CA Podcast #33 – The Real Chocolate City

By Cypher Avenue | Posted Jun 4 2015 | 10 Comments  


Brehs, we present to you a new episode of the CYPHER AVENUE PODCAST where you’ll hear us give updates, engage in heated topic debates, interviewing interesting homosexual men of color and us verbally adding on to the articles posted on the website. The episodes will be available in four ways: You can listen to them on the site, watch on YouTube, download a MP3 version or subscribe to us on iTunes for automatic updates!

In this podcast, Cypher Avenue founders Ocky Williams and Nick Delmacy discuss the new “Black Magic Mike” stripper film, Chocolate City. They also interview a real-life former black male stripper to a get his take on the film and stories from his glory days on the stage.










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  1. jeremycarterpowell
    jeremycarterpowell | June 4th, 2015

    oh I can’t wait to get into this!!!!

  2. Dante D. Kelly
    Dante D. Kelly | June 4th, 2015

    Another GREAT podcast. Straightforward and informative. Thank you both for all that you are doing. LUV ALL DAY!!!!!!

  3. BlackguyExecutive | June 4th, 2015

    I usually listen to these podcast wow working today I had to pull out my headphones.


    • BlackguyExecutive | June 4th, 2015

      while working not wow working.

  4. Discordant | June 4th, 2015

    This was pretty interesting. Prince definitely made stripping seem less seedy than it’s usually portrayed but the message I got from it was that you only get as caught up into that lifestyle as you allow yourself to be. Great podcast and great interview.

  5. thatGuy | June 4th, 2015

    I swear CA podcast are mental orgasms…lol Well I know what I will be doing tonight.

  6. African King | June 4th, 2015

    This was an amazing podcast!!! I enjoyed each and every minute of it. Prince D has had an eventful life! Damn! Gone all over the world.

    Low-key I wish I could have the courage to do some of these sexual things that are so out there but as you all know.. I’m still the CyAve virgin lol.

    But yeah this was dope and we need podcasts EVERY WEEK guys! Amazing amazing

    • Dre G | June 4th, 2015

      Well you have been hitting the weights pretty hard.Maybe now stripping can be your new path.

  7. Dre G | June 4th, 2015

    I’m not really surprised about what he said about the women wilding out more than the men.A good chunk of my social media contacts are women and they swoon and lusts over men openly all day on facebook and instagram.They’ve been like personal advertising agents for Chocolate City ever since it was announced whereas none of my gay buddies have made mention of it.Chicks have even told me how crazy other ladies go for strippers in person.

  8. Deacon
    Deacon CJ | June 6th, 2015

    I enjoyed the podcast, it’s just too bad the movie couldn’t live up to reality…Chocolate city was so bad watching paint dry is more entertaining. Between the bad over acting and the crazy cinematography I don’t know which was worst, I take that back; 1) Trying to make LA look like Atlanta 2) Tyson trying to dance 3) the lack of naked bodies 4) the script 5) The fact Ginuwine couldn’t dance to his own song (That royalty money from Magic Mike will come in handy for him), and I could go in on the fact the strippers never stripped and wore pants. The sexiest thing about this movie was seeing BOLO’s dick print in his leather pants and Darrin Dewitt Henson’s print in his leopard trunks. Why they thought we needed a black Magic Mike who know, the casting was wrong, the story line was horrible, it felt like torture watching it. If I was a black dancer as saw this movie I’d be insulted for my profession, Prince’s descriptions of his life as a dancer was a 100 times better than Chocolate City.

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