A Podcast In Review — The Statues Podcast

I took a few days to listen to the podcast and get to know the Host and Co-Host. They seem to really understand each other and that is key when having this type of podcast. My understanding of the format is “complete transparency” skipping the BS and getting down to the feelings and realness of whatever topic they choose. With that said I really love it when I have the opportunity to discover something new, something fresh, and that is exactly what I discovered in this podcast.

So I was just kind of listening in to The Statues Podcast and I was like wow this is real. Real conversation, just going straight to it and being open as you can possibly be about themselves.

I’m Yaya Diamond and I give them two thumbs up because man oh man they are transparent on this show. I mean literally straight-up transparent. You want to know the real deal. Do you want to hear it? What people think, how people are thinking, you tune into The Statues Podcast.

Comcast TV host, iHeart Radio show host, podcaster, TV show host, and Entertainer Yaya Diamond. She is an expert interviewer and host for over 10 years.

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Comcast TV host, iHeart Radio show host, podcaster, TV show host, and Entertainer Yaya Diamond. She is an expert interviewer and host for over 10 years.

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