Episode 153: Traumatizing Black Pain
The late Prodigy from Mobb Deep wrote “My moms and my pops pass it down to me / So don’t talk to me about can I feel yours / Cause I ain’t feelin you at all, your pain isn’t pure.” If there’s anything Black History Month illuminates, it’s the beauty in spite of the pain and trauma. This episode discusses the traumatizing pain in “love and war”, friendships in the face of strong chemistry, misery and how it loves company, to the pains of mental health – which may be at the root of Lil Uzi Vert getting a multimillion diamond pierced on his forehead during a pandemic or woman visually documenting her experience of putting Gorilla Glue in her hair. We Gotta Do Better!
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- PINTAP|IN Live (004): Recap (00:03:03)
- Friendship + Strong Chemistry = ? (00:14:53)
- Repelling Their Energy (00:34:38)
- Mental Health: Self-Evaluations (00:47:50)
- We Gotta Do Better! – Lil Uzi Vert & “Gorilla Glue Girl” (01:02:27)
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