A podcast for her fans/disciples
I think Abbie is an exceptional woman who has truly earned her platform. Certain podcast episodes I have really enjoyed, particularly those where she interviews guests (eg Brooke Blurton and Peach PRC). However, I’m not a regular listener for one key reason: the dynamic she has with her producers. What I’m referring to is the way that Abbie will preach/rant about an issue and then Lem and Oscar will fawn after her and typically always agree with her. It feels like her producers are her “fans”/“disciples” rather than equal parties with their unique opinions. I wonder if it’s the way Abbie is typically quite dogged in the way she presents her opinions, which means producers don’t present alternative views the entire time?
benditlikebecca26 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 11/07/22
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I love Abbie and follow her on all he platforms, although I’m not loving her podcast... Her interviews are great, but her solo eps feel so “thrown together” and almost messy. I still love everything she stands for! She just needs to possibly take onboard the feedback. I’ll still keep listening...Read full review »
Anna Loveridge via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/26/20
It’s refreshing to be reminded that social media stars are still everyday humans that have faced good & bad times. Love the honest (and sometimes chaotic) conversations about some big issues.
teshhhh28 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 03/18/20
So refreshing to hear regular everyday women talking about their experiences! Absolutely love it
aussieisabella via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 03/10/20
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