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The Chop Up Show

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The Black Leftist perspective on society, culture, and politics. Hosts Toya G. and The Political Plug provide analysis and viewpoints that reflect the experiences of Black, millennial, progressives raised in the heart of Kansas City, Missouri.

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With R. Kelly being recently federally convicted of 11 counts of sex trafficking and rackettering, @TheConsciousLee begins the show by questioning how and why he still has so many supporters, and explores the connection between R.... more

@TheConsciousLee explores the mindset and perspective of the alpha male.

@Toyuhgee opens the show up to the chat to throw our questions about topics of their choice.

@ThePoliticalPlug asks the crew if Black people missed a unique opportunity for social and political organizing and uprising during the Trump presidency.

@TheConsciousLee starts the show asking about the battle for the number 1 hip hop album between Kanye West and Drake

@ThePoliticalPlug does a quick variety on the weeks hottest topics to close the show.

@TheConsciousLee explores the tragic effects of Hurricane Ida and compares the response and impact to that of Hurricane Katrina

@Toyuhgee starts the conversation of by getting vibe on the pictures released on Beyonce wearing a rare Tiffany stone and Jay-Z posing with a rare Basquiat painting.

@Toyuhgee introduces an all-new segment called "Black People Dont..." which dispells the myths about what Black people do by chopping it up with guests who do jobs, activities, or have interests that are not commonly found in the Black... more

@ThePoliticalPlug breaks down the current scandal involving conscious leader, Bro. Polight, and explores the misuse and misinterpretations of "wokeness," "consciousness," and identifying as Hotep.

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