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The Press Club

The Press Club

By The Press Club
Join Alexis and her guests as she discusses life, love, music and everything in between. Navigating life, giving social commentary and scintillating gossip.
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I always go for dates because I can't afford N22,500 Tomahawk Steak
WELCOME BACK TO THE FUCKING PRESS CLUB!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It's a new era here so we're talking:  relationships , sabotage,  #ENDSARS  and we even dive into mental health?  Y'ALL EAT GEWDDDDDDDDD
December 14, 2020
“You are thin and light skin, you can be the bedwench for the 1%”
I spent the week watching Succession and I made this episode partly admiring, getting confused by and downright hating rich people. I oddly enough get into economics, distribution of wealth, taxation and hating all my rich friends. Connect with the podcast on twitter and Instagram at @wethepressclub , cheers 🎉
July 17, 2020
Episode 5
An update on day to day life in the Coronavirus lockdown in Lagos,Nigeria.
May 18, 2020
I want guys to message me so that I can ignore them and feel better about myself
The Press Club discusses the global pandemic, Not getting texted by toxic exes during the lockdown and gives tips (that you've heard a million times) about why it's important to stay safe during this period.
March 27, 2020
1-800-Dial-A-Hoe, Alexis will pick up!
On this episode, Alexis and special guest talk about heartbreak, slightly segue into the "loss" of virginities and how best to get over a man! Give it a listen, share and subscribe! Keep the conversation going and follow us on all our socials @wethepressclub
March 9, 2020
Your Nigerian parent is wicked? Be wickeder!
The Press Club and our special guest wander into the heart of Lagos market where we end up recording a episode on Nigerian parents and their wickedness. While I'm a strong advocate of pushing your parents with arthritis, cutting familial times and doing fire for fire, and burying them in an unmarked grave, our guest disagrees. We also briefly discuss the #kekeban and suffering in Lagos. Have a listen!
February 8, 2020
I did not ask you to chase that waterfall o
Want to find out about my erotic okada ride, what I spend most nights doing, chasing waterfalls and the Afghanistan music scene? Then you've come to the right place. Enjoy 🎉
January 14, 2020