Emmy Winner Lena Waithe Chats With Snoop Dogg On GGN

Take a look at this latest episode of GGN where Emmy winner and Showtime star Lena Waithe of the drama The Chi, takes a seat with one of our preferred stoners to discuss her recent successes. She also discusses her struggles transitioning from Chicago to Hollywood, in addition to being a voice and role model for queer females of color. With a currently incredibly outstanding resume and a passion for her craft, she is definitely making a splash in the many times white male dominated world of entertainment that is today’s Hollywood.

On the most recent episode of GGN, the Doggfather takes a seat with the actress, author, director, producer and imaginative force behind Showtime’s The Chi.

In America’s constantly changing cultural landscape, Lena Waithe has actually currently developed herself as the cream of the crop. From her start as an author on the detective drama Bones, to her more individual performing in Netflix’s Master of None, to behind-the-scenes production work on Dear White People and a recent Emmy win, Waithe is really a force in Hollywood. In her newest work, Waithe has actually taken the reins, creating and showrunning Showtime’s newest drama, The Chi.

On a lighter note, the affable Waithe shares with host Snoop Dogg her love and gratitude of super star comedian Martin Lawrence’s 90′s traditional comedy “Martin.” Despite her newly found success or maybe due to the fact that of it, she will not be resting on her laurels anytime quickly and as Lawrence himself would likely say in admiration: “Damn Lena!”

On the current episode of GGN, Waithe joins Uncle Snoop in the studio to break down her path from Chicago’s South Side to Tinseltown, exactly what it indicates to be a voice for young queer black females in the show business, and obviously, the long lasting comical genius of Martin.

Showrunner Lena Waithe Talks Emmy Wins and Black Power in Hollywood with Snoop Dogg– Culture|MERRY JANE

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