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Peace to the planet is Friday. What's happening, what's going on is Friday. We still have a new president, huh? Oh, not yet, but we're getting closer.
I think I don't know, even day. I think today is the day.
I mean, Joe Biden took the lead in Georgia, dropping the bombs for Georgia, damage to things like 60 Abraham to you in the shower.
You might have to reset the. Are you in a bathroom, one of the other part of how you broke out the door in the bathroom? No, I don't know. This sounds like sounds like the echo, like that bathroom echo water. And that's a river. It had a river, but yeah. So we lived in Georgia about, what, 800 points, I think. A hundred votes.
A hundred votes, something like that. But Novarro, you do really have to salute Stacey Abrams and you have to salute the MGP. I can't I can't pronounce the young lady's name is NCGUB Hottie. But you know, Stacey Abrams really change the culture of how people vote in Georgia, right? Yeah, that's a great thing.
Well, today, I'm not going to say I mean, I just I just understand why more Democrats don't don't don't start taking advantage of that, Shimazaki. You know, I mean, go down. Well, I'm from South Carolina and North Carolina and Georgia and all those places and, you know, engage with those black people and energize those black people to come out and vote. So where they go, because they don't come a party not on the East Coast, I don't remember any of them being up in New York, New Jersey.
They spent a lot of money in the places that they don't have to spend money. And really, I mean, of course, the battleground states, but it can be new battleground states. Georgia is proving that, you know, New York, California, New York, California, good. Kerry going blue every time there is a good going going go engage with us countryfolk. All right. Well, this morning we got a great show. Busta Rhymes will be joining us for a hot second.
Yeah, I hate Zoom interviews. Me, too. So, you know, Busta Rhymes is not so much a lot of interviews we had to do this year that I hate that they're on his own. Busta Rhymes is one of them. Definitely not with another one. Phylicia Rashad is another one. Like I hated that Buju Banton was another one. I hated having to do those on his own. Yeah, that sucks, too. But he's here with us for a split second on his own.
If a little bit we go we're going to talk to Boston in in depth some other time, but we kick it with he got a new project coming out so we can talk about a little bit later extinction level this right now. Yep.
And it also, of course, is joining us. Oh, Miss Wallace, this Voletta Wallace and Wayne Barrow. That's right, because the notorious B.i.g. Christopher Wallace is getting inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame tomorrow. That's right. This week it's on HBO. Max, if I'm not mistaken, about 8:00 p.m., we're going to talk to him about that. That's right. Amongst other things, OK? Friday, God damn. Who knows what might happen?
I got to stop thinking, God damn it. I mean, keep me safe, devil damn it. But it keeps coming. God damn it. All the way.
My goodness. You've got front page news coming up. What we talking about? Yes. We are going to talk about the election. Of course, this is what we're all keeping our eye on. Will we have a winner today?
Not if Trump has anything that everybody can tell you. We'll tell you what Donald Trump has been saying on social media that has been, quote, misleading about an election or other civic process. So it keeps getting flagged. All right.
I'm a miss that guy, but I think he'll make a better civilian than president because he's he's very entertaining because not when he's the president. All right.
It's a breakfast club. Good morning, everybody. Is T.J. and Angela. Yes. I mean, the guy we are, the Breakfast Club, is getting some front page news there.
Last Thursday Night Football, the Packers beat the 49ers. Thirty four.
Seventeen football season. Wow.
Who knows what else we talk about? Easy. We are going to talk about Donald Trump now. He's making a lot of baseless claims. And one of those claims is that there is fraud. He's saying all of this, by the way, with no evidence.
If you count the legal votes easily win. If you count the illegal votes, they can try to steal the election from us if you count the votes that came in late. We're looking at them very strongly. I've already decisively won many critical states despite historic election interference from big media, big money and big tech. As everyone now recognizes, media polling was election interference in the truest sense of that word upon a close bonds with Donald Trump.
Big consistency, baby. I can prove it all. Someone he didn't say thinks he can. Big consistency. Donald Trump. He's been saying things for four years. He's on Brand. Yes.
All right. Donald Trump's also attacking Detroit and Philly.
Detroit and Philadelphia, known as two of the most corrupt political places anywhere in our country, cannot be responsible for engineering the outcome of a presidential race in Pennsylvania. Democrats have gone to the state Supreme Court to try and ban our election observers. Now, we won the case, but they don't want anybody in there. They don't want anybody watching them as they count the ballots. And I can't imagine why there's absolutely no legitimate reason why two of the blackest, most colored, corrupt cities in America.
I love Detroit and Philly, by the way. All right. And in addition to that, he has filed a flurry of lawsuits in some of these states, including Georgia and Pennsylvania, trying to halt the vote counting there. Here's where he says the results will end up.
It's not a question of who wins, Republican or Democrat. We can't be disgraced by having something like this happen. So it will be hopefully cleared up maybe soon. I hope soon, but it'll probably go through a process, a legal process. And ultimately, I have a feeling judges are going to have to rule. But there's been a lot of shenanigans and we can't stand for that and. Thank you very much. You know, first of all, I don't think he believes he's lying.
I think he absolutely believes what is coming out of his mouth. But what's sad about everything he's saying is his supporters believe it, OK, the only thing that's happening in this election right now is called MAFF. All right. People are counting votes and it's just more votes for Senator Kamala Harris and Joe Biden. It's not rocket science people. One hundred three million early votes, absentee ballots, mail in ballots. It takes a while to count those things, that's all.
Do I think America's election process is primitive? Yes, it takes too long, but we'll get there. And Trump might as well just say, if you only count my votes, I will win. Just count my vote.
That's next. OK, just count my votes and I will win. All right. Right.
And yes, so and by the way, I just want to say, we've had another high yesterday. One hundred and over one hundred and twenty thousand cases of coronavirus in the United States. Before that, we had high on Wednesday with one hundred thousand.
Now we're at over one hundred and twenty thousand fraudulent Friday that Donald Trump said they're fraudulent. Right. Donald Trump said it's all fraudulent. Those aren't real cases where all the legal cases are only.
By the way, the only person making a mockery of the voting process, making a mockery of the election is President Donald Trump. That's it. Because he's a sore loser. All right.
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You got a minute, guys? Grab my and dad. I have two questions.
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You voted for Biden and Harris. You there was nothing. Get it off my chest. My oh I was just calling you guys because I haven't talked to you guys in forever. So think about the drama, you know, giving people a platform for their music and he's always like show love.
And we said drummers ain't got no platform blind beauty. He said that. Yes, I went on his platform. I'm not a hater, but go ahead. Thank you.
It's that for me anyway. Gotta go back out to him, you guys, and then also to you. I've been able to work with some people that have been affected by the pandemic. And it just really had me thinking, like I've had people talk me out because they haven't gotten their funds and all kinds of stuff. And it just had me thinking like nobody owes you anything ever, whether it's music getting through on the phone to the Breakfast Club, nobody owes you anything.
And I feel like once people realize that, you know, the decision that they make in life, well, I don't know. Like nobody knows nothing. If somebody out there please let me tell you, nobody owes you nothing. Nothing. I agree with you. All right. Now so but hey, I love you.
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What movie is that was we did man a white male black culture for one time in America would be proud of to America. We are helping drive by and get into the office, not the white women's black America. Detroit, Milwaukee. Feeling a little brother brother. My brother is great. Oh my brother has been that way for decades. And that is exactly why black people and it's exactly why black people want something for their vote and they're demanding something for their vote.
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Hello. Who's this? Why do you keep hanging up on people so fast? I didn't do anything. Hello. This year, keep your key foot up. Get it off your chest. Yo, yo. I just want to talk real quick about the election because I did vote for Donald Trump, OK? We all make mistakes. Yeah. Is what it is. But I just want to say, because I know a lot of people I love you put it out.
But I think just like all the the election is rigged, like you believe in America, first of real, you would not only trust the process, but you are allowed this guy to steal the election and say, I respect you. I respect you not only as an American, but I respect you as the Trump supporter because you're not delusional, you know what I mean? Like, you understand that this process is fair and square and it's simple math.
He's been losing all night.
He's like I've watched him like he's been losing all night, like all night. And fighting is going to win. It is what it is. But another thing is that Democrats and Republicans got to understand that we need to stick together. Nobody is nobody enemy here. And if we're talking about America first, this is the right hard to tell. Really. Stand by that. All right. All right. With you. Hey. Hello. Who's this?
Hey, what's up, man? Jeremy, man, I'm calling to roll right now. I do want to go.
What's up, brother? Going to Florida failed everybody in the election, but I mean, we knew they were going to go, right? Yeah. Yeah, I do. How we do nobody. But OK, we do what I doing this morning. I'm blessed, black and highly favored. What's happening King. Thank you man. So look what I wanted to talk about, man. We're doing a lot of people who voted for Trump. Now I understand other every day.
You know, the day before yesterday I was talking about how, you know, there's other variables that somebody has to watch for Trump other than racism. Sexism. Yes, exactly. Now, one of the reasons that I see a lot of people talking about it because they feel like God told them to vote for me. Now, I'm not religious, but, you know, I read my Bible every day, you know, and I preach to the most afraid of Jesus, but I feel like don't don't trust God in the same boat because Trump is so far away from what God represents and for what Demons represents.
You know nothing about it and say, you know, he didn't do the medicine, so to speak. When you do that, there it is. You know, there's a lot of people who would listen to that and take it and say, oh, OK, I don't care about the abortion stuff. You know, the Bible doesn't I mean, the Bible tells us, you know, abortion. Well, not necessarily abortion, but you know what I mean.
But I. I do I do believe everything is God's word. Okay. You know what I mean. Even when when when when it's something that you don't want to happen is teaching you a lesson. And I think Donald Trump woke America up in the past four years in a way that we'll never be able to see the things we've seen in the last four years. So now we can really we can really correct some of the problems that exist in America now instead of acting like they don't exist.
That's what we do. And why Trump belief? Well, we got to know what I'm getting, you know, but I think I just don't think I think the election of Donald Trump is God's world. Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. In fact, everything everything worked together for the good. It was a little more important. Oh, yeah. There you go. I want to say, man, I wanted to say I appreciate you. I mean, I love you.
I let me keep doing it. Congratulations on getting it done already. I'll phone you to. Thank you, brother. Thank you.
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It's just in all the some guy the rumor reports gossip. It's the rumor report. The Breakfast Club. Well, we talked about this yesterday, Pastor Carl Lentz was let go from Hillsong, now he's the one that was mentoring Justin Bieber and everybody was like, well, how does a pastor get fired? Right. Well, apparently he says he was unfaithful in his marriage and that's what happened. He did a long post. He said our time at Hillsong has come to an end.
This is a hard ending to what has been the most amazing, impacting and special chapter in our lives. He goes on to talk about his responsibilities and he said, when you lead out of an empty place, you make choices that have real and painful consequences. I was unfaithful in my marriage, the most important relationship in my life, and held accountable for that. This failure is on me and me alone, and I take full responsibility for my actions.
I now begin a journey of rebuilding trust with my wife, Laura and my children and taking real time to work on and heal my own life and seek out the help that I need or dropping the clues about the path to college.
I told you, I totally disagree with how Hillsong handled past the call. And still, you know what is a moral failure? Like, no man is perfect. We all fall short, the flesh is weak, we fall down, but we get up or whatever the hell, Donnie McClurkin said, putting out press releases saying he got fired. How do you fire a pastor and why is it in a press release like when you're a church, what happened to redemption?
What happened to forgiveness? Handling things in house, that it's just lame, kind of crazy. And infidelity should be between a husband, a wife and God. I would tell everyone at Hillsong, including Brian Houston, who we've had up here, that the brother that came up and prayed for the causes. It's not I tell Brian Houston, what do your sins look like?
When have you failed morally? Should God fire you like? I don't I don't I don't like that.
But we also don't know if there was more to it than this. But he thanked the pastors. He thanked Brian and Bobby. He said, thank you for allowing us to lead, allowing us to thrive and giving us we don't have a voice that you have never stifled to try to silence. Thank you for your grace and kindness, especially in this season, as you have done so much to protect and love us through this. Well, guess what?
If it is more than just the church going to look crazy, because if it's more than this, whatever it is, infidelity, I'll just chalk it up as a moral failure. You don't I mean, if it's just if it's just a Mormon.
I'm not saying we don't know what happened behind the scenes of this cheating. Got messy and deal with the church. We don't know. But he's not. It looks like he's taking full responsibility for everything.
And but I grew up Jehovah's Witness. And this feels like when you get disfellowshipped, I don't like it. Like, I think that you posed to bring people in, especially when you are a church or religious organization.
The problem is we just don't know the whole story. Well, they said it's a moral failure.
So guess what? If it's worse than a moral failure to church, go look for just chalking it up as a moral failure.
I don't like it. All right.
Now, Reginette Carter, I want an apology from people who supported Donald Trump and that would include her father, I would assume, because she said she posted after hearing this last press conference by Trump. If you supported him in any way, you should give us a public apology. Like right now. That was embarrassing. Yeah, she's talking to a dad to question.
She knew she was going to get crazy backlash for that, right? Did she? I didn't see it. I don't I don't even see that poster. You said it just now, but did she get crazy backlash for saying that the people coming down are like, oh, what about your dad?
I'm sure he did.
Well, it was on an Instagram story, so we can't see what people said. Oh, we can see is that it was posted on all the blogs and that's fine.
No, I mean, you know, you can have a difference of opinion then your father.
Absolutely. It didn't end well for his fiancee, though, I guess. All right. Now, G- Haribo is looking to hire somebody and he wants to pay them to be his personal role.
And how much you think that's worth? A personal blunder? Well, I don't know. Just ten dollars now, I don't know. All right, here's what he had to say.
Are willing to make thirty six thousand a year ready to pay him off the day to roll up, as all you get was all I got is one because I'm letting you smoke before you around grill just real low lying Flambeau like I love smoking.
Way too much to hate Roland as much.
Just pay your assistant, your assistant out a roll.
That's what I would do by buy a joint roll of Amazon. They wrote and wrote columns for you.
I mean, if you got it, got somebody. Thirty six thousand a year, though, the only problem is this, right? Do you have to be on call all the time? Yeah, no, I think that's high.
No, that's not as real as I think.
Still has a role to roll to my ten twenty years and you can't do your own stuff like you can't get another job, you can't do your own stuff. That's all. You'll have a job.
But what he said is true to your role, like five or six a day, probably ten a day or so.
And get out the way you get to smoke for free. Why don't you buy a joint your it'll be settled on Amazon. I don't know. All right, well, that is your report. I'm Angela Yee. All right. Thank you, Miss. Yea. Now, when we come back, we got front page news, what we're talking about.
We're going to keep on giving you these updates and tell who is going to be the next president is announced.
All right. We'll get into that next. Don't forget, Busta Rhymes will be joining us next hour to. So The Breakfast Club morning, the Breakfast Club, your mornings.
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Morning everybody. Is T.J. and Angela. I mean, the guy we are, the Breakfast Club is getting some front page news now. On Thursday Night Football, the Packers beat the San Francisco 49ers, 34 17. Now, what else we got? Easy.
Well, as you know, if you're watching what's happening with the election, Biden has taken the lead in Georgia, which is traditionally Republican, and he's also gaining on Donald Trump in Pennsylvania. You know, those million votes was really giving him the edge right now as Joe Biden was encouraging people to vote by mail. Donald Trump was encouraging people not to vote by mail. So that's why people are wondering how this is happening. Well, they're counting those million ballots.
And Joe Biden was the one that was really getting people to vote by mail. Now, Donald Trump has also been making all these election fraud claims with no evidence. These are unfounded claims. Here's what he said.
If you count the legal votes, I easily win. If you count the illegal votes, they can try to steal the election from us if you count the votes that came in late. We're looking at them very strongly. I've already decisively won many critical states despite historic election interference from big media, big money and big tech. As everyone now recognizes, media polling was election interference in the truest sense of that word.
Trump might as well say, If you only count my votes, I will win. Just count my votes, don't count my marriage votes, just my vote and I will win.
So he was yelling for people to stop the count, but then when his advisers told them, well, then you'll definitely lose. Then he started. He switched to stop the fraud.
You don't realize how silly things sound until a 12 year old ask you like my daughter was like, but if he stops the car, won't you lose?
And I'm like, yeah, why would you want to count the stuff?
And, you know, I think it's offensive also because state by state, that's how they decide how they they count their ballots. And so I think people are also offended because you want in your state, every person's vote to be able to count. You want your process to be respected. And he's not respecting the process from these local leaders.
And it looks right when you telling them to stop the count in states that you're losing would keep counting in states that you still have a chance of winning. So does it sound silly sometimes if anyone with a Sharpie situation is Sharpie gate, they're calling it a good.
All right. Now, Donald Trump also is saying that this is going to end up in Supreme Court.
It's not a question of who wins, Republican or Democrat. We can't be disgraced by having something like this happen. So it will be hopefully cleared up maybe soon. I hope soon, but it'll probably go through a process, a legal process. And ultimately, I have a feeling judges are going to have to rule. But there's been a lot of shenanigans and we can't stand for that in our country. Thank you very much.
Are no shenanigans. There are no fraud. The only thing that's happening is an election is called math. People are counting votes, 103 million early votes, absentee ballots, mail in ballots. It just takes a while to count those things. Simple is that people.
OK, now, if you're in Georgia, you can also check the status of your absentee ballot. If you voted there, just check that. And if it was rejected, you have until 5:00 p.m. to fix it, 5:00 p.m. today and make sure that your vote counts.
And salute to Stacey and Stacey Abrams with our Breakfast Club Monday. And, you know, I asked her, you know, when did when did Georgia become a battleground state? And you really got to salute her and all the beautiful black people in Georgia on the ground who have changed the culture of voting in Georgia. Stacey Abrams and her and her folks made Georgia a battleground state. She deserves all her flowers dropping clues. Absolutely.
Yes. I was watching the news and they were saying that the APRON'S is really the reason that Georgia has become this battleground state. She's been saying that it should be considered that it doesn't have to be Republican. And she was absolutely right after she ran for governor. She definitely, I think, inspired a lot of people to want to make sure they are involved in the process. And she's been super vocal.
She needs to be somebody. She deserves all the flowers. Give her Popeye's chicken sandwich, gift cards, stop reading. I'm saying that because when she was on the Breakfast Club one time, she her mouth watering. Was you talking about that, Popeye? A chicken sandwich? I don't remember. I do exactly like that, for example, drop include my Stacey games again got. All right, well, that is your front page news. All right, thank you, Missy.
Now, when we come back, Busta Rhymes, the OG, the legend will be joining us.
Extinction level event part two is out right now, by the way. I hate talking to Busta Rhymes of his own. We got to have this.
We got to do this in person. Is extinction video. I don't think it's extinction level event. This is extinction level of the level event.
Is it a bit? It is. Yes. OK, well then he will be talking to him.
We'll be playing some joints too. So don't move us to Breakfast Club. Good morning.
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Oh, man. Thank God. Good morning. Rise and Grind. And, you know, is this a super honor? And a pleasure to finally be on the Breakfast Club in the morning in person.
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But I've never been down there, you know, you know, extinction level event to that's the project that's out right now. Eleven years in the making, this album seems more like a reminder to who and what black black people are. Why do you feel like this was a divine moment?
The release that actually me Angel wrote, I, I wanted to release the album before and now I'll be honest with you, I don't think any anybody especially is an artist. The passion that I have. I don't think what we love to do. I just didn't have circumstantially a lot of things playing out in a way that just wasn't the line. The stars just wasn't a line. And for me to put it out, what I thought the album deserved and what I saw how that album should be treated like.
This is probably the first time that I ever literally put all of myself mind, body and spirit, money, time, patience, every dream, every thought, every emotion, every idea, the years of of trying to find the comfort to actually share a vulnerability for the first time in a way that I never have. And I just felt like, you know, I was I was exploring options with these record companies that was is showing me that they really deserve to have this body of work, to show me the enthusiasm and the excitement and and just the willingness to support this in the way that you're seeing happening now with the phenomenal rollout and the campaigning.
And, you know, just just the presence that the regulars have having offline and online in this way. Nobody showed me that until I got into business with Empire. And that took time. I confront a long time. A long time. And you know something in the process, man, I learned a lot because patience ended up becoming my one of my greatest weapons. You know, I'm saying I learned how to be patient in a lot of situations while being forced to be patient in this.
All the way down to how I dealt with my kids, you know what I'm saying? So it was good for me. It was good for me personally, and it was good for me creatively and it was good for me professionally. And it ended up working out in a way that superseded my every level of expectation for me personally. Like when you were the queen, Angelilli said, how you doing? And I said, I'm feeling like I'm literally floating on my own mother playing the energy.
I mean that literally to the last syllable of this of the saying, because it's it's been a lot of hard work. But I never really thought the album from Busta Rhymes. I've had a bunch of classic moments in milestone moments. I'm not tremendously blessed career, but I've never had an album received this kind of overwhelming love and support from everybody, from the fans, the extended family that my peers, you know, other artists and athletes and just even all the like.
You know how y'all let me take the whole station off for the weekend, like, it's just been beautiful, man. And I'm I'm a real happy and proud of this moment, dude, you know, undescribable way. But again, it's a divine perspective. It do feel divine, Solomon, and it feels divine in the sense of its soul on time.
Even know what took so long to get to this point. And it was it planned to take this long and feel so perfect timing wise feeling was the energy, obviously the content and the perfect balance of science. And he you know, we come from the area of God, you know, said you to envy, you know, about that when God's had a significant presence. You know, we was raised in that time where knowledge of itself was important.
Being smart was cool. You know, the Zulu Nation was running around. So I'm from that area. I always feel a duty, an obligation to give people a good balance and a good and good balance of science.
And he in some of those moments on this project that the record master master far Muhammet. Right. Powerful record, I'm sure. Mad people Googling Massive Muhammet now because of that record. Why Ross? Why Ross for that reason, why pick Ross? That is because Ross and a lot of us had been directly influenced by Master Ford, whether we realize it or not. You know, I'm saying Master Ford was a man that came here from the Middle East.
And, you know, he came to Detroit a little bit before the nineteen thirties and he gave it knowledge of self to Elijah Muhammad. And in the process is is what makes him incredible in the sense of why we name the song Master Ford Muhammad. You know, we all obviously like to dress up. You don't saying we all like to look good even when we dressing down at the look good by that great pride and that great part of excellence in black people in what to do when wanting to present ourselves a certain way.
But from the black excellence perspective, that whole mentality, that's the Ford had a significant role in instilling that in black man at the time when it was important. So it was going door to door in the knowledge itself to the common man, black people in the process, the way he gave that knowledge itself, he was selling silks to attract the attention of the common man in order to give them the science and give them the information. Yeah, no doubt also in the process of dealing with them, with the skills, you know, you go to looking at the silk materials of the different colours and, you know, giving you all of these options to keep your time occupied while he's giving you jewels.
Also, while he's helping you realize the significance of how you present yourself as a civilized person. So now he transformed these people into people with knowledge of self and the nation of Islam. And that's why you see, you know, the Nation of Islam dress code with the bow ties and the and so, you know, that influence spread to our culture without us realizing, you know, we we like to dress up. Mm hmm. Oh, that's what I would say next to Mohammed.
So Silk's going door to door give analysis. The brothers did and wanted more. We are a nation of brothers. Such a wonderful force of strength of the Koran and we wanted to source. So it's like Ross perspective and information like that coming from Ross, who's actually not five percent and he's not Muslim is important to me because now it's coming from somebody who is. Not a man in Islam, but it's also a black man. Witness to the truth and his reach and his ability to also show black man it ain't necessarily five percent or nation of Islam.
It's OK to research this information and be proud of it, even if you not a member of the nation or the Guardian or the Nation of Islam. So that's why it was strategically done in that way.
We got more with Busta Rhymes when we come back. Matter of fact, let's get into a joint that I don't even know why I didn't make the album. This is Busta Rhymes and Drake is The Breakfast Club. Good morning. That was the Drake and Boston. Good morning, everybody. Is D.J. and Angela living together?
We are the Breakfast Club. So whatever happened to that record? What did you do with it? You and Drake record?
Let me explain. That was a hard record. Let me explain. Explain that record.
I couldn't understand why D.J. wouldn't play that record. That record was a tough record.
And you the. Thank you. I'm being honest with you. The record was never made with the intention of it being the Busta Rhymes song. What ended up happening when when Diddy what originally happened? Then he was working on the Dirty Money album, White Girls from Danity Kane. I forget the Queens names.
Dun dun dun dun. I forgot that this is the name of Don Knotts, right. So those two queens, they was working with Diddy on that album and that album at the time that he was looking for four verses and songs for that album. So I was in a session at and I forget what he was recording it, but I played him a few beats from J Dilla because I got this unbelievable batch of jellybeans that he left me with before he passed and went back to the essence.
But in any event, I'm real selective with who I give it to. I think the only person that I've given any of my garbage to was Raekwon, the chef only built for Kubelik part. Wow. And he blessed me with the opportunity to execute that project and have been gone since, like, you know, like all three I believe. Oh, I haven't really spread out his music because I want to make sure I'm putting his music in the hands of worthy candidates.
That's going to wrap his music right. Keep his legacy alive. Building was in a dope space creatively. That was different from any other like the super mainstream records that Diddy is known for making and the club record. So he was in another space creatively. The Village Voice fit what he was trying to be sonically. So I gave him these three, four beats. He ended up giving Drake input. He took two of the Dilla beats and turned them into one song.
But did you hear how it starts with one B? And then when it's time to rhyme, when Drake comes in, it goes into another big different. Did he put them together for one song? Did he gave it to Drake Drake the right versus the the song. This song didn't get finished did he. Played it for me and I told him to give it to me, let me finish it. Feel so that he could use this song and I could be a part of this project.
And that's how we've been evolving over the years. It's like a pop. But did he play me some? If you feel like he got something where I could get him, we are feeling I'm a jump in a double Dutch role. You know, this was one of those moments to me flaming. Here was another one of those moments. Jimmy, take the wheel like I'll come to the studio and they'll just it'll be a blank that is filled filling.
And I'll just I'll be like, I got something for that. And it happened.
So I'm saying because it's feel like those two records were tailor made for you three. Yeah. Victory flavor like leaving you remix both.
Yeah, both of those. The I, I wasn't like I think I got the call for victory. He needed to hook for victory. I heard about slavery happening and when I called Diddy to get on it it was like of course. But then I was like at the time I was trying to break my campaign. So I was like, yo, I got Rampage, my new artist. And he was like, I if I put him on what I was going to pay you, you got to renege on that fee and get on you.
Don't Diddy with his hustle and ass. Happy birthday to Diddy anyway. But did he, did he give me like that. And I, I made the sacrifice for my pay to get to look, obviously, you know, it was one of the most incredible opportunities at the top for Rampage to be in such good company as a new artist. And it was worth it. You know, I'm sad, but that's the sacrifice I'm willing to make to get my brothers in position and secure a windfall.
And those blessings come back to fall. And it did you know where Peter was able to get a career out of that? And, you know, the hits came after that? Well, for the night and all the from where I played. So he got a nice aliu so to run with and he ran with it when again, back to the Drake joint with Diddy. You know, when I got the record, I put a verse on it and was trying to get it to Diddy.
And then he ended up not doing nothing with the song. This is all the way back when he was working on that Dirty Money album many years ago, that worked long time ago. So this song is just sitting in the hard drive doing nothing. And then it leaked somehow, like I really didn't even remember. The song was Sit in a hard job. I'm super overprotective of my record, so I don't usually have big issues. You know what I'm saying?
Because of my own hard drives, I lead the mass with my hard drive. I come to the studio with my hard drives. I'm not saving nothing to back backing up, nothing on no tubules, hard drives. And they know me well enough to know that's how I roll. I'm so overprotected with my work and especially using other people because you ain't paid them for a beat shit. No problem with nobody. You don't say so. You know, I'll try to wait until the business handle.
I also try to wait until we know that when we ready to come with the joint, we're going to get supported properly. All of the ducks is lined up, but overall, that's what happens. So when the record leaked, even though you played it and you see there was no support behind the record, it was just floating around. You know, I'm Sam and, you know, it would have been dope if it would have been something that we actually did together.
But for me, I also want to make records. If I make a record with somebody, I don't want it to be some piece together, unofficial. We even have a conversation of doing a record because me and Drake didn't actually have a conversation about doing a record store.
He was dragged in clear. And that was the story that Drake didn't want to clear. He didn't want it out, that that was the story that was was hurt.
But that's because, you know, at the time when Suess was getting into that on his love, he misinterpreted what that song wasn't coming out. And I was trying to straighten that out while he was in the middle of that. You know, I'm saying with giving him the clarity, you know, but the narrative that he put out there at the time, you know, misled, you know, what the actual situation was. But, you know, fortunately, even that that resolved respectfully.
And, you know, the energy is in a better place with that, too. But good. You know, I just we were raised with a certain code of ethics. I want to respect everybody when it comes to this music thing. If we actually didn't have a conversation about CollabNet, I'm not trying to put together no concoction that everybody endorsable calls on it. And that's the way we was raised on the idea. Usually nobody branded get no buzz, and I wouldn't want that done to me.
So I respected it. And until the moment presents itself, you know, we'll see how long it's going to take for collab like that to happen.
If it does, I when we come back, we got more with Busta Rhymes. Let's get into a Busta Rhymes mini mix. It's The Breakfast Club. Good morning. That was a Busta Rhymes mini mix. Morning, everybody. Is D.J. Envy, Angela Ye shall I mean the guy we are, the Breakfast Club. Busta Rhymes is still here.
So how'd you get to ODP Chancellorsville? The old feature was a different thing. These my friend. That's my brother. That's the God, one of the most swifties gods when it comes to knowledge itself. And he was always a high scientist.
You know, they're saying a wise man could act and play the role of a fool, but a fool can't play the role of lightning.
There you go. That was a song you need. As much as he was acting crazy, he's one of the most swith. He was like like like a it was like the gods that was going to be level with that, with the science as to what's a song control these building sessions with the guards that was so out of control that it actually used to be guards afraid to want to partake in these golden sessions. And, you know, that was the old way of doing things.
You know, that that's not the real correct way to handle your likes because you run guards from the nation when you make them afraid to want to be amongst you. But that's how powerful al-Douri was. And, you know, that resonated with me from that can lead into the new school days. He was very powerful as Switchfoot with the science back in the nineties, early in nineteen ninety one we were talking about this is when Rizza was Prince Rakeem and Gisel genius.
And so this happened. Such a long brotherhood and respect with them gods. It just it just led into us doing things together in the studio. We ended up both being on a lecture together. He will return to thirty six chambers before I put out the comment, you know, so, you know, we used to go to like BRP Convention in New Orleans to get a job, remember that. So we was doing all of that together, doing electric showcases at these conventions together.
So we just got that opportunity to go in the studio and do things on a cold them one day. And I pulled up on visit at his house in L.A. and I asked him for the original session because I had a acappella. A Brooklyn Zoo and I had got it from Rick Posada, who was our R.A. at the time, and Elektra and beg him to break Posada had to acappella. So I was able to hear these outtakes from the God that nobody ever heard.
So. And then Booklist. Well, I think we can all agree that was one of the most incredible, unconventional hip hop records. Absolutely. Because the Godi have no hook on them. So, you know, he just blacked out for a whole verse and put a hook at the end of the song. And this is his first single, I Was Man that was saying we all try to worry about hook verse, hook verse, hook songs, song structures, the radio, you go on the studio plus the top like keyboard to beat somebody is in black after a hole was put to hook at the end of the song.
But I said this got to be the most decent, courageous number one. And number two, it was inspiring. I love the songs so much. I actually decided to give me the acappella because we was recording at the studio with government in Long Island called The Music Palace, and All Dirty was out there as the only other artists from the city, Brooklyn, and particularly that would knew about the Music Palace. I didn't think anybody knew about the music.
That's one of the last old analog studios where the two inch tape, real machines and all of that in the studio to this day so that at that time they used to have a dirty record out there to keep him away from the mobs of whom you used to have come into the studio to distract the process. So with the Saudis to bring them all the way out there to get the work done, to minimize the confusion and the distraction. And I used to record the show.
I used to see and hear things that he was doing in the studio that the one never hurts. I will bless me with the acappella. A capella just had music bleeding and on the track because his headphones was too loud. So I want to use that call. Went to the house in L.A. He gave me the original session to Brooklyn Zoo. So when you hear him sing at the top of the song, you and I love you. And he goes, No, I want to do my new mom said, No, no.
You know, this is your resistance to God and your bug, not to self before the beat. Come on, let the world never heard. And I just was like, damn, you know, we we I only do I miss some. It just felt good to hear him in his free spirit space, not get him the about you just vibe into his self. And I know a lot of a lot of hip hop fans in an old dirty bastard.
Supporters miss him. And I just feel like, you know, we always hear about Big Park and playing when we celebrate the anniversary, usually Pashupati birthday, we don't really acknowledge a song enough. And I just felt like this was my way of reminding people that he was one of our great seeing. You know, we need to salute him. And it just would feel good to have one more time on some hard, you know, I'm sick.
This is my way of creating that moment for the God is you help him with his album on electrolyzer.
No, I didn't help him at all. Remember, they asked you to and they will.
They asked me to come in and just just just try to find a moment that I could share with him because I want energy was so similar that, you know, Posada was looking for a moment for us to be able to have a monster collab with him once the energy that we both got individually, but crazy and explosive, that would be with us together. But we didn't get to create that moment for his project, but we did get to create that moment for Buhari remix.
Yeah. You know, being a song, got to have our moment that goes down for ever in history is is a groundbreaking moment. And, you know, I love the God and optimistic God. And I'm always trying to keep his legacy alive now.
But this is why we change the interview so many times, because we can't just have this disrespect.
First, the interview that we like doing this over was like we like we don't ever want to be disrespectful, but when they say a time limit or boss got something to do, we always are like, we can't just have Busta for thirty minutes. He's not a regular order. He's never been it like it so much. We have to dive into it now. We got no we got to rap but I hate it.
That's why we would like to be like especially it's got to be like the best around and bus come in studio. That's when, when, when can he come in the studio. I'm going to be honest with you, I'm so in campaign mode and it just said he wanted to do this tomorrow. I could come to the studio tomorrow we got to we got to do it next week. For real. Yeah. We got down next week where we can really do.
Because the last thing I want to just talk about diverse is nobody wants to put you in versus a, you know, contender I heard and heard of. First, I heard a rumor that was going to be you were missing and now we're going to do records and videos, I was excited and I was excited for that, too. I'm not even going to fly. I was excited for that. I was excited for that because Missy is really like one of my best friends in the music.
And I love her. Right. I love her a lot. She's inspired me. I've inspired her. We're like twins, brother and sister, twins and everything from the music to the videos to the crazy guys outfits we was going for. All of that would have been crazy.
Did it to happen on a small ungracefully sit in the smoking section?
But, you know, if we could do this next week, let me tell you something.
We have to Maggert too many questions. And I got questions like like one of my favorite hip hop records of all time is why we die. So I just want to I want to know why that was never a single. I want to know about that whole collaboration.
But let's say you've got a live hit right now. We got to for next week. We can all get on with Dan in shadow and we'll go from there.
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I'll never be the same.
All right, let's get to the room is let's talk NBA young boy. This is the room. A report with Angela. That's close enough. Well, congratulations are in order for me, young boy, and Miami, whether they are having a baby, they're having a boy because they had an all blue baby shower. So, yes, congratulations.
OK, congrats. I know Floyd already said that his daughter was pregnant and having a baby and that he was happy for her if she's happy. So there you have it. Now, here's another baby that young boy had, and that's with Nicki Minaj. It's just a new song, guys. And the song is called What That Speed About. Listen to a little snippet from that. Is he trying to, you know, trying to play nice place, I want to see what that must do, how your mom.
In front of, you know, pipping, like I said, something like, I'm happy that we can leave our little I don't have bag, I'm a little bit mad and a big, big diamonds on The Changeling. And I had the Skowhegan Kova like a pitched one for me to be good. So we didn't being not with me.
It's a big look and not be patient, which I'll let you know I'm a grown man, which is what that speed about me is that the drug like the meth speed. What was that speed.
But you know, I'm, I'm, I'm old. I don't understand that. The young man's language. I don't. Yeah.
I don't want to speculate on anything that is it's about Vegas, Nevada. Mike Will made it. That's his song, though, and that features Nicki Minaj and young boy. OK, right now, another song out there people are really loving. This is a touching song featuring Mellado. Look at these women all over the place doing it. I love it.
It's a great time for women rappers. And here is part of quarantine.
That be a lot of money going for pennies on this, Sanjay, but they talk a lot about me and my get my phone as well. You know, similar things to me. Catterick got to get in bed. Can't go walking in a black truck. Kind of like the country was shown to be cheaper, quarantining them shot of thing cheaper, pointing a shot at him, trying to drink a local bar. Shake, shake, shake, shake, shake your face.
You're traveling to Boston to change.
You don't see OG 40 plus years old making music that I can understand without having to ask. Nobody I know came from a lot of Man Mellado killing it right now. She is putting in that work right now a lot.
I just know exactly what that song is about. I'm going to ask no questions, OK, I haven't got. All right. Thank you. Think the NBA Players Association has approved the start for the twenty twenty to twenty, twenty one season.
So you guys should be excited about that. That is going to be starting on December 22nd and they're playing seventy two games.
OK, is everybody playing those all the players playing because a lot of people will play so they will need some time to rest their bodies much.
They'll have the same amount of time I believe. Right.
Because now they have time to finalize health and safety protocols. You know, I think they had success by playing in a bubble.
So they learned a lot from that because this season you get ready to move forward, right? Usually in early June and they start back in like October. So, yeah.
So now they did.
We're in September, October, you know, when the season in December 22nd was a little longer than that, right? I mean, in September, I don't remember. And be honest, you come back to the numbers. Are they good?
Now, the NFL has fined the Las Vegas Raiders five hundred thousand dollars and their head coach, Jon Gruden, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. That's because they violated covid-19 protocols.
And, yeah, they apparently is that high because they are repeat offenders. So they had warned them that they would be fined very heavily and it would be higher than what they find. The Tennessee Titans, the reason they were punished severely because Gruden was fired, was fined a hundred thousand for failing to wear a face covering during a game properly against the New Orleans Saints back in September. And in early October, 10 Raiders players were fined by the league.
They actually attended a fundraiser event for charity and did not wear face coverings to that event.
Negro, please. You watch the NFL, you don't even think of it exists. All right. Other than a limited amount of fans being in the stands and a bunch of plays every week, mad people, the lines they travel linemen.
Brown actually contracted the virus later that month and he was placed on the covid-19 list, on the reserve list. So they said he didn't always wear his tracking device because they have to wear these tracking devices. And that contact tracing track tracing helps when a player tests positive. That's how they know.
OK, well, I'm Angela Yee, and that is your room report. All right, thank you, Mrs. Charlamagne. We give that down to, you know, it's Friday. You know, it's a beautiful Friday. I would love for Paula White Cane to come to the front of the congregation.
She is a evangelist's, OK, and this is very interesting. We we're going to talk about God for after all.
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I need to be done with the name, please tell him I had become Donkey of the Day, The Breakfast Club bitch, Red Hot Dog here today for Friday, November 6th, called the megachurch pastor and televangelist Paula White Cain.
Never in the history of life of the last name been more appropriate for a human seat of mayonnaise is heavy on this pale skin, Samwick. OK, I mean, Paula White Cain is a human jar. Helman's in the flesh. I'm talking the thickness of cold sauces. I mean, you can't get more of a mix of oil, egg yolk and an acid either. Vinegar, lemon juice y Charlemagne. Why do you refer to some white people as mayonnaise flavored mammals?
Talk to me. Well, it's just simply because too much mayonnaise ruins every dish you need. Just enough for tuna, just enough for potato salad. Even if you want to put it on a sandwich, just put a little bit one low lightly. OK, keep it simple.
Too much mayonnaise and anything rowans the dish and so is the same with whiteness.
Listen, white people, my name is Charlamagne to God and I'm McKelvie. I'm going to tell you things that nobody else will tell you, OK? I am your people. Everyone knows when you add too much whiteness to something, it ruins it. OK, that's why everybody wants diversity. Because if you allow too many white people to come together and make decisions for the whole of us, it will be a lot of people left with a bad taste in their mouth, a.k.a. too much, goddamn it.
Too much goddamn man.
So it's not lost on me that Paul. His name is Paul, a white cane cane, the first born son of Adam and Eve, who killed his brother Abel because he was jealous that God liked Abels offering more than his own. Paul a white cane. Your name just spells out trouble. White cane like cocaine. What do we call white cocaine? That white girl, do we have to play a game of guess what race it is to tell you what the white cane is?
Have you figured it out already? OK, now let's proceed. Paula White came to live with a prayer service on Wednesday night, which was screamed on Facebook Live. And what was her pray about?
It was an effort to secure one term impeached president, the celebrity in chief Donald Trump's re-election. You can't make this kind of stuff up. God is the best Noha in Plana and apparently comedy script writer. Would you like to hear Paul, a white Cain calling on the African ancestors to deliver Donald Trump a second term in the White House? Let's go.
Angels are being dispatched right now. I the red up dead person, the author. I'm also cathartic to get by the authority are shut off for angels even to distract from Africa right now. Africa right now, Africa right now from Africa. Right now they're coming here in the name of Jesus from South America. They're coming here. Angelic reinforcement, angelic reinforcement, angelic reinforcement.
I feel the need to remind you, all right, now that Satan has a kingdom to also feel the need to remind you that I don't like the way God's time. I pray for the basics of good physical and mental health, divine protection of myself and those I love and constant discernment. That's all I want, OK, everything else I can handle. And even when things aren't going my way, I look for the lesson in what God is attempting to show me.
OK, not Paula White Cane. She thinks she can go Karen on God, ok, she thinks going Karen on God is going to get Trump in the White House. God is not the police. Paula, God don't have to listen to you. Now, wait a minute. One second. Is there more to the prayer? Is there more to the actual prayer? Not the prayer. With the sauce on it, there is more to the actual prayer.
Oh, that is strike and strike and strike and strike until you have victory for every enemy that is aligned against you. Let there be that we would strike the ground for you will give us victory. God, I hear a sound of abundance of rain. I hear a sound of victory. I hear a sound of shouting and singing. I hear a sound of victory. The Lord says it is time.
Now, I'm telling you right now, God, Jesus, the Holy Ghost and Beyonce, they all think that prayer today is Banford is OK. There is a virus attached to that prayer and the virus is called me 019. No mas can prevent the transmission of it and it's literally killed millions. There's only one way to keep me 019 from infecting us all. And that's by adding that source. Yes, a source that black people have that makes everything better.
Listen to what happens when we add some sauce to Paula White's tongue. Just listen.
I also got to get Boston authorities in D.C. I got it here.
I can see that that's that force dropping a bomb for that black people safe. OK, see if a source that black people have that makes the canes of the world and those of us who are able.
Do you hear me? I said the canes of the world are jealous and envy those of us who are able to do the things they are not so much. So they would rather kill their black brothers and sisters by praying to re-elect someone who is a. Direct threat to our very lives now, Paula Kane White understands the source. OK, I don't think she does because Miss Billy Graham Cracker calling on the ancestors from Africa to help Trump. She called on the spirits from Africa and South America to help.
But what she doesn't understand is the spirits have already intervened. See, there is a message and and there's signs all around us. OK, send it to Kamala Harris and Joe Biden. That's our word, because I voted for Senator Harris, not Joe Biden was Senator Kamala Harris and Joe Biden. It looks like they're going to flip. George, you know why?
Because is a spirit who is buried in Atlanta, who call Atlanta home, who is already causing good trouble up in heaven. And he has reminded us of the power of the vote, even from the grave. Listen to your ancestor mine.
Dear friends, your vote is precious, almost sacred. It is the most powerful, nonviolent tool. We have to create a more perfect union.
Not too long ago, people stood in unmovable lines. They had to pass a so-called literacy tests and poll tax. On one occasion, a man was asked to cut the number of bubbles in a bar soap. On another occasion, one was asked to cut the jelly beans on a job or to keep them from testing that ballot. Today, it is unbelievable that there are Republican officials are trying to stop some people from voting.
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Now, when we come back, Miss Voletta Wallace will be joining us.
Bill Biggs, manager, Wayne Barrow, because the notorious B.i.g. Christopher Wallace is getting inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame tomorrow. All right. So we'll talk to him when we come back. That is The Breakfast Club. Good morning.
The Breakfast Club. Back, back, you're checking out the world's most dangerous potential. Morning, everybody, is T.J. Envy, Angela Charlamagne, the guy we are the Breakfast Club. We got some special guest joining us this morning. We have Miss Voletta Wallace. Welcome.
Good morning. Good morning. Good morning. Good morning. Good morning.
And we also have our good friend Wei sitting in the background that he was about to leave, but he ain't going nowhere. Way barrel nowhere up, brother.
I'm blessed and blessed to be blessed. Yeah, man, it's a very special thing happening this weekend to Twenty Twenty Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductions and the late, great Christopher Wallace. The notorious B.i.g. will be inducted into the Twenty Twenty Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. That's a great thing. What does that mean to you? How do you how do you feel about that as a mother?
Cause I'm very, very happy about it. I'm related about it. I'm only sorry he's not here. Yeah, I know, but I'm sure he would be thrilled.
And for that reason, I am so proud of myself and as well as how does it feel that Biggie is celebrate is so much like even to this day in Brooklyn, there's murals of Biggie everywhere. Every single restaurant you go into there, a painting hanging up of Christopher while it's on the wall. He has his own street and everything. How does that feel for you? Very proud, mother.
Sad. Sometimes I see things that brought tears to my eyes. And I'm going to be honest with you. My son is being acknowledged in so many and so many avenues.
I never knew that my son was that I'm going to use the word famous.
I never knew because I'm not a model. You know, I don't know anything about rap music I've learned over the years. Right. You know what it is. And I'll do appreciate it now. I appreciate it, because even today I'm trying to listen to some of the words.
What did he say? You know, when he spoke of all of that, I thought he was talking about Hallway Miss while I was away.
And, you know, as a fan, you know, we sit around and we debate in the barbershops. When we at the House, we talk about the what if, you know, it's always wonderful. The family. How tough were the what ifs? When you ask yourself, what if he was here? What if he did this? How how tough were the what ifs for the family?
I can't tell about the family, but I can I can speak about me. What if he was there? Maybe I would strangle him.
Some of his associates. I'm still on a stand alone. But, you know, there's a lot of what ifs.
I know you would be a happy guy. I know I would be a happy mother because he was he was a good kid. We fought a lot, you know, but the makeup was so beautiful. There's so much apologies behind it. And, you know, his explanation, he made me understand what he's trying to do, what he was trying to say. I still can't take the profanity. I listen to his music and I said, Jehovah, please help me.
You know, so the what ifs will be still fighting, but he would still be my best friend. Yeah. What about you?
When the one else for me is more, I think that he would have elevated the culture of hip hop in general. You just had a way of bringing the best out of people. And I think given the dynamics of where we are from a technology standpoint, because he was so intriguing with everything around him and always ahead of the curve, that he would have been delving into things that kind of opened himself up. So allow himself to be what these guys have become today, like the James in the past.
When I hear people with they're really good and fond memories. People who knew Biggie and worked with him. I was just talking to meet the man and he was talking about how he first got introduced to Biggie and how they ended up working together and everything. So what are some of your favorite stories to hear about?
Your son is a variety of them. They're all always loving ones. And they always spoke about his generosity, his kindness, his patience, and him wanting to help to make everyone better. You know, he wants everyone to have something. He wasn't the kind of guy who wants to keep it for himself and the respect that he had for even the friend, their mothers, you know as well as you know, he did this for me and he did that for me.
Things that I never knew. You know, that that was very touching.
Wade, do you have any stories you can share in front of Miss Wallace? Any funny story?
You know, a lot of different things, that story point was that you could get into, wow, a really big story, a you trying to start to think of something that I could, you know, like.
But most of the stories that I have a generally related to justice humor. But I remember being in a dice game with them one day in the hallway of Daddy's house. And I mean, it was a bunch of brothers up in there, not on the Snatch game. So at the end of the day, he lost. And when he lost, he was mad at me. Oh, my goodness, he was so mad. And then they put me up in the corner, said, you know, I need the whole something.
I need to come back.
And so I told him, no, no, we may not even know how to win PNU again.
We need it. Exactly. That point being the story of it.
Again, we he did not win and then told me that I still got to give him some more money so he can go ahead and eat.
Hillarie, bus moves.
He always had this way of brushing up on you big with a very humorous guy, but I called him a gentle giant because it took everybody and he never, ever wavered this violence, even before he became became a rapper.
All the women love him around the neighborhood like he always looks on Bill, what he called its honeys.
So many honeys are calling that house. I told him, look, honey, you've got to get your own phone. I could tell you a story. One one morning I was in my bedroom and I heard someone I told the story already and the person said, well, excuse my language.
It's early in the morning. I am not going to be your second bitch.
Then after she was gone, I said, come here. I heard the conversation.
Second, I need to know she's about the fifth.
So what do you do after something like that, Miss? While you hand kid, I grew up Jehovah's Witness.
Do you hand him a watchtower and awake and say, Oh, she's been all over the house all day on the sofa.
He was on his dining room table.
Oh, my mom used to do to me what I used to get in trouble. It would always be a watchtower based on whatever the subject was. Oh yeah.
I we have more with Miss Voletta Wallace and we Barot when we come back. Don't Move is the Breakfast Club. Good morning. Let's get into a big mix. That was a big mini mix. Morning everybody. Is D.J. Envy. Angela Ye shall I mean the guy we are the Breakfast Club, we're still kicking it with Miss Voletta Wallace and Bags Xmen and bags manager Wayne Barrow.
You know, with some southern states, you know, they they are a very fickle when they sign off on music. How are you guys? We started off for music. Do you pretty much say, you know what, we we allow it? Or is it like, no, I got it here where it's going. I got to hear the song. I got to hear what they're talking about. Like, how do you decide if you're going to sign off or not?
Is it something like, you know, Miss Wallace said, no, too much profanity. I'm not signing off on that. You know, how does it work?
Well, there's two ways. One, she does say that a lot, OK, but it is hip. And, you know, I'm saying you have to make her understand the business of it. Once you make her understand the business of it, then she's OK. There's nothing that's come out in the last three years that had not been approved by as well. So for me, I know what works and what doesn't. I know what she wouldn't want done and what she would want done.
So there are a lot of records that came through over the years. I say absolutely not. The record was straight wack or the business wasn't right. They was selling something that we knew would be detrimental to the brand, you know? I mean, so for us, it's always about the legacy and it's always about assuring that we stay true to what he was doing.
Is it hard to watch, like the unsolved stories that come on in the series and stuff like that that they've done?
Be honest with you. I watched it and there's some things that went on. I knew about it. I told them I wasn't going to be a part of it, but I watched it and I'm glad it was out because. Ninety eight percent of it is true. That's one of those things that we didn't approve of and. No matter how to be good, but the way that they went about it was tacky, they didn't come and ask for permission, they just put it out there and, you know, saying at the end of the day, and I think that was something that was detrimental to the family at that point.
But it did turn out to be a good show. And at the end of the day, it is what it is.
How hard is it to heal when you see a big, big everywhere, like even this weekend with the induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame or, you know, the biopics that they always do, the documentaries like how hard is it to heal with all of that?
It saddens me every time I see things like that. I mean, I'm going to be watching the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. I've seen clips of it. You know, I cried when I got the rough cut, especially at the end. I really tears. I was going all over the place. So every time I see things like that, it seems like yesterday he was here and I was talking to him all about you.
I mean, I've become numb to it. But that's not good, though. I mean, when I say I've healed, OK, so I become numb to the nuances of what that represents. I think that the thing that bothers me is the disrespect that comes with it. You got people out here that promote promoting party and doing things along those lines or creating opportunities in campaigns for themselves, but aren't given back to the foundation, never back to the kids.
So I kind of detached myself from the emotion so that we can get into the business of it all. And that's when I get on.
I think it's healing. I mean, his death is something that you accept.
Healing for me is not only acceptance of me healing to me, it's fortifying oneself. Right at the end of the day, we're all going to die. It's about how you live your life that matters. And for me, I live my life upright and on a square surrounded by circle. So I'm concerned my inner self. I know how to heal when and then healing me, I can comfort others.
What about you, Miss Wiles? Is this something that you've accepted his death?
It was hard. And because I know that it's fine, I accept it.
But there are little avenues of criticism, corners of his death that I cannot and I will not accept. What's right is right. What's fair is fair. Murder is wrong. I cannot accept that. I have accepted the fact that his children are here. I love them dearly. But the fact that he's not here to see them grow into the woman and the man that they are, it's hard for me to accept what happened to him because they took that away.
And that sometimes hurts.
Do you ever feel like you get signs that he's still watching over you? Oh, honey, that is final. He's not watching me. One is watching. I know somebody is watching me because if he wasn't watching and guiding me, I wouldn't be here today. But as far as Christopher's concerned, oh, honey, he's asleep in death. And I'm looking forward, forward to seeing him again in the near future.
I have have either one of you, like, seen him in a dream or had many times OK.
Laughing, laughing, laughing. Laughing is the comedic self and, you know, quarrelling too. Yeah. I've dreamt too many times. What about you can't actually speak to them daily. I speak to my ancestors. Well not so doing. Kind of embraced them into the family in that way.
So it is a part of my daily conversations when when you think about it when because you know, whenever you see like when his birthday comes around, you like big, you would have been, you know, late forties. Like when you think about it, you realize how young y'all were.
You know what's crazy? Yes, I do. Twenty five years is a long time. So with that said, absolutely. I look at it. I'm like, wow, I can't believe that. I think at that time I was twenty five. Wow.
Did you even understand the magnitude of what I was doing back then. Absolutely not.
You know how you get that, that, that mirror effect, what you want to look back in life and see what you would have done differently? There's nothing that I would have done differently. But knowing what I know now, I understand how much wrong we did because it.
Right. We were too young able to really, really embrace and understand. What to do with all that we have, that's the most tragic thing about the whole situation when you think about how young Tupac and big you are and it was just simple, youthful mistakes, not realizing the power of your tongue, not realizing your influence.
I know just just a little bit of age and experience would have changed the perspective of either one of them. And, you know, another thing to say, that point, Saddam is crazy because if you think about us being young, we had elders, but elders were not much older. Yeah. So one of the things that I think that was always missing for us in our culture is the fact that we didn't have elders on us really, really holding us down right in a vast way.
Yes. You had individual pockets of individuals, but you didn't have a group with them, a grown ass men saying, hey, slow that down, Shorty. This is what you need to be doing. Pay attention to this. Think about this. We didn't have that. So we had to learn it on our own. Everything to experience. Absolutely.
And we look forward to seeing this Saturday on HBO, 8:00 p.m., the 20/20 induction of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. And we appreciate you guys for joining us this morning. Thank you so much.
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So yesterday was my show established with Angela? Met the man, was the first guest on FOX. So and if you want to see the full episode is out today at three p.m. on Fox, those YouTube channel. But one thing that he did talk about was Mary J. Blige, who could see Mary J. Blige in a versus battle. How is it being back with Mary, Mary?
I don't think there's nothing Mary couldn't do for me. She's a free spirit. She she embodies the line between where our people are from and where our people could go. And she's just right there in the middle, you know what I mean? I love her for that marriage, the institution. This is why she can't do it versus anybody worthy enough to even do it. Versus what? You know, I got A versus, though. Yeah.
I got to agree with me. I agree with him a little. And see Mary Mary J. Blige. An institution. Yes. She's an unbeatable she's unbeatable in adversity. I've told you that already. We had that discussion. Yes. Mary J. Blige is absolutely unbeatable in her versus.
Yeah. We also reflected on making that song all I mean and he wrote it in everything, which is a really cute and interesting story that so many people, men really think you need to buy a ring to be my wife.
Me, that would be my wife's wedding song. That's the song we did our first dance to All I Need remix Mary J. Blige.
But he said he got two verses. We got a verse of what he had to watch it.
I think Busta Rhymes verses right and left should be it should be the verses battle now that actually he wouldn't do it verses he was talking about one that he wants to see.
Oh, I know. I spoil the teaser. Right. But Busta Rhymes verses right and left in the verses would be incredibly dope.
All right. Now, the PlayStation five will only be available to purchase online when it launches, just so you know. So for everybody that wants to run to the store, I don't think you can walk up to Wal-Mart or Best Buy and get a PlayStation five. So they said this decision was made to keep the staff, the customers and retailers safe during coronavirus.
Yeah, that that makes sense. I like my my FedEx guy said if you were ordering something, order now, because if you wait to December, you won't get it to the end of January. He said everybody is ordering online. So expect delays ordered now by shop now.
Yeah, I don't know what you're going to be able to order this PlayStation five, though. I guess it comes out on November 19th, depending on the region where you live. But I know it was hard to try to order and all that. That's I don't know how that's going to end up going.
All right. Now, Elon Musk put out his own brand of tequila. It started off as an April Fools Day joke, but apparently it is really happening now. So it's a really nice bottle. You guys have seen it, but that sold out immediately just right after it went on sale and the bottles cost two hundred and fifty dollars in resale as our resellers are already selling them for as much as a thousand dollars.
Yeah, I'm always down to try and to kill. I'm a cognac tequila guy, so I'm always gonna try new tequila. What's the name of it. Tesla and Tesla.
The disgusting name for it to kill, say, because it's named after a cause I guess, or something like that.
I wouldn't drink nothing named after. Would you drink something called Lexus.
Hey, before you a shot a Honda. Oh, I don't want to sound like it might taste good though.
It might, but it just work for branding is important. I don't think you should name your look after you call it. Everything OK. Got to be Tesla.
Yeah. Well it's Tesla killer Tesla right now. The baby has it again. And you know, his brother unfortunately committed suicide. He said death don't faze me at all watching my family suffer. Does God watch over my family, my mom and my nieces and nephews?
They my brother. Don't worry about me. Take whatever you do it for me and pass it on to them and keep me cool because God, you know the world, don't you? I look like he is and do some therapy as well. Yes.
Everybody needs to invest in mental health. You know, I do there. I got therapy actually at three o'clock, but I literally was just saying this about the baby yesterday.
I'm like, I saw him when he posted, you know, he he he he's good. But you don't like to see his mom and himself. And I'm like, you know, you can't you can't numb that kind of pain, you know what I'm saying? Like, you got to deal with it. Like, you can't you can't just act like it doesn't exist because eventually it'll all come down on you. Whatever you try to suppress will eventually all come down on you, I promise you.
Well, I mean, I really. And that is your room. My report. All right. Well, Shout to revolt. We'll see you on Monday. Everybody else, the People's Choice mix. Up next, get your request in. You know, we thought back on a Friday. Let's see you feel tonight.
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Angela Ye shall I mean the guy we are the Breakfast Club. Shout out to Busta Rhymes for joining us this morning, bus the bus, and I'm telling you, man, the best verses would be a great verse will be Busta Rhymes verses ready and never heard. Buzzer say he won the battle to people. They got like the same type of energy level from like the same era, you know what I mean? Real 90s New York hip hop. That would be a great verse.
I think that'd be dope. I think that Iran versus Reddam. Yeah, and also we got a shout out to Valetta, Miss Voletta Wallace, Biggie's mom, and Becky's manager, Wayne Barrows, for stopping through and checking in.
And Biggie will be inducted into the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame tomorrow. I really don't know why hip hop doesn't have a Hall of Fame. Hip hop is the biggest culture, the biggest genre of music. There's nothing that trends transcends so many different races and countries like hip hop, everything from fashion to slang to music. I don't know why hip hop doesn't have its own Hall of Fame, but Big is getting inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame tomorrow.
So salute to that brother. All right. And his family. Yeah. All right.
When we come back, we got the positive note at the Breakfast Club. Good morning. Good morning, everybody.
Is D.J. Envy, Angela Ye shall I mean the guy we are the Breakfast Club again shout out to everybody has gotten tickets for my car show is happening November 28.
And if you want to put your car into the car show, you can always email me in the car show at Gmail dot com. We're looking for cars. Actually, we got the exotic cars down. We got the Niños Erekat down and now we just need regular people's cars. They just put money in blood and sweat and energy into your car. We need those type of cars. Right.
So you made me feel bad the other day about my car. I didn't make you feel bad. I actually put oil in my car finally yesterday.
So it's a relief now. I feel like I can drive it again because it was like, pull over. Now, you cannot drive this anywhere until you put some oil in. Or maybe you just need to leave. My car tells me I just need to slow down. When you hit the speed bump, that's what you need to do. Just slow down. Slow down a little bit. I got places to go. Oh, boy. All right.
Well, I mean, you got a positive note.
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