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The Gold Club was the top strip club in Atlanta in the 1990s with patrons like Dennis Rodman, Michael Jordan, Madonna, the king of Sweden.

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But in 2001, the club was put on trial with charges of prostitution, extortion, credit card fraud, racketeering and an affiliation with the mob. I'm journalist Christina Lee, and I'll be taking you behind the scenes of the Gold Club scandal. From the beauty and bubbly to the deceit and courtroom drama. The first episode of Rocket Drops August twenty six. Listen to Racket Inside the Gold Club on the I Heart radio app, Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.

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Right, I love you 50 percent right now is just sit down. Is become the most prominent forum for you at some point early in the morning. But it was all. Yeah, I'm getting the world's most dangerous sport to show people's choice. But I'm not sure because people like you guys are the best collectively known as the Breakfast Club, which is. Good morning, USA. Yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo.

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Good morning Angela. You need good morning Tammy Shutler. I mean the God Beast of the planet.

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It stars the. They want to know what's happening, what's up, guys? Hey, good morning. How are you doing this Thursday, the weekend weekend? Absolutely.

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We said last week that from now on, officially, Thursday is going to be the weekend. Life is all about perspective. Life is what you make. You want the day to be the weekend it can be the weekend. I say today is the start of the weekend, OK?

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I like that. I'm not mad at that at all. It should be like for me. Friday. Yeah. Friday should be a mental health day for every single American. OK, that should be it. No work on Friday, no school on Friday. Everybody just disconnect that. We can make that happen there because if we really think about it, we really have mad vacation time because we really haven't gone anywhere because covid.

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So to make it before. Oh yeah.

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Let me speak for myself to make it a three day weekend, you know, until January 1st.

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I think we have to make that happen. I don't want to be selfish next Friday. The holiday was next Friday. Angeliki day, OK.

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Twenty eight and every single year yesterday I was filling in for Angela Day. We're doing a virtual concert since we can't do anything in person. And I'm excited. And so is filming in Jamaica and Trinidad and in Queens. We filmed in Queens yesterday, so we did that part. So sad as everybody who's participating, Beenie Man is performing, which I'm really excited for as well, because from my and Tavis Smiley, you know, a power hood celebrity cranium, it's going to be really fun.

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So I didn't want to be selfish. I wanted it to be a thing for everybody. But, you know, they think I'll tell you next Friday, why don't you take off if you can? I don't know. I'm just just putting a suggestion out there, guys and gals, if was for this Friday was Friday was always kind of a throw away day for me. I used to always say that.

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Well, I can see why you feel that way. It's amazing. Let's get the show crackin. Front page news coming up. What are we talking about?

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You know, a day three of the Democratic National Convention. That was last night. We'll get to that next couple of days.

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The Breakfast Club. Good morning. Good morning. Everybody is doing envy. Angelie Charlamagne, the guy we are the Breakfast Club, is getting some front news side where we start.

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Yes. Well, we'll start with the Democratic National Convention. Last night was night three and this is when Kamala Harris officially accepted her nomination. So that was exciting. And one thing she did was talk about her mother.

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My mother taught me that service to others gives life purpose and meaning and, oh, how I wish you were here tonight. But I know she's looking down on me. I keep thinking about that. Twenty five year old Indian woman who gave birth to me at Kaiser Hospital in Oakland, California, on that day. She probably could have never imagined that I would be standing before you now and speaking these words. I accept your nomination for vice president of the United States of America.

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Our former president Barack Obama also spoke and he talked about Donald Trump being his successor and not growing into the job the way he could have.

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I never expected that my successor would embrace my vision or continue my policies. I did hope that Donald Trump might show some interest in taking the job seriously, but he never did.

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For close to four years now, he has shown no interest in putting in the work, no interest in using the awesome power of his office to help anyone but himself and his friends.

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No interest in treating the presidency as anything but one more reality show that he can use to get the attention he craves. Donald Trump hasn't grown into the job because he can't, and the consequences of that failure are severe. You know, President Obama speaking on Trump like that doesn't doesn't happen too often, you don't hear a former president speaking on his successor like that too often, but it was good to hear him break protocol and have, you know, have that conversation to America because it shows the urgency of the times.

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You know what I mean? If Donald Trump is such a threat to our democracy, which if you were paying attention, he definitely is. He got to speak. They've got to start speaking to that in a real direct way. And, you know, as far as Senator Harris, I thought her speech was very solid. You know, no one commented that just she just carries herself presidential. She always has. She spoke about ending injustices in the criminal justice, law enforcement, health care.

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She didn't speak to any policy in particular. But just saying things like, you know, there is no vaccine for racism. We have to do the work. She she she addressed a lot of things that I care about. And I need them to start talking about, you know, reparations, though, economic equity packages for black people. But other than that, I really enjoyed her speech because you don't hear those type of conversations at DNC conventions, too much conversations about ending racism and criminal injustices in the criminal justice system and law enforcement and health care and how that affects black people.

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You don't hear those conversations too much like the DNC, Musea very well.

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One person, one person who did not enjoy was Donald Trump. Clearly, he was watching. He was tweeting. Why did he refused to endorse Lajo until it was all over and even then was very late. Why did he try to get him not to run? Then he tweeted, he spit on my campaign and got caught. That's all about Obama. And then he also tweeted out and this clearly is about Kamala Harris. But didn't she call him a racist?

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Didn't she say he was incompetent. He was on a tweeting spree last night. Yeah, he always is.

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We don't have clips from Hillary. Hillary. It was great, too, when Hillary said, I told you all I told you all were the little boos.

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Yeah, we we actually do have Hillary Clinton and she was talking about her election. And this can't be shoulda, woulda, coulda.

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For four years, people have told me I didn't realize how dangerous he was. I wish I could do it all over or worst I should have voted. Look, this can't be another woulda, coulda, shoulda election. If you vote by mail, request your ballot now and send it back right away.

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If you vote in person, do it early, become a poll worker. Most of all, no matter what vote. And don't forget, Joe and Carmela can win by three million votes and still lose. Take it from me. And you only played the part where she said, I told you all, I told you all word a little down, and she shouted out a little bossy daughter. And then she said, Put your vote on live.

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I'll give you a thousand dollars to set up the uncensored speech that was uncensored. You didn't say she did say something in that speech. That's very important. When she said people should goddamn be poll workers. She was not talking about the strip club. She was talking about actually working in the voting booth. And I thought about this. Right. I thought about this about a month ago.

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If people are afraid of the pandemic, you know, which some people will be who usually works the polls is older people. So maybe this is the time. This is the year where a younger generation goes out there and decides to be poll workers. And I think you get paid in some states for being a poll worker. So I don't know what the age requirement is. But, you know, some of you are looking for a little change. You should look into that and go work in polls in November.

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Maybe we should do it and set the precedent. I'm down for that. Yeah, we could do that. I think that that's not a bad idea. Yeah, we can do that. How do we figure that? How do we do that?

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And how do I get to I get the information have done. Have you done your jury duty? You took on doing the polling that I filled out the form and everything.

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You filled it out online. I swear I did see the only one who has done anything about jury duty. And you mentioned it all the time. I did. I really did.

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I think that that's part of what they said. I work with criminals, so I don't know if it's going to happen. That's right. Felonies is the only time. That's the only time. It's good to have felonies when you got jury duty. Yep. Have you ever been convicted of a crime? Yes, I have. So no point in presenting a firearm. Yeah, that's. All right.

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Get it off your chest. Eight hundred five eight five one two five one. If you need to finish this up now is the Breakfast Club.

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Good morning. The Breakfast Club. The Gold Club was the top strip club in Atlanta in the 1990s, a 20th century bacchanal for the rich and famous, with patrons like Dennis Rodman, Michael Jordan, Madonna, the king of Sweden, people from all over the country, everybody came to the Gold Club and it was the spot to go.

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The Gold Club owner, Steve Kaplan, was able to make almost four times the amount of other strip clubs with 350 dollar bottles of Dom Perignon private rooms and the sexiest entertainment in the south.

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I would chain up a girl and drag her through the club, drag her across the stage. It was kind of an S.A.M. and the guys loved it.

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But in 2001, the club was put on trial on charges of prostitution, extortion, credit card fraud, racketeering and an affiliation with the mob.

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It's like a festering cancer. I mean, if you're going to allow it to grow and prosper, you're going to have a problem going forward.

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I'm journalist Christina Lee, and I'll be taking you behind the scenes of the Gold Club scandal. From the beauty and bubbly to the deceit and courtroom drama. The first episode of Rocket Drops, August 26 six. Listen to Rocket Inside the Gold Club on the I Heart radio app, Apple podcast or wherever you get your podcast.

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OK, this is your time to get it off your chest, whether your man or but at the same time, we want to hear from you on the Breakfast Club.

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Hello, this is Chandler from Columbus, Ohio. Hello, Chandler. Why are you whispering this morning? You don't usually call them until the unless the problem is as early as early, apparently. My bad mouth and my bad. Good morning. Congratulations to you all for being a Hall of Fame. First off, you are going to drop a bomb for yourself. Thank you.

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Can't drop one of the goddamn Hall of Fame first ballot.

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So what's up, brother? Well, first off, I want to tell you, Powerplay is probably the best power play project. Power is probably the best, most Netflix movie I've ever seen. So what I'm telling you, my first movie, I watched it twice over the weekend and then, yes, I'm telling ya. And then to me, I'm surprised you didn't get that foo his name.

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Start with a K he was on. He was a rookie that was undrafted, played for the Seattle Seahawks. He got cut because he tried to sneak a chick in the girls room.

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Yeah, we spoke about it.

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Guys there with like Seattle Seahawks, like gear on like that was going to work. Like they wasn't going to know that she was a girl. So I'm surprised you didn't do that. You know, I just felt like there should have been a donkey that day. And you just want to say, you know, like I said once again, thanks again, because my shorts have been working really good for me. Ride my bike.

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I tell you, I am jealous. I mean, listen, first of all, guys, guys and girls have been using Joe to ride for years. OK, knock it off. You need me to tell you that. You're welcome, brother. Requestor, I see you on the road. How are you going to take credit for Kawhi. That's ok. Wise for it's not quite believe you envy up. Hello.

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Who's this. Hey, this is me, a friend and colleague from Atlanta, Georgia. What's up bro? Get off your chest. First off, I want to congratulate you on your first ballot nomination. Due respect, first ballot radio Hall of Fame. Thank you, King. One shout out. And Martin in this way to not no. Right. And he said absolutely yes.

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The hip hop legend respect a like this and everything like that. Also, I wanted to highlight again, you know, every kind of move me oh, last time by the final year or so, you know, I'm saying and I'm sure he's what I said, Divino Hill.

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So you got to be a certain age or be from a certain hip hop aesthetic to get that reference. But continue. That's Martin, by the way.

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Yes, but I just want to set up my business real quick here real quick. I said earlier, and we filmmakers, Brothers in Broken Entertainment, you know, we try to become brothers and we just want people to check us out. Brothers, but not brothers. But brother, we are as high as we are. OK, I better have a go.

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A man, get it off your chest. Eight hundred five eight five one two five one. If you need to hit us up now is the Breakfast Club. Good morning.

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The Breakfast Club. I'm telling you what, my. All of you, this is your time to get it off your chest, whether you're mad or blessed. Eight hundred five eight five one five one. We want to hear from you on the Breakfast Club.

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Hello. Who's this? This is Angela Combs, AA. I like to do the cones. Terrible last name. Get it off your chest.

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I thought she said Angela.

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Yeah, no, it's very cool. Come on now. Oh, cool.

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Did you somehow forget it? I thought she said certainly to me. But go ahead, Mama.

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I just wanted to call in and just say that I feel particularly blessed. I work with a lot of phenomenal young people over on track New York. I'm a psychiatrist and I just get to celebrate because one of our participants got his bail dismissed. And even in the midst of covid-19 and everything that's going on, they are young people still recovering and healing and going out there and getting what they need in life. So I just want to say I feel really blessed this morning because of that.

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All right. You have a good morning. Hello. Whose's semitone. Hey, what's up, brother? Get off your chest. I just want to say, because he's always been positive since I always miss you guys every morning and they really become the entrepreneurs of selling out. And we still have a lot of problems that I mean lot. But people you're hearing and seeing a lot of physical damage from a water crisis in L.A. And so I want to thank you all inspire me.

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I know. What's the name of that? What's the name of the products from Golden Globe products. And you can find us on Instagram and all the angles we'll be able to see. I'm sure you can give it to me on Instagram to have the New York season as one of the things I see a song is listen.

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Answer me a question I read yesterday how Michigan is paying 600 million dollars to victims of the Flint water crisis. How is that going to work? Do you know?

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Have they reached out to all of these folks who are selling this? A lot of things, don't we? Here's some of the five things out here. But so far, I haven't heard anything to single people out and say, you know, what about what about the salaries and everything? And so to me, you know you know, I got nieces and nephews that a lot of family and friends out here and influence on. So many traveling back and forth on my farm as I was, you know, on the Super Bowl.

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And I think people need to know that U.S. and NATO and all, you know, we've been going through it and, you know, for cities, they said a lot of that is for the kids.

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And they're most concerned about the kids who are damaged. And they're also going to look at how much people suffered and that's how they're going to determine who gets how much money.

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All right. Get it off your chest, 800 five, one, two, five one.

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If you need to vent, you can hit us up at any time. Now, we got Rumsen away. Yes.

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And this man is claiming that he got married because he was hypnotized. We'll tell you what famous actress that we all used to love. Now, we don't like her too much. Her husband is saying that about her. All right. We'll get into that next. Keep it like this. The Breakfast Club.

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Good morning. The Breakfast Club. Welcome to the Criminally, a podcast, I'm Holly Frim, and I'm Maria Tamaki, and together we're exploring the intersection of history and true crime. Our first season of the show is all about lady poisoners. Sometimes women take power for themselves and sometimes they do it through murder. But how many were just misunderstood?

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Join us on criminality as we untangle their stories on the radio app Apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts, it's about going, oh, well, this is the rumor report with Angela Gates on The Breakfast Club for Stacey Dash.

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Did file for divorce from her. Fourth has been and she filed for divorce in April. She posted on social media. Hello, everyone. My husband and I have made the hard decision of ending our marriage after much prayer. I feel this is the right path for both of us. I wish him nothing but the best. Thank you, everyone, for your support and respecting our privacy during this difficult time. Well, according to Stacey Dash's husband's lawyer, there is new documents that they have filed in response to that divorce and they want to get the marriage annulled.

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Now, according to the documents, he only took his vows after Stacy's pastor put some serious religious pressure on him. He says they got married April six twenty eighteen. But that's only because ten days prior, he says, the pastor unexpectedly and suddenly proclaimed that it was God's will that they get married and that his ability to consent to the marriage was hijacked by the use of hypnotic prayer techniques. So not sure if he got hypnotized, but he said it's a pressure.

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No, sir. It's just called it's called being married to a black woman. OK, I don't care how Stacey, she's still a black woman. And when you got all that melanin in the house, trust me, it can feel like you're hypnotized. I've been hypnotized for 22 years by my queen, so I know. All right. What's a goddamn black magic black girl? Magic. All right.

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Now, PNB Rack versus Rodway. What is going on with these two over the past few days? This all started with PM Barak saying that he feels like a lot of the new music coming out these days makes him feel depressed. People felt like this was a shoddy rodway because they were saying this on social media, you know, that can hype things up. Well, here's what Rodway had to say in response.

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Only thing we connect it to reality, no move. I want I can't meet reality music if I want to make that dancing around booty shaking, move the film, kick me out.

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That's a PNB. Then responded to Ride Wave.

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And here's what he had to say about Wave being his son, about making music for the trenches and making music for the hood. I do think about the music scene like, Right Wave is my son.

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You make music like me singing treatment on the day. I'm the one who started it. But I'm thinking about the thing I'm worried about. Should I say what I said is, don't you always fluid my heart? I'm going to be in Miami, Florida, doing me regardless. I'm going to start with me. Mevo, who gets.

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What was that? I am. Oh I but I don't know Rodway I know what I just listen to is on our countdown show is definitely not countdown. He got a big wreck.

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It's about to be a big top ten record. Well guess who doesn't listen to the countdown show. Oh my goodness. Uncle Charlotte. But I wish those two brothers find common ground and find some peace. I don't like all of that. I'm a in this city and I'll be like, come on, man, stop. No, no, don't. Nobody got nothing to prove you are too young brothers getting money. Keep it that way.

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What Barack is saying, he did not name names so he never mentioned by name and name I we know he's talking about anyway.

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I just don't want to see it being over. Nothing special. Getting money. All right.

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Olivia Wilde is reportedly going to direct a female lead Marvel film that will happen at Sony.

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And she'll be writing, yes, the script alongside Katy Silberman and what they are saying. Sources wouldn't confirm the specific superhero, but they expect that it will focus on Spider Woman.

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I'm here for that. The MCU has really neglected its female characters over the past decade and change of MCU movies. That's why even at the end the end game, when they have that one big scene, well, all the women heroes come together. A lot of those characters aren't super strong characters. So it didn't have that, like, impact that it should have had. All right. Female characters in the future. Bella Thorne joins only fans.

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She's the former Disney star turned PornHub director and she joined the site. We don't know exactly what will be on there, but she did cause the site to crash briefly. So if you want to subscribe to Bella Thorne, it'll be one hundred and two dollars for six months. And you can even buy gifts for her. She has a list on there. You can buy brilliants for her as well.

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Why are you excited about this movie?

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I'm just surprised that only fans are making so much money that people could just jump from cliffs get. Only fans making money for years, it just got super popular during the pandemic, a refresher Uncle Charlie's memory.

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What is Balaton her ability and what does she in the Disney Star Fund director for my daughter, Woolnorth, how long ago she wondered if it was a few years ago, OK.

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I hope my daughter hadn't followed her to our new career at PornHub Direct. She was featured in Alvin and the Chipmunks Road Trip.

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That bad enough? The day is on EUFOR. You got to keep watching that too. God damn. She's not old enough for you. For you. All right.

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And Oscar de la Hoya looks like he's going to be returning to the ring. Oh, Lord. Oh, my goodness. Why do you say, oh, lord, he's forty seven years old.

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Man, these guys I hurt, man. Yeah, he hasn't. Back since 2008 when he lost to Manny Pacquiao, he was 36 years old, but he said he's going to start sparring in the next few weeks. That's what he told ESPN. He doesn't know who he will be fighting, but he said it will not be an exhibition like Mike Tyson against Jones Jr. He said this one will be for the record.

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That's crazy how when you you have that itch to still do something, you just have to do it because I can make your money. Golden Boy Promotions is one of the biggest. Why would you do that in boxing? Like making money you don't have to box.

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Yeah. And you know, the Roy Jones Junior Mike Tyson fight, we told you it's been rescheduled from September 12th to November. Twenty eighth. So according to reports of Ray Jones Jr. was not happy about that. At first he was frustrated. Mike Tyson's camp was the ones that actually made that decision. He wants to be treated like he's equal in this whole decision. So they did have some minor issues. They worked things out. Another issue they're having is people are acting like this is going to be more of an exhibition and not really a real fight.

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But the both of them are training like it's a real deal type of fight. So November 28th. All right. I'm Angela Yee, and that is your room to report. All right.

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Thank you, Miss Yee. Now, we got front page news coming up. What are we talking about? Yes, and we'll continue to talk about the Democratic National Convention. We gave you Kamala Harris, already accepting the nomination. Officially, we already told you some of what Barack Obama had to say and Hillary Clinton. So we have some more when we come back. All right.

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We'll get into that next. Keep it like this. The Breakfast Club. Hey, morning, everybody. Is D.J. Envy, Angela Ye shall I mean the guy we are the Breakfast Club.

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Let's get in some front page news where we start you.

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Well, last night was the Democratic National Convention. Now, earlier we played for you what Barack Obama, our former president, had to say about Donald Trump not growing into the job of president. Now, he had other things to say about why he he knows why people don't believe in government. Here's what he had to say.

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I understand why a white factory worker who's seen his wages cut, workers jobs shipped overseas might feel like the government no longer looks out for him. And why a black mom might feel like it never looked out for her at all. I understand why a new immigrant might look around this country and wonder whether there's still a place for him here, why a young person might look at politics right now, the circus of it all, and think, what is the point?

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Well, here's the point. This president and those in power, they are counting on your cynicism. They know they can't win you over with their policies. So they're hoping to make it as hard as possible for you to vote and to convince you that your vote does not matter.

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That's how democracy weathers until it's no democracy at all. And we cannot let that happen.

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You've got you've got the problem, President Obama said, and that's all correct. And the other part, when you told Trump you speak you speak about my wife, crazy again at Mehul, I thought that was powerful.

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You don't have to stop it.

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OK, I want to Barack Obama does get mad when Donald Trump says crazy things about Michelle Obama.

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Well, if you please, he said he said at me, you would ever you know, I did think about that when he was responding to come. I mean, to Michelle. I wonder if he was like, man, listen, if I see him. Well, Kamala Harris, also, you think all that smoke coming from last night, that's what he was. He was a little perturbed talking about my wife, crazy.

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And by the way, if you didn't see that, you know, Barack Obama also posted his speech on social media so you can read it in case you missed it. And now Kamala Harris, when she spoke and accepted the nomination, her formal nomination, she had things to say about racism and how there is no vaccine for it.

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Black, Latino and indigenous people are suffering and dying disproportionately. And this is not a coincidence. It is the effect of structural racism, of inequities in education and technology, health care and housing, job security and transportation, the injustice in reproductive and maternal health care, in the excessive use of force by police and in our broader criminal justice system. This virus, it has no eyes, and yet it knows. Exactly how we see each other and how we treat each other and let's be clear, there is no vaccine for racism or dropping cluster bombs from Kamala Harris.

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I love that. I'm telling you, it's not often you hear someone in that position speak on systemic racism in that way on that big of a platform. So I enjoyed it. She said to work. She said the word black quite a few times, you know, so I really loved it.

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But why didn't you play the part when Kamala say your whole was just behind? And because I'm a light skinned. That part was powerful, too.

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Why didn't you say that? You know, that did not happen. Relax. Don't say that. What? Some people might be listening, just like they know you're running on Conyer's ticket. I don't like to see you sabotage Kamala Harris this way. I'm not sabotage. That's powerful for her to say.

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Some of y'all just nobody, like make some of y'all really need to just admit that y'all don't like Kamala Harris because she's a K, OK? I didn't go to college, so I don't have a beef with sororities, but it is something about ACRS that pisses people off. Tell me. I'm like, OK, how many did you have before sororities even if you went to college?

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I didn't say. I said I don't have any beef, which I know you.

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Even if you had going, why would you have you meet women not know dudes eating fraternities. Take some fraternities, take the AK.

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So you say that I didn't go to college, but I said I didn't go to college. So I don't understand the beef that people have with these sororities. But I do know that a lot of people don't like acase for whatever reason. And some of you just don't like Kamala Harris because she's a light skinned AK. And I want you to let that her go and be honest with your Uncle Charlotte this morning. Now, when I threw this out to somebody in the room, I'ma put her out there, Taylor, our producer.

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OK, you immediately started hating immediately this morning.

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Yes. And she said if I was to ask that question on the air, why y'all don't like a..

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She said nobody's going to even know who the acres are.

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And then she is waiting.

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She admitted that she was raised to not like acres. Why? Because her momma is a Zeta.

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Whoa. Oh, well, that makes the White House and you better that same. And it's fair to say what you had to say when I brought this up.

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All I must say is pink and green is not a cute color.

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Wow. Wow. What it sounds this sounds very divisive. What? Oh, I need you. Oh, let's let's let's play one of these lines. Take me back home team Todd Hampton University. Let's do it.

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Oh this is like you say in Charlamagne. Let's open up the phone lines 878.

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I'm telling you, I hate hating on the pink and green ski.

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We to do that now. You're not supposed to do that. I disrespect. Yeah. You know better than I, I pledge I didn't work out. I was right.

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I was like no disrespect Avon. You just double down.

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I didn't know what I was wrong with that gave. I was you know you can't make that noise.

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Wow, wow, wow. Well I got back this morning at five eight five five one.

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We're asking, do you think people just don't like Kamala Harris because she's an AK is they are a lot of AK haters, outriggers, people that don't know you a priority for you.

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I'm away. Not with pink and green around you, Taylor.

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I don't think you can do that with the colors. It's not going to skin tone. Whoo hoo hoo. All right. Well, let's look at this. Folha eight hundred five eight five one zero five one. It shout to all the acres out there. Oh, let them talk to you like that.

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How did you get when I'm with the embassy of Eboni Williams up to the school. Taylor, real quick, let me see. All right. It's The Breakfast Club.

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Come on, let's pull out your phone call. And right now, call me. And joining into the Breakfast Club to break it down, eight hundred five eight five one five one, The Breakfast Club. It's topic time because the phone call 800 five eight five one zero five one to join into the discussion with the Breakfast Club. Talk about it. Morning, everybody.

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Is D.J., M.V. Angeles, Charlamagne, the guy we are the Breakfast Club. Good morning. Now, if you're just joining us, we just realized that we worked with the a.k.a. heater.

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Yes.

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And could we talk about how this started? It started because he was watching Kamala Harris last night. And I was asking you, why didn't she played a part when Kamala said Yoho's just be hating because I'm a light skinned AK. And I really noticed that some people just hate light skinned acres and some people just don't like Senator Harris because of that.

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So I brought it up to Taylor, our producer, who immediately pushed back and started hate to say that her mother raised her to not like ACRS because her mama is a state.

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Wow.

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A.K.A. hate runs deep, deep, deep, deep, deep, deep detail. Taylor, step up to the mic.

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She wanted to go to the phones and ask people, can they admit that they just don't like your case?

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Why don't people. Let's talk about it.

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Hello. Who's this? Ashley. Ashley.

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Morning, Ashley.

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Are you a.k.a. hater Ashley? No, I am A.J..

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Oh, no, no. Taylor, come here and get to smoke. Yes, because I just want to say no one can hate on a simply because we were the first black women's sorority to be incorporated. So if it wasn't for Apple, Hedgeman, Lao Zeta, Delta Sigma, Gamma Ray would not be here. And that's why I'm here.

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You now you're here. You know, you're right. You're right. Basically what happens at time, but what happens after, you know, there's always room for improvement.

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So that's why there's more as to where it is like whoa oh oh oh oh. It can't be improved, but you still have to respect your roof. That's what issue is coming from everyone when you can't hate when you start from scratch, you can't hate your ancestors because that's the name given back to where you know, you're right. You're right.

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I respect them. I'm just saying, is this referring back? Give me give him a call. Give him that call from the call one time.

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Ashley, huh? Oh, look at that. Oh, so whatever it is, cash.

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I love my babies. I love my dog. There you go. I love. All right, I'm going.

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You just can't you just get past too small.

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I just went crazy just doing my thing. My call was a little better. I got to call Eboni K. You got to have Eboni K. Williams on the schoolyard onto somebody. Is he all right? We'll get into that next.

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Keep it like this. The Breakfast Club. I know this is your third.

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Call me and jumping into the Breakfast Club top. Come on. Eight hundred five eight five one 051. Morning, everybody. Is D.J. Envy.

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Angela Charlamagne, the guy we are the Breakfast Club now. For some reason, Charlamagne this morning is trying to bring smoke to the acase.

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I am not trying to bring smoke to their games. I love my kids.

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Now we try to figure out why, you know, some people just don't like Kamala Harris and Charlamagne believes maybe it's because she's an AK isn't.

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Last night during her speech, one of the most powerful, you know, parts most powerful, potent parts of her speech was when she said some of your holes just be hating because I'm a light skinned AK. And, you know, when I bought that in this morning and I said, you know, some people don't like Senator Harris just because she's a light skinned AK Taylor. Our producer immediately started Hayton and she said the reason that she doesn't like AK a.k.a. is because her momma raised her that way because her momma is a Zeta.

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So, no, I haven't opened up the phone lines. Yeah, we have a friends in a room on the line right now. Oh, yes.

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And she rents the acres to the fullest. The Pinky Williams. Good morning. Good morning, DMV. Good morning, Charlamagne. The God. Good morning, Angela. And their withdrawal.

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Yeah. Ebony Hey Queen Angela Charlamagne.

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You are fully fledged trippin this morning. Brother, speak talk to me now if anything is to be believed. Are you saying that that folks are paten because she's okay and she seems like they're like okay. Yes.

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I see a lot of people hating on Senator Harris just because she's a light skinned AK. And I think it's a deep rooted issue. People have to me, I tried to warn them.

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I put my people. I'm going. I'm going.

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I'm not I'm not on your side here. I'm just trying to figure out where this hate comes from. Your dad.

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But, hey, I'm playing with each other. OK, so I will tell you guys. And it's true it's true that there is a has a history, it's a real history really amongst all sororities, right in the black community that we know about, brown paper bag test at one time to be in any of these Greek letter organizations and to frankly be affiliated with some levels of churches, some level of the NAACP, all of that. You had to be, quote, lighter than a brown paper bag you had to pay for straight here says.

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So they drop a pencil through your hair. Could it go through? You know, neatly, yous have seen my hair. I would have found it on site.

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So, you know, that that's that's just what it historically has been. But you we're way past that. One thing I'm proud of and I really translated, you know, the the the perception of sorority life, the perception of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority corporative in general before I chose to pledge that particular sorority, because I never wanted to amplify that that terrible narrative that says that lighter skinned black people are in any way more valuable, smarter, prettier or better than our darker skinned counterparts.

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It's we know that is a slave mentality to the fullest, right? Mm hmm. So I think it's very important that we collect false narrative. I have stories of all colors. They are gorgeous. I have baldheaded for that source with hair down to their ways, all textures. And I think Kamala Harris, again, comes from Howard University. That is the alpha chapter of our sorority. You know, she she represents something that is collective in in inclusion and diversity, but no alliance.

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Charlamagne, that narrative is out there, but it's terrible. Also, you look at Delta Sigma Theta for women. We have a friendly rivalry just so women got high, high caliber, high self esteem. Theta Phi, Beta Sigma Gambro, same. Right. So the divine nine is really going to be Kamala Harris is ultimate power base. If y'all look on social, you might see a couple of haters. But really what you see y'all she shouted out the entire debate last night.

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That's right. All night, Greek letter organizations, Alpha Phi Alpha, Kappa Alpha, Omega, Sapphire, Beta Sigma. And I would if I beta. So yeah, we're coming in full effect. And then it's not just the night. Right. Which does have a history of being particularly maybe elitist or separatist or whatever. Krish all of the organizations I have a friend, she's like, listen, if you are Delta and you don't vote for Kamala Harris, go shake your ass, as you say.

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And if you agree, you know what that means. It means you really thought about the things you took your pledge to be about. Right, which is the collective service, empowerment and uplifting of all black people, period. Full stop in the story. So, yeah, I hear you. There are some folks there based on the way those people are stuck in a bygone era. We do not hear that tale of separatism. Taylor, our producer, said she made the hate.

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Gays say she's going to yell at me. I was just kidding.

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Definitely and definitely a with a sorority. She said y'all were the first sorority, but it had to be improvements after all these other celebrities doing it.

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Oh, now evidence that she did. Ebony, Ebony. Is it OK that was in here.

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So you wasn't getting what you're saying. Is it OK that Emmy was in here doing this kiwi.

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I was rapping no. And in the end, he knows better than that because you know damn well that unless you have pledged your life to the great Alpha Kappa Alpha for parade, you have no business. You have this conversation with your boy, U.S. special AC. You're in a cafeteria so y'all know us. Gref likes to keep our our sacred reverence sacred. But listen, at the end of the day, we just here for common right now. It's honestly, it's so much bigger than that.

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Right. So if we want to see we I'm not giving you permission, but I'ma look the other way because we can we do this.

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We Ebonie, we get a story from you if you want.

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Goodness gracious, Grace.

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Oh, I can't get my feet without yeah.

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Kofi Annan has a coffee every day checking it all of that money. So that is great.

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All right, Kate Williams, check Eboni Williams out on revolt.

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Black news again this week. Days on revolt. All right. You've got Romans on the way.

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Yes. And let's talk about Trey Songz. There are allegations against him and we'll tell you what his response to those allegations are.

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I need to create my own sound. And now I got a sound for me.

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Yeah, whatever you do. But Queef, not when you'd be riding with the Jackson on and you can ride for too long. There you go. You can do a little louder. Woof, woof, woof, woof, woof, woof, woof.

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You bet. It's The Breakfast Club.

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Good morning, everybody. Is D.J. Envy, Angela Ye shall I mean the guy we are the Breakfast Club.

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Let's get to the rooms. Let's talk.

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Trey Songz is she's feeling the heat. This is the rumor report you on the Breakfast Club.

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Now, Trey Songz was on social media yesterday and he was responding to this interview that was done on the No Jumper podcast. This was Selena Powell and her friend Eliza, and they were talking about Trey Songz. According to Eliza. She says that Trey Songz unexpectedly urinated on her, allegedly, like all these girls are saying, like they got raped by, like Usher.

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And, you know, I was like you and layers until it happened to me. Right to Trey Songz.

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Go to the bathroom to wipe off my face, like in between rounds. You realize, like in the bathtub. I'm like, OK, he's like poker. So I do. And then he literally just peed on me like that. And I was like, what the on my eyelashes? And he's like, you're fine. But every bitch I know that does the same thing.

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Like he took my phone in my purse away for like a whole day, held it over the balcony, was like, bitch, if time Lieberman dropped it.

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All right. Well, that's a lot to digest right there. Now, the very serious allegations, those are very serious allegations. Those are allegations that should not be tried in the court of public opinion.

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Now, Trey Songz responded on social media. He said your stay ready to believe a bird. Then he went on to say, I usually stay quiet on this, but I feel that in many ways, the movement to fight for the women who actually have suffered harassment and abuse on various levels has been hijacked by those who find it convenient for themselves to come up as they seek to destroy someone's life. I brush it off every time, but once you have an allegation, no matter its true weight and validation, it's now happened once and to some will be believable from that moment forward.

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None of that happened. And then he went on to post his own receipts, which were messages between them. And people were definitely going crazy over these messages also where he's telling her to get into Uber to come there and kinds of offerings of things to happen. And then he also posted you I remember Jane Doe claimed I sexually assaulted her in Miami. She wants me to pay for her therapy and the rest of her school because of all the trauma she's been through.

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Please read. And then he posted a letter from another woman who had dumped him that was in the car that night. And she's saying that Trey Songz had told the girl to get out of the car. She was embarrassed and the next thing she knew there was this lawsuit that came up. So she's on the side of Trey Songz and saying that nothing happened. The girl was just embarrassed and was told to get out of the car and that's why she was suing him.

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So he said you would choose to believe what you want. I've been focusing my energy and time on good things, and I know the devil wants my soul more now than ever. I'm a keep my head high and push forward. If you holding me down in these moments, I appreciate that. Now, Selena Powell responded on social media. Wow. Woke up to this trending for two years now. I tried to block this off, but let's talk April six, Trey Songz, you forced me to do something and threw my phone off the balcony, refused to let me and another younger girl go.

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I'm used to being treated like ish. She goes on to say so with being effing scared of knowing what you're capable of doing and living three floors down, plus just being beaten by three. I'm like stuck. I did think you're a changed man since you're a son. And still and I still am proud. I don't see how apologizing to you for taking this to social media is a bad thing. Just because I'm saying sorry to you doesn't mean what happened isn't correct, especially when I had a rape kit done.

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There's multiple cases against you want to address that or just my friend. So then she posted the the lawsuit that she says are the rape kit that she said that she took. And she said, my case is now public record. Someone go get the report, read it and weep. I didn't lie about Jack. Police and lawyers were involved. Now people on social media are bringing. Up past things, including when Kiki Palmer was on the Breakfast Club and she said this about an incident when she was at Trey Songz house.

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I tell my Tropeano, I just thought it was real interesting that after all those things went down, someone else had something to say. So I wasn't like, I don't like when people think that somebody's just going to be saying something just to say, first of all, I love black people. I love my people. You know, I'm saying I'm not going to try to ever tear nobody down. So if I say something, I'm saying something for a reason.

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And I feel like so many times black women say stuff and nobody gives a fuck when sometimes black women say something, but somebody of another complexion, somebody of another color, they say something. And then it's like we're taking it to court now. People's headlines, Newsweek said. Qiqi Palmer warned everyone about Trey Songz before the 2020 assault allegation and kicky Palmer on the show said she was speaking her truth. She hadn't spoken to Trey Songz since the incident went down.

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That is when she was finding herself hiding in the closet because she did not want to be put on video without her permission, and she felt it was sexual intimidation. In addition, Bebe Rexer, an old interview that Brexit did, has resurfaced. And here's what she said during that interview about an incident at a wedding with Trey Songz.

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I went to a wedding and we it was like they rented it like a mansion. And everybody at the end, it was like going like 50 of us at the end of the party, you know, some of the Victoria's Secret, all these big clients. And Trey Songz was there with his date. And I go to the pool house literally, and I swear everything he's give me the eye all night. And I was like, OK, what's going on?

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This is weird. I go to the pool house just like I have a pool. And he really is at the door and pushes me against the wall and puts into this all my life says like, let's do this. And like I said, I can't I'm not doing this.

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Like I said, those are very serious allegations that should not be tried in the court of public opinion. And that's what seems like is happening over the past 24 hours. It's being tried in the court of public opinion. With those type you should not be tried in the court of public opinion should be that way.

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So we're presenting everything that's being said right now and we will keep you updated on what's happening. All right. All right. And Kiki Palmer tweeted out, Always be strong enough to stand in your truth because guess who got you. God, I love you all. Now, in other news, make the stallion actually posted pictures of her injuries. People were trying to say that she was making it up, that she hadn't gotten shot in the foot. And I saw a lot of people making jokes because she's been out and about and celebrating her number one song that Khateeb has out.

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What? And she said, well, what I have learned about majority of the people on social media is you'd like to hear bad news before a good news. A lie spreads quicker than the truth. And you already be and you are really believing it. It's your make up. I got hit at the back of my feet because when I got shot, I was walking away facing the back. Why would I lie about getting shot? Why are you so upset that I don't want to be in the bed?

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Sad. Why are you all upset that I can walk? I got my stitches out my feet like two weeks ago when I was ready to go celebrate wipe going number one, I usually don't address in an office, but your people are so sick. So she posted those pictures. They're pretty graphic and lets people crazy.

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The crazy part about the truth on social media is nobody cares like what the young Kashala always tell you. Nobody cares about the truth when the lie is more entertaining. So she can do that and it's the truth. And she's really not proving anything to anybody because the people that believe her already believed her and the people that don't want to believe her because the lie is more entertaining, they're going to run with that. So damned if you do, damned if you don't.

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All right.

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Well, I'm Angela Yee, and that is your room report. All right. Thank you. Miss you. Now, Charlemagne, who are you giving a donkey to? We need Thom Brennaman to come to the front of the congregation. In fact, we might need to take our hats off and have a moment of silence for one of our broadcasters who died last night. Because in life you either evolve or die, Tom.

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Definitely die. Goodness gracious. All right. We'll get into that. Next is The Breakfast Club. Good morning.

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How's it going to Dave? I'm affected all around you. I want this man to out and blow his man, Charlamagne, the top of his head, to make a judgment of what was going to be on the docket of the day.

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They chose you for the Breakfast Club bitch whose donkey had the day to day don't here today for Thursday, August 20th, go the Cincinnati Reds broadcaster Thom Brennaman.

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Let me tell you something. I salute all broadcasters, radio, TV, podcasts. The reason I salute you is because this is a dangerous job we do every day. We let these words fly out of our mouths. It's literally like walking on land mines. Everybody is so easily offended, you never know what you may say that will rub people the wrong way. People take things you said out of context. They will tell you about your intention for your words.

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Even if you didn't mean it that way, they will tell you that you didn't actually mean what you said. And we'll judge your words, not off what you actually said. What how those words made them feel is a dangerous, dangerous time. Not only do you have to watch what you say now, you have to watch what you said back in the day, because time doesn't matter anymore, OK? Cultural context doesn't matter. If you said something five years ago, 10 years ago, 15 years ago, 20 years ago, it doesn't matter.

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There is no statute of limitations on words anymore, which, by the way, is the stupidest thing ever. If something was said publicly somewhere broadcast for the whole world to hear, you shouldn't be able to hold them accountable for that now. Because clearly, if it was said back then and nothing happened to the person, then clearly the cultural context of the time allowed it.

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It's like issuing out retroactive speeding tickets. OK, if the speed limit was 70 miles per hour on a highway 10 years ago and I did 70, sometimes 75, that was cool because that was the speed limit. OK, I can push it a little bit. Seventy five because of the speed limit on that highway was 70. I can do about seventy five.

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But if the speed limit on that highway got reduced to fifty five because there were too many accidents, too many people getting hurt, too many people getting killed. Understandable.

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I'm not trying to hurt anyone, I'm not trying to hurt myself. So I slow my ass down. When you know better you do better. Now if I continue to speed I deserve all the tickets, all the fines, all the consequences that come with that.

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But what if I started getting retroactive tickets for the speed I was doing ten years ago? That wouldn't make no damn sense what I was doing, the speed limit that was allowed at the time.

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And now that times have changed, I have grown and changed with them, but some of us have not.

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Thom Brennaman is one of those people. Thom Brennaman is 56 years old. Straight caveman status in America. If you have not evolved, it's simple. Evolve or die. Well, yesterday we watched him burn him and die. If he's not dead, he's on life support because he was speeding last night. OK, boy, he was doing nineteen fifty five. That car ran off the road. He hit a tree and he's lucky to be alive. If he's alive, the jury's still out.

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But you can't feel sorry for Tom because he knew the speed limit.

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He's a broadcaster for the Cincinnati Reds and he was broadcasting during a game and he was caught uttering I don't even know uttering is the right word because that's just sounded like a decorative a declarative statement. OK, but he was he was caught making an anti-gay slur between innings. We have to bleep it out. Just noticed a gay slur that starts with F..

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OK, the shortened version, a cigarette in London, the one that rhymes with mag.

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Let's listen to one. That's why the pregame show presented by Ray St. Clair. Can I can I can I hit it just one more time, please? The. That's why the pregame show presented by Ray St. Clair.

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I'm so perplexed by this because I just need to know, what was Tom looking at that made him say that? What was he looking at? What was he listening to? What came in his mind that made him say that I Googled Gay Capital of America and since he wasn't on it, OK. San Francisco was number one.

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So if he was a broadcaster for the Giants, it would make sense. OK, Portland, Oregon. Austin, Texas. New Orleans. Seattle, Salt Lake City, L.A.. Denver. Hartford, Connecticut. But no Cincinnati. So what did Tom see that made him say that? That's what I need to know, where two guys making out in front of him did.

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Someone sent him a screenshot of NBA and his guys riding bikes with the gel on their there is what happened to make Tom stay that terrible word?

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Now, Tom did apologize and look at how good this guy is at his job.

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Listen, listen. He can't listen to what he listen.

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I made a comment earlier tonight that went out over the year that I am deeply ashamed of. If I have hurt anyone out there. I can't tell you how much I say from the bottom of my heart. I'm so very, very sorry. I pride myself and think of myself as a a man of faith as there is a drive in a deep love field by Castellanos that will be a home run. And so that'll make it a four nothing ball game.

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I don't know if I will be putting on this headset again. I don't know if it's going to be for the Reds. I don't know if it's going to be for my bosses at Fox. I want to apologize for the people who signed my paycheck, for the Reds, for Fox Sports, Ohio, for the people I work with, for anybody that I've offended here tonight, I can't begin to tell you how deeply sorry I am. That is not who I am and never has been.

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And I'd like to think maybe I could have some people that they could back that up. I am very, very sorry. And I beg for your forgiveness. Jim Dale take you the rest of the way home.

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This guy called a home run in the middle of apologizing. Can you really take an apology sincere when a guy is too distracted by something else to continue to focus on the apology? And what's hilarious about this is him not knowing if he's dead or not.

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He's like, I don't know if I'm going to be here in whatever way it is hedge that again, if I'm moving someplace else. Remember in the movie signs when Mel Gibson's wife was still alive, stuck between a tree in the car and she was alive but really dead, and she was going to die at any moment? That's how Tom said. And I think Tom should be suspended, OK, and reassigned to San Francisco. Matter of fact, reassign him to at least gayest city in the world.

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I Googled that to Birmingham, Alabama, go to the Birmingham Barons nice minor league team that Michael Jordan used to play for.

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That should be your future.

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Some donkey today just saw themselves. Please give Tom Brennaman the biggest heehaw.

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By the way, if you don't practice bad habits, you won't make those mistakes on our off air. Just simply don't use that kind of language and you won't have that problem. I don't like how you drew my guys riding bikes in your little donkey. What do you mean?

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I'm just on my guys out here. First of all, I know guys in my donkey. OK, class guys. All right, number one.

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Number two, I really want to know what he saw. Do I really want to know what made him say that in that moment? Because something prompted that. I would like to know what I don't know.

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But anyway, thank you for that Donkey of the day. Up next, ask E eight hundred five eight five one two five one.

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If you need relationship advice or any type of advice, call us. Now is the Breakfast Club. Good morning.

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What, what, what, what, what. You know, baby mama issues, please. And words of wisdom. Call up now for eight hundred five eight five one oh five one The Breakfast Club. Come on, relationship advice, personal advice, just really fine. Call up now for Enschede Warning.

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Now it's time for Ask Ye. Let's go to the phone lines.

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Hello. Who's this Todora. Hey, what's your question for you. OK, my first person is I'm 23 and I'm looking to buy my first home next year.

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Well, congratulations. That's exciting. Thank you. So my boyfriend, my friend, he's the father, my kids where he wants to buy a house together, but we aren't married. And I feel like it's kind of important for me to buy my first home on my own, but I just don't know what to do. All right.

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Well, a couple of things here are you are planning to get married. Is he talking about proposals, marriage, anything?

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Yes, but I'm I'm a nurse and I'm full again. So he's saying, you know, wait, do you finish nursing school? And he started his own business as well. So he's saying that we should wait till we get married. You know, thank God.

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Do not wait till you get married to have your own house. OK, if you want to buy a house, that's your money. You have the option. It's an investment.

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So just like you can buy, can't wait until we get married to buy a house. You say, wait, so you finish school now.

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Yeah, but I don't know how to buy a house with someone I'm not married to. And what does he say when you tell them that he's like, you know, just go do whatever you feel like. And his parents, they have Landwehr, Florida. Charlamagne, don't come here.

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But he his parents, they have lived in central Florida. So, you know, they say, well, we'll give you a couple of acres and you and build your house on, you know, on the land. But and I'm OK with that. But I don't know if I want that to be my first home, you know?

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OK, listen, I think it's always important to explore all of your options and then you decide what's best for you. Now, you said you're not planning to buy a house till next year, right?

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Yeah. So a lot can change between now and then. I would say save up your money, do whatever it is that you need to do to prepare for that. Now, if things happen to change between now and next year, you can always change your mind and decide to do what you want to do then. But do your research and then you decide what's best for you. You're not doing anything until next year anyway, so you have plenty of time to think about it.

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You need to let him know this is you know, I look at it like I don't want us to buy a house together unless we're married. Maybe he'll propose before then. Maybe anything could happen between now and then. In the meantime, if I were you, I would move, do my research, look at houses. And that way, you know, if you decide that's what you want to do next year, that's what you do. If you change your mind, you always have the ability to do that.

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I remember buying a house isn't the most permanent thing in the world, and I had to learn that when I bought my first house because in my head I was always like, I'm not going to buy a house and I get married. Like, that's in your head. But you think is going to happen sometimes life doesn't happen like that. And I bought my house for nine hundred eighty five thousand dollars. Now it's worth like one point six million.

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That's a great investment. So a house can also be a great investment. You can also always sell it. It's not permanent. So just remember that there's different things you can do in real estate that you don't have to buy a house. Now, I'm locked in forever. Yeah, absolutely.

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My mom I'm on my fifth house right now. I started very slow. I started what I can afford. And then as I made more money, as I worked a little bit more, made better investments, I sold and continue to grow. But I'm on my own house.

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I'm five Pursell house five. Wow. Okay, you could just buy your house if you like a starter house and you can buy that there and then you could just work on building the house, you know. Yeah. So is that, is that, is that his house. So she's just she said that we could just, you know, Bill, a house while we're living in the House.

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Yeah. You have all kinds of options available to you. Just look at it as what makes sense for me financially.

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What's a smart decision? OK, thank you. All right. You're welcome. And that's dope, man. I love to see other women going out there and doing their own thing. So I think that's incredible. I commend you for that. Planning ahead for the future. All right.

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ASKI Eight hundred forty five. One, two, five one. If you need relationship advice or any type of advice, call me.

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Right now is the Breakfast Club. Good morning.

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This is The Real World with some real advice. Actually, it's eskies. Morning, everybody.

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Is D.J. Envy, Angela Charlamagne, the guy we are the Breakfast Club in the middle of Ask Ye. Hello, who's this.

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Hi, my name's Angela. I'm from Columbus. What's up? Hey, Angela, how are you? Horrible, honestly. OK, talk to me. I just got dumped last night. Oh, I'm sorry.

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Yeah, over three years. Oh, what happened? It's been rough last year. Just and he's been having a lot of issues and I've been having a lot of issues. I see a therapist and he's been talking about seeing one. And it's just he hasn't done it and his health is just not OK. And he says that he just needs time.

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So I, I don't know what to do because I can't I can't let go of it as easily as he just.

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Well, Angela, first of all, this happened last night, and I see that you're upset. You're crying, and that's fine. You can do that. Like, I feel like it's so important for us to deal with our emotions. So I think the positive thing is that you are dealing with your emotions. And when you break up with somebody, that's how you should feel. So it's OK. It's OK for you.

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It's OK to go. It's like you said, it just happened last night and we live together, so I have to find a completely new place. But with this happening, I was unemployed for so long, I have no money because unemployment has gone back to me and I just I don't know what to do next and I can't handle it if I can't be with them.

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Do you have any friends or family members where you can go stay for temporarily?

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Oh, no. I mean, that was my job to see if I could stay at his place. That would be that would be fun.

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OK, all right. So let's work on first of all, it's OK to cry. It's OK to be upset. But I understand that you need to get out of there. So what did your dad say?

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He said the house is always open. Get any questions? That's amazing.

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And that's what your dad should do in the house is always open. And you will come any time. God damn right.

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And like you said, it'll be fine. So I think for you, like, start getting your stuff together, you know, make arrangements so that you can go in and deal with this head on emotionally for yourself. And thank you so much for calling him in. Well, I think right now it's probably not the best time. You guys are very emotional. And like you said, you've been seeing a therapist. You feel that he needs to do what he needs to make that commitment for himself.

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I think for you, you need to understand, I don't know that this is the end. This is goodbye, but maybe I do need space. He said he needs some time and so give him that time. But hopefully he'll work on himself during that time. And for you, I'm glad and I'm happy. It's positive that you're working on yourself. I think it's dope that you're going to see a therapist.

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I think you really need to tell me.

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Right, right. Right.

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Now, you are the most important person, and that's OK for you to take care of you. And if that means seeking professional help, I think it's, you know, amazing and inspiring that you're doing that you have some place to go. You can go to your dad's house. You yourself said that would be fun. You know, get your stuff together, get out, let him have his space, work through things himself and you work through things yourself.

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Maybe once you all are OK, separately, individually, then maybe you will come back together or maybe you'll find something better at some point. But in the meantime, it's OK to be upset, continue going to therapy, spend some time with your dad, spend some time with your friends, do things that make you happy and own the fact that, yes, your feelings are hurt and there's nothing wrong with that.

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And there's better things out there. You don't need him, but everyone keeps telling me, yeah, he does better things out there for you.

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You don't need him. You're strong, you're beautiful. And you got this. All right. And you can call it any time you need to. We don't judge this is not Judge Mizo. That's right.

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And we slept with him, too. And he slept with them, too. That's how he knows this.

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Better things out there and shut up.

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They said that I am happy marriage, but he just said it so matter of factly, OK, I've had better things out there. We don't we don't need nothing.

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I just thought it better to know what makes you good luck. We wish you the best. Have we made you?

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Hey, every once in a while. All right. I remember Angela's a strong and powerful. You got this. Yeah, we are. Yes, we are.

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There you go. All right. Thank you. All right. I hate you, Charlotte.

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Maybe, but they call him right now. See what I know she's not.

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She's going to gather her things together, get to her father's house. That's right, baby. It's so great if you say this other penis is out there. I didn't say that. You got to do great things out of hand before it is things out there. Girl, this age we got room on the way.

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I they say that. Wow. Speaking of which, let's talk about August Arsinoe now. He recently did an interview with People magazine and he talks about, again, why he had to reveal the affair that he had with Jada Pinkett Smith. All right. We'll get into that. Next is The Breakfast Club.

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Good morning. The Breakfast Club. Morning, everybody is the envy, Angela ye shall I mean the guy we are, the Breakfast Club. Let's get to the room is the so-called guest house seat.

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Listen, this just in. All the guys got the report, got its original report, The Breakfast Club.

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Now, August Dassin, I did an interview with People magazine where he talks about why he had to address these rumors with Jada Pinkett Smith and confirm them. He said, I never really cared about what people thought of me, but my personal life started to seep into my business life. There were certain falsities about me and it affected my business relationships. I could understand why I would look like I'm reckless or disrespectful. So I really started to affect my livelihood and I'm never OK with that.

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So people apparently thought that he was trying to date Jada Pinkett Smith and he was disrespectful to Will Smith and it was hurting his reputation and hurting his opportunities. And he said those the actions just became too much for him to handle. So because Jada Pinkett Smith refused to come forward, he did it instead. And as you know, Jada Pinkett Smith did confirm on red tape talk that she did indeed have a relationship with August Dossena and that her and Will Smith were separated at the time.

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Well, I heard August explain that when he did the interview with you, Angela, and I heard him explain that with little Wayne. Now I'm hearing him explain it again. So that leads me to believe that nobody's listening to what he's saying. And guess what? August is because nobody cares about the truth when the lie is more entertaining.

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I don't care that all his life was impacted by this.

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They just want to hear about, you know, him, his relationship, having having an entanglement. That's it. Seriously.

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Right. Some people are upset that he spoke out about it.

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And, you know, he did a song about it and he was wrong about the regrets it. All right. Jason Mitchell, you know him, of course, formerly from the shy and from straight out of Compton. He's got a new role coming and it's a big one. He's going to be portraying Sean Bell in a biopic. He's portraying the life of Sean Bell. Yes, Sean Bell was only twenty three and he had just finished celebrating his bachelor party with his dad and two friends when cops opened fire on their car and they were investigating a nearby strip club.

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And they believe that Sean Bell and the guys were armed, but they were not. So they did end up settling with Sean Bell's family for seven million dollars four years later. But three of the cops who opened fire were fully acquitted. So Jason Mitchell is going to be portraying Sean Bell.

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And that's why I don't like movies like that. You know, I mean, I'm happy that the family is going to get money because nothing has changed.

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Sean Bell was, what, over ten years ago? Yeah, you know what I mean. And nothing has changed with the relationship between police and the black community. Nothing has changed when it comes to police reform. We're still fighting situations like that to this day. So it's just like, you know, movies just like that just just keep triggering us and triggering that trauma man.

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Just like Storm over Brooklyn, like we're talking about Yusef Hawkins, where it was a racial incident. And, you know, he still has not completely gotten justice. And that was back in 1989. And so this was Sean Bell was in 2006. And so the name of the movie is Fifty Shots. That's a reference to the fifty bullets that cops fired that killed Sean Bell. That's going to be tough. And they filming that. Incredible. Yeah.

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All right. Comedy Central has canceled the show during history after six seasons, and they're not returning for a seventh season, you know, due to the pandemic. And they're going to be focusing a lot more on adult animated shows. You know, they picked up the diarrhea spin off Jodie and the reboots for Beavis and Butthead and the Rent and Stimpy show as well. You know what?

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I would love to see Comedy Central pick up. I would love to see Comedy Central pick up the eighty five s show Roach Motel cartoon with Chico being Carlos Miller in DC Young Fly. That Roach motel that they'd be doing on YouTube is hilarious.

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I would love the time that I would be able to get there. Yeah, this show is hilarious.

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All right. And Elon Musk, the Tesla CEO, is now the world's fourth richest person, by the way. He cemented that spot. His net worth grew seven point eight billion dollars when shares of Tesla went up 11 percent on Monday.

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He's doing a lot of great things. I'm hoping that the solar panel thinks that he's doing really, really catch. You know, if you have shingles on your house, he's actually doing a new shingle where it's actually a solar panel. So it doesn't look as big and bulky as some of the solar panels.

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Yeah, so he's worth eighty four point eight billion dollars now. Wow. Sheesh. And I see he also just got some more funding for his space. So that's pretty amazing.

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You don't need to manually fund it yourself. All that money you make in saying that because I got stuck in it. All right. I'm Angelie and that is your rooma report.

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All right. Thank you so much. Yeah. Now Shout to revolt. We'll see you tomorrow. Everybody else. The People's Choice mixes up next. Get your request in is The Breakfast Club. Good morning.

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Good morning, everybody. Is C.J. Envy, Angela Ye Charlemagne, the guy we are The Breakfast Club. Now, earlier today, we were talking about Kamala Harris. And are people mad at her because she's an AK and there's still so many people on the line and wanted to talk about. Yeah, you know, last night during her speech, Comilla said your whole just be hating because I'm a light skinned AK and, you know, the hateful Licky Nakase is real.

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And she didn't say. But let's go to the phone lines. She did not.

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Hello, this is Jay. Jay. What's happening, brother? Jay, please keep what's going on.

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You. Hey, how are you? Good. So I don't want to go out there. I'm a sigma so they a bit of my sorority sisters. OK, be honest with you. I get to kiss my mother the same. I don't hate on nobody. But I mean, just be honest with you. If my kids place anything other than six months later, good luck. Don't ask me for nothing like a people.

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You can be approachable so you ain't messed up. Your daughter becomes the a.k.a. envy is over.

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Why? What if she wants to be naked? Because Senator Kamala Harris has influenced her, inspired her and she wants to be part of the Divine Nine.

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She just don't want to be a state MP without speaking English. The person.

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Jesus Christ. I came here and he said that matter of fact, here in Israel, little by no pizza. Goodness gracious. All right.

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Well, listen, you know, I got to remind you this every single day, but make sure that you guys vote. And if you are not registered to vote or if you need any type of information checks, leave us to seven, eight eight, six, eight, three. That's how you can get registered. That's how you can find out whatever date you need to know. That's how you can find out all your voting. How tos from Rock the Vote.

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Levi's has teamed up with Rock the Vote. They want to get as many people as possible registered and ready to vote this fall. It's important we come back. We got the positive note.

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Don't Move is the Breakfast Club. Good morning. Morning, everybody. Is D.J. Envy, Angela Ye Charlemagne, the guy we are the Breakfast Club.

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So next week is your day, right?

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Yes, that's going to be on Friday, August twenty eighth it is day. So we're going to have SOCA artist Kest performing from Trinidad, also live from Jamaica. Well, live to tape really. We'll have Beanie Man. We'll have Christopher my in D Major Ozzy, who else is performing well in Virgo, which I'm super excited about Queen Africa here in New York. We already taped for that part. So we have heard celebrity. We have Josh X, we have cranium, we have no apower.

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It's going to be really dope. I'm super excited for it. So get ready to party with us because it's going to be a all day celebration. And Power-One, if I play one, is involved. Of course we have Ray and Nephew, which is like the official Rhum of Jamaica. So if you've ever had a real rum punch, you know, that's made with Ray and Nephew and they've been in Jamaica for since eighteen, twenty five, so they've been around for quite some time.

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So yes, I'm excited. I'm right. All right. I can't wait for a lot of work right now, but I'm excited for it and I.

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Well, Charlamagne, you've got a positive note. Yes, I do. I want to tell you, I never stopped doing your best just because someone doesn't give you credit. And if you're doing your best, you won't have any time to worry about failure. Breakfast Club.

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