In this episode Morgan and Robyn discuss bougie bombshell Zora Neale Hurston and her literary contributions as the self proclaimed Queen of The Niggerati. We do our first rapid fire discussion for our pop culture tingz segment, covering The Met
In this episode, Morgan and Robyn discuss the evolution of Miranda Hobbs' impact on the way women interpret themselves on TV. Pop Culture Tingz consist of royal baby and wedding news as well as thoughts on Beychella.
On this episode, Robyn gives us a lesson on the phenomenal Lena Waithe and how she became the first black woman to win an Emmy for outstanding comedy writer. The co hosts also delve into what it means to be a work horse versus a show pony and r
On this episode, Morgan talks about her excitement for the new Netflix movie 'Roxane Roxane' and shares some facts about bougie bombshell Roxane Shante, one of the first female MCs to gain popularity in Hip Hop. They review Donald Glover's New
In this episode, Morgan and Robyn reveal some little known facts about themselves, and reminisce about running track in high school. Tracee Ellis Ross, the bougie TV queen of today, serves as this episode's bougie bombshell. And Robyn gives adv
Welcome back for Season 3! We have a new look, some new content, but the same ole Bougie Behaviour coming at you. In celebration of Black History Month, Morgan and Robyn highlight some fierce and special ladies that contributed to the Civil Rig
In this episode Morgan and Robyn talk about the dangers of gassing and cancel culture and who is more likely to be forgiven after a public slip up. They also discuss the Royal engagement, why they aren't pressed about it, and also share their p
Morgan asks Zak and Rob for their perspective on the question: What are the detrimental effects of constantly seeing portrayals of yourself and your people in a constant state of struggle? They discuss the importance of happiness, cooperation a
In this episode, Morgan, Zak and Robyn discuss the trials of being a multifaceted black woman, wearing the mask at work and the harmful myth that black women can't be victims because of their inherent strength and resilience.
This week, the ladies of Bougie Behaviour discuss the importance of HBCUs, and recount some of their best memories from one of the most celebrated traditions of every Historically Black College and University: returning for Homecoming!
In the season 2 premiere, Morgan, Rob and Zak reminisce on what it was like to grow up in the height of the music video era and gushed about the influential female Hip Hop and R&B artists who helped shaped their womanhood.
In our final episode of Season 1, the trio interviews Lindsay Peoples, fashion editor at The Cut. She spills all about her experience working as one of the very few women of color in fashion, gives insight on her favorite cook books, and dishes
Morgan and Zak welcome guest, entertainment reporter, Kamaron Leach and discuss what it means to really find and pursue your purpose in the 21st Century. Of course, along the way, we have a few laughs and random tangents. Obviously we recorded
This episode we explore all of the intricacies of black cinema with director Christian Jones, who also tells us all about his upcoming film Printshop that explores T-Shirt culture in the black community.
Welcome to our first co-pod! On this episode Morgan, Zak and Robyn are joined by the cohosts of 2 and A Bottle where they discuss the "efficacy of Twitter", defending womanhood, Dear White People, stopping white women from riding the wave and t
In response to the ill advised marketing campaign from Shea Moisture, Robyn and Morgan discuss the importance of having beauty products specifically for black women as well as tackle the difficult topic of colorism in communities of color. They
In this episode, Morgan, Robyn and Zak tackle female sexuality and reminisce about the moments they rejected society's status quo on womanhood. Kendrick Lamar finds his way back into Pop Culture Tingz, along with Charlie Murphy, Scandal's 100th
Morgan and Robyn describe their first nude sketching experience in Brooklyn before all three hosts dive into their professional struggles and learning lessons as millennials on a mission. They also share their views on Dave Chapelle's Netflix s
In this episode we get personal with one of Black Twitter's elites Jamilah Lemieux. She graces us with boss babe gems as we discuss the entity that is Mini Milah, her thoughts on Get Out, being submissive in relationships and taking risks in yo
In the second episode of Bougie Behaviour, Zak tells Morgan and Robyn about her trip to Cuba. They also discuss the reality of respectability politics in the black community, their favorite childhood cartoons, Moonlight's historic Oscar win and
In the inaugural episode of Bougie Behaviour, hosts Morgan, Zak and Murielle invite listeners into their world of bougie. They break down the different types of bougie—remember there are levels to this— talk about travels to Cuba and give thoug
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