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On this episode of Let’s Be Blunt, Montel talks with actress, comedian, writer and producer, Chaunte Wayans. Chaunte shares her battle with alcohol and how cannabis has helped her maintain her sobriety. She is an advocate for LGBTQ rights, mental health and addiction. She grew up in New York surrounded by her talented uncles Keenan, Damon, Marlon & Shawn Wayans. She studied filmmaking at UCLA and got her start in entertainment behind the scenes before transitioning to a role in front of the camera. She is currently in production on a comedy series titled Unconventional, headlining her House Arrest National Comedy tour and is the co-host of the Menace II Sobreity podcast.

 

 

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