It’s get super hot in The Valley whenTola Talks up close and personal with co-host Vi about phone sex, Mukbang, non-traditional dating, crappy first dates and why white boys love chocolate.
We also pay tribute to musical sensations Lady Gaga and Taylor Swift, as well as the five ex-Presidents and the Major League Baseball pennant champions, the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Houston Astros.
Not to mention Vi’s year-long abstinence and Rich’s unrequited love when “the player gets played”. Tune-in below or subscribe on iTunes, Google Play or Stitcher. Have an awesome day everyone! Peace – R
Tola Talks porn star diets & synthetic eggs, meatless hamburgers & investment deals with Bill Gates and Google Ventures, JetBlue & accusatory passengers, MLB playoffs & GYST Awards, and all things New Jersey. On Wacky Wednesdays, Rich and comedian Shannon Dee (another Jersey gal born & bred) talk stupid trivia and dumb laws about their beloved state…the Garden State. Live weekdays on youtube.com/tolatalks
Today, Major League Baseball commemorates the 64th anniversary of Hall of Famer, Jackie Robinson, for breaking the color barrier as the first black player to play in MLB since the 1880’s. He was also the first black television analyst in Major League Baseball, and the first black vice-president of a major American corporation (Chock Full O’Nuts in 1957). In the 1960s, Jackie helped establish the Freedom National Bank, an African-American-owned financial institution based in Harlem, New York. This, from a man born into a family of sharecroppers. Jackie Robinson is definitely someone who overcame substantial obstacles, including death threats and horrific slurs from racially charged fans. But he persevered and won a World Championship ring when the Dodgers beat the Yankees in the 1955 World Series. So if there’s anything in your life that needs more perseverance to get you through, think of Jackie Robinson and stay the course. And do so with beautiful thighs & biceps with today’s 5 Minute Fat Burning Workout #51. Enjoy – R