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Hey everyone, we’re back!!! After a short break we’re back to talk about everything that’s dope as well as not dope. This week we tackled the dopeness that is Deshauna Barber aka Miss USA. We also had to address some not so dope moment. The greatest of all time Muhammad Ali passed away on June 3rd so we definitely had to pay our respects. In crazy news we found out that Bobby Brown once had sex with a ghost! Yeah, we know crazy right! We also talked about what makes a relationship work and not work.
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RIP to Afeni Shakur. This week, we talk the President’s Correspondents’ Dinner (#NerdProm), Space Jams 2 (the movie no one wanted) and Will breaks down the mess that Cruz and Kasich caused for the GOP. A conversation about gender roles in relationships (should you cater to your man? are stay-at-home dads weak?) evolves to how fuckboys stay winning and why the friend zone sucks.
This week we have a special guest (Marcus). We will be tackling the issues of cheating and forgiveness in relationships. We are paying homage to Beyonce Giselle Knowles Carter and breaking down our theory of Lemonade. We’re giving Birdman the Respeck he thinks he deserves.
Also discussing: Prince drama, Tribe called quest scoring the new Luke Cage series and many more. Thanks for your support. Don’t forget to tell a friend to tell a friend.
This special edition of the show is dedicated to the man/myth/legend/icon that is Prince. His music and life meant so much to so many people that we had to share how we felt about his passing and what he meant to us.