We recap some of the worst moments of the year, learn about Black Wall Street and discuss cannibalism because we are living in the darkest timeline. Happy Holidays!
This is what happens when you put Billie in front of a hot mic and ask him to discuss capitalism.
We are back in time for your uncomfortable family Thanksgiving! We start the episode discussing the midterm elections, we learn about Native American Boarding Schools and finish with some Slay or Nay.
Bill and Kat rant about their beef with People’s Gas in a special edition of Y’all Trying It.
In today’s episode, Willie Lynch’s letter is debunked, Kat and Bill talk about the concept of moving to Africa and the general litness of Black culture.
Kat and Bill begin with the Summer Edition of Slay or Nay. They then go into the infamous but possible fictional Willie Lynch speech of 1712. They end the show with a new segment called Nappy Hair, Don’t Care where they just straight up talk about Black hair… deal with it.
Bill and Kat begins the episode with Y’all Trying It where they discuss two companies that are run by jerks. Bill is puzzled with Kat’s love of nature. Even though our lives feel like a daily dumpster fires, we can still find a thing or two to appreciate.
In honor of spring, Kat and Bill discuss the progress of this year’s goals in Slay or Nay. They then talk about rethinking the 9 to 5 and pros and cons of the gig economy. Can we change what work looks like within our generation? They finish by celebrating Black Women’s History month by featuring Dr. Shirley Ann Jackson.
Kat is joined by Bill Bullock to try and figure out why most people are uncomfortable with honesty and genuine conversations. They also discuss the new White House tell all, Fire and Fury, and try to figure out if Trump is moronic or maniacal.
Kat and Mesha brings back the segment “Best Things” where they share some of the awesome things that they are grateful to have. They recount their experiences traveling to other countries and how it helped shape their perception of America. Lastly, they remind you that cultures are not costumes and to be better this Halloween.