The series begins with more comedy events that we live with rapper and activist Keller Mike who is experiencing a strong experience through his revolutionary ideas about social change. Keller begins his career as Killer Mike targets a new population group before assigning a political variety to record a national anthem, which is really strange. On the other hand, Killer Mike helps people launch a product to compete with Coca-Cola.
He's a confident, ursine screen presence, a fierce opponent of corporate hegemony and a Bernie Sanders fan. But more importantly, Killer Mike is an open, original thinker who lets his experiments breathe and grow.
While Killer Mike is a refreshing straight shooter onstage and as a talking head on CNN and elsewhere, his new six-part Netflix series Trigger Warning feels like it wafted over half-baked from Viceland with the social experiment munchies.