Charlamagne Tha God thinks Black people should improve in this major area

Radio personality Charlamagne tha God has a lot on his mind these days when it comes to the salvation and edification of the black community. When asked if there was one major aspect where he would like to see improvement within the community, he mentioned the following during an exclusive rolling out interview.

“The one thing I think we can do better at right now is being more aware for real,” he explained. “I think that we have so much information, and so many things coming at us via social media, but we don’t really know what’s real and what’s not real. And I don’t think we really care. We will see a headline right now, and just run with it…”

Click the video above to watch his answer in its entirety:

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