On the duo’s most recent episode, Mc Sweeney dished about a bad experience on Raya, a dating app frequently used by celebrities. I don’t even know why I entertain this, but I have to say Michael Che is so arrogant and so rude and disrespectful that I cannot believe that someone—and you know, you’re like a D-list celebrity to me, whatever, that’s why I don’t even care that I’m saying his name. You don’t know me, you don’t know nothing about me, you don’t know we have mad friends in common and like, you’re going to treat me like some stupid bitch? I just can’t deal.” She had more to say, but we’re sure you get the point.
In Tuesday’s podcast, the 34-year-old revealed she had connected with “I met a comedian. I’m not like blowing up Jay Z’s spot; or like fucking Tom Cruise or some shit. We admit the experience does sound awful, but it apparently didn’t go down exactly like Mc Sweeney said. She also said that the reason she discussed the conversation on her podcast was not because she felt rejected by Che.
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While talking with The Insider, he let it be known that dating is NOT something he feels his little ones are going to need to engage in anytime soon: The Los Angeles Lakers star sat down with the The Insider’s Michael Yo and revealed that — like most parents — he’s scared for his 12-year-old daughter, Natalia, to enter her teenage years.
About a year and a half ago, Jo Koy and Josh Wolf told me I really needed to try standup.
I had never even thought about it before that point." Jo made Michael look at his life in a way he'd never thought of before. Being biracial as half Black half Asian, I've had a uniquely relatable and American experience in life.