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The day has finally come! We’re happy to introduce to you our very first talk show web series, Ask A Black Man. Every Wednesday on our Ask A Black Man channel we will release a new episode. This week’s episode is called “The Life of A Single Man,” featuring Panama Jackson, Dozie, Mo, Bentley and Skoob.
Check out what these brothas had to say about their single lives, and click here to watch the FULL and UNCUT version of our conversation. You won’t wanna miss the extended episode, we promise!
MORE ASK A BLACK MAN:
- Series Sneak Peek [Trailer]
- Episode 1: The Life of A Single Man
- Episode 1: The Life of A Single Man [Extended Cut]
- Episode 2: The Dating Episode
- Episode 2: The Dating Episode [Extended Cut]
- Episode 3: The SEX Episode
- Episode 3: The SEX Episode [Extended Cut]
- Episode 4: The Marriage Episode
- Episode 4: The Marriage Episode [Extended Cut]
MEET THE “ASK A BLACK MAN” CAST
Today we’d like to introduce you to our next Ask A Black Man cast member, Skoob. Skoob is definitely a character, always inciting either a laugh or an eye roll from the MN team. Get to know Skoob below and look for him on “Episode 1: The Life of a Single Man!”
Relationship Status: Single
Twitter handle: @TheKidSkoob
In 3 words, how would your friends describe you? Hilarious, Ambitious, Loyal
What are the main characteristics/qualities that you look for in a woman? Sense of Humor, Ambition, Spontaneity
What are your favorite hobbies? Playing/Watching Sports, Writing, Goal Setting
What are your top 3 favorite books to read? Steve Stoute’s The Tanning of America, GOD’s Promises for Every Day, The Top 200 Secrets of Success by Robin S. Sharma
Who is your favorite artist? Jay-Z
Favorite movie of all time. Hmm…It’s between Friday, Anchorman or Wedding Crashers (Comedy), Man On Fire, Bad Boys 2 or Juice (Action/Drama)
When you think of black women, what’s the first thing that comes to your mind? Strength
What’s your favorite quote and why? “Ambition is the first step towards success.” It’s a quote I came up with one day, as I was carving my path. I feel like everyone that’s “made it,” had to envision their goal coming to fruition, then taking that vision and put maximum effort into attaining it.
Who do you look up to the most? My Father. He raised me on his own for the most part.