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...relaxed, free-spirited, fun filled conversation...
FSG is a weekly show focused on pop culture, music, politics, current events, and pretty much anything that's poppin' in today's society! Irene's fun and witty approach to conversations takes listeners on an audible ride that they're sure to enjoy! Come kick it wit ya girl...for sh*ts n' giggles.
What up, fam! It’s been a rainy few days for Irene, who’s prepping for a weekend in NYC & FAMU’s homecoming. And Shells’ son is her biggest teacher this week – the young man is paying attention to details and asking some hard questions.
In the wonderful world of Ellen, this week’s guests included Tracee Ellis Ross, and Kim Kardashian West & young North. Then, there’s the new segment “When Life Gives You Lemons” that we over-love! Ellen’s fashion line is available … at Bergdorf Goodman<— hyperlinked for your (and Irene’s) convenience, lol.
This week’s Would You Rather weighs happiness and knowledge. Let us know what you’d rather on Facebook and Twitter. @FSGPodcast #FSGWYR
Around the water-cooler, we’ve narrowly escaped another government shutdown; there’s the NCAA hustle; Trump is worse than Putin (Go figure.), President Obama addresses gun control…again, and apparently, there’s no place for selfies in baseball. So, there’s that.
As the days get shorter and the weather gets cooler, the cuffs come out! This week, we talk about Cuffin’ Season, which makes for an interesting conversation since Irene’s single and ouchea…and Shells is married and not.
Irene’s Beats are playing what could serve as this “season’s” anthem of sorts. (We should also mention that someone is falling under the Tidal spell…IJS). And Shells is still learning from Taraji’s example of support and encouragement, and sharing the insight in this weeks Eye Spy.
That’s a wrap…for now! Until next week, Listen. Laugh. Share!
(recorded October 2, 2015)