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When Keepin It Real Goes Wrong

 

Whats hattenin' #DuskSpot Fam?! I hope everyone's coming off of a Great weekend. Its Monday again, busiest day of the work week, and I know some of y'all probably draggin thru it like "UGHHH", but lighten up, I brought you a clip that will keep you laughing all the way thru it. As a child growing up I watched wrestling religously. It was like a male "soap opera", exciting, action packed & it certainly seemed more "Real" than that crap that's on now-a-days. I always rooted for the villain, because the "heroes" seemed corny to me, so when the dynamic duo "Harlem Heat" hit the scene I was all about them. 2 Brothaz, straight out the "hood", trash talkin, kickin ass, &taking names, but most of all they kept it "Real". Real in a sense that they weren't(or didn't seem to) conformed to a "Hollywood" or "Corporate" attitude, you could tell they were still in the "Streets"*. Now although I(& many others) loved this persona, like our good ol' pal Dave Chappelle taught us "Keepin It Real" can go wrong: & on this particular night, it probably couldn't go any worse 4 Booker T of the Harlem Heat. Coming off an explosive win, and eager for a title shot, Booker T clearly lets his emotion get the best of him. He not only drops the "N" bomb on National Television, but he directs it towards Hulk Hogan the "Real American" how ironic lol. Whats even funnier is that as soon as it escapes his lips, you could tell from his body language that he thought his wrestling career was over, poor Booker:( lol. Of course he survived tho, and rised to be one of the most prominent, & successful wrestlers today, but I'd bet a cool Hundred Dollars that "Keepin It Real" is not something he strives for anymore. *Refers to still being involved with the lower class even though you've elevated from it/them.

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Jon Oh! is an indie hip hop artist established in Charleston, South Carolina around the start of 2012. Branding himself as Mr. No Condom, he dedicates his being as a symbol of freewill and reflects this in his music. He encourages others to become more in tune with their inner self through following natural intuition.

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