He’s a famously provocative — and infamously difficult — comedy trailblazer. But lately, something even more upsetting than usual has been going on at his stand-up gigs.
For years, the rap superstar and his mentor and label boss formed one of rap’s most loyal, inseparable teams. Then it all went terribly wrong.
The Ghost Brothers of Darkland County, twelve years in the making, opened in Atlanta this week.