The 2Biggs Podcast keeps the comedy in cultural commentary. Bizzare takes. Big laughs. Big time lessons to learn. Willie Colon and Brandon Newman combine to create the Spike Lee Joint of Barstool Sports Podcasts. Featuring some of the culture's most influential people, the 2Biggs Podcast wants to highlight minorities and our beautiful, bold stories.
Whitlock's Rhetoric & Remembering Breonna Taylor (feat. Kimberley Martin)
This week on 2Biggs, Willie and Brandon are joined by ESPN reporter Kimberley Martin. We react to Jason Whitlock’s recent comments about Maria Taylor, Katie Nolan, and other women he's criticized in sports media.
After their time with Kimberley, Willie and Brandon react to the news surrounding the indictment of the officers involved in Breonna Taylor’s death in Louisville, Kentucky.
Lockdown Love, LeBron, And Kaepernick (feat. Renee Montgomery) + 21st & Prime Preview w/ Jamie Dukes
This week on 2Biggs, Willie and Brandon are joined by 2x WNBA Champion, Renee Montgomery. The former UCONN National Champion talks about how nervous she was opting out the 2020 season to focus on social justice reform. As one of the three WNBA players on the infamous “Kyrie Call” in June, Renee explains how a discussion about creating social change among the best basketball players in the world, turned into a feeding frenzy for trolls on Twitter. After giving the NBA an A- for their efforts bringing awareness to social justice issues, Renee admits to being underwhelmed by demonstrations from NFL players during Week 1.
Also, former NFL lineman, Jamie Dukes joins us to promote the newest podcast coming to Barstool Sports, “21st & Prime” featuring himself and his best friend since 1985, Deion Sanders. After previewing their PRIMEcast, starting Monday, September 21st, Jaime and Willie debate who is keeping Colin Kaepernick out of the league.
Before the interviews, Willie, Brandon, and Jetski discuss Maria Taylor’s Monday Night Football outfit, LeBron increasing reward money for the individual who shot two police officers in Los Angeles, and Maya Moore marrying Jonathan Irons, the man she recently helped release from prison.
Prenups, Poop, And Pete Davidson (feat. Derek Gaines)
This week on 2Biggs, Willie and Brandon are joined by comedian Derek Gaines. Fresh off of his performance in Judd Apatow’s “The King Of Staten Island,” Derek talks about what he learned from rooming with Pete Davidson when they were aspiring standup comedians in 2013. Derek is opening for his friend and former roommate on tour and talks about how Pete Davidson mastered his rise to relevancy. “On top of him being funny, he knew how to be famous… if a girl dated a rapper that was hot, and they broke up, he would try to date that girl.”
After over a decade of NYC standup comedy, Derek Gaines talks about still being star-struck by Dave Chappelle, getting big-timed by Chris Rock, and put on game by the late, great Patrice O'Neal. He also starred in the first two seasons of Tracey Morgan’s sitcom “The Last OG” and calls the former SNL star the “Ol Dirty Bastard of standup comedy.” After updating Derek on OBJ’s shit, he talks about being a “cul-de-sac black” growing up, watching porn on-demand, and how his new comedy album “Fuccboi Ground Zero” was inspired by dating randos in the city.
Before the interview, Willie and Brandon discuss Dr. Dre’s estranged wife requesting $2,000,000 a month in a divorce settlement and Willie opens up about the prenup he and his wife signed before they got married. Then, with the help of Jetski, 2Biggs demand justice for Odell Beckham Jr and the s****y situation Chief Keef’s BM put him in plus their problems with the drama-filled reboot of The Fresh Prince called “BEL-AIR” coming to HBO Max.
Pivot Point (feat. Fatman Scoop)
This week on 2Biggs, Willie and Brandon are joined by veteran rapper/radio DJ, Fatman Scoop. From Tupac to Biggie Smalls, to Mariah Carey and Nas, Scoop started his rise in New York City along with these legends during the golden age of hip-hop. The Grammy Award-winning rapper tells us what Tupac and Biggie would be doing socially if they were still with us today. “If Pac was alive now, he wouldn’t even be f*cking with hip-hop … he would be out there in the streets.”
Fatman Scoop tells us how he started his radio career at HOT 97, how important it was for him to pivot when the coronavirus completely stopped his cash flow, and why he could never be jealous of DJ Khaled.
Before the interview, Willie and Brandon react to the news of Chadwick Boseman's death and decide what actors they'd like to see carry the Black Panther franchise. They also discuss Will Smith's Fresh Prince of Bel-Air reunion and the ongoing beef between Will and the original Aunt Viv.
Kenosha, Wisconsin (feat. KFC)
This week on 2Biggs, Willie and Brandon are joined by KFC. On Barstool Sports’ B-day, one of the pirate ship’s forefathers talks about how the company has evolved in the last 17 years. “We don’t snitch. We don’t threaten to sue. We don’t go to HR. That kind of shit is not my Barstool; talking about real issues, that is my Barstool.”
KFC talks about the NBA, NHL, and MLB postponing games, the power of OnlyFans, and why NYC is still the best city in the world (despite homeless people having sex in the subways). Make sure to download KFC's new app, “Answer The Internet” to answer the most ridiculous questions the internet has to offer.
Before talking to KFC, Willie and Brandon react to the video and news of Jacob Blake being shot seven times in his back by a police officer and discuss the 17-year-old murderer who killed two protesters in Wisconsin.
50 Shades of WAP (feat. Selenis Leyva)
This week on 2Biggs, Willie and Brandon are joined by award-winning actress Selenis Leyva. Most commonly known for her role as Gloria in Orange Is The New Black, Selenis talks about what it was like being such a big part of Netflix’s longest-running series. From Law and Order: SVU to The Sopranos to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, this Bronx native explains why she’s been so successful in Hollywood for so long. This proud Afro-Latina is currently starring in Gina Rodriguez’s series, “Diary of a Future President” streaming now on Disney+. Willie makes sure to get Selenis’ take on fellow Bronx legend Cardi B and her music video for “WAP.”
Selenis also tells us about her new book, “My Sister: How One Sibling's Transition Changed Us Both.“ This memoir that Selenis Leyva co-wrote with her sister, details the struggles their family went through during her sister’s transition and how from an early age, she knew there was something different about her baby brother. “Growing up in the Bronx, Transgender wasn’t a part of our vocabulary.”
Before the interview Willie, Brandon, and Jetski debate New York City’s devilish ways, Meg Thee Stallion and Cardi’s B’s dick and vagina raps and potential solutions to College Football’s Coronavirus problem.
Great to hear you guys talk about tough topics in a coherent way
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