America’s favorite virtual BFF and Catfish host (sorry, Nev) has set her sights on the podcasting world. Kamie Crawford hosts “Relationsh*t with Kamie Crawford,” a Dear Media podcast that’s talking about the good, the bad, and the downright sh*t. Along with amazing guests who truly aren’t afraid of plunging (toilet jokes) straight into the sh*t of it all, “Relationsh*t with Kamie Crawford” is shaping up to be our number one.
“Relationsh*t” kicked off in September of this year and we have been blessed with the 15 episodes Crawford has gifted us so far. Episodes sit at a pretty 50 minutes each and can be listened to in any order, so dive in to whatever episode catches your fancy!
Crawford’s podcast is not just about the things that get drudged up while dating; it’s about relationships with coworkers, family members, friends, and yourself. Listen to content creator Achieng Agutu talk about loving yourself, TikToker Drew Afualo on how to spot players and why you should stop ignoring the warning signs, and astrologer Tamerri Ater-Ntonni on compatibility. She answers burning (in the good way) questions with sexologist Shan Boodram and speaks about those horrible friendship breakups with Meghan Rienks.
Hear former Bachelor star Nick Viall talk about ultimatums, from when it’s okay to give one, when it’s inappropriate, and when it’s just time to get out of there. Crawford answers listener questions from her hotline (which you yourself can call), which range from completely wild, uber-specific questions to questions that we have, too.
Or, if you’re ready for some drama, listen to former Bachelorette star Hannah Brown talk about her new book God Bless This Mess. Brown talks about righting wrongs and picking yourself back up, especially after her very rough season with manipulative men, cheating men, and men who went on to be the Bachelor but also said they would quit the show for her. It’s been in the news, so take a quick Google break. But, truly, if anyone is an expert on putting yourself back together after a bad breakup (or two, or three), it’s Brown.
Also, check out the “Relationsh*t with Kamie Crawford” episode with Dom Roberts, host of “The Uncomfortable Podcast,” where the two discuss how to talk about social issues with family members. They give advice on how to make the conversations about race with your family just a bit more bearable.
Crawford is hilarious, genuine, and, frankly, gives the tough-love we all need to hear sometimes. She is having intelligent conversations with interesting people and giving us intense big-sister vibes. “Relationsh*t with Kamie Crawford” is quickly moving up the podcast charts, so be sure to hop on the bandwagon before it’s full!