This week on the Stay Talking Ish podcast we discuss the hype around the new Black Panther movie. Barxdale definitely feels some type of way that the Black community didn’t support Birth of a Nation the same way. The ladies are happy they get to see other black female superheroes. Gus is still on his lightskin ish and spends way too much time trying to get TK to cook some oxtails. Feel free to comment and/or subscribe.
On this week’s episode of the Stay Talking Ish podcast we touch on a few different topics. We talk about the H&M ad that had social media going crazy and if we could sell out for a price. Of course the Lightskin Republican does. We touch on the Ginuwine controversy and the prevalence of hetero-phobia today. Also, we speak on people calling for Oprah to run for President in 2020 and a few other topics. Feel free to subscribe and/or comment. Intro/Outro by Mubz Got Beats.
This week on the Stay Talking Ish podcast we discuss Spike Lee’s TV series “She’s Gotta Have It.” We discuss the difference between the original movie and the new TV series. We talk about Nola’s love life and mental stability. The guys give the ladies a run down of the benefits of being a side dude. The ladies give Barxdale and Gus an inside look at the mind of a young woman. There are many other topics discussed in the episode so take a listen.
This week on they Stay Talking Ish podcast show, we take time to compare the lessons we learned in the hood vs the ones we learned from corporate America. We discuss the invaluable life experiences we received while living in the hood. We also talk about the need for black men to be able to navigate both worlds. Feel free to comment and/or subscribe.
This week on the Stay Talking Ish podcast we discuss the recent sexual harassment allegations running rampant through Hollywood. TK schools the fellas on the actions she considers “rapey,” while the guys try to sugar coat their previous adolescent behavior. Also, we discuss the recent public outrage over Meek Mill’s incarceration. Lastly we look at what black men need to do to navigate through a justice system that has proven to be unfair. Intro/Outro produces by DJKronicBeats and CashMoneyAP.