In this clip of the I’m Black, He’s Mexican Podcast Arizona Verse & Soul Papo wax philosophically about the emergence of Slim Jesus and how he is making enemies along the way.

The Game is not here for Slim Jesus’ music direction and choices. He feels that Slim Jesus better be killing people for real or be prepared to get smoked. Rapper Slim Jesus is already dissing people but trying to convince people (after the fact) that he’s really not about that life. Rappers really have to stop rapping about things that they are not really about and about lives that they really aren’t living. Game is telling Slim Jesus to be careful. What are your thoughts about Slim?

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In this clip of the I’m Black, He’s Mexican Podcast Arizona Verse & Soul Papo wax philosophically about Obama’s 2008 election. The current election and where Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Ben Carson stand.

In this clip of the I’m Black, He’s Mexican Podcast Arizona Verse & Soul Papo wax philosophically about Matt Damon’s views on diversity.

During an episode of HBO’s reality competition show Project Greenlight, in which Damon and Ben Affleck award a $3 million film budget to aspiring filmmakers competing to direct the same script , Damon found himself in a heated debate with Effie Brown, a successful black film producer.

When the fellow panelists showed their surprise at Brown’s choice, she stressed the importance of choosing a diverse directing team that could properly deal with the issue of the only black character in the film being a prostitute.

Matt Damon has since apologized after sparking an uproar in the season premiere of HBO’s “Project Greenlight” by explaining diversity in film to a successful black woman producer.

In this clip of the I’m Black, He’s Mexican Podcast Arizona Verse & Soul Papo wax philosophically about Kim Jong-Un.

The North Korean authorities have announced they are ready to deal with US hostility “with nuclear weapons any time” and are working to improve the country’s nuclear weapons “in quality and quantity.”

"If the US and other hostile forces persistently pursue their reckless hostile policy towards the DPRK, we are fully prepared to respond with nuclear weapons at any time,” said the director of the North’s Atomic Energy Institute, as cited by the state KCNA news agency.

The statement was made by the director of the North’s Atomic Energy Institute as reported by the state KCNA news agency. North Korea is working to improve its nuclear weapons “in quality and quantity,” said the official.

Pyongyang has already started to operate a nuclear reactor at the Yongbyon Nuclear Scientific Research Center, North Korea’s major nuclear facility, about 90 kilometers from the capital Pyongyang.

“All the nuclear facilities in Yongbyon [Nuclear Scientific Research Center], including the uranium enrichment plant and five megawatt reactor were rearranged, changed or readjusted and they started normal operation,” the director of the Atomic Energy Institute told the North’s Korean Central News Agency.