By pbj podcast
PBJ podcastApr 16, 2022
"Mattresses and Shoe boxes"
From the lost recordings archive, Join us for a fun conversation we had a couple of weeks ago about Steve Harvey and his financial problems he had with the IRS. We asked the question. "Who can you trust with your money"? Fluff said only Mattresses and shoe boxes. We continue our Blacklight, we are shinning the light on Sarah Rector, who during her time was known as the richest colored girl in the world. We also got into a random convo about pranks in a relationship. Tune in and come laugh with us.
"We wasn't Ready"
Join us as we talk all about the Will Smith smack. This is a spur of the moment late Tuesday night convo. Tune In..
On this episode we get right into the Ryan Coogler detainment video. We discuss if "Tomeka" (black Karen) really was truthful about Not knowing who he was? We share updated thoughts on the Ukraine war. We also shine the light on the Hon. Katanji Brown Jackson and her nomination as potentially the first Black Woman to hold a Supreme Court seat. We touch on US Rep. Robert Regan's comments on rape and his daughters. You heard that right. We also get into our random topics. Tune in.
"I'm Moving Downstairs"
In this episode we dive into The Games comments on Kanye doing more for him than Dr. Dre. That led into the Kanye Docu-Series and his current dealings. . Fluff calls out P in a hilarious convo about Kanye's house buying . We continue our Blacklight by shinning the light on Former Detroit School Teacher Maria Lawton Adams, who is helping restore Idlewild. Idlewild was once a popular spot for blacks to vacation, and to see top musical acts during the 1920's. We got into a great random question from J that got deep. Join us and tune in.
"Be The First Responder"
This week we have a couple of topics. We briefly discuss the tragedy that has started in Ukraine. We have lively conversation about jumping in on other people's fights. We talk about Michael Jordan being Sauced at the all star game. We have our Black Light, and we talk about Lingerie, but not in the typical sense. Join us
This week we go in depth into the Whoopi Goldberg remarks on the Holocaust, we have friends of the show Lauren & Omega who are both Jewish Educators to add their perspectives on the comments. We get real about some issues, and Omega drops some serious knowledge on us on understanding Judaism. Come take a listen.
"Rabbit Hole Pt 2"
We continue the conversation from last week, with thoughts on the movie King Richard. We give our two cents on the Lord Jamar/Eminem debate. We also talk about Jay -z' comments about no one challenging him in a verzuz. We had to talk about the Virginia mother who threatened to bring loaded guns up to school over the covid mask mandate. And we also shout out a local business @thelateplate on IG for coming in the clutch when we had covid. Take a moment to vibe with us with this new episode.
"Rabbit Hole Pt 1"
We're back with a new episode. We get caught up with the panel to find out how we're navigating the game of life. We get into Tom Brady's career along with a couple of hot NFL current events. We got into some randomness, and had to ask a real hip hop question. You know our style, we're all over the place with it, but it was fun getting back to bringing content. Join us and take a listen.
Your hair d!ck doesn't work.
Welcome back. After a little hiatus, the team is back with a fresh episode. This week the team gives an update on "Gorilla Glue girl/woman". She has a new hair product coming out. Are you going to buy it? The team discusses if that's a good idea or not. We also welcome back to the show Liz, who joins in on our conversation about Kevin Samuels, the man who is keeping it all the way 100 on his advice for women. Is he right in his thinking? We share our opinions about it. Finally can't forget about the blacklight. This week our blacklight is shinning on Paul Robeson, world famous stage and film actor, singer, and political activist. Come take a listen.
"He's doing her dirty"
This week we have a interesting conversation about Fluff's and P's kids losing their blackness. We dive in to the Mister Cee interview on Maino's podcast. We couldn't get away with not discussing the crazy story of Derrick Jaxn and his wife's awkward video. Fluff also shares her initial Blacklight Shirley Chisholm, a pioneer for black woman and black people in the political field. And as always we end with some randomness. So sit back kick your feet up and join us.
"The only Christopher we acknowledge"
This week we all take a personality test from 16 personalities.com and discuss what it says about us. We also shine the BlackLight on the incomparable Christopher Wallace A.K.A The Notorious B.I.G your Boy P's favorite rapper. We get into the the new Coming to America movie. Did we like it? Come take a listen and find out.
" Ray Charles is my Grandfather"
In this weeks episode Fluff asks the question, is Lori Harvey bringing Michael B Jordan down? We also shine one of the brightest BlackLights on Mr. Quincy Jones who has done so much in the music, tv, and film industries. J tells us how his music name "Jay Charles" came about in hands down one of most hysterical stories you'll hear.
"Get the Switch"
This week we discussed the wildly popular "Gorilla Glue Girl" or should we say Woman? This conversation led to a pretty good debate about discipline and bullying, and how these two things are an important part of growing up. Is today's society getting soft? J then throws out some relationship questions after watching the movie "Malcolm and Marie". Our BlackLight this week is going to Home Run champ Hank Aaron, who recently passed away last month.
" I Am A Revolutionary"
This week's episode we continue our series of giving tips and tricks on life. We dealt with financial literacy, this week its your mental health. We welcome friend of the show and Licensed Therapist Elizabeth to talk about mental health. We also get into a great conversation about the movie "Judas and the Black Messiah" and how it effects our day to day feelings. J felt the movie and showed it with his outfit and and introduction. We also talk about the Trump acquittal decision from the second impeachment trial. We also shine the Black Light on Valerie Thomas a scientist who created the 3d image.
"Your Top Five Is Trash"
In this weeks episode we continue our hip hop theme, with the subject being "The Top Five Rappers". Who deserves to be on the list? We also have Marvin "The Financial Guy" and friend of the show, on to gives us some tips and tricks to financial literacy. We also shine the Blacklight on Amanda Gorman, an American Poet and Activist, who most recently performed her poem at the Inauguration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
Who has the best rap albums?
On this weeks show, we debate the top five rap albums. We go back and forth over who should get a coveted top five spot. Do you agree? We also honor Ms. Cicely Tyson with our Blacklight. If you don't agree with our list and want to be apart of the show, hit us up with your suggestions. IG: @Pbj_podcast Twitter: @therealpbjpod or email us Pbjpodcast3@gmail.com
You're getting old when.....
This week we have a serious conversation about getting old. When did you realize that you wasn't a spring chicken anymore? We also discuss two of Jay-z best featured verses on a R&B track. Mya's "Best of Me part 2" and Beyonce's "Crazy in love". Which verse was better? We introduce my oldest son Xavier (Popeye) into the conversation to be the voice of reason. Finally we shined the Blacklight on Percy Miller a.k.a Master P.
2021 is here
We're back..In the first episode of the year, we discuss the upcoming inauguration and how Trump wants to give himself a 21 gun salute and a huge pat on the back as he exits. We also discuss passing the torch of manhood to your son and how difficult that could be. J gives us another question to ponder. We also continue our Blacklight segment by honoring the Man the myth the legendary Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Come take a listen and rock with us for a few minutes.
2020 year end review
In this episode we look back at some of the biggest stories in 2020. We highlight Stacy Abrams as this weeks blacklight. We also recapped all of the Blacklights we've done on the show this year. as well as get into some randomness.
I think I'm a Bieber fan
This week we sit around chopping it up about a whole slew of topics. We start with this past weeks Verzuz battle between Jeezy and Gucci, was it the best? We dive into 2020 asking, is this the year you drop your beefs?. We continue the randomness with P opening up about his true feelings for Justin Bieber. As always we have the blacklight. This week we shine the light on Joseph Bologne Chevalier De Saint-Georges a classical composer virtuoso violinist and conductor of the leading symphony orchestra in Paris as well a renowned champion fencer. Closed off the show with wishing everyone a happy Thanksgiving.
And The Winner Is..........
So this week for we had to talk about the longest result to presidency EVER!!! The race to 270 had everyone on the edge of their seat waiting for it to be over with a winner. What we learned during this election was that people were TIRED of the Tyrant that occupies the White House and was ready to serve him his eviction notice immediately. We also highlighted in our BlackLight Bryan Stevenson the lawyer/social justice activist and founder of the Equal Justice Initiative as well as a law professor at New York University School of Law. He was also depicted in the legal drama film "Just Mercy" A Story of Justice and Redemption! And you already know we wrapped up with some random talk.
Contingency Plan, Do you have one?
This week we discussed the possibility of a contingency plan if the election results goes WAY TO THE LEFT. This week Fluff is also back to give us her two cents on the topic. P poses the question "What do you call the male version of a bad bit**?" Hear what Fluff our female cohost had to say about it. The BlackLight for this week is Ruby Bridges, the first African American child to desegregate the all-white William Frantz Elementary School In Louisiana in the 1960's. We close the show off with some randomness.
Top tv couples: Who ya'll got?
This week the list is back, and so is Fluff. We come up with our top five tv couples. This is part 2 of the list series. We also give a little information on the Stash's incident. Benjamin Banneker is our Blacklight this week. We, as always, get into some randomness
You say he's just a friend
This week we dive into the topic of men asking female co workers out for a drink. Is it strictly platonic or is there a ulterior motive? Can men and women be friends? We have special guest Bud's wife Teka on to help us discuss. We also talk about the crazy debate between President Trump and Vice President Joe Biden. Is the country in trouble? We also shine the BLACKLIGHT on Reginald Lewis, one of the most successful black businessmen of our time. And as always we throw a little randomness in there as well.
Oh so you the victim now Tory?
This week we discuss the continuing saga between Megan Thee Stallion and Tory Lanez. Tory really came out with a album completely dissing Megan and being down right disrespectful. We also discuss Joe Budden leaving spotify to start his own podcast platform. We also hit you with this weeks Blacklight. We shine the light on Warrick Dunn, an ex football player who is changing lives. As always we have a little bit of randomness to close out the show.
In this weeks episode we revisit Cardi B and Offset's relationship and discuss why Cardi filed for divorce. Kanye has been tweeting about his contract and claiming that Jay-Z sold Kanye's masters to obtain his own, is that wrong? we debate. Of course have the BLACKLIGHT. This week were shinning the light on Makur Makur a top high school basketball standout that is changing the game by deciding to take his talents to Howard University a HBCU instead of going to top basketball school. Finally we have THE LIST. Joining us is the EP (executive producer A.K.A Fluff) as we debate the top 5 movie villains of all time.
******* Be apart of the debate, let us know who you felt should have made THE LIST. To be apart of the list go to twitter and follow the page @therealpbjpod or Instagram @PBJ_Podcast.....comment on the list post or DM us your nominee. We will debate the nominee on air and if your person makes the list we will send you a PB&J t-shirt*********
"She dropped the D for the V"
This week we discuss being blindsided by Niecy Nash's decision to get married to a women. We also discuss Dr Dre's wife asking for 2 million dollars a month in spousal support. We also take on the story of Jessica Krug an associate professor at George Washington University, who was living her life as a black/latina woman, and revealed that she is in fact white. We also shine the Blacklight on Lewis Howard Latimer, a patent draftsman for the incandescent lightbulb.
Different strokes for different folks
In this weeks episode we remember legendary actor Chadwick Boseman, and the huge loss to the African American culture. We also discuss the disparity between the treatment of white vs black when it comes from the hands of law enforcement. We also shine the blacklight on Ms. Danielle Johnson the first black female in Boston to own her own fully digital radio station. As always we end with a little randomness.
In this weeks episode we start off saying happy born day to Kobe Bryant and Nipsey Hustle. We also dive back into the Megan Thee Stallion and Tory Lanez drama. Megan calls out Torey and so does legend Bun B. We also have our blacklight segment and as always a little randomness.
In this weeks episode we discuss the new Cardi B song with Megan Thee Stallion WAP. We had the pleasure of having a females perspective join us, The EP (executive Producer) Cassandra. We also had a lively conversation about 45 and all his fuckery. As always we had our blacklight segment and pure fun at the end the show.
Bust or Nah?
In this weeks episode, we debated on the age old question; What makes a NBA bust. We also continue our BlackLight segment, and we reviewed the first studio album release from Buju Banton in 10 years.
Yeezus needs Jesus
This week we discuss the Verzuz battle between DMX and Snoop Dog, and whether it was the best Verzuz battle to date. We also dive in on the Kanye West controversial rally in South Carolina. Plus we hit you with another Blacklight and more...
You Got Fired On Your Day Off?
This week we pay homage to Rep. John Lewis and his legacy against social injustices. We chopped up our opinions on Nick Cannon being fired from Wild'N Out, a show in which he created. We continue our BLACKLIGHT segment with brother Onesimus, a African man who pioneered the invention of the vaccine. Whats really going on with Megan Thee Stallion and Torey Lanez? Who did what? We give our opinions on one of the craziest stories.
Red Table Entanglement
This week we follow up with Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith's response to the August Alsina interview. Jada gives us the new word for situationships. ( 42 sec). This week's BLACKLIGHT feature is WNBA player Maya Moore, where we highlight the role she played in spear heading the release of Jonathan Irons, a Missouri man falsely incarcerated for 20 years. ( 20:20). Find out our top five female vocalist. ( 27:00). Does Atlanta have the best rappers of all time? ( 47:00 )
"Karen's, Jada and more"
In this episode we breakdown the Karen epidemic, and how easy it is for people to believe them. We also dive into the Jada Pinkett-Smith and August Alsina controversy. We give our thoughts and opinions on open marriage. Also we introduce a segment called "Blacklight" where we shine a light on those who are making, or made an impact for black culture. Can talent from small towns ever make it big time?