The Worst Guys are talking about all things fashion, style and looking fresh. They’re joined by Lee Sebolao, a fashion designer and freelance stylist who has worked for various production companies doing wardrobe, and recently styled artists such as Amanda Black, Emtee, Sjava and more. Tshego Sebolao, a freelance make-up artist and event planner also joins the show. She and her twin sister registered their events company Pop Sanity in 2010 and have been pushing ever since.

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The guys discuss whether or not millennials are too conscious and too sensitive to the happenings of the world and the way society is built. Many believe that the new generation is soft and does not understand the harsh realities that the world has to offer. Is this true or is this new way of viewing things a pathway to a better world? Are we pushing against the tide?

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What happens to us after we die? This is a question that everybody has asked before, and although we can never know the answer, we take a look into what people believe happens after we die, the possibility of reincarnation, and if the afterlife is the driving force behind the life people live on Earth. Some people believe in heaven, others believe that we go back to what it was like before we were born. Which would you prefer?

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Trump is the President of America… that is the topic on everyone’s lips. If he can become the the leader of the free world, anybody can. Kanye West might actually have a chance in 2020, which #TheWorstGuys obviously love. They also chat about the strange fetishes that people have, and are joined by rapper AJ Apple, who talks about his adventures in the hip-hop industry.

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The guys chat about the male contraceptive pill, and how the trials have been halted because of side-effects that have been experiences in a few males, which women have been encountering since the pill was invented. They also discuss whether or not a man should be willing to take the surname of the woman.

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With the emergence of popular TV shows such as Luke Cage, Atlanta, and Power, the guys take a look at black people in television and what shows like these are doing for the black consciousness movement. These shows are some of the first of their kind where the writers of the shows are predominantly black, as well as the cast. What does art reflect about our society? In the news they discuss South Africa’s exit from the International Criminal Court, as well as the deaths of students and what that means for the #FeesMustFall protests.

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The guys continue the discussion on the #MenAreTrash trend. They dive even further into this phenomenon by figuring out why nice guys finish last. Women want “a good guy” but often find themselves putting that very same guy in the ‘Friend Zone’. What is it about the bad boy that appeals to women?

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We discuss the recent phenomena striking the Twitter streets. Apparently #MenAreTrash. Men have been called out by many on social media as being trash whennit comes to how they treat women, infidelity and rape culture. In response men claim that women are just as trash. Is one side better than the other or all we all the same with different motives.

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When we were children we played freely and interacted joyfully with all people including strangers. But at some point everything becomes sinister. Where is that point? For the most part, as adults we treat strangers we meet with fear and cinicisim. Has the world turned us sour? We prefer to be be alone attached to our phones yet social anxiety has most by the balls. How do we go back to just being, happy?

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With the continued student protests, the guys speak about police intervention in our society. The police are meant to make us feel safe, yet many would disagree that this is the outcome of their presence. When it comes to social unrest, they more often than not tend to escalate the situation rather than calm it down and bring peace. Police are supposed to be the people we trust, but we often feel uncomfortable in their presence, even in our day to day lives. It’s a riot in studio as special guest Luthuli Dlamini gives his views on the #FeesMustFall protests and police intervention. Above and beyond that, they speak about the current influence of the youth in our society. TUT hosts a talent contest to prove that as the youth, we have so much to offer other than civil unrest. Hear it from our youths in studio – Mr P who hosts the Mr & Miss TUT, as well as Brenda who is a current student at the university.

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