While we were kind of late to the party, we still take time to share our thoughts regarding the self-proclaimed "Gay 2Pac" Jussie Smollett and his current incident. Innocent or guilty? You'll have to tune in to find out!
Within our Lightning Round, we touch on Spike Lee's Oscar Award and the comments that followed. We also had to show some serious love to his gold Air Jordan 3's as well! We discussed a few other films and gave some gas to the whole Oscar's So Black Movement as well. We wrap up our recording with our staples: Player of the Week and Shoutout segments.
Oil prices are in choppy waters, with events and forces pulling prices in either direction in recent days. Naeem Aslam of Think Markets is on hand in London to drill through the market prospects for black gold. Plus, Swine Fever continues to spread, steadily riling Chinese pork markets and spreading to many places across the world. Fred Kaufman, author of ‘Bet the Farm’, joins us to sort through the swine situation. And later, Big Pharma is back in the headlines again as drug giant Pfizer has carried out yet another takeover. Mollye Barrows, contributor to America’s Lawyer, helps us dig into the details.
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Huawei’s turbulent fortunes will soon take a turn as the West edges closer to a decision on the fate of the company’s CFO. Alex Mihailovich is in Canada and will bring us the latest on the trial and the moves facing the battle-tested telecom giant. Plus, a plague is facing pork markets, and it could be prevalent for years to come. Fred Kaufman, author of ‘Bet the Farm: How Food Stopped Being Food’, is on hand to give his outlook. Finally, tech giants are wading into the crypto space as the technology becomes more and more mainstream. Cryptocurrency analyst Ben Swann lends us a hand to see if companies like Facebook will boom or bust in the digital payments sector.