Amanda Seales Opens Up To Shannon Sharpe In Latest Club Shay Shay Installment

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The truth-telling comedian and actress, Amanda Seales, isn’t one to back down from speaking her mind. So when she publicly expressed her interest in appearing on Shannon Sharpe’s podcast Club Shay Shay, fans knew that if the moment came, there would be a long list of stories she could tell.

Club Shay Shay isn’t a new show but it blew up at the beginning of the year after a viral interview with Katt Williams who used the platform to call out Steve Harvey, Cedric The Entertainer, and more.


Amanda Seales has stories dating back to the 90s where she worked as a child actor for companies like Disney and Nickelodeon. So even though she’s recently been the subject of a series of public criticism from Black run media outlets, there are a number of things that can come up during this interview. From experiencing racism as a child working in entertainment to being labeled as being too much difficult in the press, claims that she addressed on a recent episode of her podcast, Small Doses [Listen Here].

We’re expecting Seales and Sharpe to go deep into her upbringing and how her mother set a strong foundation for her to build on, how she ended up starring in Issa Rae’s HBO series Insecure and where the conflict on the show began, how she got fired from SiriusXM due to industry politics involving Jay-Z and Pusha T, and getting aired out on the Wendy Williams Show.

Seales may also use this platform to raise awareness about social issues around the world, raising awareness about autism diagnosis, and her commitment to truth and justice around the world. World issues are something Amanda has been unapologetically vocal about on social media despite new policies that limit political content being shared on platforms like Instagram and Facebook.

Amanda Seales has not only worked as an actor on hit TV shows but has also used her talents as a talk show host on The Real, hosting the BET Awards during COVID, and hosted a show on Kevin Hart’s platform.

If you’re not already, make sure you’re following Amanda Seales on her daily podcast, The Amanda Seales Show, or her weekly podcast Small Doses, for more truths, stories, and gems.

Amanda also hosts a syndicated radio show with Reach Media and Radio One that airs on; WRNB 100.3 in Philadelphia, WMMJ Magic 102.3/92.7 in Washington D.C., WQNC 102.5 in Charlotte, WXGI 99.5/102.7 in Richmond Virginia, KBXX 97.9 The Box in Houston, WXMG 95.5 in Columbus Ohio, WWIN 95.9 in Baltimore, WFXC 107.1/104.3 in Raleigh, WAMJ 107.5/97.5 in Atlanta, KZMJ 94.5 in Dallas, WTLC-FM 106.7 in Indianapolis, WZAK 93.1 IN Cleveland, and WOSL 100.3 in Cincinnati.

Listen to Part 1 Below

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