Welcome back to the world of JASMINE “JAZZ” WATERS, a nineteen-year-old business major who is the most popular girl on campus and the creator of the Strandz app. Next up is JUANITA “NITA” SANTOS, an eighteen-year-old English major who is the youngest of the Strandz Crew and last but not least is KENDRA CAMPBELL, a nineteen-year-old business major from Chicago who is secretly jealous of Jazz.
In this episode, of course, Kendra and Jazz started out really close but now this business is slowly killing their bond. Would you give up your business partnership to save your friendship?
We don’t have to do this. Jazz, listening to rumors has never done anybody any good. Kendra, you should have given Jazz more time to prepare for the party. Rome wasn’t built in a day.
Rome wasn’t built in a day? Nita, you sound so crazy!
Are you listening to me?
Yeah, I only agreed to go to this party because of Jazz. This can be a perfect networking opportunity.
I’m sorry for freaking out ya’ll.
See, we have to keep communicating with each other. We’re business partners and we’re friends, getting everything out in the open is very important.
Nita, your after school special lines have got to stop!
I’m just trying to help! We have to kiss and make up because bad attitudes equals bad business. Now, we have a customer coming in three minutes.
She’s right. Thanks Nita.
If Jazz were a raging bull Nita would be her tranquilizer. You see Nita makes sure that Jazz doesn’t break any windshields or noses in the process of making a name for myself on Herc Malcolm’s campus.
Creator/Executive Producer – Joi Mitchell
Writer – Karmelina Moore
Jasmine voiced by Lyric McCord
Kendra voiced by – Kaitlyn Nealon
Juanita “Nita” voiced by – Antares Davinci
Smoke voiced by – Devin Ward
Jeremy voiced by – Jalen Harris
Narrator – Joi Mitchell
Sound Design by – Mystery Street Recording
Music/SFX – Epidemic Sound
Tales Of The Text Podcast is produced with support from PRX and the Google Podcasts creator program.
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