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Go Off, Sis
88 minutes | Nov 3, 2022
The Community Recipe ft. Tabitha Brown
Whether we’re adding the key ingredient to that secret family dish or being the key ingredient in our communities, Black women have the recipe! As we prepare to gather around the table this holiday season it’s time to talk about how we nurture ourselves and how our food nourishes our mind, body and soul. In this episode, we're also taking a look at some of the empty calories that do not contribute to our success. Because overall, we want the recipe to continue to serve us! To add more flavor and spices, we have special guest Tabitha Brown who will share her career, her fundamentals for success (and the kitchen), and how bringing joy to her community led her to her purpose. Thanks for tuning in this season - we'll be back soon! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
63 minutes | Oct 20, 2022
Too Many Pigeons In America ft. Chidi Ashley
With Summer ghosting us, Fall sending “you up?” texts and America doing America we ask ourselves: Is it time to slide? Black people across the globe are leaving urban areas and going rural and remote to find peace and balance: So should we? On this episode we’re packing bags and figuring out where do we want to live, is it safe for us there and what are our responsibilities to these countries and communities. We’ll also get a visit from our 8 figure sista, entrepreneur and travel expert Chidi Ashley. She’ll share tips for getting that visa, how to travel ethically and which country she’s not pulling up to anytime soon. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
87 minutes | Oct 6, 2022
Invest In Thyself Pt 2: Pleasure Principle ft. Shan Broodram
We are back with part two of Invest in Thyself. We hope you made those deposits to grow your personal, platonic and romantic portfolios. But today, let’s cue the 90’s soundtrack, "Let’s talk about Sex, Baby!" Black women, have been over-sexualized for decades, yet understanding pleasure and sexual exploration remains taboo. Today, we are pushing boundaries! We are having a healthy discussion around safety, kinks, partnership and communication. We couldn’t just have one guest for this, we brought in a Unbothered Alum, Kourtney Pope of Don’t Yuck My Yummm. Then, to heat things up even more, we have the “Dr. Ruth Meets Rihanna,” Shan Broodram, sexologist and host of the Lover’s & Friends Podcast. Shan is answering listener questions, redefining healthy sex, and empowering people to be their own sex and relationships experts. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
58 minutes | Sep 22, 2022
Invest In Thyself Pt 1: Relationships ft. Joy Ofodu
Is it time to cash in!? Today, we are going to the bank, in a two-part series called Invest in ThySelf! As the season changes and the days become shorter, it is inevitable that we will hear the phrase CUFFING SEASON. We are kicking off, part one of “Invest In Thyself,” discussing and rethinking how we invest in interpersonal and external connections. What are we doing before entering into romantic relationships? How do we invest in maintaining healthy relationships and are we shifting to prioritize friendships over romance as the cornerstone of our emotional support? Joining the Unbothered roundtable, we have actress and content creator, Joy Ofodu shaking the table as usual in a variety of voices and sharing her new web-series Hard Launch. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
71 minutes | Sep 8, 2022
Black Sweat: Women in Sports ft. Nneka Ogwumike
Whether, it’s Serena with the left, Simone with the flip or Sha’Carri with the swift, Black women continue to put in the work within sports and the culture. Flowers are far overdue and the list continues to grow as Black women put in both mental and physical sweat, equity and labor within the sports industry. On this episode, we're shedding light on our women in sports and the problematic concerns around pay, player treatment and personal style despite their dedication to the craft. Our special guest is the passionate, smart and talented Nigerian-American WNBA Player of the LA Sparks and President of the WNBPA, Nneka Ogwumike. She shares her long career journey, how a “little” advocacy goes a long way and the effects of what happens when you give women space to use their voices in the sports industry. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
77 minutes | Aug 25, 2022
The Season of Finesse ft. Kali
The Unbothered crew is shaking the table as we enter a new season. Some might call it The Season of Toxicity, some may call it The Summer of Scams, The Fall of the Finesse or A Season of Reparations. Whatever, you call it.....tis this season to live your best life, sis! No matter what side of the table you are on - scams are always around us, and as we talk about finesse as a concept, why does it always look different for Black women? Is it wrong to get flewed out by your Fairy God Sugar Daddy? Should a man pay for all of your friends at a group dinner? Unfortunately, this is not a tutorial or the recipe, but surely entertaining! Our special guest, viral sensation, XXL Freshman Class of 2022, artist & songwriter, Kali brings all the tricks, treats and toxic chocolate! Kali shares how she got her start in the music industry, why tunnel vision is so important to her and how she is focused on a season of fun. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
45 minutes | Aug 11, 2022
Softness & Strength
There’s no arguing the fact that the #softlife is trending. Are you having a soft girl summer? And, what are the ingredients for a soft life? Is it a bubble bath with herbal tea or a first-class trip to the Maldives? On this episode, we are defining the soft life. The Unbothered team will break down the stigma of Strong Black Women, and share how we can make more room for a life of tenderness, peace and freedom. But first, you know we have a few questions: how do Black women cultivate softness and vulnerability, and is anyone exempt from a soft life? What are the conditions of a soft life within your career versus your romantic relationships? It’s time to Go Off! Step into your soft life era and tune in! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
56 minutes | Jul 28, 2022
Am I The Drama?! Black Wellness: Pt 2 ft. Khae Not Bae
Are you REALLY good, Sis??? We are back for part two of this Black wellness check series and we're going a little deeper this time. Today, we are having a conversation around self sabotage, self evaluation, and personal development. Because, sometimes we are the drama! The Unbothered crew discusses everything from toxic traits, how they show up in therapy and whose daddy might be straight from a Tyler Perry film. To add a lil extra sriracha to this roundtable we have viral sensation, influencer, poet - Khae Not Bae, who's known for her hilarious TikTok and Youtube perspectives. You do not want to miss this show! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
75 minutes | Jul 14, 2022
You Good, Sis? Black Wellness: Pt 1 ft. Queen Afua
How are you?! No really, we think it’s time for a wellness check in. Being healthy is not easy and can be very confusing for Black women. The Unbothered crew kicks off a two-part wellness series, internal and external. We think it’s time to break down the industry, consider the ancient remedies, reevaluate our goals and share some unpopular opinions on health. We’ll dive into the tension between the two sides of wellness: Team Green Juice Detox Meditation vs. Team YOLO. We'll then woosah our way into the most tranquil and third eye opening conversation with the iconic holistic health expert, wellness coach and best selling author, Queen Afua. She'll share her insight in detox, breaking traumas, nutrition and healing. Grab some herbal tea and tune in! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
55 minutes | Jun 30, 2022
To Baby Hair or Not To Baby Hair, That is the Question ft. Shelby Swain
As we roll into the summer, we have a real question....What are we going to do with our hair?!? From afros, knotless braids, wigs, butterfly locs, 36" bundles scrubbing the ground, we have some options. However, Black women have had an interesting relationship with our hair. Today we are going to talk about everything from our personal relationship with hair, a pandemic length check, to the red flags when booking a stylist and more! Our special guest to pull up to this discussion is the one and only Shelby Swain, who is synonymous with art and hair couture. As a celebrity hairstylist, performing artist and the “Beyonce’' of Baby Hair, Shelby shares her own personal hair history, career and how “talking to your hair” just might give it some crop! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
66 minutes | Jun 16, 2022
Summer, Summer, Summer Time ft. Baby Tate
Sun’s out…..fIll in the rest! Whether you’re on a vacation, getting flown out, festival hopping or rooftop brunching - you deserve to enjoy YOUR summer, and what better way to enjoy the vibes than music. We are talking about summa tings from outside festivities, festival culture, soundtracks that do not need pop artist on the remix, the artist we love and the influence of music. And yes, we are still keeping the unpopular opinion energy this season. To keep the “mani pedi” frequencies flowing, we have special guest rapper, singer-songwriter, and producer, Baby Tate. We go on the journey of her career, new music, body acceptance, social media and grabbing the megaphone to Go Off. Also, she has given us the cheat code to our Atlanta trip for the Glow Up! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
76 minutes | Jun 2, 2022
Black Girls In Bloom ft. Angelica Ross
We are back with new episodes! It’s officially spring and Black girls are blooming! As we water our minds, plant those seeds, grow our bank accounts and sow for the future let's first take a moment to air a few things out. We’re defining and sharing our opinions, redefining the rules of what’s likable, what’s on trend, and who gets to decide all of it. What are those off the record thoughts that we really think should be on the mic? To add more sunshine and nutrients to this conversation we're joined by our special guest, actress and transgender rights advocate, Angelica Ross. She is dropping gems on timing, spiritual practice, the art of reaction and her career. You do not want to miss this energy! Tune in and Go Off Sis. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
4 minutes | May 26, 2022
Season 5 Pt. 2 Trailer - Black Girl Utopia
We are BACK..... again with season five (Part 2) of the award-winning, Go Off Sis. Question: are we outside or nah!? Either way, prepare for landing because we are unpacking it all. We’re back in your ears, on your screens, and even in person, LIVE. We're talking about all the things we care about today as Black women and we’re grabbing the megaphone and sharing our unpopular opinions that maybe shouldn’t be so unpopular. Get ready y'all because we’re opening up the conversation, and we KNOW y’all got some of your own opinions too. So make sure you tune in bi-weekly, Thursdays to hear us Go Off, Sis! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
80 minutes | Jan 27, 2022
Dear Momma with Coach Gessie
It's our winter finale episode, and we're closing out this season on a real note. In this conversation, we dive into some deep territory, talking about family planning, dealing with that other F word (fertility), and WHY doctors still don’t believe Black women when we say we’re in pain. We're all in different places in our own journeys and so we're asking – is motherhood for us? Has this everlasting Panda Express changed our views on parenting or shifted the way we thought about how our own parents did it? And if we do decide to build a family, who do we trust to do it with? With our special guest this week, fibroids & infertility survivor turned Nutritionist, Coach Gessie, we navigate the sometimes confusing, often overwhelming questions that come when talking about our reproductive health and she tells us why we should always listen to your B.A.E. – no, not that one! B.A.E: Bodies, Advocates and Experts. Tune in for an end-of-season word and don't forget to rate us 5 stars and subscribe so y'all know when to catch us when we're back! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
80 minutes | Jan 13, 2022
The Category Is Body ft.Tiffany Haddish
And just like that, it's 2022! As we set intentions, resolutions, and healthy eating habits let's talk BODY- ODY- ODY. From who gets to talk about Black women's bodies, body dysmorphia, and modification with the BBL boom, to why the scale is shadier than a Drake interlude. To add more heat to the conversation and take the vibrations even higher, we have the incredibly talented and funny Tiffany Haddish. Tiffany is READY, we repeat......READDDYYYYY. Tiffany shares the true definition of ownership of mind, body, and soul as she embarks on a new initiative to enrich OUR community and continues making an impact through her She Ready Foundation. Tiffany also shares with us how she gives herself grace, exciting new projects, why we all need to be farming, and where all the good men are hiding. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
85 minutes | Dec 30, 2021
Why Do Things Cost Money? ft. Lauren Simmons
Alright y’all, we made it! As we enter 2022 - striving to stay healthy, create vision boards, or just keep it together, we got a quick question: we know this year may have bent our spirits, but did we break the bank this year too?? That’s right, let's talk about MONEY. From student loans to reparations, we got a lot to go off about, so let’s level up those resolutions with a deep conversation around how we handle money, our relationship with it and building financial freedom for the future. Then, we asked a true money boss, Lauren Simmons, AKA the youngest female trader and only the second Black trader on the New York Stock Exchange, to join the roundtable and help us navigate conversations around money and share her tips to kick-start our financial goals. Hint: You’re gonna need a pen and a paper, 30 days, and maybe a lock on that debit card. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
48 minutes | Dec 16, 2021
Go Off, Sis Favorite "Tings" - Holiday Edition with Keke Palmer
It's officially the holiday season! As we gear up for food, fellowship and family this year, let’s check-in real quick. What will festivities look like this year? How are we feeling about this holiday season? Are we buying gifts or nah? On the roundtable this week, we have our Unbothered Creative Advisor, THEE award-winning actress, television personality and singer (there is nothing she can't do) - Keke Palmer. The Go Off, Sis crew shares some of their "favorite tings" (not "things," because Aunty O does not play). We listened to your questions and shared some holiday advice, but also tune in to guess the Palmer family mac and cheese recipe. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
72 minutes | Dec 2, 2021
The Real Tea on Reality TV ft. Porsha Williams
Let's face it, Black women own pop culture, and reality TV. And for Black women on reality TV, we ask "what is the physical and mental cost to be the boss?" As more Black women ascend to reality TV stardom, let’s have a conversation about the perception of us on screen, the stigmas attached, who deserves their flowers and who needs a bigger check. To add to the discussion, we have a very special guest that you do NOT want to miss! Yes, your favorite Georgia Peach - entrepreneur, personality and BFF (in your head) and now author, Porsha Williams. We discuss her journey on the Real Housewives of Atlanta and she shares an authentic lens of who she is today through her new book, The Pursuit of Porsha. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
44 minutes | Nov 18, 2021
Hit That Note BUT Secure The Bag
It's no secret that Black women are doing the damn thing in music, PERIOD. We are in a time where your daily playlist might include Megan Thee Stallion, Saweetie, H.E.R., Jazmine Sullivan, Chloe Bailey, Baby Tate, Normani and Flo Milli to name a few. As we close the gap within an industry that has been hard to navigate for us, we are taking ownership and diversifying the bag. The rise of Black women has also played a vital role in providing us with beautiful soundtracks of authentic stories that hold us together. But we also have a few questions: are they getting the proper credit, who deserves their flowers NOW and who signed off on Whitney Houston's hologram, because we know it wasn't her. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
43 minutes | Nov 11, 2021
Don’t Play With Black Twitter ft. Sasheer Zamata
Black Twitter...That’s the whole tweet. In this episode, we're diving into social media, accountability, and why cancel culture just isn't giving what it's supposed to give. How do we make sure Black creators are getting credit for their work AND hold others accountable for their words at the same time? Hear us out on this one because we're done with the notes app apologies and looking for real action within the community – even if it includes a lil healthy bullying. We add extra heat to the Unbothered roundtable with the witty and wonderful Sasheer Zamata from ABC's, Home Economics and Hulu's Woke. She gives us a lesson on accountability culture, the role of comedians today, and tells us why she doesn't follow anyone on social media. Not even Beyonce. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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