushing a particular narrative as a result of his line of questioning.
In this clip, Bizarre shares the story behind the phone call with Eminem that changed his life forever. The Detroit native states that he was working as a security guard in Dallas, Texas, as a teenager, when Eminem called and informed him that he was about to sign a record deal with Dr. Dre. Shortly after the call, Bizarre quit his job and Eminem sent for him, so they could work on his first album together in Los Angeles.
As the conversation unfolds, Bizarre talks about the process of putting D12 back together after Eminem got signed to Aftermath Records. He shares the details about how he and Proof began to recruit other rappers to solidify the reformation of the rap group.
In this clip, Bizarre from D12 talks about the impact of Eminem’s debut album, “The Slim Shady LP.” The Detroit native recounts the surreal feeling of watching his childhood friend blow up and being an integral part of it. He also talks about the promise that the members of D12 made to one another when they were all independent artists, which stipulated that whoever got signed first would come back for the others to ensure they achieved notoriety as well. Lastly, Bizarre shares some details about why the rap group named their first studio album together, “Devil’s Night.”
In this clip, Boosie reacted to Vlad asking how he feels about white fans singing along to songs with the n-word at his shows, and Boosie admitted that it happens. He stated that fans have also said the n-word while meeting him, and Boosie went on to explain why you can’t put all white guys in the same category. Boosie stated that he’s been around white guys that are tough as steel in prison, and he went on to explain why some white guys are highly accepted.
In this clip, DL Hughley explained why he believes known racists should be restricted from holding public office or any job whose duties impact the daily lives of people of color. DL suggested that overt racists should only be allowed to be janitors.
In this clip, DL Hughley spoke about Joe Rogan recently facing a wave of backlash for information about COVID-19 and the vaccine. DL stated that if people get their medical information from podcasts, they deserve to die. To hear more, hit the above clip.
In this clip, TK Kirkland reacted to the controversy surrounding Whoopi Goldberg following her comments about the Holocaust on “The View.” Vlad then revealed that Whoopi claimed at one time that she used the last name “Goldberg” as her stage name because of her Jewish ancestors, which was later proven not to be true. Vlad and TK then agreed that Whoopi wouldn’t be as famous with her real name, Caryn Elaine Johnson.
In this clip, Token talked about how he manages his mental health by focusing on his music and enjoying his relationship. Token spoke in depth about his girlfriend and how she makes him “feel human” at a point in his life where others don’t see him as such due to his career. He also discussed having to deal with internet trolls and their antisemitic comments before detailing his Sway freestyle going viral and how that completely changed his life. Token discussed working with some hip-hop legends like Tech 9ine and even spoke about why he decided to turn down a meeting with a particular hip-hop icon that he’s often compared to.
Later in the clip, Token talked about some of the collaborations he’s had recently like Lil Skies and how he’s looking forward to working with artists like Doja Cat. He added why he has so much respect for artists who came up unconventionally because of his own unorthodox path to becoming a rapper. The clip concludes with a brief acapella freestyle.
In this VladTV Flashback from 2021, Foolio reflected on his current success and acknowledged the role beef played in his initial buzz. DJ Vlad encouraged Foolio to leave the beef behind now that he’s cultivated a fanbase and has popular songs. Check out the above clip to view Foolio’s response to Vlad’s suggestions.
In this clip, Brittany Renner talked about launching her own podcast and working on the follow-up to her book. Brittany and Vlad also discussed investing and becoming financially independent. Later, she pondered about what advice she’d give any young aspiring IG model. While her answer seemed a bit cliche, it was the most important someone could receive: be yourself. Brittany talked about the importance of maintaining your identity and why it’s crucial in the world of social media.