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A Conversation on Nigeria's uprising
"A video of a man apparently being killed by police goes viral. Protests breakout grow, and spread even internationally. Calls for police reform get better and louder. The police react violently protesters are killed. Off It's too familiar story and this time it's happening across. Nigeria. The focus of the protesters fury, it's a group called the specialist Anti Robbery, squad, or SARS secretive outfit with a long-running reputation for brutality. Stop Stop. Stop killing. It seems clear that Nigeria's people have had enough. President Muhammadu Buhari has already made concessions, but the protest mood hints discontent that stretches far beyond police reform. These have been completely widespread protests taking place in most of the major cities, not least in Lagos, which is the main commercial hub Buju, which is the capital. Jonathan. Rosenthal. Is The economists Africa editor. It is the biggest rising in. Nigeria in a in a very long time. So it seems there was a lot of pent up frustration before this about the police the really has been an and frankly this goes back a very long way that the protests of Tatton's really deep well of anger against the police and in particular against the special entry robbery squad, which was set up in the one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety s many's tackle violent crime in logos. And this has been a particular target because of its brutality people have seen as sort of absolutely faceless and an accountable. Amnesty International looked into it and they found that just in the period between January two, thousand, seventeen may two, thousand and twenty. They found more than eighty cases of abuse torture extra-judicial killings and found that they've been absolutely no accountability no attempts by the Nigerian police force to police itself, and so how has the government responded to all these protests? What you've seen as really two faces of response on the one hand you've had. Quite a violent response by the police of police have fired into protests. We believe the two people have been killed by the police that there will serve reports of police using water cannon, tear gas being protesters, and the like, and the very same time this has been happening. You've had the government's trying to come down almost the side of protest saying that they would dismantle police unit that they would redeploy the offices elsewhere and prison Bahari has has spoken to. This is just one step in our immune. To excessive. Loser. In order not sure that the parameter duty of the police and I look for some agencies. remains. The section of lives and loudly hoods up people. Let's there will be investigations civil society and Human Rights will be involved in this to cry up to bring accountability bring greater oversized to policing in Nigeria, and that seems to be giving the protesters what it is we're looking for. It is a first step of what the protesters want. The they've been I is quite skeptical of the school. There is a very, very long history of. Police violence and police abuse many years people in Nigeria would call special police, units, kill and. Previous protests have been match with with previous promises to reform units and to bring in more accountability. So I think there's a lot of skepticism by protesters about whether the government will follow through. That south has. Has. been dissolved different words to need disbanded and dissolved this year we're not funding for the same lies. Okay. The second issue is that they are are concerned about. The much broader issue of pleasing injustice and rule of law than just this special anti-robbery squad. There are calls for Vesa Training for police officers, much better judicial oversight, and frankly also just better pay better training and more effective policing. In that regard, it seems to be a real echo of what we've seen in America and elsewhere in the world this year. It really has. So when process brockhouse initially in the United States on black lives massive movement, there was a lot of empathy and sympathy within Africa broadly, and one saw both ordinary people and leaders of States speaking out on this issue, the year twenty twenty remembered for the massive groundswell to push back. The frontiers of racism. Under the umbrella. Hashtag black lives matter movement. As a country that has known to well the and wish of institutionalized racism. So Africa supports the demands. Quickly in Africa in the sense that. A lot of civil society groups and just ordinary folk in Africa would see their leaders condemning what is happening in the US and yet. Overseeing police, sources that we're frankly as as violence and dangerous at her across many parts of Africa. There's really been this upwards of support Nachos for black lives matter but turning into into anger at their locally sing. Of course, the SMI- Jaren issues has also taken off. Nigeria has a very large, very, very active, very vocal diasporas. We've seen protests taking place else when that's been brought in some international stars cut each on up a John Vega have been speaking on this issue.
"buju" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Kids a chance to socialize and learn together during in-person teaching, the cost for private instructors can run anywhere between twenty five eighty dollars per hour, adding to concerns that the coronavirus pandemic is exacerbating the inequities in the education system. Yes. Rich people are getting private instructors. Because one, they can't afford it and two because they aren't allowed to bribe colleges anymore and here we have yet another way. The education gap in America is going to become even wider. Because after this pandemic, you're gonNA have kids who are supposed to be at a fifth grade reading level only reading at a second or third grade level. And, if this generation comes out of school, not being able to read, I mean what jobs are going to be available to them I mean president for sure, but what else so? That's where America is right now and a time when students need help more than ever, the government is going from. No child left behind to Yo. You kids on your own. Don't go away because also the break. Where would union Michael Kosta go into the NBA bubble? And then we'll be chatting to the Reagan legend Buju Banton. We'll be right back. Welcome back to the daily social distancing show, even though the coronavirus has shut down most sports, the still sports news out there which means it's time to go to Roy Wood. Junior and Michael Kosta for another edition of I. Apologize Talking while you were talking. Was Sports Fans I'm would junior Michael. Kosta sports is back, which means we are that Koster, are you? Talking sports again. I can't. I can't hear you broke. Your Mute. Saying that I'm excited saying here. How on his way back baseball starting up again, listen. I can't wait. Those are my two favorite sports to ignore while I. Look at my phone, but the return that everyone's talking about. Roy is the return in the NBA. That's right. Corona virus cut the season short right before the playoffs, but the NBA is back with a plan. That's complicated than trying to pronounce Jarvis out the. amplitude poked toop. Is Onto. Onto The boat and to pull the NBA.
"buju" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"On floor and he was passed out look like. So I I yell. Yo Yo Yogi nothing, so call now one. Hey, now I wish. Emergency I told him. The address is mainly on the ground. They said well. CAN YOU CHECK FOR POST? I, said No. They said well. WHY NOT I said! Honestly because I'm a black man in his white neighborhood in if I walk over to him, and his family comes out, he wakes up. He might think I'm trying to rob him. I don't know I'm not so y'all come get him. And I got on my bike and I started to write off, and then I kind of bad I'm like damn. I could have possibly saved. US May as like why, but if he was choking vetted a seizure and I could have just got. THEIR MOUTH! Put Him on old. But maybe maybe. Maybe help the the. Stomach give him off the mouth. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, no, you don't get it. Put Him on his stomach from mouth to mouth listen. You said GonNa put my stomach tummy. Because of the food we might have to put him on his stomach to throw the food out. No guys who got you got you got right here. which a fantasies, but anyway talking about I felt bad, because I was like damn the I think. The first thing I thought of was not to help this individual hours. There was to be like them in this neighborhood, and I might be looked at it the wrong way so I'm gonNA open up the phone lines, eight, hundred, five, eight, five, one, zero, five one. What would you do in that situation? Still which show them, what would you do in a situation? I would have minded my blackout business. I would call nine one one as I'm pedaling away from the scene of what could be a crime. Okay, and said Hey, there's a man passed out in the driveway of such and such neighborhood they. The neighborhood is a nice neighborhood I'm sure that you said it's a bunch of mashups, emmys. The police will be there in two seconds and wouldn't have felt bad. I wouldn't have felt bad at all because I understand my place in the ecosystem and as a black man, if I'm in the driveway of some white man, when that white man is passed out in the driveway and I'm standing over him, and I already know. Know How that looks to white people because I know how they see us, so guess what if they're man dies or something really wrong with him, and you didn't provide help. Guess who fought. That is America's. Because this wicked white supremacist system doesn't allow you to freedom to simply go help that white man without fearing something could go wrong just because you're black and he's white so I think you handed it the right way personal I did go back in, and I did I got a little closer and yelled again in it frazzled him many woke up. But you know the first thing I was like Nah. I'm not going over there. What would you do? That I wouldn't went over there in your Adam. Because what have you to yell at him? He just looks black. Man pulled out a gun POW. Got Time for that out of. Out Out kept peddling dialing nine one one is I'm writing away from the scene of what could be A. Deafening called nine one one at thing. I mean that's a hard one to say. You know but I feel like my would have had me try to help in any way. Believe me there. I don't believe I saw one time. We're Angeliki said my mom and dad's I could never leave my Brooklyn solid, sitting on my stoop and one day. My friend was getting jumped, but I didn't help because. I couldn't leave must do. Well, she thinks jumped a one on one fight. And it was my neighbor that was doing it. She wasn't dead. I didn't think he was dead. The ground and I was like and I was like seven years old. But I think now I think now you don't want somebody to die would have felt terrible so. One one and I would have stayed until they got there but I understand it's different like I'm a woman so I don't know if they would come of instinct would into think I did something who knows. I can't say it, but I think women might have a different type of instinct. Black Man, got a different type of instinct to instinct, says Oh, white man in the driveway man down nine one one. Ryan do this neighborhood on my bike i. just passed is such and such house. There was a man the driveway. 'cause you go back and check on them. Nope I'm black. He's white. Know what the problem is I. Don't want nobody to think. I did anything, but this is the address have Herrero well. Let's go to the phone lines. WHO's this latest? Tim. It was going on Bravo. Going on. More Mobile? You're riding your bike. You see a man passed out. A white man passed out on the ground. You're black. Do you help? Keep them moving man now you may I feel my back and kept going and. One thing then you wouldn't even call nine one one. No. I'm GonNa say keep going and. Now you want to. You can't be mad at this man. That's that's what happens. When your black man in America, we don't have the freedom to simply go help that white man without fearing something go wrong. That's America's vote I. I'm not I'm not mad at this brother fulfilling that way eight, hundred, five, eight, five, one, zero, five one. I was riding my bike. I've seen a white man. He was laying on the ground. It looked like he was passed out. What would you do an edit situation? Has Haggling Better stop it. I called the police, but they asked me to check for opposing. Wouldn't because I'm like if I? If I go over there and I'm standing over that man and his family comes out and sees me. What are they going to think? I'm trying to rob you know if he wakes up. What is he? GonNa Think I'm trying to rob, so I wouldn't I'm not doing it like I. Call Police. You've got to hurry up open. What would you do? Eight hundred, five, eight, five one five minutes to breakfast locomotive. Topic time. Call Eight, hundred, five, eight, five, five, one to join into the discussion with the breakfast so good. Morning, everybody is TJ Envy Angela Yee Charlemagne together. We are the breakfast club now if you just joined us, we're talking about a situation. Over the weekend. I was riding my bike and was riding through a neighborhood where huge mansions we I like to ride. 'cause I'd just like to look at different things when I'm writing, and it was a man passed out on the ground is car door was open cigarettes on the floor and a call now. Now one I I I yelled. He didn't move call Nama One. They said check for Post. I said No. They said why I said because I'm a black man in his white neighborhood, and if I'm standing over him, who knows what he's GonNa. Thank you know What would, you s situation? Would you do it? I left and then I went back and I felt bad I went back and I started. Yell- Yo Yo and then he kinda Frat. With woke up, but what would you do? Hello? WHO's this chartering envy? I, understand your concern and things like that, but you know we don't leave people in the side of the road like that. You know saying it's good that your conscience. Toshiba Kovac. Oh Boy Oh don't do that. Don't believe in people like that and. See I, chose women we we reactively I think. Many police officers have killed the black person who called the police. Because something was wrong, you'd how many Pe-? People who have been? The victim became the victim. At the hands of the police. They don't know what's in that way I was doing his riding my bike and I'm thinking to myself. What if they thought I tried to rob him like the lady the other day she was riding her bike and they call it. The police on, and the guy said Yeah. She was looking at to see what garage doors are open now. This is I got five kids and a wife to take care I got a family, and I'm I'm not playing around I called the police and. I was thankful Oh. My was somebody. I honestly don't know what's GonNa Happen next nope. The right image fields would justify. It was a good thing, aquatic police, but me myself. They're woman I. Think what went on for more comfortable them. God things we have to worry about aren't the same things that you have to worry about. That is not true like Blah Blah. Black women have. Police officers attacked by police officers win. They've called. The police has been stories like that in the news. Recently, a black woman called the police because something happened at a location and the cops come over there and arrest. The women are assault, the woman that happens all the time I just think with our instincts first of all I think if it's a woman and a man us in a man's laying on the ground and a woman. The COPS I don't think instinctively like they'll think we overpowered a man. You know the way the same way that happens with the black man. I don't think it happens not saying it never happens, but I don't think it's the same. But if you flip it right and I thought about this too right. Let's say Charlemagne your daughter's outside on the floor and you see a white guy leaning over your daughter. You.
"buju" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"Freedom and eighty seven protesters got locked up in Kentucky last week fighting get the cops would kill Brianna Taylor arrested. We are not truly liberated in this country, but because of people like hey, Tommy and we are definitely. Closer to that true freedom, so you ought secretary of defense okay. Okay yes, you're doing a great job so far in addition to that, it's not what the secretary. That'd be the secretary of State. Guys come on I went to college the Secretary of defending. All right now. You also talked about abortion. He also invited some young women from the audience. Speak on stage about issues that concerns them and here's what he had to say about abortion. said he said he wanted to give everybody. That keeps a baby a million dollars now million dollars and he said abortion should be legal, but that there should be more support for those people who do need it. They gave you a million dollars for having a baby. You not many people would be having baby all day long. All Day Long. Bam. I think he said something like that to. He said it should be What do you do you call it a I? Forgot the term he used, but it was a term that he said yeah, even if you adopt a baby, you should get paid a certain amount of money as well, but I'm just saying. If people got a million dollars per baby that would be the best game would be better way better than credit gas I'm five million and right now you know what? It's. Tax that, million g get up right down boy long. said that marijuana should be free and he did take some questions. From the audience now in a district. How about making marijuana legal I. That We make it in addition. He spoke to Chris Kaelin and she didn't interview with him that she posted and she asked him about who is running. Mate would be, and here's what he said, so. I'm not sure if you heard of jade. Simmons Black Woman Who's also running for presidency. Have you thought about teaming up with her? So I reached out to Jay to possibly be my vice president. My running mate, you know who my favorite candidate from running mate in. Present as We were trying to figure out my website by Keppel Cinema website because in the dirty game politics right? Now? They still have every Oscar right. So what I did is put the initials of this city down, and then I put kind twenty twenty. WHO WOULD THAT BE SOUTH? Carolina? Oh Sean Ashok Carter. Now! You won't blow with that because you blew mine. Did you present it to him. Out Rebound. Might be a new day. You never know you might change something this odd. For, the Home Chris Kayla. Asthma Party right there. Yes can you said Jade Simmons? We had on last Friday and just I don't know if he was really thinking about Jay z, he was just in south, Carolina and South Carolina's initials SEC. He was freestyle and I really don't know. would be up to the job or not. You'll pass stop. Anybody talk to Jay Z to check and see if they're running together. Stop. Stop Stop Listen I, know people keep saying conyers emits well. They say Kanye needs to be on his bed. That may or may not be true but we have to stop acting like this isn't Konya. This Kanye is his Kanye has always been money and status. Don't change who you are. It magnifies. Economy was like this. When he was trying to be the best rapper producer, he was trying to break in fashion now. He's like this when he's trying to run for president. Also, we gotTA. Stop saying it. Is a distraction, because everything is a damn distraction, and whatever we choose to give energy to the distraction, we give Kanye west the energy. We don't have to bake on your attention, but we do because he's a person who's mastered law. Thirty seven in the forty eight laws power, and that is create compelling skeptical. Well here's a presidential nominee. Stop is one hundred nominees. Of them? Literally a hundred other president or nominee Libertarian party the green. Party we had jade Simmons last Friday, but then you can you, can, not you. Can we ignore it? We on you if we wanted to. Go. Take My. Good it is to I'm praying. And wants you to pray for their family as well as I, did do as I was reading all about this, but as you know Taymor Braxton was rushed to the hospital in the late hours of Thursday July sixteenth, and she took some prescription pills. She was drinking now. The family is speaking out and they're asking everyone to pray for our family to. To Wanda Braxton, Trina Braxton and Traci Braxton, all address this on their instagram page on Friday, and despite all of the drama that's been playing out. They definitely were at the hospital with Tamer and they are turning to faith right now and their time of need, so fans are making sure that they pray for their family and we will keep you updated on. Taymor, Braxton and how she is doing and the hospital, but I don't know if you guys saw this. She did write a email and she's got some issues with her TV network. That does there show and she said. This has to do with the cruel white slave masters who wants chained our forefathers in the oppressive police forces that now terrorize our communities. You needed to play into the stereotype of this dysfunctional black family. So you don't our fares, you heightened our insecurities and you turned against each other while I hope those ratings worth it because you use succeeded in destroying a great black family. And raise up for team Baxter absolutely. Yeah so on the. Why is an energy is in the air? I don't know why they did that. Energy darkness that energy a suicide is in like I said I. had two friends commit suicide in the month of June I. Don't and I've heard a lot of people talking about it in ways that I've never heard them talking about it before I don't know what's going on out here, but I. Pray that spirit off everyone. Right and responding so we. TV executives has sent an email. They were talking about their efforts to support the black community after the police killing of George Floyd and then she responded with that email, and in addition to that. They said she was mad that she was supposed to be working with. Mona Scott Young as the producer of her new show Taymor. Braxton gets your life. And that was another issue. She was unhappy with that person. Well Tame on anybody else you know going through any dark phase of their life. Pray and go to therapy by the way okay I gotta gotTa have all that ondeck nowadays. You gotTa have therapy you gotTA. Have you say good purpose codes? You GotTa? Have somebody to constantly talk to figure it out. Please wherever you go and don't make no permanent decisions off temporary feelings. Please all right well. I'm Angela, the and that is your room a report. We got front page news. Yes and we will be giving you an update on what's happening for the NFL season coming up or you know what's not happening with. We'll give you those updates Jarrah. We'll get into that next. Keep lock this the breakfast club good morning. Everybody is TJ Envy Angela Yee Solomon the Guy We. All the breakfast club skin some front page news. Where we start. Well. Let's start with the NFL and what's happening? Tap? NFL players are saying this season is in jeopardy, and they went to lead to do more to combat corona virus players are demanding to be tested every day, especially given the hot it of recently popped up in different parts of the United States and.
"buju" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"Your town to get it off your chest whether you're mad or blast. have say many. We want to hear from you on the breakfast club. Hello, WHO's this Josh? They would upjohn's off. Chance brought. A flight attendant for airlines I WANNA get off my tested affect. Flying with no math, but if you're late, they. Going like we just trying to do our job, he does that. We had four back. We talked to protect ourselves of the people where we on the spicer jewel, and we gotta keep it on the top flight four hours six hours of night of keep it on and then. The! You have this requires. We're back policy than a new poll. Gar took him. I don't have any. What does the funny clients I want the point of you following policies that you feel like you don't have to wear masks. From. Beating you to do it, you don't WanNa do. Drive what you WANNA. Do Right you got. You can't just be worried about yourself. There's other people that are affected and you gotta fly with a mask on, and that's the rule. Flight Yup. I thought that it was mandatory though it is. On the flight will take it off. They WANNA. Take it all for the like wearing it for you know you've got people. Oh, it's not a. it's not a good. I don't have to worry. It's mandated its policy by the company and the company doesn't follow state rules. It follows federal. by St Louis I. Don't have the words no. Airlines a federal. And airline changed policies mandated by. Where the Matt and they complain all about. House been flying. I just do my. Mind each and every one complaining about two hours. You're going from Florida and you don't WanNa wear masks. What Airlines need to do is start passing out parachutes and tell people on the flight. If you don't wear your mask we're GONNA have to ask you to leave midflight. Thank butter you know what to and is. This is a bunch of different masks and some mask. A heavy than others and people should know if it's going to be with a mass for a long time. Carry one of those light mass. There's a little easier to breathe because some of those bands that people make, and they give out they so have you could barely breathe. So you just gotTa get the right mask and editing when you eat or drink anything on the plane to you have to take it down for a second so. Hello. Who's this you but? A. Happy Birthday and Thank you thank you, thank you. Automating, he says what's the word that'd be birthday child. When was your birthday today and my birthday was. Saturday a birthday was Saturday that you are calling to see you know. All right. The real ones birthday you know the good old Tampa energy was in the air. You know cancer gang is out here. Okay. You know we have baby and we are here. Yes Sir Did you check out? Would I send you and I was on your live. You know I mentioned to you that that does reggae music years really sad, but as but he's he's in making that. Thank you like a few. Burn like Reggae, but She's really dope. All right all right now. Off you chest eight, hundred, five, eight, five, one, zero, five one. If you need event, hit us up now with the breakfast club. Good Morning. The Breakfast Club. There's a lotta great ways to start off the day eating breakfast meditating walking your dog. What about starting with making up your bed? When you make your bed in the morning started chain of daily successes, so we're feels better than making your bed every morning. How about this sheets that go on it go with Brooklyn in home of the Internet's favorite sheets. I'm really big into making my bedroom. Just a beautiful safe-space place where I can be then like get some great rest. Have some amazing sheets on the bed and I also love the look and feel a Brooklyn, and she's and I like that I can mix and match different designs like the. The pillowcases go with the sheets, but it's not exactly the same print, but the same colors, their high quality sheets, but at low prices Brooklyn, and offers a variety of sheets in multiple colors, patterns, and materials for all your lounging needs. These are beautiful home essentials that don't cost an arm and a leg break sheets are the perfect place to start making your mornings great burke linen is so confident in their.
"buju" Discussed on KCRW
"That record, which makes Buju Banton story a complex want for many Jamaicans, including Stacey and Chen. She's an LGBT activist and poet who now lives here in the US. Stacey on told me, she was out shopping nearer. Home in New York when she heard the news about Banton going back to Jamaica. I was in. In brooklyn. And it was a Jamaican woman who was serving me. And and she said with such jubilation that he's coming home. And she also said with such vitriol that the reason that he was in prison in the first base was the hatred of the gay community and the kind of like international almost organized way in which they systematically went after him and took him down. Which is of course, not true. He served seven years in prison for drug trafficking cocaine. Absolutely. Absolutely. Yes. But there are still people on the ground in Jamaica who feel as if the only reason that he was behind those bars was because he he was being targeted by the gay community by the very powerful gay community as we are often described as by a reggae community before serving time for drug trafficking in the US Buju Banton disavowed violence, I read physical or musical toward the gay community served his seven years. Is now out how much has he changed from the man who sang boom by by twenty five years ago? I think that's a very complicated question. I think the lesbian Jamaican activists optimist the lover of where I'm from. It's a very complicated place to sit because the issue of being more than one identity at the same time, and maybe those two identities don't coexist comfortably is always a difficult place for anybody to sit, but I grew up with reggae music. And so there's a part of me that really really loves it really answers to it. When I hear it. Cut two years later, I came out as a lesbian on the university campus in Jamaica and was violently assaulted by a a large number of of boys. Their intention must have been to either punish me for being gay or to convert me to being straight and that violence lives with me, my whole life. And so. The two things inside of me are consistently at war, and they are always wrestling mat, and they are always trying to find a way to live together because there are so much a part of me, I hear all these complicated. Feelings coming from you about this. I mean, it's kind of fascinating. The woman in ICA again. I mean, how much do you think has fans are aiding and abetting his life and his celebrity? I mean, how much of the blame do they shoulder? But isn't that the nature of of prophet dumb and celebrity which which today in today's world, it's one and the same would you is in every way a human being just like me, just like you. But he's also extraordinarily talented an extraordinarily able to speak from a place of deep truth about poverty in Jamaica about people's lives. He's able to articulate an experience that has been missing from much of the music we call ours. You know, not since Bob Marley. Has there been an artist that speaks with such truth with such depth with such beauty about the lives of poor people and the struggle to be recognized as human for blackness and being from Africa to be the center of one's pleasure and one's power reminder? Stacey on what the reception to boom. Bye. Bye. Was when it first came out. It's interesting that you ask that. Because the first time I heard boom. Bye bye. I threw my hands up and sang along because I was a teenager in Jamaica. So I sang with gusto along with my peers to the song. And then I became aware of the fact that I wanted to partner with women, and it became complicated for me because it was actually saying kill gay people kill gay men shoot them in the head. Which is in. No way permissible when you are a person who is gay because you're actually advocating for the death of your own kind your own person. And after the experience in Jamaica where I was attacked by homophobes in Jamaica, some violent homophobes in Jamaica and came to the US I started to articulate a politics our own micro identity. Then I began to see how it was not just problematic, and I began to see how it was that. I had a right to respond and that I could join a fight to speak out against this kind of violence. Do you think homophobes and Jamaica, still see boom? Bye bye. As kind of an anthem, you can just say boom by and people in Jamaica, kind of know what you mean, it's clear what it is that you're saying what you're referencing. But I, you know, cut to two thousand twelve when my daughter was born, and I took her home and was spending so much time in Jamaica. I saw gay people everywhere things have changed dramatically. I mean, I performed at a gay pride in Jamaica. The gay activists walkabout there are groups on campus that meets things have changed as they should. And I do believe that the conversation around Bombay by helped to to make that possible. Are you able to compartmentalize to the point where you've forgiven him for boom? Bye bye. I don't think that it is my place to forgive Bush abandoned for Bombay by I think he walks his own journey. I think if I am honest. I see him as a man who is like me trying. To find his way in the world trying to find his purpose? Trying to do the things that he thinks are right. And if one of the things that he thinks is right is going to hurt somebody else. I'm gonna take him to task for it always. But I'm not going to try to obliterate him as a human being, you know, his music has been a trumpet for many, many people whose pain he speaks and sings and articulates in a very important.
"buju" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Lot of Buju Banton music streaming online. But not this song. It's about killing gaping. Doc. So then no. Boom. Bye bye. With one of the first songs. Blue Banton recorded about twenty five years ago is now rejected violence against the LGBT community. But he can't shake off the reputation of that record, which makes Buju Banton story a complex want for many Jamaicans, including Stacey and Chen. She's an LGBT activist and poet who now lives here in the US. Stacey an told me she was out shopping nearer home in New York when she heard the news about Banton going back to Jamaica. I was in Brooklyn. And it was a Jamaican woman who was serving me, and I care and she said with such jubilation that he's coming home. And she also said with such vitriol that the reason that he was in prison in the first base was the hatred of the gay community and the kind of like international almost organized way in which they systematically went after him and took him down. Which is of course, not true. He served seven years in US prison for. Trafficking cocaine. Absolutely. Absolutely. Yes. But there are still people on the ground in Jamaica who feel as if the only reason that he was behind those bars was because he he he was being targeted by the gay community by very powerful gay community as where often described as by the reggae community before serving time for drug trafficking in the US Buju Banton had disavowed violence, I read physical or musical toward the gay community served. His seven years is now out how much has he changed from the man who sang boom by by twenty five years ago. I think that's a very complicated question. I think the lesbian Jamaican activists optimists the lover of where I'm from. It's a very complicated place to sit because the issue of being more than one identity at the same time, and maybe those two identities don't coexist comfortably is always a difficult place for any. Anybody to sit, but I grew up with reggae music. And so there's a part of me that really really loves it really answers to it. When I hear it. Cut two years later, I came out as a lesbian on the university campus in Jamaica and was violently assaulted by a large number of of boys. Their intention must have been to either punish me for being gay or to convert me to being straight and that violence lives with me, my whole life. And so the two things inside of me are consistently at war, and they are always wrestling mat, and they are always trying to find a way to live together because they are so much part of me. I hear all these complicated feelings coming from you about this. I mean, it's kind of fascinating. The woman again, I mean, how much do you think his fans are aiding and abetting? His life and his celebrity. I mean, how much of the blame do they shoulder? But isn't that the nature of a prophet dumb and celebrity which which today in today's world, it's one and the same would you is in every way a human being just like me, just like you. But he's also extraordinarily talented an extraordinarily able to speak from a place of deep truth about poverty in Jamaica about people's lives. He's able to articulate an experience that has been missing from much of the music we call ours. Not since Bob Marley. Has there been an artist that speaks with such truth with such depth with such beauty about the lives of poor people and the struggle to be recognized as human for blackness and being from Africa to be the center of one's pleasure and one's power reminder? Stacey on what the reception to boom. Bye. Bye. Was when it first came out. It's interesting that you ask that. Because the first time I heard boom. Bye. Bye. I threw my hands up and sang along because I was a teenager in Jamaica. So I sang with gusto along with my peers to the song. And then I became aware of the fact that I wanted to partner with women, and it became complicated from because it was actually saying kill gay people kill gay men shoot them in the head. Which is in. No way permissible when you are a person who escaped because you're actually advocating for the death of your own kind your own person. And after the experience in Jamaica where I was attacked by homophobes in Jamaica, some violent homophobes in Jamaica. And I came to the US I started to articulate a politics are micro identity. Then I began to see how it was not just problematic, and I began to see how it was that. I had a right to respond and that I could join a fight to speak out against this kind of violence. Do you think homophobes in Jamaica, still see boom? Bye bye. As kind of an anthem you can. Can just say boom. Bye bye. And people in Jamaica, kind of know what you mean, it's clear what it is that you're saying what you're referencing. But cut to two thousand twelve when my daughter was born, and I took her home and was spending so much time in Jamaica. I saw gay people everywhere things have changed dramatically. I mean, I've performed at a gay pride in Jamaica. The gay activists walkabout there are groups on campus that meet things have changed as they should. And I do believe that the conversation around Bombay by helped to to make that possible. Are you able to compartmentalize to the point where you've forgiven him for boom? Bye. Bye. I don't think that it is my place to forgive Bush abandoned for Bombay by I think he walks his own journey. I think if I am honest. I see him as a man who is like me trying to find his way in the world trying to find his purpose? Trying to do the things that he thinks are right. And if one of the things that he thinks is right is going to hurt somebody else. I'm going to take him to task for it always. But I'm not going to try to obliterate him as a human being, you know, his music has been a trumpet for many, many people whose pain he speaks and sings and article it's in a very important way. Stacy and Chen, thank you so much for this, really. Appreciate your time and your thoughts. Matlock, back poet and LGBT activist Chen on the return of artists Buju Banton now back.
"buju" Discussed on PRI's The World
"And after the experience in Jamaica where I was attacked by homophobes in Jamaica, some violent homophobes in Jamaica. And I came to the US I started to articulate a politics around micro identity. Then I began to see how it was not just problematic, and I began to see how it was that. I had a right to respond and that I could join the fight to speak out against this kind of violence. Do you think homophobes and Jamaica, still see boom? Bye bye. As kind of an anthem. You can just say, boom. Bye bye. And people in Jamaica, kind of know what you mean, it's clear what it is that you're saying what you're referencing. But I cut to two thousand twelve when my daughter was born, and I took her home and was spending so much time in Jamaica. I saw gay people everywhere things have changed dramatically. I mean, I've performed at a gay pride in Jamaica. The gay activists walkabout there are groups on campus that meet things have changed as they should. And I do believe that the conversation around Bombay by. Helped to to make that possible. Are you able to compartmentalize to the point where you've forgiven him for boom? Bye bye. I don't think that it is my place to forgive Bush abandon for boom Bye-bye. I think he walks his own journey. I think if I am honest. I see him as a man who is like me trying to find his way in the world trying to find his purpose? Trying to do the things that he thinks are right. And if one of the things that he thinks is right is going to hurt somebody else. I'm going to take him to task for it always. But I'm not going to try to obliterate him as a human being, you know, his music has been a trumpet for many, many people whose pain he speaks and sings and articulates in a very important way. Chin? Thank you so much for this. Really? Appreciate your time and your thoughts. Matt love back. Poet and LGBT activists Stacey on Chen on the return of artists Buju Banton now back home in Jamaica. Stacey on told me that she still loves his album til Shiloh. Here's a taste of till? I'm laid to read from an Bill Harris studios at W H in Boston. I'm Marco werman. We're back with you tomorrow. Britain. I there's no way to. John. Our our public radio international..
"buju" Discussed on PRI's The World
"I know. Said fit in Monte, Andrea Fujii, and then no compare shop that. Boom. Bye bye. With one of the first Buju Banton recorded about twenty five years ago is now rejected violence against the LGBT community. But he can't shake off the reputation of that record, which makes Buju bent on story, a complex want for many Jamaicans, including Stacey and Chen. She's an LGBT activist and poet who knows here in the US. Stacey on told me she was out shopping nearer home in New York when she heard the news about bent on going back to Jamaica. I was in Kia in Brooklyn. And it was a Jamaican woman who was serving me. And I and she said with such jubilation that he's coming home. And she also said, what's such vitriol that the reason that he was in prison in the first base was the hatred of the gay community and the kind of like international almost organized way in which they systematically went after him and took him down. Which is of course, not true. He served seven years in prison for drugs. Taking cocaine. Absolutely. Absolutely. Yes. But there are still people on the ground in Jamaica who feel as if the only reason that he was behind those bars was because he he was being targeted by the gay community by the very powerful gay community as where often described as by the reggae community before serving time for drug trafficking in the US Buju Banton, disavowed violence, I read physical or musical toward the gay community served. His seven years is now out how much has he changed from the man who saying boom by twenty five years ago. I think that's a very complicated question. I think the lesbian Jamaica activists optimist the lover of where I'm from. It's a very complicated place to sit because the issue of being more than one identity at the same time. Maybe those two identities don't coexist comfortably is always a difficult place for anybody to sit, but I grew up with reggae music. And so there's a part of me that really really loves it really answers to it. When a hair it cut two years later, I came out as lesbian on the university campus in Jamaica and was violently assaulted by a large number of of boys. Their intention must have been to either punish me for being gay or to convert me to being straight and that violence lives with me, my whole life. And so the two things inside of me are consistently at war than they are always wrestling on a mat, and they are always trying to find a way to live together because there are so much a part of me here, all these complicated feelings coming from you about this. I mean, it's kind of fascinating. The woman in again. I mean, how much do you think has fans are aiding and abetting his life and his celebrity? I mean, how much of the blame do they shoulder? But isn't that the nature of a prophet dumb and celebrity which which today in today's world, it's one and the same would you is in every way a human being just like me, just like you. But he's also extraordinarily talented an extraordinarily able to speak from a place of deep truth about poverty in Jamaica about people's lives. He's able to articulate a an experience that has been missing from much of the music we called ours. Not since Bob Marley. Has there? Been an artist at speaks with such truth with such depth with such beauty about the lives of poor people and the struggle to be recognized as human for black. Kness and being from Africa to be the center of one's pleasure and one's power. Remind us they see on what the reception to boom. Bye. Bye. Was when it first came out. It's interesting that you asked that. Because the first time I heard boom. Bye bye. I threw my hands up and sang along because I was a teenager in Jamaica. So I sang with gusto along with my pairs to the song. And then I became aware of the fact that I wanted to partner with women, and it became complicated from it because it was actually saying kill gay people kill gay men shoot them in the head. Which is in. No way permissible when you are a person who is gave 'cause you're actually advocating for the death of your own kind your own person..
"buju" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Takes a look back and gives us a sneak peek ahead as we round out the year Natalie Maho owned has been researching climate change for twenty years, but to her this year twenty eighteen felt a little different to me. It feels like there's more attention on the issue. Mo all is an atmospheric sciences, professor at Cornell. I covered in my classes, and there were so many articles this year that we couldn't even post all the articles onto our discussion board. It was it was just too much Maho old thinks part of the focus on climate change came from the weather. We saw a lot of intense storms. And of course, we can't attribute anyone storm to climate change. But these intense hurricanes are what we fear will occur more frequently under climate. Change besides those storms and onslaught of new science released. This fall also landed climate change in the headlines. Here's university of Arizona. Professor, Diana, Liberman, the were hosts series of reports and papers that really raise the ball in terms of the potential impacts of climate change and urgency of doing something about it Liberman and Maho walled both helped write one of those big papers from the UN's intergovernmental panel on climate change. It found that limiting warming to one point five degrees celsius above pre industrial levels would significantly cut a bunch of climate risks risks like drought heavy rainfall during hurricanes extreme heat sea level rise. The report gave policymakers alot were target to aim at than the two degrees celsius written into the Paris agreement. But how hard it would be to hit that target surprised even Liberman I've been working on climate change for a very long time at least thirty years. And I think what surprised me. Was rim icing. How dramatic the cuts on that we need to make to keep warming onto one point five. I mean, cutting emissions by half by twenty thirty. That's an enormous challenge especially since carbon pollution is on the rise again. Now, if twenty eighteen Josiah's how big the challenge really is twenty nine thousand nine hundred twenty twenty will be key to overcoming it. Or not we do not change course by twenty twenty. We just missing the point where we can avoid runaway climate change with disastrous consequences for people and all the nets will systems that sustain us. That was the UN secretary General Antonio, Gutierrez, man, let me take a minute here to tell you why he's saying twenty twenty is going to be such a big deal. It's the deadline under the Paris agreement for countries to set new targets for how much cut carbon by twenty thirty and twenty thirty. If you were a member is the cutoff date for making those huge cuts to keep that one. One point five degree goal alive. Gutierrez is holding a special the UN summit next September to try to drum up big promises ahead of that deadline. I'm calling on all leases to come to next to Slamet summits prepared to report what more than ten to do when they convenient twenty twenty for the and climate conference if countries stick to the promises they've already made we're headed for about three degrees of warming. So the one point five degree goal is a huge reach. But shandra boo with the center for science and environment. And Delhi says it's worth a try V understand that meeting. One point five goal is to anybody difficult, but the still has to try because we do not try to meet one point five. I don't think we will even meet Bussan represents the global south at you, clemen talks and says the region will Cutie feel if temperatures keep rising, and that is going to be really really bad for the book on threes of undergo communities what already suffering because of climate change. So the next two years. Go to very very important key dates to watch for the secretary-general's meeting in New York in September. And then the UN climate summit in twenty twenty for the world. I'm Caroline bealer. I'm Marco werman. And you're with the world. Celebrate Tori return. That's what greeted reggae and dense all superstar Buju Banton at the airport in Kingston Jamaica last month back home after seven years in prison here in the US for drug trafficking. But Buju Banton arrest is not the only thing in his life to have earned him notoriety. And who asked him. This is boom. Bye bye. You can find a lot of Buju bent on music streaming online. But not this on its about killing gaping..
Protesters march through Paris amid fears of new violence
"That caused people to panic inside. Try and flee trampling over each other. According to officials and that caused a number to be crushed. We're hearing around one hundred have been injured about ten of them seriously. Now, they've been taken we understand to two nearby hospitals where the being treated. According to the United States is too far ripe protester guilty of murdering of women when he drove his car into a crowd of counter demonstrators to white supremacists. Rally in Charlottesville Virginia last year. A jury took less than a d- to convict James fields and all ten charges. He faced. You're listening to the world news from the BBC. The Japanese parliament is given its final approval to a controversial new law. Allowing hundreds of thousands of foreigners into the country to ease chronic labour shortages from April next year, they'll be allowed to take up jobs in various sectors, including construction a nursing Japan has traditionally been wary of immigration, but the government argues that bringing in more foreigners unavoidable because of the country's aging population opposition parties, see the new law has been. He's totally drafted. The Brazilian president Michel Temer says he is asked the governor of the state of rhymer to handover administrative power until the end of the year with the details. Here's candy. Mr Thomas said the federal intervention was needed to regain control after a series of protests and strikes by prison guards and police over pay ROY Raymond has seen violent prison riots this year, and the government is worried he could destabilize the state that borders Venezuela, but there's another problem to last month, the central government had to partially intervene in ROY Rama to deal with tens of thousands of Venezuelan migrants. The state authorities said they didn't have the resources to deal with them alone. The Jamaican reggae star. Buju Banton has returned to the island after being released from prison in the United States. He served seven years in jail in Georgia after being convicted of intent to supply kookiness, dozens of fans gathered at the airport in Kingston to welcome home. Would you Benton was Jamaica's biggest reggae star since elite Bob Marley? Australian schoolchildren have led protests by thousands of people against the plant coal mine in the state of Queensland the children invited adults to rallies in major cities demanding that the Indian company Adani abandoned, the project sponsor, Danny vowed to press ahead with the mine little be considerably smaller than original BBC news. Hello again. You're listening to weekend with me Pasqua Harsha and coming up in this hour. We'll be discussing a new trend co-parenting that's springing up a child by parents who are not and never have been romantically involved. His father will Kamei putting to bed. Read them and not nighttime story anything a normal. Father would you and it really works and YouTube called split up because you've never been together. Yeah. Exactly. And we are they are sleep best friends. Find out what our panel. Thank of that veracity Pillay in Johannesburg and Jonathan Steele here in London studio with me, but before we get into that Jonathan you've come to us fresh from a conference on Syria in London this week. This is a very interesting conference at the London School of economics, mainly with Syrians taking part. Basically the exiles. So they're not program in any way. But they were quite depressed about what was happening because who knows wars winding down, and that means that there's less killing going on the government is determined to sort of beaver said one of the academic said to be fortification mode. They want to make sure that this new resurgence of violence and song. And it even goes the question, whether the government wants refugees to come back because as one of them, again, another one put it the government doesn't have the resources not only not to feed people coming back to police them because the sources fear that there could be a new uprising us there wasn't twenty eleven and even talking about people coming back does that mean that there is a sense that the conflict is winding down. I think there's a definite sense. I think everybody agrees including opposition people. Hold up mainly in. Live in northwest, Syria. The rest of the country's back onto government control, the whole of Damascus big cities, Hampson Hammond. And. Leper so fighting house really calm down and the government claims they control what they call can the terrible phrase useful, Syria. The area. They consider doesn't matter in the northwest doesn't matter, but the big cities in the spine of the country, which runs no south from leopard entre Moscos's back from and government is very very interesting to hear the you say there's consensus that the conflict is winding down and get one of our contributors recently was talking about standing on the balcony of her home in Damascus and seeing the bombs falling on another part of the city will I think that's a little bit out of date. Now that used to be the case when I lost about a year ago. You could hear the poems and see the plain song. After the fall of Houston Huta in the spring of this year, pretty much, Damascus suburbs and back government control back under military control. But as hinting from this conference is the whole question of political Israel and government is not going to make any concessions, those can be no compromise or to alter the in fact, the Geneva talks dead dead sing because the government is determined to consolidate its victory, forty five country grounded Sern regime and not make any concessions tool, and as our other guest on the line from Johannesburg knows very well one thing is is the struggle. And another thing is the peace afterwards and Borussia Pillay on the line from Johannesburg. You've been looking into something else. We talk about South Africa we used to as the rainbow nation, but you have been looking at an undecided of racism within. Would you say? Within the black community. Absolutely. The skull within the black community and within the Asian community. And in fact, many communities I myself am of south Indian descent, so I really had from both sides being sort of sixth seventh generation growing considering by South African as well as of Indian descent and seeing just how these tropes play out. And because it's so much of a black lives have been discussed in relation to to whiteness and colonialism. It's only now that we started to have this conversations within black communities, which I think is really important that we start talking about how have we internalized notions of self hatred, and so on and a one of the one of the obvious things is the skin lightening creams, which understand you're searching. Yes, I'm actually writing a book on the topic of color rhythm and cutter ISM. You know? It's it's got so many. Sort of impacts in our society. One of them is of course, you know, the most obvious one is the very damaging nature of skin lightening creams in South Africa. We were fortunate enough to had those band very early on in in in our in, you know, in the sixteenth s the damage became apparent and people still use them they're widely available in black markets. And and you know, it's not just about the health risk. There's so many studies that show that lighter skinned people are lacking black people get much more in all kinds of opportunities job opportunities. You only have to look at Hollywood to see this. The light skinned the lighter skinned black woman is is usually cost darling. And the darker skinned black woman is cast as the villain and just how it is becoming in growing and growing conversation with these kind of things are being unpacked, and it really reaches across the world. And when I visited India for the first time, I was considered extremely dark, and and it's very interesting to me because I grew up under. The influence of black consciousness of Steve Biko where you taught to love yourself, and that influenced my understanding of my own skin color, and in India, it really was seen as a huge, Mark. I could not find makeup in my skin color. And I'm I could not find any creams that did not have skin lightening in them. And as you say this is prevalent across the rest of Africa, the Congo, Nigeria and so on. Coming. You mentioned black consciousness. I was just wondering right now, the ANC is. Emphasizing blackness much more. In fact, I think Tabor Mbeki recently said the ANC is becoming a black party. He was saying that was a criticism and you've got the economic freedom fighters. Rules, pushing sort of black power entering into this debate on on this sort of saying to toback people you shouldn't fool for this nonsense about calories and trying to look whiter than white. So absolutely. This is a very much a debate that I think is raging amongst the diaspora and blackmail across the world, whereas in South Africa because of the fierce black pride and a big movements towards owning your blackness. It would be considered very unfashionable to to avert. We say these things so it's really subtle. It's really a subtle thing. You know, they'll be adobe slang terms. Coined Appalachia skinned woman, yellow bone, and there'll be a preference towards them in music videos, and in also liberty culture. They'll be gradual lightning of our liberties getting lighter and lighter because they're using something called glutathione. Injections, which is not tested at all in terms of health implications, and literally lightens your skin. So there is this professing publicly of being proudly black while I'm working really hard to conform to a standard of beauty in terms of intensive one skin color and other aspects of how presents themselves. Hey up of fat. So while the ANC are very pro black. You know, there's so many issues for them to tackle. They haven't quite got onto this one yet. Well, let's hear more about that issue later in the program rationally Pillay on the line from Johannesburg and Jonathan steel here in London. But right now, let's go to France where the capital is waking up amid fears of another weekend of violence and new nationwide protest of the zone. All the yellow vests is due to take place in the coming hours, the government as well as major unions have called for calm asking protesters to stay away from places where many of last week's more violent incidents took place in the capital, but also in the rest of the country to in Paris, major attractions such as the Eiffel tower will remain closed today. But all of this is despite concessions from president Emmanuel Macron earlier this week, including abandoning a planned increase on fuel tax. And yet that hasn't appeased everyone tensions remain, very high as Hugh Scofield reports from Paris. It's
"buju" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Family is but blue jay fans aren't going oh my goodness isn't it great the j hap is any all star game and then buju fans even look and say is jay happened the all star game i think cancer royals fans are looking at it and saying salvador perez we love peres but why is in the all star game so the era that happened that every team needed representation that was an era of which there wasn't national television saturation for major league baseball that era is so long gone that they have missed the boat you don't need a representation from in listen the cincinnati reds baseball team but joey votto and scooter ginette are worthy candidates to me allstar game because they are stars jeanette has emerged on the scene in what he did a year ago what he's doing this year and vodka was one of the great hitters in all of baseball but does there needs to be a blue on his team i don't think so i don't either agree i think we're past those days i also think if you got rid of that rule and somehow i'm not a fan of fan voting either i understand you want to see you know if you wanna pick someone who may not be having the best year hates my choice i wanna see him it doesn't matter what type of year he's having i get that but i also think just for me personally the all star game should be a reward for those who have been productive so if maybe got rid of a little bit of fan voting and each team needs to be represented what you're talking about maybe we won't have potential nl mvp's not even be on the ballot or have the opportunity of not even winning the final vote and i'm talking about hey sue segler of the milwaukee brewers here's a guy who's hitting what over three hundred sixty three rbi's topfive there he's tied for the lead in home runs with twenty two he's in the top ten in batting average at three oh six and here's a guy who couldn't make the roster so if you got rid of some of these exceptions if you got rid of some fan voting and you put players who deserved it then we could you know we would have a guy like hey sue segler who's potentially the nl mvp be right on the roster right away and not have to go through a final vote mike what happens if he doesn't win the final vote could he be added later she's gonna be listen i don't think there's any doubt that hayes at your is going to be on the national league allstar team i also don't think that there is much doubt that max muncie will get there he is the dodgers rising star that a year ago none of you heard of maximum thirty is having a fantastic season my guess is that max muncie is gonna win the fan vote that's a guess that he's gonna win the fan vote but for those who follow baseball much more closely they'll look at somebody like a haze angular and you're gonna understand he's going to be on that roster as the first baseman for the milwaukee brewers any wasn't on the all star ballot because he wasn't there starting for space great but you had to write him in eric themes was the starting first baseman ryan braun was going to be spelling themes at first base moving from the outfield so fdr was on the brewers milwaukee brewers opening day roster but didn't homer before april the fifteenth hidden really played i don't know he had started game in the first two and a half weeks of the season now he leads the national league in home runs and he you know his his manager craig counsel said yesterday after milwaukee had taken three or four in the battle of the two best records in the national league when the weekend begin to division leaders the bruce three or four angular home at three times in the series that he said you'll ours at not just an allstar candidate right now he should be at the top of the mvp list and maybe he will be when it's all said and done i don't have an issue with fan votes if you if you want to jump in on this twitter poll question i'll share about this as well but you can call us eight seven seven nine nine six six three six nine eight seven seven nine nine six six three six nine.
"buju" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It wasn't something you wanted for yourself it's still not something you won't feel self but it sounds like you didn't have financial freedom really you were sharing everything in a joint account and then despite the fact you were contributing more you felt powerless yes well why how did it come about do you think i wouldn't know a pattern that we fell into maybe because i got married really early i was really just off the the rock and frock and i caught my rock and call my frog alina told me she's now very happily in a new relationship with a man he wins a lot more money than they keep that finances entirely separate but what is the best model for financial equality if indeed it's something we should strive for that's what we're going to explore next but i i just need to go back to henry in buju for amendment because he tells me he's been doing some thinking say this i wouldn't mind being giving pokemon also oh i can tell you laughing there inca without one that's not honest said something like that i'm imagine how it will actually be if it happens we combined can me wondering how we methodist to work on don you wanna last sitting down for a long time.
"buju" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"So we haven't really talked a whole lot about the death of verne troyer well we you were actually on vacation and it happened on a weekend and i'm just saying it's not a death you probably you're spending a lotta time on but but what did we notable nonetheless he died a couple of weeks ago but mike myers was on jimmy kimmel and he had a conversation with jimmy about verne troyer fantastic human being and for a long time in a great comedian i just want to make that point that as written mini me is like almost a prop but he brought it up off the page better than written and we just ended up giving him more and more stuff to do but a great physical canadian a great dancer just a fantastic guy and he died at forty nine he wasn't supposed to live past his teens you saw a hundred and fifty years worth of life in this photo montage everybody was just watching this thing vern brought so much love to people you know what i mean the leaders of these countries are everywhere i've been in the world people are like buju michelle minime no it's not no he wasn't supposed to wasn't expected delivery you know i i guess i had known that either and and when you hear it put that way it is amazing that he lived as long as he did did have a lot of struggles i think toward the end of his life some of them he spoke about publicly and we knew about but anyway i just i just thought i always think it's lovely when you hear somebody who has spent because it wasn't just he didn't just do the one movie with him they did a few movies together the austin powers movies and so when you hear somebody who's who's worked with somebody at length talk about who they really were as a person especially since the majority of people verne troyer just is mini me and has always been many and so it was nice to hear him talk about after here's what we have for you door number three you're talking about how nice to be in the back end of the work we enjoy a wonderful weekend the weather's gonna be amazing all around town we're not.
"buju" Discussed on Channel 955
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"buju" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"A lot of shots confidence back was of uh the leaders tiger assesses how he played after the opening round very positive today it was a tough day author for all of a sudden even par score yeah easily this this biomass seventhround so yeah it's easy vase my best ballstriking day and i was very pleased i made a lot of the short putts today because the a little scratchy clinton the last two outings the federal reserve forces into one giant had pretty good control the off all day and felt very comfortable with my strokes machine this wind it was it was tough putting out there and i'm sure the guys won't make a lot of putts guys an athlete we're going to other has full for sure but he was a condition would have been an acceptance anything par better today these these are tough conditions i've here today and as i said these guys and ask now their hands full th these greens are a little bit scratchy and uh stuff so make any putts especially with the wind blowing as much as much as it is the balls moving on the greens but the wind wrath allow for if you know sometimes you and a half a cup or so a cop in your process that weirdest this round rate light weird where you want to be moving forward and looking at the leaderboard how close art you think you are maybe even giving contention final michael i felt i felt very comfortable today i feel like i hit the ball really well and a new was it was tough out there i had to hit a lot of knock down shots i had a worth a golf ball both ways and occasionally down win throw straight up in the air and i was able to do all that today so that i was very pleasing woods had only one bad hold a double bogey on the par five third round only twenty players managed to break par pga national addi north is being gulf analysts on sports and it would jump buju us he got off a wonderful start he made some putts early on i think that sort of set the tone for the day the wind was born fifteen twenty miles an hour all day long he was able to fly this irons really well worked the.
"buju" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"A bones hundreds of selja you just have to be a little more in tune number six on the list of the sexiest accents scottish oh oh it's pretty good okay i five spanish who are they asking is what i wanna know are they ask in world war ii okay survey eight sorry i'm blew up number four irish norm irish but i really really of shouldering the saxon why was sixteen i'm by home a normal now i used to lie on top of or co host roof a mere oil lucrative ridership all of my face oh in order to get the song slammed that horace did you when did you burst into flames were echoed in a bronze grade he's also irish okay the number three on the sexiest accents according to a global survey italian italian though sexy i was in italy it didn't it's a peculiar i said i don't think it's very sexy luscious me number to finish buju regime ability and its french okay that's really pretty thank you are you gonna play of nelson edited alvydas as now feels weird meps are edges hang in there now let's really preda even get the it is a lovely it is a lovely on is that what is the romance languages love languish or yeah romance laboratory of that love language ahead with access ribe let me to be liked what he thought of your face okay got it what meaning love languages flew private mecca i know you've put her in my life for reason but please make this reason clear soon my patience is waning muddled okay were a number one now one v sexes accent in the war we let me just think about what you've nasty okay aberdeen's brazilian american australian scottish spanish irish italianfrench and number one is british blow i started a barber shop to prefer it works affair we saw that you're in english if you wanna talk about the boss ballgame an english accent it just don't glasses good point across you know but so is the perfect to india and above shalt what what's a phrase that you picked up in the bump he's much better to british acts yes yes this is getting married by the way if you're all my go the selling of after.
"buju" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan
"I promise as soon as it's ready i'll be sure that you get the first copy it was just sees that's the part of the bill literally doesn't need to do like ask thing as but like i wonder why do i even need to tell you that right now eight yes all of media why do i even needed tell you that right now that's what he should have said instead of being a jerk like that whole entity closure state with god it that seems like something he would say but i feel like he's more interested in snarky last name last word lay let's face it sometimes bill bellichik is totally of mean girl right yeah so yes there's that all right let's go to another controversial figure for a totally different reason greg hardy has side with the richman rough riders of the indoor football league while he still continues his enemy career i just thought was weird and fascinating if you're in that league and you're you're playing off into wind or whatever you look across and there's greg already as long as he still fiscal you youth now think crap right oh yeah for sure i'm died especially if you're a woman player in the league oh come on man oh i'm sorry i really hurting greg hardy's feelings i mean that's a good point again world were i think were like offending women what if they're excited to see him across wound because they were really take it out on him you're saying women can't be should be scared of that guy a women should be ready to take that guy out i friendly disagree i think if i was a woman i would definitely be scared of greg hearty because he's a psychopath thinking the women should be feel like their empowered to kevin and that they can use blackjack on him if they need to a y l like the little yeah pay metal piece happy slapper people can do what they gotta do you know the only reason i note of blackjack is is because of wrestling is because they would users like he's got some larger jack buju every time is it a movie acura what movie award rally roadhouse and if all else fails by get my black jacket i was like oh it's astle her we need to watch whatever movie that may have been like first kid.
"buju" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"I played get to in your first admission a plethora of sporting from me first intimation i'm losing my mind second intermission we'll get to all the scorched round the nhl this engaged in almost i don't know if it's bad voodoo doom buju boot she's not a word either on thought others his late people it's arabid bed voodoo or not but almost every single game of the nhl tonight went to overtime or the shooter and there was ten game that's a whole lot of overtime and shoot at action tonight on the ice will tell you about that type of strain scores in the nba as well but before you tell that was going to listen to our highlights from the second period of this hiking the apps and the kings were scoreless after one although the arabs outshot the king's 1105 of that opening frame but in the second period king's came out they found themselves on the power play and they started stolen some vulcanized rubber at the goaltender for your colorado avalanche and he did this draw to get risha ought to the point doughty left horse the real reform on bob could is horribly covering the plug slaughtering it the he gets his want sold the change were absolutely hammered away on the doorstep that was viewership barley now as a quick conversation with the referees if to say hey how part of a little bit of up for the effort law both ed pozzuoli got that pat right all the golan it kept that park out vet was incredible for i am losing barley with fourteen saves two periods of hockey for the birdie and blue jonathan quick has made twenty saves through to periods of hockey is the ads really stepped it up there in the second period including the man got the loan tally in this game so far captain mike catt picked up by lightest can't be apps positive right now carries a farce the kept wanna wish up scott disick jonathan quick to put the ads on top by a score of war now well they forty six to kill we are in period number two landis scott all the way into the blown lie cruisers into the four circle as he stepped zinni legit go upstairs the put the arabs odd top for the captive in batches 14th to all of this.