On this episode of #AfroSapiophile we are compelled to talk about murderer Steve Stephens and male fragility. What if you knew the man yourself. Could any man commit such acts? Join us as we speak on why men continue to fail women, and thus, fail society. Join us as we speak on possible solutions.

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Special Guests:
Jasmin Phoenix
Fiyah Angelou

Written by Johnny Silvercloud

The Soul Brother #1 of a Kind. Consequentialist street photographer abolitionist writer/speaker who stands for any oppressed peoples. I do it because every man and woman deserves freedom of thought -- especially black folks.


  1. Yeah, you know that scene in the movie, where the villain kills, or threatens to kill someone in front of the hero, and then turns to the hero and says its their fault or going to be their fault. That whole situation with this killer, blaming the old man’s death on his ex-girlfriend, reminds me of that level of wtf*ery. If you wouldn’t agree with a gddmn supervillain in a movie that the hero caused a death committed by the villain, then why the f**k would you do that in the real world? Why is it wrong for a fictional villain to blame an innocent for the deaths of other innocents, but okay for real people to blame innocents for the deaths of other innocents? The people who think like that have never had a critical thought in their life.

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  2. The issue is Stephens blamed his mother and exgirlfriend for his actions on comitting murder and gambling everything he had. No matter what influence those two women had on his life, it was still his responsibility for the choices he made. For a 37 yr old, Stephens had an immature mindset to believe that his actions were justifiable by blaming it on someone else. I too have blamed some of my misfortunes on other people, but I came to the realization that I’m responsible for my actions no matter how someone else had an influence.

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