5 episodes

Teddy and Keydra are two NYC-based journalists who bonded over their love for Beyoncé and disdain for the current administration. Regardless of their opinion, they report unbiasedly on politics, entertainment and American culture all while throwing subtle shade.

We Said What We Said Journalists Reporting Out-loud

    • Society & Culture

Teddy and Keydra are two NYC-based journalists who bonded over their love for Beyoncé and disdain for the current administration. Regardless of their opinion, they report unbiasedly on politics, entertainment and American culture all while throwing subtle shade.

    New beginnings and handsy Joe

    New beginnings and handsy Joe

    New beginnings and handsy Joe by Journalists Reporting Out-loud

    • 26 min
    Ep 35: Blackface History Month

    Ep 35: Blackface History Month

    Teddy and Keydra talk about how this has been a Black History Month for the ages (and we're only a week in!) We talk Virginia politics and Liam Neeson's wanting to carry out a plot from one of his movies

    • 38 min
    Ep 34: Flewed Out by the Hamberdlar

    Ep 34: Flewed Out by the Hamberdlar

    Teddy and Keydra talk 45 feeding college football champions McDonalds at the White House, who's running for president and Soulja Boy's impact.

    • 30 min
    Ep 33: Conviction (Remix)

    Ep 33: Conviction (Remix)

    Happy New Year, saints! Teddy and Keydra are back after a brief hiatus. In the latest episode we discuss the government shutdown, Cynthia Brown and Surviving R. Kelly.

    • 40 min
    #TBT: We Said What We Said

    #TBT: We Said What We Said

    We're taking a little break, but we'll be back next week with fresh content. Take some time to listen to the episode that started it all!

    • 34 min

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