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Lord Jamar Explains Why Threesomes & Sodomy Are Wrong. Talks Tom Hanks’ Son Chet Haze Using The N-Word & “Says Black People Are the Seed Planters of All Cultures”

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The topics of conversation in this exclusive go from compelling to sexually explicit with VladTV favorite Lord Jamar. The Brand Nubian member was asked about Chet Haze, homosexuality in pop culture and his own sexual experiences, and not being one to bite his tongue, Lord Jamar hit us with another history lesson followed by nonstop hilarity.

“Black people are the producers and the seed planters of all cultures on the planet Earth,” explains the rapper/actor. “So all cultures are accustomed to taking from the Black man’s vernacular, science and way of life and adapting it to themselves…that’s why a lot of s*** we do can be related to by everybody.” Lord Jamar was asked about aspiring rapper Chet Haze feeling it is okay to use the term “n****,” and though he feels Chet saying “n**** or not [is] not gonna make his s*** any better,” he doesn’t think Black people have to stop using it. “Let’s just say we all stop saying n**** today. Is that going to stop poverty or crime?” he asked before diving into where the word is derived from.

After speaking on cultural appropriation, the interview takes a turn when Lord Jamar offers his view on the television series “Empire.” He states that he doesn’t watch the hit show because of the “the blatant f****** gay s*** that they’re trying to promote on there,” which he feels is society’s way of getting Black people to support the LGBT community. “If they get us on board, and make it seem like we cosign it, everybody else is going to follow suit,” he believes.

The clip gets even more interesting towards the end, as Lord Jamar details one of his numerous romps with two women at the same time. Though “it ended well,” he says at one point it felt more like a competition than a fantasy come true. “It was a little weird, like, ‘are you trying to battle me for my broad right now?” he recalls.

Find out all the details in this extended clip.

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