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Being Alone, Children, and Fresh: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Talks 'Black Panther' with Ryan Coogler: "If You're Black, You'll Leave With a Straighter Walk, a Gratitude For Your African Heritage, and a Superhero Whom Black Children Can Relate To" @balleralert Read more: www.balleralert.com Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Talks ‘Black Panther’ with Ryan Coogler: “If You're Black, You'll Leave With a Straighter Walk, a Gratitude For Your African Heritage, and a Superhero Whom Black Children Can Relate To” - blogged by: @ashleytearra ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ‘Black Panther’ isn’t just another film; it’s a moment of cultural celebration and appreciation, especially for the mainstream representation of blacks in Hollywood. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Here you have a traditional superhero film spearheaded by a predominantly black cast and Mr. RyanCoogler, a black man who not only directed, but also co-wrote it. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ That alone speaks volumes, particularly in today’s pop culture climate. It’s innovating, refreshing, revolutionary, and even groundbreaking. This is a milestone for the culture. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The film—based on Marvel Comics’ fictional character of the same name, debuted on February 16th, breaking worldwide box office records and setting the table for national dialogue. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ One day before its release, Coogler sat down with retired NBA player KareemAbdulJabbar to share his views on why ‘Black Panther’ is such a big deal and why it could be beneficial for all races. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ “The concept of an African story, with actors of African descent at the forefront—combined with the scale of modern franchise filmmaking, is something that hasn’t really been seen before,” Coogler told Abdul-Jabbar. “You feel like you’re getting the opportunity of seeing something fresh, being a part of something new—which I think all audiences want to experience, regardless of whether they are African descent or not.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Later in the Hollywood Reporter piece, Coogler detailed what he strives for viewers to gain from watching ‘Black Panther’. “I hope they take out of it a sense of enjoyment [but also] something that is not disposable,” he ......to read the rest log on to BallerAlert.com (clickable link on profile)
Being Alone, Children, and Fresh: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Talks 'Black Panther' with Ryan
 Coogler: "If You're Black, You'll Leave With a Straighter
 Walk, a Gratitude For Your African Heritage, and a
 Superhero Whom Black Children Can Relate To"
 @balleralert
 Read more: www.balleralert.com
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Talks ‘Black Panther’ with Ryan Coogler: “If You're Black, You'll Leave With a Straighter Walk, a Gratitude For Your African Heritage, and a Superhero Whom Black Children Can Relate To” - blogged by: @ashleytearra ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ‘Black Panther’ isn’t just another film; it’s a moment of cultural celebration and appreciation, especially for the mainstream representation of blacks in Hollywood. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Here you have a traditional superhero film spearheaded by a predominantly black cast and Mr. RyanCoogler, a black man who not only directed, but also co-wrote it. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ That alone speaks volumes, particularly in today’s pop culture climate. It’s innovating, refreshing, revolutionary, and even groundbreaking. This is a milestone for the culture. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The film—based on Marvel Comics’ fictional character of the same name, debuted on February 16th, breaking worldwide box office records and setting the table for national dialogue. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ One day before its release, Coogler sat down with retired NBA player KareemAbdulJabbar to share his views on why ‘Black Panther’ is such a big deal and why it could be beneficial for all races. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ “The concept of an African story, with actors of African descent at the forefront—combined with the scale of modern franchise filmmaking, is something that hasn’t really been seen before,” Coogler told Abdul-Jabbar. “You feel like you’re getting the opportunity of seeing something fresh, being a part of something new—which I think all audiences want to experience, regardless of whether they are African descent or not.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Later in the Hollywood Reporter piece, Coogler detailed what he strives for viewers to gain from watching ‘Black Panther’. “I hope they take out of it a sense of enjoyment [but also] something that is not disposable,” he ......to read the rest log on to BallerAlert.com (clickable link on profile)

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Talks ‘Black Panther’ with Ryan Coogler: “If You're Black, You'll Leave With a Straighter Walk, a Gratitude For Your Afr...

Anaconda, Baller Alert, and Billboard: Baller Alert's Today in Hip-Hop: Wu-Tang Clan Released "C.R.E.A.M." 24 Years Ago @balleralert THE ANG 36 CHAMBERS 9 WU-TANG CLAN Baller Alert’s Today in Hip-Hop: Wu-Tang Clan Released “C.R.E.A.M.” 24 Years Ago-blogged by @thereal__bee ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ On January 31, 1994, Wu-Tang Clan released their smash single “C.R.E.A.M." (Cash Rules Everything Around Me) from their 1993 album, ‘Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)’. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ To this day, “C.R.E.A.M.” remains a hip-hop classic that made us fall in love with Wu-Tang and their raw, street demeanor. For those that weren’t hip to their impeccable storytelling skills, the single also showcased their lyrical capabilities. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ When it comes to pop culture, you can often still hear the term be used or referenced by the likes of Drake to Bryson Tiller’s verse in “Wild Thoughts”. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ To this day, “C.R.E.A.M.” remains one of the group’s highest charting singles, peaking at 60 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ On January 29, 2009, the single was certified Gold by the RIAA, almost 15 years after its release. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ In addition to its impact on hip-hop, the single has also received an array of accolades. Time listed the song on its list of All-TIME 100 Greatest Songs. Rolling Stone magazine also ranked the song 11 on their list of 50 Greatest Hip-Hop Songs of All Time.
Anaconda, Baller Alert, and Billboard: Baller Alert's Today in Hip-Hop:
 Wu-Tang Clan Released
 "C.R.E.A.M." 24 Years Ago
 @balleralert
 THE
 ANG
 36 CHAMBERS
 9
 WU-TANG
 CLAN
Baller Alert’s Today in Hip-Hop: Wu-Tang Clan Released “C.R.E.A.M.” 24 Years Ago-blogged by @thereal__bee ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ On January 31, 1994, Wu-Tang Clan released their smash single “C.R.E.A.M." (Cash Rules Everything Around Me) from their 1993 album, ‘Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)’. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ To this day, “C.R.E.A.M.” remains a hip-hop classic that made us fall in love with Wu-Tang and their raw, street demeanor. For those that weren’t hip to their impeccable storytelling skills, the single also showcased their lyrical capabilities. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ When it comes to pop culture, you can often still hear the term be used or referenced by the likes of Drake to Bryson Tiller’s verse in “Wild Thoughts”. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ To this day, “C.R.E.A.M.” remains one of the group’s highest charting singles, peaking at 60 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ On January 29, 2009, the single was certified Gold by the RIAA, almost 15 years after its release. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ In addition to its impact on hip-hop, the single has also received an array of accolades. Time listed the song on its list of All-TIME 100 Greatest Songs. Rolling Stone magazine also ranked the song 11 on their list of 50 Greatest Hip-Hop Songs of All Time.

Baller Alert’s Today in Hip-Hop: Wu-Tang Clan Released “C.R.E.A.M.” 24 Years Ago-blogged by @thereal__bee ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ On January 31, 1994, ...

Anaconda, Billboard, and Facts: nickiminaj I see ppl remixing my words so let me post "exactly" what I said for the intelligent ones in the back Now, if you can find the part where I said "l made female rappers mainstream", I'll give you $100,000.00. blogs & tv shows don't care to do actual research these days, they only care about what grabs your attention. at anyone's expense Imagine me saying I made female rappers mainstream when there were so many women who already had platinum albums under their belts. Lauryn sold 10 million off one album, Eve had platinum singles w/Alicia, Gwen Stefani, her own tv show & clothing line. It doesn't get more mainstream/ pop than Missy's biggest singles. Foxy&Kim had platinum albums & shaped the sound of NY female rappers, Latifah had her own sitcom, Trina was on billboard with hits, etc- I appreciate the love but I never said that.ガ20潍now what I DID say is right here for anyone w/their own brain to decipher words on their own. I know it's hard in the social media band wagon era, but try. It's fun. . When I came out, there had been a drought of a few years where NO female rap album had gone platinum, females weren't getting budgets, the industry did NOT believe in the female rapper anymore. They had stopped generating MONEY for labels. Ask any rap historian or just anyone with a brain. These are facts and nothing but the facts. So l "REINTRODUCED" the "successful" female rapper back to POP CULTURE. Showed big business we were major players in the game just like the boys were. V ソ@ love you guys for holding me down but what's true is true & whats not is just simply not. ︶ update your blogs & tv shows with what I actually said please G9(ヴ. I can't believe this lil interview made it to tv. Haha. See u guys on tour next year. I got a cpl BIG surprises. AHHHHHHHHHH!!!!! ERTCOM From the desk of NickiMinaj (swipe)
Anaconda, Billboard, and Facts: nickiminaj I see ppl remixing my words so let me post
 "exactly" what I said for the intelligent ones in the back
 Now, if you can find the part where I said "l made female
 rappers mainstream", I'll give you $100,000.00. blogs &
 tv shows don't care to do actual research these days, they
 only care about what grabs your attention. at anyone's
 expense
 Imagine me saying I made female rappers mainstream when
 there were so many women who already had platinum
 albums under their belts. Lauryn sold 10 million off one
 album, Eve had platinum singles w/Alicia, Gwen Stefani, her
 own tv show & clothing line. It doesn't get more mainstream/
 pop than Missy's biggest singles. Foxy&Kim had platinum
 albums & shaped the sound of NY female rappers, Latifah
 had her own sitcom, Trina was on billboard with hits, etc-
 I appreciate the love but I never said that.ガ20潍now
 what I DID say is right here for anyone w/their own brain to
 decipher words on their own. I know it's hard in the social
 media band wagon era, but try. It's fun. . When I came
 out, there had been a drought of a few years where NO
 female rap album had gone platinum, females weren't
 getting budgets, the industry did NOT believe in the female
 rapper anymore. They had stopped generating MONEY for
 labels. Ask any rap historian or just anyone with a brain.
 These are facts and nothing but the facts. So l
 "REINTRODUCED" the "successful" female rapper back to
 POP CULTURE. Showed big business we were major players
 in the game just like the boys were. V ソ@ love you guys
 for holding me down but what's true is true & whats not is
 just simply not. ︶ update your blogs & tv shows with what I
 actually said please G9(ヴ. I can't believe this lil interview
 made it to tv. Haha. See u guys on tour next year. I got a cpl
 BIG surprises. AHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!
 ERTCOM
From the desk of NickiMinaj (swipe)

From the desk of NickiMinaj (swipe)

80s, Batman, and Complex: OUT IS ATMAN @HISTORY OFTHEBATMAN BATMAN OULDNT EXIST As we continue our celebration of Adam West's Batman legacy, it is important to remember that despite the campy nature of West's Caped Crusader, without the 60s "Batman" television series catapulting the character into popular culture and mass media, the Batman we enjoy today wouldn't exist. In fact, Batman probably would have gone into obscurity entering the Bronze Age of the 1970s. Frank Miller's 80s Dark Avenger (bottom panel) to Christian Bale's live action Dark Knight from the early 2000s wouldn't be recognized as groundbreaking stories or personas us as fans see them as today without Adam West providing not just comic fans but fans, young and old all over the world, a true crimefighter of Gotham City who responds to a call from the Batphone or the Bat Signal. Over 12,000 people, including myself, went to the tribute in Downtown Los Angeles last week to see the Bat Signal shine on Los Angeles City Hall remembering the Bright Knight that placed DC Comics' Batman into the iconic place in pop culture he is today. While we discuss Batman in comics weekly here on History of the Batman, most people know Batman from everything else but comics. They watch tv shows like Gotham, play the Batman Arkham video games and watch the DCEU films. But most importantly, everyone has seen Adam West's Batman tv show, seen him drive the Batmobile and have watched the Bat Signal turned on to shine in the sky. As some comic book fans try desperately to find a "comic" connection between the Adam West Bat-Signal on City Hall, there are no Easter Eggs in paying respects to someone who passed away in real life. The City of Los Angeles 10 times over has tuned in to the same Bat-time and same Bat-channel more than turned a page in issue four of Miller's "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns". Mourning doesn't have to be complex. It can be as simple as a gathering of people seeing a special light shine one last time for the man who brought Batman back to life. To be honest with you Gothamites, please don't disrespect West and his global legacy by forcibly overshadowing it with a panel or two because you "stan" over a particular creator. Just celebrate West for what he is, an icon. ✌🏼💙🦇🙏🏼
80s, Batman, and Complex: OUT
 IS
 ATMAN
 @HISTORY OFTHEBATMAN
 BATMAN
 OULDNT EXIST
As we continue our celebration of Adam West's Batman legacy, it is important to remember that despite the campy nature of West's Caped Crusader, without the 60s "Batman" television series catapulting the character into popular culture and mass media, the Batman we enjoy today wouldn't exist. In fact, Batman probably would have gone into obscurity entering the Bronze Age of the 1970s. Frank Miller's 80s Dark Avenger (bottom panel) to Christian Bale's live action Dark Knight from the early 2000s wouldn't be recognized as groundbreaking stories or personas us as fans see them as today without Adam West providing not just comic fans but fans, young and old all over the world, a true crimefighter of Gotham City who responds to a call from the Batphone or the Bat Signal. Over 12,000 people, including myself, went to the tribute in Downtown Los Angeles last week to see the Bat Signal shine on Los Angeles City Hall remembering the Bright Knight that placed DC Comics' Batman into the iconic place in pop culture he is today. While we discuss Batman in comics weekly here on History of the Batman, most people know Batman from everything else but comics. They watch tv shows like Gotham, play the Batman Arkham video games and watch the DCEU films. But most importantly, everyone has seen Adam West's Batman tv show, seen him drive the Batmobile and have watched the Bat Signal turned on to shine in the sky. As some comic book fans try desperately to find a "comic" connection between the Adam West Bat-Signal on City Hall, there are no Easter Eggs in paying respects to someone who passed away in real life. The City of Los Angeles 10 times over has tuned in to the same Bat-time and same Bat-channel more than turned a page in issue four of Miller's "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns". Mourning doesn't have to be complex. It can be as simple as a gathering of people seeing a special light shine one last time for the man who brought Batman back to life. To be honest with you Gothamites, please don't disrespect West and his global legacy by forcibly overshadowing it with a panel or two because you "stan" over a particular creator. Just celebrate West for what he is, an icon. ✌🏼💙🦇🙏🏼

As we continue our celebration of Adam West's Batman legacy, it is important to remember that despite the campy nature of West's Caped Crusa...

Batman, Blockbuster, and Crying: alIISTORYO EBATMAN THERE WOULD BE NO DARK KNIGHT HISTORY HEBATMAN WITH R.D.R ADAM WEST Today has been a hard one for me Gothamites. To be honest, I've been crying throughout the day once hearing about the death of Adam West. The "Batman" tv series in the late 1960s was my first introduction to Batman, always watched the reruns and instantly was captivated by the POP art status of the show. Ever since I watched those episodes, I wanted to watch more and especially read more stories about this character. I wouldn't be your Dark Knight Archivist I am today without Adam West as the Caped Crusader. Adam West's important role as the Batman goes beyond my fandom. Before the tv show began, Batman comics were diving in sales. Once Batmania hit, a resurgence of fandom for both readers and those watching at home happened and it literally resurrected the desire for Batman to continue in DC Comics. The 1966 show led to the popularity of characters like Barbara Gordon's Batgirl and even to the reinvention of its Gothic mythology in the 1970s, issuing in a whole new world for the Dark Knight in the 1980s. Once the "dark" back in Dark Knight returned, adult graphic novels and blockbuster films happened, giving us movie franchises that we continue to see today. Whether or not you are a fan of the "campy" nature of Adam West and Burt Ward's Dynamic Duo of the 1960s, there is no denying that without West becoming the pop culture icon from this series, the Batman you love today either wouldn't be here or wouldn't be the powerhouse hero that Batman is within DC Comics and Warner Bros. This is why Adam West's Batman IS THE Batman. His Caped Crusader is the one that paved the way for all the other Batman media we love from film to tv to video games. You don't have to love the camp but you should respect it. This and the fact that Mr. West was one of the nicest people are just some of many other reasons why he will truly be missed in this world. Farewell, Old Chum, we'll always leave the Bat-signal on for you. Thanks for following and we'll have more History of the Batman soon. RIPBatman ✌🏼💙🦇🙏🏽
Batman, Blockbuster, and Crying: alIISTORYO
 EBATMAN
 THERE WOULD BE NO DARK KNIGHT
 HISTORY
 HEBATMAN
 WITH
 R.D.R ADAM WEST
Today has been a hard one for me Gothamites. To be honest, I've been crying throughout the day once hearing about the death of Adam West. The "Batman" tv series in the late 1960s was my first introduction to Batman, always watched the reruns and instantly was captivated by the POP art status of the show. Ever since I watched those episodes, I wanted to watch more and especially read more stories about this character. I wouldn't be your Dark Knight Archivist I am today without Adam West as the Caped Crusader. Adam West's important role as the Batman goes beyond my fandom. Before the tv show began, Batman comics were diving in sales. Once Batmania hit, a resurgence of fandom for both readers and those watching at home happened and it literally resurrected the desire for Batman to continue in DC Comics. The 1966 show led to the popularity of characters like Barbara Gordon's Batgirl and even to the reinvention of its Gothic mythology in the 1970s, issuing in a whole new world for the Dark Knight in the 1980s. Once the "dark" back in Dark Knight returned, adult graphic novels and blockbuster films happened, giving us movie franchises that we continue to see today. Whether or not you are a fan of the "campy" nature of Adam West and Burt Ward's Dynamic Duo of the 1960s, there is no denying that without West becoming the pop culture icon from this series, the Batman you love today either wouldn't be here or wouldn't be the powerhouse hero that Batman is within DC Comics and Warner Bros. This is why Adam West's Batman IS THE Batman. His Caped Crusader is the one that paved the way for all the other Batman media we love from film to tv to video games. You don't have to love the camp but you should respect it. This and the fact that Mr. West was one of the nicest people are just some of many other reasons why he will truly be missed in this world. Farewell, Old Chum, we'll always leave the Bat-signal on for you. Thanks for following and we'll have more History of the Batman soon. RIPBatman ✌🏼💙🦇🙏🏽

Today has been a hard one for me Gothamites. To be honest, I've been crying throughout the day once hearing about the death of Adam West. Th...

Apparently, Memes, and Party: Marlyn Monroe was killed by Marilyn Monroe was an iconic actresses her time. Even now, she has a huge impact on pop culture. When she died, it was very strange. The day she died was no special day; nothing abnormal really happened. She had therapy that day and after her therapy session, the psychiatrist told the housekeeper to keep an eye on Marilyn that night. At around 8 pm, she went to her room and got a phone call from JFK's brother in law and he tried to get Monroe to go to his party that night but when she picked up the phone, he was alarmed; He said that she sounded drugged and told him "Say goodbye to Pat, say goodbye to the president, and say goodbye to yourself because you're a nice guy." He tried to call her back but couldn't reach Monroe. He then called her house and the housekeeper answered saying that she was fine and was going to bed. After that call, she went to check on her and her door was locked. She then called the psychiatrist who found her dead. It seemed very staged. The door was locked and there was nothing in the room to drink pills with so there's no way she could overdose. Her autopsy also found no pills in her stomach but it also said she overdosed on barbiturates, traces were found in her liver. The only way that would happen is if it was inserted rectally. One theory says that the CIA killed her. Marilyn apparently had an affair with both Kennedy brothers. Robert had feelings for Monroe but she didn't like him back, she liked JFK. That led to a messy situation & she had to cut off all communication with them. That made her more depressed that she was before. She threatened to come forward about the affair & to stop that from happening, the CIA killed her. Also, Marilyn might have known something that she wasn't supposed to about national security and since all communication between them were cut, there was a huge chance she would come forward and leak that story. To make sure she didn't leak it, they had her killed off. Plus, a retired CIA agent on his deathbed admit to killing her. No one knows if he's telling the truth but it is pretty suspicious. What do you think? ⠀
Apparently, Memes, and Party: Marlyn Monroe was killed by
Marilyn Monroe was an iconic actresses her time. Even now, she has a huge impact on pop culture. When she died, it was very strange. The day she died was no special day; nothing abnormal really happened. She had therapy that day and after her therapy session, the psychiatrist told the housekeeper to keep an eye on Marilyn that night. At around 8 pm, she went to her room and got a phone call from JFK's brother in law and he tried to get Monroe to go to his party that night but when she picked up the phone, he was alarmed; He said that she sounded drugged and told him "Say goodbye to Pat, say goodbye to the president, and say goodbye to yourself because you're a nice guy." He tried to call her back but couldn't reach Monroe. He then called her house and the housekeeper answered saying that she was fine and was going to bed. After that call, she went to check on her and her door was locked. She then called the psychiatrist who found her dead. It seemed very staged. The door was locked and there was nothing in the room to drink pills with so there's no way she could overdose. Her autopsy also found no pills in her stomach but it also said she overdosed on barbiturates, traces were found in her liver. The only way that would happen is if it was inserted rectally. One theory says that the CIA killed her. Marilyn apparently had an affair with both Kennedy brothers. Robert had feelings for Monroe but she didn't like him back, she liked JFK. That led to a messy situation & she had to cut off all communication with them. That made her more depressed that she was before. She threatened to come forward about the affair & to stop that from happening, the CIA killed her. Also, Marilyn might have known something that she wasn't supposed to about national security and since all communication between them were cut, there was a huge chance she would come forward and leak that story. To make sure she didn't leak it, they had her killed off. Plus, a retired CIA agent on his deathbed admit to killing her. No one knows if he's telling the truth but it is pretty suspicious. What do you think? ⠀

Marilyn Monroe was an iconic actresses her time. Even now, she has a huge impact on pop culture. When she died, it was very strange. The day...