Episode 10 of The Extraordinary Negroes: "Put Some Respek On My Plate"

In this episode, we invite Los Angeles-bred celebrity chefs Chef Spanky, Bad News, & DJ Kevvy Kev of Trap Kitchen on to discuss their transition from the streets of Compton to sharing a stove with Martha Stewart, their goals and aspirations as blossoming entrepreneurs, and to finally put to rest if sugar and grits are destined for holy matrimony or doomed for divorce. Additionally, never put chitlins and Alex in the same room and Jay shares his opinion on the #TeacherBae scandal.

Join me on Saturday, October 22 in Maryland at "Let's Get Uncomfortable: Mental Health Makeover," a panel and workshop for mental health awareness, by Ashley D. Freeman's Don't Die Afraid and the Montgomery County chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness.

I'll be discussing my mental health journey alongside other awesome speakers and participating in the workshop that follows. Get tickets and info here.

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