BWNC Exclusive: We Interview Mark Zuckerberg About the Shutdown that cost him Billions

As many of you know by now, BWNC’s top notch investigative team has interviewed a various array of people, entities and whatchamacallits. And with the shutdown of multiple social networks under the Zuckerberg umbrella shutting down yesterday, including Facebook and Instagram, we reached out the multibillion dollar man himself to get his reaction on the shutdown, him being 7 billion dollars poorer and what does were the lessons learned from such a chaotic day.  And trust me, he had a lot to say.  BWNC: It’s a pleasure to finally speak…

Texas our Texas, Always At The Forefront Of Some Mess By K. Amara

  What can I say? There’s always one and soon others will follow suit. Texas is and has been on a MF roll and is definitely with the sh*ts! From voting rights to continuing to police a woman’s uterus, Texas clearly wants ALL the smoke. I mean legit, when Southlake has an entire specialty podcast dedicated to the shenanigous racist behavior going down in their town, you know its Michael Jackson “Bad.” Over the last month or so, our good guvna’ has implemented several pieces of legislation that really has gotten…

Fans vs. Stans By Larry L. Miller

    A phrase that has become popular over the last few years is “I stan.” This can be used when referring to fandom of a certain artist or simply for hyping up your friend’s latest Instagram post. Focusing on the former, I find it interesting that people are embracing a term that’s rooted in psychotic behavior.  The term “stan” derives from an Eminem song of the same name describing a dangerously obsessed fan who killed himself and his pregnant wife because Em hadn’t responded to his letters. It’s not something…

#SayHerName on the Day We #NeverForget: Asia Cottom

Today marks 20 years since Asia’s murder. Like me, Asia would’ve been 31 this year. Sadly, I can only imagine what life would have been like if she were still alive: College? Kids? Would we have grown apart, or would she be like a sister to me by now? I’ll never know.