Peter Bailey invites T.I. down to South Beach to share a NiteCap in which he discusses "Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head", Will Smith contacting Obama to pardon him, the President's stance on the economy as well as working with Young Jeezy, Gucci Mane, 2Chainz and others to unite Atlanta's hip hop scene.
So it's safe to say black artist can't come together bc of their personal gain or egos, interesting!WAH Ron
What the tv show bosses you were talking about?WAH Ron
You should work on the on some of the interviews . But I really enjoy your show . A lot of knowledge 👍Liroy Guerrier
I never new u was from st.Thomas this good bigup I'm from there also I just start watching ur show I think it gets better every time and I hope ur family is okay my brother and ur success is at ur peakLove spong
I've already heard that argument and it doesn't hold weight. Black unemployment is almost always double the national average so him applying a broad stroke towards fixing the economy has not and will not help. He has to specifically address Black people the way he specifically addresses Hispanics, White people, and the LGBT community.lifestraight
Late response but he is correct. Fixing the economy will help poverty. Helping poverty means that mother is not held up because the suspect is now offered a job. The guy may not be killed for his Air Jordans because he has the job to get his own.J C
Cant hear in this video and camera is doing to much..... just wanted to let you know ... keep doing your thingHiiigherLearning
Da Male Ego is on another level of sum real shytTyrell Hill
hAhAhAhAhA im hoping i will, but yea, outlook doesnt look good.Shontong Balentong
Yeah. Looks like you will never vote in this country! lollifestraight
people voted for him cus the dudes in the Republican side wasnt sh!t. plus, George W fukced this country up so much, people just wanted something different. ive never voted, and as my right, i will never vote unless that candidate 100% stands for what i want him to stand for and i know that that candidate will not lie. hAhAhAhAhAhAhAhAhAShontong Balentong
I have the same birthday as Will Smith and TI :).....Thanks for the interview Peter!Dubem Menakaya
I don't think I will either.lifestraight
I Shall never vote againPrecysePiere
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T.I. is such a fiiinnneee man...smhPHATgrl91
Gotta disagree with Tip on Obama. Everyone who's Black seems to want to give Barack the presidential pardon and say he shouldn't be expected to look at issues such as inner city violence, the prison industrial complex, war on drugs, poverty, etc. If we were going to expect him to in no way represent the African American community or their needs, why take part in the political process? If we don't expect help from him, why did we vote for him?lifestraight
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