Baller Alert, Baller Alert, Baller Alert! Welcome to another episode of The Baller Alert Show, available everywhere you get your podcast. On this episode, the cast is joined by ROBIII WORLD to discuss BG, Aaron Rodgers and being a content creator.
“BG is finally home,” shared OCT.
“I was a really big fan of Cash Money growing up,” said Ferrari.
“They have to do the Cash Money reunion,” said ROBIII.
“Did you see the video on social media of him getting his hair done?” asked Ferrari.
“Why are people on him like this? Do people understand this man just did 11 years in prison?” asked BT.
“Coco Gauff just won the U.S. Open,” said OCT.
“That girl was playing some tennis, wasn’t she?” said Ferrari.
“Aaron Rodgers is out for the season with a torn Achilles,” said Ferrari.
“That is so sad,” said BT.
“He gets hurt on the 4th play of the game, and he’s out for the whole season,” said Ferrari.
“Their whole season was counting on this one person,” said BT.
“Falcons won their first game,” said BT.
“I’m going to be a believer and extremely happy when we make the playoffs,” said Ferrari.
Love Vs. Money
On this episode of Love Vs. Money, the cast discussed whether Tink and Hitmaka are together for love or money.
“Think recently said that he eats her ass,” OCT.
“I think that it’s love,” said BT.
“I think that they are in like,” said Ferrari.
“They still have to work together,” said OCT.
“Pooh Shiesty said that he just ordered two Ferrari’s off a jail call. I’m real rich. Make sure you make her cover my name up before you keep the bitch,” said BT.
“Ferrari’s hold value. I say it’s a good purchase,” said ROBIII.
“Why do all of that?” asked OCT.
“I think that’s a bad investment,” said BT. “He probably should’ve purchased two houses.”
BT shared that he doesn’t think Pooh Shiesty will come out of jail with money.
“You be viral all the time, especially on my timeline,” said Ferrari.
“It’s all about marketing,” said ROBII WORLD.
“I work with different girls, especially ones who do only fans. It’s like an even exchange,” said ROBIII.
“Your views are crazy,” said Ferrari.
“Where’s ROBIII WORLD from?” asked Ferrari.
“I was born and raised in the A. Me and D.C Young Fly grew up down the street from each other,” said ROBIII.
ROBIII shared that his grandparents raised him and taught him how to navigate the real world.
“What made you pick up that phone and make your money that way?” asked OCT.
“I was doing it for fun and shits. I had Cancer, and I was going through hella depression. Somebody told me about this Vine app, and they were like just be yourself. Then, one of the videos went stupid viral. I didn’t get paid for the first three years I was doing it,” said ROBIII.
“How did you learn how to start making money on the internet?” asked BT.
“How I started off was just promo, ‘Hey, I can do a skit to your song, I can do a promo.’ Then, the platforms started paying creators. We figured it out, and we just monetized off of that,” said ROBIII.
“Which platform makes you the most money?” asked Ferrari.
“I’m not even going to lie to you. Right now, Snapchat,” said ROBIII.
“I had to switch my content style. I had to cancel out money because I wanted to do skits. Money gets low, but it will always come back up,” said ROBIII.
“TikTok and Instagram will keep you relevant, but Facebook, Youtube and Snapchat will keep you paid,” said ROBIII.
“We’re still fighting till this day when it comes to equality for creators,” said ROBIII. “It’s just one of those things where I can’t let that cripple me or my creativity.”
“At the end of the day, we just want to have fun. It’s not fair that our content is getting limited views and getting stolen from people who are monetizing from it,” said ROBIII.
ROBIII shared that he has a girlfriend. “I keep her private,” said ROBIII.
“We went to high school together, and we just rekindled. We kicked it off, and it’s been great,” said ROBIII.
“How do you feel about content houses?” asked Ferrari.
“Content houses are when a group of people live together and make content. It was good, it was great. It’s just living with people,” said ROBIII.
ROBIII shared that he kept his own space despite participating in the Content House.
“You ever considered Stand up comedy?” asked Ferrari.
“I tried it one time, I just didn’t like it.” said ROBIII.
ROBIII shared that he had just dropped a movie. “It’s a thriller called Knock. I’m probably going tout it on Tubi,” said ROBIII.