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In my opinion, @oldmanebro no longer deserves to be a host, journalist, or representative of the hip hop community. This man has consistently clout chased for views due to the radio’s struggle to control relevancy. What happened throughout this entire interview is a complete representation of closed minded/biased control research. Knowing this type of controversy would get views, Ebro decides to dehumanize @kodakblack . Starting off by telling Kodak he really didn’t want to have him on, then making fun of Kodak’s voice by mumbling the chorus to “Roll In Peace” (while at the same time trying to make up for it by saying he understood the lyrics, but only explaining the obvious meaning behind the line “You don’t even believe in Jesus/ Why you got a Jesus piece”), sarcastically acknowledging that Kodak has bars because obviously Ebro doesn’t believe him (when if Ebro did any research on the artists before interviewing, like listening to discographies instead of just listening to two songs because he’s comfortable with his job security and feels like he can do whatever he wants, he’d find so much heart felt content from the most misunderstood artist in the rap game right now), and finally bringing up an obvious no-no regarding Kodak’s current legal battles forcing Kodak to leave the interview. This man has no respect for the culture, this man has no respect for the art of interviewing, this man doesn’t care about artists he only cares about “his” radio station, and to quote him from this interview “his show”. Having Kodak Black on as a guest and disrespecting him in this way, and not appreciating the opportunity he has in that moment is pitiful, when this is someone that I’d die to interview. Another quote from Ebro in this interview is, “We are all walking contradictions.” @oldmanebro ‘s entire career as a video hip hop journalist, venue organizer, creator, etc. is one giant contradiction.