REST IN PEACE to Percy Sutton. Thanks to my man Dre Oba for putting me on to the untimely death of Percy Sutton. Normally I don't care too much about old school Blacks that pass away because they are/were usually elitist, uptight bougie wannabees and want nothing to do with the people they supposedly care about. Like the time I met David Dinkins and told him that he was a hero of mine and he said pretty much close to nothing in response. Percy Sutton was different to me. When I met him and told him that I would make him the Black Mel Karmazin (Google M.K.) he was nice about the gesture and dare I say it, accepting. Hopefully some will be able to use his blueprint as an activist, a patriot, a politician, a businessman and a media titan.

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