Black Privilege Opportunity Comes to Those Who Create it

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Black Privilege Opportunity Comes to Those Who Create it

Black Privilege is Charlamagne Tha God’s controversial and always honest take on how the best way to achieve success is to be yourself.

Beginning in a little South Carolina village called Moncks Corner, this search for the truth takes the protagonist all the way to New York City, where he speaks with and learns from superstars such as Kanye West, Kevin Hart, Malcolm Gladwell, Lena Dunham, Jay Z, and Hillary Clinton.

Black Privilege Opportunity Comes to Those Who Create it

Black Privilege Opportunity Comes to Those Who Create it

In Black Privilege, Charlamagne lays out all the great advice he’s received from many mentors, and tells the uncut story of how he turned around his troubled early life by owning his (many) mistakes and refusing to give up on his dreams, even after his controversial opinions got him fired from several on-air jobs. Among the lessons I’ve learned in life are:

It’s not the size of the pond, but the hustle in the fish; when you live your truth, no one can use it against you; we all have privilege; we just need to access it; there are no losers, only lessons; give people the credit they deserve for being stupid—beginning with themselves;

Black Privilege is Charlamagne’s attempt to inspire you to live your own truth through a combination of his personal story, daring advise, and trademark commitment to honesty no matter the cost.

How the Best Way to Achieve Success

Black Privilege is Charlamagne Tha God’s controversial and always honest look at how the best way to achieve success is to be yourself. Beginning in Moncks Corner, South Carolina, our search for the truth takes us to New York, where we speak with and learn from celebrities like Kanye West, Kevin Hart, Malcolm Gladwell, Lena Dunham, Jay Z, and Hillary Clinton.

In Black Privilege, Charlamagne lays out all the great advice he’s received from his many teachers, and tells the uncut story of how he turned around his troubled childhood by owning his (many) mistakes and refusing to give up on his dreams, even after his controversial opinions got him fired from several on-air jobs. Among the lessons I’ve learned in life are:

A few of my favourite aphorisms are: -There are no failures, only lessons -Give people the credit they deserve for being stupid—beginning with yourself -It’s not the size of the pond, but the hustle in the fish -When you live your truth, no one can use it against you -We all have privilege; we just need to access it.

Conclusion

Charlamagne’s goal in writing Black Privilege is to encourage you to follow your own truth by blending his personal narrative with frank advise and his trademark dedication to telling it like it is no matter the consequences.