Spann is back on the mic again for some more of that Real Talk that you’ve come to love. And on this episode we get right In The News, where the man that was with the McMichaels as they killed Ahmaud Arbery, and filmed the crime, has now also been arrested for his murder. Michigan voters will soon be receiving application to vote by mail for the upcoming elections in August and November, and Donald Trump isn’t happy about it. And did Kwame Kilpatrick just get granted an early release from prison? Was it really because of the Coronavirus, and he’s the beneficiary of a pandemic, or was this a political play from the Trump administration to put Michigan in play? We’ll be examining those angles.
Then it’s Blue Blazes time, where child star Bow Wow has announced that he’s retiring from music. A Caroline County Virginia family finds nearly $1 Million in the middle of the road, and returns the money. And the Big Gretch song turned into something great, as the money raised to get the Michigan Governor a pair of expensive Cartier glasses actually went to something a bit more meaningful.
And in Proud To Be An American, a woman who’s been taking Hydroxychloroquine to treat her Lupus for the last 20 years has been diagnosed with a Coronavirus infection. This comes after Donald Trump told the world he’s taking the drug as a prophylactic to prevent this very thing. Businesses across the country are finding it hard to compete with unemployment compensation, as many workers are not eager to get back to work to make less money. And a Costco employee and a Murican meet at a warehouse store, it get’s documented via social media, and the Costco employee becomes a hero. We’ll break down why that is.
And before we announce our Champ of The Week, The AssHat of The Week makes a brief return as we begin to close out the show. So let’s get to it fam, with the Real Talk, ALL THE TIME, right here on The Spann Report!