Wosny Lambre and Van Lathan look back on Kanye West’s assertion during an NBC telethon in the wake of Hurricane Katrina that President George W. Bush doesn’t care about Black people. Van shares his experience of being in Louisiana at the time and what Kanye’s music and words meant to the people there. Plus, they discuss how Kanye’s public perception has changed throughout his career.
Hosts: Wosny Lambre and Van Lathan
Associate Producer: Mike Wargon