Episode 2

I See You Lurking

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On this episode of Le Twins Experience,  Kim & Donyetta chat about Kamala Harris getting the nod for VP, what’s with all the WAP ruckus, lurkers and copycats on social media, and stop with all the damn filters!

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[00:00:00] Donyetta: [00:00:00] Welcome to Le Twins Experience with Kim and Donyetta.

[00:00:07] Kim: [00:00:07] Now let’s get back on our bullshit.

[00:00:21] Hey everybody. I’m Kim.

[00:00:23] Donyetta: [00:00:23] And I’m Donyetta. Welcome to another episode of Le Twins Experience,

[00:00:27] Kim: [00:00:27] lay twins, experience

[00:00:29] Donyetta: [00:00:29] Layla

[00:00:34] first full episode.

[00:00:36] Kim: [00:00:36] I

[00:00:36] Donyetta: [00:00:36] know nervous, excited all of the above,

[00:00:41] Kim: [00:00:41] you know, so we get to. Talk

[00:00:43] Donyetta: [00:00:43] our  bullshit today.

[00:00:47] Kim: [00:00:47] So there is a lot going on in

[00:00:51] Donyetta: [00:00:51] the world.

[00:00:53] Kim: [00:00:53] And the big story this past week was  Kamala Harris getting. The nod [00:01:00] for VP

[00:01:01] Donyetta: [00:01:01] I’m from Alabama. So I said Camella way Amylah

[00:01:05] Kim: [00:01:05] Camilla is

[00:01:07] Donyetta: [00:01:07] Pamela got me 

[00:01:09] Kim: [00:01:09] all

[00:01:09] Donyetta: [00:01:09] twisted. Wait.

[00:01:10] Kamilah it’s an entanglement. Cause I don’t know what this name is.

[00:01:14] Kim: [00:01:14] Is comma, comma, comma,

[00:01:17] Donyetta: [00:01:17] LA comma, LA Camila. I’m going to ask Siri when I get in the car

[00:01:22] Kim: [00:01:22] and do you know her mom’s name is Shamila. 

[00:01:25] Donyetta: [00:01:25] shamble. Okay. Now I can believe it’s comma Lynn as my mom, my mom’s name is Donna and Daniela. So I was like, did you want me to get it?

[00:01:35] Okay. You haven’t tried to fill in down yet on, well, your name is Kimberly as long they’ll scan trons stress. I thought I was gonna run out of time. I’m just filling in my name

[00:01:44] Kim: [00:01:44] and, you know, I always write out my whole name. I never write out Kim.

[00:01:47] Donyetta: [00:01:47] I say Kim,

[00:01:48] Kim: [00:01:48] but I write out my entire name. So if you see anyone in person, any me, if they wrote cam and my last name, that ain’t me,

[00:01:56] Donyetta: [00:01:56] but they just heard you say it.

[00:01:57] So

[00:01:58] Kim: [00:01:58] don’t impersonate me, people

[00:01:59] Donyetta: [00:01:59] I, [00:02:00] once before, like when I meet people like, Oh my gosh, your name is so long. Do you have a nickname? I’d be like, yeah. Damiana what did your parents call you done yet?

[00:02:10] Kim: [00:02:10] Where were the three syllable name? Gals? We don’t go on way off on a tangent,

[00:02:15] Donyetta: [00:02:15] but another thing and they’ll tell me, well, gosh, it’s so long.

[00:02:19] It’s just as long as Elizabeth and Katherine, Susan.

[00:02:21] Kim: [00:02:21] Exactly. Karen. So back to Camila, you know, there’s been like such

[00:02:30] Donyetta: [00:02:30] an upheaval. But

[00:02:32] Kim: [00:02:32] we knew, right. She was like in the top

[00:02:35] Donyetta: [00:02:35] evil. Cause let me tell you, I detached tell the world, like I don’t have cable anymore. I’ll only stream, but I’m only turned on my TV like three times since the insecure seasoned fat, like that was months.

[00:02:47] Kim: [00:02:47] Same. I don’t watch a lot of news. But I try to get my tidbits in here and there. So I have my CNN, I get my alerts on there, but you know, the whole uproar is, is when she was a [00:03:00] prosecutor and Kelly, you know, she put away a lot of black people, black men in particular, um, for like small amounts of drugs for like weed,

[00:03:10] Donyetta: [00:03:10] as I say, like wheat.

[00:03:11] Kim: [00:03:11] So that’s like the whole uproar is her process. Prosecutorial prosecution. What am I saying? Her prosecutor record. So people are mad because they’re saying that she put away so many black men, but I’m like they were arrested for illegal drugs. I mean, what do y’all, what did y’all want her to do? Like give everyone a pass?

[00:03:33] Donyetta: [00:03:33] I think the issue is that is especially because we’re in an era of social injustice. The big thing is the amount of the sentence that you get. What a lot considered, yeah. Be a recreational drug, I guess they’re all recreational back. Bad dissonance. Um, like we all know, like the sentence for marijuana is a lot longer than the sentence for cocaine, because who typically gets arrested for [00:04:00] marijuana and who typically gets them rested if ever for cocaine possession, why people ask?

[00:04:06] So I think that might be. So when you have a job like that, are you supposed to do your job? And

[00:04:15] Kim: [00:04:15] exactly that’s

[00:04:16] Donyetta: [00:04:16] challenging. Yeah. Like the, the wrongs that you see, because I see like, people doing wrong at my job, but I can’t say that I challenge it. So now that I’ve. Call myself out on that. I probably need to start doing that,

[00:04:27] Kim: [00:04:27] but what, what do y’all that are posting about her rector constantly harping on her record?

[00:04:34] What did you expect her to do? I mean, she’s the prosecutor. There are people that work underneath her. And they’re upholding the law. They don’t, they don’t write the laws. Right.

[00:04:44] Donyetta: [00:04:44] Are you supposed to fight to change? Well, that’s what she’s doing. She’s a Senator

[00:04:48] Kim: [00:04:48] the center now, but this was like 10, 15 years ago.

[00:04:52] Donyetta: [00:04:52] That’s a rock and a hard place. My friend. Yeah.

[00:04:55] Kim: [00:04:55] And the laws were different now. Like there weren’t all of these marijuana shops in California, [00:05:00] like marijuana is legal there. Yeah. If you have the card

[00:05:02] Donyetta: [00:05:02] Portland who I went for a conference there for work.

[00:05:09] Kim: [00:05:09] Okay. It’s a Lake it’s legal now. Right. But it wasn’t legal then

[00:05:13] Donyetta: [00:05:13] how far bad? I

[00:05:15] Kim: [00:05:15] have to be at least 10 years or so.

[00:05:17] Donyetta: [00:05:17] I’m not a smoker. I like Prosecco. Okay. When

[00:05:21] Kim: [00:05:21] Camila was a prosecutor.

[00:05:24] Donyetta: [00:05:24] So yeah, I don’t know about, I’m never been a smoker. Cigarettes or marijuana.

[00:05:29] Kim: [00:05:29] Okay. Look, she was a. From 1990 to 2004 in 1990, Harris was hard as deputy district attorney in Alameda County in California.

[00:05:43] So that’s when she was district attorney. And

[00:05:45] Donyetta: [00:05:45] what does she become? Cuter? And we were 13.

[00:05:49] Kim: [00:05:49] We were cheering. Y’all

[00:05:50] Donyetta: [00:05:50] my records hadn’t even taken over for the night

[00:05:55] Kim: [00:05:55] or your work wasn’t back here. I still don’t know what juvenile said.

[00:05:59] Donyetta: [00:05:59] Oh, [00:06:00] I know auto where you know, I’m from the South baby. I know all the

[00:06:02] Kim: [00:06:02] words.

[00:06:03] So when was she a prosecutor?

[00:06:06] Donyetta: [00:06:06] Has she spoken about it?

[00:06:08] Kim: [00:06:08] She spoke about it

[00:06:09] Donyetta: [00:06:09] because she said,

[00:06:10] Kim: [00:06:10] I don’t know, girl. I told John I’m Bailey watched the news shoot. I can’t even find what year she was a prosecutor.

[00:06:20] Donyetta: [00:06:20] Her team might be like Beyonce isn’t they had that thing wiped off the internet,

[00:06:23] Kim: [00:06:23] Chu they to make me read the whole, okay.

[00:06:24] Here it is. So she was district attorney of San Fran from 2004 to 2011. She was attorney general of California from 2011 to 2017. So, you know, she’s only been in the Senate for two years. Okay. Okay. So just like Roth. I remember rock was in. No, but rock was like, I’m sending it to president I’m outta here.

[00:06:48] Donyetta: [00:06:48] I really thought the mayor of Atlanta, the Lance bottoms was going to be though.

[00:06:53] Yes, she was in the running allegedly.

[00:06:57] Kim: [00:06:57] Yeah. They are not elected any mayors [00:07:00] for, nah,

[00:07:02] Donyetta: [00:07:02] she’s such a great mayor.

[00:07:03] Kim: [00:07:03] I think he gotta be at least governor level. Yeah.

[00:07:07] Donyetta: [00:07:07] Well, she challenges the governor. Like she’s the governor. She does no. Listen,

[00:07:11] Kim: [00:07:11] miss Kisha.

[00:07:12] Donyetta: [00:07:12] She, I love she’s about her business. I love she don’t

[00:07:15] Kim: [00:07:15] be playing she’s the Atlanta of the Atlanta scene.

[00:07:18] She’s the mayor of Atlanta. If you didn’t know, Keisha Lance bottoms, black woman.

[00:07:23] Donyetta: [00:07:23] She’s my sor I like her. You can,

[00:07:28] Kim: [00:07:28] but I don’t think she stood a chance. You know, it was between like Camila and Susan Rice who was, um, I don’t even know what, Susan, let me, let me get my phone back out.

[00:07:38] Donyetta: [00:07:38] We can keep this phone out.

[00:07:40] Cause we want to be actual and factual. You

[00:07:42] Kim: [00:07:42] know, Susan Rice. She was in Obama’s cabinet. Okay.

[00:07:51] Google. Ain’t doing their job, man. National security advisor from 2013 to 2017. So she was in Obama’s cabinet and she was like [00:08:00] the big, she, her name was out there in the running to get the job, but shit, I just had to Google who she was. Cause I didn’t even know.

[00:08:06] Donyetta: [00:08:06] I don’t know. I want to see a picture. I thought it was just me.

[00:08:09] So I wasn’t gonna say nothing. I’ve never seen her before.

[00:08:13] Kim: [00:08:13] Yeah. She’s like, she wasn’t really, and

[00:08:15] Donyetta: [00:08:15] the public probably lays low, but you know what,

[00:08:19] Kim: [00:08:19] but she owned a lot of stock in Netflix and she sold it like two weeks ago. So people thought that

[00:08:26] Donyetta: [00:08:26] she was a shoe with a job, but

[00:08:28] Kim: [00:08:28] comma got a girl. So, you know, I am in support.

[00:08:32] I bought it for Camila and the primaries.

[00:08:37] Donyetta: [00:08:37] I don’t remember what I did. I voted for Camila.

[00:08:40] Kim: [00:08:40] I want to call it a win. When I saw a black woman  was she on the premise? She wasn’t on the something.

[00:08:49] Donyetta: [00:08:49] On the ballot where I remember, cause I did, I mailed in my ballot. I voted for

[00:08:55] Kim: [00:08:55] hotshot Boulder before new Yorkton.

[00:08:57] Donyetta: [00:08:57] I remember I did vote for Joe Biden [00:09:00] and I also remember I live in the district for, um, Senator John Lewis. So he was on the ballot of course, um, at that time. And so I remember voting for him. Um, I don’t remember. I don’t think there wasn’t any,

[00:09:13] Kim: [00:09:13] no, you know what? She wasn’t on the ballot

[00:09:15] Donyetta: [00:09:15] because he just picked a VP,

[00:09:16] Kim: [00:09:16] but she was my choice.

[00:09:18] That’s who I wanted to vote for. Okay.

[00:09:20] Donyetta: [00:09:20] Okay. So you already, you spoke it into fruition?

[00:09:23] Kim: [00:09:23] Yes. Camila was my girl. So I’m happy that she. Is going to be our future VP. I’m speaking that into fruition and on may say is I need y’all to get on board because we know her record. We all know her record. We know what was done in the past.

[00:09:40] It’s time to move forward. You know, y’all want

[00:09:43] Donyetta: [00:09:43] to be stuck.

[00:09:45] Kim: [00:09:45] Exactly. Y’all want to be stuck with four more years of Trump. Is that what y’all want?

[00:09:51] Donyetta: [00:09:51] Yeah,

[00:09:51] Kim: [00:09:51] I need y’all to wake up less. So I posted some positivity. We know her record. We don’t need to read your, by her record everyday post, what you want her to [00:10:00] do once she’s in office.

[00:10:01] Donyetta: [00:10:01] And then everybody else is going to turn her down. We don’t have the Teradata, let’s pick her up

[00:10:07] Kim: [00:10:07] and CommonWell for the people. You know, once Joe was out of here, combo was going to be all girl. She could be the first black woman president I’m here for it. All right. Let’s get on to our next step.

[00:10:21] Donyetta: [00:10:21] Okay.

[00:10:23] Kim: [00:10:23] Yes, it is.

[00:10:23] Y’all let’s talk about this. I can’t say let’s look cause that’s what I say on my podcast.

[00:10:31] Donyetta: [00:10:31] You can. Yeah.

[00:10:33] Kim: [00:10:33] Okay. So let’s talk about this Cardi B and Megan, the stallion doggone song, video wop. I don’t even think the song is that good. Quite honestly,

[00:10:46] Donyetta: [00:10:46] I made a, I made a tick tock slash real about it. Just cause it’s the, it’s nothing to talk about.

[00:10:54] Kim: [00:10:54] Let me see this tech talk slash real.

[00:10:56] Donyetta: [00:10:56] It’s the one where it’s like me and my cousin up at a slumber party at 2:00 [00:11:00] AM. And then my mom would come in with their belt.

[00:11:02] Kim: [00:11:02] She got to show me how

[00:11:03] Donyetta: [00:11:03] I only follow her on tickets. I got my phone. Nobody else you’ve been doing good though. You’ve been liking posts and commenting.

[00:11:09] She’s she’s learning.

[00:11:10] Kim: [00:11:10] I haven’t.

[00:11:12] Donyetta: [00:11:12] I seen him hard. It.

[00:11:19] Kim: [00:11:19] I don’t understand this.

[00:11:20] Donyetta: [00:11:20] I’m like you should scream in court so they can see where I’m she’s in like a Cheshire cat.

[00:11:27] Kim: [00:11:27] Yeah.

[00:11:36] Donyetta: [00:11:36] What’s the word now levels. You gotta be able to switch it up. See, I can take that one to work. And then the other one is who

[00:11:45] Kim: [00:11:45] in the bedroom?

[00:11:46] Donyetta: [00:11:46] I wasn’t going to say it, but okay. So which one? Oh, that I slept an hour.

[00:11:56] Touch that little string in the back of my [00:12:00] God. Yes, we represent. No, I hadn’t taken the best of my closet to pop a belt. I don’t wear belts anymore. Got little thingy thing in the back of my throat, the punch, a bag, the backseat bag.

[00:12:25] Kim: [00:12:25] So what is the big deal? Like? I see all my, uh, older Facebook friends talk about what’s wop,

[00:12:31] Donyetta: [00:12:31] male or female,

[00:12:33] Kim: [00:12:33] female. Like, but

[00:12:35] Donyetta: [00:12:35] same ones we used to dance to, to lock for when it was like, yeah,

[00:12:39] Kim: [00:12:39] yeah, I got Google.

[00:12:40] Donyetta: [00:12:40] Yeah. The F wop is, they want you to say it, you know, that they

[00:12:46] Kim: [00:12:46] want you to say it,

[00:12:47] Donyetta: [00:12:47] but like when you confront your, like your boyfriend or your husband, like, so tell me, you already know, you just want him to say it.

[00:12:55] Kim: [00:12:55] So if y’all don’t know wop is, it means wet ass pussy.

[00:12:58] Donyetta: [00:12:58] I wasn’t going,

[00:13:01] [00:13:00] Kim: [00:13:01] that’s what it means. You can go.

[00:13:03] Donyetta: [00:13:03] Google will tell you. I have the Mark. This episode is explicit saying the children can’t listen to it. Now, Sharon high, your

[00:13:11] Kim: [00:13:11] kids, how’s your vibe

[00:13:12] Donyetta: [00:13:12] and your church when you go back.

[00:13:17] Kim: [00:13:17] Yeah, she was supposed to say what you mean to me, what you

[00:13:19] Donyetta: [00:13:19] say,

[00:13:22] Kim: [00:13:22] look, some people might not have known what it meant.

[00:13:24] Now,

[00:13:24] Donyetta: [00:13:24] you know, you could’ve said what a S S you kind of spelled it. Okay. It’s a wet ass kitty cat with a P.

[00:13:41] Yes. What kind of foolishness y’all signed up for when y’all started listening to this podcast, I’m here for

[00:13:46] Kim: [00:13:46] it. So, you know, there was a big uproar about Kylie Jenner being in the video

[00:13:50] Donyetta: [00:13:50] because she’s, um, she’s not a Kardashian, but because she’s a Kardashians,

[00:13:55] Kim: [00:13:55] I don’t know what the upper is about. I don’t know.

[00:13:58] Donyetta: [00:13:58] Well, generally people don’t like [00:14:00] the Kardashians. They say that the Kardashians, um, What’s the term I’m looking for the name that says, I just love black people. As much as you love black culture. They, what is it called when you take something

[00:14:11] Kim: [00:14:11] appropriate? They

[00:14:13] Donyetta: [00:14:13] appropriate. Well, people say that the Kardashians appropriate black culture, so

[00:14:19] Kim: [00:14:19] shoot, they got

[00:14:20] Donyetta: [00:14:20] black men, they got black babies.

[00:14:22] They have boxing braids, which we know are corn rolls

[00:14:25] Kim: [00:14:25] too. You know that Kylie Jenna, a picture

[00:14:29] Donyetta: [00:14:29] and leg face.

[00:14:30] Kim: [00:14:30] No, she tagged her caption was Brown skinned girl and she caught it like a minute later. And change your caption.

[00:14:39] Donyetta: [00:14:39] How do you accidentally do that?

[00:14:42] Kim: [00:14:42] You don’t

[00:14:42] Donyetta: [00:14:42] know. I’ve been like talking jug about somebody and I accidentally text them instead of the person.

[00:14:51] Let me tell you, and I’ve done it more. Well, I was once dating a guy who shall remain anonymous. And I was [00:15:00] talking about some inappropriate behavior he had done on social media. So I went and I was telling my friend, I can’t believe he, blah, blah, blah. And I screenshotted it and I said this to her and I said, do you have it here?

[00:15:13] She was like, no. And I was like, it says delivered. I’m lifting, who I have sent it to.

[00:15:19] Kim: [00:15:19] Did he read the reply?

[00:15:21] Donyetta: [00:15:21] No, because we weren’t on talking terms because of what he had been doing on social media. So he thought I was sending it to be petty.

[00:15:27] Kim: [00:15:27] Oh.

[00:15:28] Donyetta: [00:15:28] So, but, and I know one of my girlfriends like screenshot it, an argument between her and her boyfriend, it was trying to send it to a female friend.

[00:15:36] She sent it to him and he’s like, why did you send me this? She was like, I want you to see how you’re talking to me, flip it up. Shoo sounds crazy. I stopped with the screenshots. Listen, I’ll be out here in entanglement.

[00:15:51] Kim: [00:15:51] I’ve almost done that before, but I caught myself before I sent the screenshot to the wrong person.

[00:15:57] So

[00:15:57] Donyetta: [00:15:57] Kylie’s tagged it, her, [00:16:00] her asking girl, because she’s, she thinks she’s Brown or.

[00:16:03] Kim: [00:16:03] I guess she thinks she’s tan or whatever. I don’t know. I don’t know.

[00:16:07] Donyetta: [00:16:07] What’s her daughter in the film?

[00:16:09] Kim: [00:16:09] No, it was just her. Hmm. Let me show it to you. She was looking a little tan in the picture.

[00:16:15] Donyetta: [00:16:15] She’s done like a look where she was like, I’m going to say it’s black face, but she was alleged to have been wearing, like, you know how people look when they get a spray tan, like really ground.

[00:16:26] Kim: [00:16:26] I mean, they look tan enough sometimes that they could pass for light-skinned bragger.

[00:16:31] Donyetta: [00:16:31] John mania will know that. There are  she’s a Jenner. Oh, she is a Jenner.

[00:16:37] Kim: [00:16:37] Look, Holly, Jenna hits back against fake screenshot, a Brown skin girl caption.

[00:16:42] Donyetta: [00:16:42] Was it? So she said it was edited.

[00:16:44] Kim: [00:16:44] Someone took a screenshot of it. Oh, she says it was fake

[00:16:50] Donyetta: [00:16:50] somebody probably photo-shopped it.

[00:16:52] Hey, is going to say it’s Photoshop

[00:16:53] Kim: [00:16:53] because you know, see, Oh, no, what’s that

[00:16:57] Donyetta: [00:16:57] Brown eyed girl. She put Brown

[00:17:00] [00:16:59] Kim: [00:16:59] IGERT. Wasn’t me. It was doctored.

[00:17:03] Donyetta: [00:17:03] I believe that can happen.

[00:17:05] Kim: [00:17:05] She does look a little

[00:17:07] Donyetta: [00:17:07] tan dishes. Yeah.

[00:17:10] Kim: [00:17:10] Ooh. I don’t know

[00:17:16] Donyetta: [00:17:16] black. I would want to be

[00:17:18] Kim: [00:17:18] right. What’s that good shoe. Look, I don’t have any problem with Kylie being in the video. I mean, she got the same fake behind that. Cardi B has. That’s what? Y’all mad ass. She got, she

[00:17:32] Donyetta: [00:17:32] got the

[00:17:32] Kim: [00:17:32] same fake tits that Cardi B  is the uproar about Norman. He was in the bid video dancing how behind, off she was in one of those girl groups.

[00:17:45] Donyetta: [00:17:45] Seventh heaven.

[00:17:50] she? A city girl. She got better get food out shit.

[00:17:53] Kim: [00:17:53] It was in that girl group with the five girls and they broke up and that cut me

[00:17:58] Donyetta: [00:17:58] off [00:18:00] like Prince or something. You can tell ’em all

[00:18:03] Kim: [00:18:03] look normal. Was she the one that’s .

[00:18:08] Donyetta: [00:18:08] I thought that was some broken down flat girl. They got from the high school marching

[00:18:12] Kim: [00:18:12] band.

[00:18:12] She’s way skinnier than she used to be. Yeah. She was super skinny in that video.

[00:18:16] Donyetta: [00:18:16] I didn’t think that was a feminist personal group.

[00:18:18] Kim: [00:18:18] Fifth harmony.

[00:18:20] Donyetta: [00:18:20] Yeah. Okay.

[00:18:23] Kim: [00:18:23] So some other girls came out of that group. Mmm. Oh, follow these girls, man.

[00:18:31] Donyetta: [00:18:31] It’s not, I don’t even want to know. I don’t

[00:18:39] Kim: [00:18:39] Camila Cabello. And there’s another one

[00:18:43] Donyetta: [00:18:43] that’s about to start talking about Campbell here. Yeah.

[00:18:50] Oh, we didn’t talk about why people were offended. We just started going on. We went down a whole rabbit hole.

[00:18:56] Kim: [00:18:56] We did

[00:18:56] Donyetta: [00:18:56] like Roger rabbit. Who shot? Roger rabbit. Oh Lord.

[00:19:00] [00:19:00] Kim: [00:19:00] Alright, so wop.

[00:19:01] Donyetta: [00:19:01] Why are people so, uh, and tangled about it, that’s going to be my word for this show in tangle. Why do they have their panties in a box?

[00:19:11] Kim: [00:19:11] Is it the video? Because they got the titties out. Like, what is it?

[00:19:14] Donyetta: [00:19:14] The video was very tame. I think the dance moves were provocative, but a lot of people do provocative dance moves. And I think that was the point. The dance moves were intended to be provided.

[00:19:24] Kim: [00:19:24] I mean, they were talking about the, uh, So like with the,

[00:19:30] Donyetta: [00:19:30] you know, the straw in my hand, she’s ratchet.

[00:19:32] I think anytime that women talk about their sexuality and that the fact that they actually enjoy sex is a problem. Like we’re just supposed to lay there, missionary men get to talk about all these things and it’s not a problem, but they are talking about consensual sex. And how they like it because, and I use the word consensual catch that and that thing, like, cause you remember, I remember being in middle school, like little [00:20:00] Kim and Foxy Brown.

[00:20:01] That was a problem. Was there anybody after them, like between. Little Kim and maybe like Nicki Minaj, Cardi B. Was there a female rapper who? I don’t think we had one.

[00:20:12] Kim: [00:20:12] I don’t think so. Like little camouflage. They like set the bar

[00:20:21] Donyetta: [00:20:21] yeah, but yeah, I think anytime, but like men talk about it all the time. I know men who talk about date rape and songs. I’m not going to call no names, Cielo and Rick Ross. Um,

[00:20:33] Kim: [00:20:33] I don’t listen to them country folk.

[00:20:34] Donyetta: [00:20:34] Well, you don’t have like Rick Ross because you know, I like trap music. I’ve been in Atlanta.

[00:20:38] Yeah. So what is our, what are our final thoughts about why

[00:20:42] Kim: [00:20:42] I have no thought?

[00:20:43] Donyetta: [00:20:43] I mean, I listened to it one time I watched the video one time, me, them, and that was enough for me. It could be because I’m 39 years old. Like nothing I’ve seen it all.

[00:20:53] Kim: [00:20:53] I don’t even think it’s a bop like.

[00:20:56] Donyetta: [00:20:56] It’s not like the song that does some holes and Lou’s house.

[00:20:59] That was out when I [00:21:00] was in college. Who, what song was that? Yes.

[00:21:07] And I used to point at girls  who was that song? There’s some hole. If you see them pulling them out.

[00:21:15] Kim: [00:21:15] I dunno. What’s up yang twins, a Google it.

[00:21:18] Donyetta: [00:21:18] Yeah.

[00:21:19] Kim: [00:21:19] Hey Siri, who’ll saying there’s some holes in this house.

[00:21:25] Donyetta: [00:21:25] This is Mary and Joseph. She believes

[00:21:34] her excuse was due to where I am

[00:21:35] Kim: [00:21:35] now. Frank

[00:21:36] Donyetta: [00:21:36] ski was major VJ appeared at Atlanta on V one Oh three and he is also a doodoo Brown. So when I first moved to Atlanta, I used to always listen to the Frank ski and Wanda show. And I didn’t know that Frank ski was due to Brown. It’s like I heard somebody saying, I was like,

[00:21:55] Kim: [00:21:55] Luke,

[00:21:57] Donyetta: [00:21:57] look at a whole loop, was little [00:22:00] Kim and Megan, the stallion.

[00:22:01] Kim: [00:22:01] Hey Siri. Who’s saying doodoo Brown.

[00:22:07] Donyetta: [00:22:07] I don’t have that information in doodoo Brown.

[00:22:13] Kim: [00:22:13] Is it do the braille

[00:22:14] Donyetta: [00:22:14] do it’s doodle. Hey Siri Brown. Who’s

[00:22:20] Kim: [00:22:20] saying dude, the Brown.

[00:22:21] Donyetta: [00:22:21] It’s doodle. You just don’t mess with a day. Rapper’s delight is by the Shigella.

[00:22:27] Kim: [00:22:27] Okay. Forget a series. Forget. Seriously. We all know

[00:22:29] Donyetta: [00:22:29] Ryan Brown. I live in Atlanta. Y’all know, but he’s from Miami.

[00:22:33] Kim: [00:22:33] Oh,

[00:22:34] Donyetta: [00:22:34] look for Miami.

[00:22:35] Kim: [00:22:35] Yeah. Lucas or Miami and truth.

[00:22:37] Donyetta: [00:22:37] Daddy and Trina.

[00:22:39] Kim: [00:22:39] Okay. So wop, whatever we’re over it.

[00:22:43] Donyetta: [00:22:43] Wild wild wall.

[00:22:48] I’ve heard that transition, you know, I go like this

[00:22:50] Kim: [00:22:50] and I put them,

[00:22:52] Donyetta: [00:22:52] right. Yeah.

[00:22:54] Kim: [00:22:54] Okay. Where are we so long? So we got to like, do we want to talk about st. Martin, [00:23:00] Monica?

[00:23:01] Donyetta: [00:23:01] Well, I think that’s just my be. And because it’s the first, it can be over an

[00:23:05] Kim: [00:23:05] hour. So

[00:23:07] Donyetta: [00:23:07] y’all gonna stay here for it. You will. You want to know what foolishness is going to come out of my mouth next?

[00:23:14] Kim: [00:23:14] We’re going to chat about C murder masterpiece. His younger brother, Monica was his girlfriend back in the day.

[00:23:23] Donyetta: [00:23:23] Listen, Monica’s last name,

[00:23:25] Kim: [00:23:25] Monica.

[00:23:26] Donyetta: [00:23:26] Technically it might be Barnett

[00:23:28] Kim: [00:23:28] Arnold,

[00:23:28] Donyetta: [00:23:28] Arnold, cause she was married to Shannon

[00:23:30] Kim: [00:23:30] Brown, but it might still be Brown, but she was Monica Arno back in the day. Okay.

[00:23:34] Okay. Just one of them games when I’m angry inside, don’t talk about my singing. Y’all

[00:23:44] Donyetta: [00:23:44] know that was what that was like. Seventh and eighth grade

[00:23:47] Kim: [00:23:47] for lesson Monica was my jam.

[00:23:49] Donyetta: [00:23:49] Okay. Yeah. I can tell you that. I want to go get a haircut, like tea. Bob’s where it’s going to be short and had them long sideburns, babe, babe.

[00:24:02] [00:24:00] Kim: [00:24:02] So Monica posted on Instagram. I believe

[00:24:05] Donyetta: [00:24:05] that

[00:24:06] Kim: [00:24:06] she is in. Well with Kim Kardashians

[00:24:11] Donyetta: [00:24:11] because Kim Kardashian has been doing

[00:24:13] Kim: [00:24:13] yeah, she has her team of lawyers and, you know, they help people who are in jail, wrongly, the murder in jail for murder. He’s in jail for murder. Okay. And they’re saying that some people have recanted their testimony and his case.

[00:24:29] And like some of the evidence just doesn’t happen. He’s in there for life. I believe. So, yeah, Kim Kardashian and her team are looking into the case and Monica posted about it. So

[00:24:40] Donyetta: [00:24:40] cause Monica used to date, see murder

[00:24:42] Kim: [00:24:42] back in the day.

[00:24:43] Donyetta: [00:24:43] There’s a sign that Monica has street symphony. It’s about C murder.

[00:24:48] Where I, if I can get you out of these streets, then you can come back

[00:24:51] Kim: [00:24:51] to me. Let me see if I could pull it up. Street symphony.

[00:24:57] Donyetta: [00:24:57] Hold on here it is

[00:25:03] [00:25:00] Kim: [00:25:03] Monica. Okay. You know, we can’t put copyrighted music in a show, right?

[00:25:10] Donyetta: [00:25:10] She said, I need you to make a change. You promise it’s a song about this guy who this woman loves him and he’s promised her that. Please make sure you edit, do like eight seconds or less. We just play. Yeah. Like she loves this man. And he promised her that he was going to get out of the game and he doesn’t.

[00:25:31] So she’s saying, if I can get you out of these streets, then you can come back to me. So he has, he loves her, but he loves the streets to catch that somebody

[00:25:41] Kim: [00:25:41] like her first love. Cause she’s still riding for him. Like how long have you been to jail? Like two years and

[00:25:47] Donyetta: [00:25:47] see murder probably went to prison when we were.

[00:25:51] High school, maybe freshmen year, but then she dated the boyfriend member. She had a boyfriend that, um, she went to [00:26:00] visit his brother’s grave side, uh, or site with him and he killed himself in front of

[00:26:04] Kim: [00:26:04] her. I remember that.

[00:26:06] Donyetta: [00:26:06] And then

[00:26:07] Kim: [00:26:07] who else? Monica. Ben

[00:26:09] Donyetta: [00:26:09] thriller murder would have been before this guy. He C murder would have been like high art when we were like high school, freshmen

[00:26:16] Kim: [00:26:16] thousand nine.

[00:26:18] Donyetta: [00:26:18] That’s a lot later than I thought

[00:26:19] Kim: [00:26:19] 2002, he was arrested in connection with the murder of a 16 year old Stephen Thomas and was sentenced to life in 2009. So he’s been in for it. So has he been in since

[00:26:29] Donyetta: [00:26:29] 2010, 21?

[00:26:31] Kim: [00:26:31] You did that math quit.

[00:26:33] Donyetta: [00:26:33] I work in finance. I don’t have it on my phone like

[00:26:38] Kim: [00:26:38] night  I can’t believe all the money master P had.

[00:26:43] He couldn’t hire some power of attorneys to get his brother off. You know, he from new Orleans.

[00:26:53] Donyetta: [00:26:53] Yeah, I think, well, you know, some of the evidence is just stacking.

[00:26:57] Kim: [00:26:57] I wonder if he was in jail since [00:27:00] 2002, or if he went in 2009, doesn’t say,

[00:27:04] Donyetta: [00:27:04] I thought they broke up because he was in prison.

[00:27:08] Kim: [00:27:08] That’s crazy. So, yeah, she, uh, let’s pull up the post that Monica.

[00:27:14] Put up about

[00:27:15] Donyetta: [00:27:15] Kim and I’ve been busy

[00:27:17] Kim: [00:27:17] and I see Myrna put up a post about Monica too. It was so cute. How  Instagram girl. Oh, okay. So can we look for Monica?  what’s her name? I don’t follow her. Monica Brown. Oh, yeah. She, Monica is a niece who was Monica. Denise. Oh, here it is. Hashtag C murder. Wait,

[00:27:45] Donyetta: [00:27:45] what I bought the boy is mine hairstyle.

[00:27:48] Kim: [00:27:48] So free Corey Miller, the freedom fight. She wrote a whole

[00:27:55] Donyetta: [00:27:55] diatribe y’all,

[00:27:57] Kim: [00:27:57] but she said I’ve locked arms with Kim [00:28:00] Kardashians. Jessica Jackson and Eddie Haney and all of those who believe in cooperate and are ready to fight to free query Miller. So she ride it for her. But

[00:28:10] Donyetta: [00:28:10] what’s your

[00:28:10] Kim: [00:28:10] name is C murder and well, he didn’t murder the,

[00:28:18] Donyetta: [00:28:18] Oh yeah.

[00:28:19] Kim: [00:28:19] Now look, let’s see what C murder put up.

[00:28:23] Donyetta: [00:28:23] Oh yeah. You said he posted too. I see it.

[00:28:25] Kim: [00:28:25] You see it. Oh, that’s fine.

[00:28:29] Donyetta: [00:28:29] I remember she used to wear those arm bands. Was she covering up a tattoo?

[00:28:33] Kim: [00:28:33] I think so. Hey, calls her Moses

[00:28:36] Donyetta: [00:28:36] like Harriet’s up, man was black Moses. Well, Moses was probably black. He saw, I never understood.

[00:28:41] Why do we got Harriet’s up and black Moses when I believe Moses was black.

[00:28:45] Kim: [00:28:45] So she would be black, black, Moses. Then he says you been forever true. T R you want one in a lifetime?

[00:28:55] Donyetta: [00:28:55] Yeah. That’s love

[00:28:56] Kim: [00:28:56] Monica. Denise got him saved free quarry milk. [00:29:00] Yeah. So see murders innocent. I hope he does get out. I haven’t followed the case.

[00:29:05] If he’s guilty, his ass, you’re saying jail.

[00:29:07] Donyetta: [00:29:07] Oh shit. And that’s the final order from,

[00:29:10] Kim: [00:29:10] you know, you can’t be killing people and getting up cause you you’re famous. You know? So

[00:29:14] Donyetta: [00:29:14] that was real quick. She went,

[00:29:18] Kim: [00:29:18] listen, I’m not down with the murderers and the

[00:29:21] Donyetta: [00:29:21] murders. None of them, if

[00:29:22] Kim: [00:29:22] he did it, keep your ass in

[00:29:24] Donyetta: [00:29:24] jail up on it and see, I’m not familiar with me. I was trying to figure out my life back then we would have these classes.

[00:29:30] Kim: [00:29:30] We were young. We were. Doing all of this and

[00:29:33] Donyetta: [00:29:33] go on to college night at the club and then trying to make it to church on Sunday morning, the good old days,

[00:29:39] Kim: [00:29:39] the skinny days, that pre kid days, all that good stuff.

[00:29:43] Okay. Moving right along. We’re talking about, well, she says that, you know, something good is coming

[00:29:50] Donyetta: [00:29:50] cause she does a voice clear. Mary and Joseph

[00:29:56] Kim: [00:29:56] we’ve been having our private combos about [00:30:00] lurkers on social media. The people that are copying your style on social media and. You know, I try not to give too much

[00:30:12] Donyetta: [00:30:12] energy to

[00:30:13] Kim: [00:30:13] energy to it.

[00:30:14] Yeah. But sometimes it just really grinds my gears. Like I work hard to put my content now and be creative, you know? And when

[00:30:22] Donyetta: [00:30:22] someone just sent it like blatantly

[00:30:24] Kim: [00:30:24] copies, my style, it gets ’em and I see you. Lurking, you don’t like no pictures. You’re in the story

[00:30:33] Donyetta: [00:30:33] that you’re the first person to watch a story.

[00:30:34] And when it goes up,

[00:30:35] Kim: [00:30:35] you know, so like, come on, just, you gotta be creative, man. Everyone has their own lane.

[00:30:41] Donyetta: [00:30:41] Well what’s and then I wrote a blog post about this. What’s the difference between being inspired and Vienna copy kit. Because I’ve asked you questions. I’m like, Kim, how do I do this, Kim? How do I, I think because I asked you, I didn’t just Jack, I answered my own question.

[00:30:57] Kim: [00:30:57] I have no problem giving people [00:31:00] tips and pointers and things like that, but you can’t blatantly copy someone’s style. Just, you can’t do it.

[00:31:07] Donyetta: [00:31:07] Why would you do that? Try to put yourself in that person. You know what,

[00:31:12] Kim: [00:31:12] because people want. They want the recognition that other people are getting, right? So they figure if they mimic that style, then maybe that will come to them as well.

[00:31:23] Donyetta: [00:31:23] But that’s not you though.

[00:31:24] Kim: [00:31:24] Exactly. You have to do your own thing.

[00:31:27] Donyetta: [00:31:27] In my blog post, I talked about like, you can’t wear somebody else’s shoes. So remember how Cinderella sisters tried and tried her evil stepsisters, tried and tried to get that shoe, that glass slipper on their foot. It didn’t fit because that’s natural shoe.

[00:31:40] And any time that I think you copy somebody, um, you’re being an authentic exactly that saying that you’re not good enough. And that’s an assault against yourself. That’s an offense against you. I don’t know. I’ve never liked the only time I have lurked.

[00:32:00] [00:32:00] That legitimately, I don’t know why I’m saying her eating noodles without a cup of noodles as if it’s not waxed down, wipe it down. Y’all see me doing the capita shimmy. Please watch this video. Um, what was that? Oh, the only time I’ve ever learned is when I was dating like a crappy guy and I was trying to.

[00:32:25] Get my case together for like the crappy shit he was doing on social media. Like I’ve never, so sometimes that might lead me to other females pages, but I’m not invested in them. I don’t, they care about you. I care about what he’s doing. So I’ve never, you know what I’m saying? I’ve never like, let me go to Kevin’s page on lurking.

[00:32:43] I don’t have any investment in you. And now that I’m at for Asia of 39 and five, like I’m not going to learn if I think I’m in a relationship with a man and I need to learn. What’s that sound effect.

[00:33:00] [00:33:00] This is the Dom. Yeah, the show. And I am too awesome out here, but let’s go back to before I knew it was the Don, he had a show that is the only time I would learn. I never learned to still captions or sometimes I think I might see a post and it got a lot of likes and I’m might use those hashtags.

[00:33:16] Kim: [00:33:16] Nothing wrong with that. Well, yes, there’s something wrong with that. Cause I

[00:33:20] Donyetta: [00:33:20] listen,

[00:33:22] Kim: [00:33:22] hashtag that hashtag and get clicks

[00:33:25] Donyetta: [00:33:25] runners. So you did

[00:33:26] Kim: [00:33:26] the work, you know, I didn’t do the work. I’m not sharing my process with you. You know, get on Google, get your behind on YouTube. There’s there’s a tutorial for everything on YouTube.

[00:33:38] I showed you how to do passion twist on YouTube

[00:33:43] Donyetta: [00:33:43] and see what she has to act. She is. But no, so I’ve never like lurked on another female, like to try to like copy her, her style. And even like, if I was lurking, um, because of a toxic relationship, I was in like, even eventually that gets old. So I know.

[00:34:01] [00:34:00] Kim: [00:34:01] I would just stop blocking him off.

[00:34:03] Cause that’s what I’m going to do. Cause y’all that.

[00:34:06] Donyetta: [00:34:06] Would you say something to cause there’s one,

[00:34:09] Kim: [00:34:09] I’m not gonna say nothing cause you really don’t mean that much to me, but if I’m seeing listen, Instagram wants me to block you away ask cause they keep showing me your content. They want me to block

[00:34:21] Donyetta: [00:34:21] you.

[00:34:21] Kim: [00:34:21] I’m trying to be nice in 2020. I’m trying to, you know, keep it cool and not black motherfuckers,

[00:34:28] Donyetta: [00:34:28] but

[00:34:35] Kim: [00:34:35] y’all keep buy in. I’m going to have to stop blocking you. I’m sorry.

[00:34:39] Donyetta: [00:34:39] I think that’s a low self esteem thing.

[00:34:41] Kim: [00:34:41] It could be

[00:34:42] Donyetta: [00:34:42] like other people. Well, I think it can be a few things. Maybe they admire you. Maybe it’s an obsession. Maybe there’s an insecurity. Like it’s so like that’s a rabbit hole. I don’t know. I don’t know.

[00:34:55] Cause I’ve never done it. Like all my issues like that. It’s never been one. [00:35:00] But then I think about stuff too. Like I recommend clothes and makeup, so I don’t think people are copying me when they do those things because I told you about them. So it’s different than I just noticed you are mimicking because.

[00:35:15] I forgot. See where I was eating a cup of noodles. And I was so engaged, um, said individual has posted something on social media, like word for the streets, be letting me know something, almost word for word, like I posted. And I was like, Yeah, my boss was fabulous. That’s why I posted it. But like, I think if I were to talk to people like that, I think I would tell them you are enough  you don’t have to copy me in Daniela land is fabulous and it’s on and popping, but queen so

[00:35:49] Kim: [00:35:49] yes.

[00:35:49] So just do you, man, you don’t have to mimic anyone’s style. You know, your success will come when it’s due to you.

[00:36:00] [00:36:00] Donyetta: [00:36:00] And you have to be authentic because it’s hard to keep up. Have you ever dated a guy? He was nice in the beginning. And then as time went on, he was like, who are you? Like, it’s hard to be something it’s already hard enough to be yourself.

[00:36:13] It’s hard to be somebody else like that. Pretending stuff. That’s full of bird shit.

[00:36:20] Kim: [00:36:20] Fly away. Bird fly. Far far away

[00:36:24] Donyetta: [00:36:24] so I can fly five. Use the best. If you can name that movie, don’t tell them, leave it in the comments.

[00:36:34] Kim: [00:36:34] Shit. I don’t know the damn movie either. You don’t know? Oh,

[00:36:41] Donyetta: [00:36:41] I love that movie.

[00:36:43] Kim: [00:36:43] You know what I just saw because I’m going to give it away.

[00:36:46] The mr. Rogers movie,

[00:36:48] Donyetta: [00:36:48] I haven’t seen that

[00:36:49] Kim: [00:36:49] is so good.

[00:36:51] Donyetta: [00:36:51] Yeah. I used to watch mr. Rogers. I remember my dad, so I’m a military brat. My dad used to be stationed in Germany and our member, like one of the memories I [00:37:00] have about Germany is watching mr. Rogers sweater. He

[00:37:05] Kim: [00:37:05] thought he was mr. Rogers. He is like, he’s one of the best

[00:37:09] Donyetta: [00:37:09] acted.

[00:37:10] Like I remember like asked sometimes if I listened to a song Jamie Fox or Rachel all singing it.

[00:37:16] Kim: [00:37:16] Jamie Fox. Yeah, but Tom Haynes, that’s my blue man time. Anytime we were talking about this, me and my friend the other day, like Tom Hanks and Leonardo DiCaprio.

[00:37:28] Donyetta: [00:37:28] George Clooney, George Clooney.

[00:37:31] Kim: [00:37:31] No,

[00:37:31] Donyetta: [00:37:31] he can’t act like Leo.

[00:37:32] But he’s just as silver foxes.

[00:37:36] Kim: [00:37:36] Well, hell he been, you don’t even see George Clooney. Well, I have

[00:37:40] Donyetta: [00:37:40] a wife she’s younger or they have twins. He probably somewhere being fine. He keep a low profile. Boy,

[00:37:46] Kim: [00:37:46] he

[00:37:48] Donyetta: [00:37:48] claim he used to be handsome to me, like we said years. No, but like when he’s playing that saxophone,

[00:37:54] Kim: [00:37:54] He’s aged

[00:37:55] Donyetta: [00:37:55] terribly.

[00:37:57] Cause you know, black don’t crack, but nah, we say he was the [00:38:00] first black president. They split at saxophone. So yeah, but like George Clooney, Leonardo, I don’t like Leonardo. Leonardo was like, he’ll shake you. And Rob you, he looks like a reference. Yes, Jack genuine. Supposed to be on that boat.

[00:38:16] Kim: [00:38:16] You can leave Jack alone.

[00:38:17] That’s my let’s say Brad

[00:38:19] Donyetta: [00:38:19] Pitt. Oh no.

[00:38:20] Kim: [00:38:20] I hate Brad Pitt.

[00:38:22] Donyetta: [00:38:22] Cause he did what he did,

[00:38:24] Kim: [00:38:24] what he did to Jen

[00:38:25] Donyetta: [00:38:25] after you Brad Pitt here, my whole graduate  she’s not going to forgive you even went out,

[00:38:34] Kim: [00:38:34] but no, Brad Pitt. I don’t like, I don’t like Angie. Angelina Jolie. Hello, ratchet behind. She wasted on with Ben.

[00:38:47] Donyetta: [00:38:47] Bread bread, bread, bread, Ram Benjamin button.

[00:38:52] He is, I used to work with a guy that calls me Benjamin button. He says, I look younger now than I did when I [00:39:00] was young. And I was like,

[00:39:01] Kim: [00:39:01] that’s a compliment. I’ll take that.

[00:39:03] Donyetta: [00:39:03] He’s like, what’s up Benji every time I come, you know what I mean? Just, you know, Chilling and East financial streets, we be going all off.

[00:39:11] Kim: [00:39:11] Y’all

[00:39:12] Donyetta: [00:39:12] Brad cheated when they did mr. Mrs. Smith, was she with Billy?

[00:39:18] Kim: [00:39:18] Why she cause she had the son that they adopted together. Remember Maddix the first time.

[00:39:25] Donyetta: [00:39:25] He’s like I’m okay. Asian descent.

[00:39:29] Kim: [00:39:29] Cambodia, I think is from, and she got what? Listen, I don’t know how it all went down, but I know he was with Jen. I remember.

[00:39:37] Yeah,

[00:39:37] Donyetta: [00:39:37] Angelina did an interview and she said she can’t wait for her kids to grow up and see the movie where their parents fell in love. And she her fan and stuff like that, she was married to me

[00:39:47] Kim: [00:39:47] and y’all ain’t even together now. So w

[00:39:49] Donyetta: [00:39:49] w let me tell y’all something about karma. Sometimes it’s a slow recipe, but she don’t ever forget your address.

[00:39:55] Even when you move, she will afford your mail. Hello. So do good [00:40:00] out here. People stopped doing people dirty, cause it’s going to come back and bite you all the

[00:40:03] Kim: [00:40:03] time.

[00:40:05] Donyetta: [00:40:05] What else we got? I don’t know if it’s going to be good, but I just did that.

[00:40:09] Kim: [00:40:09] Let’s say we were just like it’s, I don’t know what we were looking at them.

[00:40:12] I was pulling up something. We came across Southwest page and I’m like, why is she always using these doors? Won’t

[00:40:18] Donyetta: [00:40:18] filter

[00:40:24] the filters. To filter or not to filter. That is the question

[00:40:30] Kim: [00:40:30] you got an iPhone. You did not need to use a filter.

[00:40:33] Donyetta: [00:40:33] Is it a new iPhone? 10. It’s a little old man,

[00:40:39] Kim: [00:40:39] but it takes pictures. Just fun.

[00:40:41] Donyetta: [00:40:41] The reason I got the 11 is for the camera, but I don’t know if y’all can tell the difference between my pictures.

[00:40:47] From November four, the 11 is better with pictures. Okay. But I’m on pictures. Just be popping anyway. So,

[00:40:54] Kim: [00:40:54] but if you have a 10 

[00:40:57] Donyetta: [00:40:57] okay.

[00:40:58] Kim: [00:40:58] If you come on, come on [00:41:00] and going into Snapchat to do a foot. Who does that? Well,

[00:41:03] Donyetta: [00:41:03] I think too. So let’s talk about that. Social media has people out here thinking. They’re chasing a dream.

[00:41:08] That’s not even a reality. Remember the barge had that song, a dream. We going to stop singing when we monetize the same. Let me tell you who we not gonna pay. None of y’all. So, so I think social media. Has people like chasing a dream. That’s not even a reality for the person who posted the photo know Photoshop is real.

[00:41:33] Um, so we were, we were talking yesterday, we did a photo shoot yesterday and I was showing him like some poses that you can do. Like just the way you angle your body, like hit them angles. Like say though, I love Drake. He’s the pettiest most sensitive person. I know, but it can make you look slimmer. It can make you look taller.

[00:41:50] And so, but people aren’t telling the secrets to how they got the great photo. They just want you to like the photo. So think about it, like in your own personal life, let’s be realistic. How many [00:42:00] times have you posted a photo? You were having happy and you really weren’t or you were in a great relationship and it y’all just got to fight.

[00:42:07] And before, and after the photo, I don’t think I’ve ever posted a photo of a relationship where I was really happy in the relationship. Well, in the beginning, I was like, we just post the photos. I haven’t cussed him out before, after, and probably right when we take him the photo. Cause he’s trifling. And by he, I mean, all of them,

[00:42:28] Kim: [00:42:28] we probably

[00:42:28] Donyetta: [00:42:28] should delete that.

[00:42:35] No, just like, think about it, like, think about how much. And accurate junk. You posted on social media, like stop chasing the dream. Y’all do not have to wear these waist trainers, like cracking your ribs and pushing your intestines where

[00:42:47] Kim: [00:42:47] let’s say, I’m not hiring

[00:42:49] Donyetta: [00:42:49] this camera this way, because we ain’t wearing no waist trainers.

[00:42:54] I

[00:42:54] Kim: [00:42:54] wear black because it’s slimming

[00:42:56] Donyetta: [00:42:56] wear black. Like, [00:43:00] and so, like, I think that’s the thing about the filters. And because now I will say this because I do have Snapchat, I don’t use it anymore. But that one filter

[00:43:08] Kim: [00:43:08] the pretty filter back  day. It looks terrible.

[00:43:12] Donyetta: [00:43:12] She’s not doing that puppy dog filter. Remember the one with the tongue was the worst, but like, it makes your skin so smooth.

[00:43:18] And so like, people will walk up to me on the street and compliment me on my skin, but my skin don’t, you know what I’m saying? So I’m even chasing a dream of a photo that I’ve posted before,

[00:43:29] Kim: [00:43:29] but no, the Snapchat fields has got it. Got the pretty filter makes you look white and washed out. Now. It was pretty when it came out.

[00:43:36] Yeah,

[00:43:37] Donyetta: [00:43:37] but on me, like if I use that, then, you know, cause my art,

[00:43:41] Kim: [00:43:41] no twins. She said, we can’t say chinky eyes, but we got,

[00:43:49] Donyetta: [00:43:49] say almond shaped.

[00:43:50] Kim: [00:43:50] What does chinky

[00:43:51] Donyetta: [00:43:51] mean? Let me see Jesus, Mary and Joseph go, go. Everything she needed to. Cause I want her to stop saying cheeky. Chinky means, [00:44:00] Oh, I think that’s a racial slur.

[00:44:02] Kim: [00:44:02] I feel like saying it, him word.

[00:44:04] Donyetta: [00:44:04] He just made me spit out my purse. I think. Kim isn’t it chinky as a Chinese person?

[00:44:12] Cause let me tell y’all

[00:44:14] Kim: [00:44:14] what it means. Yes.

[00:44:16] Donyetta: [00:44:16] That’s why I don’t. It’s a racial slur. Like I’m remember in undergrad, I went to the optometrist, I wear contacts and glasses and the optometrist. So he stayed

[00:44:25] Kim: [00:44:25] here is an offensive slang word for Chinese takeaway restaurant or Chinese food

[00:44:32] Donyetta: [00:44:32] in the UK.

[00:44:33] Kim: [00:44:33] And the UK, it says in the UK chinky or chinky chunky in parts of Northern England, known as, uh, Chinkies always in poor, rural as an offensive slang word.

[00:44:45] This is Wikipedia though. You can’t trust Wikipedia that I don’t say it.

[00:44:49] Donyetta: [00:44:49] I remember at the undergrad, I went to the optometrist and my eye doctor is like, your eyes are really slanted. He said it was, or one of your parents Oriental. First of all

[00:45:01] [00:45:00] ethnic group. I was like, no, like both of my parents are black ethnic group. I’ve never been bubbling in a Scantron or doing a census or anything. It was an option.

[00:45:14] Kim: [00:45:14] Yeah. No, you have to say Asian. You can’t say Chinese or Japanese

[00:45:17] Donyetta: [00:45:17] or Korean. They’re all different. Yeah. Yeah. I think because think about it.

[00:45:22] Even India is in Asia. . Some of y’all think Andy is a continent.

[00:45:28] Kim: [00:45:28] No,

[00:45:29] Donyetta: [00:45:29] Dubai is where

[00:45:31] Kim: [00:45:31] that’s an a UAE. What kinds of,

[00:45:35] Donyetta: [00:45:35] yes. And

[00:45:36] Kim: [00:45:36] it’s not a Europe, it’s an Asia.

[00:45:38] Donyetta: [00:45:38] I’ve been to Asia. I’ve been to your cabin. Cause I used to live in Germany. I’ve been there even Holland, but Holland is Europe still? Right? So I’ve been to Asia.

[00:45:48] I was supposed to go to central America. But Carotta and I was going to spend new year’s Eve, even Costa Rica, South America, but Corona and I haven’t been to Australia. I [00:46:00] don’t want to go to Antarctica.

[00:46:01] Kim: [00:46:01] No, I’m not going to, I want to go to Australia, but you know, you have to go, they have opposite seasons of us.

[00:46:06] So you have to go when it’s winter here, it’s summer there.

[00:46:09] Donyetta: [00:46:09] And if you go there, you might as well go to Fiji or the MALDI

[00:46:12] Kim: [00:46:12] clothes hop, skip, and a jump away. Okay. So I can’t say that word anymore.

[00:46:17] Donyetta: [00:46:17] Racial slur. So she didn’t know, but now that you

[00:46:20] Kim: [00:46:20] know, I won’t say it anymore.

[00:46:21] Donyetta: [00:46:21] My roommate in college, she used to say, when you know, better, you do better.

[00:46:24] So we have what almond shaped, almond shaped

[00:46:27] Kim: [00:46:27] eyes that

[00:46:30] Donyetta: [00:46:30] can you even say? I even like to say slanted. Well, we smile.

[00:46:39] Alyssa, my rough read, Robert, you know, that emoji where it’s just the, the lines where the eyes, he said, that’s my mother. And sometimes I’ll post the picture and he petty he’ll text me. He’d be like, are your eyes open? One time in undergrad. My roommate asked me if I could, like, if I had peripheral. [00:47:00] Yes, I can see

[00:47:05] Kim: [00:47:05] when I say

[00:47:06] Donyetta: [00:47:06] pitches, I always go like this. Open my eyes, like the picture that I posted yesterday, I was a little bit on it, the daylight, and I need to stop wearing them eyelashes too. Cause that just make it worse. Looking like the queen of the moon, let’s say, at least said

[00:47:18] Kim: [00:47:18] that the bat wings and I’ll be seeing these girls were

[00:47:21] Donyetta: [00:47:21] like the windshield wipers, like the, um, Oh, sorry, your Volkswagen beetle listen.

[00:47:26] Like my friend

[00:47:27] Kim: [00:47:27] Allison says they’re terrible. That’s like

[00:47:30] Donyetta: [00:47:30] terrible. It’s

[00:47:30] Kim: [00:47:30] like worse than terrible. Okay. So filters, come on. Let’s let’s stop with the filters.

[00:47:38] Donyetta: [00:47:38] What about like, but what if you want to do the skin smoothing? Cause I edit.

[00:47:44] Kim: [00:47:44] You can edit your pictures,

[00:47:46] Donyetta: [00:47:46] you know, my pictures, but what I do is I do more like autocorrect.

[00:47:50] Yeah. Photoshop. I’m not going to pay for Photoshop. Okay. Look,

[00:47:55] Kim: [00:47:55] I’m going to give y’all a lesson right now. What are we going to

[00:47:57] Donyetta: [00:47:57] do? How you fix it?

[00:47:59] Kim: [00:47:59] You [00:48:00] can fix it right with your iPhone editor. Okay. Not smoothing and all of that, but look. I edit all my pictures. Pictures are not perfect. Cause take

[00:48:09] Donyetta: [00:48:09] the light.

[00:48:09] You gotta

[00:48:09] Kim: [00:48:09] edit the lighting. Sometimes you need a little bit more warmth than your pitcher. You know, I don’t make myself lighter, but I’m warm. I’m I have a warm undertone, but I like myself to look warm.

[00:48:19] Donyetta: [00:48:19] Sometimes I make myself too warm. I like orange, but I love being black. And so I don’t mind getting like darker,

[00:48:25] Kim: [00:48:25] like right now I’m black.

[00:48:27] Donyetta: [00:48:27] You see me? Yeah. To me, I am like topless city,

[00:48:32] Kim: [00:48:32] but all it is running is. Has made me,

[00:48:35] Donyetta: [00:48:35] so doctor, something like that. So that might be some of the problems,

[00:48:39] Kim: [00:48:39] but listen, I need y’all to go, like, let me say this picture. Hmm.

[00:48:44] Donyetta: [00:48:44] Oh, that’s cute. Are you gonna post that?

[00:48:45] Kim: [00:48:45] I don’t know me and the

[00:48:46] Donyetta: [00:48:46] tiny door. I really would love it if you post that.

[00:48:51] And I see somebody trying to squat, they big behind down. Copy you at a tiny door. I’m gonna just fall out.

[00:48:56] Kim: [00:48:56] Well, let me show y’all auto correct. Goes a long way. [00:49:00] That’s what I . So look, you got an iPhone, you hit that edit and then you hit that correct first. Right? See, it gives you a little bit more. Want the lions up your pitcher

[00:49:11] Donyetta: [00:49:11] takes away some of the shadow.

[00:49:13] Kim: [00:49:13] I need you to scroll

[00:49:14] Donyetta: [00:49:14] over. Okay.

[00:49:15] Kim: [00:49:15] Turn up your brilliance a little bit. Everybody turned it up for me. Okay. Highlights. Sometimes you got, gotta turn it upside down. Right? See, I’m a little too, too white. So that’s right. Turn it down a little bit. Makes me a little more Brown. Right? Tom, just shadows, shadows.

[00:49:30] You know, it makes your clothes darker sometimes too,

[00:49:32] Donyetta: [00:49:32] when she looks back to be black, but the black

[00:49:36] Kim: [00:49:36] on here is what, like sometimes that’s turn with the brightness. It depends where I am. You don’t want us to be too bright. The black point. If you’re wearing dark clothes, you have to adjust

[00:49:46] Donyetta: [00:49:46] your black point.

[00:49:47] Cause your black could look ashy.

[00:49:48] Kim: [00:49:48] Yeah. See it makes your blacks so black.

[00:49:51] Donyetta: [00:49:51] And since I’ve gotten into content creation, I noticed some people cure rate their Instagram feeds. So some. Um, of the female content creators that I [00:50:00] follow, they like the khaki look. So all their clothes are khaki. Their furniture is white and they use a certain, it’s a preset that gives all of their pictures, the same tones, the same saturation, the same vibrance.

[00:50:13] Um, I like, if you look at mine, I curate mine. It’s a bag of Skittles. I sorta dress like that. I don’t know why I keep wearing this muted stuff for camera, but if y’all see my photos.

[00:50:22] Kim: [00:50:22] You know what I was going to buy a preset. So cute. No, it was all over the place

[00:50:27] Donyetta: [00:50:27] like Snapseed and or Lightroom. Lightroom is the free version of Adobe Photoshop.

[00:50:35] So you can not Photoshop, but you can fix the. Those like the tone, the white, the black, the vibrance, the saturation.

[00:50:45] Kim: [00:50:45] So there are things that you can do to step your photo game up without using those silly filters.

[00:50:51] Donyetta: [00:50:51] Snap seed has a skin smoothing. It’s called. If you’re in Snapseed, go to portrait and they have different profiles, you can smooth your skin.

[00:50:59] You can highlight [00:51:00] your eyes, you can highlight your face and that doesn’t change the way that you look. But it does, like when it says, like highlight your face, it’ll put more light. Just on your face in the photo. So if you were standing there shadow, that might help. Cause I’ve taken pictures. I just cannot fix them.

[00:51:16] And so I can’t post it.

[00:51:17] Kim: [00:51:17] That happens. All right. So,

[00:51:24] so thank you for tuning in to this episode of Le Twins Experience what are

[00:51:28] you

[00:51:28] Donyetta: [00:51:28] looking at? Oh, this is the last thing let’s talk about

[00:51:31] Kim: [00:51:31] the law. The battery’s about to go.

[00:51:33] Donyetta: [00:51:33] I was having so much fun. I don’t want to say

[00:51:37] Kim: [00:51:37] so. Thank you for tuning into this episode of Le Twins Experience. We hope you enjoyed

[00:51:42] Donyetta: [00:51:42] our show.

[00:51:44] Chitter chatter on our bullshit. Stay on our bullshit,

[00:51:49] Kim: [00:51:49] and we will catch you on the next one.. Bye… Later.

[00:51:55] Donyetta: [00:51:55] Thanks for tuning in. Be sure to subscribe wherever you listen to your podcasts. So you’ll never miss an [00:52:00] episode.

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