134 minutes | Jul 21st 2020

Stephen Bishop, Marsau and LaTisha Scott, Mark Linen, The Black Man Project & TS Madison

Rushion welcomes star in the Netflix original film, “Fatal Affair,” Stephen Bishop; Property Developers and Reality TV Personalities, OWN’s "Love & Marriage Huntsville,” Marsau and LaTisha Scott; Owner of Brotha Bakes online bakery, Mark Linen; Co-Creators of The Black Man Project, Brian Ellison, Anthony Suber and Marlon Hall; and host of “The Queen’s Supreme Court” Podcast, TS Madison.


Stephen Bishop is on the show to discuss his career and his new Netflix movie, Fatal Affair, which Ellie (Nia Long) tries to mend her marriage with her husband Marcus (Stephen Bishop) after a brief encounter with an old friend, David (Omar Epps), only to find that David is more dangerous and unstable. He is on the show to discuss the Number #1 trending movie on Netflix and his acting career. Please welcome to Money Making Conversations Stephen Bishop.


Latisha & Marsau Scott are a power couple on the OWN hit T.V. series, "Love & Marriage: Huntsville." They are on the show to discuss how Melody is learning to balance work, her booming brand, and four kids while working to repair her fragile marriage with Martell. Marsau is focused on opening his cigar lounge but is still having trouble acclimating to LaTisha's full-time career and how reality TV can blur the lines of real life. Please welcome to Money Making Conversations, Latisha & Marsau Scott.


Mark Linen we will discuss how after being inspired by a video featuring Steve Harvey, he decided to follow his passion and start baking. His love for baking started as a child watching his mom bake. Please welcome to Money Making Conversations Mark Linen.


Brian Ellison, Anthony Suber, and Marlon Hall created The Black Men Project. We will find out why they are creating an installation space and a film for healthy listening and learning through visual, experiential, and ritualistic wholeness for black men. Please welcome to Money Making Conversations, the men behind The Black Men Project Brian Ellison, Anthony Suber, and Marlon Hall.


TS Madison is on my show to talk about her ability to interact with her followers, uses her celebrity status to advocate for both the trans community and LGBTQ rights and how during the pandemic crisis she has surprised families, friends and others with groceries and donations to help them get through these challenging times. Please welcome to Money Making Conversations TS Madison.







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