Combining sass with class, Tracey Ashley tackles food fantasies, inappropriate relatives and interracial marriages.
Fierce, funny and fabulous, the fiery drag queen lights up the stage with quips about TSA pat-downs, political "gangstas" and parenthood.
From wild childhood anecdotes to the #MeToo movement, the fiery comic shares sharp commentary on social ills and hilarious lessons from the hood.
Hailing straight from Compton, Marlo Williams doesn't spare any details while serving up big laughs about armpit hair, "ghetto" sex and the stink test.
April Macie turns her rough upbringing into explicit gags that span dysfunctional family drama to a history lesson on the first vibrator.
Last name aside, Chaunté holds her own with punchlines inspired by her personal stories about dating women, working at Postmates and going to jail.