Exclusive: Angela Means Kaaya talks Friday’s 25th anniversary, Playing the role of “Felicia,” Feeding the Hood and The Importance of Protecting and Uplifting Black Women. (Hi Felicia! I See You)

Hi Felicia: I See You Episode 26 This past weekend, we celebrated the 25th Anniversary of “Friday”, the legendary classic hood movie starring Ice Cube, Chris Tucker, Nia Long, John Witherspoon, Angela Means Kaaya. As fortune would have it we were able to have Angela Means Kaaya, the actress who portrayed Felicia in the film, join us on the show the Monday following the 25th Anniversary. One thing The Black Lunch Break did not expect was how the dichotomy of “Felicia from Friday” and the complexity of all that occurred…

After Watching Tiger King, I Momentarily Felt Bad For White People

I’m not white. Actually, I’m nowhere close to being white. Well, my momma is light skin, but she don’t take shit from white folks, never has. You know, she one of those light skin folks who let’s white folks know real quick that they are not one of them. That they carry around their black ancestors everywhere they go. And will unleash the spirit of said black ancestors to curse them slam tf out. But I digress… If you haven’t seen Tiger King, I encourage you to do so. It…

Video: Rhythm + Flow Winner D Smoke Premiers his Newest offering with Anthem “Black Habits”

Netflix Rhythm + Flow contest winner D Smoke just dropped some heat for Black History Month! The Inglewood Native evokes a distinctively west coast vibe over a haunting track in an equally haunting video that manifests Django vibes as he sits atop a brown horse and spits from the soul. D Smoke is a bi-lingual musician with an impeccable flow and his ascension is no mistake. Take a listen to “Black Habits” and you’ll begin to understand why… whatever IT is… he has IT!

Disney+: A Rant About Ungratefulness

Disney+ blessed us with its presence on 11/12/2019 and allow me to just say we are not worthy.  Disney threw everything and the kitchen sink at this d*** thing for the low-low ($6.99 a month, $12.99 with Hulu and ESPN+ included, and $32.99 if you want to borrow my password).  Outside of the obvious Disney Classics such as “The Lion King”, “Beauty and the Beast”, and “Aladdin”, users also have on-demand access to the Pixar masterpieces as well as Marvel movies and television shows and, of course, “Star Wars” content. …