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Keisha called in for WOTR today to talk about her new boyfriend, Troy who started acting a bit weird after a trip they got planned had a flight cancel. Things started to get weird after that and Keisha wanted to get to the bottom of it.
We were in disbelief with some of the stuff this guy was saying! He came home after a night out and came home and suspected his girlfriend cheating.
Becca called into the show today because she's caught her boyfriend blatantly cheating. He was posting Instagram Stories of him with another girl and she actually went to his house to see what she described as the ugliest Fiat she's ever seen
Love this show but JohnJay & Rush is so much better because of these two things; more
Falen you get 5 stars from me, I love your opinions and views, your cohost? Is a misogynistic boy who lacks common sense. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve unfollowed and followed again, but every time I come back? Dave says something that just makes my brain HURT because it makes NO sense to think the way he does sometimes. Ignorance is bliss? Stop acting like you’re anything less than someone who low key looks down on women.
I love war of the roses but I wish they would let us hear what happens after the person says who they are giving roses to! That is the best part! I’m over hearing the attorney talk every episode and not getting closure on what was said after the roses were given
I love this morning show! I love learning about the couples and listening to cheaters get caught. My only complaint is the attorney and people who call in with their opinions. I usually fast forward that as I only want to listen to the couple
Falen is not the brightest person on the radio. Her IQ lowers with each word that comes out of her mouth.
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Dave Ryan's War of the Roses launched 5 years ago and published 266 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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