REAL Housewives of New York City alum Bethenny Frankel launched a new “unfiltered” podcast.
She said she will likely say “something inappropriate” on the show, entitled Just B with Bethenny Frankel.
Bethenny posted on Instagram: “THIS JUST IN: The B is BACK and I am going to #MENTIONITALL on my new PODCAST coming soon…
“#JUSTBwithBethennyFrankel will be an unfiltered, polarizing conversation with self-made moguls who have started from the bottom and are here.
“These fearless game changers will engage in interesting conversations about the unconventional journey to success.”
She added her upcoming guests will include entrepreneur Mark Cuban, newly named Netflix CMO Bozoma Saint John, entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuck, UFC President Dana White and Visa’s North America Marketing VP Mary Anne Reilly.
She went on: “We are in a moment in time where people are afraid to express themselves and only present filtered or watered-down versions of the truth. If this is what you’re interested in, then this podcast is NOT for you.
“I’m sure I’ll get into some trouble. I may say something inappropriate or politically incorrect, but I am always open to being educated.
“This will be an honest place for a real conversation. If you can’t handle the truth, you can’t handle this podcast.”
The exciting announcement is a far cry from Bethenny’s recent emotional Instagram story in which the former Bravolebrity was mourning the state of the world.
She cried: “I had to be in the city and it’s not the city.
“It’s not the same city. What’s going on in this world is just beyond anything we can even imagine.”
She went on: “I just don’t want this world for my daughter and I’m so upset.
“It’s just terrible, the hate in this world is so terrible, that I’m paralyzed. Speechless, paralyzed.”
The former Bravolebrity ended abruptly: “I’m just so sad and so sorry.”
During the pandemic, she and her daughter Brynn stayed apart from her boyfriend Paul Bernon.
The ex-housewife has also worked hard to help first responders during the coronavirus pandemic.
She explained in an interview: “I’m putting my money where my mouth is because my money’s already going to the masks and the hand sanitizer right now.
“That’s where [I’m at], I’ve got to write these checks because, as the former director of FEMA said, we can’t wait to get the money. We have to pay for these things and figure it out later, so I’m paying for these things and figuring it out later.”
Bethenny’s B. Strong organization also made and distributed “corona kits” filled with medical supplies, including face masks, hand sanitizer and wipes.
Bethenny is also working on a new show called The Big Shot with Bethenny, a competition reality series for aspiring entrepreneurs.
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