Come join Wale and Tae, two millennials from S.E. DC, as they share their opinions on all aspects of life while Producer Vince keeps it all together
HBCU Experience Pt. 1
We're back!!!! This week we're talking about the HBCU experience. Wale and Tae are joined by Renee (IG @solodolo202) from Norfolk State and Samia(IG @itrendmiaaa) from Spellman to talk about our experiences at HBCU's. We talk about how our schools have different cultures, traditions, how our HBCU has prepared us for the workforce and much more.Follow Us On: IG: :https://www.instagram.com/unfilteredthepodcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/unfilteredthepc
Don't Trigger Me Bro
We're back!!!!!! The season 4 premier is here. Wale and Tae discuss mental and emotional triggers which includes, being shushed and surviving a drive by shooting.Follow Us on our Social Media Pages down below.Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/unfilteredthepodcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/UnfilteredThePC
To Ghost Or To Claim
To Ghost or to claim, that is the question. In our season finale the gang is joined by @apriludora & @msreneelove to discuss the fine line of being claimed in a relationship or being ghosted. We talk about our personal ghosting stories and the reason why people get ghosted. Be sure to follow us on IG @unfilteredthepodcast and Twitter @UnfilteredThePC
Unfiltered Sex Vol 2
Let's talk about sex baby!!!!! The gang is back and we are bring back a favorite from Season 1. Wale & Tae are joined by Makya (IG @makya_danae) and Meisha (IG @meisha.shockley). We touch on a little bit of every from sexual experiences, attraction, a little dab of polygamy and awkwardness. Follow us at @unfilteredthepodcast
The gang is back and we're talking about the importance of voting. We talk about how important it is to vote in local elections and not just the presidential election, the acts of voter suppression that took place in Georgia and Kentucky, and if our generation votes.
I Can't Breathe 6-1-20
The team linked up to talk about the happenings of the George Floyd situation and why this was the breaking point. We also talk about police brutality, how Covid has taken a backseat, the protest and why do we give grace, and more chances to companies like Amazon when they mess up verses black businesses and more.