Hello Ndi Nkem!
Yes, you read that right. Your girl is starting a podcast.
Last summer, during the thick of the pandemic’s first wave, my sister told me about a friend of hers in an abusive relationship. The entire dynamics of the relationship led my sister and I to do an Instagram live for us to vent. The live was pretty successful and it turned into a weekly segment titled “Let’s talk about it”.
After a few months, it became too much of a time commitment to host 3-hour long live sessions every Sunday and we had to pause. But now, we are coming back in full force. Not as an Instagram live, but as a podcast!!!
“Let’s talk about it” is our space to vent about anything and everything concerning life, love, and the pursuit of happiness. We will be discussing all those topics that society shushed us on. No holds barred. If we have an opinion on it, best believe you will hear it.
Are you as excited as I am? If you are, get ready cause the podcast will be launching on March 1st. We will be available on Spotify, apple music, google play, and everywhere you listen to podcasts. The podcast will also be hosted on this site, and you will see a tab on your right that will have all podcast information. Lastly, be sure to follow our Instagram page and be among the first to know any updates we have.
I’m so excited and I hope you are too. Bye!
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