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DDTBro | Wakanda Forever, Black Panther, & Finding Your Personal Narrative

Don’t Do That Bro | Wakanda Forever

Welcome to Don’t DoThat Bro. On this episode of DDTBro the guys talk all about finding your personal narrative, how important that is, and the lessons they learned from Black Panther. Dan and JP are here to help all men win at the game of life, so tune in every Friday for your weekly life cadding from two of the most ridiculous dudes you will ever meet.

*Just a warning what you’re about to listen to is a #DDTBro conversation and is meant for and directed to the male of the species. Ladies proceed with caution. What lies ahead is both informative and hilarious but is “unfiltered manliness.”

  • Nyasha

    THIS WAS TIGHT! That Martin/Malcom comparison had me SHOOK. It helped explain the polarising feelings I had about T’challa and Killmonger’s characters. And also, thank you for bringing everything back to a personal level of celebrating a personal narrative, and letting a fictional world challenge me to be more that what i’ve been told to be. BOMB PODCAST! #WakandaForever

    • Jon Parker

      Glad you enjoyed it!!! I definitely wish killmonger could have stayed around a little longer tho #wakandaforever

  • MsP

    Sooo good! I loved Black Panther but left the theater asking my husband “why they killed Malcolm again?” I’m an English teacher so I get that Killmonger “has” to die in order to complete the hero’s quest in these types of films…but I think those final moments in BP try to delete the reality that black people, as a group, co-exist with conflicting ideologies about how to deal with the issues we struggle with. As problematic of a character he was, killing Killmonger only modeled how “certain types of black folks” need to be eliminated. And don’t get me started on how the half- African American character was portrayed as an “outsider” – that goes right into the idea that Western hemisphere black folks are “diluted” in terms of lineage and identity.

    That being said, I still loved that movie. Lol.