Friday night, the game show—Battle of the Sexes made its way to Lowe’s Café to give St. Louis a live preview of the show that originated in Atlanta. The show was created by Tashara Earl of Fusion Entertainment Management (FEM), along with Chemistry 360.
Originally from St. Louis, Earl decided to bring the show to St. Louis after she received a huge amount of engagement from her social media followers. Along with Earl, host David Morgan of Luhv2Live also appeared to ensure fans would get a true taste of the show.
The concept of the game is to go head to head with the opposite sex on a controversial relationship topics and issues. Since everyone loves a good card game and turn up, before the actual game show started, guests played some Uno, Taboo, and other games, before continuing the night with drinks and a little misbehaving.
Once the show began, it was broken down into rounds. The first round was an agree or disagree game that spark real life questions and scenarios. Various scenarios surrounding marriage, child support and rearing, along with many other relationship topics captivated the audience as excitement and competitiveness filled the room.
It was nice hearing each sides point of view. In some of those questions, each sex agreed or disagree on the same question but ever had their different reason.
Another game that was placed was called “Bullshit or Believable.” The purpose of this games was for game contestants to shout out a statement—that would either be believable or not. For instance, “Black women who are in a relationship with a white man are less likely to get cheated on.”
More controversial statements from the crowd were shouted, and in the end were backed up by statistics that the host David read upon.
As the crowd became more engaged, it was apparent there needs to be more positive, open conversation events like this to chime in on the common topics and look at certain situations from a different mine set.
Show creator Earl felt the engagement was so dope and she was ecstatic that the audience here in St. Louis loved it.
If David and Tashara hold another event like this here in St. Louis, would you attend? Comment your thoughts below!
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