The 2Biggs Podcast keeps the comedy in cultural commentary. Bizzare takes. Big laughs. Big time lessons to learn. Willie Colon and Brandon Newman combine to create the Spike Lee Joint of Barstool Sports Podcasts. Featuring some of the culture's most influential people, the 2Biggs Podcast wants to highlight minorities and our beautiful, bold stories.
Top 10 2Biggs Episodes
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07/01/20 • 80 min
This week on 2Biggs, Willie and Brandon are joined by Trill Withers, Zah, Ebony, Liz Gonzales, and the 20 Dollar Chef to address Barstool's latest controversy, Dave Portnoy's use of the N-word and his racist comments regarding Colin Kaepernick and his protest in 2016. "Can you make a racist comment and not be racist?" Willie Colon breaks down his one-on-one conversation with El Presidente and explains why he told WIllie that he will not apologize for his racist remarks in the past.
06/16/20 • 127 min
This week on 2Biggs, Willie and Brandon explain why Roger Goodell needs to publicly apologize to Colin Kaepernick. Then they give their takes on Candace Owens, the new black Bachelor, and the #AllLivesMatter people in their comments. “It is about time... that was a symbol that was very offensive to me and I was never comfortable around it.” Bill Lester joins us to talk about how the confederate flag always made him feel alienated as a black NASCAR driver. Lester, the first black driver to win a Grand-Am, also talks about why he’s so proud of Bubba Wallace’s 11th place finish in Martinsville and what his success means for the future of NASCAR.
06/02/20 • 94 min
This week on 2Biggs, Willie and Brandon mourn the murder of George Floyd and other black Americans who have died by the hands of systemic racism. "Why is it that anytime we need justice, we can't find it." - Michael Blake. Bronx native and former Obama White House aide joins the show to tell us how we separate prejudice from racism.
05/18/20 • 66 min
This week on the 2Biggs Podcast we resurrect a legend at Barstool Sports. Maurice Peebles, aka Mo, aka the Jackie Robinson of Barstool Sports, joins us to talk about the highs and lows of being Barstool’s first black employee. “The initial wave for me was like, alright, you either have to grow really thick skin or get another job. And I wanted to stick it out” (04:23). Mo talks about how difficult it was avoiding negativity in the old comment section (10:02), how to write the perfect blog at Barstool, and his first impressions of El Pres, KFC and Big Cat (13:50). Then Willie, Brandon, and Mo compare stories about the black people in their lives and how they see Barstool’s brand (25:14) and getting called the N-word in the comment section (29:44). Willie and Brandon are bringing back Mo’s creation, “Ask A Black Blogger” and they ask Mo what type of questions to expect from Stoolies (38:12). All that and more in an epic interview with the man who blazed the trail for other minorities at Barstool Sports. Laugh. Learn. Enjoy. Subscribe.
Pinky Cole, the owner of Slutty Vegan ATL, stops by the 2Biggs Podcast to talk about how her Hollywood Dreams helped her become a Plant-Based Slut! Before they talk to Pinky, Willie and Brandon face the fact that they're getting too big (04:13) and face the hard truth that a healthy diet is the key to losing weight (12:53). Willie talks through his obsession with french fries (17:22). Then the Slutty Vegan talks about how moving to LA changed her life (26:20), why growing up Rastafarian means growing up vegan (34:30), and being mistaken for Pinky the porn star (38:54). Then she basically calls pork is the devil (41:49) and why success is like mud (48:20). After the interview, Willie and Brandon reveal which meat they're giving up for the rest of May (51:50).
04/28/20 • 76 min
This week Willie and Brandon are joined by WWE Hall of Famer and former Heavyweight Champion Mark Henry. @TheMarkHenry tells us how he earned the title of World's Strongest Man in the middle of his 23-year pro wrestling career (06:52). We find out how Charles Barkley saved Michael Jordan from a "Mark Henry ass-whooping" at the 1992 Olympics (19:49) and how his Grandma was the reason he started wrestling (31:29). Mark Henry also talks about the responsibility that came with being the first black professional wrestler with a guaranteed contract (40:54). Then Mark talks about how being in MacGruber inspired him to take acting more seriously (57:45). After the interview, Brandon and Willie recap their time with the extra-large living legend (70:16). SONG: Three 6 Mafia - Some Bodies Gonna Get It // Stay Fly
04/18/20 • 67 min
This week Willie and Brandon have NBA World Champion and former Duke first-round pick, Dahntay Jones, on the show! This retired 13-year NBA vet defends his addiction to dunking in garbage time(10:00), how he became a crucial part of that one Championship team in Cleveland (20:28), and how LeBron and Ty Lue didn't panic down 3-1 to Kung Fu Draymond Green and the Warriors (29:40). Dahntay also talks about the pain of being drafted the same year Michael Jordan retires (33:47) and how Kobe changed his life as a competitor and a father (36:23). After the interview, Brandon and Willie chop it up about all the shit we didn't say (55:55). SONG: Craig Mack - Flava In Ya Ear.
04/14/20 • 44 min
03:15 - Introducing Ghost Brother Dalen Spratt 05:50 - The Legend of Spike Speilberg 10:45 - Haunted House Guest/Black Ghosts 17:15 - Ghost Hunting Going Global 22:00 - The Old Lady From Savannah 26:47 - What would make Dalen hang up his ghost-hunting cleats? 28:55 - Freaky Ghosts 32:09 - How can I communicate with spirits? 36:24 - "There is something after this." 42:35 - Recap 43:53 - Final Thoughts
09/11/20 • 107 min
This week on 2Biggs, Willie and Brandon are joined by comedian Derek Gaines. Fresh off of his performance in Judd Apatow’s “The King Of Staten Island,” Derek talks about what he learned from rooming with Pete Davidson when they were aspiring standup comedians in 2013. Derek is opening for his friend and former roommate on tour and talks about how Pete Davidson mastered his rise to relevancy. “On top of him being funny, he knew how to be famous... if a girl dated a rapper that was hot, and they broke up, he would try to date that girl.” After over a decade of NYC standup comedy, Derek Gaines talks about still being star-struck by Dave Chappelle, getting big-timed by Chris Rock, and put on game by the late, great Patrice O'Neal. He also starred in the first two seasons of Tracey Morgan’s sitcom “The Last OG” and calls the former SNL star the “Ol Dirty Bastard of standup comedy.” After updating Derek on OBJ’s shit, he talks about being a “cul-de-sac black” growing up, watching porn on-demand, and how his new comedy album “Fuccboi Ground Zero” was inspired by dating randos in the city. Before the interview, Willie and Brandon discuss Dr. Dre’s estranged wife requesting $2,000,000 a month in a divorce settlement and Willie opens up about the prenup he and his wife signed before they got married. Then, with the help of Jetski, 2Biggs demand justice for Odell Beckham Jr and the shitty situation Chief Keef’s BM put him in plus their problems with the drama-filled reboot of The Fresh Prince called “BEL-AIR” coming to HBO Max.
09/04/20 • 103 min
This week on 2Biggs, Willie and Brandon are joined by veteran rapper/radio DJ, Fatman Scoop. From Tupac to Biggie Smalls, to Mariah Carey and Nas, Scoop started his rise in New York City along with these legends during the golden age of hip-hop. The Grammy Award-winning rapper tells us what Tupac and Biggie would be doing socially if they were still with us today. “If Pac was alive now, he wouldn’t even be f*cking with hip-hop ... he would be out there in the streets.” Fatman Scoop tells us how he started his radio career at HOT 97, how important it was for him to pivot when the coronavirus completely stopped his cash flow, and why he could never be jealous of DJ Khaled. Before the interview, Willie and Brandon react to the news of Chadwick Boseman's death and decide what actors they'd like to see carry the Black Panther franchise. They also discuss Will Smith's Fresh Prince of Bel-Air reunion and the ongoing beef between Will and the original Aunt Viv.
How many episodes does 2Biggs have?
2Biggs currently has 18 episodes available.
What topics does 2Biggs cover?
The podcast is about Society & Culture and Podcasts.
What is the most popular episode on 2Biggs?
The episode title 'Barstool N.I.G.G.E.R. (Now It's Gonna Get Extremely Real) feat. The Minority Report' is the most popular.
What is the average episode length on 2Biggs?
The average episode length on 2Biggs is 92 minutes.
How often are episodes of 2Biggs released?
Episodes of 2Biggs are typically released every 7 days, 23 hours.
When was the first episode of 2Biggs?
The first episode of 2Biggs was released on Apr 14, 2020.
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