Four hilarious and opinionated friends, Ashley Holston, Maame-Yaa Aforo, Shakira Ja’nai Paye and Yazmin Monet Watkins, come together each week for laughs and brutal honesty as they offer their unique perspective and comedic take on the culture.
Don’t Smash The Homie, a Finale
OOD bids adieu as they embark on their new projects!
The African Diaspora w/ Dr. Greg Carr
OOD discuss their own African heritage and the idea of “The Year of Return."
Astrologist Chani Nicholas Be Knowing
OOD gets their birth charts read by famous astrologer, Chani Nicholas.
Adulting: All Groan Up
With age comes wisdom, perspective, and maybe (just maybe) a little more happiness. Right?
Female Rappers are Body-ody-ody-odying the Game
OOD chats with journalist and author of “God Save The Queens” Kathy Iandoli about the rise of female rappers in hip hop.
What's For You Is For You
This week, OOD discuss manifestation, moving to LA, setbacks along the way and more.
Dont let people bully you with their own insecurities
Loved Ashley’s story about her struggle to decide to live in her car and eventually build a tiny home. (Fear episode)
Other people try to use their power over us to validate their own insecurities, and the story about her being afraid of being judged as poor, but doing so anyway bc it worked best for HER was so impactful. Especially bc it shows how we look down on and SHAME those in poverty. Don’t let garbage people push their own shame and discomfort onto you.
Just bc something doesn’t work for you doesn’t mean it won’t work for someone else. And I wish we would stop thinking that one way is the only correct way to do things. Keep speaking your truth and having these conversations so we can learn to live with different pov’s (as long as they dont hurt other people).
Love these funny honeys!
This show is so good! All their topics are really interesting and the way they discuss everything is hilarious and conversational. I feel like I’m just sitting in the room with them and sometimes I want to jump in with some comments too. The advice part at the end is one of my favorite parts too. I highly recommend!!
Love the sisterhood dynamic! Keep doing what y’all do and continue to keep it real