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Black History Month: Zack Fox's Five Favorite Black People

Black History Month: Zack Fox's Five Favorite Black People

Black History Month: Zack Fox's Five Favorite Black People

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You already know what it is. After offering Okayplayer his 10 favorite quotes from black people, as well as his 10 favorite moments in Atlanta music history, the internet’s very own Zack Fox has returned with his five favorite black people for Black History Month. The Kuso star, as well as the host of his own Red Bull radio show Bruh with Awful Records, highlights a diverse team of black people for this one, as well as explains why they’re his favorite.

READ: Zack Fox’s 10 Favorite Quotes From Black People

Here’s Zack Fox’s five favorite black people.

Black History Month: Zack Fox's Five Favorite Black People

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  • Ray J

“Say what you want about Brandy’s brother but he’s more influential than some of your favorite rappers, just signed a 31 million dollar tech deal, and made an entire family famous with his dick.”

Black History Month: Zack Fox's Five Favorite Black People

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  • Jasmine Masters

“Some know Jasmine as a contestant on season seven of Ru Paul’s Drag Race, but I found about her purely from the internet. Her humor and flawless yet cutting grace have lifted many of my days from the event horizon of depression.”

Black History Month: Zack Fox's Five Favorite Black People

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  • Patrice O’Neal

“My favorite comedian ever and a creative force that will live on forever. His honesty, brutal judgements, and ability to hold a mirror to society were untouchable. You know how old heads say ‘what would the rap game be like if Pac and Biggie were alive today?’ I ask that question about Patrice and comedy, I don’t think a lot a dudes would be around.”

Black History Month: Zack Fox's Five Favorite Black People

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  • Will Smith

“I gotta include the big blood. We all owe a piece of our childhood to Will, and his explosive entrance onto social media this year might just bring about the social change this country so desperately needs.”

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  • Lil B

“I ain’t gotta say why.”

For the last day of Black History Month Zack Fox will be giving us his 20 favorite black memes.



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