This week’s episode explores why we ride for the people we do so hard sometimes. We quickly discussed the assessment that Kendrick Lamar’s career is being assisted by the weak field of rappers in hip hop today. Then we moved on to speak on R. Kelly and what seems to be undying support for this guy regardless of what he was accused (he did that sh*t and we all know it) of and compared it to the double standard the public has for Bill Cosby and what he’s accused of doing. We also threw a little O.J. Simpson in for good measure, but really what we were trying to get to the bottom of is: What determines us either condemning or supporting an artist or celebrity after they’ve been accused of committing a crime? Also, we tried to answer the question: Should we separate an artist from his art or are the two inseparable?