Big Bank & DJ Scream are back for Episode 9 of Big Facts! They begin by discussing the after-effects of Superbowl Weekend in Miami and how to re-up before the upcoming NBA All-Star Weekend in Chicago. Bank advises that men should stop thinking that they are popping or successful in life because they are able to get females that rappers like. He drives the point home that getting women and getting money are two different levels of success.
Bank drops game for the ladies on how to quickly lose respect from a man. You cannot begin a relationship with a new man by openly cheating on your old man because no man will respect a woman that he knows to be a straight-faced liar. He advises women to play “green” and come into a new relationship with a clean slate, even if that means moving to another city where your reputation is in good standing. When asked what a woman can do to increase her value, Bank says not to be seen out everywhere and in everybody’s face. They begin to touch on the difference between women cheating and men cheating, undercover pros, & more.
Next, Shekinah stops by to join the conversation and immediately takes the conversation from 0 to 1000. Shekinah talks about her expectations in a relationship, why she refuses to cook and clean, and more. She discusses disappointments, enjoying life as a single successful woman, and why self-love matters most. She touches on down low men, and how the statistics of more women than men affects fidelity and an unfair playing field. They talk about open relationships, double standards, & more.
Shekinah talks about valuable life lessons learned regarding death and transition. She talks about the feeling of visiting a funeral home and seeing dozens of dead black boys from violence. She talks about operating from a place of love and spreading love. She also shuns people for thinking that anyones success comes overnight. She gives examples of her grind to the top as well as Future, who she and Bank witnessed get it out the mud with an extraordinary belief in self and work ethic. She touches on not being afraid to cut negative people off in life and how sometimes those we try to help want dont have the right heart and instead try to compete.
Shekinah talks about her 2020 moves, including the revamp of her product line, being cast on Love and Hip Hop Atlanta, her YouTube channel, The Shekinah Jo Show, where she interviews and helps to solve the problems of regular people, being more still, meditating, & more.
Bank & Shekinah reminisce on her vision from way back in the day on their come up, when she would encourage Bank to be a beacon of the people, unite rivals, and unify hoods. She encourages us to get back to love and spread love. She says when dealing with hate, now she doesnt even feed into negativity because she’s so focused on progess that she won’t be thrown off track. They talk about domestic violence, and the importance of parents to love their children so that they dont grow up broken and dysfunctional, perpetuating and not breaking generational curses.