The GFY Show featuring Pearl Davis and Brittany Renner

Sports media’s biggest disruptors are launching a new show. Cam’ron and Mase, the hip-hop icons turned hosts of the It Is What It Is podcast for Underdog Fantasy Sports, are expanding their network with a new women’s sports show featuring a colorful cast that includes a reality television star, a former ESPN and CBS host, and a controversial YouTuber.

Bloomberg’s Randall Williams reported Wednesday that the new show, reportedly called The Go F*** Yourself Show, already has its own Instagram page and will feature Basketball Wives LA star and influencer Brittany Renner, former UNLV athlete turned influencer Dylan Gonzalez, former ESPN producer and talent Terrika Foster-Brasby, and Pearl Davis, the viral internet commentator who compares herself to Ben Shapiro and Andrew Tate.

The Instagram account confirms

The new women’s sports podcast would join The Mark Jackson Show and Check Out the Stat from Treasure Wilson on the It Is What It Is network.

The cast is certainly well-known and influential in the broader sports world, with a much bigger group of hosts than the network has used before. Basketball will likely be the focus, with Gonzalez, Renner and Foster-Brasby all bringing experience around the NBA and WNBA.

Davis is the more interesting hire. The firebrand content creator once was blasted by Piers Morgan over an antisemitic song she uploaded to YouTube that appeared to feature a defense of Adolf Hitler. She later deleted the video.

Davis also previously said that “I think women are happier when we have family and kids over a career in the long run,” in an interview that featured an argument on behalf of women enlisting for selective service and against women having the freedom to file for divorce.

That’s certainly an odd fit for a show covering professional women’s athletes, even among a cast with varied backgrounds and perspectives.

[Randall Williams on X]

About Brendon Kleen

Brendon is a Media Commentary staff writer at Awful Announcing. He has also covered basketball and sports business at Front Office Sports, SB Nation, Uproxx and more.