#SuitUP Podcast – Why Milwaukee Bucks John Henson should sue jewelry store that racially profiled him

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#‎SuitUP‬ Podcast airs on the newly launched #‎BestDressedPodcast‬ Network and has made an immediate splash!

This podcast #BestDressedManinRadio gives his Opening Statements on why Milwaukee Bucks player John Henson should sue the jewelry store he alleges racially discriminated against him. The store owner has already apologized. Listen and hear why Exavier thinks an apology isn’t enough.


Exavier B. Pope I, Esq. is an award winning attorney, on air legal analyst, media personality, and Fortune 500 speaker. Mr. Pope has over 200+ appearances on air, including: international television on BBC and Al Jazeera English; national television on Fox News Channel, HLN, NBC Nightly News, Al Jazeera America, WGN Morning News, Fox Business Channel, and Huff Post Live; Top 3 Local Media Markets on Fox, CBS, and NBC; international radio on BBC Radio; national radio on ESPN Radio, Clear Channel Radio, NBC Sports Radio; contributed digitally to CNBC, Huffington Post, Jet, and Black Enterprise; and has appeared in other media outlets nationally and internationally. Mr. Pope is represented by top media and literary agency RLR Associates. All opinions expressed are those solely of Mr. Pope.

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