Ahoy comrades! With the end of the heatwave in sight, the 2 Broke Twimbos managed to drag themselves out of the walk-in freezers (that were not working anyway because ZESA) to record a brand new episode of your favourite podcast listed number one in the charts for the genre “While Walking in Anti-sanctions Marches”.
We interrupt your sanctions march preparations and Rolex watch search parties with a brand new episode of the podcast that needs a national day of prayer, 2 Broke Twimbos, recorded last week with UK-based Zimbabwean actor and comedian Munashe Chirisa
Comrades! We must apologize profusely, circumstances beyond our control (sorta) made us miss the last 3 episodes. How can we ever make it up to you?? Chimuti ndechedu, hatisikuda kukuvhundutsai (rough translation: our stick, we don’t want scary) We bring you an episode to make up for it
If radio is the first force in consuming broadcast media, and television is like a second force, well then podcasting is an additional force, a tertiary force, a “third force” if you will, of which 2 Broke Twimbos brings you the latest episode of the only podcast in Zimbabwe that had accreditation at Blue Roof, but decided not to go, featuring rising afro-trap-soul-rap-R&B star Hillzy.
Our brothers and sisters from the motherland, open up your third eyes, decalcify your pineal glands and stay woke for the latest episode of the only podcast in Zimbabwe that goes well with peanut butter. Dan & Phil dish out the truth like hotep apothecaries, revealing what’s going on with the aftermath of Robert Mugabe’s death and more
Greetings to the Great Unwashed and hello to the hoi polloi, a brand new episode of the only podcast you can twerk to, 2 Broke Twimbos, is here, with Kikky Badass and packed to the brim with the exact scientific formulas and high philosophy you have come to expect from them.
Fellow candle-lighters and pedestrians, the 2 Broke Twimbos are back and complete once again in a new episode of the only podcast in Zimbabwe that has the label “Demotivational Speeches". Phil is back in Zimbabwe and the destitute duo delve deep into dialogue
Finally! The 2 Broke Twimbos manage to cajole another hapless celebrity into the studio, with a brand new episode of the only podcast that is able to run on E40 petrol without damaging it’s engine, and this one is with arguably Zimbabwe’s current hottest rapper: Asaph.
“So bad that it’s actually kinda good.” ”Turn that off” and “Whats a podcast?” These are just a few of the most positive reviews inundating 2 Broke Twimbos, and no doubt this latest episode will leave many more similar reactions from people of all walks of life.