Planet Of The Apes
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[00:00:00] Donyetta: [00:00:00] Welcome to
[00:00:04] Le Twins Experience with Kim and Donyetta.
[00:00:07] Kim: [00:00:07] Now let’s get back on Albo shit. Oh,
[00:00:20] I’m Kim.
[00:00:22] Donyetta: [00:00:22] And I’m done Yetta.
[00:00:23] Kim: [00:00:23] And welcome back to another episode of lates wins experience.
[00:00:28] Donyetta: [00:00:28] We’re back on our bullshit for the week.
[00:00:33] Kim: [00:00:33] If this is your first time listening, welcome to the show. And if this is what
[00:00:40] Donyetta: [00:00:40] nah, your fifth time I’m listening, it gotta be your field.
[00:00:46] Kim: [00:00:46] And if you are a Ritz Hern listener, welcome back to the show.
[00:00:51] We appreciate
[00:00:51] Donyetta: [00:00:51] you. Yes, indeed. So tell me what’s been going on in your week,
[00:00:57] Kim: [00:00:57] girl. [00:01:00] New York state needs to pay my behind for teaching these dogs on kids all week.
[00:01:05] Donyetta: [00:01:05] So this is your first full week of a virtual, uh, homeschool for your two boys
[00:01:12] Kim: [00:01:12] first of all week. And I think I’m have to take Dave behind his back to school because I don’t know how much more of this I can take.
[00:01:23] You thought
[00:01:23] Donyetta: [00:01:23] already
[00:01:24] Kim: [00:01:24] as tat your girl is tired. Shoot,
[00:01:28] Donyetta: [00:01:28] you have to actively like participate throughout the day or do you just make sure that they stay on and then the teacher’s hands? How does it go in?
[00:01:37] Kim: [00:01:37] Well, my little one is a bad ass, so I have to make sure, you know, I had him in another room at first and.
[00:01:45] He just gets up and he’s all over the place. So I had to move him into the room with me to keep an eye on him. But it’s hard when they’re like the oldest one. He’s self-sufficient, you know, I put it on his calendar on his phone and it things [00:02:00] when he has to go to class and he’s good, but the little one is just
[00:02:04] Donyetta: [00:02:04] all over the place
[00:02:07] Kim: [00:02:07] debate and going back to school.
[00:02:08] But the thing is, is that my district has. Off days they go to school one day off another, go to school off another or from Friday.
[00:02:17] Donyetta: [00:02:17] So
[00:02:18] Kim: [00:02:18] it’s, they’re still going to be home, but yeah, I don’t know what I’m going to do. I don’t know what to do.
[00:02:28] Donyetta: [00:02:28] Hi, y’all
[00:02:32] Kim: [00:02:32] what happened with you this week?
[00:02:35] Donyetta: [00:02:35] I got like two boxes pack. So maybe three
[00:02:41] Kim: [00:02:41] Diana she going to be right there? Like
[00:02:46] Donyetta: [00:02:46] the movers will be here in four days. Y’all so
[00:02:52] Kim: [00:02:52] you were supposed to book today. What are you
[00:02:54] Donyetta: [00:02:54] doing? I talked to them today. Like they were confirming everything, um, [00:03:00] before the weekend started and they were like, um, You know, you can just leave everything in the dresser.
[00:03:06] And I said, bless you. You’ve just said to me, like so hours in my day. Yeah. You can just leave everything, your dresser. And I was like, woo. I mean, that’s a help. But like, literally I really got to get my stuff together and start packing. Cause they going to be here and I’m paying them by the hour. So I don’t have time.
[00:03:25] They don’t have time. I’m not gonna let them wait. You know, I pack up stuff.
[00:03:30] Kim: [00:03:30] I’m like, don’t start that clock till you open a
[00:03:33] Donyetta: [00:03:33] DRO. When they, from today, they said, I have to pay for like an hour’s worth of wages so they can get here and then get back whatever. But the other clock doesn’t start. The official clock doesn’t start.
[00:03:47] And so they get here. So when they hit the door early that morning, Your girl going to be up and you know, I don’t do mornings, but I’m going to be up that
[00:03:58] Kim: [00:03:58] morning and telling him, don’t be [00:04:00] sending you the out of shape guys and your most fit crew day.
[00:04:05] Donyetta: [00:04:05] They’re coming with the truck and it’s going to be three men.
[00:04:08] So we’re going to see, yeah, it is goals, but so I’m not started packing. I got four days to get my life. Four days only.
[00:04:18] Kim: [00:04:18] Listen, when I go on trips, I pack like a ripe
[00:04:21] Donyetta: [00:04:21] before. I do it like the night before, literally. Yeah. Yeah.
[00:04:26] Kim: [00:04:26] Cause I just don’t I mentally pack,
[00:04:30] Donyetta: [00:04:30] but
[00:04:30] Kim: [00:04:30] I don’t physically
[00:04:31] Donyetta: [00:04:31] pack. Yeah. I don’t
[00:04:33] Kim: [00:04:33] know what outfits I’m going to wear, but I just can’t get them together until the night before.
[00:04:39] Donyetta: [00:04:39] I’m trying to think, what do I hate more packing, packing, or phoning up laundry? I think folding up laundry number is at the top of it. That is the
[00:04:48] Kim: [00:04:48] worst task
[00:04:50] Donyetta: [00:04:50] ever,
[00:04:51] Kim: [00:04:51] but you know what? It’s going to be easier for you to pack them, to unpack. Well, luckily you’re not on nobody’s timeline, so you can take your time on packing
[00:05:00] [00:05:00] Donyetta: [00:05:00] and I’m taking the week off from work, but like I’m moving from an apartment.
[00:05:03] So a four bedroom house. So I feel like I’m going to feel like I don’t have enough, enough things. You know what I’m saying? Like, I feel like it’s going to be an empty feeling once I do like unpack everything and that’s, what’s going to give me an excuse. I don’t leave it.
[00:05:20] Kim: [00:05:20] There’s nothing wrong with shopping.
[00:05:23] Donyetta: [00:05:23] Shopping
[00:05:23] Kim: [00:05:23] is fun though.
[00:05:25] Donyetta: [00:05:25] But you can go down a rabbit hole.
[00:05:27] Kim: [00:05:27] You should cancel stay off of that mix, you know, where you need to go to cause they going out of
[00:05:34] Donyetta: [00:05:34] business. Did they already,
[00:05:37] Kim: [00:05:37] they’re like, there’s a store by me and there. I wanted to go in there the other day. They’re like nearly empty I’m I think I’m gonna try to go in there tomorrow and see if I can get like a chair or something, but yeah, they’re almost done.
[00:05:49] Donyetta: [00:05:49] There was one up the street, like, um, at the Ana like on Peachtree street. The intersection of Piedmont and Peachtree. But I remember seeing the sign that they were liquidated and like last year [00:06:00] it was cold outside. I remember that when I went in there, so they’re probably already closed, but I’ll look online, peer one and what’s the other one is the gallery still open?
[00:06:09] Kim: [00:06:09] They closed the ones in the malls because I know the one by me, they close, but you know, Z gallery started in LA. I think that one is still
[00:06:19] Donyetta: [00:06:19] open. Okay,
[00:06:22] Kim: [00:06:22] but calories too. Doggone expensive. You got to go right on Wayfair and stop playing.
[00:06:29] Donyetta: [00:06:29] I’d be on there to see just cause you said that wash the ass, gonna start popping back up again.
[00:06:35] Cause they listen.
[00:06:38] Kim: [00:06:38] Don’t show me any ass from Wayfair. Siri. I’m not playing with you
[00:06:41] Donyetta: [00:06:41] girl.
[00:06:46] Kim: [00:06:46] Wait. She said I’m not. She said, I’m not sure. I understand
[00:06:51] Donyetta: [00:06:51] you understand exactly what I said
[00:06:54] Kim: [00:06:54] theory.
[00:06:58] Yeah. So [00:07:00] let’s get into our song picks of the week.
[00:07:03] Donyetta: [00:07:03] Oh, right. All right. All right. I’ll let you start off like last week, I’m like Monica, I’ll do the Southern thing and let you go.
[00:07:15] Kim: [00:07:15] Why? Thank you, darling. My pick for this week is a little Jimmy jam has been out for a while now,
[00:07:22] Donyetta: [00:07:22] but I like it.
[00:07:25] Kim: [00:07:25] It’s by usher
[00:07:29] Donyetta: [00:07:29] and
[00:07:32] Kim: [00:07:32] yeah, I got out motorcycles out
[00:07:34] Donyetta: [00:07:34] still. They don’t to here in Atlanta,
[00:07:37] Kim: [00:07:37] too. Yeah, I’m gonna need y’all to put those bikes away. This song is called don’t waste. My time it’s usher featuring LMI, LMA. How do you say her name?
[00:07:50] Donyetta: [00:07:50] Well for Alabama it’s Mae LMA, LMA,
[00:07:54] Kim: [00:07:54] Ella Mae, Ella Mae’s
[00:07:56] Donyetta: [00:07:56] Tina Turner’s real name.
[00:07:58] Kim: [00:07:58] That’s animate
[00:07:59] Donyetta: [00:07:59] and anime [00:08:00] may animate bullet. I hate that’s how we remember this. Yeah,
[00:08:06] Kim: [00:08:06] I know Beyonce made that
[00:08:08] Donyetta: [00:08:08] famous
[00:08:10] Kim: [00:08:10] at the Lawrenceburg. Okay. Let’s get into this song.
[00:08:14] Donyetta: [00:08:14] I’m gonna play y’all a little bit of it
[00:08:20] Kim: [00:08:20] in the morning.
[00:08:27] Donyetta: [00:08:27] That’s it,
[00:08:28] Kim: [00:08:28] but I purposely pay at her car because I love her voice.
[00:08:32] Donyetta: [00:08:32] Why have I never heard this song? What have I been doing in 2020? Have
[00:08:37] Kim: [00:08:37] you been in quarantine and Harbor named like the rest of the doggone world?
[00:08:41] Donyetta: [00:08:41] Yeah, I’ve had, I like it, but I have not heard that it’s been out a while
[00:08:46] Kim: [00:08:46] too, but like how often do we even listen to the radio anymore?
[00:08:51] Donyetta: [00:08:51] And when I get in my car, now, the Bluetooth automatically kicks on. So whatever I was listening to before, just automatically on my phone starts playing in the car. So [00:09:00] yeah, that is true.
[00:09:01] Kim: [00:09:01] Yeah. Radio play as like. Down. So what you have, but then this week
[00:09:10] Donyetta: [00:09:10] tell you all about John yada. So last week I gave you like mellow vibe.
[00:09:16] I like to listen. Like I remember my best friend telling me that life is not a musical. It is because I have a song for like every situation in life, either a song or a salon from the color. Purple. So this week I’m going to give you all something a little bit more uptempo. And a little bit more of my ratchet side.
[00:09:34] It is choose you by project pack. When I tell you I love this song, so they cover, um, what’s his name? Willie Hutch. So the chorus will be like a sample from him. And then UGK also. Like covering Willie, the Mac, he’s like a old school artists. I think he might. It’ll be [00:10:00] the, do you also research look up Willie Hutch, but he’s an old school artist, but UGK also has a cover of this song with a big boy and Andre 3000.
[00:10:10] So I’m going to give you all about eight seconds cause we ain’t paying bills.
[00:10:25] Kim: [00:10:25] wait, the UGK plays. And though that is my
[00:10:28] Donyetta: [00:10:28] jam. Yeah.
[00:10:30] Kim: [00:10:30] They go remake this song.
[00:10:32] Donyetta: [00:10:32] I mean, I hope they do it forever. I first heard project Pat’s version when I was about. 21, I was an undergrad. So project Pat’s album land, the SmackDown is, uh, the album that his version is on. And then UGK came out with there’s a couple of years later with outcast.
[00:10:52] So like every time I hear that song, I just waved my hand and they’re like, I’m in charge. I’ll just love it. You know, project Pat [00:11:00] fan too. So I got, I got a levels to this thing, honey,
[00:11:03] Kim: [00:11:03] that remake is just like, If you don’t jam when you hear that song, wait, but who’s
[00:11:11] Donyetta: [00:11:11] Willie Hutch,
[00:11:13] Kim: [00:11:13] Willie Hudge. If you don’t jam, when you hear that beat drop and you ain’t got no soul,
[00:11:19] Donyetta: [00:11:19] so I’m wrong, you empty and sad on the inside.
[00:11:21] Kim: [00:11:21] Your soda left the building, like go some Whoopi Goldberg
[00:11:26] Donyetta: [00:11:26] Goldberg. Tell ya. Oh, Willy hutches is no longer here on this earth with us.
[00:11:32] Kim: [00:11:32] Oh no, not in
[00:11:34] Donyetta: [00:11:34] 2005. He was a Motown artist in the seventies and eighties. Well, thank you for your contribution because man, when I tell y’all I love that song. That’s a good
[00:11:47] Kim: [00:11:47] song and they remake it well to the way they lay it over, you know, their beats in their rhymes.
[00:11:55] I like it.
[00:11:57] Donyetta: [00:11:57] Yes, indeed. All right. Now let’s get to the [00:12:00] bullshit of the week where we tell y’all all the latest and greatest things that caught our attention. So what’s up first on this list. What we got? Is it good? Is it bad? Is it in between what we got? This is
[00:12:13] Kim: [00:12:13] good. Our girls, Patti LaBelle and Gladys Knight, uh, doing, uh, versus
[00:12:20] Donyetta: [00:12:20] hi hallelu.
[00:12:22] Alright. Who you got? Well, you got,
[00:12:24] Kim: [00:12:24] listen. I got ms. Patty, but
[00:12:26] Donyetta: [00:12:26] I feel like I, I live in Georgia, but I’m not from Georgia. Gladys. I’m sorry. I got Patty too. I can’t wait. She gonna kick off her shoes even though she might not actually be seeing alive.
[00:12:37] Kim: [00:12:37] And listen, I, this is not going to be a Brandy and Monica situation.
[00:12:42] I predict these ladies are gonna kill it. They are going to kill it.
[00:12:50] Donyetta: [00:12:50] I’m glad this has a calm demeanor though.
[00:12:55] Kim: [00:12:55] Glass gets busy
[00:12:57] Donyetta: [00:12:57] on that midnight train to Georgia.
[00:13:00] [00:13:00] Kim: [00:13:00] Gladys had the pips back in the day. Wait, Pat was in a girl group too, right? I
[00:13:05] Donyetta: [00:13:05] forget what it was called. Was it? I love bells. Yeah, she was in a group.
[00:13:10] Kim: [00:13:10] Gladys had the pips
[00:13:12] Donyetta: [00:13:12] on leave. Yes. He had that little feature in, um, Nellie and Kelly Rowland’s video. She was the mama. No,
[00:13:26] Kim: [00:13:26] that was her song.
[00:13:28] Donyetta: [00:13:28] Was she in? No, that was Felicia Rashad. I was gonna to say, was she in Kesha? Do you love me? I, that was Drake. That was Felicia Shaw, right in
[00:13:37] Kim: [00:13:37] that Patty.
[00:13:39] Donyetta: [00:13:39] Who was Keisha,
[00:13:42] Kim: [00:13:42] are you Brown at
[00:13:43] Donyetta: [00:13:43] it?
[00:13:46] I don’t know he was kicking bottoms, the mayor who was a mom. And that was a Felicia Rashad, Patty LaBelle.
[00:13:56] Kim: [00:13:56] I don’t even know. Was
[00:13:59] Donyetta: [00:13:59] it Patty? [00:14:00] I think it was Felicia. Ms. Claire has
[00:14:06] Kim: [00:14:06] these pictures that they post them.
[00:14:09] Donyetta: [00:14:09] Of what
[00:14:11] Kim: [00:14:11] versus Gladys Knight is Photoshop to death. She looks,
[00:14:16] Donyetta: [00:14:16] Oh, lemme,
[00:14:19] Kim: [00:14:19] I’m going to need them to use another picture.
[00:14:25] Donyetta: [00:14:25] I’m just glad it’s not. Um, Anita Baker, I don’t like Anita Baker.
[00:14:37] foolish nerds,
[00:14:39] Kim: [00:14:39] but yeah, they miss Patty gone. She all shows she going to show she’s going to be Monica Slade. Number one, you know, ms. Patty don’t play when it come to hug glam and she is going to mop the floor. Ms. Gladys, I’m sorry.
[00:14:57] Donyetta: [00:14:57] Patty got that bread. She be, she don’t just be [00:15:00] kicking off shoes. She be kicking off her ribs.
[00:15:02] Kim: [00:15:02] Yeah, no Patty got them pies. You ever had them? Patty pies.
[00:15:08] Donyetta: [00:15:08] I have had a Patti pie. I’ve had only once, but you know what? I, I actually liked it and like being from Alabama and my grandmother cooks all of her desserts from scratch. Like I liked that Paddy pass. So that means it was the real deal.
[00:15:20] Have you had one?
[00:15:22] Kim: [00:15:22] No, because it was in Walmart, right?
[00:15:25] Donyetta: [00:15:25] Yeah, you can get, if you can get it. Cause it was selling out like, hi girl, I’ll go to Walmart. It was selling out like that damn Popeye’s chicken sandwich.
[00:15:36] Kim: [00:15:36] I had that chicken sandwich so late.
[00:15:39] Donyetta: [00:15:39] Oh,
[00:15:40] Kim: [00:15:40] it wasn’t even that great.
[00:15:42] Donyetta: [00:15:42] Really?
[00:15:45] Kim: [00:15:45] I don’t know what the big deal like y’all was waiting online for hours for that regular chicken sandwich.
[00:15:53] Like what was the big thing? I don’t understand what the big deal with Chick-fil-A is either. Now I will say this.
[00:15:58] Donyetta: [00:15:58] I live in Atlanta and I [00:16:00] love Atlanta, but Chick-fil-A, don’t know about it. Want that little soggy chicken sandwich and please don’t put the pickle on it, cause that’s just gonna make it soggier and that little alumina fallback, but I will say the Popeye’s chicken sandwich that I had was hands down the best chicken sandwich I’ve ever life, but.
[00:16:17] I had my first one in new Orleans. Okay. Could have made a difference on canal street. There’s a Popeye’s I think on canal street in new Orleans, the last August I was in new Orleans and that’s where I had my first one. I liked it so much. I went back the next day and then I guess all of y’all found out about it and then it started selling out.
[00:16:37] Kim: [00:16:37] But when I w I did get to
[00:16:41] Donyetta: [00:16:41] maybe here in Atlanta, I was in Decatur where it’s greater. Um, and it didn’t taste the same. It seemed like they took a frozen piece of meat and tried to deep fry it. You know, that taste,
[00:16:51] Kim: [00:16:51] all I heard was dictated, which is great. And I thought a Lloyd, uh, well, you
[00:17:01] [00:17:00] Donyetta: [00:17:01] that’s the best. One of the April one,
[00:17:07] Kim: [00:17:07] finds too.
[00:17:08] Donyetta: [00:17:08] And shit
[00:17:09] Kim: [00:17:09] too. That was the jam is Lloyd. Anyway.
[00:17:14] Donyetta: [00:17:14] Oh, we’re still over in Decatur where it’s greater, probably Instagram. He might be with his pretty hair.
[00:17:23] Kim: [00:17:23] I bet he’s not at Lewis.
[00:17:27] Donyetta: [00:17:27] I would have been able to snag it. Let’s see
[00:17:32] Kim: [00:17:32] Lloyd banks,
[00:17:34] Donyetta: [00:17:34] no rapper in it. Now the unit
[00:17:40] Kim: [00:17:40] to unit,
[00:17:41] Donyetta: [00:17:41] to unit
[00:17:47] Lloyd banks, Lord have mercy.
[00:17:51] Kim: [00:17:51] It’s been awhile
[00:17:53] Donyetta: [00:17:53] blast for the past. So what are we even talking about right now?
[00:18:00] [00:18:00] Kim: [00:18:00] I don’t know.
[00:18:02] Donyetta: [00:18:02] Patty and Gladys.
[00:18:04] Kim: [00:18:04] Oh, we done with them.
[00:18:06] Donyetta: [00:18:06] Oh,
[00:18:07] Kim: [00:18:07] It was revealed this week that posh and Becks
[00:18:11] Donyetta: [00:18:11] had. So when I read that Kim want to talk about this, I was like, who is passion back? Tell the people who push and back off for those of us who don’t know, like myself,
[00:18:23] Kim: [00:18:23] Victoria, Becca posh spice from the spice girl.
[00:18:26] Donyetta: [00:18:26] Hello. But the spice girls,
[00:18:28] Kim: [00:18:28] and even back then, it like Becca. Oh, Dennis, he bended like Becca.
[00:18:34] Donyetta: [00:18:34] No, that there, Nick, it’s not like Ben or for like who knew their nickname was Pasha back. It was like, are these like some Kardashians or something? Like, go,
[00:18:42] Kim: [00:18:42] go passion backs and see what comes up.
[00:18:44] Donyetta: [00:18:44] I’m gonna Google it.
[00:18:44] Right. And right. Let me see passion back. I think you might’ve made that up. No passion bags, posh spice
[00:18:54] Kim: [00:18:54] girls
[00:18:55] Donyetta: [00:18:55] have a look, a pedia page. Wikipedia is the first thing that came up.
[00:18:59] Kim: [00:18:59] That’s all [00:19:00] gone, but let’s go in and change their Wikipedia page.
[00:19:02] Donyetta: [00:19:02] Yeah, no, I’m not going to shut me down for insider trading information, but yeah, I have a Wikipedia portion bags.
[00:19:11] I don’t like it. I like that name, but that’s not
[00:19:15] Kim: [00:19:15] under it. It’s a super couple.
[00:19:19] Donyetta: [00:19:19] These people crazy. So you said they did what? No. This week,
[00:19:23] Kim: [00:19:23] so posh and
[00:19:25] Donyetta: [00:19:25] Becks had COVID 19.
[00:19:30] Kim: [00:19:30] Let me tell you, these fools was all over the place. Okay. They were in LA networking. For, um, David’s I think he’s like a co owner of a football team,
[00:19:42] Donyetta: [00:19:42] I think,
[00:19:44] Kim: [00:19:44] as in soccer, not football as a football
[00:19:46] Donyetta: [00:19:46] football, as football, Americano ball
[00:19:49] Kim: [00:19:49] bending like Becca.
[00:19:52] So they were in LA at a party and then they went somewhere else where they go like Miami or something. [00:20:00] Yeah. They
[00:20:00] Donyetta: [00:20:00] went well, they went back home and then I think they went to Miami.
[00:20:05] Kim: [00:20:05] They
[00:20:05] Donyetta: [00:20:05] were everywhere. Like they went to parties. So he wasn’t just doing networking. I think they went to some parties.
[00:20:10] Kim: [00:20:10] Right?
[00:20:12] Listen. And then they went, they went back to the UK and went to a port. They were all over this old own place and they kept it a secret because they thought they were super spreaders. And I’m reading this article. That’s the first time I heard that term super spreaders, but. Their doggone staff had COVID like it, they were super spreaders because everyone around them had COVID as well,
[00:20:39] Donyetta: [00:20:39] which is
[00:20:39] Kim: [00:20:39] crazy.
[00:20:40] So I’m wondering how it got leaked that they’ve had it. You think one of the
[00:20:46] Donyetta: [00:20:46] staff members was mad that they got sick from them and dropped the dime and got paid for
[00:20:50] Kim: [00:20:50] it. Listen to drivers were sick. The bodyguards were sick assistance. Like every body in their employ. Gosh six. [00:21:00] So yeah, the Beckhams just spread co allegedly.
[00:21:04] Cause we don’t know,
[00:21:07] Donyetta: [00:21:07] we weren’t there. We don’t know for sure,
[00:21:10] Kim: [00:21:10] you know, spread it to all of their staff and kept it a secret until it came out. Now,
[00:21:17] Donyetta: [00:21:17] how awful is that? And sort of, kind of the thing, like it keeps spreading because people are allegedly and consider it like that. So.
[00:21:28] Kim: [00:21:28] I want to know what were you networking?
[00:21:29] Y’all couldn’t network over zoom.
[00:21:32] Donyetta: [00:21:32] All the networking that I
[00:21:33] Kim: [00:21:33] used to do, like
[00:21:34] Donyetta: [00:21:34] in my professional life has really been shut down and we can only do it on zoom. So I don’t understand like what just had to be in person. Was it like a football club?
[00:21:47] Kim: [00:21:47] And then this article, doesn’t say when it was
[00:21:53] Donyetta: [00:21:53] Say I’m telling you, like I was in the, uh, in Piedmont park here in [00:22:00] Atlanta, Georgia for labor day weekend. And the park was absolutely packed to the fact where I had to park a mile away and then walk to the park and nobody had on a mask and there were vendors out there selling like popsicles and whatever else that they typically would sell.
[00:22:17] Like, it was just a typical weekend in Atlanta.
[00:22:20] Kim: [00:22:20] Listen as, because people think like COVID is over.
[00:22:24] Donyetta: [00:22:24] Yeah. We bought it to get started again. We bought a half part, two of the party. Y’all just don’t know.
[00:22:29] Kim: [00:22:29] And flu season is about to kick out. Like,
[00:22:33] Donyetta: [00:22:33] I’m gonna let y’all do that vaccine first though.
[00:22:38] Kim: [00:22:38] And they ain’t rushing that vaccine who knows what the heck they put.
[00:22:41] But did you hear that? Um, in London, I think it’s Oxford. The university, they were developing a vaccine and someone got sick.
[00:22:56] Donyetta: [00:22:56] Let me find the details from like handling the [00:23:00] vaccine or just in general,
[00:23:01] Kim: [00:23:01] someone that took the vaccine developed some kind of sickness.
[00:23:07] Donyetta: [00:23:07] Let me tell. Yeah, you remember that movie? I am legend with will Smith and they thought they had found a cure for cancer. And then you blink and everybody’s a zombie and Wilson Smith.
[00:23:15] We’re talking to those mannequins. Now Donyetta
[00:23:20] Kim: [00:23:20] AstraZeneca is the company. They were developing a vaccine. I think it was in collaboration or something with Oxford university at Oxford university. And it was going to be, it was in phase three trials. So they did one or two. They were in phase three and one patient had an adverse reaction to the vaccine.
[00:23:45] What happens
[00:23:49] Donyetta: [00:23:49] are they still alive? And with us
[00:23:51] Kim: [00:23:51] he’s alive. They said he’s expected to recover, but they have, they shut the trial down for now. Well, you know,
[00:23:58] Donyetta: [00:23:58] there’s a big conspiracy [00:24:00] theory that the president of the U S of AI is gonna drop this new vaccine right before the election. Again, it is going to be a distraction,
[00:24:08] Kim: [00:24:08] everything he does the distraction.
[00:24:11] Donyetta: [00:24:11] Let me tell y’all clowns going to be clowns. He does know shaft. Okay,
[00:24:18] Kim: [00:24:18] no burn on this show.
[00:24:20] Donyetta: [00:24:20] Okay. Like, no, but yeah, so it’s a lot of things that are going to be, try to shut down the United States of America, postal service people can’t get their absentee ballots and just like the general stuff that might come out.
[00:24:33] Your clownish mouth
[00:24:36] Kim: [00:24:36] I know is I’m taking my black behind to the polls. Okay. I’m not mailing in no ballot. Well, first of all, I tried to get a mail in ballot for the primary reason in that McCain.
[00:24:47] Donyetta: [00:24:47] I didn’t get mine until like maybe the week of,
[00:24:50] Kim: [00:24:50] but way I finally cleaned out my stack of mail. That was like this big cause.
[00:24:56] Yeah, and that Baylor was in that stack of mail, [00:25:00] but it wasn’t here before election day. So for that reason, I am going to the polls on election day and the polls are empty anyway, on the primary. So if I’ve got a way to run, I got to wait online.
[00:25:14] Donyetta: [00:25:14] Do you all have early voting in New York?
[00:25:17] Kim: [00:25:17] We do have early voting.
[00:25:19] They had it for the primaries, which I didn’t know. I went Googling for something else and just came across it. So I’ve never early voted, but I’m not going to early vote either for, cause I love to go on election day. It’s something about voting on election data. It’s like,
[00:25:38] Donyetta: [00:25:38] I think I’m going to do
[00:25:39] Kim: [00:25:39] early
[00:25:40] Donyetta: [00:25:40] voting.
[00:25:41] Because, yeah. You know, Atlanta is like the Mecca and you would think New York is much more populated than like Atlanta, like New York city. But I remember the first time that I was ever able to do early voting, um, was when I first moved to Atlanta and president Barack Obama was [00:26:00] running for his first term.
[00:26:01] And I remember I did early voting. Do you know, I had to stand in line like four hours. What it was called because, you know, everybody voted for that election. Um, it was cold outside and it started raining. And I was like, I will not be moved it’s especially when I saw like older black men and women who could be like my grandparents age standing in line.
[00:26:25] And it was cold and rain. Cause I was like, these are some of the same people that fought for my right as a black person in America to vote. And I’m going to sit out here and rocking the Ray right with them. And so I stood out there until I cast my vote. I was not moving. See,
[00:26:39] Kim: [00:26:39] that was sent a lot of people home.
[00:26:40] Cause I left. I’m waiting alive. No four hours in a rain girl.
[00:26:44] Donyetta: [00:26:44] I think, like I said it, cause it was president of Barack Obama’s first term. I don’t think I saw anybody leave that line. And at the time I was living in South Atlanta, so everybody in that line was a person of color and nobody moved even when the [00:27:00] rain kicked in and I was like, As a matter of fact, it’s sorta made me cause, you know, I told you about, I’m an assistant thug.
[00:27:05] As I get older, it actually made me teary eye to see that, you know, we are willing to stand in the rain because we go and vote.
[00:27:15] Kim: [00:27:15] We’re more populous, but like neighborhoods, we have schools in our neighborhoods, you know, like individual and that’s where we vote. We don’t vote. Like there’s a polling place at the rec center in my neighborhood, but there’s like four elementary schools in my town, a high school, you know, we have a lot of schools and you vote at the school.
[00:27:34] That’s closest to your house. So it’s never crowded at my polls. And even when I was in the Bronx, it was just never crowded. You know on election day, but yeah, I just hope people come out. Y’all need to stop a child shenanigans with this BS. You don’t like Biden and all this other shit and get y’all ass to the pole and stop plan.
[00:27:55] Are we going to be stuck with Trump’s ass for four more years? Y’all be making me mad.
[00:28:00] [00:28:00] Donyetta: [00:28:00] Let’s go to the polls. Like you go to the dance floor when you hit cash, money records taken over for the nine, nine and the two.
[00:28:09] why don’t we say that saw every episode?
[00:28:16] I think you said that to me, but
[00:28:20] Kim: [00:28:20] they said this is every girl when that song comes on,
[00:28:24] Donyetta: [00:28:24] like when that first beat,
[00:28:26] Kim: [00:28:26] when you hit that.
[00:28:29] Donyetta: [00:28:29] Yeah. I was a band nerd from like fifth grade until I graduated high school
[00:28:44] right across from each other. We were always, always meant to be twins, but my senior year I was drum major. Now, before y’all get excited. I went to a predominantly white high school. So it wasn’t like the drum major. That’s leaning [00:29:00] all back on the football. Nah, I was actually like director.
[00:29:03] Kim: [00:29:03] Wasn’t the one from drum line,
[00:29:06] Donyetta: [00:29:06] nothing, but like, so I just, and I think that’s why I love music so much.
[00:29:11] And I can, I just like everything about my life is music, but I can be in the club and listening to a song and you know how to DJ DJL start to like blend in another song, like, and I can catch what it is. So I remember once me and my friend, we were somewhere and they were playing music and I was like, back that ass up about to come on.
[00:29:30] And I was like, you don’t already hear it. And she was like, no. And as soon as I got that out, my mouth, it show came off. I be knowing. Yeah,
[00:29:41] Kim: [00:29:41] that song is going to hit for the rest of our days. And we are 70 years old, went back that has come out. We call it a, we do
[00:29:50] Donyetta: [00:29:50] like King, his kids get off the floor. Y’all know about this.
[00:29:53] Y’all it’s going to be like, before I let go for our parents, get off the floor, this, this us.
[00:29:59] Kim: [00:29:59] Okay. [00:30:00] So we may have to call it a labor authority is on Tyler Perry over there because this man that shot 19 episodes of his news bra in four days,
[00:30:12] Donyetta: [00:30:12] that’s sounds like slave work. Um, how
[00:30:17] Kim: [00:30:17] do you, how long are the episodes?
[00:30:18] 10 minutes.
[00:30:21] Donyetta: [00:30:21] Wait is this show called bruh. And we want y’all to know it’s like B R U H, bro, bro,
[00:30:28] Kim: [00:30:28] like bro man from the fifth floor
[00:30:30] Donyetta: [00:30:30] or the fifth, but he hold up four fingers, but it’s the fifth flow.
[00:30:35] Kim: [00:30:35] Oh, my God ha
[00:30:37] Donyetta: [00:30:37] 19 episodes and four days, I don’t think I sent out 19 emails this week at work
[00:30:45] Kim: [00:30:45] and he has shot 82 episodes of television in 32 days.
[00:30:54] Donyetta: [00:30:54] Tyler, Tyler. First of all, Tyler, you still haven’t called me yet.
[00:31:01] [00:31:00] Kim: [00:31:01] We’re waiting
[00:31:04] Donyetta: [00:31:04] for mobile
[00:31:05] Kim: [00:31:05] Tyler Perry drive over there.
[00:31:06] Donyetta: [00:31:06] Okay. We’re going to pull up, listen to the project, Pat. Choose you. Willie Hutch. Wait. So like 19 episodes in four. Days, that’s almost five episodes a day.
[00:31:24] Kim: [00:31:24] Listen, Tom Perry is about his business.
[00:31:27] He is like this. See, this TV season is not passing me, but I’m getting these episodes shot. I just hope that his people are being paid well and
[00:31:38] Donyetta: [00:31:38] everything
[00:31:39] Kim: [00:31:39] is on the up and up over there.
[00:31:41] Donyetta: [00:31:41] Well, he might’ve did 19 episodes of four days. Cause that’s the only amount of time that people could stand to have them bad-ass wigs on it, that he ran it, all his,
[00:31:50] Kim: [00:31:50] those wigs, there were both, I was watching one of those shows and I had to stop watching it.
[00:31:56] Cause the lady wig was so bad when she went to jail to just stay that [00:32:00] way.
[00:32:00] Donyetta: [00:32:00] The one where she married the young guy and he took all her money. Felicia Rashad was in it too. Ms. Claire Huxtable herself. It was the last one that came out and
[00:32:14] Kim: [00:32:14] wasn’t
[00:32:15] Donyetta: [00:32:15] it. Yeah. And her attorney came to visit her because they thought she killed her husband, but he wasn’t really
[00:32:26] the alleged dad, husband had a box, Tyler Perry character. Cause you know, he likes spitely. He gotta be at all his own movies, child. Honey dumb wigs was like from Goodwill.
[00:32:37] Kim: [00:32:37] Listen in 2020, no one should have bad hair. I’m sick of y’all tired as lace France. We, I could see the damn nets.
[00:32:47] Donyetta: [00:32:47] I can’t like the planet of the apes, you know?
[00:32:51] So I plan the,
[00:32:52] Kim: [00:32:52] let’s say y’all be seeing me doing my hair on is don’t make me start doing wigs. Yeah, [00:33:00] I’m just saying my wigs would be tight.
[00:33:04] Donyetta: [00:33:04] I want you to start doing them,
[00:33:07] Kim: [00:33:07] the ACA pinch your picture, and I could see the net on your part. Or that you have so much, baby is coming down on the front
[00:33:15] Donyetta: [00:33:15] end. Yeah.
[00:33:18] I got to see this video
[00:33:23] it’s showing y’all where the baby hears is that she’s doing
[00:33:27] Kim: [00:33:27] wag is way back
[00:33:28] Donyetta: [00:33:28] yonder. Like what
[00:33:33] Kim: [00:33:33] today for y’all to still have bad hair. It doesn’t make any sense.
[00:33:37] Donyetta: [00:33:37] Or like when people like be having these wigs, but we can tell them whiz, cause it looked like Barbie doll hair, like y’all ain’t want to get it. What is it that Yackey I know that and I don’t even wear wigs, but like yeah, here in Atlanta we got a lot of weight.
[00:33:52] That’d be aye. Y’all wigs look awful. And it, I love you though, but I don’t love that wig.
[00:34:01] [00:34:00] Kim: [00:34:01] It’s terrible. Like I
[00:34:05] Donyetta: [00:34:05] will be wearing a wig up under her baseball camp.
[00:34:33] So we’re going up under your baseball.
[00:34:37] Kim: [00:34:37] Don’t think like why
[00:34:39] Donyetta: [00:34:39] you put it again?
[00:34:44] If you go put the wig,
[00:34:48] it doesn’t make any sense.
[00:34:52] Kim: [00:34:52] These are the cycles. I like their own picture. It doesn’t make any sense. [00:35:00] The hat. So you don’t have to show your hair. Why is your wig under yo
[00:35:03] Donyetta: [00:35:03] hat? You know what keeping up in this job, but it’s about
[00:35:10] Kim: [00:35:10] sex. Y’all leave the wigs on.
[00:35:13] Donyetta: [00:35:13] How does that work? I think you really got to know that person like you for you.
[00:35:17] Cause if you wait, if you’re wiggling like that, I know y’all your real hair is a whole,
[00:35:25] Kim: [00:35:25] I don’t even want to see what the real, yeah. I don’t trust checks that I never saw a real here. I’m sorry. I’m sorry. I need to see your real hair. I don’t, I don’t know you if I have not seen your hair.
[00:35:39] Donyetta: [00:35:39] Why my cousin said on the first day he gonna start taking girls swimming.
[00:35:46] Okay. Because we be contour it in these ways. Wow. The forgiveness him back that week. But I hate, I hate it since the first day I saw it and I still hate it. Years later, listen,
[00:35:59] Kim: [00:35:59] I’ve never been [00:36:00] a wig person because I, um, I’m scared. That thing will fly, honestly.
[00:36:10] Donyetta: [00:36:10] Yeah. That’s somebody snatch it off.
[00:36:12] Kim: [00:36:12] Like I wore weaves back in the day.
[00:36:14] Not even to right before I started running, like I was we’d punch, but like, we’d think
[00:36:22] Donyetta: [00:36:22] I’ve done braids. And in high school I used to have a ponytail. That was a weave, right? Yeah. Yeah,
[00:36:31] Kim: [00:36:31] I don’t want to say like, what’s wrong with a weave. Y’all like what happened to, does the wave lady still in business or did she
[00:36:39] Donyetta: [00:36:39] try to make in frontals and there’s a whole section on tick top where they showing y’all how to lay like the lace.
[00:36:47] Cause I was like, what is lace for? I didn’t know, like y’all so wait, so y’all really going around all day with lace on your damn head and you put foundation over it. My skin is breaking out thinking a bout it. [00:37:00] So. What do you do? Like with, without a rush and go to the grocery store? Maybe that’s why she put that baseball cap home.
[00:37:06] Kim: [00:37:06] You do know, you just want to put the dog on cap one and go, you don’t put your wig on and then your cap.
[00:37:12] Donyetta: [00:37:12] So like, yeah, really walking around with like lace on your forehead every day, all day. Oh, listen, I ain’t about that life.
[00:37:24] Kim: [00:37:24] I just prayed to the gods and I’m happy. I still got my edges and
[00:37:29] Donyetta: [00:37:29] I don’t talk about edge.
[00:37:31] So nother. Nope, Nope, Nope.
[00:37:38] Kim: [00:37:38] Listen. I know people. DME. I could put you in contact with a few people, like, get your wish. Like, yo like if you put a flat iron to is going
[00:37:50] Donyetta: [00:37:50] melt. Yeah, that Barbie down here. Ain’t you know what, but denial is not just a river in Egypt and some of y’all in denial about this, the way these [00:38:00] wigs look on y’all head.
[00:38:01] And then you got like, if you have a significant other and you still walking around with your head, like that girl dump him, he don’t love you. Cause he got you out here looking crazy.
[00:38:11] Kim: [00:38:11] Let’s say, I don’t know how he went
[00:38:13] Donyetta: [00:38:13] off on this tangent about Tyler Perry and them damn weeks, Michelle fault. And you still
[00:38:22] Kim: [00:38:22] there?
[00:38:22] Perry, you got us just going off on these dogs on with, but listen, for real though, it’s DME. I know some people that could hook you up, hook your wig up, but let’s say I confess I have bought two wigs in my life too. And they hanging on the door in the
[00:38:38] Donyetta: [00:38:38] package,
[00:38:43] really that hard for y’all to put these lace fronts down. What
[00:38:47] Kim: [00:38:47] do you mean? Just put it on and like,
[00:38:50] Donyetta: [00:38:50] what do you do? Like you glue it.
[00:38:52] Kim: [00:38:52] Some people glue it and
[00:38:54] Donyetta: [00:38:54] you put foundation on it. What has it work?
[00:38:57] Kim: [00:38:57] You, you put foundation in the part, so [00:39:00] it’s not white. So with like math blends in with your, your scalp,
[00:39:04] Donyetta: [00:39:04] but it’s on your forehead though.
[00:39:07] No, you cut the last
[00:39:12] question. I’m gonna need you to go, you know what? I might do a YouTube
[00:39:23] then I was like, cause y’all got this, this lace in the front, like how you, I thought they liked it. Yeah.
[00:39:30] Kim: [00:39:30] And you have to cut the lace off around your edges. Right? And then some of the girls glue it down. They glue the lace down to the forehead.
[00:39:40] Donyetta: [00:39:40] So
[00:39:42] Kim: [00:39:42] that’s why yo edge is a snap. Cause y’all be grew into your hair line.
[00:39:45] I just want to glue it to your forehead.
[00:39:47] Donyetta: [00:39:47] My forehead every day, the
[00:39:50] Kim: [00:39:50] girls that glue it. I think they leave it on. Cause some of the lace brands, you can just put it on and take it off everything. But the ones that [00:40:00] glue it down, they don’t take that off every
[00:40:01] Donyetta: [00:40:01] day.
[00:40:03] Kim: [00:40:03] Let’s ask Cardi B less than her. The
[00:40:08] let’s ask Takashi. You guys, he just said he pays 50 GS for all his waves for each
[00:40:13] Donyetta: [00:40:13] week. No, but like cabbage patch, doll. So, so.
[00:40:23] No. I’m so sorry. We was not going to talk about this, David. I really got it. Cool. So wait. So like what happens days? You remember like back in the day, like, we didn’t want nobody to know he was wearing a wig unless you had like the Patro. Great. But like now it seems like you’re okay with us knowing you have a wig, cause you didn’t want to buy like the expensive one.
[00:40:40] You got that shiny Barbie doll hair wig. Like it has the cinema. I like when
[00:40:46] Kim: [00:40:46] I wear a weave, like I ordered my hair from India. Like my head was late and slay, my girl died, honey blonde. My shoe was late that day. No way in hell. I’m walking around with [00:41:00] synthetic wig weave here. Like I wish that, that a kid, Nancy.
[00:41:06] My passion had this synthetic job, but it
[00:41:08] Donyetta: [00:41:08] looked good. It was real kill out womb let, when we logged on there, I was like
[00:41:17] Kim: [00:41:17] red, you know, I like my honey blonde, but
[00:41:20] Donyetta: [00:41:20] you, I promise if you are a wig person and you listen to this and you were offended, I promise you. I’m sorry. And God loves you. And I still do too, but it hit dog Kahala. And if that’s you fit, I want you to change your damn wig.
[00:41:34] Kim: [00:41:34] I’m not sorry. I need y’all to get y’all shit together.
[00:41:37] It’s 2020, or do you some hair and get you a wig. May I’m sick of CNS, synthetic shit. Moving on
[00:41:46] Donyetta: [00:41:46] another one. Oh. When the person who always be wearing these synthetic wigs, like take it off and then where they real hair and people would be telling them that it cute, but it’s not, you.
[00:42:00] [00:42:00] I’m just blanking. Okay. So, and other bullshit of the week y’all I love y’all like that bullshit other way. Yeah. Jesse Smollett, smile. Laugh.
[00:42:21] y’all know, we spelled the name of our podcast.
[00:42:30] Kim: [00:42:30] We’re American. What did they expect
[00:42:32] Donyetta: [00:42:32] supposed to be like? Cause there’s two of us. It’s supposed to be Les, but y’all gonna get Ellie.
[00:42:37] Kim: [00:42:37] We ain’t changing it.
[00:42:39] Donyetta: [00:42:39] And I’m not going back on all of those platforms,
[00:42:45] but Jesse Small, let Jesse, Justin just said small legs. Yeah. The city of Chicago is still coming after Jesse. Or just call him mr. . Mr. [00:43:00] for the alleged false accusations he made about his experience would be an attack by some Magda supporters. When was this?
[00:43:09] Kim: [00:43:09] 2018
[00:43:10] Donyetta: [00:43:10] or 2019? When he was said he was attacked
[00:43:13] Kim: [00:43:13] a long time ago.
[00:43:14] Donyetta: [00:43:14] Yes. So, you know, the FBI did an investigation and now the city of Chicago is requesting the records and the files from the FBI. Like they will not leave him alone. Poor
[00:43:27] Kim: [00:43:27] Jessie, just what is ups Chicago’s ass. That’s what I wanted to like, why do they have a hard one for him? Y’all got thousands of, let’s see how many murders happened in Chicago this year.
[00:43:41] Donyetta: [00:43:41] Now, you know that number going to be big. I don’t even know why we looking at up.
[00:43:46] Kim: [00:43:46] I don’t want to see how many murders happened in Chicago. That y’all are so hard. Or for Jesse Small that you didn’t know.
[00:43:51] Donyetta: [00:43:51] Chicago is hot. The black is hot. Remember when new Orleans used to be the murder capital of the world,
[00:43:59] Kim: [00:43:59] hold [00:44:00] on 523 people have been killed this year in Chicago, and that’s 157 more than this time in 2019.
[00:44:10] And we gone through COVID and y’all kill more people during COVID then in 2019. And y’all after Jesse like arrest somebody damn murder was, y’all got so much time when y’all hands like. Yeah, I ain’t got shit else to do Chicago PD
[00:44:26] Donyetta: [00:44:26] and you know, other celebrities have come out in support of Jesse and saying like, this is a witch hunt.
[00:44:33] Um, and his story has not wavered. So no matter what the news reports have been, his story, the very first story that he gave us is the various, this is the very story that he is sticking with. So he has not wavered in his accusations. So like Danny Glover, Angela Davis, and others, like standing in solidarity with him.
[00:44:52] And I don’t know what’s going on in shy town.
[00:44:55] Kim: [00:44:55] And he was on IgE live, um, a couple of days ago with Mark Lamont [00:45:00] Hill. I need to watch it. I didn’t get a chance to watch it, but yeah, I always believed him. I never like something didn’t add up with those brothers stories. And if you look at what’s out now, they’re saying that motorcycle.
[00:45:18] Donyetta: [00:45:18] I don’t hear this one,
[00:45:19] Kim: [00:45:19] you know?
[00:45:20] Donyetta: [00:45:20] Yeah, I do. Now. I hear it. Now
[00:45:24] Kim: [00:45:24] they were saying that the brothers were detained for like
[00:45:30] Donyetta: [00:45:30] a day or two and then five. And then that’s when they changed their story saying he orchestrated the whole thing. Yeah.
[00:45:36] Kim: [00:45:36] Like for two days I think they were detained and they said, you know, I think they got a
[00:45:40] Donyetta: [00:45:40] deal.
[00:45:41] And that’s why
[00:45:42] Kim: [00:45:42] we canceled their story and switch everything up. So I just don’t know why he would. I mean, people do things for crazy, strange reasons, but I just didn’t feel that he made this up. Cause I
[00:45:58] Donyetta: [00:45:58] remember thinking, wow, that’s such an [00:46:00] odd thing to lie about and I don’t condone lying, but if he did make this story up, is it really so egregious that we’re focusing on it?
[00:46:13] Like still to this day?
[00:46:15] Kim: [00:46:15] I don’t think he made enough make him pay a fine and like move on. Like what. What are y’all doing? Go solve some murder mysteries
[00:46:25] Donyetta: [00:46:25] like Chicago got all the cry. I love Chicago. One of my favorite scenes is the visit. Johnny choo
[00:46:33] Kim: [00:46:33] listen, I’ve been there once. And I ain’t going back, Chicago, that grave for me,
[00:46:40] Donyetta: [00:46:40] I love the magnificent mile and the Navy pier.
[00:46:43] We got to take a little twinge trip, so we might go see Arisha, you know what? I was listening to the Reed podcast and crystal on the read, she’s going to see show in Vegas. You remember? We don’t
[00:46:56] Kim: [00:46:56] remember. We just want to see how much the tickets were.
[00:46:59] Donyetta: [00:46:59] Look it up [00:47:00] now. Yeah. I promise we don’t mean to be getting off track.
[00:47:03] Thank you for rocking with us in this
[00:47:06] Kim: [00:47:06] tickets are
[00:47:08] Donyetta: [00:47:08] for sure. Yeah, yeah. Yeah.
[00:47:14] Kim: [00:47:14] I’m telling it at least $200. He’s going to be there July 16th
[00:47:21] Donyetta: [00:47:21] of this year or next year.
[00:47:27] I know it’s been a bit, I’ve been telling y’all I’ve been living my best life from 2012. I don’t even know what day of the week I hadn’t packed.
[00:47:35] Kim: [00:47:35] Okay. Oh, section 400 is one 19
[00:47:41] Donyetta: [00:47:41] and 300
[00:47:43] Kim: [00:47:43] sexual one Oh five is seven 56,
[00:47:47] Donyetta: [00:47:47] $7 and 56 cents.
[00:47:50] Kim: [00:47:50] I hate
[00:47:51] Donyetta: [00:47:51] you. Section three of a BRC concert and I didn’t pay that much.
[00:47:57] Kim: [00:47:57] Oh, section two [00:48:00] is $299.
[00:48:04] Donyetta: [00:48:04] 200, 299 half or some red bottle.
[00:48:09] Kim: [00:48:09] But wait, remember, this is a little theater. It’s not that big.
[00:48:13] Donyetta: [00:48:13] My little rant bottoms will fit halfway in that theater for two, two, two, nine, and dad’s half or some red bottoms.
[00:48:20] Kim: [00:48:20] Wait, section three is one 99. How
[00:48:24] Donyetta: [00:48:24] far back is it though?
[00:48:26] Kim: [00:48:26] The place is not big. It’s a, it’s a theater.
[00:48:30] Donyetta: [00:48:30] Roseland ballroom the fi even to the Fox theater here in Atlanta.
[00:48:33] Kim: [00:48:33] No,
[00:48:36] Donyetta: [00:48:36] let me think what that is. We want to go July of next year. We gonna, we gonna get fluid out to Vegas.
[00:48:43] Kim: [00:48:43] Okay. So I think if we wait, we could probably get tickets for way cheaper than that.
[00:48:50] Donyetta: [00:48:50] Especially if the world keep blowing up, you
[00:48:52] Kim: [00:48:52] know, we don’t even know if this content is even going to happen.
[00:48:57] Donyetta: [00:48:57] I like it.
[00:49:00] [00:49:00] Kim: [00:49:00] I want
[00:49:00] Donyetta: [00:49:00] to go. Is this part of the show? Yeah. Oh, I thought we was just talking offline
[00:49:10] Kim: [00:49:10] in concert. I never saw him before.
[00:49:13] Donyetta: [00:49:13] I haven’t either. So you think it won’t sell out or? Sure.
[00:49:18] Kim: [00:49:18] No. Nobody’s rushing to buy concert tickets right now.
[00:49:23] Donyetta: [00:49:23] Okay. We can wait til, let me see. When we go revisit this time,
[00:49:28] Kim: [00:49:28] we don’t wait for that vaccine drop
[00:49:31] Donyetta: [00:49:31] and all y’all turn into zombies for using it.
[00:49:34] Kim: [00:49:34] Then we’ll think about buying some tickets for a concert.
[00:49:38] Donyetta: [00:49:38] And, you know, Atlanta’s where they filmed. What was that show? The walking dead. So I’m really not going to do no vaccine.
[00:49:44] Kim: [00:49:44] It
[00:49:45] Donyetta: [00:49:45] is. Yeah. People have started filming in Atlanta. Um, it’s one of the major, like places where, you know, cause it’s what traditionally LA, Chicago and Atlanta is really up there, especially cause Tyler Perry studios, Tyler Perry [00:50:00] has a whole damn white house.
[00:50:02] At Tyler Perry studios. You name it like he got it.
[00:50:06] Kim: [00:50:06] Gotta love it.
[00:50:08] Donyetta: [00:50:08] Yeah. Hell yeah. Revisit this after y’all take that vaccine.
[00:50:13] Kim: [00:50:13] Exactly. Alright.
[00:50:16] Donyetta: [00:50:16] Tamar
[00:50:18] Kim: [00:50:18] Tim Martians. What’s up with y’all girl. Have STEM filed a restraining order against her.
[00:50:29] Donyetta: [00:50:29] So it was alleged that Tamar tried to commit suicide. What was that?
[00:50:32] Probably an August
[00:50:34] Kim: [00:50:34] recently.
[00:50:38] Donyetta: [00:50:38] And now her boyfriend, what is his name? David. A Deficil a death. So I D I don’t a death, so I believe he’s,
[00:50:49] Kim: [00:50:49] I’ve never heard of this man. At
[00:50:52] Donyetta: [00:50:52] a festival, he’s African. Cause I remember she went to his, his country, um, before and [00:51:00] like they post it, you know, we’re in tradition, traditional African, uh, clothing and stuff, but yeah.
[00:51:07] Yeah. Hold on.
[00:51:14] Kim: [00:51:14] Oh sure. She said he was attacked while he was driving, but you, I mean, if a man is going to go get a restraining order, you must feel that your life is threatened. Right.
[00:51:30] Donyetta: [00:51:30] You know, not necessarily if I were a man and a woman hit me, I would try with all my might not to hit her ass back. But if
[00:51:42] Kim: [00:51:42] you keep,
[00:51:42] Donyetta: [00:51:42] if you poke a bear and I tell this, this is why I don’t like condoned women hitting on men, because if he hit you back, cause you hit him, I don’t want to hear you cry.
[00:51:51] I do not condone men hitting women, but you know, so he might have done this restraining order, like to put some space between them because you can only hit me so many [00:52:00] times if I pop you back.
[00:52:01] Kim: [00:52:01] Well, well, move out of her place, go into your own place. And like what,
[00:52:08] and now it’s all over the media, like,
[00:52:12] Donyetta: [00:52:12] and he got money. He does something like he’s a businessman, which
[00:52:16] Kim: [00:52:16] I don’t know any hitting either way,
[00:52:20] Donyetta: [00:52:20] but
[00:52:21] Kim: [00:52:21] then did you have to find the woman just was in the hospital for. Her mind and she’s just been home for not too long. And now you go and file the restraining order.
[00:52:33] You know, it’s going to be public. As soon as you walk into the precinct, it’s going to be public
[00:52:42] Donyetta: [00:52:42] What’d they tell y’all in school. Keep your hands and your feet, feet to yourself. Well,
[00:52:47] Kim: [00:52:47] look at here
[00:52:49] Donyetta: [00:52:49] and that’s probably, I don’t know. We don’t know we’re not there, but I feel like if he filed a restraining order against her, like, it might be a little bit more elaborate than he just got hit. [00:53:00] One time.
[00:53:01] Cause I’ve never felt I’ve never been hit first of all, because I’m not locked up. Cause if I got hit, I’d be locked up.
[00:53:10] The only, the only thing I wish that inward would, but you know what I’m saying? Yeah. The only thing I wish I wish in were would, but no, like, yeah. Keep your hands and your feet to yourself. Have you ever had a dude kill?
[00:53:31] Kim: [00:53:31] No, listen, I ended up ahead. No dude. And I ain’t never been hit because. Men know, not to try me.
[00:53:42] I ain’t the one you see my face. I ain’t the one. So go ahead and try it if you want to
[00:53:50] Donyetta: [00:53:50] push me. Yeah. So I just hate that. I know she has some allegations out there. What is their show? The Braxton family values comes [00:54:00] on E and she has said that they, we TV. We
[00:54:05] Kim: [00:54:05] E
[00:54:09] Donyetta: [00:54:09] woo, woo. Woo. So I do remember her going on a rant and seeing that they pimped her family and that they have caused a lot of unnecessary strife that her family didn’t have before they started recording the show.
[00:54:21] Um, and then, you know, she got a divorce from her husband. They used to have a reality show, remember her and, um,
[00:54:27] Kim: [00:54:27] 10 more events.
[00:54:29] Donyetta: [00:54:29] And so. I just really hate that it’s all come down to this, but you guys, you know, like mental health is real. Um, and I just wish you the best, cause it just seems like she’s in a tumultuous time in her personal life altogether.
[00:54:46] Kim: [00:54:46] On another note.
[00:54:49] Donyetta: [00:54:49] Hello?
[00:54:53] Yeah. I just going to say
[00:54:55] Kim: [00:54:55] that, I remember when it first came out, that she would say to him, and I said, you went from Vince
[00:55:00] [00:54:59] Donyetta: [00:54:59] to that.
[00:55:03] Kim: [00:55:03] It’s not good. Looking to me.
[00:55:06] Donyetta: [00:55:06] You thought,
[00:55:08] Kim: [00:55:08] no, that’s what I said. You supposed to upgrade? You’re not supposed to go from Vince
[00:55:12] Donyetta: [00:55:12] to that.
[00:55:17] Okay. Everything looks better than that. Like, if I left a gummy bear in my car and like the Georgia heat and it melted that looks better than Vince
[00:55:29] Kim: [00:55:29] listen, Vince was overweight. Right. But she wasn’t with him for his good luck. She was with him when he was back, she was with him for the money. Let’s keep it real.
[00:55:37] Donyetta: [00:55:37] No, she wasn’t with him for his good looks because even if he was not overweight, his face was still this.
[00:55:44] Kim: [00:55:44] But I’m just saying if I’m going, if I’m divorced and a big guy, and I’m my next main squeeze, he going to be fun. AFE. Ain’t gonna look like that, dude.
[00:55:53] Donyetta: [00:55:53] Yes.
[00:55:57] Your picture is too high or that [00:56:00] handsome. I said handsome. I know some women as handsome. I’m sorry. Y’all y’all in this. Let me see, you know, whatever some girls like ugly do.
[00:56:17] Kim: [00:56:17] He’s ugly.
[00:56:21] Donyetta: [00:56:21] Okay. I’m just saying, you know what she
[00:56:24] Kim: [00:56:24] interviews like, what is your motive, dude, file your restraining order and go back to the whole, you crawled out of like, I don’t want to see no interview from
[00:56:32] Donyetta: [00:56:32] you. All of her do she might just be with, for personality and then, you know, like, like, yeah. Can you
[00:56:41] Kim: [00:56:41] say, Oh, I’m with him because he has a nice personality.
[00:56:44] Donyetta: [00:56:44] Cause he’s ugly like that.
[00:56:47] Kim: [00:56:47] He had a great personality, but he was ugly.
[00:56:50] Donyetta: [00:56:50] Yeah, he would’ve liked spank him. Don’t nobody want nothing. So you make a sandwich. So like everybody needs to talk about how ugliest [00:57:00] dude was. And then when I got with him, all the holes used to come out and try to talk to him.
[00:57:06] Kim: [00:57:06] Okay.
[00:57:07] Ugly dude, before, but I was in ninth grade and he had an accurate
[00:57:11] Donyetta: [00:57:11] legend. I was not going to say the grades because if I do or the grade or the age, because if I do that, y’all know what I’m talking about. All of y’all was ugly.
[00:57:22] Kim: [00:57:22] I think every woman has dated ugly dude before
[00:57:26] Donyetta: [00:57:26] for one reason or other, all of my.
[00:57:34] It’s such a tragedy that like data not fine, dude. And then find out that your attitude is justice. Ugly. Is your face.
[00:57:42] Kim: [00:57:42] Say, I like me. I’m a good looking dude. He ain’t gotta be
[00:57:46] Donyetta: [00:57:46] super fun. Know,
[00:57:50] Kim: [00:57:50] but he can’t be ugly. Like you can’t, I can’t be here. You can’t be there.
[00:58:00] [00:57:59] Donyetta: [00:57:59] Come one of my exes, when we finally broke up, my friend’s like, Oh God, I’m so glad. She was like, girl. Cause I hated the way he dressed. And you post pictures of y’all and you be beaten and he’d be sitting there messing up all. He goes,
[00:58:15] Kim: [00:58:15] okay.
[00:58:17] Donyetta: [00:58:17] Why didn’t you ever tell me that she’s like, cause you liked him, but not as y’all broke up out, tell you,
[00:58:26] Kim: [00:58:26] look, sometimes guys can kill you with kindness and you just get attract now. But I have to have some type of physical attraction to you. You can’t be like.
[00:58:36] Donyetta: [00:58:36] Yeah,
[00:58:41] I’ll make my little tie down, fall out.
[00:58:47] Cause we’re talking about folks with ugly wigs.
[00:58:54] I can’t
[00:58:56] Kim: [00:58:56] be Herbert alone.
[00:59:00] [00:59:00] Donyetta: [00:59:00] You brought it up, talking about she downgraded. I think they’re not on the same level
[00:59:06] Kim: [00:59:06] yet. I want a bit, my choice for my next man’s in them. Look
[00:59:10] Donyetta: [00:59:10] the pig. Is it slim out here in these streets? Right? I
[00:59:16] Kim: [00:59:16] was going to say something about her personality, but I’m not gonna say it cause I’m a support assistant get well, Tamar.
[00:59:23] And don’t give this dude anymore. Shine and light don’t even mention his name moving alone.
[00:59:28] Donyetta: [00:59:28] he’s doing interviews said about her hitting him.
[00:59:33] Kim: [00:59:33] I’m like, what is your motive? Dude? Tamar Braxton is asked David at a festival, opens up about domestic violence,
[00:59:43] Donyetta: [00:59:43] not working through this, like he’s her ex now.
[00:59:45] Cause they were engaged
[00:59:47] Kim: [00:59:47] and your
[00:59:50] Donyetta: [00:59:50] fiance.
[00:59:52] Kim: [00:59:52] And she, she has a show and he’s trying to get the show, not to air because he thinks the show was going to make him look bad.
[01:00:02] [01:00:00] Donyetta: [01:00:02] they can only edit it so many ways. I mean, I know, I do know TV shows, look, we edit this, so I know like you can cut and piece stuff together and you don’t necessarily get the full context, but yeah. How much are they editing to make you look bad? If you weren’t acting in a certain way?
[01:00:19] Kim: [01:00:19] You said what you said, and you did what you did.
[01:00:23] Donyetta: [01:00:23] One OD slash candy, and then candy said, but what you said,
[01:00:35] I love real Housewives of Atlanta love y’all.
[01:00:40] Kim: [01:00:40] All right, David. Bye. David.
[01:00:46] Donyetta: [01:00:46] Y’all. I hate to have to talk about this for it’s like so many different reasons. Yeah. And I got jumped in prison. It is alleged that are well, [01:01:00] no, he did. R Kelly got jumped in prison by another inmate. Apparently, allegedly the inmate was upset because they get, keep putting on look, they kicked give that blah, blah, blah.
[01:01:11] They keep getting put on lockdown. Because of protestors, R Kelly protest is outside of the prison now. Yeah. I don’t know who is protesting or I came to be in prison, but stop that’s some bullshit.
[01:01:25] Kim: [01:01:25] No know these women love them. Some are Kelly. So these women love them. Some are Kelly. I dunno, some documentary on him and like the women that outside the courthouse, like pretty R Kelly, like he has, these would be brainwashed.
[01:01:44] Donyetta: [01:01:44] Wasn’t it. A married lady that paid his, his bail money.
[01:01:49] Kim: [01:01:49] Like
[01:01:49] Donyetta: [01:01:49] liquidated her, let me tell y’all something. I grew up in an air where, what was our Kelly’s first song that would have made him, you know,
[01:01:59] Kim: [01:01:59] bump and [01:02:00] grind.
[01:02:01] Donyetta: [01:02:01] I grew up, I was in middle school when that song came out. So like R Kelly was a part of my teenage years and my young adulthood, I love his music, but y’all always not out here condoning bullshit.
[01:02:12] Kim: [01:02:12] No. So.
[01:02:14] Donyetta: [01:02:14] He allegedly got jumped because the other inmates keep getting put on lockdown because of our Kelly protesters outside the prison. And allegedly, he alleges that the guards have been telling people, Oh, all y’all on lock down because of our Kelly protest is so R Kelly was mine and his business, and some other dude came up to him and just started pummeling him and kicking him.
[01:02:35] And our Kennedy got beat down. So, this is
[01:02:44] Kim: [01:02:44] like a man. You want to be paying a little girl’s good. Beat his ass every day.
[01:02:48] Donyetta: [01:02:48] He already got it. Beat down in that download video where mr. Biggs dropped him off in the desert.
[01:02:54] Kim: [01:02:54] Betas ass again. He deserves every licking. [01:03:00] He gets
[01:03:01] Donyetta: [01:03:01] woo.
[01:03:03] Kim: [01:03:03] He was gone and he was going to get away with this shit, but it finally caught up with his ass.
[01:03:07] So take your Lykins like a man or a Kelly.
[01:03:10] Donyetta: [01:03:10] Kim
[01:03:12] Kim: [01:03:12] off with this had some good songs.
[01:03:17] Donyetta: [01:03:17] I saw somebody post me on Instagram this week. They said like R Kelly would murder anybody that he went up against for a versus yeah, because let me tell y’all, y’all gonna start. Let me tell you got to understand that your actions have consequences.
[01:03:34] And I mean that for celebrities and for those of us who are listening to this that are not celebrities. And so we never got to see that versus no, I think a lot of your music is being snatched off of streaming platforms in general. So, I mean, I wholeheartedly believe maybe R Kelly could go toe to toe with like a Michael Jackson or Prince, but like anybody else in this era, you K touch R Kelly when it comes to music, but we, ain’t never going to see that versus.
[01:04:00] [01:04:00] Kim: [01:04:00] That’s an imprint of dead. So
[01:04:04] Donyetta: [01:04:04] yeah, I forgot about that is hands down is a musical genius, but you’re like personal life. Just let me tell y’all consequences are real.
[01:04:19] Kim: [01:04:19] Listen, I was in college. When that sex tape came out, you would have thoughts. That he would have got his act together when that went public.
[01:04:28] But no, you had to keep on with Joe shenanigans, all at Kelly and look down.
[01:04:33] Donyetta: [01:04:33] I’ve
[01:04:34] Kim: [01:04:34] never seen it. Have you seen it? Girl, someone bought that tape to my dorm room and we watched that in a group. It
[01:04:40] Donyetta: [01:04:40] was, it looked like him.
[01:04:43] Kim: [01:04:43] He claimed it was his brother.
[01:04:45] Donyetta: [01:04:45] Which one? Cause let me tell you that one brother that we saw on that documentary.
[01:04:50] Remember he, he said, no, I know he did say that with his brother because his brother talked about that. And I was like, that was
[01:05:00] [01:05:00] Kim: [01:05:00] you gonna throw your brother under the bus and yo house? It was your, it was in his house in Chicago. He had the grotto, the inside pool, like
[01:05:09] Donyetta: [01:05:09] calm it’s no church. Wow. He, his, he was playing a hunger games with his own.
[01:05:16] Kim: [01:05:16] I don’t have any sympathy for R Kelly. You. Deserve everything that’s coming to you are Kelly, take your beat downs. Like a man
[01:05:27] Donyetta: [01:05:27] say it was
[01:05:28] Kim: [01:05:28] nasty behind
[01:05:29] Donyetta: [01:05:29] pillow. I’ve never seen the tape. Uh, but everybody that I know that has seen it was like, it looked like him.
[01:05:38] Kim: [01:05:38] It’s him. And this was back in the day we had a VCR.
[01:05:43] Then we
[01:05:44] Donyetta: [01:05:44] put that,
[01:05:51] I don’t
[01:05:52] Kim: [01:05:52] know who brought that same to campus, but it was on campus. And we watched that old nasty tape.
[01:05:57] Donyetta: [01:05:57] Cause Fargo said that was her niece. [01:06:00] Correct?
[01:06:00] Kim: [01:06:00] One of those girls article,
[01:06:03] Donyetta: [01:06:03] she said it was her name. Yeah. I can’t even go down that rabbit hole. They attract, they attracted to people. That’s in your age group, you know,
[01:06:12] Kim: [01:06:12] little child molester by R Kelly.
[01:06:16] It’s Nancy. Yep.
[01:06:21] Donyetta: [01:06:21] But God be with you. I hope you don’t keep getting jumped on, but I mean, karma don’t ever forget nobody address. Even if you move, she know where the post office forwarding your mail.
[01:06:31] Kim: [01:06:31] She going to find that
[01:06:33] Donyetta: [01:06:33] ass. And beat that ass.
[01:06:44] Kim: [01:06:44] Woo. So what are first on social media this week?
[01:06:53] I’m going to tell you what man, this irks me every single day, like every other day, [01:07:00] every other day,
[01:07:01] Donyetta: [01:07:01] what is it? This
[01:07:03] Kim: [01:07:03] damn Palatan fat. How do you say it? Peloton, Peloton,
[01:07:08] Donyetta: [01:07:08] Peloton, but the bike, the Peloton bike. If
[01:07:10] Kim: [01:07:10] I see one Mo one Mogan of you posting your damn coupon code, if you got
[01:07:17] Donyetta: [01:07:17] to buy a Peloton, I use my coupon code,
[01:07:23] but when you see the police send them to me, because when I moved to this house, I want him to edit out. So
[01:07:28] Kim: [01:07:28] I don’t say a Pella try.
[01:07:30] Donyetta: [01:07:30] Yeah,
[01:07:33] Kim: [01:07:33] it is a
[01:07:36] Donyetta: [01:07:36] live where I live Peloton bikes. And so when I moved into this house, I just can’t be coming to the fitness center at this apartment complex. So I’ve already, we decided instead of this year, I’m getting a Peloton bike.
[01:07:54] Kim: [01:07:54] I’m going to need you to get a regular road bike and get yourself an indoor trainer.
[01:08:05] [01:08:00] Donyetta: [01:08:05] book
[01:08:06] Kim: [01:08:06] and that doggone pelletize sports bra. I refuse
[01:08:09] Donyetta: [01:08:09] that like two years, but so you see at all post pictures, sometimes they’re like my spin shoes, cause like I’ve actually gotten shoes to clip into the Peloton bike.
[01:08:22] Kim: [01:08:22] It’s a damn cold. Every time I see, I see the video, I see the coupon. If you’re going to buy it Peloton, what did I get for the code?
[01:08:32] Do they get
[01:08:34] Donyetta: [01:08:34] this cow?
[01:08:38] Cause they already have the bite. I don’t want the Peloton here, but let me tell you in another reason too, I love Peloton because the trainer, I like Tuneday and I like Alex Tucson. Alex Tucson is one of the, yeah, baby, that thing is fine. And I take his classes cause I feel like he can see me on that TV screen.
[01:08:58] And I’m not going to let you [01:09:00] down. I got you bro.
[01:09:02] Kim: [01:09:02] Listen, I never buy a Peloton. If y’all want to give me one, I’ll try it out.
[01:09:10] Donyetta: [01:09:10] Tyler sent us a Peloton bike.
[01:09:14] Kim: [01:09:14] I got two bikes, roadie, one tri bike. I am not buying a Peloton.
[01:09:22] Donyetta: [01:09:22] But you’re not what, now that I’m moving and I will have like a garage now I was going to get like a road bike, but no, like I’ve already mapped out in my room.
[01:09:33] Like in my head with these other three beds rooms are going to be in a Peloton is going in one of them. I hate you
[01:09:41] Kim: [01:09:41] listen. And people because I can’t take it. Like y’all drive
[01:09:46] Donyetta: [01:09:46] me with the Palestine.
[01:09:49] Kim: [01:09:49] What is the big deal is so you take, listen, people have been doing exercise classes for years. This is nothing new.
[01:09:55] It’s nothing new. Why are we also amped about Peloton? What are they, [01:10:00] what kind of crack is, are you a healing from those bikes that make y’all promote this company? So
[01:10:07] Donyetta: [01:10:07] I hadn’t been seeing it, but I do rap Hill. I’m in a black girl magic like Peloton group on Facebook.
[01:10:13] Kim: [01:10:13] Oh, kill me now. Just
[01:10:15] Donyetta: [01:10:15] put a fork in me.
[01:10:18] Can I, can I get annoyed at track bike, which is going to be like under a thousand, that Peloton is like 2000 bucks. Yeah. At a minimum.
[01:10:25] Kim: [01:10:25] Listen, I was looking at a Nordic track. Treadmill.
[01:10:29] Donyetta: [01:10:29] Peloton has treadmills too.
[01:10:31] Kim: [01:10:31] I’m not buying nothing. You can’t pay me to join that. Colt, a never going to happen.
[01:10:39] Donyetta: [01:10:39] Okay. I’m never in red bottoms this year, I’m buying a Peloton.
[01:10:44] Kim: [01:10:44] Listen, I, I almost bought a pair of red bottles. I said, I have refused to buy another pair of shoes. I was going to hurt my damn
[01:10:50] Donyetta: [01:10:50] feet. I tell you if I ever had a pit shoes that I can not walk in and I’d be walking like a. Oh, prostitute at the end of her [01:11:00] shift things, aren’t my ankles. And they don’t make your feet hurt.
[01:11:05] I feel like they make the bones in my ankle hurt. I feel it in my spirit, but I never took no bad pictures. Like the pictures I take when I’m wearing them, they’re red bottoms. It’s just like they make
[01:11:18] Kim: [01:11:18] right. You know? They make everything you’re supposed to, but
[01:11:26] I can’t wear, because it’s too high. I need to cut the Hill. Like they’re too high. My feet hurt
[01:11:31] Donyetta: [01:11:31] that five inch pair. What is it? The pegol. I remember I asked Saka, morally SIM is wearing, you know, she’s already tall, but I would always see her wearing those shoes. And I was like, I’m going to get those shoes.
[01:11:46] So I remember I went to New York. It was the year I wanted to go see Beyonce at the Roseland ballroom. And we went to the Christian Lou Baton store. Is there one of like in, in Brooklyn? Where is it?
[01:11:57] Kim: [01:11:57] No, it’s probably in on fifth Avenue or [01:12:00] something.
[01:12:00] Donyetta: [01:12:00] It seemed like it was in an area like full of brownstones.
[01:12:03] And every time I see Brown stones on New York Cosby show. Yeah. That might’ve been there, but we went and they did not have it in my size. Like, and the guy was like, well, you know, if you order them online, they won’t charge you shipping. Or no, they wouldn’t charge me tax because at the time Atlanta didn’t have a Christian Louis Vuitton store.
[01:12:26] You can get them at Saks and, um, Nordstrom, but we didn’t have a, like a Christian Lou Baton store. Maybe I bought them five inch heels. And let me tell you the last time I wore them was on Valentine’s day and I got out the car and before we got to the damn restaurant, I had to take them shoes off and I was walking barefoot and did not care.
[01:12:49] And people was looking at as like what, say something almost.
[01:12:54] Kim: [01:12:54] There’s no way I’m spending that much money at my feet are gonna hurt. I’d
[01:12:57] Donyetta: [01:12:57] rather buy a bag. They are [01:13:00] the most beautiful shoes I have ever on. But when I tell you, as soon as I put them on, I can see the vein popping out the top of my foot.
[01:13:09] So every friend that DMS me and be like, Hey, I see you have some red bottoms. Are they comfortable? No, but it’s worth it.
[01:13:18] Kim: [01:13:18] Let’s say, yeah, everybody knows. Some things are not comfortable. I
[01:13:22] Donyetta: [01:13:22] feel like Fred Flinstone, every time I wear them shoes,
[01:13:25] Kim: [01:13:25] You know what shoes I want to try though? Is, um, Sarah Jessica Parker, have you seen her shoes?
[01:13:33] Donyetta: [01:13:33] No,
[01:13:35] Kim: [01:13:35] man.
[01:13:37] Donyetta: [01:13:37] I follow her. It’s a, Nick was Shay. She got cute shoes.
[01:13:42] Kim: [01:13:42] Jessica Simpson. Yeah,
[01:13:44] Donyetta: [01:13:44] she asks you, I got a pair of her shoes. That’s about three and a half, four inches by bed. I’m things. Aren’t my feet. But when I tell you them photos, the pants,
[01:13:52] Kim: [01:13:52] they are probably an eighth of the price of a pair of Louis Vuittons.
[01:13:56] Donyetta: [01:13:56] Yeah. Probably got her shoes at like a DSW or something. Okay. I [01:14:00] think the cheapest pair of crystals, lieutenants I have are seven 50. Yeah. I think that’s the cheapest fare. I got seven 50.
[01:14:09] Kim: [01:14:09] That’s a lot,
[01:14:10] Donyetta: [01:14:10] sorry. Birch be charged and fold them down. Flip flops. I got him for the five, $200. I don’t know. I think I’d be thinking I’m one of these rappers here in Atlanta, where I have some of the Millers, those flats, those ballerina flats, but I had the flip flops too.
[01:14:25] You know what I’m talking about?
[01:14:27] Kim: [01:14:27] The Miller. Those are the Millers.
[01:14:29] Donyetta: [01:14:29] What’s the ballet ballet. I got the mill, I got the Brown, like the khaki color and the black of the Miller.
[01:14:38] Kim: [01:14:38] Yeah. I only get my Millers when they’re on sale. They gotta be on sale
[01:14:43] Donyetta: [01:14:43] or fans and friendly, uh, friends and family day.
[01:14:47] Kim: [01:14:47] You know, Bloomingdale’s Tory.
[01:14:49] Burch is not in friends and family. No more. Cause I used to get all of my stuff on friends of family at Bloomingdale’s. They took her out and case Bay going Tory Burch. [01:15:00] Doesn’t send me Tory Burch used to have
[01:15:01] Donyetta: [01:15:01] their own. Like, if you buy so much, you get 30% off and I might get one email like that a year now.
[01:15:08] Whereas I used to get more cause I would send it to my friends. Like I remember one time, I don’t know what drug I was on, but I went to Phillips Plaza and you know, Phillips is across the street from Linux. Linux is the mall, but Phillips is the mall. I walked out of there with like three shopping bags and Tory Burch.
[01:15:25] Like I work at a damn strip club and had to make my money for the year. Oh, Jesus. And I think some of the shoes I bought with too small.
[01:15:40] Kim: [01:15:40] right. So what aren’t you on social media this
[01:15:44] Donyetta: [01:15:44] week?
[01:15:48] I can’t figure out this new Instagram algorithm. So Instagram is really, really pushing the reels, which is like the. Kmart version of tick [01:16:00] tock.
[01:16:03] The reels. I’ve noticed that if I surreal, like I have some reels out there with like, let me look cause I’m, uh, I, you know, I’m in finance. I have like actual and factual numbers. I have reels out there in the universe that have over 600,000 views. But when I post something on my regular Instagram timeline, how only 200 of y’all saw it.
[01:16:33] Kim: [01:16:33] be lying.
[01:16:35] Donyetta: [01:16:35] So I get the whole promote what you want able to utilize and see, but like, those of us who are trying to be like social media influences. Yeah. I killed you killing me smalls. You remember that from the Sandlot you’re killing me smalls. You’re just trying to figure out this new Instagram algorithm and I wouldn’t.
[01:16:55] And the other thing it does not bother me, but I’m really concerned about some of y’all [01:17:00] is mental health.
[01:17:05] So you can see that Prince face. That, I mean, I may you sell that? Me and my Prince when he was like, I actually seen my music and then he looked at the camera. Oh, that’s my falls out. But yeah, like, you know, different strokes for different folks. I don’t use. Social media is my diary. So yeah, I don’t know if I’m having a bad day, as far as y’all know, on social media every day is a Beyonce day.
[01:17:29] Daniela LAN
[01:17:31] Kim: [01:17:31] my, some people
[01:17:32] Donyetta: [01:17:32] do, but yeah, so I just been seeing a lot of concerning things and it really does genuinely concerned me because I know that COVID and the fact that we are indoors all the time and confined to what we can and cannot do as affecting people’s mental health and especially so, yeah, I majored in psychology and undergrad.
[01:17:50] So like, I’d be like feeling like mental health, like I get it. Um, but like, and the fact that we’re [01:18:00] coming up on winter and a lot of us are gonna deal with how do we handle the holidays now that we can’t, you know, just go see family or friends like we typically would do for Christmas and Thanksgiving, but like some of y’all are like really doing the most on social media.
[01:18:13] And it’s really, really concerning. Very. Um, so, and I know like a lot of insurance companies, they are waiving the, even the copay or the deductible that you would pay for like telehealth mental services. And so like, no seriously, like check into that. Cause like we had so many resources out here for people to feel alone.
[01:18:36] Kim: [01:18:36] That is true. Some people don’t even know that insurance covers, you know, psychologist visits.
[01:18:47] Donyetta: [01:18:47] And I always say too, like I always, I keep me a therapist on felt like sometimes I go and I really don’t have any. I literally, sometimes when I talk to my therapist, I’m talking about the fact that Oprah magazine and the shade [01:19:00] room posted my tick tock.
[01:19:01] So you don’t have to like, just. Be like in a dire situation to have a therapist, like get one before stuff hits the fan. And so when stuff hits the fan, it might not bother you as much, or at least you have the tools to work through it. But I promise y’all me and my therapist be talking about tick tock sometimes because right now, you know, life is good.
[01:19:22] You don’t have to be like in a dire, like situation to have a therapist and it’s okay. I know black people, we love I’m a Christian. I believe Jesus is the son, the, you know, the son of God and then he died. And on the third day he Rose from the dead, but believe in Jesus and a therapist,
[01:19:42] everything away. But yeah. God has equipped people here on this earth to help you with your mental health. I promise you he did.
[01:19:53] Kim: [01:19:53] What else? Insurance covers what. Dermatologists.
[01:20:02] [01:20:00] Donyetta: [01:20:02] I’m just
[01:20:12] Kim: [01:20:12] to thinking about what insurance covers. Like people don’t utilize their insurance plans. You can go to the dermatologist and get your skin checked
[01:20:20] Donyetta: [01:20:20] out. Have you seen somebody who is going to get this
[01:20:27] there’s a dermatologist front weeks?
[01:20:31] Kim: [01:20:31] Unfortunately. No, he can. When you break out on your forehead though, they can help you out with that.
[01:20:38] Donyetta: [01:20:38] From that glue. But when we talk about all the ass, when we stopped recording, but yeah, the dermatologist is covered.
[01:20:47] Kim: [01:20:47] Hey, if you go get your annual checkup, you go to your GYN annually, go to therapist, check out the dermatologist as well.
[01:20:57] You can go to the chiropractor on your [01:21:00] insurance. There’s so many things that we don’t utilize. That’s included in our insurance.
[01:21:05] Donyetta: [01:21:05] I’m just saying I’ve gone to, to a chiropractor. So I’ve done it two ways. I’ve gone to a chiropractor that does accept my insurance, and then I’ve gone to a chiropractor that did not, but they gave me like a discounted.
[01:21:19] Like fee that they were charged, which probably wasn’t much more than what my copay would be. So yeah. The chiropractor is covered. Your therapist is covered. And like I said, because of COVID, a lot of insurance plans are waiving your deductible. Yeah. And your copay to do telehealth mental health. Services.
[01:21:43] Kim: [01:21:43] And a lot of people could use some of those services.
[01:21:47] Donyetta: [01:21:47] I want to try to do it even when it’s not COVID, but right now it’s free. So we really don’t have no excuse.
[01:21:52] Kim: [01:21:52] No, not at all. And
[01:21:55] Donyetta: [01:21:55] with that,
[01:22:01] [01:22:00] Kim: [01:22:01] we want to thank you for listening to another episode of Le Twins Experience.
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[01:22:55] It’ll help you girls out,
[01:22:57] Kim: [01:22:57] you know, and we’re now on Google podcasts. So will [01:23:00] you draw users drawing?
[01:23:03] Donyetta: [01:23:03] That is how you can listen to it now.
[01:23:08] Kim: [01:23:08] Listen to us on Google podcasts, but I think most of the users would use Spotify. Right?
[01:23:14] Donyetta: [01:23:14] I think most drug users need to get their life and get an iPhone. I don’t know what they use because I don’t focus the devil stuff.
[01:23:21] That’s devil worshiping.
[01:23:22] Kim: [01:23:22] Let’s say we not discriminate if we love y’all.
[01:23:25] Donyetta: [01:23:25] Yes, we are. This is my voice. I’m discriminating and get your life and stop using that foolishness.
[01:23:33] Kim: [01:23:33] With your green bubbles. Alright.
[01:23:38] Alright. Y’all we’ll catch you on the next one.
[01:23:41] Donyetta: [01:23:41] Later,
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