BFE on the track, heaux! Lil Syrup on the track, heaux! And we are back!! Bringin' you another episode of The Rude Urban Truth. Beej from Be Free Entertainment is in the building! The exchanges between him and Urban Laughter were priceless. During this week's episode, we discuss the Avengers movie, R. Kelly's illiteracy and how it doesn't change his b*tch *ss status, and much more. A question that we are leaving you all with: If you could have a conversation with your 18 year old self, what would you say? What kind of advice would you give?
The Beautiful Black Business for the month of May is SIN-Clothing. SIN Clothing stands for Strength in Numbers because if you asked the creator, Von, she would say, "I know that together, we can all succeed." The brand launched in 2017, but started to really take off in 2018 because of innovative stylings for distressed hats and clothing. If you asked Von how she would describe her business, she would say “Everything about the logo is a representation of who I am. The quill symbolizes my love for writing, especially that of legendary poets like Maya Angelou. My passion for music comes through in the music notes. The heart stands for love – love that we show each other, the love that drives our passions, and the love that is needed so much more in the world right now. From this business, I want to bring my customers happiness with every purchase, breathing new life into what you wear.” Check out some of her merchandise and if you look in the Collections, you'll see The Rude Urban Truth has a line of products being produced exclusively on SIN-Clothing.
One more thing: The 4th Annual Tux & Chucks Soiree is coming up on May 18, 2019 in Charlotte, NC and guess who are official sponsors of the event? You guessed it! Your hosts, JB and Urban Laughter. Be sure to get tickets. If you are unable to attend, please donate. All donations and a portion of all tickets sold will be donated to Dreams On 3.