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    Wiz Khalifa Gets Real: A Candid Conversation with Bobbi Althoff (Exclusive!)

    Are you looking for a podcast that will make you laugh, think, and learn something new? Look no further than “The Good Podcast.” It is hosted by Bobbi Althoff, the hilarious and insightful comedian and podcaster. In her latest episode, she had the pleasure of interviewing Wiz Khalifa, the rap superstar and cannabis entrepreneur. She also interviewed Claressa Shields, the undisputed women’s boxing champion. The result was a viral sensation, with fans and critics raving about the trio’s chemistry, humor, and honesty.

    The Comedy

    One of the highlights of the interview was the iconic “working for my son” exchange, where Wiz Khalifa talked about his son, whom he shares with his ex-wife Amber Rose, and how he works for him. Here’s how it went down:

    Wiz: I work for my son. He’s the boss of me.

    Bobbi: What do you mean you work for your son? Do you pay him a salary? Do you give him a percentage of your income?

    Wiz: No, I mean I work to provide for him and to inspire him. He’s my motivation.

    Bobbi: Oh, so you work for yourself.

    Wiz: No, I work for him.

    Bobbi: But he doesn’t pay you.

    Wiz: He pays me with love.

    Bobbi: That’s not how it works, Wiz. You can’t pay your bills with love. You need money.

    Wiz: I have money.

    Bobbi: Then why do you work for your son?

    Wiz: Because I love him.

    Bobbi: But he doesn’t pay you.

    Wiz: He pays me with love.

    Bobbi: Okay, I see what you’re doing. You’re trying to confuse me with your circular logic. Well, it’s not working, Wiz. I’m on to you.

    Wiz: I’m not trying to confuse you. I’m just telling you the truth.

    Bobbi: The truth is you work for yourself, and you love your son. That’s it.

    Wiz: No, the truth is I work for my son, and I love myself. That’s it.

    Bobbi: Okay, you win. You work for your son. Happy?

    Wiz: Very.

    The conversation was awkward yet funny, and even Claressa Shields, who was sitting next to Wiz, couldn’t help but laugh at the playful banter between the rapper and the podcaster. The overall vibe of the interview was lighthearted, active, and surprisingly honest as the guests opened up about their personal and professional lives.

    The Headlines

    Besides making jokes, Wiz Khalifa also shared some exciting news about his upcoming album, which he said will feature collaborations with Snoop Dogg, Ty Dolla $ign, and Megan Thee Stallion. He said the album would combine different styles and genres and showcase his versatility and growth as an artist. He also hinted at possible surprises and special guests but didn’t reveal any names.

    Bobbi Althoff also had a great time interviewing Claressa Shields, the boxing champion who was also a guest on the show. She praised Shields for her confidence, skills, and charisma and asked her about her journey, challenges, and goals in the sport. Shields revealed some untold stories and insights, such as how she started boxing at the age of 11, how she overcame poverty and abuse and became the first American boxer to win two Olympic gold medals. She also discussed her plans to make history by becoming the first woman to hold all four major titles in two weight classes.

    The Cannabis

    Another topic that Wiz Khalifa and Bobbi Althoff discussed was the cannabis industry and how Wiz Khalifa is involved in it. He talked about his brand and products, such as Khalifa Kush, a strain of marijuana that he created and named after himself, and his partnership with Supreme Cannabis. This Canadian company produces and distributes its products globally. He also shared some of his tips and tricks for enjoying marijuana responsibly and creatively, such as how to roll a perfect joint, how to make edibles, and how to pair weed with music and food.

    Bobbi Althoff was curious and intrigued by Wiz Khalifa’s passion and knowledge about cannabis and asked him some questions about the benefits, risks, and myths of the plant. Wiz Khalifa stated that marijuana can be used to treat various medical conditions, such as chronic pain, anxiety, and insomnia. He cautioned that it may cause side effects like dry mouth, red eyes, and paranoia. He also debunked some common misconceptions about cannabis, such as that it makes you lazy, stupid, or violent, and said that it depends on the person, the dose, and the strain.

    The Comedy

    Finally, Bobbi Althoff also shared her perspective on the current state of comedy and how she tries to balance humor and sensitivity in her podcast. She said that she believes comedy is a powerful tool to make people laugh, think, and connect, but also a risky one that can offend, hurt, and alienate. She said she tries to be respectful and mindful of her audience, guests, and topics and not censor herself or compromise her vision. She said that she draws inspiration and influence from some of the best comedians in the industry, such as Dave Chappelle, Tina Fey, and Ricky Gervais, and that she hopes to follow in their footsteps and make a positive impact with her comedy.

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