Taji has always been aware of the fact that this hosting gig kind of just landed on his lap. After two seasons of One Star Reviews, he’s curious to see what else is out there for him in the entertainment space. So, for the last time this season, Taji pulled up Yelp to search for a talent agency.
Instead he found an “Un-Agency”, a group that says they cater to the people that most agencies ignore.
This is one of the most scathingly reviewed business we have dealt with in One Star history. Their reputation goes beyond Yelp: they have a D- rating on the Better Business Bureau, with 90 complaints, and Glassdoor where alleged former employees have also written negative reviews.
On top of this, many disgruntled members of the Un-Agency have taken to YouTube to vent their frustrations and leave video reviews. Many of them are accusing the Un-Agency of scamming them.
So, armed with a credit card, some free time, an open mind, and three looks, Taji goes off to take a shot at fame!
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