Rip Micheals Talks Spam On New Cooking Podcast "Eating While Broke With Coline Witt" From Black Effect Podcast Network

Rip Micheals Talks Spam On New Cooking Podcast “Eating While Broke With Coline Witt” From Black Effect Podcast Network

From Charlamagne Tha God and iHeartMedia's Black Effect Podcast Network comes a new original podcast hosted by serial entrepreneur and founder of Nick Cannon's Celebrity High Magazine, Coline Witt.

"Eating While Broke with Coline Witt" challenges self-made celebrities, entrepreneurs and influencers to recreate the meals they made and ate when they were struggling and broke.

The weekly podcast premiered today, January 20th, featuring comedian Rip Micheals.

On episode 1, "Rip Micheals – Canned Meat Saves Money", Rip Micheals spills the tea over a can of spam. You will hear how he whips up an affordable dish while discussing his road from homelessness, being a father, to "Wild N Out", and the creation of the "Wild N Out" tour! Rip goes into detail about how he leveraged his debt to create a never before seen sold-out tour.

This real, relatable, and unique interview format podcast allows the audience to journey through guests' inspirational and often humorous tales of success, failure and perseverance on their way to finally "making it". The first season interviews and topics will include: Social media creative juggernaut and Zeus network founder DeStorm discussing the rise and fall of social media network Vine over syrup sandwiches; platinum selling recording artist Kid Ink talking success and the different "Mama I made it milestones" with "pizza toast"; and MTV star Chanel West Coast sharing how she became a celebrity while folding t-shirts at her day job over a cheese quesadilla. Additional show guests include platinum recording artist Sevyn Streeter, "Wild N' Out's" DJ DWreck, comedian Timothy "DeLaGhetto" Chantarangsu, and more.

About Coline Witt
Coline Witt, the creator, executive producer and on-air host of "Eating While Broke", was born in Brooklyn, New York and raised in a biracial family of artists. At 20, she began working with delinquent teens, which led to her creation of Celebrity High (CH), a glossy monthly magazine written for and by teens, and distributed directly on school grounds in the L.A. market. She is now the founder of Famous Failures Productions and its first entertainment offering, "Eating While Broke", a video/audio podcast telling the rags-to-riches stories of famous people and how they got to where they are over a meal they once ate when they were broke.

The podcast will also be available in video format on YouTube, with new audio episodes airing every Thursday on iHeartRadio and everywhere podcasts are available.