Baller Alert, Baller Alert, Baller Alert! Welcome to another episode of the Baller Alert Show! On this episode, BT, Su Solo, Ferrari and OCT discussed Eric Holder, Mon’Nique’s Netflix special and Quavo & Offset’s relationship.
“A judge has sentenced Eric Holder jr., the person who killed Nipsey Hustle, to 60 years in prison,” said Ferrari.
“He should’ve got more, said BT.
“He gonna die in jail,” Ferrari added.
Quavo dropped a solo song called Greatness. OCT shared the lyrics where Quavo says the Migos can’t come back.
“I mean, I knew it was over anyway,” said Ferrari. “I knew it was over before we lost Takeoff.”
“I feel that he’s grieving right now, and sometimes, when you’re grieving, you can’t come back. I’m still very hopeful that he and Offset will repair their relationship and that they will make music again. That particular verse is hurtful,” said Su Solo.
“Anytime a rap group breaks up, nobody ever has the same type of success,” said BT.
Netflix releases trailer for Monique comedy special following discrimination lawsuit. Netflix reportedly settled with Mo’Nique in 2017, in which she sued the platform for allegedly systematically underpaying black women,” said Ferrari.
The cast discussed Mo’Nique’s career over the past few years.
My name is…Monique is scheduled to come out on Netflix in April.
“Breaking News, Nate McMillan from the Atlanta Hawks has been dismissed as the coach of the Atlanta Hawks,” said Ferrari.
The cast discussed that the previous head coach for the Celtics, Ime Udoka, might become the head coach for the Hawks.
Hitmaka opens up about getting his salad tossed. He said, “If she wanna lick my a**, I can’t hate on that woman.”
BT shared that he has no issue with it, but it’s not for him.
According to Ferrari, Karl Malone impregnated a 13-year-old when he was 20.
The cast discussed Malone’s son, who went on to be in the NFL, and why Karl refuses to discuss this topic publicly.
“What’s up Baller Alert,
My baby mama won’t quit stripping. We’ve been together for four years and counting. She’s been stripping for a while now. At first, I ain’t trip because that’s how I met her. But financially, I’m great enough to hold it all down. She can do whatever she wants, real estate, open her own businesses, etc. She just doesn’t want to quit. In our last conversation, she said she’d quit in a year or two. I’m pissed because when I ask why she never really replies. What y’all think is up with her? I’m ready to propose and marry this woman, but if she is not ready to leave that stripper life, I’m out.”
The cast discussed changing a stripper’s mind, communicating needs and wants in the beginning and being jealous.
“If you want this to work, let her be who she is, and if she’s worth it, you’ll wait,” said BT and OCT.