Welcome to The Jungle is about the real, the fake and what's in between. From Visual Audio Time, the makers of 234 Essential Podcast, Dear Nigeria Twitter, A Music In Time, & FREE, Welcome To The Jungle is Hosted by Fresh L, Moni Osibodu and OD Mbadiwe.
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It’s so hard to say goodbye
In this season finale, Fresh L, Moni, and OD speak about Will Smith slapping Chris Rock at the Academy Awards. They catch up on their week, and also speak about taking a break from the podcast for a couple of months to restrategize.
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Everyone Needs a Getaway
In today’s episode, Moni and OD address the increase in the cost of diesel in Nigeria. They also speak on trending issues like the new Netflix show “Young, Famous and African” and Bianca Ojukwu’s spat with the former Anambra state first lady, Ebelechukwu Obiano.
Find The Friend Within
Fresh L, Moni, and OD speak about Headie's transfer to Atlanta, fuel scarcity, Eva's struggle with depression, YBNL's new artist, and new music in this episode. Dig in!
In this episode, Moni and OD discuss South African Rapper, Riky Rick’s death and the ongoing situation with Nigerians in Ukraine.
Try an Oxlade
On this episode, the crew discuss Buju’s name change to Benson, Abba Kyari’s arrest, Davido’s Martell trip to France and new albums from AG baby and Basketmouth.
Gen Z Time
This episode starts off with Fresh L's rant about women constantly billing men. What's the deal with sex tapes leaking? Why is it so difficult for so many people to act appropriately in public? Is it really fair to criticise a woman for being proud of her femininity? Listen to your favourite hosts, Fresh L, Moni, and the legendary OD discuss all these on this episode of WTTJ.
Love the pod.
Can we get a hot topics segment?
Great, need fresh to speak a little more, but still great