EP. 18: Natural Hair Gentrified, Self-Care for Black Men, and Can You Be “Woke” While Dating White?



We back at it again! We appreciated if you could leave a 5-star rating and review on iTunes or Stitcher. In this episode, Niram and Niambi talk about the Popsugar and the gentrification of the natural hair movement, Tupac breaking up with Madonna, and self-care for black men… Nothing but laughs and real talk! Submit your Black Love Story — Go to https://blaclovematters.com/lovestory/ to submit your black love story and we’ll shout you out! We really want to showcase the greatness of black love…

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Sis, Bro, Cuz -Submit your question to [email protected] or you can leave us a voicemail at 508-784-1111

Hey Niram and Niambi!

First I want to say that I love, love, love your podcast. You guys are like a breathe of fresh aire and I wish yall nothing success and prosperity.

Now to the fuckery… My boyfriend of two years has recently been in contact with his ex-girlfriend for the past few months and it is pissing me the fuck off….She calls him often and sends him text messages to ask how he is doing or if he is working hard or to tell him she is bored. I told my bf that I wasn’t comfortable with her calling so much (or at all for that matter) and he said there was no reason to be worried…. They are just friends… yeah friends who have seen each other naked…. The more she called, the more I would get angry at her because she knew I didn’t like it and I would get angry at him for allowing it. Just recently, I finally exploded after asking nicely for months for him to tell her to stop calling and to call her own boyfriend when she was bored. He did call her with me present and told her I was having a problem with them talking and it wasn’t him. He then thanked her for being understanding. When he hung up the phone he was very upset over what he just told her. He acted as though I just destroyed the best friendship of his life, but I thought that’s what I was for. Was I wrong? Help!!

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