Baller Alert radio episode four kicked off with an introduction to your lifestyle specialist, Kenny Burns with your favorite Ethiopian Su Solo. However, Ferrari Simmons checked out this week to hit up a Baller Alert edition party.
*Power Spoiler Alert*
In case you missed it, Burns reflected on the annoying end of Starz’ hit show, Power. As Ghost tries to clean up his life and figure things out, his son is out following his path of drugs and violence. In the meantime, Tasha is cuddling up with Ghost’s ex-lawyer, who ends up falling in love with her. However, amid her son’s issues following the murder of Ray Ray for killing his twin sister, Tasha approaches the lawyer to defend her, as she confesses to the murder of Ray Ray. Now, as we prepare for the next season, we see Ghost, Tommy and Kanan teaming up against Dre.
What do you think will happen next?
Over the weekend, some of the biggest stars held a weekend in their name, filled with big parties, celebrity guests and performances. Ludacris kicked off his LudaDay Weekend in Atlanta, while Kevin Hart held his HartBeat Weekend in Las Vegas. It was lit. In addition to the big parties, Baller Alert Foundation connected with a few charities to donate money to the victims of Hurricane Harvey.
Su Solo then jumped right in to a Baller Alert favorite, Comment Creepin.
Although this week’s segment was a little different, Su Solo discussed the love of Teyana Taylor and Iman Shumpert. In this industry, many people think they can’t have a successful faithful relationship, as the hours are flexible. Often times, your mate will have to deal with and entertain the opposite sex, but ultimately, trust and security is key.
Do you think you can handle dating someone in the industry?
As the hosts continued, they divulged about the latest Baller Mail topic, finances in a relationship.
Although Burns feels that men are supposed to take care of their women, he understands the shift in society that has allowed women to make just as much money as men. While, he wants to provide for his lady, he discusses the different things women bring to the table that are equal to financial stability of men. But, your relationship should never be built on the monetary value your mate brings to the situation.
Does it matter to you if your significant other has money?
To wrap things up, Burns left listeners with a very important message: “Don’t get caught up in the hype.”