This week, Ejike Jamal and NaNa|Man talk Morgan Freeman sexual misconduct allegations, that fateful evening at Kendrick Lamar's show this past week, and whether it is ever acceptable for white people to sing the n-word in a song? Joined by two queens (Princess x Anthea) this episode, the question gets brought up, can you be pro-black and in an interracial relationship? Well according to one of the guest, it's like "marrying your oppressor." 😨 Yikes... Lastly, blerds (or black nerds,) and...
Keepin' that same DRAGON ENERGY. This week NaNa|Man and Ejike Jamal talk J. Cole, what's wrong with the "Lil's" in hip hop, and why Ejike argues that "the real Kanye" is back and out of the "sunken place." Twitter: @WeTheSafePlace IG: @nana_mann Twitter: @EjikeJamal
NaNa|Man gets curved... BADLY. Kickin' it with us in the "Safe Place" this week is the homie, Jen, as she joins in the convo about the sexual assault allegations in Hollywood, as well as break down what is/ isn't sexual harassment. Ejike gets triggered... Another problematic episode, enjoy.
So it took a whole episode for Ejike Jamal and NaNa|Man to realize they didn't know what the f*k they were talking about concerning LBGT issues... So joining them tonight in The Problematic Safe Place (NOT as a LGBT token, but simply as a human) Alexandra, no "i", as she weighs in on some of the ongoing f**kery from last episode, but also educates. Follow Alexandra: @AlexandraNOI
What would you do if your significant other suddenly revealed to you they no longer see marriage in the future? (But they still love you tho...) NaNa|Man still has faith in the sacred union, while Ejike is convinced marriage is outdated and should switch to a renewable term basis like NBA contracts. Joining them in the "Safe Place" this episode is Cara D from Millennial Lov3 podcast, and Ashley "Poe" to square off on whether millennials should still continue to get married.
This week on "The Problematic Safe Place," Ejike and NaNa|Man discuss Usher herpes scandal updates, plus, Ejike shares his herpes [scare] story. Joining Ejike Jamal and NaNa|Man in the "Safe Place" is "Bunny" Shannon(actress/writer), listen as they all of them try to figure out what exactly is NOT feminism, as well as tackling Amber Rose, slut walks, and debate what it means to be a "slut."