The Baller Alert Show, featuring your lifestyle specialist Kenny Burns, with Ferrari Simmons and Su Solo, kicked off its 31st episode with a recap of the hottest topics and current events from the previous week.
In case you missed it, the hosts reflected on Mother’s Day and transitioned to the drama surrounding Cardi B. Last week, the expecting mother was antagonized by several regular people as well as other celebrities, so to keep her baby safe and relieve herself of the drama, she deleted her Instagram. But, in the wake of her departure, Su believes it’s good for Cardi to get off social media ahead of the birth of her baby. Then, in more Mother’s Day news, the hosts discussed the rumors about the paternity of Kylie Jenner’s baby Stormi: Travis Scott or the Bodyguard?
With that being said, how many bodyguards have actually got it on with these celebrities?
As the segment continued, the hosts discussed Chance The Rapper’s hot take about Beyoncé, is she the greatest entertainer of all time, surpassing Michael Jackson?
In another smooth transition, the hosts then discussed Tina Knowles-Lawson’s decision to put her children in counseling to deal with Beyoncé’s celebrity. Burns believes kids in counseling could be very good because some kids tell a stranger things they wouldn’t necessarily tell their parents, what do you think?
As the episode continued, Simmons jumped right into this week’s discussion, “keep casual sex casual and nothing more.” Do you think there is such thing as causal sex, because Kenny believes there is absolutely no way to have casual sex without catching feelings? Meanwhile, the other hosts believe it may not last long term, but it can be done. What do you think?
In the next segment, Su dished on this week’s comment creepin featuring Fabolous and a hating fan discussing his wardrobe, as well as a comment creeping featuring Brandy and Moniece. Although Brandy is a legend, Su believes Moniece shouldn’t have even tried it, even though their beef is on a personal level. But if that’s the case, maybe it shouldn’t have been on the Internet, right?
To wrap the episode, Burns, of course, shared a few words of wisdom through Kenfucious: “Never let anyone talk you out of your dreams.”