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Gwen is back with VIP guest Ismael Abdusalaam aka @beatsboxingmahem to discuss the support of various Black male rappers for Trump45 prior to election day. We break down the impact of celebrity idolization on American culture and how the working class and middle class blindly follow people who do not have their best interests at heart or in mind. G…
 
Gab with Gwen podcast announces a new series of episodes of Club and Dating Chronicles with a wide range of real life stories from the annals of Gwen's forgetful brain. Gwen will share snippets of dating men and clubbing around the world in her late teens and throughout her 20s. The innocent will be protected. Some names and identifying details wil…
 
Gwen is back to laugh and reflect on the current state of affairs in the good ol' USA. Gwen is hollering at the hustler in chief paying $750 in taxes while rabid supporters still blindly follow this snake oil salesman with a terrible fake bake. Gwen prefers #90fiance drama to the US presidential debate debacle and does the mathematics on the White …
 
Gwen is back to speak truth to light about the lack of justice for Breonna Taylor, blocking out the noise and distractions from celebrities, pundits and social media as well as actionable steps moving forward to make a difference.Follow @gabwithgwen on Twitter and Instagram for the latest updates.저자 Gab with Gwen and friends about sex, love, life, relationships, identity politics and randomness
 
Gwen is back with another controversial timely episode regarding the fake shock of the Democrats due to the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the reality of the US Supreme Court proceeding with a conservative Republican majority. Gwen explains the short-sighted nature of the Democratic party and LACK of strategic planning in …
 
Gwen and Slim go down the rabbit hole about the recent blackfishing scandal with Jessica Krug, a white professor at George Washington University, pretending to be AfroLatina for the duration of her career and the pathology of fake woke Karens in blackface. We discuss the one drop rule, the politics of being white passing, colorism as well as white …
 
The family affair (Gwen, Trinity, Slim, J and Ismael aka @beatsboxingmahem ) came together again to look back at the entire first season of @imaydestroyyou to connect the dots from beginning to end and discuss listener commentary/feedback. We break down Simon and Terry's roles now that we've watched the whole season and revisit the themes of friend…
 
Brittany is a returning guest to gab with Gwen representing Gen Z! Brittany shares her experience as a 2020 college grad in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic in a red state as well the job outlook and career prospects during these difficult economic times. Gwen and Brittany discuss Gen Z being on the forefront of the Black Lives Matter movement…
 
The family affair (Gwen, Trinity, Slim, J and Ismael) is back to review and discuss the season finale of IMDY aptly entitled "Ego Death." Gwen and friends break down the 3 scenarios after Bella regains her memory from the fateful night on January 22nd. Lots of hot takes. Stay tuned for a follow-up tying together the season in its entirety.Follow @g…
 
It is a family affair to discuss the penultimate episode of I May Destroy You season with Trinity, Slim, J and Ismael are all here to gab with Gwen! This is the episode Gwen has been waiting for all season! We finally get some long awaited answers and resolution and we have different opinions. Gwen. Trinity, Slim. J and Ismael break down Bella's be…
 
Gwen reacts to the official announcement of Kamala Harris being added to Joe Biden's ticket. The bottom line is that you have to see both sides and keep your eye on the prize. Follow @gabwithgwen on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.저자 Gab with Gwen and friends about sex, love, life, relationships, identity politics and randomness
 
Gwen, Trinity and Slim discuss the revelations of this pivotal episode of #imaydestroyyou entitled "The Cause the Cure." As we get insights into Bella's family dynamics and childhood experience, Gwen, Trinity and Slim make connections to Bella's behavior and interactions in the present as an adult. The dysfunction of childhood manifests itself in a…
 
Gwen and VIP returning guests, Ms. Trinity and Ismael Abdusalaam aka @beatsboxingmahem revisit the Jada Pinkett Smith vs August Alsina relationship and debate whether or not Jada should be labeled as a predator. We discuss how some celebrities with mental illness can be taken advantage of and the dangers of the Hollywood machine surrounding people …
 
Gwen had to hit you with an emergency episode as she is sweating without electricity, internet, and hot water for multiple days in New York. Some food for thought about American life as we know it in 2020. Follow @gabwithgwen on Twitter and Instagram.저자 Gab with Gwen and friends about sex, love, life, relationships, identity politics and randomness
 
Gwen, Trinity and Slim discuss how annoying Bella, Kwame and Terry all come across in I May Destroy You S1E9 entitled 'Social Media is a Great Way to Connect.' We debate the efficacy, legalities and implications of doxing in addition to the labeling of Afro-Caribbean vs African Black people in the UK. Gwen, Trinity and Slim break down the ongoing i…
 
Gwen and VIP returning guest Ismael Abdusalaam aka @beatsboxingmahem discuss the southern state surge in covid-19 cases in the USA, political theater that has taken precedence over the public health crisis, coded language being used to justify selfish/racist behavior across the country and the fall of the likes of Dr. Fauci and Dr. Ben Carson due t…
 
Gwen, Trinity and Slim discuss I May Destroy S1E8 - Line Spectrum Border and deeply debate Kwame's sexual experiment with an unknowing heterosexual woman and Arabella's pop up in Italy to check in with her former boo, Biagio. What is the consent criteria? What happens at the intersection of race and sexuality? Where are the boundary lines and who d…
 
Gwen and returning VIP guest Ismael Abdusalaam aka @beatsboxingmayhem discuss the dynamics of unconventional relationships between older women and younger men and how these are viewed by society. We ask the hard questions about predatory behavior and break down the Jada Pinkett Smith/August Alsina entanglement as well as the recent passing of Mary …
 
Gwen, Trinity and J discuss the hit @hbo show @imaydestroyyou Episode 7 (Happy Animals)and react to the shocking conversation between Simon and Terry about the night of the fateful incident at Ego Death bar as well as the friendship dynamics between Arabella, Kwame, Terry and Theo revealed during Terry's birthday party. We give hot takes on climate…
 
Gwen, Trinity and J are back at it to discuss the latest episode of @imaydestroyyou on @hbo - S1E6 - The Alliance. We discuss the introduction on the new character, Theodora aka Theo, who has an interesting history with Bella and Terry from High School. We break down the high value of white girl tears, how boys are socialized to interact/manipulate…
 
Gwen and new guest, @tippsam_ discuss the impact of the legacy of colonialism on Black people in Africa, the United States, the West Indies and Latin America. Sam explains how British rule exacerbated tribal tensions in Nigeria. Gwen and Sam break down how the fall of the British empire coincided with Black countries around the world becoming newly…
 
Gwen and Trinity share our reactions to S1:E5 of the new @hbo show @imaydestroy you airing in the USA on Monday nights. We discuss Arabella's journey to find her voice after being stealthed by Zain as well Kwame's attempt to seek justice for sexual assault. Gwen and Trinity have different views on how things went down at the Writing Summit and expl…
 
Gwen and returning VIP guest, Tiffany, discuss the role of the Chief Diversity Officer in Corporate America in the midst of the Black Lives Matter Movement in 2020. We break down rampant tokenism/magical Negroes, performative vs purposeful corporate gestures, the struggle and barriers Black employees face when trying to rise in the corporate ranks,…
 
Gwen and Trinity give the play by play of the whirlwind events happening in Arabella's life several weeks after the initial fateful incident in the series premiere. Bella's BFF, Kwame, gets a lot more screen time and we discuss how we end up seeing them have parallel experiences. Gwen breaks down the ongoing theme of consent throughout the IMDY ser…
 
Gwen and VIP guest, Ismael Abdusalaam, aka @beatsboxingmahem take a trip down memory lane discussing the Ludacris vs Nelly Verzuz battle. We talk about hip hop being a youth driven culture, growing up listening to hip hop and being child free, Future's long list of baby mommas, Black masculinity, the LudavsNelly battle and discuss the catalogues of…
 
Gwen, Trinity and new guest, J, break down Episode 3 of the new show 'I May Destroy You' on @hbo . We make connections between the latest episode and the two previous episodes to tie together the relationships in Arabella's life in some key moments that happened 3 months prior to the fateful incident in Ego Death. Gwen, Trinity and J get very real …
 
Today, June 22nd, is Windrush Day in the UK and marks the 72nd anniversary of the arrival of the HMT Empire Windrush ship in 1948, landing at Tilbury Docks, about 20 miles from London. These voyagers -- many of them from the island of Jamaica -- were the first large group of West Indian migrants to arrive in the UK. The Windrush generation migrants…
 
Gwen and Slim reflect on the meaning of Juneteenth and corporations suddenly jumping on the #blacklivesmatter bandwagon. We discuss the revolution being televised, the dangers of the Black community looking to celebrities as leaders, and Allies needing to show up in a meaningful way and do the hard work to break down systematic racism, oppression a…
 
Gwen and Trinity discuss Episode 2 of the new HBO show called 'I May Destroy You.' We give hot takes, conspiracy theories and random commentary on the pieces of the puzzle that are slowly coming together as the protagonist, Arabella tries to put together what happened that fateful night she went out with her so-called friend, Simon in London town. …
 
Gwen describes her first impression of the new show 'I May Destroy You S1E1' which premiered on HBO. Gwen gives unfiltered raw commentary on the protagonist, Arabella, her friends , their interactions and the shocker at the end of the episode. SPOILER ALERT!저자 Gab with Gwen and friends about sex, love, life, relationships, identity politics and randomness
 
Gwen and VIP guest, Ms. Trinity, explain the important Black narrative of the Windrush Generation. Gwen and Trinity break down the history of how the Windrush Generation came to be from being invited by the UK government to rebuild Britain after WWII and then subsequently displaced and vilified as Black West Indian immigrants in addition to their d…
 
Gwen reflects on the social unrest and #blacklivesmatter protests taking place around the world over the past two weeks and challenges everyone to gain a deeper understanding of the global phenomenon of anti-Blackness. Gwen breaks down why African-Americans should be proud of sparking this movement of consciousness and why Black people and allies w…
 
Gwen and Slim discuss the Joe Biden remark from the Breakfast Club and the resulting uproar from Black Twitter and other social media outlets. Gwen and Slim break down the danger of regular working class and middle class people, especially Black people, looking to celebrities for insights and guidance on political and economic issues. Celebrities a…
 
Gwen had to record an emotional emergency episode in light of the current news cycle of innocent Black people arbitrarily murdered by police violence and threatened by Karens exercising their right to white supremacy and blatant bigotry. Gwen sounds off on the deafening silence from other people of color aka POCs in addition to the tomfoolery and c…
 
Gwen and VIP returning guest, Ismael Abdusalaam, discuss the Georgia governor's unilateral decision to open up the state in the midst of the covid-19 pandemic and the downstream impacts on communities of color. Gwen and Ismael discuss the conundrum the USA finds itself in and the national debate between whether public health/safety and the economy/…
 
Gwen and new guest, Rebekah @rebekahmendation talk about Black and mixed race identity from many angles and facets. Rebekah shares her experience of being mixed with Black living in Colorado and her foray into local politics after discovering her neighborhood was named after a revered KKK member. Gwen and Rebekah get deep about the the struggles of…
 
Gwen and new guest, Ruby, discuss the major milestone of actor, Justin Chambers, aka Dr. Alex Karev, leaving Grey's Anatomy after 16 seasons. Gwen and Ruby take a trip down Grey's memory lane, reflecting on previous cast members' untimely departures, plot line threads and holes, as well as delve into the development of some of the ancillary charact…
 
Gwen and first time, guest, Mercedes, discuss the impact of the covid-19 pandemic on the education system. Mercedes shares her experience as a professional educator and mother of 3 young children trying to balance her career and family while sheltering in place. Gwen and Mercedes discuss the equity of distance learning, state requirements, and tryi…
 
In this episode, Gwen and MVPs, Slim and Trinity, discuss the ADOS (American Descendants of Slavery)pro-reparations movement which has been spreading online over the last couple years and the tensions between the different Black communities within the African Diaspora. We break down some hard truths about Black Identity in America, the one drop rul…
 
Gwen had to do an EMERGENCY EPISODE to weigh in on the Teddy Riley vs Babyface IG Live session that FINALLY took place the night of Monday, April 20, 2020. Gwen shares her thoughts on older people being challenged with technology, second hand embarrassment/cringe and Babyface being the consummate gentleman, scholar and purveyor of shade. Listen to …
 
Gwen and her cousin, Jay, talk about living in NYC and adjusting to the new normal. Gwen and Jay break down the blatant class, socioeconomic and racial disparities evident from the impact of Covid-19 pandemic on the Black and Hispanic communities across the United States. Gwen and Jay recognize our privilege during these challenging times and discu…
 
Gwen's long-time friend, Ismael Abdusalaam aka #beatsboxingmayhem is back to discuss the impact of the covid-19 pandemic on the entertainment industry in general including the Adult Entertainment world. We discus Instagram virtual parties, the popularity of sites like #onlyfans as well as Stephen Jackson's baby momma drama, polygamy/ open relations…
 
Gwen's old friend, Ismael, comes through to chop it up about the political game and media circus during the covid-19 pandemic. We talk the rhetoric of Biden, Bernie and Trump under the stress of these challenging times, the fragility of the middle class, the US model minority being impacted by racism, the short memory and delusion of the American p…
 
Gwen's sister, Brooklyn, is back in the proverbial building to drop knowledge about supply chain management, the state of manufacturing in the US, what's happening with toilet paper, wipes, N95 masks and the airline industry during the covid-19 pandemic. Gwen and Brooklyn get deep about the mechanics of capitalism, corporate America, Wall Street an…
 
Gwen's cousin, Gail, who is an ER Nurse in the NYC-NJ-CT area comes by to share her first hand experience on the front lines dealing with the coronavirus covid-19 pandemic. Gail clarifies the comparisons between covid-19 and the flu, the importance of social distancing, the role of your primary care provider, who is really vulnerable, emergency pre…
 
Gwen and Slim lighten the mood chopping it up about pop culture topics that have gone under the radar in light of the Rona pandemic over the past few weeks like the Andre Gillum scandal, Nicki Minaj's registered sex offender husband, Amber Rose's face tattoo and verbal abuse on the RHOA.저자 Gab with Gwen and friends about sex, love, life, relationships, identity politics and randomness
 
It's March 2020 and Slim is back in the house (figuratively) to chop it up with Gwen living in NYC during the Rona, government response, social distancing, working from home, innovation and creativity during the global pandemic.저자 Gab with Gwen and friends about sex, love, life, relationships, identity politics and randomness
 
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