— Diddy (@Diddy) July 24, 2020
A follower said: ‘I think this is a wonderful idea! Because as a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Therapist, I definitely feel that us a race should be encouraged to seek out mental health services even when there is a slight mental discomfort bc u never know.’
Someone else posted this message: ‘Yes, this is very much needed…we need to let the black community know that’s its ok to confront that pain n pass trauma…n start the healing process!!!’
One other commenter: ‘use black as a race color don’t describe the real situation when you guys come from dark to light skin. So Afro-American is more straight to the point. Your race is beautiful because is like fine chocolate that can go dark to light without losing the finessed.’
Here’s how Revolt TV captioned the video on YouTube:
‘In this episode of “REVOLT BLACK NEWS,” Eboni K. Williams and special guest Charlamagne Tha God put the spotlight on mental health by dissecting celebrities’ emotional healing in the public eye, and G Herbo helps discuss the Black community’s overall mental state amidst this dire pandemic. Also, Selena Hill interviews Junior Galette about pay discrimination in the NFL, and the Washington Redskins name change and sexual harassment claims. A heartfelt tribute to the life and legacy of John Lewis is featured, as well. Other guests on the show include Danielle Young, Dr. Joy, Yolo Akili Robinson and Darian Hall. #CharlamagneThaGod #GHerbo #MentalHealth.’
People really appreciated the video and they made sure to highlight this on social media.
‘Thank you for this mental health is so important for all of us we can’t hold things and we have to reveal what’s going on talk to someone talk to someone,’ a person said.
In other news, Diddy just asked fans to watch this video that he just shared on his social media account. People started a debate in the comments after seeing it.