It’s time to vote on who deserves to take the L TRAIN this week! First up, we have a professor, who according to The Sun, was giving a lecture when he accidentally showed hardcore pornography! Yikes! The other candidate is a man, who according to the Arizona Daily Star, had a gender reveal party that started a MASSIVE fire! Who do you think deserves a ride on the L Train?
An LOL Even When We’re Not Laughing: How to Make Sure Your Texts Aren’t Taken the Wrong Way!
From LOL to an excessive amount of emojis, we do these things to make sure our text messages aren’t misinterpreted!
Reducing Your Exposure: How Do You Handle Toxic In-Laws?
From family gossip to more serious encounters like drug use and alcoholism, we weigh in on if and when there is a right time to distance children from toxic in-laws. Watch the full conversation here: https://youtu.be/ZeSL1sJPmpo
Pay for Play: Triller Wants to Pay Black Creators $4,000 For Content, but Is It Pandering?
In an attempt to create an equal playing field for Black content creators, Triller is offering a $4,000 payout to its influencers. But is it enough? Is the social media app in danger of pandering? Watch the full conversation here: https://youtu.be/39AzO11nNIU
Mama Nilda Teaches Adrienne How to Make Arroz Con Pollo!
Adrienne is no stranger to the kitchen, and this year she’s committed to nailing down arroz con pollo, a traditional comfort dish that’s a favorite in many homes. And she’s enlisting the help of Mama Nilda to get the job done! Get the full recipe and instructions here: https://youtu.be/5Q9PrIQ8sss
Karol G Takes a Tumble — Revealing Our Most Embarrassing Falls Ever!
Who remembers when Loni fell during Season 3? Or when Adrienne took a tumble walking out in Season 5? We open up about our most embarrassing falls ever! Watch the full conversation here: https://youtu.be/Uiurfqf-IHc
Jenifer Lewis: ‘We’re as Sick as Our Secrets,’ Talks ‘Finding Kendrick Johnson’ Documentary
Actress, comedian, and philanthropist Jenifer Lewis opens up about her journey to stardom, her hope for the next generation, and the cultural importance of “black-ish.” Plus, she discusses her newest project, “Finding Kendrick Johnson,” a documentary that follows the story of the mysterious 2013 death of the teenager whose body was found rolled up in a mat in his high school gym. Watch the full conversation here: https://youtu.be/U0Z0iHR6EMg