RJ Walker Reveals ‘Atlanta’ Studio Scene Really Happened to Donald Glover

The MVP of last week’s episode of Atlanta was unquestionably the Prince of Tides and scammer extraordinaire Tracy, but the standout moment everyone’s been talking about is the insanely catchy, bizarre-but-believable YooHoo jingle. The commercial spot featured new character Clark County, the rapper Alfred and Earn encountered at Bizarro Spotify who’s presented as the anti-Paper Boi: affable and charming, with the personality and easily palatable music that makes him beloved by white executives and big corporations.

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30 thoughts on “RJ Walker Reveals ‘Atlanta’ Studio Scene Really Happened to Donald Glover

  1. The fake positivity, the properness, not smoking/drinking, the style of dress, the YooHoo shit, the industry plant rumors, the passive aggression lmao damn y’all got me fully convinced Clark = Chance

  2. So can someone explain the final ep of season 2? Because is it me or Earn is becoming Walter White of Atlanta? He desperately tried to do anything to get out of being sucked in by the “Crabs in a Bucket” of his life. It felt like everything was holding him back, funny enough he tried so hard to pin all that on an innocent man lol crazy.

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