Whats going on DC
Written By:  The Media Prince  |  

Who’s More Country, D.C. or Baltimore? + Pusha T With a Statement!

Welcome back, folks! Let’s get this thang started. In politics, the race for D.C. Mayor is full speed ahead as you will see Trayon White and Mayor Bowser’s posters all throughout the city. Take a look at the love now on BridgeTV. Trayon White will also be presenting a Father’s Day Kickback BBQ, so dads come out and enjoy. Mayor Bowser speaks on gun reform. Take a look now. Great news, D.C. passed a bill banning the punishment of workers for marijuana use. Now that’s alright!

In sports, D.C.’s own, Lethal Shooter, the NBA shooting coach, just became the first trainer ever to have his own Jordan shoe. Take a look on BridgeTV. Another dope win for the city! Also in sports, Recording Artist, Lightshow, got to throw the first pitch at the Nationals game. It’s a huge deal here and we at The Bridge are so proud.

In entertainment, DMV’s own Martin Lawrence reunites with the entire cast of the epic show “Martin”. Check out the trailer now, it’s so dope. Also, D.C.’s own Dave Chappelle is set to team up with Chris Rock for a joint comedy show. Are you here for it?

Pusha T shares a message for D.C., Maryland, and Virginia-based artists and it has created quite the discussion. In other news, apparently, D.C. did not like the Nike boots comments by Jim Jones and actually pulled up on him to set the record straight. Take a look on BridgeTV. Fat Trel shares a message on his arrival home. Are you excited about his return?

Trick Daddy and Baltimore’s own Jess Hilarious talk about who sounds more country, D.C. or Baltimore? We here at The Bridge would like to hear your thoughts!

Let’s end things off with what’s happening around town. Let’s start it off with DMV’s own Autumn Joi who just got her own talk show take a look and check out the show’s theme song. This weekend, Topshelf Peacock presents, “The Cookout”. Check it out if you’re looking for something to do. For more turn-up options, check out this list courtesy of DC Frolics.

It’s sad to say, but Wawa in Columbia Heights has officially closed. Was it the area or were sales low?

A new DC program “Vacant to Visual”, allows vacant buildings to become canvases for artwork around the city. Let us say the art is magnificent!

Well, there you have it, ladies and gentlemen. This sums up What’s Going On D.C.? Follow me @TheMediaPrince on everything and follow the hashtag #WGODC.