In this edition of the I’m Black, He’s Mexican Podcast, Arizona Verse & Soul Papo join forces to wax philosophically about our all time celebrity crushes, synesthesia, Aaryn gets evicted from the Big Brother House, being thirsty, the 80/20 rule in relationships, a win for The Black Guy Who Tips, racial/sexual/American privilege, VMA awards or White Music Awards, Miley Cyrus is still twerking, gay rapper not happy with Macklemore, the images of Rihanna vs. Taylor Swift, and Dr. Phil’s is drunk sex rape tweet and of course.. dedications.
In this edition of the I’m Black, He’s Mexican Podcast, Arizona Verse & Soul Papo join forces to wax philosophically about how sick of twerk videos we are, the terms hating and d*ck riding, Tech N9ne crossing over to black audiences, Snow Tha Product and all of her awesomeness, Kendrick’s “Control” verse, Oprah’s purse incident, Hugh Douglas gets fired from Numbers Never Lie, White Majority in America being gone by 2043, the blue eye mutation and how the real America can be found in the depths of the comment section.
American singer best known for her work with the music collective Postmodern Jukebox, performing vintage arrangements of modern hits like John Legend’s “All of Me” and The Post Service’s “Such Great Heights.” She has also recorded collections of original material like the Gravitate EP.
Natalie Marie Coyle (born September 19, 1984), known professionally as Natalie Eva Marie, is an American actress, fashion designer, fitness model, and professional wrestler.
In 2013, Coyle signed a contract with WWE, and was assigned to WWE’s Performance Center in Orlando, Florida to begin her training. In July 2013, she made her main roster debut, and later in the month became the manager of The Bella Twins, and also began starring in the reality television series Total Divas as part of the main cast. In mid-2015, Coyle began wrestling as part of the NXT women’s division. In April 2016, Eva Marie returned to the main roster, officially becoming a part of the SmackDown brand in July 2016. She officially left WWE on August 4, 2017.
Eva Marie made her film debut in Inconceivable, which was released on June 30, 2017.
In this pilot episode of the IBHM Podcast Arizona Verse & Dick Papo wax philosophically about the sagging pants myth, if white people can say the N-Word, the big misconception about the Paula Deen lawsuit, Arizona Verse’s interracial relationship, the Trayvon Martin verdict and what black people can do to avoid this in the future, album reviews of Watching Movies With The Sound Off, Born Sinner, The Gifted, Yeezus, Magna Carta Holy Grail, Gnostic Christianity and if Jay Electronica could possibly be Black Jesus and of course..
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