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Yeah, yeah. Hey, everybody, this is Jill Scott, and I am pleased to introduce you to Jadot IL, the podcast. I am joined by my amazing, brilliant girlfriend, Laila St. Clair.


What I've know and Aja Graydon Dantzler. Hey, all, we are going to be talking about a lot of amazing things, things that need to be spoken about, like individuality, family and blackness, blackness.


We are hoping that these conversations will get you talking and thinking, too. But let me be upfront. Ajala and I, we will not hold back. There are things that need to be said, and it may make you uncomfortable. It may make you a little angry. It may make you get up and spark a revolution. So here, let me show.


I'm Holon woman w h o the e aumann, don't ever try to wash a turkey out again.


How which Momir was about to say it.


These young young people back under a beach on fire. I'm sorry. I totally forgot.


I'm I'm going to root up to the tutor. And where do you come from that you don't know the now. Where do you come from?


These boxes are breaking down. We are questioning everything now. One minute I want to manage my business. Next I white headed. Somebody actually sent a box of condoms to my house one day as if you were working hard.


And I get no rest so you can live this fast. Life is going to be a fast life.


Man does not. Cragg but it sure does. Creese ain't no Kerkow. Invite's not a single one. Don't talk about my mama, but, you know, maybe my. Today is a little bit, but that's that's how I ended up getting hit in the head with a brick.


And when you grow, you loutish, you just need to sit back and I just love black people.


They have the funnest motherfuckers on the planet. And then I'll tell you that my mother put an exclamation point on my birth certificate.


Is there any way that we could ever create some new cultural tradition that they know they don't want in on me?


Masih OK.


I believe I said you got a lot that's a lot to do. You know, my reality is Tyler Perry came into French Connection when I was working on South Street and I sold him a shirt, as I was saying out of my mouth. I was like, hey, that's not that's not a feminist. You have to fight in a skirt.


Your feelings are valid. However, your methods are not acceptable.


I fell off a lift. I'm oh, this is conversation to spark conversation.


Yeah. Jill Scott presents Jadot Eyl, the podcast. You need to come kick it with us and listen to what we're talking about. Sincerely.


Yeah. The first episode drops on November 18th. Yeah. Subscribe on the I Heart radio app or wherever you get your podcast.