The Morning Hustle

These stories from Billy Sorrells and Headkrack are stories all parents can probably hilariously relate too!

We don't believe Roger Goodell or the NFL after they tried to speak out against racism while not acknowledging their own serious faults.

David Banner checks in with us via video conference to give his insights on everything that is going on in America right now and some ideas and solutions that we need to begin to execute.

Attorney Gerald Griggs joins The Morning Hustle to shed light on the killing of Rayshard Brooks and the legislative changes we must demand.

Attorney Charles Adams weighs in on the killing of Rayshard Brooks from the perspective as a current attorney and as a former police officer.

Once again, we start the week with another black man being killed by the hands of the police, and Killer Mike took to social media and voiced his pain and frustrations like the most of us are feeling right now. Singer Sia also checked some fans about what really matters right now after mistaking Nicki for Cardi.

Nicki Minaj has collaborated with Tekashi 6ix9ine, again. Twitter is dismayed that the YMCMB Barbie would once again get down with a blatant snitch, but the video has racked up millions of views, so people may not care that much after all.

Spike Lee talks about his new Netflix movie about four African American veterans return to Vietnam decades after the war to find their squad leader's remains and a stash of buried gold on The Morning Hustle.

Jess Hilarious isn't worried about what's being said about her on social media. SHe joins The Morning Hustle to discuss "cancel culture" and respond to the backlash she's been receiving over the last week.

Simply entitled “8:46” — the time that it took Derek Chauvin to kill George Floyd — the brief but powerful show took place in his hometown of Beavercreek, Ohio.

Starbucks is under fire after an internal memo telling employees not to wear Black Lives Matter attire leaked. 

The Trill OG sits down with Billy Sorrells for an important conversation about the effects of George Floyds' death on the city of Houston and what steps we must take next for actual change.