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Tune In Tonight as we have an open discussion about Akon and his energy project, Bruce Jenner, 10 things that you might have missed, and our Special Guest DFW's Own Lil Ronny MothaF!
Trill and Reecie touch base with Rebel Life Media on the new documentary they created with Adina Howard.
Mr Trill & Reecie speak with Cherokee on her new position in the industry, her merchandise, and what she has planned next. Angel calls in and gives pointers to woman on how to satisfiy there partner, what men can do to satisfy there woman, and more sex talk.
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There seems to be a real addiction with Twerking. Every time you turn around there's a new Twerk video out on YouTube and posted on everyone's Facebook and Twitter. But after years of popularity you would think the Twerk trend would've gotten old by now, right? Well guess again! Twerking is as popular as ever and shows no signs of letting up.
But wait! What about the critics? Twerking receives about as much criticism as it does praise. With so many controversies behind it, Twerking is a never ending debate around the country. Some say they use it as a workout routine, some use it to get attention and views, and some even use it to promote other professions such as dancers strippers and call girls. At the end of the day, how do you feel about Twerking? Are you tired of seeing it, or do you look at it as an art form and a good way to stay in shape and being desired all at the same time?
Find out what Tay Real & Nizzy Nay think about it on tonight's episode of "It's Real Talk Radio".
Washington Tharpe of Washington DC, is a sexual abuse survivor and victim of street harassment.
The 40 year old middle school Spanish teacher made a routine trip to the ATM at a gas station
and suffered unwanted sexual advances from two strange women.
The two females groped his genitals, and twerked against him in public.
Leaving Mr. Tharpe feeling humiliated and embarassed!
He asked for help from the gas station attendants who were of no help.
Mr. Tharpe fled from the gas station, the women followed him outside.
He pulled into a car wash to shake them, they continued to persue him.
In fear of his saftey, he called the police. One of the women, Ayanna Marie Knight, was arrested.
When Tharpe found out the 22 year old woman faced up to 10 years in jail on sexual abuse charges,
and would have to register as a sex offended if she were to be convicted of her crimes, Tharpe, a
Christian and son of a pastor forgave the two young women and suspected prostitutes.
Tharpe not only wants any charges against the women dropped, he will not tesitify against them in court and he wants to help the young women
to find decent jobs in addition to joining womens support groups, become role models and help women who may be in similar situations at this point of their lives.
Washington Tharpe calls in live Saturday December 5, 2015 at 6PM EST
to discuss what really happened that day, his faith, forgiveness, misandry,
double standards, and more!
Follow Washington on Twitter (link below)