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The Spann Report (Episode 103) “Unapologetically Me”

Join Mr. Spann this Saturday at 2:30 PM EST On Episode 103 of #TSRP  This is the first live Episode of the show done with Spreecast. Spann talks about fallout from the Super Bowl, as Cam Newton comes under new scrutiny after losing the big game. Beyonce came out with a new song, black women rejoiced, ashy niggas, Fox News and others lost their damn minds. We got a new AssHat of The Week, Champ of The Week, and since it’s Black History Month, we’ll take this moment to educate our AssHat Of The Week Winners! Listener Feedback and more this week on The Spann Report!

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The Spann Report (Episode 102) “The Earth Is Round… Right?”

Join Mr. Spann for a live taping of episode 102 of The Spann Report as we talk about the Super Bowl! Most notably the scrutiny that Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton gets for the way he plays the game. The age old debate that will never die, “What’s Wrong With These Kids, and The Music They Listen To?” A dude makes a video that goes viral about the current state of Hip Hop, we’ll examine the logic behind it. A woman is killed for rejecting a potential suitor’s advances. (Because bitches, right?) And later we talk about Rapper B.O.B getting into a science “beef” with noted Astrophysicist, Neil Degrasse Tyson. A beef complete with diss tracks! Listener Feedback and more, this week on The Spann Report!

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If you want to know how screwed up the state of hip hop is, go have a conversation with dudes under the age of 25

Posted by Wil Miller on Monday, January 25, 2016

NEIL DEGRASSE TYSON SLAMS FLAT-EARTHER B.O.B

“Listen, B.o.B, once and for all. The Earth looks flat because: 1) You’re not far enough away at your size, and 2) Your size isn’t large enough relative to Earth to notice any curvature at all.” — Neil deGrasse Tyson ► Neil deGrasse Tyson responds to rapper B.o.B's claim that the Earth is flat: http://on.cc.com/1Pl1kbm

Posted by The Nightly Show on Thursday, January 28, 2016

This is why blacks need to become business owners… We need to start buying our own clothes!

Posted by Marc Barnes on Monday, January 25, 2016

Richard Sherman GOES IN on Skip Bayliss of ESPN’s First Take

The Seattle Seahawks have punched their ticket to the Super Bowl, by beating the San Francisco 49ers 23-17. But in the post game interview, Richard Sherman has been getting a lot of unflattering attention because of the comments he made during the post game interview with Erin Andrews. Check this out.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ioo1iUdwAlU
Spirited, and enthusiastic after the win, no doubt. But in the aftermath of that interview, Sherman has been called a lot of different names. “Thug”, “Classless”, “Sore Winner” “Ignorant” and a host of other names, all based on a 30 second interview after what was probably the biggest games of his life against someone he surely doesn’t have the best relationship with. What get’s missed in these psychoanalysis attempts by the layperson is that this is a man who came out of Compton, California, to go on to play football at Stanford University, GRADUATED from Stanford University, and went back for his Master’s Degree during his final year of eligibility at the school. Which totally belies the idea that this man is ignorant, or a “Thug” in the traditional senses of the words.

CORRECTION!!!
The following video was produced on in March of 2013, and had nothing to do with the events that transpired during the hoopla surrounding Sherman’s post game interview during the NFC Championship game with the 49ers.

I’m not going to even get into the racial undertones of a lot of the criticism coming his way after that interview. (Besides the name calling, and the calls of Erin Andrews possibly being frightened during said interview.) But Sherman did himself no favors when as a guest on the ESPN show First Take, he goes on a Personal Attack Parade against co-host of the show, Skip Bayless. Going so far as to say “In my 24 years of life, I’m better at life than you.” I’ll reserve my judgment until the next episode of The Spann Report Podcast, but check out this video and make up your own mind. Did Richard Sherman go too far?

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