On this week’s episode of I’ll Name This Podcast Later, we recap the All Love Lost tour stops in Philly and NYC, talk the Vivica vs. 50 beef, women who became famous for dating celebs and more. Usually I’d have the cover art as our main pic, but it’s a LITTLE bit of a mess (LOL), so it’s in the gallery for your viewing pleasure. Check out I’ll Name This Podcast Later episode 39 below and subscribe on iTunes here!
Youtube comedian, Nicole Arbour, created a video titled “Dear Black People” where she confronts many of the the claims black people have made about stereotypes and she gives a response to each claim. Now initially it seems funny, but eventually any black person would get offended by the insensitivity displayed in the video. The video discusses cultural appropriation, and basically makes blackness seem like an outfit you can wear and change as you please.
In the midst of Joe’s “All Love Lost” tour, the trio sat down to discuss MMG’s behavior, Couples Therapy updates, Joe vs. Taxstone, and more! Check out I’ll Name This Podcast Later episode 38 below and subscribe on iTunes here!
Fair warning: I stan hard for my fav in this episode! We’ve been talking about having her on this show since Episode 1 – only took 37 weeks! LOL! We finally sat with the lovely Amber Rose (thanks to ME) and talked everything, well, Amber. Listen in below! Check out I’ll Name This Podcast Later episode 37 below and subscribe on iTunes here!
On episode 36, we’re joined by former hip-hop music attorney, Combat Jack – the current host of The Combat Jack Show podcast, and the founder of Loud Speakers Network. Longest episode to date! Check out I’ll Name This Podcast Later episode 36 below and subscribe on iTunes here!
After a fatal car accident that claimed the life of his friend and nearly left him brain dead, Tracy Morgan has fully recovered and is making his return throughout the comedy scene. This weekend he hosted Saturday Night Live (SNL) where was greeted with applause and cheers as he declared that he is back and “better than ever.” See his return after the jump!
Laughter is always the best medicine; it’s definitely working for Tracy Morgan. After recouping from a fatal car crash that took place June 2014, the comedian not only partook in his first stand-up, but he’s also ready to head back to his home – the figurative one – to host Saturday Night Live. In a recent promo with Bobby Moynihan, Morgan plays on his memory lost. The 30 Rock actor forgets that he is a SNL alum and tries to decide if Moynihan own him $72 or $78; either way, it’s pure comedy. Check it out down bottom.
This week, we recap me and Joe‘s trip to Atlanta for A3C and the BET Hip-Hop Awards, Couples Therapy, my lovely bank (shout to Provident!) and more. Check out I’ll Name This Podcast Later episode 35 below and subscribe on iTunes here!
After spending the past 16 months in recovery, following a deadly car crash, comedian Tracy Morgan made his return to stand-up comedy. The beloved comedian, who recently made an appearance at the Emmy’s, got back on the stage for not one but two, back-to-back comedy shows in NYC last night. He performed at the Comedy Cellar and The Stand and rumor has it he had an outstanding show. Cameras were forbidden from both performances, however Tracy took to his Twitter to share a photo of himself performing with the caption, “My first time on stage in 16 months at the #ComedyCellar! Picking up the pieces!” Hit the jump for more.