Nia Long Talks Black Generational Wealth, ‘The Banker,’ & Rumors Of Being “Difficult” On ‘The Breakfast Club’

Published: Monday 24th Feb 2020 by Sam

For three decades Nia Long has been at the forefront of Black Hollywood, shining as one of its most talented and enduring actresses.

And she’s still going strong.

The veteran stars as Eunice Garrett in upcoming movie ‘The Banker’ opposite Samuel L. Jackson and Anthony Mackie. 

Ahead of the film’s arrival on Apple TV+, she stopped by The Breakfast Club to dish on the film and a whole lot more.

During her engaging sit-down with Charlamagne, DJ Envy, and Angela Yee, Long opened up about motherhood, creating generational wealth in the black community, and today’s ordination of Insta-Celebrities.

She also addressed the lingering rumors of being “difficult.”

A great interview awaits after the jump…

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  1. The f*** would whitney say February 24, 2020

    Generational wealth is an aspect of financial planning that is geared toward passing down stable, significant financial resources to future generations….some of you selfish animals.. Greed is a sin. Anybody over “60 years old is the problem. There is no sweet little grandma,….. Grandma up the street from me is trying to set me up… Sweet grandma n grandpa is a myth

  2. Fancy BISH February 24, 2020

    Black don’t crack chile ???

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