FreeSaidThat Presents "Issa Story"! The host Free brings forth the first writer Nia to introduce the story and what a way to kick off the story. I didn't have a clue how the story was gonna start off but after this, you'll be anxious for the next episode. Please support the writer by sharing this episode with the hashtag IssaStory and hashtag ThePreachersSon. Stay tuned because the next episode will air Tuesday with a different writer, different personality, and different writing style. If you would like to read more of Nia's work please check her out on Facebook by searching Books by Nia'Simone.
FreeSaidThat presents "Issa Story" preview! About 3 weeks ago, the host Free, came up with an amazing idea while thinking of new content called Writers Edition. Without these 8 talented writers for this season, none of this would've been possible. All episodes will be released every Tuesday and Friday. You don't want to miss this season. Also, the winner of the free 18*24 freestyled painting for the July giveaway was announced.
This Podcast episode is about some of the personal stories my special guest Hood encountered with women. These stories can be similar to a lot of men and their encounters with women daily. Even though its based on true events, these stories are also comical and many of the reasons why my guest is single now.
I've been seeing posts on social media about hoes winning and when will classy women come back in style like they disappeared. Why are hoes being glorified and not the classy women? Why do men love video vixens, foreigns, strippers and those type of women? Why do men prefer an Amber Rose or Blac Chyna? These statuses and posts left me with the question, are hoes really winning. So this podcast episode is about the host Free giving his blunt opinion on the topic at hand. Are hoes really winning and do classy women finish last?
This Podcast episode is a little nasty, a little dirty, a little kinky but you'll enjoy it. The topic is oral anal sex, rimming, tossing salad or just eating booty. Eating ass use to be looked at as a taboo. People would look at any anal play as some gay shit. Surprisingly, artists still put it in their music even though it was looked at as a gay act. In 2014, one artist changed the hip hop culture and made people change their perspective of oral anal sex. Should men eat the booty and should women lick the gooch?
This podcast episode is about the Dr. Umar Johnson interview with the Breakfast Club and what he stated about interracial dating/marriage in the black community. Who you date/marry is a reflection of you. Just like who you surround yourself with is also a reflection of you. That's why I agree with birds of a feather flock together. It doesn't mean that everything about them is you but some parts of them are you. You may not see it but if you truly look at it for what it is, you will. Why would you marry someone just because yall share the same struggle?
What is fear? According to the dictionary, fear is an unpleasant emotion caused by the belief that someone or something is dangerous, likely to cause pain, or a threat. In the movie After Earth, Will Smith had a powerful message about fear. What are your fears? Many people will say things like heights, snakes, spiders, darkness, lightening, and other common things. I advise everyone to face their fears head on. You won't accomplish any of your goals or dreams if you allow fear to hold you back. No one said it'll be easy but it's definitely worth the try. You never know, that risk may change your life for the greater good.
Loyalty! What is loyalty? To me, loyalty is being faithful to someone or commitment/obligation. Loyalty is always being there for someone even if you're a distance away from them. Should loyalty be given at the talking stage? I've seen a post going around social media that states, "You gotta be loyal during the talking stage to prove you're loyal enough to take it to the next level". Lets not forget what the talking stage is. The talking stage is when two individuals just met and have an interest in each other. The interest leads to those two individuals flirting, texting, conversing over the phone, and hanging out. You're getting to know them and they're getting to know you. At this point, you're interested in each other but still trying to figure each other out.
In Today's society, electronic devices have became addictive especially with cellphones and everyhing being so accessible. That's why majority of the world can't go hours without using their phones especially with social media. Lately, I've been seeing posts about keeping relationships private or off social media completley. So does that imply that social media ruins relationships? Or does it imply that private relationships are healthier?
Thank you society for creating these statistics, stereotypes, and personas. Yall deserve a round of applause for having people say stupid shyt like they don't see color but they're not blind. I want to thank the news for always having depressing and negative stories instead of embracing the positive stories around the world. Y'all deserve a standing ovation for assisting in building these statistics, stereotypes, and personas. I forgot though, negativity equals ratings.
Friends, how many of us have them? Friends, ones you can depend on? What is your definition of a friend? The term "friend" is used so loosely nowadays. A friend is for a lifetime. A friend is family. Are the people you consider friends truly your friends?
If a man expressed what he truly felt inside would he be considered weak and/or feminine? Or would he just be considered a human being? Should society be the blame for creating a masculine ideal? According to society, men are suppose to be strong and tough. So is that why growing up, a lot of men were taught to "man up" and "boys don't cry".
Happy Father's Day to all the father's, grandfathers, godfathers, stepfathers, brothers, cousins, mentors, coaches, teachers, and all the father figures out there. Ladies, we hear/see it daily about the men that aren't there in the lives of these children but let's appreciate the men that are.