If you missed it: Kevin Samuels ‘Atlanta: Rich Weiga, Poor Weiga’

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Controversial YouTube influencer Kevin Samuels Appeared in last night’s episode “Atlanta” Title “Rich Wiga, Poor Wiga,”.

Directed the episode Donald GloverSamuels and comedian features George Wallace Grilling a biracial high school student that is passing for white.

Aaron’s father is black, but Aaron Marks As white

Samuels plays Robert S. Lee, a wealthy philanthropist who offers to change the name of the high school as well as provide college tuition for all black students.

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Hoping to get college tuition to join Arizona State with his white girlfriend, Aaron goes to a gym where Lee (Samuels) is auditioning students to prove their blackness before giving them tuition.

Samuels, Wallace and other elders tested Aaron’s knowledge of black culture to prove that he is black.

Aaron is asked to “name six things mixed with Hennessy” and explain “why five heartbeats break.”

Samuels and Wallace finally agree that Aaron is not black and he has taken the storm. Aaron plans to build a flamethrower and burns down his high school that night.

When he arrives at the school, he sees Felix, a Nigerian student who has been told he is not black enough. Felix also has a flamethrower and plans to burn down the high school.

Aaron told Felix that he was not actually black because he had a “pull from culture” and a “return to the country.”

After an argument, they chase each other around the school with their flamethrowers. Felix tries to shoot Aaron, but the police come and a policeman shoots Felix.

Samuels comes to school after his bathrobe. “My school,” he says, while surveying the damage to the flamethrower.

Samuels walks away as Felix is ​​loaded into an ambulance and says “You really wanted that scholarship, didn’t you, boy?”

He then gives Felix a tuition check and tells her that “the blackest thing a person can do is be shot by the police.”

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