Atlanta actor, activist and recording artist, Killer Mike, connected with VladTV to discus various subjects including his new Netflix series Trigger Warning, growing up in “reverse gentrified” region, and more.
VladTV’s Jessica Todd summarized the interview, which will be released in multiple parts:
“Killer Mike spoke to VladTV about working for ten years to get his new show ‘Trigger Warning’ picked up before Netflix came along. He explained that FX was originally interested and allowed them to use the footage that they filmed for a demo roll to shop to other networks.
During the conversation, Killer Mike spoke about the first episode, where he lived within a black-owned economy for 60 hours, which he offered as a challenge to viewers. To hear more, including Killer Mike’s thoughts on why it should be easier to live in a black economy.”
The interview is presented by VladTV.com.
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