Kanye, Forbes List, Zimmerman Threats, Russ vs. Smokepurpp | State of the Culture (Episode 2)

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  • Published on:  9/17/2018
  • Joe Budden and co-hosts Remy Ma, Scottie Beam, and Jinx dive into the Hip Hop & Entrepreneur Forbes List (1:09), George Zimmerman threatening JAY-Z & Beyonce via text messages (12:36), Black Lives Matter Movement Debate (18:00), Russ' Crew Jumping Smokepurpp at the Splash Festival in Germany (26:02), Drake and Meek Mill reuniting on stage (31:35), Kanye West tweeting Watch The Throne 2 coming soon (38:37), The State of Kanye West (39:50) Wale's Music (44:32) #SOTC#StateofTheCulture

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  • JERIESHA CHRISTIAN (Sep 18, 2018)

    Jinx is that friend that'll give you good ass advice, but you won't listen. 😂

  • vamo dasavage (Mar 29, 2019)

    "We don't wanna hear that bullshit shariff" ass nigga?

  • christian cedeno (Oct 10, 2018)

    JERIESHA CHRISTIAN remy is that person who won’t listen.

  • Tino Garcia (Sep 24, 2018)

    "When they don't care, we die." Damn Jinx, I see you. Respect

  • Kamaal GunSmoke (Sep 22, 2018)

    Jinx is the youngest cast member yet his mind is lightyears ahead of everyone elses thats why they dont understand em...

  • E Ferrell (Oct 30, 2018)

    +baby draco Nelson u do realize there are ghetto people in the real world,right? Does being ghetto make ur opinion any less valuable? Typically the purpose of a panel is different people with different povs can discuss their perspective. U have Scotty who is sensitive, an advocate especially for women's rights. U have Jinx who is wise beyond his years yet young enough to kind of give a perspective of his peers. Remy is old school, blunt, unapologetic n honest. N Joe is Joe. Everyone has a role n it cr...

  • baby draco Nelson (Oct 3, 2018)

    kickAssZeem that’s why she’s there to bring the ghettoness which I feel is not needed. You don’t always need to ghetto black queen.

  • Rich Dieu (Sep 19, 2018)

    Jinx is a well-spoken black man and the sad thing is in this community well-spoken black men get put in a box, that they are not hood or never been through the "everyday struggle" that a lot of black men go through. Remmy is not fit to carry a conversation to this magnitude due to her small-minded "I'm right, your wrong "attitude. Jinx's ideology is of a man with a clear understanding of the problem and a way to fix it .

  • Sincere4Eva (Feb 25, 2019)

    Rich Dieu ... still supporting Starburcks though?

  • addy Babalola (Nov 11, 2018)

    +leftyinthecity intelligent/respectable black men do get put in a box but non-intelligent black men/women. I see it happen all the time. Yes you're right in saying intelligence doesn't equate to corniness but there are a lot of ppl who feel differently. And I can attest to be treated like I was "corny" because I was a smart girl amongst a large group of ppl who weren't smart but that I went to school with.

  • Con (Sep 20, 2018)

    Does jinx have a podcast or something? Dude needs his own platform.

  • Dez Ross (Sep 17, 2018)

    Jinx held his own this episode against all 3. Respect.

  • Dez Ross (Sep 18, 2018)

    +Camel Kash how?

  • (Oh·Të·hM) (Sep 17, 2018)

    #TeamJinx

  • Constance Tillman (Sep 21, 2018)

    Remi thought she was gon bxtch Jinx 😂 well he showed her.

  • carlosandmuriel (Sep 25, 2018)

    He was so damn classy.

  • Jinx definitely won me over with this episode... he's the most intelligent person on the panel by far.

  • Dare Solomon (Oct 30, 2018)

    hmadblwi How is it possible that some people on here call others dumb. A difference in opinion does not signify higher level of intelligence at times. REMI is right, black folks need to get with the program First. Jinx is also right, we need to get the message out there.

  • xHartliss Hates MTXs (Oct 27, 2018)

    By FAARRR

  • Tommy Chao (Sep 24, 2018)

    Jinx me and everyone else in the comment support you bro!

  • Jacques Beatty (Sep 19, 2018)

    Remy a hood chic talking to a dude she feels is "corny"...period.lol

  • Love XOXO (Oct 17, 2018)

    Yes!! But he will son her ass with just a few words because she clearly dumb. And he could very well be from the hood that don't mean he have to talk like Remy, people in the hood can be educated and well spoken too.

  • Mira Mira (Oct 4, 2018)

    Hood vs. College educated... It's hard to understand each other sometimes.