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[00:00:00] Donyetta: [00:00:00] Welcome to Le Twins Experience with
[00:00:06] Kim: [00:00:06] Kim
[00:00:06] Donyetta: [00:00:06] and Donyetta.
[00:00:07] Kim: [00:00:07] Now let’s get back on our bullshit.
[00:00:21] I’m Kim and I’m
[00:00:23] Donyetta: [00:00:23] done Yetta
[00:00:25] Kim: [00:00:25] and welcome back to another episode of Le Twins Experience back
[00:00:29] Donyetta: [00:00:29] on our bullshit. I’m back
[00:00:36] to that one. I’m hydrated. Y’all I’m hydrated and rested. I’m back. She’s back
[00:00:43] Kim: [00:00:43] from her little
[00:00:44] Donyetta: [00:00:44] country. Shoot then alcohol dehydrated anymore. I hadn’t been doing gin and tonic and Bach and tonic and vodka and tequila. And
[00:00:57] Kim: [00:00:57] isn’t it crazy how, when you’re on vacation, you’re just [00:01:00] like in a whole other world,
[00:01:01] Donyetta: [00:01:01] like
[00:01:03] Kim: [00:01:03] you would not be Jacob like this
[00:01:06] Donyetta: [00:01:06] on vacation.
[00:01:06] I was a whole alcoholic and then I came back here and I’d be like, I want to drink water.
[00:01:13] Kim: [00:01:13] Like who, who gets up and is drinking at 11? O’clock it just all the applications.
[00:01:19] Donyetta: [00:01:19] I think I was drinking like nine 30 or TIG cause I was having mimosas. And remember I started drinking at breakfast literally.
[00:01:27] Kim: [00:01:27] Oh, it was my most is at breakfast.
[00:01:30] Be hidden
[00:01:31] Donyetta: [00:01:31] shoot. Mm mm mm. Mm.
[00:01:34] Kim: [00:01:34] So what’s been gone my known this week
[00:01:40] Donyetta: [00:01:40] work. Getting hydrated from that trip. Oh, I’ll tell you. I got, I went to home Depot today and I got a power drill cause I had to hang up some Kurt rides. And so I watched a YouTube video and I was like Martha Stewart and Snoop dog up in his day. I did y’all.
[00:02:03] [00:02:00] Kim: [00:02:03] tools one more. No,
[00:02:05] Donyetta: [00:02:05] I was my, the story cause I was decorate and then Snoop dog. Cause you know, I had my ratchet ways, but don’t look too close. Some of them are brackets are sitting a little sideways, but
[00:02:15] Kim: [00:02:15] you didn’t get a level
[00:02:17] Donyetta: [00:02:17] idea, but this was my first time ever. I do it in
[00:02:20] Kim: [00:02:20] a drill.
[00:02:23] Donyetta: [00:02:23] I put that I have, uh, I had it leveled.
[00:02:25] The holes are lot of a, then when I put that drill to the wall, I was like,
[00:02:32] so my hand slipped a little bit. Damn it. Cam these dang eyelashes.
[00:02:41] Kim: [00:02:41] eyelashes, a lady she’s done. And this
[00:02:44] Donyetta: [00:02:44] is a new set I just got in the mail. Oh, I don’t know it is going to add, right. This is my first time wearing these. She,
[00:02:56] Kim: [00:02:56] she
[00:02:56] Donyetta: [00:02:56] didn’t last three minutes, but [00:03:00] yeah. So what I put the drill to the wall girl, I was like, oops.
[00:03:05] So, but I know how to do it now. I’m confident. Look, highlight your girl. If you need a handyman or a handy woman.
[00:03:13] Kim: [00:03:13] Yeah. I don’t mess with those tools.
[00:03:15] Donyetta: [00:03:15] I leave that up to.
[00:03:18] Kim: [00:03:18] He could do that. I can’t do that.
[00:03:23] Donyetta: [00:03:23] Well, the funny thing is, is it’s not funny, sad, like I’ve always dated dudes who are sorry, and they don’t like do anything.
[00:03:30] And so like, I’ve learned to like, do so much myself. Like I remember asking one guy we were going like to this outdoor concert. And, you know, you have your little chairs and your basket and your food and stuff. And I remember like I was carrying all this stuff and I remember asking him like, what’s the point of having you ever have to carry like all this stuff
[00:03:53] and like, A couple of weeks later, he was like, yeah. And you asked me like, what was the point of having me, if you had to carry all that [00:04:00] stuff. And I was like, and I meant it.
[00:04:01] Kim: [00:04:01] Yeah, no like, yeah. Y’all 20, 20 dudes. Y’all think chivalry is dead. Chivalry is not dead. Like, that’s your job? Do we, no job open the
[00:04:12] Donyetta: [00:04:12] car, seeing women’s struggle,
[00:04:15] Kim: [00:04:15] you know, open the car door, carry the bags.
[00:04:18] Paid a bill at dinner. Like I can never pay for dinner with my husband all the years we’ve been together that never, never
[00:04:27] Donyetta: [00:04:27] how come once I can remember this probably had to be like eight years ago. Maybe I went on a date with a dude. You ever been to Houston is here in Atlanta. we went to Houston’s and then the bill came and I was like, trying to be polite.
[00:04:43] And I was like, do you want to split it? And he was like, Oh yeah, cool. Why did you offer trying to be polite? He was supposed to say, no. It’s like, when you ask somebody to do they want some of your food and they’d be like, Oh no, but when people ask you, you’d be like, I only got get like three chicken wings.
[00:04:59] So he [00:05:00] said, yeah, cool. So we split the bill and then this motherfucker took my leftovers home.
[00:05:06] Kim: [00:05:06] Just our last
[00:05:07] Donyetta: [00:05:07] day.
[00:05:08] Kim: [00:05:08] Yeah. Negroes it just sorry. In time. No, I’m not paying no bill
[00:05:14] Donyetta: [00:05:14] first and last date we ever went on, but yeah, these Ralph Tresvant dudes.
[00:05:23] Kim: [00:05:23] Yeah. If you were going on a date with a woman the first day you’re supposed to pay the bill, there is no going Dutch. There is no, I pay for my food and one of your drinks or whatever, there’s no negotiations you is paying that’s what data is.
[00:05:44] Donyetta: [00:05:44] Um, and I’m one of those, like I’m used to doing stuff myself, like independent women.
[00:05:49] So if I call you out on something, you, sorry, if I notice that you,
[00:05:52] Kim: [00:05:52] sorry, that last, like, I think I’m like old fashioned in that way. Like this. Certain [00:06:00] things that a woman is not supposed to do. Like we don’t change tires. I’m never changing a flat tire because I can’t, I don’t ever go into,
[00:06:11] Donyetta: [00:06:11] and now my car has run flats.
[00:06:13] I don’t even have a spare tire. Like if I was out in the middle of the woods, I just need to ride that run flat until I get somewhere.
[00:06:20] Kim: [00:06:20] Yeah. Let me see.
[00:06:21] Donyetta: [00:06:21] I know how to check my oil. I know how to check the air pressure in my tires. I’ve never changed a tire. But like the whole power drill and like stuff like that, like I’m, I’m used to it at this point, like, which makes it a problem.
[00:06:34] Cause ain’t too much American. Tell me you’re not coming up in this house that you gotta pay the mortgage for,
[00:06:39] Kim: [00:06:39] you know, hello. But you best to pay for dinner? I’m sorry. I mean, I buy I’ll look, I buy gifts. You know, stuff like that, but if we’re going out on a day, especially if we’re just meeting, you’re supposed to pay for dinner, man.
[00:06:56] I’m like, come on, come chime in, man. Do y’all pay for dinner [00:07:00] on the first date? Do you? I know we in COVID times right now, but come on. If y’all let him women’s pay y’all to him. Five, six dudes with the stubby fingers. Cause we ain’t having it. You better go somewhere.
[00:07:13] Donyetta: [00:07:13] Ralph transplant. You need a man with, since that, no, we don’t.
[00:07:21] Don’t need a man to give you money. Yes. I do. Yes, I do.
[00:07:28] Kim: [00:07:28] You know, I finally put my dog on Christmas tree up
[00:07:34] asking me for the Christmas. She said December 1st. And I was like, no, like why,
[00:07:39] Donyetta: [00:07:39] why did the baby help you decorate
[00:07:42] Kim: [00:07:42] it? But this little boy did. Okay. So I put the tree up and I don’t know what he had class. Cause they have a mold learning today. So he was on class. So I went and did my work. And when I come back out, this boy got his trucks and [00:08:00] cars all over the tree.
[00:08:01] He decorated
[00:08:06] Donyetta: [00:08:06] Christmas tree. This
[00:08:07] Kim: [00:08:07] is why you wanted me to put the Christmas tree up. I see. And then when it came to put the bowl, Like, I need a tree. My tree has lights. I need a tree with the balls on it too. Cause it took me like an hour and a half to put a dog on balls. And like, I can’t, I believe he did not help me.
[00:08:24] Like you begged me to put the tree up and you didn’t even help me put the balls,
[00:08:28] Donyetta: [00:08:28] came on to put the trucks on. He’s like you doing the balls. I got the truck.
[00:08:32] Kim: [00:08:32] I have to find a totally decorated sheet. Cause I can’t do this anymore. It’s
[00:08:36] Donyetta: [00:08:36] too tedious.
[00:08:38] Kim: [00:08:38] It’s too much. I just
[00:08:40] Donyetta: [00:08:40] threw some, a string of lights on top of my fireplace.
[00:08:43] Kim: [00:08:43] I’m going, you have a tree. This is how I need an entry anyway. Cause I want a bigger one. So I’m going to see what they have like Christmas Eve. Cause that’s when you got to go get your tree on Christmas Eve.
[00:08:54] Donyetta: [00:08:54] Yeah.
[00:08:54] Kim: [00:08:54] You bought, they be on sale for like nothing. That’s when you get them for like 50% off. So, [00:09:00] but here
[00:09:00] Donyetta: [00:09:00] everybody’s sold out.
[00:09:01] It was hard for me to find a Christmas lights. I don’t know. I think it’s cause of COVID though.
[00:09:05] Kim: [00:09:05] Probably
[00:09:07] Donyetta: [00:09:07] I think it’s cool.
[00:09:08] Kim: [00:09:08] Cause I can’t even find any select the size paper towels. Like Cody was like why the paper towel was so big. I sucks. I can’t find no selections. There’s no, I went to target
[00:09:18] Donyetta: [00:09:18] last week.
[00:09:19] I saw two packs of toilet tissue.
[00:09:22] Kim: [00:09:22] We going back to March, like what is going on?
[00:09:25] Donyetta: [00:09:25] Like. Yeah, I’ll hear being sad,
[00:09:28] Kim: [00:09:28] but I just hope with this toll gone vaccine, but you know, what’s the funny thing, have you seen like the order in which you get the vaccine? You got the, but we haven’t really never go get it. We at the bottom of the totem pole, like.
[00:09:45] Donyetta: [00:09:45] Um, cause we’re not that at risk age group,
[00:09:48] Kim: [00:09:48] you either got it right now. Only the medical professionals are getting it and next are the older people, elderly, but it’s like, even people in [00:10:00] jail are ahead of us. Like how?
[00:10:03] Donyetta: [00:10:03] Cause they can’t social distance. You know what, everybody that I
[00:10:07] Kim: [00:10:07] know that’s
[00:10:07] Donyetta: [00:10:07] gotten it, they’re my age, but they’re medical professionals.
[00:10:11] Okay. Well, CVS sent me an email today talking about some the vaccine, but I didn’t read it.
[00:10:17] Kim: [00:10:17] They sent it, they sends me, they text me, stop texting me, CVS. Y’all getting on my nerves, but they, but how are you going to give convicts the vaccine before me?
[00:10:27] Donyetta: [00:10:27] What can social distance,
[00:10:29] Kim: [00:10:29] let them give it to each other?
[00:10:31] Like what, how you give a free person has out in the universe, the backseat, like, I, I don’t understand it.
[00:10:39] Donyetta: [00:10:39] And they got, have a roommate. In the cell. Yeah. Hold up. I don’t know why I thought it made dog with
[00:10:46] Kim: [00:10:46] my problem. Did what you did to get into Mia. You guys, the way they should be last night. Well,
[00:10:51] Donyetta: [00:10:51] what about other people appeal and stuff.
[00:10:53] Cause they in there fall asleep.
[00:10:56] Kim: [00:10:56] That ain’t my
[00:10:56] Donyetta: [00:10:56] problem just caught up. I got locked [00:11:00] up tomorrow. Let
[00:11:00] Kim: [00:11:00] me wait. I just, I just watched manhunt on Netflix. Did you see that? So it’s about the bombing of the Olympics in Atlanta in, um, 96.
[00:11:14] Donyetta: [00:11:14] Yeah. So,
[00:11:14] Kim: [00:11:14] you know, they falsely accused this guy and the real bomber, he was still on the loose and he was bombing other places and they finally put it together in the end.
[00:11:22] They got him, but he’s in solitary confinement and a supermax prison. Is he going to get it before me?
[00:11:30] Donyetta: [00:11:30] I don’t think I want to take it, but I didn’t get the first iPhone and the first Apple watch either,
[00:11:35] Kim: [00:11:35] you know,
[00:11:36] Donyetta: [00:11:36] like I’m not one of those people that like runs out and does the first of many things, you know what I’m saying?
[00:11:41] And so like, I don’t, I’m not a conspiracy theorist, but I like for stuff to be like tested, tried and true before I jumped on the bandwagon. And then I work from homes. So, unless I’m at home Depot buying like drills and stuff, um, pretty much, you know.
[00:11:58] Kim: [00:11:58] Yeah. Yeah. I [00:12:00] am. I just don’t take aback. Like I never get the flu vaccine.
[00:12:05] Donyetta: [00:12:05] I got it the day before I went to Macondo. So I got it a week ago, a week ago today.
[00:12:11] Kim: [00:12:11] I got it. One time in my life. In that year, the outbreak of the flu was like crazy. And I remember my boss, she was going frantic. You know, like she was getting on my nerves, let me go get this fucking flu shot. Oh,
[00:12:25] Donyetta: [00:12:25] CVS. I went to pick up something he’s like, you want to get the flu shot?
[00:12:29] And I was like, no. And then a month later, do you want to get the flu? They’ve asked me every time I go in there. So I was like, okay, I’ll get it. But I don’t think I started getting the flu shot to my first job, like in the bank and field. And then they would have like somebody come to the bank, um, like in the corporate offices and give us the flu shot for free.
[00:12:47] So that’s how I started. So I was in my late twenties when I started that.
[00:12:52] Kim: [00:12:52] I just want to know all these people that are getting COVID now, are they have they had it before? Cause I [00:13:00] read people that have been getting it twice. Like people think they were to it. Like, you’re not immune.
[00:13:05] Donyetta: [00:13:05] I haven’t, I know people who’ve had it more than once.
[00:13:07] Yeah, I think, cause it depends. I think it depends on how long the antibodies remain in your system. And so since this is a novel and novels, like new or novel does mean new virus. I don’t think they really there’s. No like a lot of long-term history on it. So I know people who’ve gotten it like
[00:13:24] Kim: [00:13:24] two, three times because he thought he had it in December.
[00:13:29] Donyetta: [00:13:29] I think I had it earlier this year, looking back on it, I went to the doctor and the doctor told me I had an upper respiratory infection and, you know, I used to travel so much for work. I just thought I had picked up something in the airport and you know, I wasn’t eating, um, in drinking enough water. So I really thought I was just looking back on and I’m like, but all black people be like,
[00:13:54] Kim: [00:13:54] just told me to save big, like.
[00:13:56] He’s like he was in Europe in September [00:14:00] and in September he said it was Russian and Chinese people will kind of people fly. And he said he was sick for like two weeks. Like couldn’t breathe. And this was September. No one knew anything in September.
[00:14:15] Donyetta: [00:14:15] All right, ladies and gentlemen, we are now to the song pick of the week selection where Kim and I both pick a song of the week and we add it to our Le Twins Experience playlist that Kim has carefully curated, and that you’re going to subscribe to on Spotify.
[00:14:33] So Kim, what’s your song pick of the week?
[00:14:37] Kim: [00:14:37] So my song pick of the
[00:14:39] Donyetta: [00:14:39] week, Israel,
[00:14:40] Kim: [00:14:40] Megan, thee stallion.
[00:14:43] Donyetta: [00:14:43] Yeah. I was
[00:14:46] Kim: [00:14:46] waiting for you to do that,
[00:14:51] but I liked the song. It’s like a little mob now I’m a, B I T C H.
[00:14:57] Donyetta: [00:14:57] It reminds you of like, For me, it [00:15:00] reminds me of like Cali music, like Snoop Dogg, back in the day you got that West coast flow. I like it
[00:15:06] Kim: [00:15:06] from
[00:15:08] Donyetta: [00:15:08] Houston would be on say, Hey, Hey,
[00:15:12] Kim: [00:15:12] you know, so trying to get you to perform with her at the Grammy’s.
[00:15:16] I think I read.
[00:15:18] Donyetta: [00:15:18] Oh, I couldn’t take all of that. Goodness. On one stage.
[00:15:22] Kim: [00:15:22] I don’t know what they gonna do. It’s going to just be asked everywhere.
[00:15:25] Donyetta: [00:15:25] Has for D like ass. Yeah. Today Kim got, send me a video BSA with a flat belly.
[00:15:33] Kim: [00:15:33] Beyonce had a cup and just NASA at all. NASA talk, no
[00:15:38] Donyetta: [00:15:38] ass. Oh, what song was that? She was singing.
[00:15:43] It wasn’t too long ago.
[00:15:45] Kim: [00:15:45] No, it was like. That was after she had blue Ivy. Right.
[00:15:51] Donyetta: [00:15:51] Did she do one of those crash diets to get skinny after blue Ivy?
[00:15:56] Kim: [00:15:56] I don’t know, but you just don’t develop hips and ass, no matter how much [00:16:00] yang you, like. If you ain’t have hips to begin with, like, you don’t get hips, it don’t happen like that. You either born with them or you grow into them as you get older.
[00:16:10] Well, I
[00:16:11] Donyetta: [00:16:11] always remember her having hips, but that booty and I remember people like, Oh, be honest, they booty so big. I used to be like, no, I said, BSA has hips. Oh, booty looked like,
[00:16:21] Kim: [00:16:21] but if you look at her
[00:16:23] Donyetta: [00:16:23] flapjacks,
[00:16:24] Kim: [00:16:24] her hips now they don’t even look real. They’re just like,
[00:16:29] Donyetta: [00:16:29] well, I thought she was wearing all those contour clothes.
[00:16:34] Kim: [00:16:34] No outfits
[00:16:35] Donyetta: [00:16:35] have those like propeller hips, like back to the
[00:16:37] Kim: [00:16:37] future. And when I saw those Ivy park ads, I said, Beyonce doesn’t have words. You got some
[00:16:45] Donyetta: [00:16:45] ads. I think she got inserts into her parent outfits,
[00:16:48] Kim: [00:16:48] no behind in this video, like
[00:16:52] Donyetta: [00:16:52] it was bad.
[00:16:55] Kim: [00:16:55] Like I don’t care how much squats you do. I don’t [00:17:00] care how much weight you gained.
[00:17:01] Yo ass is not going to be perfect and hard like that without help. It’s just, it shouldn’t be hard
[00:17:08] Donyetta: [00:17:08] ever. I know women who like do squats, even they booties ain’t hard, but
[00:17:15] Kim: [00:17:15] it’s hard. It knows Ivy park. As she walked in that button did not move a lick.
[00:17:21] Donyetta: [00:17:21] Maybe they photo shopped it out of it. Cause it was just so Gigli
[00:17:28] does she had that?
[00:17:29] Kim: [00:17:29] I love you B but you shouldn’t have got that booty done girl. You was fine the way you was. Hmm.
[00:17:34] Donyetta: [00:17:34] Jean was like, I see these a lot of, a lot of fitness models, the ones that were really, really skinny and they’ve built their booty, but number one that took them years to do number two, they follow a strict diet and number three, it’s still not hard.
[00:17:47] Kim: [00:17:47] It’s not. It’s nice. It’s like an ass you want to,
[00:17:52] Donyetta: [00:17:52] but you got to like eat certain proteins and carbs and stuff and I ain’t with it. So I don’t follow their fitness plans, but I like to double tap on the [00:18:00] pictures though. That’s it? Do we say what the song was?
[00:18:04] Kim: [00:18:04] Yeah, I’m a, B
[00:18:05] Donyetta: [00:18:05] I T C
[00:18:06] Kim: [00:18:06] H. That’s what the song is called B I T C H look it up.
[00:18:10] Donyetta: [00:18:10] I like it. I like it a lot. And I think she does that, like in the first one. Yes, she
[00:18:17] Kim: [00:18:17] does. And I didn’t realize it. It’s a use. That’s a big edge. She surely does. So what’s your pickup a week?
[00:18:27] Donyetta: [00:18:27] My pick of the week. You don’t know, I’m not from Atlanta, but I love Atlanta and it’s an Atlanta artist. Summer Walker.
[00:18:35] Girls need love
[00:18:37] Kim: [00:18:37] she’s from Atlanta.
[00:18:41] Donyetta: [00:18:41] She used to be a, um, some people say stripper or some people say dancer,
[00:18:46] Kim: [00:18:46] she was a script. She was a script.
[00:18:49] Donyetta: [00:18:49] Yeah. Bands and make cut dance. And now she’s like the singer and she has an awesome voice.
[00:18:54] Kim: [00:18:54] I like her. You say song too. Is that her? [00:19:00] Okay. No, that
[00:19:01] Donyetta: [00:19:01] might be, this song is really, uh, I mean, as we get to the end of the song is okay, but like them first few lyrics,
[00:19:14] Kim: [00:19:14] is she the one with the tattoos all over her?
[00:19:17] Donyetta: [00:19:17] Yes. All over in different piercings and stuff.
[00:19:22] Kim: [00:19:22] Um,
[00:19:23] Donyetta: [00:19:23] and don’t on the playlist. Don’t put the one with Drake in it. Don’t put the remix. I just liked the one with summer Walker. Man I’m hydrated in a mother this week. Let’s see. Black girl. Yeah. This was such a struggle this week.
[00:19:42] I need y’all to be magical out there because we had to find like, look for this. And I’ll let Kim talk about it. Cause I forgot what we’ve put on the list because it was so hard to find.
[00:19:53] Kim: [00:19:53] I think it’s just the holiday time and there’s just not a lot going on right now. You know, like news.
[00:20:00] [00:19:59] Donyetta: [00:19:59] Oh.
[00:20:00] Kim: [00:20:00] But I was watching, what was I watching on stars?
[00:20:06] Oh, I was watching that dog on power.
[00:20:09] Donyetta: [00:20:09] Tyree need his ass. No, it’s good.
[00:20:13] Kim: [00:20:13] Now, like, I don’t know. They must have got some new writers in or went back to the writers from the first season. Cause rubbing the first season of Powell was pounding
[00:20:19] Donyetta: [00:20:19] the last season.
[00:20:21] Kim: [00:20:21] No, it’s like, uh
[00:20:22] Donyetta: [00:20:22] it’s.
[00:20:24] Kim: [00:20:24] Yes,
[00:20:25] Donyetta: [00:20:25] I refuse.
[00:20:27] Kim: [00:20:27] Have you watched any episodes?
[00:20:30] Donyetta: [00:20:30] No, because when I tell you, if I see the person who even plays Tyreek in the, you know, everybody being lit it small, I swear to God, I swear folk up. I’m an stone cold, Steve
[00:20:43] Kim: [00:20:43] Austin. No, we, we all wanted to kill Tyreek, but the spinoff is good. Like I was skeptical. I was like, I’m not, I waited, uh, you know, to like two, three episodes.
[00:20:53] And then I watched them all back to back and it’s actually really good. Like I’m shocked.
[00:20:57] Donyetta: [00:20:57] Is
[00:20:58] Kim: [00:20:58] he still being an ass? No. [00:21:00] Not at all it met the man. Let me tell
[00:21:06] Donyetta: [00:21:06] method. Mix. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Oh gosh. Met the man had this sex scene.
[00:21:16] Kim: [00:21:16] I said method.
[00:21:27] Donyetta: [00:21:27] I got somebody stars, Pascoe. I’ll watch it. Yeah.
[00:21:31] Kim: [00:21:31] Me and body.
[00:21:33] Donyetta: [00:21:33] I’m gonna watch Nollywood movies. When we do finish doing that,
[00:21:36] Kim: [00:21:36] let’s say you got to watch it just with method, man, like method, bed, and Mary’s on there. She’s a horrible actor. I don’t know why they had married.
[00:21:44] Donyetta: [00:21:44] She can’t dance. She can’t act
[00:21:47] Kim: [00:21:47] terrible.
[00:21:47] Like she’s herself. Like when I be married, that’s what I expect. Like how she’s acting on the show. Like. She’s horrible, but you know who else is in there? Remember the guy that played Bobby Brown and I’m [00:22:00] the new edition he’s in it. And he’s still a crazy ass MFR,
[00:22:08] Donyetta: [00:22:08] which is why he did mommy so well.
[00:22:10] Kim: [00:22:10] Exactly.
[00:22:11] And when I look at him, I’m like that dog, Bobby Brown, he like, but he’s good. I want you to watch it. I went off on
[00:22:18] Donyetta: [00:22:18] another show. I supposed to watch. You told me it’s a few episodes is like 30 minutes each. She was like, watch it so we can talk about it on the Michelle.
[00:22:28] Kim: [00:22:28] Oh, the undo. See you all lay everybody in a, the undo it with Nicole.
[00:22:32] Can you too late for that? Now that ended like two weeks ago. You, you too, like, I’m need you to catch
[00:22:38] Donyetta: [00:22:38] up. They’ll listen to us. Talk about it.
[00:22:41] Kim: [00:22:41] That show was good. The undoing on HBO
[00:22:44] Donyetta: [00:22:44] and doing. HP. Do I have somebody? Yeah. I got some at HP though.
[00:22:47] Kim: [00:22:47] Passcode. All right. Cause y’all know, we ain’t got no cable. We got no,
[00:22:52] Donyetta: [00:22:52] I got the same person, Starz and HBO pass code.
[00:22:57] Kim: [00:22:57] Well, all you need is their cable login and you can [00:23:00] log in to everything.
[00:23:02] Donyetta: [00:23:02] Well, see, I don’t, they don’t have cable either, but they pay for the apps. And so like, I used to have somebody else’s past code that I was dating and then he had a petty moment and change his passcode. So I went to go watch insecure.
[00:23:22] But it was okay. I just asked to do that. She was always worried about for his, and he gave it to me
[00:23:27] Kim: [00:23:27] and
[00:23:34] cheers to that.
[00:23:36] Donyetta: [00:23:36] And still I rise. Okay.
[00:23:39] Kim: [00:23:39] All right. So black girl magic of this week is not okay. To a particular person it’s for a new show. W we were talking about stars and power because this new show was coming on stars. So this new show is called, run the world. It’s on stars, it’s starving three professional black [00:24:00] woman.
[00:24:00] And if you watch the trailer, it’s like the new age sex in the city. Like it’s just something that I need a little entertainment because. I’m watching Grey’s anatomy and every episode is about COVID like, I’m about to quit. Every episode is about co yeah.
[00:24:20] Donyetta: [00:24:20] Grays anatomy. The last time I watched Grey’s anatomy was.
[00:24:24] Maybe about 10 years ago, that crazy man came into the hospital was shooting everybody up. And the chief was still that black man
[00:24:30] Kim: [00:24:30] girl, Dana may remember that episode. Yes. Grey’s anatomy to may Meredith gate COVID she been, uh, like unconscious for like four episodes. She finally woke up and now she’s back unconscious and on, uh, uh, Uh, the machine, the vent she’s on the vent.
[00:24:49] Donyetta: [00:24:49] She’s still married to that fine doctor, like 10 years ago. Where you, what did he die? I told her I hadn’t watched it. The chief was still the black [00:25:00] man. When I watched the
[00:25:00] Kim: [00:25:00] girl was an alcoholic. He back
[00:25:05] Donyetta: [00:25:05] Nan Dan, Debbie Allen was on there right
[00:25:07] Kim: [00:25:07] here. She’s the chief’s wife. But they haven’t problems
[00:25:11] Donyetta: [00:25:11] member make dreamy.
[00:25:12] It makes theme.
[00:25:13] Kim: [00:25:13] No, they been gone for years. Where are you? But I can’t talk to you. I can’t talk
[00:25:17] Donyetta: [00:25:17] to them. That’s why I stopped watching it. Yeah, no, I be watching TV. I just be over here with power drills in my own little world.
[00:25:26] Kim: [00:25:26] Mm. Mm. But look at here, these three women did 30 somethings. They live in Harlem.
[00:25:31] You know, they dress them fly they’re professionals. It’s I think it’s just, it’s going to be a good show. So I think this is one that you guys should look out for. When is it coming out?
[00:25:41] Donyetta: [00:25:41] I’m skeptical.
[00:25:43] Kim: [00:25:43] Listen, we don’t have many black shows. The one I have, like, I don’t like what’s the one on ABC with Tracy Ellis Ross.
[00:25:55] Grown-up. What does Sasha lack ish. We might get grownups from
[00:26:00] [00:26:00] Donyetta: [00:26:00] Grown-ish is the spinoff with the daughter. Okay.
[00:26:03] Kim: [00:26:03] I know. I
[00:26:04] Donyetta: [00:26:04] find on the right track,
[00:26:06] Kim: [00:26:06] I tried to wash out, but I could never get into it. I like blue. We were a black lady sketch show.
[00:26:13] Donyetta: [00:26:13] What is
[00:26:13] Kim: [00:26:13] that?
[00:26:14] Donyetta: [00:26:14] That was on HBO.
[00:26:16] Kim: [00:26:16] I don’t know. It was like a comedy sketch show and we had
[00:26:18] Donyetta: [00:26:18] insecure.
[00:26:19] Are we going to have new
[00:26:20] Kim: [00:26:20] episodes? And cause it was coming back, it’s coming back, but look insecure as like, it happens on it in the summer. And it’s so short and they’re like 30 it’s like over before it starts. Like I need y’all to make insecure now.
[00:26:34] Donyetta: [00:26:34] I don’t want a new, like living single or a sex in the city.
[00:26:38] Like just leave them alone. We
[00:26:40] Kim: [00:26:40] sound lighting.
[00:26:43] Donyetta: [00:26:43] No. What else is probably not gonna watch it?
[00:26:46] Kim: [00:26:46] What other black shows do we have? Like, I can’t even think of any Blackstone.
[00:26:51] Donyetta: [00:26:51] The Nollywood movies that I’m watching on that
[00:26:53] Kim: [00:26:53] movies, which shows that we have on TV,
[00:26:56] Donyetta: [00:26:56] they have Nollywood shows. I’ve been watching those too.
[00:27:00] [00:27:00] It’s all the same actors in the movie.
[00:27:04] Kim: [00:27:04] Not they all, I watch it is reality TV. Like there’s nothing
[00:27:08] Donyetta: [00:27:08] I need. I think the only thing we got to them, dad gone Housewives. Of Atlanta reality that we’re the living Gwinette. Okay.
[00:27:15] Kim: [00:27:15] And there this episode, Gwynedd
[00:27:20] Donyetta: [00:27:20] the real Housewives of Duluth.
[00:27:25] Kim: [00:27:25] Did they say portion those way out or what’s bubbled I’ve ever had mad to day when it comes to? Cause he said she lived too far.
[00:27:35] Donyetta: [00:27:35] I can’t go.
[00:27:36] Kim: [00:27:36] He said it like an hour to get to your house. It’s too far. Well, she left Atlanta.
[00:27:41] Donyetta: [00:27:41] Traffic is like, no, the only thing worse than Atlanta traffic, I think might be New York and LA is garbage. He
[00:27:48] Kim: [00:27:48] lived downtown. He’s like, I can’t cut out. Like I can’t, it’s too far. That’s like when I come down there and my friends want me to come see her, like.
[00:27:56] Driving an hour to go over. That’s like a two [00:28:00] hour commute.
[00:28:00] Donyetta: [00:28:00] It’s too far.
[00:28:02] Kim: [00:28:02] It’s too. It
[00:28:03] Donyetta: [00:28:03] only take me an hour and a half to get to Alabama from Atlanta. Like why would I spend an hour getting to your house in
[00:28:08] Kim: [00:28:08] Atlanta from New York is two hours. I could fly home for the day back to your house. Why is it taking so long?
[00:28:18] Donyetta: [00:28:18] Paula Atlanta. I love Atlanta. The only thing I’ve done and people always ask me that, do you like Atlanta? I love Atlanta. The only thing I don’t like is the traffic like, Ooh, all right, ladies and gentlemen, now we are at the segment that we call bullshit of the week, where we tell you the things that caught our attention.
[00:28:33] And some of them are rightfully bullshit. So, and
[00:28:37] Kim: [00:28:37] especially disburse one, because Snoop Dogg
[00:28:42] Donyetta: [00:28:42] let’s start off with
[00:28:43] Kim: [00:28:43] a group. I got hit. So I’ve got about a Y like. How he doesn’t like wop,
[00:28:51] Donyetta: [00:28:51] leave something to the match,
[00:28:52] Kim: [00:28:52] not session. Right. Message. How many bitches and hoes that scoop talk about in his day?
[00:29:05] [00:29:00] Donyetta: [00:29:05] I remember that first
[00:29:06] Kim: [00:29:06] for him to be out here
[00:29:07] Donyetta: [00:29:07] on video, they had where they were playing volleyball and the gas, like up behind the girl in the, um, did her bathing suit top?
[00:29:13] Kim: [00:29:13] Yes.
[00:29:15] Donyetta: [00:29:15] Yeah.
[00:29:16] Kim: [00:29:16] Like, I know you like 55 years old now, so
[00:29:19] Donyetta: [00:29:19] I need him. I need him to be like, older than that.
[00:29:26] Kim: [00:29:26] We all get up there at age, but just because you own now Domina, you get to criticize.
[00:29:32] I mean, I don’t like that. They shaking they ass either, but I wasn’t out there shaking my ass and watching the girl shake they ass 30 years ago to tell them to not shake they ass today. Like. What kind of hypocrite are you?
[00:29:43] Donyetta: [00:29:43] He’s saying now that he’s older and he has a daughter, like he sees the differently and, um, I can see how people can change as they get older, but they asked offset about it also.
[00:29:54] It was like, I don’t get in female business.
[00:29:58] Kim: [00:29:58] No, like a little
[00:30:00] [00:29:59] Donyetta: [00:29:59] bit at all.
[00:30:02] Kim: [00:30:02] I mean, come on, like you had a daughter back then, so you didn’t just have a daughter in the side to wife. Yeah. Yeah, no, I remember mine. My dad
[00:30:14] Donyetta: [00:30:14] had Doggystyle album, which was snips for his album and I could not listen to it. I remember the album cover, like my dad had it, but I couldn’t listen to it.
[00:30:24] And so, um, this might’ve been a situation where you changed your mind and now that you’re older, you feel a different way, but she’s still just don’t even comment on it. Just don’t comment on everything.
[00:30:35] Kim: [00:30:35] Tell tell your friends and tell your wife. You don’t have to make a public display about this,
[00:30:42] Donyetta: [00:30:42] whereas, and tell your wife that ladies and gentlemen might be the name of his show.
[00:30:45] Like debate your wife. Don’t debate me. Tell your friends and tell your wife. I think I liked that Kim.
[00:30:54] Kim: [00:30:54] Me too. Cause nobody else cares.
[00:31:02] [00:31:00] Have you seen his hair lately? Like Ooh, told him that he is,
[00:31:06] Donyetta: [00:31:06] he’s still doing like the DJ quit hair. Like the straight perm?
[00:31:11] Kim: [00:31:11] No, he has locks, but they are all like all the way down to his butt. No, I think there is.
[00:31:19] Donyetta: [00:31:19] I remember he had that song walk up in his mother shake just to shake my head. I remember he had him and DJ Quik had a oppressing per foot ass.
[00:31:29] I know thing. No,
[00:31:30] Kim: [00:31:30] but his edge is a lady.
[00:31:35] Donyetta: [00:31:35] I remember still be swept. Shirley temple curls. Yeah, scoop had that good hair,
[00:31:41] Kim: [00:31:41] got that good hair, those locks of his, and they are down, they all locked,
[00:31:46] Donyetta: [00:31:46] but he didn’t, you’ll be wearing a satin bond. And in some of his videos, I forgot about that. All right. So who doesn’t like, why he thinks that lady should leave something to the imagination?
[00:31:57] He said, it’s too trendy [00:32:00] to talk about. I guess whopping wet. I got a bucket and a mop. How do we get to macaroni aside from a month, a bucket and a mop.
[00:32:18] Kim: [00:32:18] And, uh, back that pot that Matt Chuck redness, little cup rock. Listen, I think
[00:32:26] Donyetta: [00:32:26] that’s long as the bottom. I like, I can’t
[00:32:31] Kim: [00:32:31] I don’t
[00:32:31] Donyetta: [00:32:31] know, but we need to add it.
[00:32:33] Kim: [00:32:33] I like that song, but I agree with him that women need to leave something to imagination, but I Snoop dog. I can say that on his podcast, he can’t, he cannot
[00:32:45] Donyetta: [00:32:45] shoot isn’t too
[00:32:49] Kim: [00:32:49] trendy. Wrong with a little wop.
[00:32:52] Donyetta: [00:32:52] Isn’t too trendy.
[00:32:54] Kim: [00:32:54] That’s what these little girls are doing today.
[00:32:56] Like, and that’s, it is [00:33:00] now. It is a trend now, but, but it’s always been a trend though.
[00:33:04] Donyetta: [00:33:04] I’m thinking like female empowerment too. Cause it’s always been this double standard where men can talk about these types of things and then women can’t. So now that women are doing it, is that why it’s too trendy? But cause like we said, Snoop been talking about ratchet stuff since we were like 12, 13, I might be 40.
[00:33:24] Kim: [00:33:24] Shh. Don’t tell everybody that.
[00:33:28] Donyetta: [00:33:28] I only tell y’all because I don’t look like it. Black don’t crack. So like, if I look like the dry and old, I’d probably be like, Oh, it’s my fifth twenties first birthday. But, um, let me think
[00:33:43] Kim: [00:33:43] me, like, I liked the song, but I don’t want to watch the video. Like I don’t want to see y’all y’all’s ass.
[00:33:50] I don’t want to see all of that.
[00:33:52] Donyetta: [00:33:52] I liked the video me. Like,
[00:33:54] Kim: [00:33:54] I like
[00:33:55] Donyetta: [00:33:55] watching, like to see what people can do. I like the outfits. I like the bodies, even if [00:34:00] y’all paid for them. And I was like, Oh, that’s a cameo by such and such. Oh, that’s the cameo by such and such. Now is that the version of Diana that walks around?
[00:34:09] No darling.
[00:34:11] Kim: [00:34:11] Well, you know, why sex sells if they will sell, or if Tiana Taylor was selling records, like they will be doing with Tiana. Taylor does, but it’s dead. That’s not what sells these days showing me yo
[00:34:23] Donyetta: [00:34:23] ass, having us out. But
[00:34:26] Kim: [00:34:26] I made the girl, like
[00:34:28] Donyetta: [00:34:28] I remember like, so I have, I’ve always had like clear distinctions, like, so even when we were back, like in middle school, early high school, like I listened to little Kim and I appreciated her music and I liked it, but that’s not necessarily the version of me.
[00:34:41] I think I can differentiate. But I also, like, I listened to a lot of like male hip hop too. Like I used to be infamous for like when I was a freshman in college until these dudes, I don’t love these holes. And that Snoop too. And I used to be like, man, you don’t love us. I really don’t love y’all. [00:35:00] So I think I can differentiate, but is it too?
[00:35:04] Is it too trendy now? The song I put on the playlist today, I mean, Listen to it and you’ll figure it out now I’m torn. But remember people thought BSA was a heifer cause she made that song video fall. And they’d be like, she’s talking about sexting and recording meeting chow
[00:35:30] Kim: [00:35:30] is she did it in a nice way.
[00:35:31] Like. We can’t win. It’s always double standard with women and we just, we, we can’t win. They won’t let us live, but I think that Snoop dog needs to shut the app up. Like nobody cares. Nobody cares about your opinion, Snoop they’re artists, just as you are an artist. People back in the day. I’m sure they said that you shouldn’t have said a lot of shit, you said, but you kept one with it.
[00:35:58] Donyetta: [00:35:58] You remember looking into the [00:36:00] lab? They couldn’t come in certain cities and do concerts.
[00:36:03] Kim: [00:36:03] You know,
[00:36:04] Donyetta: [00:36:04] I think men
[00:36:05] Kim: [00:36:05] in general,
[00:36:07] Donyetta: [00:36:07] not all men, but there are a lot of men who have problems with women who like, talk about like their sexuality, you know, that’s the, that’s exactly what is being talked about in the song that I put on the playlist today.
[00:36:19] But like, I don’t know. And it’s so weird because when it comes to sex, y’all don’t have any powers. Like I say, women have sex with who they want to men have sex with who they can.
[00:36:29] Kim: [00:36:29] Hello.
[00:36:30] Donyetta: [00:36:30] Like I don’t ever, I’ve never thought, Oh, I don’t know if he wants to sleep with me or not. Y’all probably do. Cause y’all are just like that.
[00:36:37] But yeah. Women who have sex with who they want to y’all man. Y’all y’all always do exactly. So for y’all to have so little power, but then like have such big voices that’s in Napoleon complex, which is study little thing. Yes.
[00:36:54] In other study stuff too.
[00:36:57] Kim: [00:36:57] What
[00:37:00] [00:37:00] Donyetta: [00:37:00] I did. Hey, ladies and gentlemen, other bullshit of the week are also cute. Light-skinned friend Kendrick Sampson. Wait, that’s his last name? Samson. I’ve never met anybody with the last name, Samson. Hey, . I don’t like it. No Sanford and son Sampson. Where does what? His last night? His real last name?
[00:37:30] Kim: [00:37:30] Yes, it is.
[00:37:31] So he was down there and Carta Haina with Daniela till the cohort birthday, but COVID happened.
[00:37:39] Donyetta: [00:37:39] And got punched and, Oh, he’s the, um, he is, what is his name on insecure? He was Easter raised boyfriend or insecure, and then he just went ghost
[00:37:50] Kim: [00:37:50] on her. Any bad
[00:37:51] Donyetta: [00:37:51] Daniel, what was it? No, Danny was a dark skinned brother that she cheated on Lawrence.
[00:37:56] When, what was his [00:38:00] name?
[00:38:02] Kim: [00:38:02] Wait, Nathan DB.
[00:38:04] Donyetta: [00:38:04] He does Nathan on insecure. Oh,
[00:38:07] Kim: [00:38:07] the Barbara. Remember he was a barber.
[00:38:09] Donyetta: [00:38:09] Yeah. And they had sex on that fear as well at, uh, Coachella.
[00:38:15] Kim: [00:38:15] East is a hot mess. I remember he came back, he disappeared and then came back
[00:38:23] Donyetta: [00:38:23] because he’s bipolar. Remember he said he’s bipolar and he just had to, but we’re going off on us.
[00:38:28] He got punched in the face.
[00:38:31] Kim: [00:38:31] Y’all have, y’all seen his video. I don’t know what he was doing, but the officer. Caught him with the left and you know, you don’t see the left coming, right? The right. You’ll see coming. Yeah, laugh
[00:38:43] Donyetta: [00:38:43] big. I can hit anybody with my left hand. It’s so weak.
[00:38:46] Kim: [00:38:46] You got to come from the hook, you got to hook them
[00:38:49] Donyetta: [00:38:49] and then hit him with the right.
[00:38:51] Kim: [00:38:51] No, he cocked him with the left, took his gun out and cocked the gun back
[00:38:55] Donyetta: [00:38:55] like, Oh, he’s on some matrix stuff.
[00:38:58] Kim: [00:38:58] He cocked the gun so [00:39:00] quick. I thought he was going to shoot. Like, it was crazy.
[00:39:02] Donyetta: [00:39:02] Let me wash this man. Yeah, watch
[00:39:05] Kim: [00:39:05] how quick it, that cop,
[00:39:07] Donyetta: [00:39:07] like, I don’t want mean left hook.
[00:39:10] Kim: [00:39:10] He can’t quick
[00:39:12] Donyetta: [00:39:12] Brown people, right?
[00:39:15] Kim: [00:39:15] Yeah, like Colombians come in a little shade. Like you’ll have some that are light and you’ll have some that are black like us. Oh my goodness,
[00:39:22] Donyetta: [00:39:22] how wrong the police hit him. And he just fell to the ground. That’s just
[00:39:27] Kim: [00:39:27] like one expected my left.
[00:39:30] Donyetta: [00:39:30] Cause that’s cause he light-skinned. That’s what, like when they get weighed down, you got hit with a love hand and you fell to the ground.
[00:39:43] Kim: [00:39:43] He fell. Cause he’s he got
[00:39:49] Donyetta: [00:39:49] that’s what light-skinned dudes do. It was so dramatic. Listen,
[00:39:54] Kim: [00:39:54] he wasn’t expecting a mat at all. But yeah, they took [00:40:00] him in and then, um, I saw him when he posted that, um, they wanted him to give an account of what happened, like to pick out, you know, basically rat on the officer. I dunno. I just hope that his behind is out of Carnahan.
[00:40:19] Donyetta: [00:40:19] I’m still supposed to go in April for this next birthday. Oh, wow. I have to get the vaccine to go. Should I get it?
[00:40:28] Kim: [00:40:28] Oh, we going to see what happened? Cause people will have had it for a couple months, three months.
[00:40:33] Donyetta: [00:40:33] Now I am legend on Yetta
[00:40:35] Kim: [00:40:35] girl. You ain’t gonna be able to get it anyway. Did I tell you what you at the bottom of the
[00:40:39] Donyetta: [00:40:39] list?
[00:40:39] Like, but if I get on like some travel list, am I supposed to have to get it?
[00:40:46] Kim: [00:40:46] Uh, all right. Yeah. So this one is a doozy. Tyler
[00:40:53] Donyetta: [00:40:53] bullshit
[00:40:55] Kim: [00:40:55] is donating a hundred thousand dollars to Kenneth Walker’s [00:41:00] legal defense fund. And I just asked Donyetta who’s Kenneth Walker. I had no idea.
[00:41:07] the one that was with her when she was murdered,
[00:41:12] Donyetta: [00:41:12] I got to get smokes I’m over it. So he has to have legal defense because as you all know, when the police bum rush on announced. The apartment where Brianna Taylor and Kenneth Walker were sleeping. He, um, has a pistol that he is licensed and able to carry.
[00:41:29] And he shot at one of the police officers where he shot not knowing who was bummed, rushing the apartment. He hit. One of the police officers that police officer is suing him.
[00:41:38] Kim: [00:41:38] Jonathan Mattingly,
[00:41:41] Donyetta: [00:41:41] um, discussed, yo y’all make me
[00:41:43] Kim: [00:41:43] sick. Let’s go find his Facebook and his Instagram and blow his ass up. So he was bullied during the raid and he claims that he suffered severe trauma, mental, anguish, and emotional [00:42:00] distress.
[00:42:04] He’s on his bullshit because.
[00:42:07] Donyetta: [00:42:07] We need to send him,
[00:42:08] Kim: [00:42:08] does he still have a job?
[00:42:11] Donyetta: [00:42:11] Let’s see. Let’s type his name in Google. We’re going to see. So this man has to a deal with the murder of his girlfriend, and now he has to create a legal defense, even though y’all wrongfully came in the wrong apartment, you came unannounced.
[00:42:26] How, how are we here? How did we get on this street? I need to know this is stupid.
[00:42:34] Kim: [00:42:34] Isn’t it rude? This is ridiculous.
[00:42:37] Donyetta: [00:42:37] He got that swoop hair, like Justin Bieber, like assholes, where to down
[00:42:42] Kim: [00:42:42] shaved on the side of like a fucking redneck Republican Trump loving piece of shit. Listen, what’s your name? Jonathan Madeley Mattingly suck a D.
[00:42:59] Donyetta: [00:42:59] There was [00:43:00] some DS on them.
[00:43:02] Kim: [00:43:02] You got something in her, you aided and killing an innocent woman, and you’re going to go and Sue her boyfriend, who you could have killed as well, because he was defending himself. Yeah, give me a freaking break. You’re lucky. You’re still alive. Beyond a teller is dead right now.
[00:43:24] You’re still living in cops still have not been arrested that killed Brianna Taylor. No, yo ass probably still got a job. So what are you suing him for? For what?
[00:43:33] Donyetta: [00:43:33] Think about the audacity. The car said, he
[00:43:37] Kim: [00:43:37] call Cassidy.
[00:43:39] Donyetta: [00:43:39] We know this was a world news topic. We know that those police offers his murder, Brianna Taylor, and you still have the balls to file a lawsuit.
[00:43:51] Like that’s just some sense of entitlement that I, as a black woman, that lives in us of a, we’ll never understand. [00:44:00] Now,
[00:44:00] Kim: [00:44:00] how does civil suits work? Is it just a judge or is there a jury there’s no jury on civil suits, right?
[00:44:06] Donyetta: [00:44:06] I’m not sure the only other civil suit that I just, no, no. Remember Nicole Brown’s family filed a civil suit, so OJ was found not guilty in the court against the murder, but they filed a civil suit.
[00:44:19] So. And he never passes.
[00:44:23] Kim: [00:44:23] He never paid
[00:44:24] Donyetta: [00:44:24] cause he went to prison for stealing years later and he wrote that book. He wrote that book if I get it, if you did that,
[00:44:32] Kim: [00:44:32] but look, he ain’t pay a dime to her family and he, Oh, they want millions. He didn’t pay a cent. It’s still a jail. He got out of jail.
[00:44:42] Donyetta: [00:44:42] He’s in jail finally got out, but he was in there like, woo.
[00:44:47] It was like karma things like where he didn’t go for the thing that people think he did. And individually he went so like with, um, remember Natalie Halloway went missing in Aruba with that guy and he like was never charged for her murder, [00:45:00] but then he killed somebody else’s. So now he’s in jail now it’s was like, Oh, karma.
[00:45:04] But yeah, the Comcast city. Right. The car Cassidy of this being such a hot topic in the country, and you have the balls to file a lawsuit.
[00:45:15] Kim: [00:45:15] Like you should be happy that you didn’t get charges filed against you. Now, this makes me wonder are the rest of them going to try to turn around and do the same thing?
[00:45:29] Donyetta: [00:45:29] I wouldn’t be shocked. I’m going to, I was about to say they bet not, but I wouldn’t be. And thank God for people like who still have their eyes on this. Like Tyler Perry kudos to you. Oh, bless you. Take Lizzo. Oh Lord. Oh. Cause I don’t know what she did. Yeah. Okay. I didn’t look. Cause you told me that look.
[00:45:46] Okay. Okay.
[00:45:48] Kim: [00:45:48] So we were just talking about Snoop Peyton on Cardi and them about why, right. So Lizzo. Goes ahead and posts on Instagram. [00:46:00] This is nothing related to that. Like, you know, similar topic and she’s just,
[00:46:10] Donyetta: [00:46:10] she’s naked. Like I’ve laid it there. Cause Kim said I’m opposed to sleep league, but don’t look at it yet.
[00:46:22] Okay, now she didn’t let it all hang out.
[00:46:26] Kim: [00:46:26] Like it’s all out.
[00:46:46] But wait, go to her page now and look at the post right before that
[00:46:49] Donyetta: [00:46:49] there’s video, what’s going to be in the video. Do I want to watch the
[00:46:52] Kim: [00:46:52] video, watch the video.
[00:47:02] [00:47:00] Donyetta: [00:47:02] That’s
[00:47:05] Kim: [00:47:05] like, look, I’m all for. Body positivity and you know, confidence and the way you love. But we just don’t like, she’s so talented. Like why do, why is she naked on Instagram? Why Eden she’s pulling up her backpack?
[00:47:29] Donyetta: [00:47:29] This video is so long. I thought Instagram had like a one minute limit.
[00:47:33] Kim: [00:47:33] Doesn’t it seem like it’s 10 minutes.
[00:47:35] Ooh. I asked close up, like, why is
[00:47:38] Donyetta: [00:47:38] that? Like eating pizza people
[00:47:41] Kim: [00:47:41] haven’t reported this,
[00:47:46] everything she does show. She might as well just take her panties off. Just take the panties off because you don’t show everything.
[00:47:54] Donyetta: [00:47:54] What’s the objective here?
[00:47:56] Kim: [00:47:56] No, like this is not body positive. Like, what is [00:48:00] this?
[00:48:05] Donyetta: [00:48:05] Well, let me read this caption. I detoxed my body and I’m still fat.
[00:48:15] I love my body and I’m still fat. I’m beautiful and I’m still fat. These things are not mutually exclusive to the people who look to me, please do not starve yourselves. I did not start myself a fit myself, greens and water and fruit and protein and sunlight. There should be. Is there not all of those? Um, like the grammar,
[00:48:34] Kim: [00:48:34] Queens and water and protein and sunlight.
[00:48:38] Donyetta: [00:48:38] You don’t have to do that to be beautiful or healthy. That was my way you can do life your way. Remember despite anything anyone says or does do what you want with your body, which I agree with. Um, I don’t maybe, cause I didn’t listen to the video with the sound on it. [00:49:00] It leaves me a little lost, cause I don’t want it to play through my microphone, but.
[00:49:04] I don’t know what the objective is here, but what, I took a picture on
[00:49:08] Kim: [00:49:08] the beach like two weeks ago, and I said, count to
[00:49:11] Donyetta: [00:49:11] three, one, two, three, sucked it in. And so, I don’t know,
[00:49:16] Kim: [00:49:16] but Joe ass wasn’t naked
[00:49:19] Donyetta: [00:49:19] again. That is true.
[00:49:23] Kim: [00:49:23] I don’t want to see all of that. I’m sorry. I don’t want to see Megan, the stallion negatives.
[00:49:28] I don’t want to see lizards big, old naked as either. I don’t want to see them.
[00:49:33] Donyetta: [00:49:33] Huh? Why couldn’t it just be Liz’s naked? She
[00:49:36] Kim: [00:49:36] says she’s fat. She’s fat. She, this does not look good. First of all, you’re not healthy. You’re not healthy. You’re overweight. You’re not healthy. You’re promoting bodies.
[00:49:46] Donyetta: [00:49:46] She be working out though.
[00:49:48] She do work out. I can’t do,
[00:49:50] Kim: [00:49:50] if you’re working out, that’s like when you, when people will be running five days a week, but you still beg, like isn’t because you’re going home and you’re eating ice cream. I like ice [00:50:00] cream. I like brownie. I like
[00:50:02] Donyetta: [00:50:02] a bad
[00:50:03] Kim: [00:50:03] day. Yeah, you could work out all you want. But if you look at the end of that video, she eating the pizza.
[00:50:12] Yeah, you can’t promote body positivity and you’re not being healthy. Like, come on, pick a side.
[00:50:21] Donyetta: [00:50:21] She implied the hell out of a balloon. Now she can,
[00:50:23] Kim: [00:50:23] she’s talented. Like you don’t need to do this. Keep your clothes on. You’re better than this. You’re beautiful. You’re big. You’re a beautiful woman. I’m all for it, but I’m not well for this.
[00:50:34] I want to hear your music. I want to see your talent. I don’t need to see yo ass in your roles on Instagram. That’s why I don’t follow you. What are you going to do when you have children and your children, Google you, and they see this shit. How you going to
[00:50:47] Donyetta: [00:50:47] explain,
[00:50:49] Kim: [00:50:49] you know, like this stuff, the internet, this is my like 10 years ago.
[00:50:53] The internet is forever. These pictures are on here forever until Instagram gets shuts down [00:51:00] and then somebody screenshot at them. You know those screenshots
[00:51:04] Donyetta: [00:51:04] because I’m the screenshot Kwame
[00:51:06] Kim: [00:51:06] they’re on all of these blogs, all of this lasts forever. When you have children that are going to Google this and say, mom, what is, what were you doing?
[00:51:14] What were you thinking back then? You look, you’re going to be like 55, like Snoop one day and say, what was I thinking naked 20 years ago? Why didn’t someone tell me not to do this? I don’t know. Maybe I’m approved. I don’t know. I just, I don’t want to see that. I don’t want to see it.
[00:51:34] Donyetta: [00:51:34] Well, it sorta goes back to what we said, like female rappers.
[00:51:37] Like you have to be shocking. Like if little cam didn’t come to that awards show with that pasty over one boob and the cat. What were you paid attention to her?
[00:51:46] Kim: [00:51:46] Look, little
[00:51:47] Donyetta: [00:51:47] cameras light is one of the greatest. Rappers of all time and nobody really paid attention to her. Cause she kept her clothes on and
[00:51:55] Kim: [00:51:55] you know what?
[00:51:56] I feel bad saying the camera, how to a white woman. Cause you know, they got their privilege [00:52:00] and they already got a leg up, but damn Lizzo, you got, you got talent girl, like, come on, put a new album out. Why don’t you do that?
[00:52:10] Donyetta: [00:52:10] But even be I say is like Beyonce as the leotard queen,
[00:52:15] Kim: [00:52:15] she is the leotard queen and she do be shown on her cheek.
[00:52:18] But look, the reality, the fact of the matter is that there is a double standard, like some things look good and some things don’t, that’s just the reality. That’s life.
[00:52:28] Donyetta: [00:52:28] But when you sent me, I said, blue don’t look good. Cause it looks like
[00:52:32] Kim: [00:52:32] fake and it’s hard, but look, didn’t we just talk about wearing a two piece and a one piece didn’t we talk about that?
[00:52:42] Donyetta: [00:52:42] um, I love me or me one piece, baby,
[00:52:45] Kim: [00:52:45] you know, like it’s certain things that you can leave to the imagination. We don’t, you don’t have to show everything.
[00:52:51] Donyetta: [00:52:51] Damn, thanks. Don’t let two piece I want is my, uh, chicken box from bypass. Okay.
[00:52:57] Kim: [00:52:57] I was thinking about Popeye’s the other day. Like I have [00:53:00] Popeye’s in a minute.
[00:53:02] Cause some of them was internet on TV. I was like, yeah,
[00:53:06] Donyetta: [00:53:06] I love that. That’s the same segment from
[00:53:11] Kim: [00:53:11] that’s my
[00:53:12] Donyetta: [00:53:12] method.
[00:53:17] the finger licking. Good.
[00:53:21] Kim: [00:53:21] I need John to go watch. I think it was two episodes ago with method, man.
[00:53:30] Donyetta: [00:53:30] What, what? So his body is real. I’m going to go watch it just because
[00:53:34] Kim: [00:53:34] Matt is, uh, he is, his body is okay. See you
[00:53:39] Donyetta: [00:53:39] back then. You didn’t want me remember y’all you like method man, back in the day? Cause he had that like lazy eye or something was, was wondering, but yeah, he been fine.
[00:53:48] Kim: [00:53:48] He was a little hoodlum back in the day, but now he had palace suits with muscles on the knee, like
[00:53:54] Donyetta: [00:53:54] mm,
[00:53:55] Kim: [00:53:55] mm mm, mm.
[00:54:01] [00:54:00] Donyetta: [00:54:01] We gotta get this out effect. We’re gonna do just a sound effect. Show,
[00:54:07] Kim: [00:54:07] wait, like them do sat on clubhouse in rooms, moaning from money.
[00:54:12] Donyetta: [00:54:12] Did you see that?
[00:54:18] No. O
[00:54:20] Kim: [00:54:20] M G way, have you heard a clubhouse? these dudes are in these room one dude, with a bunch of women and they’re in there moaning. Wait, I gotta send this to you. Can you see it on your computer?
[00:54:43] Donyetta: [00:54:43] Yeah, I’m
[00:54:43] Kim: [00:54:43] long dong. Oh my God. This is crazy. You need sound. You have to have the sound.
[00:54:54] Donyetta: [00:54:54] Oh,
[00:55:02] [00:55:00] Kim: [00:55:02] look, we can’t get copyrighted for this. So I’m gonna play this for y’all. Yeah, ready. So these do there’s this new app called clubhouse and it’s audio only. So you only have your avatar and you’re in a room with a bunch of people and everyone is talking. So this was a room where the ladies were going to pay the men moaned.
[00:55:32] Donyetta: [00:55:32] Hey, Hey,
[00:55:34] Kim: [00:55:34] this is what are the bed? What did the ropes? Yeah.
[00:55:45] Donyetta: [00:55:45] Throw that shit back.
[00:55:46] Kim: [00:55:46] Wait. And then they go to his Instagram. He’s showing his ID.
[00:55:49] Donyetta: [00:55:49] Okay.
[00:56:00] [00:56:00] You heard him say
[00:56:01] Kim: [00:56:01] Tom was up? Wait, give another one.
[00:56:18] What is the, it’s an economic too. I don’t understand.
[00:56:24] Donyetta: [00:56:24] I wish I wouldn’t be with a man. And that’s the way he be carrying on. Get out my bed. Bye.
[00:56:28] Kim: [00:56:28] For $300. You want, you want to add moment? I guess that’s like the, uh, The audio only fans. All right. Uh, we want to thank you all for tuning into another episode of Le Twins Experience
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[00:56:59] Kim: [00:56:59] and [00:57:00] look out for our next. Merge drop. It is coming. Yaba NASCOM footies shirts. We may or may not bring them back, but we got some new flashes
[00:57:10] Donyetta: [00:57:10] coming. Y’all gonna like
[00:57:12] Kim: [00:57:12] it. So, uh, make sure you look out for that and we will catch y’all on an Exelon
[00:57:25] Donyetta: [00:57:25] take the same shirt.
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