Founder of “The Budgetnista” Tiffany Aliche is our go-to money expert, and now she’s adding author to her résumé with her New York Times best-selling book, “Get Good with Money.” She also talks about growing up “financially perfect” until a credit card scam left her over $200,000 in debt. Plus, she reveals four questions everyone should ask themselves before buying anything.
[Full Episode] Could You Date a Man with No Car? Loni Says No!
Comedian Heather McDonald stops by, plus we ask you to weigh in on a few important topics Real Fam.
Garcelle, Jeezy, Israel and James’ Very First Interview With Us!
Do you remember the first time we met Jeezy, Garcelle, Israel and James?
[Full Episode] Is It True That Nothing Good Ever Happens After 2 am?
We’ve got all the Girl Chat you love, plus, Backstreet Boys heartthrob Nick Carter is here!
Frank Somerville Slammed Over Gabby Petito Coverage
Does mainstream media cover people of color less frequently? We’re discussing Bay Area news anchor Frank Somerville’s reporting on the Gabby Petito case, and his noble attempt to point out the disparity in coverage between cases of missing white women and missing women of color.
Ice-T’s Wife Coco Gets Mom-Shamed for Letting 5-Year-Old Daughter Wear French Tips
Ice-T’s wife, Coco Austin, is being slammed after sharing she let her 5-year-old daughter wear French tip nails during school picture day. So we want to know: When it comes to appearance, are we allowing our kids to grow up too fast?
Part I: Cynthia Erivo’s New Book, ‘Remember to Dream, Ebere,’ Reminds Us ‘All Dreams Are Valid’
Tony, Grammy, and Emmy winner Cynthia Erivo discusses her new children’s book, “Remember to Dream, Ebere,” and her new single, “Glowing Up.” She also dishes on the advice she received from Oprah and how important training is for the New York marathon.