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Modern Wisdom
#415 - Leo Kearse - JK Rowling, Trans Athletes & Blackfishing

Modern Wisdom

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 71:21


Leo Kearse is a comedian, writer and a YouTuber. I brought Leo on to discuss the most important news stories of the last few weeks. Real hard hitting stuff today like why JK Rowling has been written out of the new Fantastic Beasts trailer, how Sainsbury's are signalling their virtue by telling shoppers that they're racist on Twitter, why Jessie from Little Mix has been accused of appropriating black culture because she has ginger curly hair, how Nicki Minaj is rehabilitating people's personal brands over Instagram Live, why Leo got involved in a debate about censorship in comedy which descended into the historic oppression of women's football and much more... Sponsors: Join the Modern Wisdom Community to connect with me & other listeners - https://modernwisdom.locals.com/ Get 5 days unlimited access to Shortform for free at https://www.shortform.com/modernwisdom (discount automatically applied) Get a Free Sample Pack of all LMNT Flavours at https://www.drinklmnt.com/modernwisdom (discount automatically applied) Extra Stuff: Subscribe to Leo's YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCp1hRBGoDHKSn4HiHIzkXAw Get my free Reading List of 100 books to read before you die → https://chriswillx.com/books/ To support me on Patreon (thank you): https://www.patreon.com/modernwisdom - Get in touch. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chriswillx Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/chriswillx YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/modernwisdompodcast Email: https://chriswillx.com/contact/ 

Impeachment Today
"Cancel Culture" Isn't A Real Problem If You're Rich And Famous Enough

Impeachment Today

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 20:58


Kim Kardashian spoke out about being accused of Blackfishing. Britney Spears called out Diane Sawyer for that infamous interview from 2003. AND we're talking with Fast Company's Joe Berkowitz about the myth of “cancel culture.” Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Paparazzi
109. Kim Kardashian slutar med blackfishing och Britney Spears blir cancelled?

Paparazzi

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 53:57


Wow! En vecka av populärkulturella nyheter av RANG gås igenom. Vad sägs som Kim Kardashian + seriedejtande Pete Davidson = sant? Max kastar in en teori om att Kardashians lämnar blackfishing bakom sig. Han har även analyserat Britneys Instagram post #freebritney och är orolig, kommer hon bli cancelled? Samtidigt försöker Michelle luska ut vem hennes fästman Sam faktiskt är, bakom det där snygga ansiktet. Dessutom, är Nick Jonas tillbaks på marknaden? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

0630 by WDR aktuell
Das sind die neuen Corona-Regeln I Ex-Kanzler Kurz verliert Immunität I Blackfishing-Vorwurf gegen Shirin David I 0630

0630 by WDR aktuell

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 20:26


Es hat über ein Jahr gedauert, aber gestern ist es dann doch passiert: Minh Thu hat verschlafen und Flo musste alleine vors Mikro. Heute gibt es wieder die doppelte Host-Power und diese Themen: Welche neuen Corona-Regeln Ampel und Ministerpräsident*innen planen und was an diesen Maßnahmen kritisiert wird. (01:37) Warum die Immunität von Österreichs Ex-Kanzler Sebastian Kurz aufgehoben wurde. (08:27) Was Rapperin Shirin David vorgeworfen wird und warum Blackfishing problematisch ist. (10:33) Hier geht es zum Rice and Shine Podcast zum Thema Cultural Appropriation: http://www.wdr.de/k/Rice-and-Shine! Habt ihr Feedback oder Themenvorschläge? Dann schreibt uns gerne eine Mail an 0630@wdr.de oder schickt uns eine Sprachnachricht an 0151 150 716 35.

3 PMS Ladies Podcast
Episode 71 #onlyfan #hollyoaks #thehardertheyfall #mollymae #blackfishing

3 PMS Ladies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 29:44


Hey People   In this week's episode we discuss the following: -   - Should your employer firer you if you have an only fans account? - Is Molly Mae using black fishing to sell one of her products?   Enjoy People!    

Pop Culture Persephone
November PCP Purge

Pop Culture Persephone

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 123:51


The November Purge is upon us, so it's time to sit back, relax and listen to Persephone and guests dish about some hot gossip and pressing pop culture topics impacting them on all fronts. Topics during this wild ride include our true feelings about the long awaited House of Gucci, JoJo Siwa as a queer teen ballroom queen, our competitive dating show set in Cleveland, the troubling Maddie Ziegler, Tanorexia vs Blackfishing, the enduring legacy and impact of Tyra Banks, Kristen Stewart's Oscar buzz as Lady Diana and much more! Persephone is joined by fellow podcaster and collaborator Roger Conners alongside his boyfriend and first time guest, Gustavo Folhadella! You don't want to miss this slightly unhinged, NSFW episode! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theresa-pedone/message

thethrasherway's podcast
BLACKFISHING...

thethrasherway's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 16:16


THOSE CRAZY HATE FILLED, ENVIOUS WHITE PEOPLE ARE LOVING OUR FEATURES, OUR SKIN PIGMENTATION BUT STILL DESPISING BLACK PEOPLE BY ANY MEANS POSSIBLE...

The Takeaway
Deep Dive with Dorian Warren: Passing

The Takeaway

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 59:26


This month, "Passing," a new film by writer and director Rebecca Hall premieres on Netflix.  Adapted from Nella Larsen's 1929 Harlem Renaissance novel of the same name, "Passing" is shot in black and white. It's a complex film likely to revive old debates and provoke new conversations around unresolved and still unspoken meanings of race, class, gender, power, identity, and resistance. For this week's Deep Dive, Melissa and co-host Dorian Warren use the film as a jumping off point to explore the thorny questions raised by the concept of passing. Joining Melissa and Dorian to discuss her film and her family's history with passing is Rebecca Hall. Adding context on the history of passing is Allyson Hobbs, associate professor of U.S. History and the Director of African and African American Studies at Stanford University and author of "A Chosen Exile." Karla Holloway, James B. Duke Distinguished Professor Emerita of English at Duke University and author of Legal Fictions and A Death in Harlem: A Novel , discusses how race has been socially constructed over time. Brit Bennett, author of "The Vanishing Half," explains how she explored colorism in her 2020 novel. Lauren Michele Jackson, assistant professor of English at Northwestern University and a contributing writer at The New Yorker, discusses the idea of "Blackfishing," which is when white people and even more notably white women, attempt transgressing racial boundaries by adopting a performance of Blackness through darkening their skin excessively, wearing hairstyles and clothing trends that have been pioneered by Black people. Bliss Broyard, author of the award-winning memoir, "One Drop: My Father's Hidden Life- A Story of Race and Family Secrets," talks about finding out in her mid twenties that her father had passed as white for most of his life. And finally, Dean Moncel, a freelance writer based in Switzerland and Aryah Lester, deputy director of the Transgender Strategy Center, join the show to discuss the ways passing emerges around gender and sexuality.  

The Takeaway
Deep Dive with Dorian Warren: Passing

The Takeaway

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 59:26


This month, "Passing," a new film by writer and director Rebecca Hall premieres on Netflix.  Adapted from Nella Larsen's 1929 Harlem Renaissance novel of the same name, "Passing" is shot in black and white. It's a complex film likely to revive old debates and provoke new conversations around unresolved and still unspoken meanings of race, class, gender, power, identity, and resistance. For this week's Deep Dive, Melissa and co-host Dorian Warren use the film as a jumping off point to explore the thorny questions raised by the concept of passing. Joining Melissa and Dorian to discuss her film and her family's history with passing is Rebecca Hall. Adding context on the history of passing is Allyson Hobbs, associate professor of U.S. History and the Director of African and African American Studies at Stanford University and author of "A Chosen Exile." Karla Holloway, James B. Duke Distinguished Professor Emerita of English at Duke University and author of Legal Fictions and A Death in Harlem: A Novel , discusses how race has been socially constructed over time. Brit Bennett, author of "The Vanishing Half," explains how she explored colorism in her 2020 novel. Lauren Michele Jackson, assistant professor of English at Northwestern University and a contributing writer at The New Yorker, discusses the idea of "Blackfishing," which is when white people and even more notably white women, attempt transgressing racial boundaries by adopting a performance of Blackness through darkening their skin excessively, wearing hairstyles and clothing trends that have been pioneered by Black people. Bliss Broyard, author of the award-winning memoir, "One Drop: My Father's Hidden Life- A Story of Race and Family Secrets," talks about finding out in her mid twenties that her father had passed as white for most of his life. And finally, Dean Moncel, a freelance writer based in Switzerland and Aryah Lester, deputy director of the Transgender Strategy Center, join the show to discuss the ways passing emerges around gender and sexuality.  

Billboard News Now
November 2nd - Little Mix on Jesy Nelson's Blackfishing Controversy, Adele Drops '30' Track List & Cardi B to Host 2021 American Music Awards

Billboard News Now

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 2:16


Cardi B is set to make her hosting debut at the 2021 American Music Awards, Little Mix break their silence on former member Jesy Nelson's exit from the group and her ‘Blackfishing' controversy and Adele unveils the tracklisting for her forthcoming studio album '30.' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Wesaidit Podcast
Ep 16. Everything Hot Topics Ft. Shekinah

Wesaidit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 87:49


Join us as we discuss the week's hottest headlines, including Jessy Nelson & Blackfishing, Zayn Malik & Yolanda Hadid, Molly Mae's robbery and The Real Housewives featuring Shekinah Instagram: @twocentspodcast_ @_shekz Twitter: @twocentspod_ @7hekinah

Name 3 Songs
Blackfishing, Cultural Appropriation and the Jesy Nelson Situation

Name 3 Songs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 71:21


Gwen Stefani, Christina Aguilera, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus… and now Jesy Nelson. A growing list of pop artists who have used Black culture as an aesthetic for a song or an album cycle. The former on the list eventually discarded those same aesthetics when it no longer served them. (Stay tuned to find out if Jesy follows suit.)  This phenomenon is part of a larger cultural trend of Blackfishing. And although the term was coined in 2018, cultural appropriation and black face have been happening for centuries.  This week we're digging in to understand what Blackfishing is, how it shows up in music, and exactly what went down with Jesy Nelson's first solo song and music video after leaving Little Mix. Enjoy this episode? Join our Patreon community or leave us a tip on PayPal!  Want to talk more? Find us: @name3songs | @sara_feigin | @jenna_million Check out all the sources for this episode at name3song.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

DisclaimersNeeded Podcast
Episode 35 - Culture Vulture

DisclaimersNeeded Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 64:12


As #blackhistoymonth comes to an end, we take a #deep dive into Blackfishing and ask one another; do you care about cultural appropriation? Don't forget to like, follow and subscribe! linktr.ee/Dnpodcast *DISCLAIMER*- This episode may contain language and opinions that listeners may find offensive. Live your best life in the comments if you need to!

Pop Alarm
Details On Adele's Special, RHOA Casting News, & Kylie's Blackfishing (October 26th, 2021)

Pop Alarm

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 4:51


Adele taped her upcoming concert special over the weekend, and luckily a source shared all the insider details on what to expect. Next, we discuss the major changes to the Real Housewives of Atlanta cast for season 14. After that, it's time for news on Chris Harrison and Kylie Jenner's cringe social media behavior.

More Content Talk: News That Cuts Through the B******t

Blackfishing, a term developed by black women to describe white celebrity's who adopt black physical features in order to trick others into thinking that they are black, is the new blackface. Blackface was used to openly attack black people onstage and make them seem culturally irrelevant to the American experience. Blackface was also utilized by white celebrities to mock black people, often times stereotyping blacks as lazy, uneducated, useless, and unimportant. Blackface minstrelsy is considered by many to be the first original form of American entertainment; one of the main reason why racism remains a problem to this very day is because it was ingrained in American culture by this racist "performance art". Initially, blacks were not even allowed to play these characters because the all white entertainment establishment considered black people to be too unintelligent to be able to rehearse and memorize lines. "White men would darken their faces to create caricatures of black people, including large mouths, lips and eyes, woolly hair and coal-black skin." (AP News) John Gruden's recent comments about black football players having "big lips" is nothing new; he is merely pulling from his deeply racist culture. Surely, such a degenerate and childish form of entertainment must have developed as a Southern response to losing the Civil War, right? Wrong. That is a myth that dimwitted networks like the History Channel have promulgated. Here is the real history of blackface, "The practice took hold in New York City in the 1830s and became immensely popular among post-Civil War whites. In fact, the Jim Crow laws that enforced racial segregation in the South took their name from a character played by blackface performer Thomas Dartmouth Rice. He said his act “Jump, Jim Crow” (or “Jumping Jim Crow”) was inspired by a slave he saw." While it is true that blackface became much more popular in the south after the Civil War, it was actually the racist "genius" of good old New York City that invented it. Racism remains a huge problem in New York to this day. Though it loves to paint itself as some bastion of Civil Rights, the New York entertainment industry rarely hires black performers specifically because of its very racist roots, this idea that white performers are superior to black performers. Now you know why every time I hear Jay Z's "Empire State of Mind", I cringe at the thought of a black man encouraging other black people to have such a racist state of mind. That godawful song remains my least favorite Jay Z song of all time to this very day, but white people sure do love it, don't they? White people loved blackface too and they still do. Who could forget Robert Downey Jr, Ted Danson, Billy Crystal, Sarah Silverman and Jimmy Falon all dawning the blackface makeup only to then pretend that they were not mocking blacks for laughs? White people can forget, but I ain't white. An African man once told me that the elephant never forgets his fallen brethren; instead the forlorn elephant will stop at the grave site of his ancestors and mourn sometimes for hours. Consider me the elephant in the room of the black world. I will never stop mourning my ancestors; you cannot make me forget. I owe you nothing but the truth, and the truth is not as pretty as pictures on Instagram. This is the real world. There are no filters. "In 1848, after watching a blackface act, abolitionist Fredrick Douglass called the performers “the filthy scum of white society” in The North Star newspaper. Blackface performers, he said, “have stolen from us a complexion denied to them by nature...to make money and pander to the corrupt taste of their white fellow-citizens.” Now we have blackfishing, and, once again, white people are putting on makeup, clothing and hairstyles in order to portray themselves as stereotypes to make money while pandering to their white fellow citizens. To be frank, this sucks. Boo! Get off the stage! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/morecontentplease/support

Headscarves and Good Yarns
Headscarves and Good Yarns - 25-10-2021 - blackfishing and consequence culture

Headscarves and Good Yarns

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 55:50


This week Amal dives deep into blackfishing? What is it? What makes it different to blackface? Amal also looks into cancel culture vs consequence. How do we hold people accountable but also allow the opportunity for growth? This show was broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin oar.org.nz

Lestin
Blökkubeita, hálf-félagsleg sambönd og Björk

Lestin

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021


Björk Guðmundsdóttir sest um borð í Lestina í dag.Tónleikaröðin Björk Orkestral fer fram þessa dagana í Hörpu en þar flytur hún berstrípaðar útgáfur af lögum sínum. En markmiðið er ekki síst að draga fram og leggja áherslu á útsetningarnar sem hún hefur unnið á undanförnum áratugum. Björk spjallar okkur við tónleikana og áhrifin sem kófið hefur haft á væntanlega plötu hennar. Við heyrum um hugtakið Blackfishing sem hefur fengið aukna athygli síðustu daga vegna frumraunar Little Mix söngkonunnar Jesy Nelson á Bandaríkjamarkaði. Lag hennar, Boyz, byggir á sampli úr P.Diddy smellinum Bad Boys 4 Life og líkir eftir myndbandi hans auk þess sem hún sækir menningararf og útlit svartra bandaríkjamanna - meira að segja húðlitinn. Laufey Haraldsdóttir flytur okkur pistil um pistil um vinn sinn, bandaríska uppistandarann John Mulaney. Reyndar veit Mulaney ekkert hver Laufey er - en samband hennar við grínistann er hálf-félagslegt.

Righteous And Ratchet
Blackfishing?!

Righteous And Ratchet

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 72:41


00:00 Church Announcements 01:58 Blackfishing?! 19:50 Bow Wow Vs. The Millenium Tour 35:02 The Real Is Back (Adele) 56:05 Blicky Vs. Cheese Eggs at the Waffle House 01:04:08 The Top City Rankings of The Slightly Problematic Tour

Issa Black Thing
Issa Black Thing | Blackfishing Ep.105

Issa Black Thing

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 60:50


The month of October is filled with pumpkins, beer and blackfishing??? We get that its spook season but it doesn't mean that we are allowing people to wear our essence like a costume. They always want our rhythm but not our blues. Tune in as the IBT crew discuss DM etiquette, AAVE, and Blackfishing.    YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkdSSPiYECSr0x3sLYo_jUQInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/issablackthingTwitter: https://twitter.com/IssaBlackThing

TDGS
147. Nicki Minaj Blackfishing Backlash, Chloe Bailey Doing Too Much, Meek Mills Controversial Album Cover

TDGS

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 64:41


Nicki Minaj picks fight with Little Mix artists while defending Jesy Nelson and gets backlash on TikTok, Chloe Bailey is receiving a lot of criticism following her performances at ‘The Tonight Show', people think she is doing too much, Meek Mill gets in hot water with fans because of his recent album cover art, Dave Chappelle & more..--------------------------------------------TDGS Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/tdgs-merch ------------------------------------------------------------------------YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxpl_l5LrgEw50djOSb9ixQDon't Forget to tap the notification bellFor All GreeneRadio Inquires: IG: @GreeneRadioEmail Greeneradio1@gmail.comSend Us A Friendly Donation On CashApp: $TDGS0--------------------------------------------------------------------Social Media:Darren:Instagram: @DarrenGreeneShowEmail: thedarrengreeneshow@gmail.com-----------------------------------------------------------------------Derek Doll: Instagram: @TheDerekDoll Facebook: @PrinceDerekDollEmail: thederekdoll@gmail.com

Kayla Got The 411 Podcast
What's The 411| Lizzo See-Through Dress, Nicki Minaj Blackfishing Debate, Jeannie Mai, Kyrie Irving & More

Kayla Got The 411 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 34:03


Check out this weeks Whats the 411 : https://youtu.be/8xT_63gnow8 #Lizzo Slammed For See-Through Dress Dress Is #ChloeBailey Doing Too Much ? #JeannieMai Talks Changing Her Mind On Motherhood #KyrieIrving Criticized For Not Getting Vaccinated #NickiMinaj Face Backlash After Taking Up For Jesy Nelson Blackfish Allegations -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Woman's Hour
Tall women and dating, Vicky Featherstone on Maryland, Blackfishing, Equality in housework, Keisha the Sket

Woman's Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 57:25


The average height of a female in the UK is 5ft 3in. What is life like for women at the other end of the spectrum, especially when it comes to dating? Jessica Creighton is joined by the author of Get Real, Sarah Ivens, who at 6ft would be introduced to dates as 'Queen Kong' or 'Miss Stretchy', and married at 6 ft 3 in in a pair of diamanté heels; and Andrea Hubert, 6ft 1in whose creative comebacks about her height paved the way to her becoming a comedian. Normally it would take a playwright like Lucy Kirkwood two years to write a play and get it onto the stage. However the relentless news of violence against women and the abuse of police powers in recent weeks compelled her to script a thirty minute piece called Maryland in just a few days and send it to the Royal Court Theatre in London. That was three weeks ago...two weeks ago it opened on stage. The Royal Court's Artistic Director, Vicky Featherstone joins Jessica Creighton to explain why. After struggling with her mental health whilst part of girl-band Little Mix and then quitting late last year, Jesy Nelson has just launched her solo career with a video for her single 'Boyz' that's been criticised for 'blackfishing'. So what is that and why is it problematic? Jess is joined by Leah Mahon, journalist at the Voice online. The Woman's Hour poll to mark our 75th anniversary found the place where women feel most unequal is in the home - specifically in terms of housework. 75% of the women said the division of chores wasn't fair but interestingly it was only named as the fifth most important area in which to achieve equality. Jessica talks to Professor Ann Oakley whose seminal book The Sociology of Housework looked at these issues way back in the seventies and also by Professor Rosie Cox who has written a number of books on gender roles. In 2005 the story of Keisha the Sket started being shared by young people on a now defunct early internet platform. The story is told in energetic street slang. Keisha, 17, lives in Hackney, London. She's lively and funny - she is also preyed upon. She wants and enjoys sex and is looking for love but she is sexualised by the men and boys around her. Her lack of control of her life gets her into dangerous situations and the word 'sket' - promiscuous girl or woman - follows her around. It's been called a classic of Black British culture and is now being published for the first time in book form. Jade LB began writing Keisha's story when she was only 13 and joins Jessica to talk about her creation and the mixed feelings she has had about it over the years.

The B List with Petshopboy
Blackfishing with Johnathan Lawhorne

The B List with Petshopboy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 37:10


B is joined by friend of the pod Johnathan Lawhorne, to discuss Halloween, Adele season, boot leg jeans, Tinashe, "Practical Magic," and Nicki's views on blackfishing. For access to bonus episodes and additional content visit patreon.com/theblist

Minority Korner
MK322: Read the Label (Marvel's What If... Jesy of Little Mix Solo & Blackfishing, Perfectionism + Characteristics of White Supremacy, Stoicism + Black Stoics)

Minority Korner

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 90:46


Marvel's What If.. was better than it needed to be, or than we were expecting! Jesy of Little Mix is riding solo, sampling P. Diddy, making tracks with Nicki Minaj and... Blackfishing?! On the heels of having it pointed out by his therapist that perfectionism is a characteristic of white supremacy, James walks us through how it is, and other characteristics of white supremacy you need to cut out of your life! And then MacKenzie Green delivers on what she's promised for months, your deep dive into Stoicism, what it is, how to apply it, and some dope Black stoics to add into your life! Guest Co-Host: MacKenzie Green (she/her)-  Vice President of Social Media for Who What Wear/Clique Brands. She previously served as a social media director at BET+, and worked for Betches, Telemundo, Paramount, and NBCUNIVERSAL. She is a graduate of Columbia Business School and the University of Miami. Holds two SunCoast Emmys, served as the former vice chair of the National Council of Negro Women , a proud member of Kappa Kappa Gamma and The Links Inc, and held the title of Miss DC USA in 2010. TW: @MacKenzieAGreen, IG: @missusatombaREFERENCE LINKS: Jesy from Little Mix Black FishingCharacteristics of white supremacy How Perfectionism is a tool of white supremacy Minority Korner on YouTube:  https://bit.ly/2JsXEuuCONTACT USTwitter: @minoritykornerEmail: minoritykorner@gmail.comIG: @minoritykornerHost/Producer: James Arthur M: TW: @JamesArthur_M, IG: @JamesArthur

Shooters Shoot Podcast
Episode 152- NyashBae

Shooters Shoot Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 84:08


Episode 152 of the Shooters Shoot Podcast- NyashBae Topics: Mikes Cheeks, Dave Chappelle v LGBT+WWE, Wooing Crackheads, BlackFishing, Fury v Wilder Follow the Shooter Shoot Podcast on Twitter @shootersshootp, Instagram @shootersshootp & the shooters @mikeviceo. @dj_chester2 & @Jayjson Warning! This podcast is not for the faint hearted/easily offended!

Before They Were Famous
Jesy Nelson | Before They Were Famous | Why She Is Really Blackfishing?

Before They Were Famous

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 10:43


Originally a member of one of Britain's most successful music groups, Little Mix – today, singer Jesy Nelson is a solo artist looking to strike out on her own after a tumultuous and drama-filled departure from the band she was part of for close to ten years. But if we're being honest, Jesy's life has almost always been chockful of drama, starting from before she was even born when her father was once convicted criminal! How has Jesy managed to overcome some incredible obstacles on her path to success? And why do more people than ever want to tear her down by accusing the star of “blackfishing” in her new music video? Those answers and more are coming up after the jump on Before They Were Famous.

George Wrighster Podcast by Unafraid Show
WFT Emails, Adam Schefter, Brett Favre, Black Fishing, Remakes or Sequel, BOSM

George Wrighster Podcast by Unafraid Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 73:37


On this episode of Wrighster or Wrong, George Wrighster and Ralph Amsden get into get into whether or not the NFL Players Association will be able to compel the league to release the rest of the 650,000 emails that are part of the investigation into the Washington Football Team, and sort through all of the different legal issues currently facing the NFL. Adam Schefter allowing former Redskins president Bruce Allen to edit and approve a story he wrote has kicked off a heated debate about journalistic ethics, and the guys get to the bottom of what is and isn't acceptable for sports journalists when it comes to the entities they're supposed to be objectively covering- including the student journalists at the OU Daily that have gotten under Head Coach Lincoln Riley's skin. Brett Favre owes the state of Mississippi a whole bunch of money that was meant for needy families, so George and Ralph dissect exactly how culpable he is for accepting the money in the first place. "Blackfishing" is a term trending on social media, and it has to do with white women in pop music making themselves look darker or ethnically ambiguous- the guys wade into the world feminine beauty standards to try and figure this out. Last, in Best of Social Media, is the new Home Alone movie a remake, or a sequel? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Fox Sports Radio Weekends
Wrighster Or Wrong - WFT Emails, Adam Schefter, Brett Favre, Black Fishing, Remakes or Sequel, BOSM

Fox Sports Radio Weekends

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 73:37


Subscribe, Rate & Review the Wrighster or Wrong podcast right here. On this episode of Wrighster or Wrong, George Wrighster and Ralph Amsden get into get into whether or not the NFL Players Association will be able to compel the league to release the rest of the 650,000 emails that are part of the investigation into the Washington Football Team, and sort through all of the different legal issues currently facing the NFL. Adam Schefter allowing former Redskins president Bruce Allen to edit and approve a story he wrote has kicked off a heated debate about journalistic ethics, and the guys get to the bottom of what is and isn't acceptable for sports journalists when it comes to the entities they're supposed to be objectively covering- including the student journalists at the OU Daily that have gotten under Head Coach Lincoln Riley's skin. Brett Favre owes the state of Mississippi a whole bunch of money that was meant for needy families, so George and Ralph dissect exactly how culpable he is for accepting the money in the first place. "Blackfishing" is a term trending on social media, and it has to do with white women in pop music making themselves look darker or ethnically ambiguous- the guys wade into the world feminine beauty standards to try and figure this out. Last, in Best of Social Media, is the new Home Alone movie a remake, or a sequel? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Samz Club Podcast
Fall season preseason

Samz Club Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 98:19


Join the guys as they talk about the Fury v. Wielder fight and what it did for heavyweight boxing. The guys touch on the Jon Gruden situation, and other NFL news before talking about who they think will make the playoffs after 5 weeks. The NBA is still dealing with Ben Simmons and Kyrie Irving drama, Ben popped up at a 76ers game unannounced and the Nets decided not to play Kyrie at all unless he gets vaxxed. the 2021-2022 season should be an interesting year in the NBA. Almost as interesting as this Fall season of anime has been so far. The guys are watching 86-86, The Faraway Paladin, Jobless Reincarnation, Platinum End, and a couple that might get dropped but those will be the main 4 this season so join us in watching. Blackfishing is a problem in the music industry and this week we have nicki minaj being a clown as normal to try and defend her collaborator jesy nelson. Off of clown shit we have some albums to look forward to from Silk Sonic releasing their album Nov.12th, Roddy Ricch teases his new album and we here rumor of a mixtape before the Travis Scott album. Idk about you guys but I need all those asap. Album review for this week is Lute's Gold Mouf!!

Tabitha Speaks
Episode 121 - Nicki Minaj Faced $15/$20 Million Judgement For Blowing Off Federal Lawsuit!!

Tabitha Speaks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 15:34


115 Miles
Blackfishing, mental health privilege and channeling our sisu

115 Miles

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 58:25


We (Josh and Has) head into a challenging conversation around blackfishing - particularly at how the media seems to give guys who do it a pass, whilst focusing on the women who do it. As you might expect, this leads us into a wider conversation around cultural appreciation and appropriation. We then talk about World Mental Health Day in the context of inequity and privilege - discussing how many in society both lack access and are unrepresented in mental health support. We end on a discussion about the happiest country in the world before heading into reasons to be cheerful!  

Them Gworls
Gworl! Mercury is in Gatorade RN...

Them Gworls

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 65:21


Nicki Minaj Makes a Splash at ‘Real Housewives of Potomac' Season 6 Reunion coming soon. The new Superman, Jonathan Kent. He is the son of Clark Kent and Lois Lane. Jonathan Kent is coming out as bisexual AND will soon begin a romantic relationship with a male friend. Jesy Nelson responds to claims that she is Blackfishing. Lil Nas X Revealed ‘Scoop' Video With Doja Cat Is In The Works & Twitter Demands Justice for Jelani Day After Autopsy Finds Organs Were Removed From His Body. Don't forget Gworl Talk. You know it's juicy. You're now listening to another episode of Them Gworls. We're just a few queers of color navigating through the good, the bad, and the fucked up world we live in. We'll be covering the latest in music (who's bopping and who's flopping). We'll be diving in pop-culture's mess from the week, tackling those trending twitter topics, and just talking that shit!. Are you one of THEM GWORLS!? You can check us out on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud, and other podcast streaming services every week for a new episode.

PEOPLE Every Day
Former Little Mix star accused of ‘blackfishing,' plus Gabby Petito cause of death confirmed

PEOPLE Every Day

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 21:17


An autopsy reveals when and how Gabby Petito was killed, details of the Las Vegas Raiders' head coach resigning over offensive emails, and all about former RHOC star Meghan King marrying Joe Biden's nephew. Then, we break down everything you need to know about Jesy Nelson's ‘blackfishing' controversy: What fans are saying about the former Little Mix singer's cultural appropriation and why Nicki Minaj is coming to her defense. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Billboard News Now
October 12th - Tyga Arrested for Assault, Nicki Minaj Goes After Little Mix & Kacey Musgraves' ‘Star-Crossed' Not Eligible for Country Album Grammy

Billboard News Now

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 5:23


Tyga was arrested due to a felony domestic violence charge following an alleged dispute with 22-year-old ex-girlfriend Camaryn Swanson, Nicki Minaj made it loud and clear that she stands by former Little Mix member Jesy Nelson after she's faced accusations of Blackfishing and Kacey Musgraves' latest album 'star-crossed' isn't eligible for country album category at the 2022 GRAMMY Awards. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Rich and Daily
Nicki Minaj Backs Accused "Little Mix" Blackfisher

Rich and Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 12:42


Little Mix-up or major blackfishing? Jesy Nelson's just-released debut solo single, "Boyz," has some fans calling her out for some big-time cultural appropriation in the music video. As an ex-member of UK pop group Little Mix, Jesy strongly denies it… of course! And she even has Nicki Minaj coming to her defense. But it's hard not seeing her critics' point. So, do stars accused of blackfishing ever pay the price?Listen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App.Support us by supporting our sponsors!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Leader | Evening Standard daily
Jesy Nelson and the ‘blackfishing' row: Does the showbiz industry have a problem?

The Leader | Evening Standard daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 7:14


Evening Standard columnist Emma Loffhagen joins the podcast as former Little Mix singer Jesy Nelson's forced to deny claims she's appropriating black culture. The ‘Boyz' singer's not the first person in the entertainment industry to be accused of “blackfishing”, with stars such as the Kardashians also having similar claims made against them. Emma tells us how the problem appears to be getting worse, and questions how the video for Nelson's debut solo single was ever approved for release. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Tea Talk with Sha
S2 Ep19:Kim K hosts SNL, Dave under fire, Genderless Legos,Jesy Blackfishing, Cardi Weds& New scams

Tea Talk with Sha

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 36:13


Join me as we discuss this weeks trending topics, have our sports report and do a deep dive into the new scams on the block! Don't get got listen now! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shara-robinsons/support

The Spill
Why Adele's Instagram Live Ended With A Frantic Phone Call

The Spill

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 18:20


On the show today… Brooklyn Beckham was born into a rich family with famous parents and unlimited opportunities and yet...things are just not going well for the poor kid. From a truly cursed photography project to a questionable new video, we need to start asking questions about Brooklyn Beckham. And last year Jesy Nelson sent shock waves through the pop world when she walked away from Little Mix. After 10 months out of the spotlight, she's now back with a solo project, but it comes with some pretty problematic overtones, causing the rest of Little Mix to unfollow her. Plus, Adele has gone rogue on Instagram live, answering wild fan questions and sharing some funny insights into her life. It was all going well until she started playing her new music, prompting a frantic phone call. LINKS To check out some delicious Baileys recipes or to buy yourself a bottle click here! CREDITS Hosts: Laura Brodnik & Kee Reece Producers: Laura Brodnik & Madeline Joannou Audio Producer: Leah Porges WANT MORE? Join us in our Facebook group to discuss everything pop culture... https://www.facebook.com/groups/2524018781153963/ Read all the latest entertainment news on Mamamia... https://mamamia.com.au/entertainment/ Follow us on Instagram @mamamiaentertainment https://www.instagram.com/mamamiaentertainment/  Subscribe to The Spill Newsletter...  https://mamamia.com.au/newsletter Join our Facebook page... https://www.facebook.com/mamamiaentertainment/ GET IN TOUCH Call us on the pod phone 02 8999 9386. Email us at thespill@mamamia.com.au Want to hear more Mamamia podcasts? You'll find them here... https://mamamia.com.au/podcasts Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Support the show: https://www.mamamia.com.au/mplus/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Ameenha Lee
Nicki Minaj Talks About Leigh Anne Pinnock Amid Jesy Nelson Blackfishing Backlash #LittleMix

Ameenha Lee

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 19:50


What's up legendaries, it's Ameenha Lee. In this podcast episode, I discuss Jesy Nelson's black fishing, her collaboration with Nicki Minaj for “Boyz”, and Leigh Anne Pinnock alleged DM's leaking. If you guys didn't know Jesy Nelson has been facing backlash for her black-fishing for months now, and it became worse after her solo debut. Little Mix recently unfollowed Jesy Nelson, Nelson stated that she rarely communicates with her ex-band mates, and Nicki Minaj discussed the messages on Instagram live. She implied that Leigh Anne is jealous of Jesy Nelson's dolor career. On the other hand, what Jesy Nelson wrong for not defending her ex band mate? Find out the latest news only on The Lifestyle of Ameenha Lee Podcast. Instagram/Twitter/ Tiktok@ameenhalee. Snapchat-flowerpowera.l --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ameenha/support

Culture Club.
It's Not 2010 Anymore

Culture Club.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 47:12


Hello pals! This ep is a celebrity culture bonanza. We start off with a quick chat about Lizzo calling domestic abuser Chris Brown her “favourite person in the world” and Meghan Trainor admitting that she and her husband have side-by-side toilets.Our two juicy topics today are Adele's two (!!) Vogue covers and the discussion around her weight loss. We read from the Vogue UK feature by Giles Hattersley. Next up, former girl band member, Jesy Nelson of Little Mix fame has come under fire for Blackfishing. We share our thoughts and hear a snippet from a great video by cultural commentator Zeze Millz on colourism.Jas references her article for Fashion Journal titled ‘Blackfishing Is A Huge Problem But The White Silence About It May Be Even Worse' while Maggie recommends ‘As A Brown Gal, Fake Tanning Will Always Reinforce Some Problematic Beauty Ideals' by Soaliha Iqbal. We also read from this Vulture article by Douglas Greenwood that asks who Jesy Nelson is without Little Mix.For recommendations Jas is loving Netflix's Sex Education series three, while Maggie has been listening to Pandora Sykes' podcast, Doing It Right. Katie Zhou created our fab cover art and India Raine is our wonderful producer and composer of our jingle. Email us at cultureclubmail@gmail.com, find us on Instagram @cultureclubpod, or on our personal accounts @jasmineeskye and @yemagz. Speak soon! Jas & Mags See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

3 PMS Ladies Podcast
Episode 69 #jesynelson #littlemix #blackfishing #nickiminaj

3 PMS Ladies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 33:09


Hi People   In this episode we discuss Jesy Nelson's new song featuring Nicki Minaj coming out and all the blackfishing allegations.   We also discuss the mega Netflix show Squid Game.   Enjoy People!!

Rich and Daily
Ripping Off with the Kardashians

Rich and Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 9:23


Sometimes life ISN'T a bowl of cherries. Backlash over the new Skims campaign photos released this week has Kim Kardashian and her billion-dollar company facing social media scrutiny over ripping off an artistic idea. It's the latest in a long line of cultural appropriation accusations against the Kardashian clan over the years. So, is stealing the way this family is Keeping Up?Listen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Beauty Me with Charisse Kenion
Ep. 93: The on-going conversation around Skims and Kim Kardashian

Beauty Me with Charisse Kenion

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 40:01


This week's episode is essentially about Skims, Kim Kardashians' cult status lingerie and loungewear line that is known for its pretty much perfect fit. However, it's more of a starter conversation, as themes of body image, plastic surgery and race are just some of the themes that do come up when discussing Skims, and we can't possibly cover everything in one episode. But the subject matter of Skims and why many black women feel uncomfortable about admitting they purchase them is definitely something that's being talked about in certain circles, although so far, it's not really being discussed by the masses. I invited my guest Darian Harvin to discuss Skims with me because she's one of the people pushing the conversation - she's a beauty reporter and the host of Beauty Headlines on Clubhouse and has hosted a Clubhouse centred specifically on Skims, that openly discussed why some black women often feel conflicted about supporting the brand. In this episode, I wanted to find out how Darian herself feels as a Skims-wearing person and if she could share any feedback from the Clubhouse she hosted. We ended up talking about choice, information and opinions and I think this is definitely something we could return to in the future. I would love to know what you think; do you wear Skims, are you a fan of Kim – do you think we can separate a product from a person? Let me know over in the DMs and feel free to leave a voicenote at beautymepodcast on Instagram. I hope you enjoy! Be sure to check out Darian's newsletter here. Article links: The Kardashians' Multiracial White Supremacy by Ren Ellis Neyra https://www.publicbooks.org/the-kardashians-multiracial-white-supremacy/ Kardashians' Legacy of Blackfishing by Cady Lang: https://time.com/6072750/kardashians-blackfishing-appropriation/ I Hate How Much I Love My Skims by Tahirah Hairston: https://www.thecut.com/2021/09/skims-kim-kardashian-west.html --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/beautyme/message

Polar Opposites
Blackfishing, Tanning vs Skin Bleaching, Appropriation & Is Prison Rehab Or Punishment?

Polar Opposites

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 54:18


Welcome back! We have a lot to talk about in today's episode. There are so many weights that need to be lifted off our chests this week along with more listener questions! Iggy Azalea's new video sparked a conversation about blackfishing. Do people darken their skin to easily hop genres? Where do we draw the line between appropriation and appreciation?  Should the money Bill Cosby donated to charity be returned? We also discuss whether prison is meant for punishment or rehabilitation. When a person has paid their debt to society should they be absolved in the public eye? We get deep on this one guys. Let us know what you think, talk back to the show! If you have an interesting question to ask us please use this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSebwcH-zavRYLwvOO6Gq3tv7CmrkkqRF9Cj5uRdqENiR42MVA/viewform  Tell a friend to tell a friend! Be sure to leave a RATING/REVIEW on Apple Podcast! Thanks for listening! FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/justin_aiiz/ FOLLOW THE PODCAST PAGE: https://www.instagram.com/polaroppositespod/ FOLLOW DONTÉ https://www.instagram.com/_donnie_f/ LEAVE A REVIEW & SEND LETTERS! If you would like a question answered on air, email us! We want to hear your feedback and offer advice on your situation! Ask away! polaropposites.pod@gmail.com

Polar Opposites
Blackfishing, Tanning vs Skin Bleaching, Appropriation & Is Prison Rehab Or Punishment?

Polar Opposites

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 54:18


Welcome back! We have a lot to talk about in today's episode. There are so many weights that need to be lifted off our chests this week along with more listener questions! Iggy Azalea's new video sparked a conversation about blackfishing. Do people darken their skin to easily hop genres? Where do we draw the line between appropriation and appreciation?  Should the money Bill Cosby donated to charity be returned? We also discuss whether prison is meant for punishment or rehabilitation. When a person has paid their debt to society should they be absolved in the public eye? We get deep on this one guys. Let us know what you think, talk back to the show! If you have an interesting question to ask us please use this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSebwcH-zavRYLwvOO6Gq3tv7CmrkkqRF9Cj5uRdqENiR42MVA/viewform  Tell a friend to tell a friend! Be sure to leave a RATING/REVIEW on Apple Podcast! Thanks for listening! FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/justin_aiiz/ FOLLOW THE PODCAST PAGE: https://www.instagram.com/polaroppositespod/ FOLLOW DONTÉ https://www.instagram.com/_donnie_f/ LEAVE A REVIEW & SEND LETTERS! If you would like a question answered on air, email us! We want to hear your feedback and offer advice on your situation! Ask away! polaropposites.pod@gmail.com

Gagging With Jason Lee
43: Rolling Ray Scams Coi Leray Out of $250 & Iggy Azalea Accused of Blackfishing.mp3

Gagging With Jason Lee

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2021 59:33


Talk To Us Nice
Ep. 74- "Saying Yes to 5'8" Kings All Summer Like Zendaya" + Sha'carri Richardson, The Olympics, Bill Cosby, Iggy Azalea, Tom Holland and Nicki Minaj, Tabitha Brown vs. Wendy Williams

Talk To Us Nice

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2021 40:56


This week's episode kicks off with wondering how its even possible that the ocean is on fire, Bill Cosby's overturned conviction, and the recent news surrounding Sha'carri Richardson's Olympic journey and the anti-blackness with the entire Tokyo games this year as a whole (0:00-17:49)We then discuss the insanity regarding the Zendaya, Tom Holland and Nicki Minaj love triangle(17:55-24:21), Blackfishing claims made against Iggy Azalea(24:28-29:37), and finally ending on the Tabitha Brown clapback that might just have Wendy Williams shook to her core (31:26-40:47).Every Wednesday, we give you our unfiltered opinion on hip hop and pop culture events that happen each week. Check out our past episodes to all of our commentary going on in entertainment. Please make sure to subscribe so you don't miss any episodes and as always, send in the topics and questions you'll love us to speak about to  talktousnice@gmail.com Socials: Instagram: @talktousnicepodcast,  @mikaadeniran, @kelsey_mckoyTwitter: @TalkToUsNice, @mikaadeniran. @kelsey_mckoy

FANTI
Chris Brown: Don't Gimme Dat

FANTI

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2021 57:51


This week, hosts Jarrett Hill and Tre'vell Anderson are talking about artist Chris Brown. But first...Pass the PopcornWe're giving the Black TikTok creators their flowers with a conversation about digital Blackfishing and stealing content. DIS/Honorable MentionsThis week, Jarrett has an honorable mention for the PBS program Say it Loud with Evelyn from the Internets and Victor Jackson. He also has an honorable mention for the HBO Max show Hacks and the concert documentary Summer of Love. He has a final honorable mention for Britney Spears (#freeBritney) and Kerry Jean Ramond who is the first Black fashion designer to show at Paris couture week. Tre'vell has an honorable mention for the Black Olympic athletes doing what needs to be done including Raven "Hulk" Saunders, track star Sha'Carri Richardson and Gwen Berry.  Check out Tre'vell on Entertainment Weekly's Untold Stories: Beyond the Binary podcast. Visit Stitchfix.com/fanti for 20% off!HBO Max has partnered with Fanti to celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride with the launch of a Shine On dedicated page to spotlight, honor and recognize HBO Max's expansive library of LGBTQ+ stories, characters and creators. Check out all the incredible content HBO Max has curated to celebrate this month at http://hbom.ax/fantiEmail: FANTI@maximumfun.org@FANTIpodcast@Jarrett Hill@rayzon (Tre'Vell)@FANTIpodcast@TreVellAnderson@JarrettHill@Swish (Producer Laura Swisher)FANTI is produced and distributed by MaximumFun.orgLaura Swisher is the senior producer.Jordan Kauwling is the associate producer. 

Two Bearded Ladies: A Beauty History Podcast

The ladies sit down to discuss Blackfishing, non-black women pretending to be Black online for social clout and financial gain!Hosts Norah Yahya & Electra Telesford breakdown the recent history of the phenomenon and take to task celebrities who have been accused of Blackfishing (we're looking at your Rita Ora, Danileigh and Kim Kardashian!). Listen up as the ladies dig deep into the commodification of Black culture.

Imani State of Mind
Fake It Till You Make It

Imani State of Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2021 63:40


Who are all these white people pretending to be Black?? This week Dr. Imani and Kam Law explain the psychology behind Blackfishing, and they help you #GetYourMindRight by answering your mental health questions. Send your questions to askdrimani@gmail.com or call 424-235-0064‬. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.