NeNe Leakes, Egypt Sherrod and More on Our World with Black Enterprise

Hosts Paul Brunson and Patricia Cesaire get insights from today's leading entrepreneurs

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In this weekend’s brand new episode of Our World, reality TV personality turned Broadway superstar NeNe Leakes is in the hot seat for our All Access segment to discuss her career transition from Real Housewives of Atlanta to her Broadway debut as “Madam” in Cinderella.

Then, in our Entrepreneur of the Week segment, viewers learn about Adenah Bayoh, who after escaping a Civil War in Liberia grew a multi-million dollar business and became the youngest person to own an IHOP franchise. Also, tune in for our exclusive interview with Egypt Sherrod who talks about her career transition from being one of the leading voices in radio to now being a real estate maven and host of HGTV’s Property Virgins. Lastly, in an all new Slice of Life segment, Our World profiles Howard University Middle School of Mathematics and Sciences and speaks with the school’s executive director, Yohance Maqubella, about the work they do with students who have a strong interest in STEM.

Catch a new episode of Our World every weekend, on Saturdays via your local stations (check listings), and Sundays at 10:00 a.m. EST on TV One.

2 Responses to NeNe Leakes, Egypt Sherrod and More on Our World with Black Enterprise

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  2. Tyra says:

    I just watched the interview with NeNe Leakes. Please do better BE. There are so many authentic, inspirational, and admirable people within our community to interview and to glean from. I can not understand why one second was given to Mrs. Leakes. All that I was able to take away from that segment was how to be ratchet without getting physical. According to her, the Housewives franchise stopped being something for young women to aspire to when there became less “shading” and more physical fights. This is what BE has been reduced to? I gave this a fair chance. I am so disappointed. Get back to the basics.

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