Michael Arceneaux Talks About How Being Gay Is Not A Learned Behavior | The Breakfast Club

Michael Arceneaux talks about how men aren’t allowed to be curious with their sexuality and explains to Charlamagne how being gay isn’t a learned behavior.

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Flashback: ScHoolboy Q - Mac Miller's Album Better than Jay Z, Kanye & J Cole

Tue Sep 18 , 2018
Back in 2013, ScHoolboy Q was gearing up for the release of Oxymoron, and he spoke about working on the "Gees" music video with Mac Miller. From there, the conversation turned into a question about who he thinks has the best album between JAY-Z, Kanye, and J. Cole, and ScHoolboy picked none of them, instead, choosing Mac Miller. He then added that "Mac and J. Cole had the best albums."  Check out the full clip above.
Flashback: ScHoolboy Q - Mac Miller's Album Better than Jay Z, Kanye & J Cole