For starters, there's the always tricky balance of keeping it real versus keeping it so real they end up behind bars for actually living the glorified gangster life featured in so many rap songs.
But you can watch Star’s interview with the gay stylist below.
Segments ranged from the uplifting (young people overcoming severe handicaps to lead normal lives) to the unexplainable (a park ranger who had been hit by lightning over 7 times) to the simply stupid (a stuntman jumping a motorcycle over the spinning rotors of 3 helicopters).
It also popularized the phrase, “Don’t try this at home.” Bosom Buddies (1980-1982) Skip and Harry are framed for a bank robbery and end up in a western prison.
Banks’ announcement comes a day after radio personality Star interviewed a gay “celebrity stylist” who spilled the beans about his 7-year relationship with a well-known rapper.
Banks, 35, was plagued by ghey rumors for nearly his entire rap career.