Zuby, rapper, musician, podcaster and author, stops by during his whirlwind tour of the United States. Son of Nigerian immigrants, he talks about his upbringing in Saudi Arabia and the UK, and the perspective on the world it offered him. He and Bridget cover the role of masculinity in today’s society, why the concept of “thought crimes” is so chilling, the rise of secular religions like “wokism” and climate change activism, and the idea of a moral panic void that must always be filled. They discuss the biggest issue of political polarization: that it shuts down the conversation, how if they were both actually grifters they’d be killin’ it right now, and the importance of having perspective and gratitude. Check out Zuby’s website here.

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  1. Patrick McClure Coolidge

    “Worldwind” tour? Is that like a whirlwind tour?

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    • January 24, 2020, at 10:46 AM PST
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  2. Randy Weivoda Moderator
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    Even when her guest is someone I’ve never heard of, Bridget always makes an interesting show. 

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    • January 31, 2020, at 9:45 PM PST
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  3. LisaEastKy Bethany

    Started following Zuby on Twitter after I heard him on Ben Shapiro’s Sunday Special show last fall. Hadn’t heard of him prior to that. Still haven’t listened to any of his music, but I really appreciate the positive message he’s putting out there on social media. He’s an interesting guy and this was a VERY interesting episode! Thanks, Bridget!

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    • February 15, 2020, at 12:09 PM PST
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