Terry Crews #BlackLivesBETTER, Jada Pinkett-Smith OPEN relationship, Special Guest Andrew Caldwell

This week on #BlackTwitter, special guest Andrew Caldwell “Mr. Delivert” will be joining the cast to break down BET Awards 2020, Jada-Pinkett Smith and the family respond to Shane Dawson, Will Smith addresses August Alsina’s relationship with wife Jada, and Ken & Karen Point Guns at protestors on their street in St. Louis. Also, Nicki Minaj and Kanye West may be dropping some new music. Cardi B clapsback as Twitter attempts to cancel her with #CardiBIsOver Hashtag.

For more of Andrew Caldwell: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo-8jfLX3P30_o2Tkeu5LyQ
IG: andrew_c_caldwell

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