Dapper Dan On Gucci's Diversity & Inclusion Plan And Why Black People Don't Support Black Brands

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  • Published on Jul 11, 2019
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  • shawn williams
    shawn williams 2 hours ago

    This is a great dialogue this guy dapper dan is a smart guy I respect him

  • Monroe Rodriguez Awo
    Monroe Rodriguez Awo 2 hours ago

    Wow not one lie

  • Victor Yakubu
    Victor Yakubu 16 hours ago

    Finally a True African American

  • Swazi Prince
    Swazi Prince 18 hours ago

    Religion is what fuckedup Africa and left it weak for anyone to take over. All African Religions forbid the invention of new technologies and people were killed for inventing anything new. They new anout the wheel from Arabs who came to traee but were allowed to build some for themself for examlpe. Religion fucked Africa before Europeans and is still doing it now with Christianity and Islam.

  • C B
    C B 2 days ago

    How many times did Charlamagne say "screets"?

  • SuperstarB
    SuperstarB 2 days ago

    Those glasses shaaaarp 🔥💯

  • Stephen Chuk-d
    Stephen Chuk-d 2 days ago

    He is saying the same thing Kanye was saying.. the fashion business is a very niche business and far way not the easiest to break into and thrive. Look at past black high brand fashion houses like phat farm, fubu, karl kanai etc.. also black culture doesn’t support anything that really comes from fellow black people, this idiot Charlemagne keeps thinking u can just pop up and create a luxury brand, it’s not that easy.. the funding alone is a whole lot, the fashion business isn’t like the music business in which u can cut off the middle man‼️

  • Fred Schwentafsky
    Fred Schwentafsky 2 days ago

    Mandella was xhosa.....hausas are in west afrika.

  • Chris Russell
    Chris Russell 3 days ago

    The purple gang was jews..

  • J. Spiivey
    J. Spiivey 3 days ago

    Yo the book was DOPE!. I stumbled upon his memoir in a local book store (Thank God I did) and was low-key hesitant about purchasing because I usually plan when Im gonna spend money. Best $30 I ever spontaneously spent. Good Read!!!

  • Daniel The Prophet
    Daniel The Prophet 3 days ago

    Wat dapp is talking about I'm from Memphis n saot of black people own property back in the Jim Crow days and b4 then and even now

  • Defintion Of A Hustler

    it was knowledge in this video... respect

  • devon omally
    devon omally 3 days ago

    we have the people to change the economy with there OWN brand just remarket it with the NBA PLAYERS. LET US THINK!!!!

  • devon omally
    devon omally 3 days ago

    to be inspired by the great brands you have to show your brands unknown on there platform, then you will take the exchange if you understand what mean.

  • king esseen
    king esseen 3 days ago

    Oddly enough, Envy made the strongest point. Exclusivity is the strongest draw for consumer purchase.

  • Say it LOUD! The Ultimate Black Culture Trivia Game

    SOLID GOLD! Plus I love the ending!

  • BornGiftedMusicGroup

    U might end up on the plate

  • Maybach Mack
    Maybach Mack 4 days ago +1

    I THOUGHT CTG WAS SMARTER DEN THIS...DAPPER DAN WAS DEFLY DROPPIN JEWELS 💎 I GT LOVE FRM THAT BROTHER HE IS TRULY SUMTHN SPECIAL 💯

  • KaNesha Mayo
    KaNesha Mayo 4 days ago

    Wow

  • Retireby40
    Retireby40 4 days ago +1

    Sia_Collective seems to have sided with Charlemagne and refuted the black luxury brand argument that Dapper Dan touched on in this interview

  • lowcsta
    lowcsta 4 days ago

    23:54 the transgression was drugs

  • mack boy
    mack boy 4 days ago

    This nigga talking illuminati shit

  • Stepping Razor
    Stepping Razor 5 days ago

    come on BC it's 2019 time to upgrade on microphone system ....them small type that fits on your shirt.....maaaaane

  • itaekumba Jah
    itaekumba Jah 5 days ago

    second powerful interview today - i'm on a roll - word up Dapper Dan - big respect

  • Akim Smyer
    Akim Smyer 5 days ago

    Once people learn & understand what they "don't know" about what goes on "behind the scenes" of different industries - the business side to grow & sustain them.... We'll be Great. Homework!

  • saint _leonetti
    saint _leonetti 5 days ago +1

    Never trust a mf who wears dark shades inside... He interviewed for Gucci for 20+ years and finally got the job. He should be a clothing giant on his own by now.

  • chris steverson
    chris steverson 6 days ago

    charlamagne and envy acting slow as hell

  • Eugeniaspeaks
    Eugeniaspeaks 6 days ago +1

    The 5%... What y’all know about that?

  • Santo Deportes
    Santo Deportes 6 days ago

    Dapper Dan was about to recite the 1 through 20's!!

  • Dominic LaShay
    Dominic LaShay 7 days ago +1

    How can you be in the streets and not of it?

  • Dominic LaShay
    Dominic LaShay 7 days ago

    The streets will implode on you if you don’t understand them Dapper Dan

  • Marsaires Powe
    Marsaires Powe 7 days ago

    What was the name of the herbology book?

  • oneNDonlee
    oneNDonlee 7 days ago

    Also, please applaud this man for no flashy shit.

  • oneNDonlee
    oneNDonlee 7 days ago

    So I understand that everyone has to learn but you have to pay attention what he is saying. You have to start from the inside. A black man during those times and unfortunately current times did not have the power that those distributions had. START FROM THE INSIDE AND LEARN.....THEN CREATE!!!

  • Boy St
    Boy St 8 days ago

    Dapper Dan is on another level; “this episode”reminds me of Django.. He gave priceless info on how to move, like my Mexican brothers are moving. I still love the show tho

  • Polo P
    Polo P 8 days ago

    Straight house Nigga mentality wait til the end of the video you will see it come out of him pause. Every real question they ask him he brain fu$k then nigga and not give a answer. The only reason the drug dealers bought those expensive clothes was because broke people could not buy them. Aka black people or unless your selling drugs 😂 fu$k out here. Say the truth it’s not about race it all about money.

  • C. Adagun
    C. Adagun 8 days ago +2

    Charlemagne is slow sometimes. Bless his heart...

  • Tonderai
    Tonderai 8 days ago

    Charlemagne is slow

  • TJ Lo
    TJ Lo 9 days ago

    Damn I’m 5 minutes in and blown away.. he said he was in school wit earl manigault!!! I watch rebound back in the day on hbo originals.. man dapper dan is the 🐐

  • malik One
    malik One 10 days ago

    You have to transform! Life experience

  • WUDAH MAN
    WUDAH MAN 10 days ago

    43:54-43:58 what was that ?!?!

  • michael s
    michael s 10 days ago

    Everyone of color needs to put down the smoke,drink,and childish nonsense,and listen to this...no exceptions,no excuses...If you do not know what's going on,you still might not even know something happened...

  • heartbreak25
    heartbreak25 10 days ago

    Dapper Dan is speaking a truth that 70% of black America isn't ready to process and understand.

  • Veli Dabula
    Veli Dabula 10 days ago

    It's Xhosa not Housa. You should say it with a click of the tongue, in order to sound Xh...

  • DropSixteenTV Tv
    DropSixteenTV Tv 10 days ago

    The funny thing is this program only happened because of racism, it isn't like Dan implemented this on his own accord. Angela just wants to keep wearing Gucci.

  • Uner Lew
    Uner Lew 10 days ago +1

    I think dapper dan is Charlemagnes Dapper Dad

  • AfricanForever
    AfricanForever 10 days ago

    Listened to the interview twice. Truly powerful. I now know what Kanye was talkin abt. Dapper Dan however put it in a more understandable way.

  • Cahlaj The PoetMC
    Cahlaj The PoetMC 11 days ago

    I agree with Dapper Dan. U got to think global. The whole world is connected because of the internet. Got to take advantage of the times we live in.

  • DropSixteenTV Tv
    DropSixteenTV Tv 11 days ago

    There's black owned 500 million plus companies from staffing to manufacturing, we don't give them the praise though.

  • Dreykini
    Dreykini 11 days ago

    Dapper Dan dropping knowledge💕

  • Joseph Bishara
    Joseph Bishara 11 days ago

    I heard that the next guest on The Breakfast Club is Charlamagne tha God and he'll be interviewing himself.

  • Savvynlady
    Savvynlady 11 days ago

    One of the best Damn Breakfast Club shows!! I've also read Dapper Dan's book. Highly recommended..

  • Terrance Brown
    Terrance Brown 12 days ago

    GOAT GOAT GOAT GOT GOAT......best interview the last 2 years

  • Muhammadisthe1
    Muhammadisthe1 12 days ago

    That's OG Malchdwk

  • Train Violently
    Train Violently 12 days ago

    Dapper Dan want that white money basically.

  • Victor Wachira
    Victor Wachira 13 days ago

    the guy is just such an intellectual figure, reading in between the lines, its like he's saying that he does not necessarily need black folks to afford the merchandise he just needs the high end guys to support it to the global market such that, all he then does is sell globally and get that money back to the black community of whom he employs

  • ToakerTV
    ToakerTV 13 days ago

    kanye west talked about this fashion stuff that cthaGod dont understand . tell me im lying.

  • The Last Juan Doe
    The Last Juan Doe 13 days ago

    Very informative

  • Willie Drysdale
    Willie Drysdale 13 days ago

    i get it tho frfr

  • Sherry Jackson
    Sherry Jackson 14 days ago

    “I’m going to read my way out of this.” Amen brother!

  • Sherry Jackson
    Sherry Jackson 14 days ago

    This man is the truth. And I agree when he say he has to reach the masses. Just because he is black does not mean his price line should only be geared toward the black money right here. Get the foot hold and go global. Right on my brother.

  • William Pippin
    William Pippin 15 days ago

    The reason why black people pick the European Brands over their own is because it's of its brand these luxury brands have been around since the early nineteen and late eighteen hundreds.. so they are respected more around the globe as well as associated with having money..... technically white people do it to Paul white people are not going to buy another poor white person's product they're going to go out to the other white European retail stores to purchase what we want the world wants it's it's not just us... we have to get Our Brands respected globally like he said so therefore it can be on the same level...

  • King Kymani
    King Kymani 15 days ago

    Charlamagne tries too hard to poke holes in someone’s standpoint. Listen to understand rather than reply. How can Envy and Charlemagne talk to someone within the industry as if they know more ? Arrogant with their ignorance lol

  • TrippleOGKushMaster
    TrippleOGKushMaster 15 days ago

    Now I understand Kanye West fully

  • Dequa Simon
    Dequa Simon 15 days ago

    Dopeness

  • Jim Loughnane
    Jim Loughnane 15 days ago

    Gucci and Louis were hot way before this guy come in what are you talking about

  • jwilliaful
    jwilliaful 16 days ago +1

    "You gotta get in to figure it out." In other words, you gotta have a seat @ the table

  • NaKeisha Rushing
    NaKeisha Rushing 16 days ago

    I feel like we as a people talk too much, I wish there was a way to communicate without saying and giving the enemy one up on how we feel or ways we are trying to interact, influence and infiltrate

  • MrCeora
    MrCeora 16 days ago

    It was Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King who said that "Sunday 11am was americas most segregated hour"

  • Afran OG
    Afran OG 17 days ago

    Am I the only person who remember birdman at 0:23 ??

  • MIKE NEYCHI
    MIKE NEYCHI 17 days ago

    70% of Nigerian women bleach their skin...quite troublesome

  • Kokoete Inwang Nnenim Isangedighi

    74 years old and looking 55, full of knowledge and wisdom. What kills a person (black)? Illiteracy, greed, lack of love for yourself and neighbor and finally lack of vision (the future)

  • BRIAN PELZER
    BRIAN PELZER 17 days ago

    GOOD POINT DAPPER DAN EVERYBODY IS PAYING HOMAGE TO DAPPER DAN BUT NOBODY IS PAYING HIM MONEY EXCEPT THE BRAND GUCCI FOR HIS DESIGNS AND FOR BEING A GROUD BREAKING DESIGNER.

  • BRIAN PELZER
    BRIAN PELZER 17 days ago

    CHARLAMAGNE THE GOD GREAT INTERVIEWING SKILLS AND YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF DAPPER DANS BACKGROUND MADE THE INTERVIEW VERY INTERESTING. CHARLAMAGNE I LIKE THE WAY YOU BOUGHT UP YOUR FAMILY BEING FROM MONKS CORNER SOUTH CAROLINS AND PEOPLE ARE TAUGHT TO OWN THEIR OWN HOMES EVEN WITH JIM CROW. BUT THE GREAT BARRIERS THE BLACK AMERICANS FACED IN AMERICA WAS MUCH DIFFRENT FROM WHAT CARRIBEAN BLACKS FACED COMING FROM A PREDOMINATLEY BLACK COUNTRY. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK AND CONTENT.

  • BRIAN PELZER
    BRIAN PELZER 17 days ago

    GREAT VIDEO BREAKFAST CLUB. GOOD COMMENTARY ON DAPPER DAN ON GUCCI DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION PLAN AND WHY BLACK PEOPLE DONT SUPPORT BLACK BRANDS. DAPPER DAN GREAT DESIGNER VERY INTELLIGENT BROTHER WHOSE FAMILY IS FROM BISHOPVILLE SOUTH CAROLINA GRANDFATHER BORN IN 1898 IN THE HEART OF JIM CROW AND MOVED TO HARLEM WITH HIS GRANDMOTHER EXPLAINED WHY BLACKS FROM THE SOUTH DID NOT BUY PROPERTY LIKE THE WEST INDIANS AND THE PUERTO RICANS FIRST GENERATION AND HOW HE TRANSFORMED FROM THE STREETS SELLING DRUGS TO DESIGNING CLOTHES BUT ALWAYS HAD A CONSCIOUS SPIRIT AND THE BEST INTERESTS OF THE BLACK COMMUNITY THATS WHY HE BOUGHT HIS BROWNSTONE IN HARLEM FOR 50,OOO DOLLARS AND NOW ITS WORTH 4 MILLION DOLLARS.