On this episode of What She Said Podcast, host Shanae Hall and co-host Rhonda Frost are joined by our new co-host Josh Powell to discuss what is going on with women. The group weighs in on comedian Mo'Nique's recent comments on how women dress in public and how women get possessive of their children.
On this episode of What She Said Podcast, host Shanae Hall and her co-hosts Rhonda Frost and Tina Shaw ask the question "Would you want to know if your spouse/boyfriend/girlfriend slept one of your friends?" Special guests Josh Powell and David Butler.
We went live on this episode of What She Said Podcast! Host Shanae Hall and her co-host/mom Rhonda Frost chat live with former NBA player Darnell Jackson and Apt 4B owner Glen Wilson. You will definitely be surprised by some of the responses. Don't miss this!
On this episode of What She Said Podcast, host Shanae Hall and her co-hosts Rhonda Frost and Shai Ellison chat with Affion Crockett who is the epitome of ‘don’t judge a book by its cover’. Of course the comedian has jokes, but he also speaks openly and honestly about his relationships and the role he plays. From Comedy to Sincerity, it’s an all-incisive episode you will not want to miss.
It's easy for us women to dismiss the pain of men because they don't normally talk about it. Being vulnerable is just not their thing, or so we've been told. Men do not talk about brokenness, trauma, or childhood issues. So when we are trying to date or get to know them, too often we are left confused. We find ourselves asking "why does he act like that”? In this episode of What She Said Podcast, we interview two successful men, Josh a former NBA player, and Jay a successful producer and writer who put their pride aside and got real with us about love, pain, dating, and relationships. This conversation was more than we ever expected. These men showed us that men can talk and they do feel emotions but it just takes the right questions and a safe place to have the conversation. Whew! This is a must-watch show!
On this episode of What She Said, Shanae Hall and co-host Rhonda Frost invite four other ladies to the panel to discuss all the things that women wish men knew before they started dating and the things that women hate, that men unknowingly do.
This episode is certainly relatable for most women and I’m sure that some of the things that the ladies say during this episode will resonate with a lot of men around the globe. This is certainly not an episode that you want to miss. It's filled with comedy & pure adulterated truth, from a woman’s perspective!
On this episode of What She Said, Shanae has a conversation with a panel of men to discuss some of the things that men wish women knew before they start dating and after they're in a relationship. The panel was open about their desires... everything from having their steak cut to not wanting their woman to touch the thermostat.
After such an engaging topic last week, Shanae and Rhonda had to bring back Ahlazar and Brian Casey for a part two to discuss the bible scriptures that contradict the rules of engagement as described in the previous podcast. This is definitely an episode that examines both sides of the coin a little more closely.
On this episode of What She Said Podcast, Host Shanae Hall tackles the problem with women and men looking for confirmation of our value from complete strangers. Image consultant Kevin Samuels has used his platform to issue out very brazen opinions of women, and what their “realistic expectations” SHOULD be, when it comes to dating. Shanae and her mother Rhonda share their opinions and personal experiences to prove that there are no absolutes. There is no perfect age, weight, size, shape or income that can determine who your life partner may be. That can only be manifested by the universe.
On this episode of What She Said Podcast, host Shanae Hall and her co-host, JJ Coffee, interview successful entrepreneur Drew Maloney about love and marriage when finding out his wife is pregnant with another man's child. What he does will shock you!
On this episode of What She Said Podcast Grammy award winning producer Bryan Michael Cox discusses how today's music is a reflection of the lifestyle hip-hop artists are living. Cox talks with host Shanae Hall and her co-hosts about growing up in a single parent household with a mom with very strict views on dating outside his race, finding love, and having his heart broken all while trying to heal from the traumas that black people have to deal with every day.
On this episode of What She Said Podcast, Host Shanae Hall and her co-hosts have an open and honest discussion with Grammy nominated gospel artist Marvin Sapp about love, marriage and keeping it sexy in and out of the bedroom. Marvin Sapp talks about the woman being a helper to her man, monogamy and the importance of sex in a relationship. Marvin gives us tips on how to love and communicate with your partner, and we get a little glimpse into his personal life. Tune in to learn how to keep your relationship healthy and make it last forever.
On this episode of What She Said Podcast, Host Shanae Hall and Co-Host Tina Shaw sit down with Dr. Abbot and get answers to the questions women want to ask, but can't. The discussion covers penis size, erectile dysfunction, how to make sex better and more! Get the answers straight from the expert! Learn how to talk to your partner about sexual performance. This is a must-see episode!
On this episode of What She Said Podcast, Host and Co-Hosts Shanae Hall, Tina Shaw and Rhonda Frost asks none other than Cedric the Entertainer "Is it easier to date a single man or a married man?". You will not want to miss this dynamic group discussing difficult topics. Ced gives us the man's perspective in a way only the "King of Comedy" can!
On this episode of What She Said Podcast, Host and Co-Hosts Shanae Hall, Tina Shaw and Rhonda Frost will have an open and honest conversation with Grammy award winning rapper and producer Clifford “T.I.” Harris about some comments he made on his podcast ExpediTIously. As most of you know, T.I. does not shy away from expressing his truths and opinions about all things, and Shanae does not have a problem with asking the tough questions to truly breakdown barriers and build a better understanding of the male/female dynamic.