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After spending millions and having her life and career nearly destroyed, Michelle shares her first-person experience escaping the world of Scientology after decades of devotion and abuse.    Listening to Michelle’s story I found each turn more shocking than the last and I am sure your jaw will be on the floor, as mine was, hearing each harrowing detail.    She has survived and endured so much and I feel so strongly that this story is an important one to tell. The shame she feels, the abuse she endured, and the times she hit rock bottom will leave you in awe and will open your eyes to something that is, quite frankly, happening right now to someone else.    Download this episode of Tell Me About It with Jade Iovine wherever you get your podcasts! And to continue the conversation DM me: https://www.instagram.com/jadeiovine/   Executive Producer Nick Stumpf Produced by Catherine Law Edited and Engineered by Brandon Dickert See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Trigger Warning: This episode is about abortion.   As most of us recently learned, the Supreme Court is threatening to overturn Roe v. Wade.    This news is heavy and jarring and, as someone who has had an abortion, I know firsthand how triggering this very public debate can be.    I needed to get my thoughts out and vent to you guys about what this decision really means, just in case any of you feel the same. You might be curious about abortions, have had an abortion yourself, or love someone who’s had (or will need) one, so this story is from me to you. When I was going through it, I couldn’t find a single first-person abortion story, despite scouring the internet relentlessly for one. While all abortion experiences are different, I just need to offer my experience to anyone who wants to know that someone else has, well, been there.    I love you guys for letting me share this part of my story. Connecting with you all about this has been the greatest gift and has provided me with so much comfort – I’m forever grateful and am always here if you want to talk about it.  Download this episode of Tell Me About It with Jade Iovine wherever you get your podcasts! And to continue the conversation DM me: https://www.instagram.com/jadeiovine/   Executive Producer Nick Stumpf Produced by Catherine Law Edited and Engineered by Brandon Dickert See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How much sex is enough sex?    Are my s/o and I doing it often enough? What if we went on vacation and forgot to have hotel-room sex? …is that bad?    This week I sat down with my producer Catherine and spilled all the stuff I’m too embarrassed to talk to my friends and fiancé about. Like being the best friend of someone falling in love and how annoying it can be when suddenly all plans revolve around the new fling, my reasons behind swearing off red wine, our uses for the IG “close friends” list, and answer the age old question: can three people be friends without someone getting their feelings hurt?    Download this episode of Tell Me About It with Jade Iovine wherever you get your podcasts! And to continue the conversation DM me: https://www.instagram.com/jadeiovine/   Executive Producer Nick Stumpf Produced by Catherine Law Edited and Engineered by Brandon Dickert See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week we called in icon, legend and neuropsychiatrist Dr. Louann Brizendine to help us understand why we do the things we do:    How a woman remembers fights that a man insists never happened Why thoughts about sex actually enter a woman’s mind less often than they enter a man’s  Why women use more forms of communication per day than men How a woman over fifty is more likely to initiate divorce than a man    Dr. Brizendine was among the first to explain why women think, communicate, and feel differently than men. She wrote the book The Female Brain (which was later turned into a movie starring Whitney Cummings) which absolutely changed my life and everyone’s who read it. It was revolutionary and was the first time someone actually studied the fundamental ways in which women’s brains and hormones are so different from men’s. Her book is snarky, sassy and easy to understand but your mind will be absolutely blown.    She explained: Orgasms and Antidepressants The differences between the male and female brain and how they can cause misunderstandings or tension Our moods and our cycle and how we can and should build our life around it Why we should actually be excited for menopause…?   Yes, you read that last sentence correctly…I was shocked too. Dr.Brizendine’s new book The Upgrade focuses on why post-menopausal life is actually much better than our youth. She details how to hack menopause and why it isn’t the end of our life but rather the beginning…   Download this episode of Tell Me About It with Jade Iovine wherever you get your podcasts! And to continue the conversation DM me: https://www.instagram.com/jadeiovine/   Executive Producer Nick Stumpf Produced by Catherine Law Edited and Engineered by Brandon Dickert See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
NO SECRETS w/ Laura Clery

NO SECRETS w/ Laura Clery

2022-04-1901:16:37

I’m convinced Laura Clery was sent from above to make sure no woman felt alone in a shitty feeling ever again. We talked for over an hour about everything from chronic people pleasing, redefining “rock bottom” with addiction, ADHD, to abusive relationships and being brutally honest with ourselves. Speaking of honesty, this episode is a refreshingly truthful and vulnerable one–you’ll laugh, you might cry, but I know for sure you’ll relate to something in our conversation.    Laura reminded me that no one is more scared of our truth than ourselves, and she’s one of the most generous people when it comes to sharing her story. We talked about going through your significant other’s phone, hiding the shitty parts of relationships, and birthing surprises that were left out of our sex-ed class. Laura shared her son’s recent diagnosis of autism and how she chooses to look at it. All in all, this is a no-filter, no-bullshit episode and I can’t wait for you to hear it.   Laura Clery, internet influencer and New York Times bestselling author of Idiot, is back with her new book IDIOTS: Marriage, Motherhood, Milk & Mistakes. In her first book, Idiot, Laura gave us mind-blowingly personal life stories about addiction, toxic relationships, and recovery. Here she is two kids later asking, “How did we get here?” Sex. Sex is how we got here.    Purchase IDIOTS: Marriage, Motherhood, Milk & Mistakes here.    Download this episode of Tell Me About It with Jade Iovine wherever you get your podcasts! And to continue the conversation DM me: https://www.instagram.com/jadeiovine/   Executive Producer Nick Stumpf Produced by Catherine Law Edited and Engineered by Brandon Dickert See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
My guest this week needs absolutely no introduction. She is none other than the icon, the legend herself, PARIS HILTON.   This week, Paris and I peeled back the pink curtain and got very real about what it’s actually like to be, well, Paris Hilton. I got a rapid-fire, deep dive with her of pure honesty and a level of openness we’ve rarely heard from her in other interviews. We talked about the abuse she experienced many years ago and how the character “Paris Hilton” actually came to be–and if we’ll ever hear from her again. As we all witnessed in the early 2000’s, Paris is no stranger to friendship drama, so, of course, we also had to unpack how she handled those infamous friendship breakups. I hope you love hanging with her in this heart-to-heart as much as I did. Xxx   Download this episode of Tell Me About It with Jade Iovine wherever you get your podcasts! And to continue the conversation DM me: https://www.instagram.com/jadeiovine/   Executive Producer Nick Stumpf Produced by Catherine Law Edited and Engineered by Brandon Dickert See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week my producer Catherine and I had a lot to catch up on amidst brutal jet lag and PMS. I complained to her about social anxiety and how hard in-person conversations are. We talked about our biggest physical insecurities and how we handle it (or break down) when someone points them out. We dissected the versions of our past selves we wish we could forget, and how much time we waste talking shit about ourselves. And finally, we did the thing of all things and finally bridged the gap between those of us with big boobs and those of us with small boobs–I speak on behalf of the latter team while Catherine represents the former, and together we  compare notes on the best and worst parts of both worlds.    Download this episode of Tell Me About It with Jade Iovine wherever you get your podcasts! And to continue the conversation DM me: https://www.instagram.com/jadeiovine/   Executive Producer Nick Stumpf Produced by Catherine Law Edited and Engineered by Brandon Dickert See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ladies and Gentlemen…Tefi

Ladies and Gentlemen…Tefi

2022-03-2901:16:50

After two long weeks, we are back!! To kick off our NEW SEASON, TikTok sensation and Coral Gables QUEEN Tefi stopped by to commiserate with me. We talked about being depressed (duh), breaking off an engagement (hers, not mine - don’t worry Mom), and Tefi’s experience with disordered eating. We talked about being mean to others, most of the time because we’re mean to ourselves…oh and we talked about nose jobs, too! Estefanía Pessoa, AKA Tefi, is an entertainer and expert as it relates to all things pop culture. Her on-air work (as correspondent for TikTok & InStyle) and digital content creation are both captivating and infectious, all while remaining authentic to her Latina-Miami roots. Tefi’s authentic, witty personality, raw vulnerability, and wise advice have all cemented her as one of today’s most sought-after social media mavericks, boasting a combined following of 1.5M+ followers and counting. As she continues to grow, her focus transcends beyond comedy by highlighting approachable confidence, advocating mental health, and spreading kindness. Things Mentioned In This Episode: Wine Drops  Download this episode of Tell Me About It with Jade Iovine wherever you get your podcasts! And to continue the conversation DM me: https://www.instagram.com/jadeiovine/ Executive Producer Nick Stumpf Produced by Catherine Law Edited and Engineered by Brandon Dickert Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We have another spicy LIVE From Bed for you this week! Come hang while my producer Catherine and I Zoom from our beds and untangle my messy list of life events since we last spoke. We talk about Plan B, fitting my “modern family” into a “traditional family” wedding, my first ~clubbing~ experience since COVID, and some things that have been fueling my anxiety.  We also talk about an inspiring run-in with Courtney Love, and debrief all about my trip to New York. I complained to Catherine about bridesmaids, PMS, being around people for too long without the necessary ugly-me-time afterward, and confessed my latest secret obsession… We’re taking a two-week season break (💔) but have no fear - we’ll be back with a brand spanking new season on March 29th! Don’t be a stranger, you can always DM me (@jadeiovine) about anything as always.  Quote at the beginning of this ep ℅ @MariAndrew  Download this episode of Tell Me About It with Jade Iovine wherever you get your podcasts! And to continue the conversation DM me: https://www.instagram.com/jadeiovine/ Executive Producer Nick Stumpf Produced by Catherine Law Edited and Engineered by Brandon Dickert Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
If you’re in a long-term relationship, have you ever secretly asked yourself any of these questions? Am I as in love as I SHOULD be with my significant other? Are we having enough sex? Am I settling?  Is it wrong that I have doubts about our relationship? What if I’m ignoring red flags? What if we breakup 10 years from now? And what is the healthy amount of doubts I should have?! What is this intrusive voice in my head that second guesses my healthy commitment? Is it my gut or anxiety? Do I trust it or dismiss it? A lot of people are under the assumption that if you have concerns or doubts, or compare your relationship with other relationships you see online then your relationship is “bad” and therefore you should leave–when in reality, it might just be a natural part of any long-term relationship.  There is so much advice and relatable content for single people and dating but very little for those of us who are in long term relationships. Even in the best relationships, there are inevitable doubts or worries. But those doubts and worries can freak you out… or make you feel lonely and ashamed for having those thoughts in the first place.  BUT YOU’RE NOT ALONE. LEAVE IT TO TIKTOK TO UNCOVER A WHOLE WORLD OF OTHER PEOPLE WHO FEEL AS SH**Y AS WE DO! ;)  I was scrolling the other day and happened upon Relationship Anxiety Coach Sarah Yudkin’s viral videos.  Sarah Yudkin is a Trauma-Informed Relationship Anxiety Coach whose mission is to help women feel more confident in their relationships and normalize the ‘not so glamorous’ parts of relationships that often lead to anxiety. It’s important to note that Sarah’s advice is for people stressing about generally healthy relationships - her content does not apply to people that are being abused or mistreated. In those cases, an exit strategy is always the best option.  Trust me, you’ll relate to so much Sarah said and I can’t wait to talk to you guys about it when you finish listening… xxx To continue the conversation and for more about the podcast and my life, you can find me: https://www.instagram.com/jadeiovine/ Executive Producer Nick Stumpf Produced by Catherine Law Edited and Engineered by Brandon Dickert Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Catherine and I talked about open relationships, social media anxiety, and the magical world of mushrooms. Sit back and feel seen as we commiserate about therapist breakups, cohabitating with a significant other, PCOS, and love/hating ourselves.  Uh oh…the TMAI production team has COVID! SO, we’ll be back with a new episode next week and THIS WEEK we’re airing one of my favorite past episodes with comedian Catherine Cohen.  Cat is a comedian, a writer, a podcast host, a poet… a 21st century renaissance woman whose jaw-dropping openness about sex, drugs, and millenial quandaries has captured audiences far and wide. Cat announced last week that her Netflix special “The Twist…? She’s Gorgeous!” will premiere on March 15th–it’s going to be incredible so we all definitely have to mark it in the Google cal and watch together.  To listen to Cat’s podcast, Seek Treatment: https://tinyurl.com/2zh84nck Download this episode of Tell Me About It with Jade Iovine wherever you get your podcasts! And to continue the conversation DM me: https://www.instagram.com/jadeiovine/ Executive Producer Nick Stumpf Produced by Catherine Law Edited and Engineered by Brandon Dickert Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week’s episode couldn’t have come at a better time. My depression decided to rear its ugly head a couple weeks ago, and no matter how many times I’ve been through this, I have to admit it always scares the sh*t out of me. In this episode, you’ll hear all about my rut… and I hope all my depressed and anxious friends out there can relate… My guest this week and I talk all about OCD, anxiety, depression, ADHD, Zoloft, Adderall, and Ketamine infusions.  I’ve been dying to have an episode that largely focuses on the conversation about the meds we’re prescribed, and the stigmas & side effects involved, and I knew Katie Nehra was the girl to call.  Katie is so open about her own mental illnesses and how she has been on a journey to find the right treatments since she was five years old. She talked to me about how she navigated/managed her mental illnesses differently in each decade of her life, and what she has found most effective.  We commiserate about having to take pillzzzz every day, finding the right medication and how hard that process can be, and how we each ultimately decided to allow ourselves to get the help we needed.  Sidenote: I’ve always been so curious about the world of ketamine infusions for depression, so I was excited to learn that Katie has tried it… and pick her brain about the experience.  Katie’s an actress, designer, writer and most recently, podcast host of “Been Better…hbU?”, a podcast focused on mental health. I was on her show recently, so you can check out that episode - if you love the mental health camaraderie you get from this podcast, you’ll love Katie’s too.  Katie’s Book Rec: Unwinding Anxiety by Judson Brewer To continue the conversation and for more about the podcast and my life, you can find me: https://www.instagram.com/jadeiovine/ Executive Producer Nick Stumpf Produced by Catherine Law Edited and Engineered by Brandon Dickert Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dylan is out of town and this week I’m hanging out with my friends…. and this week’s episode is coincidentally all about friendships. If you’re in your twenties, or thirties (or have ever been in your twenties or thirties), chances are you’ve dealt with friendship drama. Friendship breakups, toxic friendships, trying to maintain long-distance friendships — the friendship topic is one everyone’s hungry to talk about. It can feel so lonely when a friendship you’ve had since you were 3 no longer feels fun or healthy, or when you come to terms with the reality that most of your friends move away, get into relationships, or become busy with work and can no longer answer your 911 call as quickly.  This week we have Host of Nightly Pop on E! Nina Parker on the show and we got into the good stuff.  As I said we talked A LOT about our friendships and how to navigate the aforementioned shittiness. We talked about moving to a new city and feeling lonely, the deliciousness of canceling plans, and how to know if your job is the root of your unhappiness.  Aside from her work as a co-host on E!, Nina created the first Black- woman-owned brand to design a plus-size line exclusively for Macy's, The Nina Parker Collection. Parker has made numerous television appearances as a pop culture expert on popular shows like Wendy Williams and The Talk, and as an occasional host for Access Live on NBC.  To continue the conversation and for more about the podcast and my life, you can find me: https://www.instagram.com/jadeiovine/ Executive Producer Nick Stumpf Produced by Catherine Law Edited and Engineered by Brandon Dickert Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
My Abortion Story

My Abortion Story

2022-02-0151:50

Well this is probably the weirdest description I’ve ever had to write. Releasing this episode was just as hard as you can imagine. I went back and forth several times, and even now, I have a lump in my throat and am wrestling with the reality of letting everyone in on this super-intimate experience.  But what’s harder is imagining another woman having to go through this, someone who can’t find a similar story to reference. This is for you. It’s just my story. I spared no details, we left things raw. It’s my hope that someone else out there will see themselves in my story… or won’t, that’s great too. It’s here for anyone who needs it. You can take from it what you will but my goal is simple: I want to tell my truth so it’ll reach someone else out there when she needs it most.  There are plenty of stories out there–not enough in my opinion–but this is just one person’s (my) experience. I’m white, privileged, educated, and I still found my experience hellish. I won’t get into politics, but right now all of us, those of us who have ever needed - or will ever need - an abortion, are being threatened. I ask that you believe me when I tell you there is absolutely no reason to make this decision or experience any harder.  Thank you for listening, and thank you so much to those of you who have already reached out and continue to DM me with your own story. I said it in this episode and I’ll say it again. It truly never gets old to hear another woman has “been there”. Whether it’s the first time you hear that or the hundredth, there’s nothing like the relief you feel from hearing someone else has felt what you felt–thank you for making me brave enough to share this. Xo Jade  To continue the conversation and for more about the podcast and my life, you can find me: https://www.instagram.com/jadeiovine/ Executive Producer Nick Stumpf Produced by Catherine Law Edited and Engineered by Brandon Dickert Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It’s a weird feeling to some days be your own biggest fan and other days your own harshest critic. It can feel like a maddening perspective shift and walking the fine line between self awareness and complete self annihilation can be an impossible task. If you’ve ever felt this way, look no further. Your fellow overthinkers (Morgan Stewart McGraw and I) are here to let you know you are far from alone… Morgan (@MorganStewartMcGraw) came on the show and gave us a heavy dose of realness. We talked about everything from spiraling, friendships, heartbreaks, therapy, childhoods to mean-girl-moms.  She is currently the host of DAILY POP and NIGHTLY POP on E!, which feature behind-the-scenes scoops, celebrity guests, and fun conversations. She’s also the host of her own segment, NECESSARY REALNESS, on E! In 2010, Morgan started her own successful fashion and lifestyle blog Boobs & Loubs, which she designed for ‘the girl creating her own future’. She has a genius way of laughing through pain and her self-deprecation is always, always refreshing.   As always, you can find me: https://www.instagram.com/jadeiovine/ Executive Producer Nick Stumpf Produced by Catherine Law Edited and Engineered by Brandon Dickert Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today we have a dynamic duo on the show.  One half of that duo is a woman who was a HUGE part of most of our childhoods – a peer we grew up watching on TV– Raven Symoné, aka Raven Baxter of That’s So Raven, aka Olivia on The Cosby Show! The other half of this couple is Miranda Pearman-Maday, a doula (we love a doula around here) who stars alongside her wife Raven in their new Youtube series 8pm! 8pm gives you a sneak peek into their lives, and each episode is different - from conversations about mental health issues and relationships to cooking fried chicken. Flash back a few (many) years: when I was 10, I got to go to a That’s So Raven taping, and my god, it was the best day of my life…  but for Raven, growing up in front of the world is not the dream everyone thinks it is. Being told what to do, who you are supposed to be, what you’re supposed to look like, who you’re supposed to love – it takes strength and courage to break out of the bubble you’re put in and finally put your happiness above all else. Miranda and Raven are a great example of how far your willingness to look inward and evolve can get you.  We covered A LOT in this interview. The two of them are extremely honest about the trials and tribulations of their marriage, and the work they do both together and separately to make the relationship and their lives together thrive. We talked about friendship breakups, why some people choose to ghost, and how each of us feel about the friendship breakups in our own lives. We talked about trauma, body stuff, childhoods, mental illness, and more! To continue the conversation and for more about the podcast and my life, you can find me: https://www.instagram.com/jadeiovine/ Executive Producer Nick Stumpf Produced by Catherine Law Edited and Engineered by Brandon Dickert Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Let’s be real, the universe has been kicking all of our asses over the past two years.  Between brutal mercury retrogrades, Saturn returns, and full moons I’ve been asked more than ever about astrology.  I’m a Sagittarius with a Capricorn moon and Cancer rising (woop woop). I love astrology and growing up in LA astrology was just as common recess conversation as what your mom packed you for lunch. BUT astrology is definitely having a moment right now. Recently a friend of mine called me asking if I could explain her chart to her. Quite frankly, I barely understand my own so of course I told her to hang up the phone and download the CHANI APP immediately. WHICH I think you all should open now before this episode. Before you start listening, grab your birth certificate, find out what time you were born, and download Chani’s app. Oh! And definitely get a paper and pen or your notes app out in case you want to write any of it down.  Chani broke down astrology in a way I’d absolutely never heard before. It was simple and direct, two adjectives very rarely associated with astrology. Oh and I promise, I didn’t have her read my chart on this episode…I'm not that self-indulgent.  She tells us what our rising sign really means, what our moon tells us about ourselves, what to do when mercury retrograde(s?), where to look in your chart to find out about relationships and even divorce, how to unlock your purpose, and you know we had to get into my favorite topic which is the infamous Saturn Return. So many of us are in our Saturn Return right now but don’t fully understand what it means. Trust me you’ll become an astrology expert after 50 minutes of listening to this episode and I'm so grateful we have the legend herself CHANI NICHOLAS to teach us! https://chaninicholas.com/chani-app/ For more about the podcast and my life, you can find me: https://www.instagram.com/jadeiovine/ Executive Producer Nick Stumpf Produced by Catherine Law Edited and Engineered by Brandon Dickert Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
After five long weeks, we are *finally* back! I was so hesitant to take this break, but we’ve been recording like crazy and with the holidays, I'm surprised to admit: it flew by. BUT I am so happy to be back, truly I’m lost without you guys, so happy new year and let’s get back to business.   I turned a year older since we last spoke and I have a million other updates but I’ll save that for a solo episode when we can really get into it… I’ve been looking forward to this episode for months. We recorded this episode on November 29th, and today is the day we get to finally release the Amanda Knox episode.  The morning of our interview Amanda woke up to her name splashed all over the headlines…again. And in this interview you’ll hear her immediate thoughts about having to relive the nightmare, yet again.  What you’ll hear in this interview is a woman who has been inarguably traumatized and is steadfastly, impressively and bravely trying to create a life for herself after spending the majority of her twenties tossed around by this nightmarish trial, or in an Italian prison. Her name and reputation were dragged through the mud, in her early 20s, before she fully knew who she was. Whether it’s a rumor going around about you within a small friend group or a complete media attack on your character, what I want you to take away from this interview is how universal these feelings are. Pain is subjective. Your situation might not be like Amanda's, but I want you to really hear the woman behind the headlines: a mother, trying desperately to start over. And I’m certain there is a part of her story that will resonate with you.  For more about the podcast and my life, you can find me: https://www.instagram.com/jadeiovine/ Executive Producer Nick Stumpf Produced by Catherine Law Edited and Engineered by Brandon Dickert Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
After months of hearing me tell countless stories about him and letting me embarrass him on this show, we thought it was time to invite my fiancé Dylan to hang out with us this week. Dylan is my better half in nearly every way and I think you’ll agree and love him as much as I do -- well hopefully not quite that much, that’d be weird, but you know what I mean… We go over all the details of Dylan’s proposal (in the least cringey way, as aforementioned), talk a little about our history, argue about details of every story, and you’ll get a very telling sneak peek into our relationship along the way. And, before you all yell at me, I know I have a “talking-over-Dylan” problem. I’m working on it very hard in therapy, I swear.. For more about the podcast and my life, you can find me: https://www.instagram.com/jadeiovine/ Executive Producer Nick Stumpf Produced by Catherine Law Edited and Engineered by Brandon Dickert Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Media personality and entrepreneur Angela Yee stopped by this week and we had A GOOD TIME.  Angela Yee currently co-hosts Power 105.1’s nationally syndicated and award-winning radio show The Breakfast Club as well as her popular podcast, Angela Yee’s Lip Service. She owns the Juices For Life juice bar in Brooklyn, NY, has a line of organic pressed juices called Drink Fresh Juice, and recently co-founded Coffee Uplifts People (CUP)—a majority Black-owned coffee company with a brick and mortar location in Brooklyn. In 2018, the New York City mayor officially designated August 28th as Angela Yee Day, now an annual community event spotlighting local Black-owned businesses. Additionally, Yee launched the Angela Yee’s Book Club literacy initiative with WellRead, which showcases authors with unique stories to tell. Her two-decade career has solidified her as this generation’s “go-to” media personality. With her finger on the pulse of hip-hop, culture and business, Angela Yee is indeed a multi-hyphenate in every sense.  Angela told me about her experience switching schools as a kid and how the racism of her classmates ultimately made her decide to leave. She told me a story about her boss asking her to have sex with him, and when she declined, was fired a few days later. We talked about shame, the ups and downs of friendships, insecurity and how she ultimately got revenge on that former boss of hers… For more about the podcast and to continue our conversation, you can find me: https://www.instagram.com/jadeiovine/ Executive Producer Nick Stumpf Produced by Catherine Law Edited and Engineered by Brandon Dickert Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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