Episode 20: Fishers of Men

To explore the theme of Gold-digging we chose the 2006 film ‘Fishers of Men’ that centres on a newly widowed woman and her two children, a son and daughter and how she encourages them towards reckless survival, all the while making sure she’s taken care of in the process. Listen as we discuss how dating to secure financial freedom is normal, justifiable, recommended as just as hard a job to do as any. Is she a gold-digger or are you upset that you cannot afford to have her?

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Episode 19: Sleeping with the Enemy

Welcome to season 2 of the podcast! What’s new? – We begin to discuss certain topics and how they occur as themes in various nollywood films.

On this episode, it’s all about submission. What did the leading female characters in Billionaire’s Club (2003) and Sleeping with the Enemy (2004) have in common? Listen as we dissect various reasons for accepting or/and rejecting submission. Is submission limited to one gender? Is it slavery with a different packaging? Is this topic too archaic for our current society?

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Episode 18: 50/50 Dates and a Bottle of Orijin

What do broken down cars, breathtaking sunsets and parking lot stalkers have in common? They’re all essential parts of the date stories in this week’s episode. Listen as igbospice shares and dissects the best and worst date stories she’s had and that you have submitted. Also, we answer a listener question about the being 20-something, interfering friends and the peer pressure to date now. 

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Episode 17: Sexual Roulette

On this episode, listen as we respond to a dilemma submitted by one of our yungnollywood friends – “…last week I was giving him oral sex and I noticed some growths around his genitals, I won’t lie, they scared me a little…” When is it a good time to bring up STI testing and how do you talk about it? 

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Episode 16: Am I A Fool? (TMI)

On this bonus episode, it’s a quick catchup with igbospice. Listen to lot’s of personal stories, pet peeves, reasons to be grateful and life advice learnt from avoidable mistakes from 2020 till now.

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Episode 15: I Hate Virgos (Astrology Q&A)

Following her appearance on Korty’s astrology themed youtube video, igbospice answers your questions about astrology. What do you need to know about your career, your love life and can astrology really predict the future. Don’t forget to drink every time a libra asks you for her opinion on them and don’t worry, she doesn’t really hate Virgos. 

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Episode 14: Premature Adulting

On this week’s episode we ask the question- Do you think that a reason why men resent/mistreat their families is because there are women who convince men to start families/have children/have more children knowing that they weren’t ready? Do you think this is a good reason to resent your family? Considering we live in a patriarchy where men are expected to provide.

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Episode 13: Ageing Dating and Other Action Words

On this week’s episode, we discuss the pros and cons of wide age gaps in dating. What could a 44 year old doctor want from a woman in her mid 20s? Is a 19 year old age gap too wide for a healthy relationship? 

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Episode 12: Multiple Boyfriends and their Benefits

Why have one boyfriend when you can have four? On this week’s episode, we discuss the pros and cons of Roster/Rotational Dating. 

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Episode 11: The Broken Hearts

What do sex tapes, an STI, long distance insecurity tantrums and mild stalking, have in common? They’re all components to the stories of this week’s theme, the painful phenomenon that is… Heartbreak. 

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Episode 10: The Abortion Economy

This week igbospice joined by guest host, and little sister Chidimma, discuss the necessity of having children. Listen as they breakdown the submitted reasons to have a baby, the perfect circumstance for surrogacy, why they approve of Blac Chyna’s two day co-parenting schedule and their solution to a special case of a plan B proof pregnancy. 

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Episode 9: Breaking the Bro Code (Young Famous & African Recap)

This week’s episode is inspired by ‘Young, Famous and African,’ a recently released reality TV show on Netflix that centres around 8 individuals and their relationships with each other. Specifically, we talk about the triangle between Diamond (Tanzanian musician and superstar), Zari (self made business woman and the mother of Diamond’s children) and Andile (successful music and sports TV producer and personality and Zari’s new love interest). This led to the question… Would you date your friend’s ex? Especially if, like in the case of Andile and Diamond, your friend has clearly moved on and is pursuing other people. 

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Episode 8: Crème de la Coochie

On this R-rated episode inspired by a personal conversation, igbospice discusses the possibility of good p*ssy being a skill.

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Episode 7: Dating a Ritualist

Let’s talk about self doubt. Have you experienced it? Do you still? How does doubt make you feel?  How do you deal with the feeling? Also, in a world full of criminals, do you draw the line at dating a ritualist? 

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Episode 6: Great Lovers

On this episode, amiss her instagram woes,  igbospice asks what makes a man or woman a great lover? Is it how they treat you, emotional depth or just how great they perform in bed? Also what’s the most you’ve ever done for an unofficial partner? 

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Episode 5: S.O.S (Slut on Slut Justice)

IgboSpice spends the first part of this episode discussing slut statistics derived from polls submitted by the yungnollywood audience; the second part defending the Euphoria character, Cassie Howard, and then concludes with why faith without works is dead, a.k.a keeping an eye out for the proof in the manifestation pudding. 

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Episode 4: The Fat-phobic Sisters

On this episode, Igbospice and her sister Chidimma use the Ere.wellness Body Image and Conversation cards to confront the subconscious theme of fat-phobia present in most people. These cards are a wonderful conversation starter for dissecting why we treat ourselves the way we do. For more details about the conversation cards, please check out @ere.wellness on instagram. 

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Episode 3: Love is not a Dead Language

On our first of many live recording shows, igbo spice discusses various love languages submitted by the baebaddies and their reasons behind wanting to be loved this way. Also, for the first time ever we have people call into the show and we learn why realistically, your love language should really be all of them and more 😉 

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Episode 2: Jealous and Envious Stories

What do you do when you find yourself wanting more from a polyamorous relationship? Or you find out your ex has moved on to someone who looks just like you? Or maybe you have a friend that refuses to acknowledge what you do but copies everything behind your back? Unpack these and more stories surrounding the theme of this week’s episode, Jealousy. 

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Episode 1: Omoge Dollar$ Speaks

Welcome to Spice Station, a podcast by Yungnollywood. In this first episode, I answer questions about dealing with closeted bisexuality, being a Nigerian vegan, nollywood sex scenes, tips on how to be a bad bitch and more.

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Episode 8: Crème de la Coochie

On this R-rated episode inspired by a personal conversation, igbospice discusses the possibility of good p*ssy being a skill.

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