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Good morning Angela. Yeah, good man. Charlemagne The God Peace to the planet is Friday.


And what about Toronto? All right, good morning, guys.


Friday, Toronto City, you know, I feel in Toronto. Yeah, today is OK. I mean, listen, man, I always say that my spiritual existence is blessed, black and highly favored at all times by human existence is always somewhere between. Oh. So that gives me a perfect balance of feeling. Fine. I think, you know, if you really want to feel good, just wake up in the morning and thank God for everything that you do have.


That's it. Don't stress about nothing. You don't just thank God for everything that you absolutely do have. And the main thing that you have is life you can breathe. So let gratitude be your attitude. Good morning. All right.


Well, as Labor sees in tomorrow's my mom's birthday and then Tuesday is my brother's birthday. Today is my best friend's birthday. So I always like this time because it's like everybody that's really close to me, everything. All right. Well, this morning you got a little jingle, Tutti Buckyball.


I believe we are chamber to be a military. Did I make that up? That's actually a song that is actually the Sudanese refugees, right? Yes. It keeps making sure I share my point here. All right.


Chris Rock is here as you Chris Rock will be joining us this morning. So we'll kick it with Chris Rock. Also, if you want to get it off your chest, phone lines open right now. You can actually start 805 eight five one, two, five one. We got front page news coming up. What we talking about? Well, Donald Trump went to go and pay respect to Ruth Bader Ginsburg. And we'll tell you what happened at the top of the Supreme Court steps and how he responded.


All right. We'll get into that next. The Breakfast Club. Good morning.


All right. That was Travis Scott, young thug in Miami is called Franchise is I Heart Radio World premiere. We're going to be playing that every hour. Top of the hour.


Now let's get on some front page news and NBA games. I fell asleep last night. Who want to anybody know something that the Lakers beat the Nuggets? One, unfortunately, one away, 141.


Three one. Yep. There it was a good game. Lakers beat the Nuggets, but, you know, the Lakers got to finish the job now. You know, Washington Nuggets come back from three to one in two series, this playoff run. So Lakers got to finish the job, but it was a good game with the Lakers one. All right. What else we got?


All right. Well, Brianna, Taylor's family attorney, Ben Crump, feels like the Kentucky attorney general's investigation was a cover up. And so they are going to be having a response and that's going to happen today at ten thirty in the morning. So we'll keep you guys updated. But I know we do have some firsthand information that will be coming to you this morning. So we'll talk more to bankrupt Intesa in Chicago this morning about what was going on in Louisville, Kentucky, and Brianna Taylor's family and what they have to say in response to Brianna Taylor getting killed.


All right. Also, Donald Trump, he went to go and pay respect to Ruth Bader Ginsburg and as he was there on the Supreme Court steps, once they saw him, they started booing him and chanting, vote him out. Listen to this.


Donald Trump responded to this later on at a press conference, he said, I think it was just a political chant. We could hardly hear it from where we were. We heard a sound, but it wasn't very strong.


Well, a wise old black president with big ears once said, don't boo vote. If you want him out, do what you chanting. Actually, go vote them up, improve through actions and deeds, not words. Lip service, boos and change the boos, the chants. A good deal.


All right. The FDA has issued a warning against Benadryl as they are investigating reports of teen injuries and deaths all linked to a Benadryl challenge on Tic-Tac. So they said teenagers are ending up in hospital emergency rooms or dying after participating in that challenge too much. Ben-Israel can lead to severe health problems, including serious heart problems, seizures, comas and even death.


So please, God, that's crazy.


Not take this Benadryl allergy stuff like, hey, I want to take some poison, see if I live. OK, challenge. Like, I'm confused how to even start.


I don't know this kind of vintage really strong, and I don't understand it, especially when it's, you know, all of these real drugs on the market. You've got all these actual real drugs you can get your hands on. Why are you drinking Benadryl?


Oh, boy. You don't drink that, do you? Yeah, it's a bitter pill, Benadryl to drink. I was I guess I always took it as a pill. I think it might be it might be beauvois you playing? I think it is both. Either way, why would you want to take that drug allergies.


Why do you like what's the point, like who comes up with that kind of stuff and is a drug that I thought you took when you like itchin and stuff, like when you got like a rash, like instead something like that. Yeah. And it's good for allergies because, you know, I have a lot of allergies to pets, and so a lot of times I be like, let me just take the spinach. But it makes me so sleepy and it feels so strong, like I feel like I'm on drugs.


So I try not to ever have to take it. It has to be like a real reason. But I know a lot of people that have bad allergic reactions to things. They have that Benadryl just in case, you know, things start swelling up or whatever.


I never had I never had those kind of like desires when I was a child, like, you know, yeah, I smoke weed. I've even smoked weed with cocaine in it. But I've never had a desire like that. I used to sniff glue and sniff paint. And I'm like, why would I do such a thing? I could just get my hands on some weed.


And the only thing I did was, you know, with the helium in the balloon, just say a voice because I'm real high.


I think we all it's not a drug that's on the ground that we all try to get high for you. That can't be good for you, though.


You know, trying to get high is your voice. No, no, no. Not constantly. Yeah. But the only thing you were trying to get high in that situation is your voice. I don't think that was going to your brain, but I could be wrong. I'm not a doctor. I don't know. I said, look, I looked it up. I said, is it dangerous? It says breathing in pure helium can cause death by asphyxiation.


Well, who are you to judge then? You little helium challenging the balloon challenge. Are you trying to get a failed challenger? Hey.


All right. Well, that is your front page news. All right, get it off your chest. Eight hundred five eight five one two five one hit is now is the Breakfast Club.


Good morning. The Breakfast Club. Wake up, wake up, wake up. This is your time to get it off your chest. You the or of we want to hear from you on the Breakfast Club. Hello.


This is it. It up, bro.


Get it off your chest and listen, man, first personal with our president, like yesterday in the state of ignoring his comments that I bet the ignorant comments out of his mouth don't say. But on a side note, Mandawuy, yesterday, I call it the all the time, and I'm going to hold you, you know, got the phone. I was pulled over by the cop. I was on the side of the road.


I was way out in literally the first thing out of the office is about me, as I was when your not frustration over 20 yo, I was definitely under my car that the first thing out of his mouth to me, your skin. If I if I reacted a certain way, then I'm wrong. And then I called this on myself. It's like we have no wind. We have no wind.


It's hard to feel free as a black person in America. That's just the truth of the matter. We know this liberty and justice and equality and freedom, whatever, whatever the hell they say about something for all that doesn't apply to us. We're not in that for all.


But thank you for sharing a story that's infuriating his party if the statements allow him to speak to me like this. I said that right.


But I'm sorry to back to you. Did you get did you get his badge number?


I mean, I that I've put all my records because I thought I had no idea. Oh, that's my next step. Because I don't know what else to do. I don't know what else to do with it.


I don't know what else to do. And the crazy part is, I would tell you to upload video, which I think that you should. But I mean, even in those situations, it feels like all it does re trigger all our traumas because we can upload those things about the police, but don't let it happen to them. Thank you for sharing your story. But for the most part, get it off your chest.


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This is your time to get it off your chest, whether you mad or blessed. But at the same end, we want to hear from you on the breakfast. Hello. Hello. Who's this?


This is Tanya. Hey, Tanya.


Yeah, well, I didn't want to call and tell you guys I listen to you guys every morning. I'm from New York, you, Tanya, Charlotte and I'm at work. I want to get seven to children, my and my son Mukhi. I love you guys. Have a blessed day.


And you guys, do you love the Queen City? I was watching Joe Biden walk around the Queen City with Chris Paul and Mary. Mary, Mary. Mary allows a couple of days ago and I was like, wow, politicians still just pop up at Soul Food Spot and kick you right now. That Murcheson in Charlotte. But to Charlotte. Love Charlotte. All right.


Hello. Who's this so big chocolate? It's also how we doing, family? Oh, I never heard of you. Long time. Meaning never heard. Thank the Lord for my blessings. I'd like to thank you guys for doing a good job. And I got a little, you know, the game that we used to play. Is it just me? So check it out. Is it just me or does everybody think that I am going to star in the new movie Angry Man in Manhattan?


Is it just me or does everybody think he had to stick legs? Is it just me or does everybody think Charlemagne's a bitchy fighter? Is it just me like that? A bedsheet biter?


I thought it was pillow biter. You fight the bitch, eat at you, and you know what? You do it. You know, I said, why did she get dragged into this?


No, but but thank you. Chocolate and a bed sheet. I always thought it was pillow biting.


I don't know that she you do either or anyway. Hello. Who's this? This is Marty. Marcie. So get it off your chest, bro. I'm calling the cops for my birthday. I just wanted to a big shout out. But also also I wanted to say, you know, how we talk about how powerful the black dollars in America. Oh. Oh, what I think that, you know, for Black Friday, we should support only black businesses with that being the biggest retail day in America, I think.


Got to open a lot of eyes.


Yeah, I'll tell you something, I we've done that before, but you should support black businesses all the time. Every I know I do support support your black men black dollars every day. Absolutely.


But I'm just saying, with Black Friday being the biggest retail day in America, we only buy Black on Black Friday.


I think that to be real means and that's a nice movement, though. The only thing you buy, nothing else, just being black owned businesses for a day.


OK, I'm just at the point man, where I want real substantial substantiative change as opposed to just symbolic stance.


But I understand what he's saying because that is the biggest shopping day of the year right now. I feel like I feel like they did do that last year or the year before last one of them.


I'm not mad at it. It's just one out of many things you can do. All right.


Get off your chest, 855 105. Well, we got room in a way. Yes. And let's give you some more information about Mariah Carey's book. We already told you she was on the Oprah conversation. And we'll tell you some more about what she had to say in her memoir about her troubled relationship with her own family. All right.


We'll get into that. Next is The Breakfast Club.


Good morning. The Breakfast Club. It's about to go nowhere report.


This is the room, a report with Angela on the Breakfast Club. Well, Charles Barkley, huh?


This is difficult, but here he is on NBA, on TNT. He's talking about Brianna Taylor's murder at the hands of police. And he's saying do not compare it to George played Ahmad Ivory. Here is his rationale.


I am worried that we lump all these situations in together, and I feel just bad. The young lady lost her life. But, you know, we do have to take into account that her boyfriend did shoot at the cops and shot a cop. So, like I say, even though I'm really sorry she lost her life, I don't think that we can just say we can put this in the same situation with George Flawed. And I'm Ahmad Aubury.


I just don't believe that Charles Barkley shut the F up forever making her boyfriend. Her boyfriend was a law abiding citizen who has never been arrested ever. He was a legal gun owner who thought someone was breaking into his house, is not a gun owner in America who would not have done the exact same thing. Absolutely. Were in that situation in your home, not in bed, asleep, having committed a crime did nothing wrong.


Send plainclothes cops with a no knock warrant. Now, there's one person saying that they did not, but everybody else has said these guys did not not know was the door. That's what I was doing. Yeah, that's what the law is about.


And by the way, that's why his charges got dropped. They charge him and then they dropped his charges because there's no case there. You're in your house Minding Your Business. You think someone is breaking in, so you defend your home period and then not to talk about and you defend your woman.


Westerburg and I keep forgetting the name is kind something, right? Kenneth Walker, Kenneth Kenneth Walker to kind of walk out right now.


In addition to that, Charles Barkley talks about defending the police and his thoughts on that situation. Here he is.


I hear these fools on TV talking about defying the police and things like that. We need police reform and prison reform and things like that because you know, who ain't going to defund the cops? White neighborhood and rich neighborhoods. So that notion, they keep saying that. I'm like, wait a minute, we just going to who are black people supposed to call Ghostbusters? When we have crime in our neighborhoods, we need police reform, but we need to stop that, define our and abolish the cops crap.


We can have a more civilized conversation about that. I mean, the reason I just don't agree with reforming the police is because you can't reform a system that was never made for all people. The criminal justice system doesn't need reform.


It needs a complete overhaul. You got to tear the whole thing down, throw this defective product away, and let's build something new from scratch. Because this system is not for us. Never has been.


Never will be. All right, now, Zach Braff and you know, Zach Braff, he was on Scrubs and he also wrote and directed that movie Garden State is like a cult classic. He has invited people to share their tributes to loved ones who died of coronavirus. Now, he was inspired by Donald Trump saying this.


Now we know it affects elderly people, elderly people with heart problems and other problems. You know, and some say thousands of people, nobody below the age of 18, like nobody. They have a strong immune system. Who knows? You look at you take your hat off to the young because they have a hell of an immune system, but it affects virtually nobody.


And it's an amazing thing. And then Zach Braff posted anybody else losing nobody. And hundreds of people started sharing their own stories of people who they lost on Twitter.


So you can check out that whole Twitter thread and see what you got to make sure your tag Trump and all of those all of those posts, because that's like one over 200000 hundred. Nobody's that passed away of coronavirus. Make sure that every single one of them. All right.


Now, Mariah Carey is getting ready for her book to come out. Like we've told you, her memoir is coming out on the twenty ninth. And she did the Oprah conversation on Apple TV plus. And she discussed in her memoir and she said, I would have never spoken a word about anybody in my life. And I tried to be very fair, but people have drawn first blood with me historically. She said, I know you understand this. When there are people that are in any way connected to you as a person that has achieved any success, you are a target, you're vulnerable.


But I wouldn't have gone here if things hadn't been done to me. If I had been dragged by certain people and treated as an ATM machine with a wig on. All it is, is like, let me get some money and let me get some money no matter what. So she's talking about her own family life. And she said her early life was defined by trauma and violence. She said her brother was extremely violent and her sister is troubled and traumatized.


She said, I try to be thoughtful about that, although I don't know that the same courtesy has been extended to me from anybody that caused her in comedic events in my life. Oh, Oprah did read a passage from her book. She said, Through the years, both my sister and brother have put me on the chopping block. So listen to any gossip rag or trashy website that would buy or listen. They have attacked me for decades, but when I was 12 years old, my sister drugged me with Valium, offered me a pinkie nail full of cocaine, and afflicted me with third degree burns to try to sell me out to a pimp.


Hey, you know, Mariah did it right. And what I mean by she did it right is like she never told too much about her personal life in interviews throughout the years and it all in her music. So now she's at the point in her life where she's a legend, she's an icon, she's a diva. Let me give it to you all in a book which I'm sure she got paid incredibly for and she will make royalties for the rest of her life right now.


She controlled her own narrative. I love it. All right.


Well, that is your room report. I'm Angela Yee. All right. Thank you. Michy, we got front page news. What are we talking about?


Yes. And we're going to give you some updates on Rihanna, Taylor and what's happening today. There is a press conference at ten thirty. We'll tell you what that's about. All right.


We'll get into that next. Keep it like this. The Breakfast Club. Good morning. Good morning, everybody.


Is D.J. Envy, Angela Ye shall I mean, the guy we are, the Breakfast Club is getting some front page news. Last night, the Lakers beat the Nuggets 114 one oh eight. LeBron had twenty six and had thirty four. Now what does he talk?


My easy Brianna. Tell his family and her attorney, Benjamin Crump says that they want the Kentucky attorney general's investigation into Brianna Taylor's death to be transparent and they want to know what was actually presented to the grand jury. So today at ten thirty, actually going to be having a press conference to address what the response from the family is to what the Kentucky attorney general, Daniel Cameron, had to say.


We got the attorney, Ben Crump, and teslik Figueiro checking in next hour, by the way, up next hour, we'll be talking to them.


Right. So after that, you can check out the press conference as well. Now, Brianna, tell his mother, Tameka Palmer actually wrote on Instagram, it's still Brianna Taylor for me beside a portrait of her daughter's face. And then she put hashtag the system failed Brianna.


Absolutely. Definitely.


We to tell his younger sister, Janay Palmer, also conveyed her disappointment on Twitter. She said they failed you. They failed me. Brianna, I am so sorry. I don't know what to do. And Brianna tell his cousin to want to go and told the Courier Journal that she was mad as hell because nothing's changing. So we will get to hear that response today at ten, thirty a.m.. Yeah, I don't know what to do either.


I do know I hate when people politicize black pain like this and tell folks just to go vote. If you're going to tell us to go vote, tell us exactly why we should go vote. Tell us how voting can change situations like this. Because, you know, if you live long and. Life on this planet, whether it's Republican or Democrat, local or national, we've seen these type of injustices happen over and over and over to black people.


So if you looking you're going to politicize this black pain and tell her to go vote. Tell us exactly why voting could have changed the outcome of this situation. Well, yeah.


And you see the power of the attorney general has and you can vote for your attorney general in most instances, sometimes it is appointed. But in a lot of states, you do vote for who your attorney general is. And then usually the mayor, I think, appoints who is the police head of the police department.


But then it matters who your mayor is, like a vote on him.


Mm hmm. Yeah, I have to be involved. Yeah. I don't know how all that works, but I saw somebody, you know, yesterday talking about William Barr and saying things would be different under a Democratic A.G. And I'm like, well, under Obama we had two black attorney generals.


So I don't know that. And I just want somebody explained to me. So, all right, I'm not I'm not the most politically sophisticated person. All right.


And Donald Trump was booed as he went to the top of the Supreme Court steps to pay respect for Ruth Bader Ginsburg. You know, she died last week after a bout with cancer. And as he showed up and people realized he was there, here's what happened.


Vote him out. Vote him out. They were booing. But I had an energy on November 3rd, and, you know, Miccio improved through actions and deeds, not words, lip service booth and change to a former black president once said, don't boo vote.


All right. Well, that is your front page news. Now, when we come back, Chris Rock will be joining us.


We'll kick it with Chris Rock said always a great person to talk to at any time. Mm hmm. It's The Breakfast Club.


Come on. The Breakfast Club. You're checking out the world's most dangerous morning show, morning, everybody. Is T.J. Envy, Angela Charlemagne, the guy we are, the Breakfast Club. We got a special guest on the line right now, Chris Rock, the Legend, The Walking Memorial.


There you go. Chris Rock Memorial. Remember Jay said that on The Hustler images and I'm a walking memorial. Only a few people get that, by the way.


OK, so I'll take it. Let me ask you a question, because you've lived through a lot of these injustices, cops getting no punishment for things that happen to black people. How do you feel today?


You know, there's just two levels here you're disappointed in. You're hurt by what happened. It's not just a cop, remember? Everyone in the chain of command should have been judicial system. Yeah. You know, I mean, like like whoever signed the papers that said, OK, go get a you know, go get them. Should be in there, too. I'm also just upset that I'm used to this. So it's sad that we're just here, you know, and her name is going to go on a stack of other names, you know, and there's a chance that three months from now that we're so busy with the next one that we forget about Maria.


That's, you know, purpose for this. You know, bodies just keep piling up. What do you tell your daddy?


You know, because your daughter is out there, she's in school. And what do you tell her? How do you tell her to move to make sure that she's safe?


You know, fortunately, you and I and everybody, you know, just by being on the radio right now, we live lives that because of our economic status, we're not exempt from what's going on. But we kind of you know, we're kind of on a hill and we get to watch what's going on. So we're a little a tad safer. But, yes, I do tell my daughters to keep their eyes open and their ears and be alert and just know where they are at all times.


But, you know, we've been blessed. So I'm not really worried about the cops knocking down my door right now. But I realize that, you know you know, it's not even about my daughters. It's like my cousins and my my nephews and, you know, that have like normal jobs that are really out there.


That's interesting to hear you say that, because I remember watching you getting pulled over all the time and you're rich, you're famous. How have you ever felt free in this country? You can't possibly feel exempt.


No, no, I don't feel like I wouldn't say exempt, but I do, you know, like when you punch my name up, even if you don't recognize me, somebody says something, right? You know, I don't want to sound like a rapper, but I am Chris Rock. And, you know, you know, membership has its privileges, but every now and then you get your card.


Very true.


Chris, you were in Yellow Springs. How was that for you performing in the cornfield?


I love Yellow Spring people. I don't know, Yellow Spring, Dave Chappelle, the the honorable all praises due to our business. But it's kind of rather like a like a comedian summer camp at Yellow Springs, Ohio. That's his hometown. And Dave's kind of like the unofficial mayor of the town. And he you know, Dave's got a bunch of land and he kind of set up a stage in a cornfield. And it's everybody socially distant. We all got Rapide Colbert tests.


So you land your plane land, you get off the plane, you get tested, you wait your 15 minutes or 20 minutes, however long it takes. And once you get your negative test, then they give you a wristband.


But were you nervous while you were waiting for your results? Were you nervous?


I'm pretty separated. You know.


You know, I you know, I haven't been in the clubs in the underground club flight, the flight, you know, traveling right now that I got my own plane, maybe.


What was it? You didn't get there to see where you got there? Yeah.


Yeah, we definitely weren't out to get hit me up. You can get on my plane for a while, but yeah, it's nice to be in an atmosphere where, you know, everyone's tested and, you know, it's Dave. So we have plenty and plenty. We have plenty and mushrooms are plenty.


You know, I didn't know you could talk about that. I mean, you know, you guys. Yeah, I think that's you know, the guy made the half baked, so, you know. Right. The mushrooms. Did you do the mushrooms?


He did the mushroom tea. And yeah, I just woke up.


I can't believe I made it here, but mushroom. So I think I'm on The View right now. I'm hoping you will see is they are going to be Meghan McCain, definitely not doing anything.


Did you see anything that did to teach you anything about life that you hadn't seen before?


You know, what I'm looking at this time is just like what I know about college and pointed at all this stuff. It's like it's like you really assess your mood right now. Like, this is half time and it's like great teams, great coaches make adjustments that have to. Right. And the way they keep playing, the way they were play. So right now I'm making adjustments in my life, making adjustments to my mental health and making adjustments in my physical health.


So, you know, I call this the three pigs part of life, the three pigs and three little pigs. What kind of house have you made Charlemagne's your life of sticks?


Is it all the bricks?


Right. That's true. And you don't know that until something happens, though. America thought it was a brick house. That's right.


So, yeah. So do did you make a brick house? And I'll tell you right now, I'm getting calls. Some of my friends are pretty houses, but some of my friends houses are made of rock.


And I'm grateful for tell me they can't go.


But I like people we know. So this is the time, you know, nothing to be ashamed of. But, you know, from this point on, we know something can happen. Yeah. Yeah. Well, we live our lives accordingly.


Well, with that said, any of those people that you want to be the big bad wolf, too, because you're going to go to hell, I'm not blowing nobody's house down.


I wish everybody well, you know, when this thing works out, you know, the first thing you do is like, how do I take care of the people I love? So and I'm blessed. You know, I'm not the most religious person, but thank God I can, like, help out, you know, my people.


I we got more with Chris Rock when we come back. Don't Move is The Breakfast Club. Good morning, everybody.


Is D.J. Envy, Angela Ye shall I mean, the guy we are, the Breakfast Club was still kicking in with Chris Rock.


How are you moving differently if you are moving differently?


Well, I'm downsizing on some level. I tell you that life's great, but at the same time you're like, OK, what's sustainable? Right. If this happens again, because it could happen again. It happened once. It could happen again. It's not over. Right. Oh, OK. So can you can I ride out a year without work. OK, that's good. But what if I have to ride out three years without work and.


Oh I don't know now but you know, you just, you know, you just making different moves and different investments and different, you know, you set your priorities are different. The people you surround yourself, you've got to weed out some people.


You also getting to learn to know yourself a whole lot better. Yes, I'm doing a lot of therapy now because I got the time, you know, go to my trainers and, you know, just working on myself a lot.


You talked about therapy. You spending seven hours a week in therapy. I love therapy myself. Was it the stage that served as your therapy before?


Yeah. You know, being on stage can be therapeutic, but, you know, let it all out and stay on stage. And it's like it's about therapy. What I learned, especially this round, it only works if you tell the absolute truth because your relationship with your therapist is just that. It's the relationship. And when you have a relationship, you like to present the best version of yourself. And you know, that can be a big disservice to you in therapy is therapy.


You actually if you really wanted to work, you should present the worst version of yourself. But that's the truth before. But I always you know, I always, you know, like a joke I used to do. I always used to bring my representative. I never really brought me. And I'm bringing me now. And I'm you know, it's really helped me out.


What made you review it? Like, what made you peel back all those layers and say, I'm going to present me?


Oh, no, man. It's just I mean, some of it's just the closing of it all. Once worked shut down, you just have all this free time and you know you know, the Michael Jackson song, I'm looking at the man in the mirror and I'm like, OK, you got money. You got fame. But you're sitting here by yourself, you know, they like. How do I make it to the next level? How do I how do I get joy from things I don't buy?


You know? I mean. Right. You know, I'm getting older that literally out of the house. How do I get joy in, you know, just from waking up? So, you know, I got to look inside and, you know, I got to, like, hold myself accountable. You know, that you had been diagnosed with this nonverbal learning disorder. So how does that affect your everyday life? And what can you do about it?


How does it affect your everyday life? I process things slower. I like I don't pick up on hints. I have a hard time with social cues. So when we talk, all I pick up on the word. So if you are angry with me or just perturbed with me, or even if you were into me and you were like trying to, you know, whatever, have sex or whatever, I wouldn't pick up on it. You would have to literally say it to me.


I'm one of these guys. I can't do anything technical, but I used to not realize. I used to just think I was old or I was slow. But now I'm realizing, oh, OK, I'm getting better. I can I can work my Bluetooth. Now I can hear. How did you realize.


But when did you realize what it was or what the problem was? You know, it's where a friend of mine jokingly said I had Asperger's and it's weird. I just said to myself, OK, I'm going to get tested because I had a I had another relative with Asperger's and I got tested. And the doctor was like, no, you don't have to ask for what you have is right next to it. And it's called In the Days. And the doctor was like, you've been taken advantage of in life.


You're a little slow in some instances, and you're a high and you're a major. But at the same time, you get your verbal ability and your your memory are impeccable. Right. So I've been you know, it's like the blind guy that can hear amazingly. I mean, like I'm overcompensating for it. And, you know, having a hard time with subtlety is great on a stand up stage when you're screaming.


Yeah, I mean, but, you know, one year relationship, I you know, my relationship with my brothers, my relationship with my mother, you know why I like all of that, like is all suffered because I'm like I have a hard time picking up stuff, but now that I know I'm a thousand times better, so I'm dealing with it with therapy, a little bit of drugs. But, you know, the weaning me off and now I don't know when I feel a certain way, I have to stop before I react, OK?


Is this how I feel or is this my learning disorder acting up?


I need to know more on how that impacts you. Will women like like in the bedroom and a lot of communication in the bedroom is nonverbal?


Yeah. I mean, I'm not going to say I'm like one of my therapists is like a sexual therapist. You're like it's like all encompassing, you know. But here's the thing, too. I'm better because I know and I can handle a couple of dates recently and I tell them it's like in a weird way, it's almost like, no, you saw the Joker and he he walks around with that card and I like go, I got to get a here.


And yeah, you tell it, you tell a chick, yo, yo, I'm like, I'm sending you a link. This is what I have. And now it helps women deal with me in a better way.


So, Chris, I want sex. You want to clear. OK, come on and be relaxed.


Wow. But your God. Jesus Christ.


Yeah. It's like everybody knows what's up. So yeah, it's easier on everybody. Now, I do want to make sure we talk about Fargo, though, because that's a huge deal. Right. You're on season four is the season for season four.


You talked about that.


I figure they just sent us some screeners yesterday. So I saw the first episode because I was like, I got to see Chris when I play this role. I watched the movie like way back in the day.


So I was just interested to see and there was a lot of different storylines going on. So let's talk about your character on fire.


You don't have to audition. No, you don't audition anymore.


You just see, I will take this point in your life as an audition. Do I mean, like, I've been around so long, which is good and it's bad. It's good. It's like, oh, I've seen him do this, this and this. I want him. And then there's bad. Sometimes people think they know me. Right, and I can audition, you know, I mean, like this is like this wouldn't be a good role for him.


I wish I could audition for more stuff. I was really, you know, it's something comedians have in them that.


Allows them to tap into dramatic, serious roles in a very unique way. What do you think that thing is? Comedians are pained for the most part. Every comedian has drama and it's just how we process it. Put it this way. The greatest sensations you can give a person is sex and laughter. Right. But we break up with people we have great sex with. You don't break up with nobody that makes you laugh.


That's horrible. As for you, you need the comic relief at all times.


Yeah, like the most your most funny friends you put in your life. Right. Because even when you're mad at them, they're going to do something to make you laugh about whatever it is you're mad at me.


Like, I just want them back in the highest level of enjoyment you can give a person.


We got more with Chris Rock when we come back. Don't Move is The Breakfast Club. Good morning. Good morning, everybody. C.J. N.V. Angeles. Charlamagne, the guy we are, the Breakfast Club, was still kicking in with Chris Rock.


So let's let's get back to Fargo and tell us for people that don't know about Fargo, tell us about Fargo and and what you play in Fargo this season.


I play a guy named Lloyd Cannon, a mobster in 1950s Kansas City. He's a complicated man because, you know, he's a businessman. He's a legitimate businessman, and he's a gangster at the exact same time. He's a black man with a dream. But living in a world that's set up totally against. Not too much unlike the world today, but much more severe. And you get to see this guy's trials and tribulations, you know, not just as a businessman, but as a father, as a husband, as a Tony Soprano element to it.


You know what I mean? Like like what you think of Tony Soprano as a gangster. But at the same time, it's like the family drama was just as much, if not more, than the actual gangster drama. It's film beautifully.


And there's so many things I watch because I like I said, I just watched the first episode, so I don't know what's going on because I saw your son. And then I was like, why is his son not living with him? Why are these random people? So I know there's a lot I'm going to have to watch to make everything kind of tie together. You have to watch the whole series, I'm sure.


Angela, I think you got nonverbal learning disorder three times like they're treating kids.


Oh, I was going to ask about Jimmy Fallon.


You know, people were asking about Jimmy Fallon. He did a skit and he used blackface and people were asking you to comment on it.


Here's the thing that was discussed 20 years ago. Like who amongst us hasn't done something 20 years ago? And you got you guys on radio. You said things 20 years ago you wouldn't ever say today.


Let's not talk on the air. Don't go having them digging up. All right, come on. You even do that when you put it on us. Chris Christie made jokes from twenty years ago. Exactly.


Exactly. No, I mean, Jimmy Fallon's our friend, OK? Jimmy Fallon got a show with The Roots as his band. Do you think Jimmy Fallon was a racist by your should get the benefit of the doubt? Yes. Or like, what's the point of being a friend if you're going to judge somebody harshly, immediately? Strangers should get the benefit of the doubt until proven otherwise. All things racists aren't racism. You know, some of them is just people being dumb and everybody's allowed to be dumb sometimes or to be ignorant and not know.


Right. Well, I know I'm cool. I'm always being cool with you, you know. Want them to do more black face sketches? No, I do. I think for five seconds he was thinking about doing it again 20 years ago.


How many calls did you get from the Democratic Party after your statement that Democrats worse covid-19 by focusing on impeachment over the pandemic? Or did you even get calls from the other side?


Like, would you like to come on FOX and talk about, you know, here's what and here's the problem with everybody. No one reads the whole thing. Everybody just reads the headline headline number. And I'll tell you, this friend of mine, Marc Benioff, who owns a salesforce, you know, Salesforce, that computer software company, they have buildings everywhere. He called me up and told us, you are absolutely right. Now, the billionaire calls me up and tells me you are absolutely right.


No matter the billionaire read the whole article. And in the article I say Donald Trump is like the movie The Last. He's a five year old running the country. Now, if you think a five year old is running the ship, you have a responsibility to actually look for the iceberg. That's what I really meant to say. So if Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats believe Donald Trump is competent and they just disagree with his policies, then everything I said was wrong and I apologize.


But if you believe Donald Trump is totally incompetent, immoral individual who shouldn't be president and is unqualified to do this job, then yes, it is your job to not get caught up in emotion and to actually look for the icebergs that are coming towards America. Yeah, yeah. So, you know, yes, I'm a Democrat, Joe Biden, you know, I mean, I'm all in. But as the smarter people, you have more responsibility.


That's what the checks and balances come in.


I agree. You said folks give Adam Sandler the benefit of the doubt when it comes to weird roles and you want that for yourself.


What did you mean by that, Chris? Because some people would say, Christie, I love, I love.


I think Adam Sandler was robbed. I mean, I thought watching him was great. And the joke of man, how did Adam Sandler not get nominated then? Yeah. All this role stuff, whatever. That's literally my best friend. I love him like like a brother. And he was robbed for Uncut of the movie.


Are you working on a new movie? You're working on a new movie with him, right? Yeah, I'm trying. It's weird. It's like all therapy and all this stuff was like I got my brain back, like I was having a hard time concentrating, but now I'm just writing a lot lately. So I wrote the script about a year ago to me, Adam and Dave. And I'm like, yeah, it looks like because there's no touring, it looks like it's closer to happening.


I stopped to check out the new season of Fargo. It premieres on the 27th of September.


And we appreciate you for joining us because it's very inspiring and very inspiring to learn how to swim because I don't know how to swim, but I love the fact that you went out there and did it up.


I got a guy to look you up like I've got to go. I did not know how to swim. It's embarrassing to three.


One's life will change. How you do everything will change. One last question is quick. In terms of opportunity, is it better to be black now in entertainment or in the 90s or in the 90s?


I mean, the beauty of being black is the beauty is always better.


There are no good old days, but maybe musically.


Right. All right.


That's the baby.


But my goodness. All right. All right.


Well, it's Chris Rock. Thank you for joining us. It's The Breakfast Club, but it's.


She's spilling the tea. This is the room where reporter Angela Yeo on The Breakfast Club.


Well, it's Harry Lane's return to Twitter and said to my fans, I'm sorry for my silence, but respectfully, I got time today, 9:00 p.m. pouty. And then he said there's a time to stay silent and a time to speak. He also captioned a photo of his new album, Cover Art. He said, I said all I could say on this show. He put out a new album called Daystar Star. And I saw a lot of websites saying this is the last time they'll be reporting or covering Trillanes.


I do feel for him to do this at a time when we're still dealing with the aftermath of Rihanna Taylor not getting justice and that is front and center in our minds. And then make this Dalyan clearly had an issue. She's got a shot in her feet. You know, it's just I think the timing of it was a little crazy. And people also have an issue with him capitalizing and making money off of putting out a whole album where he's kind of going at everybody because does it feel like he's sorry at all on this album for anything that happened?


So let's go through some of the claims. And it's a whole album of different things that we just picked. A few things to talk about. Now he has a song called Money over Fallout. And he does say in this song that he still loves meagerness.


Dalyan OK right now because I'm the guy you had the nerve to write a statement on that album, knowing I but coming at my choice, trying to change it. What, you should be putting people in your shoes that I feel that I really got you tickets for release would do it for real. Don't forget, she was my bitch. I held it down and kept it real. Will never be the same picture you did just for some music.


And I thought it should start to look at how you doing doing me. How you doing me. People trying to ruin me even worse is I'm still thinking about you and me. How are you going on my birthday with all your jewelry to try to make some fun of me. What you on the coolibah.


Good. What's happening here now.


How many of a fall out. He also seems like he has an issue with people talking about his height. He wants people to know he is not five three. He's five seven.


I can say no to forty. Oh no. Five thirty. And I'm sure he lost money on me. So I step in and if I stand on my wall, you can see my thighs again. When we come back, don't you try and breathe. I got a seizure. I got to see a couple of questions. How did you get shot in your bones? The team is trying to pay me some minutes. I just lost like ten million dollars because it's coalminer's toy.


You're not five seven because I'm five, six. All right. I've seen the is totally you know what I told you as a goddamn lie. The top literally just got out of the lie. And I'm five, six stories. No way. Nowhere near taller than me.


You're only five six. He's now you Charlemagne's five five. I'm actually five seven, you know. Damn five seven.


By the way, everybody, five, four, five. You're like a mini always said we're five seven. I'm talking about the latest goofball type. You're not talking means I am OK. Anyway, moving on now.


He also has a song called Sorry, but I had to and I'm going to play these clips because these people responded. But he talks about J.R. Smith, J.R. Smith.


It's the part that pissed at you. The last Kadisha talk about some shots that hit show performance, that percentage play a role in writing. A bitch is looking from the trenches all the time to buy sugar daddy.


And you still will get an inch of. It was. I just don't know what's happening. I really don't I don't know who is advising Trillanes, but whoever's advising Trillanes, Tory needs to fire them. And if nobody's advising Tory lanes and he's just listening to himself, don't. They are so this clown shoots a female and you're listening to his music like it's OK to have Trillanes, you straight clown, he said, and tell whoever to hit my line.


It's whatever. Yeah.


I mean, listen, it's always right when he says there is absolutely a time to speak if he chooses to. But that time is not a day after we just watch police officers get off with shooting a black woman. Yes, Tory side needs to be heard, but not today.


Tory No. All right.


Now, in this song, he also addressed his dream and Masika, who took Magda Stallion's I give me one dream doll hit record and I wait a second, he shall change you in every Twitter debate, in every shape room come by like common sense and common sense that we need to save to know your best. Faking a kidnapping for your only face and trying to find like missing kids was the only thing. If that's the type of shit you teach in comedy, you see.


People disagree and you try to make a fact, James. I responded by posting some DBMS messages that she had gotten from Trillanes. She said, you've been a judge since you came for me the first time. Sadly, you could try and dis me again this time for not having a hit. But yet my biggest regret was exposing your corny ass to this day. Always coming for females. But keep digging your holidays, diabetes and you f ing lame man up and go on live vagina.


You know the vibes and the egg had to begin his shrimp emoji.


Trillanes, I will admit I don't know what's true and what's not true, but if you going to get on an album and say all of that, you might as well tell us the whole entire version of the story and not on Instagram live. Not in the album. You know, go write a statement.


You might as well write a statement if you're facing some type of charges or people are accusing you of something like, I don't I don't get it. I really don't. I just assumed it was only for people in that vehicle.


So, I mean, everybody knows what's going on. Like there was four people in the vehicle, you know, I mean, all those four people on talking.


And then, you know, Tory, even in the music, I guess he's trying to say none of us should judge him.


Right. But he wants a statement.


You're telling us what happened in the music. Just tell us what happened. Period. Mary got a story. You got a story. I'm sure the truth lies somewhere in the middle, but whatever. I know. All right.


Well, he's you know, he is currently out on bond. He posted thirty five thousand dollar bail on July 12th, and he's due back in court on a felony charge in October. So I don't know, maybe him putting this out right now is ahead of that because it's almost October.


But he also has a song called Queen and Slim where he does seem like he's talking more about what happened that day and it has to do with Kylie Jenner. Listen to this next shot.


Tatopoulos Sean Holly, how did it while she was looking like an angel, looking like a baby in a manger house that went sort of but me is still off in a pool.


We just chill and kick it, which is cool. Both of us know that she was trippin, even though I got a question I would love for sure if I told you was different for the simple reason you invited me. But I can't act like Shorty didn't excite me. I had to go wrong. Turn that night, put out of turn it. Everybody think I wasn't the one that night. She was just too drunk to even see it.


Oh my God I. What I say, what all the who shot the instrumental is just sitting there waiting for you to make another mistake like this is just foolish. Like, I don't know if you've got a court date in October, why don't you save all of this for court, let it play out in a court of law. Why are you letting social media push your man like?


Well, maybe he feels like people have been making statements and talking about him and he feels like it's his time to talk to halfway. And maybe that's what feelings are. Listen to what you just said.


The halfway answer that you can't. I've got to say, I'm laughing because I mean, I know, but you can't hear that.


There's a lot more that he does say on the album about things that happen. And like and I just want to be clear here, because I was torn about whether or not we should be covering this. But then I said we do need to cover this because he's telling his side to say, let's see what. Yeah. So let's see what happens. And so that's why we're doing it. We're letting him have the platform to be able to tell his side.


I do still, no matter what, I always feel like we need to always uplift make this stallion because she went through something really traumatic regardless.


Absolutely how it went down.


It was traumatic for her. So it's not a time to be making jokes are coming at her. It's not funny. All right. And no, not at all. Making this stallion is going to be the musical guest, by the way, on Saturday Night Live, October 3rd season premiere. And Chris Rock, who was just on The Breakfast Club, will be hosting. All right.


I'm with you. I tell you what, what you don't want right now is make the stallion talented at getting in that booth, really telling the story. You think making the stallion got a mean trillanes disregard it or you think you don't got to mean sixteen or thirty to forty lengths. Come on.


I do a song, I dream my team up and do something and they might put colony on it. You know, everybody was coming at what if. What if, what if.


Megan get on the who shot instrumental woo. Furthermore Tory Lane.


But I don't want to I don't want them to go back and forth like this. Like I said, I think this was really traumatic for Megan. And I can see that she really does want to just move on and keep on dropping them hits, keep on working. But, you know, he's telling his side also.


I was told I haven't heard it. Our producer Dan told me that he uses portions of the donkey of the day that I gave him in his intro. You didn't clear that her. Hey, hey, Mr. Independent. You didn't clear that. OK, all right. You know, that happened to me the other day.


Somebody like you got to up like, you know, remember that time you didn't you know, you know, you can clear me included what you need to know.


All right. Well, that is your room report. And Charlamagne. Yes.


You giving your donkey to Charles Barkley to come to the front of the congregation. You'd like to have a word with him, please. All right. We'll get into that. Let's keep it like this.


The Breakfast Club. Good morning. I'll be a doctor right now. You also wrote down through. It's time for Donkey Day, so I need to be done with the heat this weekend.


Please tell him I have become Donkey of the Day, The Breakfast Club, because you don't get a day for Friday, September 25th, because the NBA legend Charles Barkley, Charles Barkley is one of the host of one of my favorite TV shows inside the NBA. He was on TNT last night and he had this to say in regards to the Breonia Taylor verdict. Let's listen.


I am worried that we lump all these situations in together, and I feel just bad. The young lady lost her life. But, you know, we do have to take into account that her boyfriend did shoot at the cops and shot a cop. So like I say, even though I'm really sorry she lost her life, I don't think that we can just say we can put this in the same situation with George flawed. And I'm not afraid.


I just don't believe that Sir Charles, in the words of me, Lanard McKelvy. But I guess now Dave Chappelle, since he used this phrase the other night at the Emmys, shut the F up forever. OK, I don't understand. Much like Trillanes, why right now Charles Barkley is talking. Well, I take that back. I understand why he's talking about his job as it his mind. But if you are going to talk about a situation like this, could we deal with the reality of the situation?


Could we deal with the facts of the situation?


Simply playing Charles Rihanna's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, is a law abiding citizen who has never been arrested ever. He was a legal gun owner who thought someone was breaking into his house. There is not a gun owner person on the planet. All right, especially here in America who would not have done the same thing. He literally fired a single shot, one shot downward to scare what he thought was intruders. Charles said her boyfriend, Randy Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, shot at the cops as if he was just in his crib.


So it was the police and started recklessly busting.


No, that's not how this went, Charles. I am a black man from South Carolina, born and raised Geechee to the core, and I totally believe in the Second Amendment. We all have the right to keep and bear arms. Kenneth Walker was illegal gun owner. He was doing what the Constitution says Americans can do. But sadly, Charles Barkley, like so many white folks in this country, doesn't think the Constitution applies to black people.


That can be the only excuse, Charles, because I don't see why you would get on TV and paint a picture of Kenneth Walker in this way when the reality is even that crooked ass judicial system in Kentucky originally charged with attempted murder of a police officer and then those charges, that indictment was dismissed without prejudice. Now, Charles, I don't know if you know or not, but Kenneth Walker has filed a lawsuit. Kenneth is seeking immunity for firing one shot that injured a Louisville officer the night the search warrant was executed.


He is seeking immunity under Kentucky Stand Your Ground law, which protects anyone acting under self-defense. Contrary to popular belief, Charles Barkley Caniff was acting on self-defense, as Keino said, Brianna. And I didn't know who was banging on the door, but the police know what they did. The charges brought against me were meant to silence me and cover up Brianna's murder. Do we have that audio clip we played?


I was laying in bed with Brianna around midnight watching the movie. All of a sudden, someone started banging on the door that refused to answer. When we hear who is it, 15 minutes later, we thought it was dead from a hail of bullets, gunfire. And I was in police custody. The police arrested and charged me with murder of a police officer. I was raised by a good family. I am a legal gun owner, and I would never knowingly shoot a police officer, Brianna.


And I did not know who was banging on the door. Let the police know what they did. The charges brought against me were meant to silence me and cover up Rihanna's murder for her. And those that I love, I can no longer remain silent. That's right.


The charges brought against me were meant to silence me and cover up Rihanna's murder. A cover up, a cover up which no one seems to be talking about. Charles, if you're going to use your platform to chastise somebody, chastised the police, chastised the judicial system, ask them questions, OK, why do we always have so much smoke for each other? Even when we are victimized? We don't have no smoke for the actual people victimized victimizing us.


Now, I'll be the first to tell you. Do I think the cops went in Brianna Taylor's house with the intention to kill a black woman? No, it was a series of events that led to all these mistakes happening. Cops ran in thinking they were running into some sort of trap. House shot is fired because Kenneth Walker thinks there are intruders. Cops fired back because they think they are in a drug house with dangerous criminals. That's what I believe.


And this is just a personal belief. But what I also believe is once they found out they actually killed a black woman and a mistake was made, they tried to cover their ass. And it makes it easier to do this because it was a black person. Look at the mistakes. They tried to cover up all the things they lied about. Charles, if you knew if you need a few facts for your next broadcast, here you go. No one, no forced entry.


Clearly, it shows that the door was busted open. Cops said they knocked. How would you not because you have a no knock warrant to the first police report, said that she had no injuries even though she was dead three before they executed a search warrant, they sent the ambulance the way they're supposed to keep the ambulance on site and for the lieutenant lied on the probable cause affidavit, which was the basis for that no knock search warrant in the first place with all those mistakes made.


Nobody is held accountable. There is not a job in America where there aren't some consequences for making a mistake. In this case, a woman lost their life. That's a hell of a mistake. Someone has to be held accountable for that, Charles. Clearly, they gave you zero prep about this case before you went on the air last night. There's no way in hell you can't see the injustice in this situation. Charles, I've been following you for a long time.


I remember when you are all Costas tonight, and you said that you carried a gun in your car every day of your life since you were 21 or 22, but you never had to use it. Well, Kenneth Walker did, and he shouldn't be punished for that under the letter of the law. Also, Charles Barkley, I remember, according to the L.A. Times, when you guys stopped on the Atlantic City Expressway and got arrested for carrying a loaded handgun, you got charged with carrying a deadly weapon, but the charge was dropped because it was an illegal search.


Do we have any audio of this?


I carry a gun.


You live in Arizona where you can legally even when I lived in Philadelphia, I've had a gun. I carry a gun in my car every year of my life since I was 21, 22.


My point by saying all of that, my point by even bringing that up is, number one, you clearly believe in two way and so did Kenneth Walker. So do I. Only difference between you and Kenneth is Kenneth had to bust his gun because someone ran up in his house, just like I'm sure if people would have ran up on you in your car, you would have defended yourself as well. Charles, we are talking about injustice. OK, yes, you can put this in the same case as a model.


And George Floyd, because an injustice was done to Brianna Taylor. She was not a threat to the police in any way. At the least, it should have been second degree manslaughter because you clearly don't care about the facts. If you do care about the facts, you only care about them when it pertains to white people.


You okin of Walker and Brianna Taylor's family, an apology because you're implying Brianna Taylor is dead because Kenneth exercised his right to bear arms. If the cops aren't at fault here, then nobody is at fault here. And that's the way we should leave it. Charles, we already got America blaming us for the pain this country causes us. Let's not, as black people become shame and victim, blame each other.


Please let me give Charles Barkley the big see how he ha he you stupid mother, you dumb.


All right. Well, thank you for that donkey today. Well deserved.


Coming up next, we have attorney Benjamin Crump and Tares joining us. Tense Figueiro, So Don't Move is The Breakfast Club. Good morning.


The Breakfast Club. Back to you, checking out the world's most dangerous morning show, Yepez, the world's most dangerous morning show, The Breakfast Club. Charlamagne got Angela and and we got two very important people on the phones. Right now. We have attorney Ben Crump and we also have the host of this Great Shot No Chaser podcast on the Black Effect podcast network. What I heartwood radio Taslim cigarroa would was for a test was happening.


What's going on. Family Guy. Glad to be here. SAT under these unfortunate circumstances and thank you for having us. I was hoping you guys could walk us through what happened because I know people have questions and I know you do have a ten thirty a.m. press conference to address everything from the family side this morning. So if you could just give us some insight on Brianna Taylor and what they decided to indict one cop on.


Thank you, Angie. And I also thank you, Charlamagne N.V. for allowing us to be on the Breakfast Club to hopefully educate people and engage people and empower people in the aftermath of these sham proceedings. From your cameras, the Kentucky attorney general, grand jury proceedings. And we continue to be baffled, like Brianna Taylor's family, my co counsel's attorney. I need a break and attorney Sam here as to what exactly did the Kentucky attorney general present to the grand jury?


Did he say anything at all on behalf of Brianna Taylor and Charlamagne? If he did not, then he unilaterally made a decision to put his thumb on the scales of justice to exonerate these killer cops for murdering Brianna Taylor in the sanctity of her own home and made certain to deny Brianna Taylor any due process, having her family have their day in court and make sure that she didn't have any justice. And that is why we are demanding that. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Kahneman, this young black Republican, released the transcripts of the grand jury proceedings.


So we can see if Brianna Taylor had a voice at all in there. I mean, Angie, for 191 days, we all were yelling to say her name. And in in the indictment, he doesn't say her name once.


It makes me wonder, Attorney Crump, was this ever really an investigation into Brianna Taylor's actual murder? You know, that is the question, Charlamagne, because when you think about the fact that he keeps proclaiming this one neighbor who said that the police not then announced their presence, even though our legal team have recordings of 12 neighbors who lived in close proximity to Brianna Taylor's apartment, who said they never heard the police not even announce their presence. And also the fact that that one neighbor who said that he heard the police announce, well, they gave two previous statements and where he said he didn't hear the police knocking them out.


So did he tell the grand jury that or did he just tell them this third version of that neighbor? And seldom did he present the 12 other neighbors to the grand jury. And the big thing, when you think about the context of why they were there in the first place, that Brianna Taylor's apartment and allowed to burst open her front door, it was based on a lie on this probable cause affidavit that was performed by this lieutenant who said the United States postal inspector said Brianna was receiving packages at her apartment where the United States postal inspector came out and said that is not true.


They have that Brianna didn't receive any packages to her apartment in the year 2020. Then your cameras present that to the grand jury. And I know this is a self-defense, if I guess I should explain that for a minute. He tried to say, Charlamagne, that there were no charges brought against Brianna for her death because her boyfriend, Kenny Walker, who was registered as a gun owner, a law abiding citizen as well. And I have talked about the fact that he's never been arrested in his life when he exercised his right to the Second Amendment to protect his woman and to protect himself and to protect their cash.


So they, like a black person, can't use self-defense from people who they thought were intruders into their apartment. And so Daniel Kahneman tries to erroneously apply that defense of. Against Kemba Walker, a pass to Briana Taylor, who by definition was an innocent third party, and the law clearly says you cannot use violence or aggression or shoot or kill an innocent third party person. If you you're trying to say you were exercising your self-defense rights against another person who was an aggressor.


And everybody has said that Brianna did not have a gun, that Brianna posed no threat. She was a black woman in her apartment, fairly close. She was in her underwear when they put six bullets in her body and mutilated her.


Then what about for people that say that they feel that because the family got the money in a civil suit a couple of days ago, that that was the reason that that that they lost the case and nobody was charged?


Yeah, well, first of all, that's the biggest bunch of B.S. that that they're circulating on the Internet. There is no such thing as once you get a settlement on the civil side that that has any direct correlation to correlation to the criminal side. There's no such thing as saying, oh, well, I'll just take the money and don't worry about charging the murderer of my child. Those two things have nothing to do with each other. I know that.


Like you always say, Charlamagne, the lies are more entertaining the truth, and that's just a lie. That's just just flat out not true. And it's disrespectful to the life of Rihanna. Taylor is disrespectful to our mother that birthed this woman, and the two have nothing to do with it. And if the civil society was not if they didn't get any justice on that side, we wouldn't have anything at all. Right. Now, there are three things that happens when we talk about justice.


One is hitting folks in the pocket. At some point they're going to get tired of paying out these multimillion dollar settlements to is when we protest and when we continue to scream, yell, say their name. And then three, it is the policy. Since the murder of George Ford, there's been over 100 cities that have an active police reform all over this country. So we are making some progress in police reform. But this is another opportunity to show where the light to expose how those who are elected in office matter.


This is a statewide seat. Let's ask the Democrats, what did they do on the state level that Daniel Cameron was able to gain a receipt, a seat that was once held by a Democrat? This is the first Republican that was elected to a state attorney general since nineteen forty four. But when we hear all of this, Trump is bad, Trump is bad. Are we all get out the vote? Let's look at the numbers. How did this happen in 2008?


What does that say that says that Republicans are serious about taking over, getting back in this state? Elected officials from the state and the local, while we're all talking about Trump, Trump trumped up Trump. They're moving. It's not a game. It's a campaign. They're moving forward. Did he get to see because he said he was the first black elected, which once again showed that just because somebody is black does not mean that they have my back.


These are the things that we have to look at when we look at the science of the politics of it all. And this is another issue on showing that yet again, politics has failed us. And yet again, we have to look at how did it happen and doesn't just fall just on the boat. It's Kentucky has a Democrat governor. This is a Democrat, pretty much freedom in a state. So when people say, oh, well, you know, Kentucky, that's just Kentucky, you know, Democrats won the state.


But what happened at the state level?


We got more with Attorney Crump and says Figueiro when we come back. So don't move us to Breakfast Club.


Good morning. Good morning, everybody. Is D.J. Envy, Angela? Yes, I mean, the guy we are, the Breakfast Club, we're still kicking it with attorney Benjamin Crump and says Figueiro.


Yeah. How is Brianna's family doing right now? Because I know you guys have been in contact and obviously speaking with them. So I do want to just ask on a human level, how are they handling handling themselves, you know, and you to make a promise heartbroken.


She does not understand, as I'm sure you don't either. I don't. How you get to launch an endangerment charge on her white neighbor's apartment next door to her. But you don't get a wanton endangerment charge on her black neighbors where a bullet went into her apartment as well, a burglary on the table. And the fact that you don't get any wanton endangerment charges for the bullets that went into her apartment. And if you don't get a long term murder charges for the bullets that went into her body, I mean, nothing that Daniel Cameron did on this grand jury makes any common sense or legal sense.


And we have to hold these prosecutors accountable for losing these cases with these killer cops that keep killing unarmed black people in the most unjustifiable ways.


You know, Attorney Ben, you talked about the lie on the affidavit. Why did none of the officers get charged for that are trying to cover up what actually happened after the fact?


Man, you I mean, you hit on the head of the mirror so hard right now because we don't believe Daniel Kammen ever present. In fact, I think he said in his press conference he didn't present the fact that this lieutenant. For this on this probable cause affidavit. So that wasn't even considered by the grand jury. That's where we're seeing with any evidence presented on Brown and the fact that and the aftermath as tears and I talked about, they had this three page police report that was filled with liars, Charlamagne, to show that it was a conspiracy to cover up regarding the step from the very beginning, he there was no forced entry when we know her door was born to them to allow them to get in.


And it also said there were no injuries, even though Brianna was laying dead. And so they sent the ambulance away. You know, when you have these policies and procedures that where it is foreseeable, when you execute this dangerous no not warrant, I mean, you come in here in and plainclothes, you're not announcing yourself. That's the very definition of no, not warrant. And so you have an ambulance standing by because you have four seats that people could be injured or police officers can be injured with all these girls, they sit there and so wait.


And Brianna, put at least 20 minutes lay there with those bullets bleeding on her hallway floor and they offer her no medical attention. Wow.


Listen, I know we got to wrap, but I want you to give us some hope, massive words of encouragement, a call to action, because I don't have any right now. Is there a bright side to this situation? What's next?


I think what we have to do is just continue to press forward. But there's two things that we have to hold people accountable. One, our own elected officials that we elect in office and demand that they continue to advocate for our issues. And we also have to say welcome. The fact that just because somebody is black doesn't mean they have my back. I keep stressing that because that was something that he used in order to get in office. And three, we have to know that this stuff does matter.


At the end of the day, there has been police reform all over this country. When we look at look at Colorado, for example, I encourage listeners to go look and see it. All of the things that have happened in Colorado, when we talk about police reform, these types of actions have made a difference. Shout out to Tamika since doubt that has been brought in every single day in Kentucky fighting for this for this sister. We have to all look at how does this all affect us in our everyday lives?


And again, the three things that are most important, we continue to push on the civil side. We continue to push for the criminal side and we continue to push for policy. This is not about blaming this family for getting a settlement when I know damn well that every listener that is listening right now, if they went to Walmart and they slip and fall, the first person they will call will be in an attorney position to move her life. You know that this family has the right, you know, to sue this government.


And so these are the things that instead of blaming each other and blaming ourselves and beating up on each other and beating up on Attorney Crump and beating up on the protesters, let us all come together and push this line. There is an election that is coming up on November 3rd. If you are not motivated by Biden and you are not scared enough of Trump, you damn well better be scared enough to know that you need to vote for your state and local elected officials, because that is what makes a difference in our everyday lives.


You know, our laws, they teach us to evoke emotion because we know if people get emotional, they will act. Hopefully everybody's emotional over the loss of our sister, Brianna Keilar. So we want you to use that emotional attachment, figure research and go to the polls and vote, if not for Biden, if not for Trump, but vote for Brianna because her life matters. All right.


Going to have her here alive than any amount of money. So I just want to say you I believe it. No amount of money. They would rather have her here.


All right. Well, thank you guys for checking in.


Thank you. Thank you. The Breakfast Club. Warning everybody is D.J., N.V. Angeles Charlamagne, the guy we are at the Breakfast Club.


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Rihana Listen, this is all the guys got the rumor report guy got in the. It's the rule report, The Breakfast Club, Dellucci, some good news for you boys, be honest, Savage Fenty has a men's underwear on the way and I want to officially start campaigning for both of you to actually post sexy pictures on Instagram in the underwear where this men's underwear.


But he thought about that when I saw that.


I know you got what I announced that she announced that she had that I was like, you know what? That would make the go crazy, you know what I mean? But I don't want Brightwood what I'm saying. Oh, I'm pretending it shut up.


Yeah. So, I mean, I'm so jealous that I would do that.


Like, don't you show off my good on Instagram, you stop and mini me and Christian Combs is already part of it and the campaign images feature him as you know, his son. And now you can get that little ambassador checks too from some Fenty Savage.


I take my 40 ass up there, do that thing I did.


You called me forty forty bu forty two.


Just shut up, man. You know, you just be your kicking me making things up in your mind. That's what he was like along those same lines.


Robert Kraft, the owner of the New England Patriots, will be cleared of massage parlor sex charges that he will not on cable charges that he paid for massage parlor, say they did a misdemeanor charge against him.


How he beat that and he had to have cameras. I'm not sure how he meant. You know, he's got a lot of money.


So maybe that's how they said he was a misdemeanor charge.


Yeah, it was a misdemeanor charge. It wasn't like it was a felony in it. It would only got a fine and he wasn't going to get jail time anyway. So it would have been community service and other sanctions.


All right. Nicole Brown Simpson's diaries are going to be made public. And a new documentary, O.J. and Nicole An American Tragedy, is a two hour investigation discovery special that will coincide with the 25th anniversary of O.J. Simpson's acquittal in that murder case. So her sister, Tanya, will read from the personal notes, including explicit accounts of domestic violence. There's over 60 incidents of beatings and they just weren't admissible in court. And that's all right.


And Garcelle Bovo says that Jamie Fox is hung like a horse. Here's what she had to say on a podcast. You look like that. Why did you jump up like that?


Going to bed with guys? She's talking to Jamie. Facts about it. And here's what happened. Why don't you and Jamie together? And I said, well, you know, we have a really great relationship now and then. I said, he's also hung like a horse.


Oh, I do it all the time.


Let me go ahead and do this 50 so I can have somebody say that about me. Nobody's going to say that about you.


And I don't know.


Nobody's going to say that you were you saw this numerous times and you're not that big. All right. Let's talk about Allen Iverson on all the smoke podcast.


Steven Jackson was talking to Allen Iverson and giving him his roses while he's here. Listen to this. We love you, bro.


And you gave a lot of people confidence when they didn't have confidence in myself. We've got a lot of people know that they can be themselves and still be successful. Right. And then they just us, bro, and I just basketball players is what I'm saying is rappers. It's everybody. You gave them the confidence to be themselves and anything they can do. All of us, bro. And that's why people follow you. And you got to accept that.


And you know what I'm telling you, because you mean a lot to us. We can't lose you. We just lost Kobe. We can't lose you. We're going to give you all the flowers in the world right now. Stephen Jackson, Dollying.


Allen Iverson is a black cultural icon. I ordered all three colorways of his jersey off eBay. When I was a youngster. I had all his sneakers. Full disclosure right now upstairs, I have a pair of questions and an Allen Iverson Mitchell in South Jersey because he is a cultural icon. I love that man.


Yeah, he's gone to Allen Iverson also talked about somebody who he hates and that people that he hates. But there is one father son who he doesn't like. This one guy.


I know you know who I'm talking to. I know. I know you hate me and trust me. Trust me, I don't hate nobody. Yes, I do. I hate you. And just trust me the way you hate me. Well, I hate you, too. And I'm not mentioning your name because I only want the whole world to even know that got them. And I gave you that type of love. Oh, and you and your dad.


Now, I haven't done any digging to see exactly who this person is, but I believe that it's Dan Levitan.


I need to know why he hates Dan Levitan and Pappe, his father, so much. 011 wonder what happened there. Dan Levitan tweeted out that he doesn't have an issue with Allen Iverson, but he can't speak for his father. OK, and you could ask them and all right, well, I'm Angela Yee, and that is your rooma report. And by the way, new music Friday. I know we did talk about Trillanes, but there's a lot of new music that is out today.


So we encourage you to, again, listen to that. Little Wayne has a new song out called Holy. And here's a little snippet for you.


On my cell phone and in my bed, my son's toys and my daughter pick up my boys and my woman. The dress, it's a catch me if I follow up on my mother. And it once again popped up and again after to get laptops and everything. Put the house up. Don't say anything. Keep your mouth shut. It's up to words. And that's how much if I do get we get touch. What about Mom YPO? I said I've got to do what I gotta.


You go right with me are you not. And she still kind of said I'm not palls. I said it probably was best. Well, I'll be back when pigs fly so they can follow me on my jet. Now, that is from little Wayne's deluxe version of Carter five. Another deluxe version, by the way, that's out today is Bryson Tiller. Just to ask why he celebrates Chepstow with a deluxe edition with our five new songs on there.


So make sure you check that out. Machine Gun Kelly also has tickets to My Downfall. It's a pop punk LP that's produced by Travis Barker. Feto being Public Enemy Action Bronson ASEP on new albums out today as well. And we already played for you this morning, Travis Scott featuring Young Thug and MIA franchise. All right. I'm Anthony, and that is your rooma report. All right.


So listen. So I just I just want to say also make sure you listen to the all the small podcasts on Black Effect. I heart radio. It's available everywhere you listen to podcast. Now, all you can do is go to the Iroha radio app and click the Black Effect tab. The new episode, Allen Iverson is up right now. Subscribe subscribe to the Osmo podcast. All right.


And also shout out to Will Smith and his their birthday today. So happy birthday to those brothers.


Happy birthday to Will Smith and happy birthday to my partner Tip. My tip is forty years old today. Welcome to the Forty Forty Club King. Salute to you. I'm glad you exist. I'm glad both of you all exist. By the way, Will Smith and TR.


No, no. Yeah.


A first of beauty and two thousand or two. When he didn't even have a recording with him he was in between record deals. He had just dropped. I'm serious.


And then the face had dropped him and he had when I, when I first met him he had twenty fours on white label on a CD and he came to my shop in Columbia, South Carolina.


I'll one wanted to know it's my God, love them.


Let's get into a little 25th. So happy birthday to them. Happy birthday to my best friend in the world, Santigold.


Mm hmm. Let's get into the mix. You can play some Will Smith, some some some Will Smith and Tia in the mix and shout to revolt. We'll see you on Monday at is the Breakfast Club.


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Morning everybody is D.J. Envy Angela Ye shall I mean the guy we are the Breakfast Club. Now out to Chris Rock for joining us this morning.


Luke's hilarious one of our one of our greatest voices since he's been alive. I'm so happy that he exists.


And also shout to attorney Benjamin Crump and his Figueiro for joining us this morning teslik Figaro, Figaro, Figaro.


You just got Figaro, Figaro, Figaro, Figaro.


I don't know what you said, but she's the host of this great shot No Chaser podcast on the Block podcast. Network on I. Heart Radio will be launching that soon. Right.


And again, I've got to encourage her to make sure that you vote, OK, don't let anybody talk you out of voting. That is voter suppression when they try to tell you not to. And when it comes to driving change, there's no action as powerful as casting a vote. So Levi's is teaming up with Rock the Vote to get as many people as possible registered and ready to vote. This far just takes Levi's to seven eight eight six eight three.


That's alibi's to seven eight eight six eight three. That's how you get to key dates. Election remind us and voter's info from Rock the Votes. And yes.


And I'll tell you something tells me when you vote, local elections are so important. I got to salute my guy. Mayor Steven Benjamin in Columbia, South Carolina, Mayor Steve Benjamin. I reached out to him a couple of months ago. You know, I always do my annual book bag drive, but of course, that didn't seem right this year because everybody is doing virtual learning.


And so, you know, Steve, of course, was already two steps ahead of me and he couldn't he connected me with Ignite Cities and his man, Sam Johnson and Elevation Church in Columbia. And we were able to provide free Wi-Fi for the Colony Apartments in Columbia, South Carolina. So that's why local elections are important, because those are the people that actually make things happen in the communities that, you know, we come from and care about. So salute my man, Mayor Steve Benjamin in Columbia, South Carolina, and ignite cities.


All right. All right. We've got good people representing us in office. All right.


When we come back, we got the positive. No, so don't move us to Breakfast Club. Good morning. Morning, everybody. Is D.J. Envy, Angela Charlemagne, the guy we are The Breakfast Club.


This gentleman, you got a positive note? I'm not gonna lie.


Angela said this quote earlier. I didn't. I'm just reading this whole quote was fancy name Garcelle Boo Boo Boo.


Well, yeah, that's going to be your quote today. She took my Jamie.


Is that what you think? She's what a would say.


She said, Jamie Fox is hung like a horse. What what would I do if all of that. God, no. What not to give me because he knows my.


Oh, whoa, wait a minute. Wait. You deal with that. So what would you do it all? That's not crazy about me. If I had to make rules that he got slapped with a penis on his forehead, is that what I had a woman saying that about my penis, my eagle?


It's not what you just said. Now, that's definitely what you said to me. You said Garcelle Bovo said, I don't know what I would do with all that.


And then you said, God knows when not to give me what a good job is, not what I meant. You don't have to be cold in some way, OK?


No, no, there wasn't no, there was no cover. The positive note is this every time.


I never gave you that because I don't know how you would handle it.


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