So, are you fiending for another round of Malik Yoba talking about hooking up with Trannies? Well bunky you’re in luck ’cause dude was on “The Breakfast Club” this morning and needless to say … he had plenty to say (scroll down to watch)!
Yoba was joined by trans activists Carmen Carrera (2nd from left), David Johns (far left) and Nala Simone (2nd from right) for an hour interview that covered related issues.
Surprisingly, or maybe, sadly, no one asked him about being accused of sexual assault by Mariah Lopez Ebony. We can only assume it pre-arranged that he wouldn’t discuss it.
Here are a couple of items that were discussed (via NewsOne):
A. When asked about the mother of two of his children, Terry Vega, accusing him of going public before talking to his children, Yoba said, “That is not true. This is what I am saying about Black folk on social media. There was nothing to tell. Tell what?”
Charlamagne responded with, “I think the mother of children is the one who put that out there.”
“Who? Who is that?” Yoba replied.
“Was it the mother of children? I don’t know her name.” Charlamagne said.
“I don’t know her either. I have no idea why or what that was about.”
In case you missed it, Terry Vega, whose IG name is @terry1andonly, left comment on his IG page that read, “As the mother of our two beautiful children you already know how my support for you has always been unconditional.”
She then went on to confirm he is in a “trans relationship” before slamming him for not talking to their children about the revelation.
“I expressed that 2 months ago to you when I became aware of your current trans relationship,” she continued in her comment. “Why did you NOT have a conversation with our children and wait till last night to text our 1st born with this info. Yet you were preparing your Public months ago on IG! Our children support you and keep so much a secret of what really goes down with our family dynamic. I asked to meet you over a month ago and you have yet to make time. So here I am !! If you know better then do better! Family is first over ALL.”
B. Malik Yoba also says he feels free, “I feel like the freest n*gga in America. That was the one secret in my life — the one, that was it. No other shady nonsense, that was it.”
He also added, “When you walk among your own people and you know that they have a question about your integrity and everyone’s giving you the side-eye, the people that used to give you the love, that’s a very interesting feeling. One of things that I’ve learned in my own public persecution and vilification is thay no matter how bad it was for me, it ain’t as bad as it is for ya’ll [transgender people].
OK, here’s the actual video: