September 21, 2021

22 thoughts on “Stevie Wonder is Moving to Africa? | Cocktails with Queens

  1. Aren't all these women black? Talking like a black can be a fully expressed and accepted citizen of any part of the western world. They should be excited of any black person moving to Africa. Even the whites in America still visit their ancestral European nation be it Ireland or Germany or whatever.

  2. Honest question about the show… I recently discovered it with random clips (loving it, thanks for the hard work). Is there a reason the ladies got shuffled to different squares?

  3. The African-American expatriates settled in Liberian in the eighteen hundreds.
    Then the Liberian government informed the expatriates in the 1970s that they were not African, and did not own the land.
    In fact the Liberians told the expatrician "the land was lease them for 99 years, and the offspring's of the African- Americans were forced to vacate.
    Thank God those off- springs were allow to return back to America.
    "Knowledge is power.

  4. I hope he can help fix the Ghana infrastructure, because electricity, plumbing, & internet services are not reliable there yet. Also there is a lot of government & political corruption in Ghana.

  5. The music great (Stevie Wonder) told Winfrey about his intention to move to Ghana. Asked why, he alluded to the state of race and politics in America: "I don't want to see my children's children's children have to say: 'Oh, please like me, please respect me, please know that I'm important, please value me.' What kind of s— is that?"

    Maybe his children can find the respect & value they seek with a fishing job on the Volta River?

  6. The world is a lot bigger than American. I implore the black community to get passports and start exploring their options. You don't have to move anywhere if you don't want to, but you should at least see what the world has to offer

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