June 28, 2021

What’s Poppin’ con-gregation? This week, Jenny Yang joins us to discuss the story, Action Park, an amusement and water park that was extremely dangerous and the home to a series of money laundering schemes, shady money and scams. Plus, a man is accused of stealing expensive caviar meant for research for lunch among co-workers. Stay Schemin’!

June 21, 2021

What’s Poppin’ con-gregation. This week, Monique Heart helps us break down the real life story that inspired the hit 2019 film Hustlers starring Jennifer Lopez and Constance Wu. Plus, a Florida man faces 104 felony counts after allegedly using 28 people’s personal information to purchase expensive items in area stores.

May 31, 2021

What’s poppin, con-gregation? Tracie Morrissey joins us to discuss a man caught defrauding 35 of his “girlfriends” in Japan. Also, a former senior advisor in the federal government is accused of stealing from New York City public schools. Stay schemin!

Research by Sharilyn Vera. 






May 24, 2021

What’s poppin, con-gregation? Yvonne Orji joins us to discuss the Aretha Franklin impostor who found herself performing as the Quasi Queen of Soul. Plus, a woman is finally arrested after twenty-two attempts to sneak on flights. Stay schemin!

Research by Sharilyn Vera. 





May 17, 2021

What’s poppin, con-gregation? Alaska Thunderfuck joins us to discuss a Victorian era beauty influencer who peddled deadly beauty products. Plus, a bride and groom plan a wedding at a venue they don’t own or rent because the Lord said so. Stay schemin!

Research by Sharilyn Vera. 





May 3, 2021

It’s a feed drop Con-gregation! Check out a new Team Coco podcast called May I Elaborate: Daily Wisdom from JB Smoove. Every morning, JB breaks down an inspirational quote, like only he can, to help you achieve your highest potential.  Plus, he’s not even asking for money! So, enjoy the show and Stay Schemin!

April 26, 2021

April 13, 2021

What’s poppin, con-gregation?  Brandon Kyle Goodman joins the show to discuss an attorney who went from defending drug possession cases to conning millions from Columbian drug lords.  Plus, a lawsuit claiming Subway’s sandwiches have no tuna or fish! Stay schemin!

Research by Sharilyn Vera. 






Brandon Kyle Goodman’s Photo credit: Luke Fontana