Nashville, TN — In the most recent episode of the Candace Owens show, Terrence K Williams recently sat down with Candace for an interview. Terrence is an actor and comedian from Oklahoma who is known for his witty comments on Twitter in response to popular events.
Terrance shared more about how he got his start in a Facebook live video early in his career. He said:
So I was on my lunch break, and that’s when I made my first Facebook Live video, and I didn’t know anything about making videos. I just made a video because I kept seeing people on my timeline telling me “Terrence, it’s time we move back to Africa. We’ve got to get out of this country.” And I was like “Hold on. Back to Africa? I’ve never been to Africa! What do you mean go back? I haven’t even been to Alabama yet!”
Terrance went on to describe how he shared with others that they should stop blaming white man for everything and start doing something.
He went on to describe the support that he received as he embarked on his career. He shared how so many people talk about supporting Black people, but that they are only concerned with those they can control. He shared that he didn’t receive their support because he is conservative. He said:
“They are not proud of Black people they can’t control. If they can’t control you, they will never be proud of you. They have to control you. You have to follow after them. You have to stand in line and do what they say. When they say jump, you’re suppose to say “how high” and if you don’t say “how high” they don’t support you anymore. They just throw you away.”
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