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Getting Ignorant With It
Jul 19, 2020
Episode 18: I Just Want to be Mentally There Before I Physically Start
Play • 3 hr 2 min
In the latest episode, we venture into other people's business by giving our opinion on Jada Pinkett-Smith and her entanglements, speak on the latest episode of The Chi, and give a season review for "I May Destroy You." Alongside that, Shonda talks about a big move coming in her life, and Amari might be visiting family!Website:
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