This week we're joined by the wonderfully thoughtful Mamoudou N'Diaye to talk about the internet's reaction to celebrity deaths, spoilers and shitty idiot racists commenting on youtube videos. Also vegan mommy bloggers at one point. It's a whole thing.
Mamoudou N'Diaye (aka America's Black Friend) is a Brooklyn-based comedian, actor, DJ, and writer who knows all the lyrics to power ballads such as My Heart Will Go On and Kiss From A Rose. When he isn't slinging hot jokes about his life as a African beta male in the United States, he's a science teacher in Bed-Stuy with a degree in Behavioural Neuroscience with a minor in knowing the lyrics to awesome songs. He writes for the show Ryan Live and is premiering three new projects this year; talk show "America's Black Friend," the podcasts "This African-American Life" and "Banter," and finally, a webseries by the name of "Yung Taco." You can find him on Twitter @MamoudouNDiaye, or just yell his name into the void and eventually he'll show up.