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The King of the South TIP pulled up for Happy Hour with the #DrinkChamps Noreaga & DJ EFN. They talk T.I.’s new album ‘Dime Trap’ and his artistry, the current state of hip hop, the Black dollar, the impact of the crack era, Donald Trump & MORE.

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Watch Part 9: https://goo.gl/x7KurQ Part 1: https://goo.gl/i44fKA ---------------------- Comedian Michael Colyar shared his thoughts on "Missing White Girl Syndrome" in the media, where they feel that missing white girls of a certain status are more valuable than boys or children of color or lower socioeconomic backgrounds. Colyar said that he feels like that these things do happen in the media, and added that the current political climate makes certain people feel like it's ok to be more racist.  Colyar also spoke about white people dying to have surgery to look more like black people, which you can hear more about above.