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Slink Johnson talks “Black Jesus” and Stacy Adams with Karlous Miller

Slink, also known for his role in the hit comedy sitcom “Black Jesus,” shares how Aaron McGruder helped get the show on TV and its plans for the future.

Slink Johnson and Karlous Miller  Joe Newman

On this stupendous and splendiferous episode of the “85 South Show,” Slink Johnson comes through in his Stacy Adams to give the young cats some game with Karlous Miller. Slink, also known for his role in the hit comedy sitcom “Black Jesus,” shares how Aaron McGruder helped get the show on TV and its plans for the future. If you’ve ever played Grand Theft Auto V, you may recognize Slink’s voice. He also shares how he landed the voice role of Lamar Davis in the game.

Karlous breaks down some recent current events including LeBron James being heckled by courtside fans. The guys share stories of the first time they experienced pain and heartbreak from a woman. Slink talks about how his experiences with women have shaped the man he is today. As a self-proclaimed elder statesman, Slink shares his tips and tricks on dressing for success. These tips include how and when to wear a pair of Stacy Adams dress shoes, letting go of skinny jeans and “man purses.” For those interested, he also offers up his mentorship program during this episode.

Slink even discusses his new short film, Why She Keep Scratchin’?. The movie is a comedy and it is slated for release this Valentine’s Day. It will feature Slink alongside comedians Teddy Ray and Daphnique Springs. Karlous discusses the positives of social media, and slink warns of the dangers and how to avoid the pitfalls.

As the show closes, Slink has one final message to viewers born anytime during the 1990s: Be humble. He advises them to also be courteous in the way that they speak to their elders. Slink’s reasoning is very simple: You never know who may know your mama, so be kind always.

Catch this episode of the 85 South Show right now on YouTube! And below.

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