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Hi, I'm Ali Wentworth. You know, I'm not a truth sayer, a therapist or an advice columnist, I'm not even a particularly sage, but I do know a thing or two about a thing or two. And I've lived those things or two or three and consequently fallen on my face and occasionally been enlightened. So join me for Go Ask Ali for this season. I'll probe all the questions about growing a teenager in a pandemic. Go ask Ali premieres Thursday, August 20th, with all new episodes releasing every other Thursday.

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Listen to Ghost Gauley on the I Heart radio app, Apple podcast or wherever you get your podcasts.

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This is your wake up call the local breakfast club to show you love to from the West Coast. Evangelia Charlamagne Gujranwala Show on the Planet. This is where I respect this show because this is a voice. Societal society in the gay guys are the coveted morning show which are on impact in the culture that winds up in the morning and each day want to hear that the world's most dangerous morning show.

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Good morning, USA. Yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo.

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Good morning Angela. Yea mining DMV Charlemagne the guy peace to the planet. Guess what day it is. Guess what day it is.

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Home to Iowa.

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Yes, it's Wednesday. Tough day. What. I'm Cerrado. I did that laugh with confidence took that actually had time to brush my teeth this morning. So look at God. God is good. I read a study yesterday, I think it was in the New York Post and everybody listening to us nationally, New York Post, of course, here in New York. And it said that people who wear mask brush their teeth a lot more now because they can actually smell their breath in the mask.

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You're aware of those changes your breath may go through throughout the day.

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So I said all of that to say that I'm starting off today fresh. Right confidence because I brush this morning, I can do all kind of suffering succotash using this microphone and I feel bad about it. All right.

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I won't shout to my my little baby girl yesterday. Yesterday was her birthday. So she's into unicorns and dolphins. So we had a unicorn in Dolphin Party.

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Oh, I got the spaceship party tomorrow for my you go tomorrow unicorn party, unicorn balloons, all types of unicorn things, plates, forks, knives and stuff. So it's pretty cool. It's pretty fun.

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She had a great time. She was so excited. She woke up. We say happy birthday to her and then we just chilled and relaxed, did everything that she wanted to do all day, which included eat cotton candy. It included a whole bunch of silly stuff.

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But my daughter had feeling in the world it is it's nothing like walking in party city and saying, hey, where's the space stuff? We need you to bring things in. Somebody direct you to Star Wars. We like knowing that Star Wars, Star Wars, I mean, the other space, the other galaxy that's far, far away. All right. That doesn't have Luke Skywalker, regular space stars and some moons and rockets. That's so. Yeah.

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Yeah.

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So you're getting ready for yours and mine yesterday. So let's let's get the show cracking. City Girls will be joining us this morning. That's right, baby. We audit women's empowerment. We got a we've got a black woman as the vice presidential running mate for the Democratic Party. We've got the city girl this morning, baby. Hey, you whoppers out. Let's go drop clues by for Bally's.

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I would like to have it in front page news, what are we talking about you I think you already know what we're talking about. We'll be talking about Kamala Harris as Joe Biden's pick for vice president. And we'll tell you what people are saying. All right. We'll get into that next as The Breakfast Club.

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Good morning. Morning, everybody. Is D.J. and Angela? Yes. I mean, the guy we are, the Breakfast Club, is getting some front page news where we start new.

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Well, Joe Biden has selected Kamala Harris to be his running mate. He posted on Twitter, I have the great honor to announce that I picked Kamala Harris, a fearless fighter for the little guy and one of the country's finest public servants, as my running mate, dropping bombs for Senator Kamala Harris.

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I'm excited. I'm right now I'm getting a little ride with I'm more than a little excited. I'm riding with Senator Kamala Harris. I'm excited to vote for her in November. To everyone who has questions about her, we should continue to question our records. We should continue to make demands for policy commitments. Please understand, we got work to do. I think this is the one. I think so.

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Kamala Harris tweeted out, Joe Biden can unify the American people because he spent his life fighting for us. And as president, he'll build an America that lives up to our ideals. I'm honored to join him as our party's nominee for vice president and do what it takes to make him our commander in chief. Now, when and if elected, she will be the first Asian-American and the first black vice president. And this is a time that, you know, there's a lot of racial reckoning in the country.

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So people are pointing this out. I did see a lot of people on Fox News and on other networks saying that because she is from Jamaica, from the Caribbean, that she is not African-American. But do you not know how black people got to Jamaica in the first place?

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I'm not even having that conversation with something to Africa, not even entertaining them.

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Distraction, nothing taking this thing. All right. Now, Donald Trump in the meantime, of course, had something to say here.

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It was Donald Trump when he found that the news as far as Komala is concerned, she's a big tax raiser. She's a big slasher of funds for our military. And she's got a lot of difficult things that she's going to have to explain. Plus, she was very, very nasty to one of the reasons that surprised me. She was very she was probably nastier than even Pocahontas to Joe Biden. She said things during the debates that were horrible.

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It's amazing to me that people think Senator Kamala Harris is being mean and nasty to Joe Biden during the primary debate, only a black person would be called nasty and mean and disrespectful for questioning their own oppression. She was pulling Joe Biden's card for his role in segregationist policies, which kept her from riding the bus, and she called him on that. But she's being called nasty and disrespectful for questioning her own oppression. So weird.

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Well, Donald Trump is also called NBA players, very nasty and very dumb for criticizing him. And I think that's his explanation for anybody that has criticism of anything.

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He's, you know, usually a good thing for women because he called Hillary Clinton after he got into the house nasty. That's usually his go to for four powerful women, actually. Right.

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Well, he has also said this about NBA players now as well. He said some are very nasty, very, very nasty and frankly, very dumb. The way they cater to China, the way they bow to China.

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It's a disgrace, frankly, and they make a lot more money here than they do from China. But we have a system here that allows you to disrespect your system, and that's too bad for them. Too bad for them. They don't appreciate what they have here. No. All right.

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Now, Donald Trump had more to say about Kamala Harris as the VP pick, the horrible way she again treated Justice Kavanaugh. That was a horrible event. I thought it was terrible for her. I thought was terrible for our nation. I thought she was the meanest, the the most horrible, most disrespectful of anybody in the U.S. Senate.

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This is an old old lady. Well, I was going to let you hear what that questioning sounded like to hear if you thought it would please you.

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If she was just doing her job, can you think of any laws that give government the power to make decisions about the male body? I'm happy to answer a more specific question.

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But male versus female, there are medical procedures on the government that the government has the power to make a decision about a man's body.

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I thought you were asking about medical procedures that are unique to men.

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I'll repeat the question. Can you think of any laws that give the government the power to make decisions about the male body? I'm not I'm not thinking of any right now.

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Center pressure, pressure, pressure, pressure, pressure, pressure, pressure. Let me tell you something, man. I mean, she asked the question. That's all it sounded like to me.

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She does that in Senate hearings all the time. All white men do not like Senator Kamala Harris, all white Republicans. And that's one of the reasons I'm riding with her, because whoever the old white people don't like, when they go out of their way to attack, that's what you should do. You should who you should focus on. OK, I've heard Jeff Sessions say Senator Kamala Harris scares him. And there's a great article that came out yesterday, and the headline is Smart Republicans Know.

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He said America is about to find out what smart Republicans already knew. And they say smart Republicans could see Kamala Harris coming years ago and they tried to smother her early.

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OK, so I want people to do their own research on her record. I want people to do their own research on her and don't learn from Twitter or YouTube, because I saw I had so many people sending me videos yesterday that were coming from avid Trump supporters.

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OK, that's so that's really who you're going to get your information from in regards to her or her record. Do your research, please. It's a lot of great articles out there. You can read a public defender in San Francisco wrote one yesterday that I think is a very, very, very good read that you should check up. All right.

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Well, that is your front page news now. Get it off your chest. Eight hundred five eight five one two five one. If you need to hit us up right now is the Breakfast Club.

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Good morning. The Breakfast Club. It was May 19th, 1983, in Springfield, Oregon, in the middle of an otherwise peaceful, cool spring night, a car arrived at Mackenzie Willamette Hospital. Diane Downs and her three children had been shot, Cheryl's seven was dead and Danny, three, and Kristy, eight, had life threatening injuries a year later.

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Diane herself was found guilty for the shootings in the 80s. This was a shocking headline story of Fatal Attraction.

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Authorities believed Diane's infatuation with a married man who said he had no interest in being a father to anyone's children was the possible motive behind her shooting her three kids one year later at her trial. She was pregnant. That child was Becky Babcock. Four years, Becky, has tried to come to terms with who her mother is. But one mystery has haunted her. Who is her biological father? She's what I call a jackpot match. Did you find Becky's biological father?

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Join me as we search for the answer and explore Becky's and her mother's past on this season of Happy Face to Face. Listen on the I Heart radio app, Apple podcast, or wherever you find your favorite shows. This is your time to get it off your chest, whether you're mad or blessed to have the same energy. We want to hear from you on the Breakfast Club. Hello.

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Who's this domain name? But I'll get it off your chest. You mean. Listen, man, I want to give a shout out to Charlamagne for his Brooklyn inspired me to get help and go to rehab and I went to rehab, quote s and I almost lost my life. They lost my my asthma medication and I had I had asthma attack and then they kicked me out because of that as crazy drug. So where are you right now?

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Right now I'm in a hotel trying to get into a different program, you know, I mean, I've been battling drugs for a long time, but I want to let you know, when I went to jail, I read your book and it inspired me to help out which one black, one sugar, one black.

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But I think you can appreciate my brother Dogg. I appreciate. I had a choice to go to go on the street or go get help. And your book inspired me to get help.

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Well, you know, dawg, I'm sure Charlamagne got an extra book, the new one, and he can send you that as well.

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And I cannot book help him right now taking place. I know, but I enjoy reading your book, so you should definitely give him no one.

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No, I definitely will. Absolutely. What inspired me, man, I'm telling you, I was I was blessed that I read that book, man.

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I wish I had a program.

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I could I could I could give you something Marionville and Queen, you know. I mean, so I have a I have a social work that I'm going to go see tomorrow. I mean, today, OK, I'm up I'm up early and I'm focused. You know, I'm saying I'm still sober.

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And God, you know, listen, man, if you need me as a reference to something, you know, I'll give you I give you I give you some information.

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Well, I just want to put the program on full blast because they they they did me dirty. They even try to put me in a crazy house for a week. So I went, wow, you go, yeah. But I didn't even take no medicine. I made them I gave them the donkey.

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Today, all they've got before you go get your info. So my only chance for now, get it off your chest.

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Eight hundred five eight five one two five one. If you need to vent this up now is the Breakfast Club. Good morning.

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The Breakfast Club. I'm telling you, this is your time to get it off your chest, whether you're mad or blessed.

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Eight hundred five eight five one five one. We want to hear from you on the Breakfast Club. Hello. Who's this?

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Hey, what's up? Have a good morning. Good morning, Angela. Good morning, Charlamagne. What's going on?

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Good morning to you. Yes, today's a good day. I'm proud of Joe Biden for making the decision of nominating Senator Harris and his running mate. A couple of weeks ago, I called in and I was very critical of her, upset about it in the past. But definitely going into the future, she you know, she had the means to make amends. Everyone can change or one could have a change of heart when it comes to, you know, things that they did in the past.

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And I think Joe Biden said one of the greatest things that he wanted the White House to look like the country and having a woman of different background and heritage definitely helped to make the country more diverse and to bring us together and to make it happen, to make it. And we seem to be voting for her because she's. But why not? But no, not not because you have to be critical of politicians all the time. And it's a high pressure position.

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And we've got to keep the pressure on them to make sure they make the right decisions. But I'm proud of her and I'm proud of Joe Biden. And I Charlamagne, I'm putting together this article right, that Jamaica as a small country on the United States, on black consciousness and on hip hop and hope from my my Marcus Garvey. Yeah, Marcus Garvey, the Bob Marley to Biggie Smalls to to grab like all these people, the guys you make, Safari Safari Safari does not have an effect on black culture, my friend.

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But Ed Harris, pick up to Joe Biden and pick up to the Breakfast Club. Thank you, guys. I want you to go read this article is this great article that came out in USA Today. I mentioned it a little while ago, but I forgot this shot. I shot it out with you.

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You didn't say that. You didn't say to the writer the article. You didn't say his name. Yeah, Nikki. Dominque Solis, a woman. She's a public defender. She worked with Kamala Harris and she said that Kamala Harris was the most progressive D.A. in California. And she said she didn't take away.

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You know, one thing you can take away from Kamala Harris is the time. And the fact is that if you had an 80 percent conviction rate, I mean, she was good at her job. So, I mean, if you want somebody that's going to be, you know, diligent on the job and someone that is really focused in on what they need to do. And if you could get an 80 percent conviction rate during that time, even though that was a bad thing for us as black men.

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And I mean, that means you could lock in on her job and do something. So you've got to know that was going to November and, you know, go got to answer poor you got all right.

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I don't even think she's the lesser of two evils. I really do think she's a political change agent. I never I never heard about her having an 80 percent conviction rate. But if you go and read this article about Nikki Solis and she's a public defender and Nikki says, I grappled with this idea of defending a former prosecutor for a long time, but I have to say what I feel is right to set the record straight on Harris. And this is a public defender in San Francisco.

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She said that Kamala Harris was the most progressive D.A. in California and she lists all of these different reasons why. It was a couple of things on there that I didn't even know, especially the fact that she didn't prosecute prostitutes. She, you know, sent them to get therapy to deal with the trauma that I was like, wow, child prostitutes. Well, get it off your chest.

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Eight five eight five one two five one that we got rumors on the way.

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I yes. We are going to be talking about a new romantic comedy that Alicia Keys is doing for Netflix. Also, since we're talking about lawyers and law, Candy Burris and a course on her life and career at Georgia State Law. We'll discuss that. All right. We'll get into that next. Keep it locked is The Breakfast Club.

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Good morning. The Breakfast Club. This and all the guys got the ruler report guy got with Angela, Angela. Remember for The Breakfast Club, where the star of Real Housewives of Atlanta, and she's also, of course, a singer from escaping an entrepreneur candy bars, they're going to be teaching a college course about her life and career at Georgia State University College of Law. Now, the professor, Mo Ivory, said, I chose Candy because she has an amazing career which spans every aspect of the entertainment industry from music, television and live performance to licensing apparel and more.

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I wanted to study a woman this time around and having worked with Kanye in the past and knew she was the perfect choice. She handles her business and it shows with her success. But all the while she's completely approachable and willing to share her lessons learned. I couldn't be happier for my students to learn the law through Kennedy's career that I don't know.

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Yeah, I mean, if you can if you can turn somebody's life into a teachable moment and there's lessons to be taught, do it. Why not look to kids?

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And she does have a lot going on. She's right. She owns those old Lady Gangitano restaurants. She has the candy coated Knights podcast cash. She has a bedroom candy sex toy line. She won the messenger this year. She's on the QAI this season. She was an escape. They did a new album. She is a Grammy Award winning songwriter. She's on The Real Housewives of Atlanta since 2009. That's a lot. So sometimes you sit there and think about all the things one person is doing.

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So shout out to Candy posted on her Instagram. I'm so honored that Georgia State University College of Law decided to do a legal course about my life. Wow. Thank you. They will go through the different business and career choices that I've made from a legal perspective, and that is a lot to go through. All right. And speaking of making transitions, Julia Michelle, you know her from Basketball Wives. She'll be starring in her own docu series on ZUS.

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So here is part of that trailer.

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How would I tell the people I'm back? What? I say I'm back. Now, that's too casual, but I say. I'm back, bitches, now that's already been done. I'm back. I mean, I'm back, but, you know, I never left, right? Oh, that's why I thought she was going back to Basketball Wives.

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That's what I first when I heard I'm back. No, it's a temperature record. Doses of Dreya. It's all about Dreya. Yeah. It's our own docu series. Ten Parts. God damn it. No Limit docu series. Only five Roughriders, only five hundred and ten.

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I think it's like a reality show kind of, you know, it's a docu series, but it is kind of a reality show.

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So when she was on Sterling Broome's podcast with Revan late in a few weeks ago, wine and weed, she probably was just trying to garner attention for that show. I mean, I, I didn't listen to the whole podcast, but I'm sure she talked about it. Right. So I'm she probably is trying to garner attention for that show. Mhm. Yeah.

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I'm not sure. I mean business has to deal with Joselyn from love and hip hop jasmines cabaret auditions. They also did the Black China series. So you really, you really got me wanting to sign up now.

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You know it's my interest.

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I mean like it might not be for you necessarily. Maybe you're not the target audience, but somebody. Yeah, I write Alicia Keys. It's producing a Netflix romantic comedy starring Christina Milian, Jay Pharoah and Sequoia Walls. So that is tentatively now I don't think has a title yet. It's yet untitled. So it centers around an aspiring pop star who ends up as the entertainment at her fiance's wedding after we reluctantly taking a gig at a luxurious island resort in the wake of a music career meltdown.

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Sounds funny being the entertainment at your fiance's wedding. All right.

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And the Fresh Prince of Bel Air has a drama reboot in the works based on what is a good friend. I will YouTube trailer. And that update is from Will Smith. Benny Medina and Quincy Jones is currently being shopped to streamers including HBO, Max Peacocke and Netflix, amongst others. And so it's all about how a viral YouTube. Yeah, that's going to be a new series. So should be pretty dope. Here's part of that. In case you didn't see it, look at you.

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The only reason why you're not in jail is because Uncle Phil called in a favor.

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You are carrying a gun on the streets to protect yourself. I've done my best will. It's time for a change. You're going to Bel Air to live with your uncle and Aunt Bel Air out of all places. This is the second chance we are. Don't waste.

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Yeah, I only want to see this in I see this on one of the premium cable networks are one of the streaming services because I want it to be dark and I want it to be gritty. I really love this concept. Now, this is a dope concept because when you think about the back story of the Fresh Prince of Bel Air, it is not like he grew up in the hoods of West Philadelphia. He gets beat up. He I guess he was involved in some type of crime and he got sent to Bel Air like it was a field trip.

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You know how much trouble you have to be getting in with your parents to ship you all the way from Philly where your mom is? If you all the way from Philly, all the way across country to Kawi, you had to be in some real crazy stuff. So, yes, I'm looking forward to seeing this.

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This is a good it is going to be a dive and it's going to show what it means to be a black man in America today. But still, I can't wait for.

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I want to see this one of the original show. All right. Well, I'm Angela Yee, and that is your room report. All right. We got front page news coming up. We'll be talking about Kamala Harris. There you go. All right. We'll get into that next.

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Keep it like this. The Breakfast Club. Good morning. The Breakfast Club.

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Let's get into some front page news where we start easy. Well, let's start with Kamala Harris.

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Joe Biden has selected Kamala Harris to be his running mates, and there's been a lot of people commenting on it. Of course, you already know Donald Trump had a lot to say. Listen to Donald Trump when he found out the news.

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As far as Kamala is concerned, she's a big tax raiser. She's a big slasher of funds for our military. And she's got a lot of difficult things that she's going to have to explain. Plus, she was very, very nasty to one of the reasons that surprised me. She was very she was probably nastier than even Pocahontas to Joe Biden. She said things during the debates that were horrible.

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Only a black person will be called nasty and disrespectful or questioning their own oppression. Comilla with pulling Biden card for his role in segregation, in his policies, which kept a little black girl like her off the bus. And she's called nasty and disrespectful for that. How you could call it nasty and disrespectful, questioning your own oppression only in America. God damn.

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What seems like they are already trying to smear Kamala Harris even more.

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And Mark Levin, who has a show on Fox News, and he also is a syndicated radio show host, had this to say about Kamala Harris, his background.

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Kamala Harris is not an African-American. She is Indian and Jamaican. And so I just wanted to make that clear. Her ancestry does not go back to American slavery. To the best of my knowledge. Her ancestry doesn't go back to slavery at all. But I keep hearing people say she would be the first African-American vice president. No, if she's even elected. God forbid she's still not the first African-American vice president. Now, I'm not the highest grade of weed in the dispensary, somebody I think can correct me if I'm wrong, but I was always taught that African-American or black is defined as anyone with origins in the black races of Africa.

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So for that reason, does she qualify as African-American even if her father is an immigrant and not a descendant of American slaves?

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Well, the black people, they came from Africa. It was part of the triangular trade, Europe, Africa and the West Indies. And so the slave trade was there. They said they were approximately six hundred thousand slaves that came to Jamaica from Africa. So I'm confused on here.

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Not to mention not to mention in America, when Senator Kamala Harris walks out of the House, she's a black woman. When she walks in the room, she presents as a black woman. So she's had to deal with all the scrutiny and prejudice that comes with that. OK. Trust me, people are not treating her any different because she's not a descendant of American slaves.

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And so and she is also Indian. And I like how he said out by China instead of saying from Asia because he wanted to capitalize off of the feelings against China right now in the United States. And so is trying to do everything he could at Kamala Harris. Now, when Kamala was on the Breakfast Club, she talked about people labeling her not black enough and said this. So I was born in Oakland.

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Yeah.

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And raised in the United States, except for the years that I was in high school in Montreal, Canada. And look, this is the same thing they did to Barack. Yes. This is not new to us. And so I think that we know what they're trying to do. They're trying to do what has been happening over the last two years, which is powerful voices trying to sow hate and division among us. And so we need to recognize when we're being played.

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I want to do the clip because another clip where she was like, I'm black. I'll be black. I'm a die black. She said, this black lady I don't understand. She's black.

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Like they say. The same thing happened to me sometimes. And she's the same Tchaikovsky's half Asian and half Caribbean.

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And the jury's still out on you. You let me be your brother.

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So it's the most ridiculous thing that I've ever heard.

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Like your whole life. You grew up black and and people who are not, you try to tell you what you are is ridiculous.

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But all right. Now, the U.S. government has struck a deal for one hundred million doses of a coronaviruses vaccine. They struck a one point five to five billion dollar deal for that. And Donald Trump announced that during a media briefing yesterday. The company is called Moderna. They're one of several companies manufacturing the vaccine. They call it, quote, at risk because that means it's currently making the vaccine before it is approved. So with this contract, there will be 100 million doses and the doses would be owned by the U.S. government and then distributed and used as part of their covid-19 vaccine campaign.

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Now, you know, Russia said that they have a vaccine, correct, already. And Dr. Fauci said that I hope the Russians have actually definitively proven that the vaccine is safe and effective. I seriously doubt that they've done that. Let me tell you something.

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If you take the Russian vaccine on November 3rd, 2020, you will wake up paralyzed. You will not be able to move, is going to be like the hag is riding your ass down from the south when the hag went know South Carolina, when you feel like the hag riding you like you feel like you're awake, but you can't move. That's going to happen on November 3rd, 2012.

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If you take that Russian vaccine, you're not going to be able to move all day long, OK, long before America is stable.

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And you want to make sure that we know that here in America we have different types of standards and safety standards in place when it comes to vaccine development. And other countries might not have that. So countries like Russia and China, when it comes to vaccine development, there are different standards that they have in place. So just keep in mind that there's all kinds of trials that drugs have to undergo here in the United States before they are deemed to be able to be on the market for people to consume.

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They will not taking nothing from Russia. OK, you fool around. That might be the start of the zombie apocalypse.

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Take that guy down. But regardless, I think you should wait regardless.

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Let's let's let's get the trials and tribulations out the way. Let's see what happens first before we just start taking these vaccines.

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Well, the head of the Russian Direct Investment Fund says that he took it himself and administered to his family.

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Well, we can wait and see the hard drive they need to prove to. We just can't tell them I'm making it like I want to see it. They gave it to his parents. He took it off. He gave it to his wife.

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Yes. He will be just as lucky.

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Just something bad happen to the whole family. I pray not. Jesus Christ.

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Morning, everybody, is C.J. N.V., Angela Charlamagne, the guy we are at the Breakfast Club. We got a special guest with some special guests on the line, a city girls.

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Good morning, young Miami. What's happening in Charlamagne? Hey, let me tell you something, coronavirus. The latest numbers. But I promise you, it really does seem to grow somewhat because they're sitting on a lot of his heart.

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Yes. Thank you. Would he be disappointed about how the album came out? Oh, yeah, of course. It's like we was waiting on this moment for so long. And when he got a leak in when it came out like that and it was trying to put it out with everything, every time we try to think that we got a date for the label and everything be like it's not the right time because we got hit with Kobe, we never was able to perform a bit of momentum, you know, like that, how we needed to be because everything up being canceled.

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So we try to find a proper rollout for it. And then once we get to the point that we had a proper rollout, you know, all of Black Lives Matter movement came now, so we couldn't even start to roll out the end. And we finally thought we were gonna find another day. We woke up one day and I just heard like a slip up. And I'm like now, you know, like just put it out there for promo.

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And the next thing you know, I just think about it. I'm Twitter active. So, yes, I have been and nobody else is there. And I was going crazy. So they had to whip out on like 11:00 that morning. We had to put jobs out of the video by 9:00 and put out an album on Saturday morning, which was Friday night in New York.

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And we did a full week of sales and it was only like three or four days because I had to put the outmuscle fast right before we could sales.

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We didn't get a bowl out. We kind of feel like no guns, no march. We just had to sell Pures. Feels like that was it. I was just like a situation. And you know how the Internet is so crazy. How do you get the twenty, twenty questions we need answers to regardless of how everything happened? Congratulations on a I know. Best album. You know, regardless. I mean, I get it. You know, sometimes life don't happen the way we wanted to.

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But, you know, I was looking at for both of you, you guys have both been through a lot and these past couple of years. So just to see the success of the job I have had, I think that's amazing. And I think the album is dope. So, you know, I think also what we do doing coronaviruses, it's a good time to have some fun music to listen to because sometimes things are so heavy as you like.

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I just want to turn up a little bit. I almost always like bad thing because, you know, our music is kind of like for the clothes I used to go to clubs. Yeah. I think it's sort of close to my music. Not really for a living room. It's nice. You know, I get out of my car and I talk about get my makeup and it's just there and I'm on my way because I look at it.

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I don't leave my, you know, so well it's OK. So when I do go my little places in Ireland, I have. So you go look like he's just like good in the club. But we don't make music but we don't make it around the land a little bit.

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So I see how we around in L.A. this year, I get a little taste of what could possibly be having a little bit a little taste.

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The world was open. It would be like dominated because it would be like we got it and we would have been able to push it a proper way. It's hard for us to push our music. We know consi, you know, and I know feel it was just like just a social media posting pictures which nowadays, if you keep talking about you talk and I want to ask you about something.

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There is something in that record. You say, no, nothing, but just can't make this talk and then we're back negative.

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With that said, did you just have casual conversation with the children? You were so funny. You why you're so funny. You're so funny. Like my like I'm going to with like I don't want to I don't want to talk about anything else is that we need to get you straight to the point. What's I told you this when I came at a price, I'm like, you can be funny. How do you want to use out money? You have to sign up.

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Everything is fine. We go, let's go. Come on. But I don't know if you can spend money. Young Earth, first and foremost, you only never put a JP.

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I think JT said if you go broke, there's going to be saying, you know, I'm on the same this on your voice. People don't even want me to get off work and stuff like, you know, it's so hard because he was broke for so long.

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So it really bothers him.

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We're so broke and rich. So it just goes like this. We want to Rich, you can say you're broke. It's over now because no one's worth out to them. Do I know maybe company every. So company maybe is. Oh, my God. Like younger days that boys who probably choose on a waste of money but place, we want to say thank you.

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Most of you know used to have sex for Twinkies and fried chicken. All right.

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First of all, he's not telling the whole story story. I was dating a woman at the time. She was in her 40s and I was in my late 20s, used to give me Twinkies, fried chicken and two to three thousand dollars every two to three sugar.

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Yes, I did like you. You got to watch out with one because I believe you put a sugar mom is too young to be trying to talk about the girl's health. So what's wrong with that? Y'all got it. Exactly. What's wrong with this, isn't it? I don't know. I just want to know if, you know, you can have a casual conversation with me every now and then. You know, I.

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So do you find that on social media that people would be mad at the guys really like they don't like the lyrics.

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They might be the ones that really have a problem, just got problems, period. If they felt that it's just the arrowood just got problems they need to be out to problem with, that is very true. They just all got problems. So problems, everybody got problems and they need to dig in. They so and when they figure out what they problem everything else, does it bother you a lot when people break down your lyrics like I see you record of being mechanistically.

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Now I seen you guys before when they break down your lyrics and talk about what you say and then we talk about it, you listen to the last two decades of music. Everybody talks about whether it was guns, drugs and sex, but it seems like they break down women's verses more. How do you feel about that?

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I feel I mean, it's just writing about the women who dominate your mind because they are so used to being in control of putting a women on records and now women are starting to team well, will do it without them. So it's like now they have so much to say because back then you got like you don't know what's wrong with me. And so, you know, going up one or even chart, but now women just one day. So so they don't always have something to say because I think somebody like the women dominating and then try to be video dances like it's going to be is going to be a whole different area.

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So it's just like it's just I think it's just like a threat. They want to say Trag. It's not about six days, six days. But just like we can I can't maybe say I could go around and shoot nobody because I'm not going to just talk about how good it is or how I feel about myself.

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How do you respond to people who criticize female rappers who talk about sex and taking advantage of men in that way?

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I say, shut your show. I just want to teach you I shall fight night if you just say they've been talking about it for years. For decades. So I was the problem. Yeah, I think they're not used to the the female street side of things. Like you said, it ain't like you are shooting up blocks and stuff, but y'all got different hustle. Yeah. It's like the streets for us, like the Panathinaikos scamming and know stripping and all of it.

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It's women's stuff. So it's me. Probably don't understand the data target so they got to get used to it like ah we got more with the city girls when we come back.

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Don't move us the Breakfast Club. Good morning. Good morning. Everybody is eating in the Angelie Charlamagne, the guy we are the Breakfast Club was still kicking it with a city girl.

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Yea young man here I was watching a documentary and seeing all those amazing moments that you had, you know, just everything happening. Obviously you held the down for your best while she was locked up. So how is it for you? Watching that documentary is bittersweet.

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I wish she was her life through everything. And it's like being like, you know, I was really doing all this for myself because I thought when people thought that I was it. So, you know, like, I wish I had so much pressure, that is.

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And so you watched that because that was a lot like to have to have to hold it down and really do a great job so that he could come home to the bag. And you can see and you relate to her. But I realize what Mosul's travel.

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He would grow a lot. A lot. I know.

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And I was I emotional when I have my mood swings. I used to be quiet. I went to a lot like I remember when I found out that I had to go back home to her baby. I cried because the main one was Britney and I was a help. And I do need help. And I was like, I have one. The say it was I was wrong too, because I was I was only I was down crying. I was like, oh, just like I know.

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How could I talk to you? I don't want to do this. What would happen if I was trying to figure out what was wrong with just it was just a lie. It was if I see you know, I not trying to tell. The state a tonight and congratulations on motherhood. How would you change you?

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Oh, I feel I made me strong and I eat. You beat me up for everything going on in my car. But I you make me stronger. You make you a strong individual. I love is so strong, you have to go through a lot. So it's just like it just made me a woman like Ellen. I think it's something I feel like I'm just so strong. Kitchens beat me up. It's a woman like you like. I see my mom let know if people go through stuff because you got kids like something like I got my kids, I got something, my desk mom, I'm like I got kids.

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I'm trying to feed my kids. Everything is for my kids. I'm not focused on the negative. I got kids to see.

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It's my job because you said something that I was doing when you talking about, you know, when I get to a certain age, I'm not even making this money for me. No more making this money for them to be good. And I love that because, you know, that's that's what we need to do as a community to make sure we have generational wealth, that our kids are always good, that we don't necessarily have. So I like I like to hear that conversation.

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Yeah. Because it was like, know, before I started rapping, I used to be like this so and so my mom used to do when I felt like I was wanting to pay off my mom if I wanted of us got a rapper, how would it be like my momma, which is, you know, like that's what she does. And it's like, I don't know if I'm like you said, my momma gave us the best light, but she always had to be in and out of freezing.

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I, I want it for my kids. And if I'm going to work, I want to get my money for my kids. I don't like not sitting down with my kids the right way. I want to like, grow up with money. I want to grow like, OK, here, the social business. And all I want is like I don't because I know how I feel even though I have been. But I don't want to like all my kids to grow up with my baby, to be with you.

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You know, she wants to be ten months twelve.

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So you still see feed, you save money. Do I really have no idea it's a profit.

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JT, when you when you join in the mommy game, never.

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Don't you get some moochie meaning tonight. I'm good. I'm a straight shooter. I have no what I eat and I get all these. I used to say the same thing I'm never having on kids. We see Britney, Britney stopping me.

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She kind of I know a lot of guys been trying to holler at you since you came home.

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What kind of man are you looking for? I know you're down the list. I know. I know you'll be crazy. Sometimes somebody and I ignore any I look not anymore.

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Comes out to the screen, shot it or embarrass them or something.

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No, you know, you can see the that if you're a celebrity, you've got to be checked. You know what they see what you wrote because they go like Debbie, like your priority I think is like primary is top because it is like the all because it's the general. So if you got a blue check, you going straight to the top because they know thought IBM, it's like, OK, I'm getting a day in it and they say it's just like I'm on the field because they feel we've checked the initial insider trading scene.

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Yeah. Like if be like that way.

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Anybody good.

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You had a good oh, I put out my team, so I'm going to see you already pulled out your DMS, like I'm just throwing money.

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But after lie, you tell the guys and when you don't reply, feelings don't get hurt.

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Yeah, I just just meaning I want to be able to use them or just me.

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But you said the pandemic has how people are supposed to kick it and how they came to the point. What is your ideal guy is a guy where money was. What kind of guy you looking for personality wise. So people who are listening could hear it is OK.

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I like a funny guy. I like to be in charge. I'm not like the person not in charge.

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I love the guy that is in charge only just like me because I like him a lot. But you got to be able to like me. If you can't handle me, it won't work. So I usually stick to my pricing.

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I get a person, I always stick with him because the next person be like, oh my, I'm not from Beverly Hills like forever. Like I'm really from the hood. So it's true by a lot of stuff. If I know it's already I'm I'm, I'm a stage so I'm real to me.

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The control without it being work that way you that you broke up a little bit and it's not like it is on you flashin what you left her.

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Are you blushing J.T. or Miami with a straight face. I like it but he has it more beautiful the way young man look like a you.

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Oh this is where I go where nobody gets it. Yeah. I was never together. He just likes you.

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I got plenty with him now. It's not like the inside and that blow up everything is the internet. The internet blows up everything we do.

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We, we call him people. I mean, you know, I mean let's get into a city.

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Girls Mini makes a couple of their joints is the Breakfast Club. Good morning.

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Good morning, everybody. Is D.J. Envy, Anjali Charlamagne, the guy we are at the Breakfast Club. We're still kicking it with the city girls.

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That was a mix. No shallowing, no Miami.

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You say you got to spend one hundred if you really want to flude out. That's what you said on the flute. Don't recall a little baby, by the way, that one hundred dollars on one hundred thousand.

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You know what I know David and I like every time I, I mean, everything youve got to get down to my house.

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Got to be crazy. I want to be on the beach, on the water. You got to bring all my friends when I get down on the beach, I will be I will take this post as I have me.

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OK, sort of Homebake. Yeah. I'm not mad at that. I thought it was just on the plane. I was like, damn, can I put you on a commercial flight?

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You know, I'm just seeing and hearing read his birthday in Miami. I mean, here's my thing. A second life. So we how we celebrate everything together.

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OK, so what do you get for him?

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Oh, my God, how can I say something or be happy or that you want to return that you I love you, but I gotta him some money so I think of the thousand.

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OK, that's beautiful. That's what I'm talking about.

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Yes. It's like, you know, you got happy. So why is it OK to give him money but not other brothers.

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I've got money in his body. He take good care of me. So sometimes I got to return the favor. I can't choose everything. I mean, not make him appreciate it. Does he do like a good job with me? You my keys. So it's like I got to make sure he's trying to. I can't just I swear when you know, when he was stressed out, he was very supportive, always by your side.

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He had your back and make sure you was good. He did what he was supposed to do. Yeah. You could mean for the most part, I'm not. I'm talking strictly to JT. You know, you won't get your blessing if you give a kidney down. You find you a group that treats you right. Helped that man come up. S sign already got it.

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So you feel like I need to be the one wanted to go get the money, go help him see how we got a person. So I was like, all right JT, like you said from.

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Could turn into a prince or you might get water, so you better be careful you way. Actually, I'm not looking. I'm not trying to say no, I'm good.

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Now, let me ask you guys, this is your best friend since you were young. Have you ever not like some the other person dated? Hi, everybody.

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Hey, everybody. Anybody who look at me, I hate that she hates them. It's like suing to get out of bed. And she's like, oh, I just like her. I just don't know what to say at this point. She knows how she feels because I don't like them. So don't say anything to him because I mean and I take it personally, don't I would like to hook up with somebody.

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I'm stressed out. I got some friends. She crazy, crazy. And she knows she can't she can meet her like she to date over there and out of here. And we just can't keep it like that because she's going to go from a fight to pass a torch to me and just be OK.

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How could you ever want to fight little Ozzy? He's such a nice guy. What are you talking about?

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What is wrong with you? Follow me.

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What does he want to lose? What's this? What am I missing? I the same. Is that what you're saying is I want you to say I'm legally blind.

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I don't see the I think people misjudge y'all as women because of the content of your music.

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Of course everybody every entertainer get me shows you. You want me to entertain people. I oh that person is really cool you would think cause somebody talk about this today and you will meet them sridevi like it's just like in a time you're in real life is two separate things. It's on a separate standpoint, it is somewhat crazy cause it's a personal thing like oh she has did she put money right here? She could put out like it's not like it was the real life thing only like it's just gonna take me somewhere I live in something like she live perhaps all the way through.

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So I live my raps. I was just like, oh no, it's just fine if the Thami real life. Real personality, real people. Yeah. Cause I hate to tell you this. I mean, I know do you and I, I think they try to find his way. Obviously I how he was. I feel like you're starting to approach me like I was so crazy. So how do you separate the two?

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Because the older you get, the more money you make, the more successful you are. You're going to move away from the street lifestyle. So you might not even be on is doing that in the future is hard for me because, like, I'm really getting a taste of nothing yet.

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So I'm still you will see me a person to see me. So when I look at me, I look in my hand like normal in and out I am I got to stop doing it because I'll go somewhere and I'll be just chilling like some regular stuff. Like I go to Home Depot, I go places, you know, when a person approached me, I'd be kind of shocking, shocking, like locking up some people and it'll be a grown man.

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And I one time I was like especially a grown man like that. Seems like I'm a big fan of yours. And like, you agree with me and I. Would you like what you got going on? Be people really? Do I? I mean, really, if I. I'd be somewhere somebody like I'm a thing, you know, like I got to move like the artist now. And it's like kind of hard because when I got out the podium became like, I think the celebrities are out of it.

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So I'm still in that mode from two thousand eight eighteen. When I went to prison and we was just here, I see nothing. So I just got to move there and understand the game.

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No, I think I think, dude, with your music, I can only speak for me because, like, my wife works out to it and all my home girls listening to it and I see how it makes them feel. And plus this just being funny.

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I like this about you being you see what I can be angolite you being in a city where like you being a rock with the city. And when I used to be a person, I used to be laughing so much to love. I used to talk about me, OK, I people for Florida. But they saw me. I was so I was laughing so hard when you let me out of me. Yeah. You was like, I'm the only successful scam out of Florida.

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Oh, anybody everybody for all I do is scam. I got to tell you, if you don't want it is a scam like you always in Florida, as you say, Florida is just like is crazy in my line.

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Now, you can't wash your issue before. Like, no, I love Florida, but we can. You have to acknowledge that the craziest people in America come from the Bronx. I always thought that's a fact. What do I do? Got one more question for you. One last question. When is that time of the month for either one of your Yorio period?

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Young lady joining us, the city girls, make sure you check out their new album. Also the documentaries on YouTube right now. And thank you guys for joining us. Thank you. Thank you, ma'am. The Breakfast Club. Good morning. Good morning, everybody.

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Is D.J. Envy, Angela Yee, Charlemagne, the guy we are the Breakfast Club. Let's get to roomers. Let's talk XXL.

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This is the rumor report with Angela on your breakfast club. Listen up. All right.

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Well, the freshmen cover is out the 2020 freshman class. So, of course, I want to see what I think about who was chosen for this class. Take a look at this.

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Yes, I did. I did.

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And, you know, it's just another reminder that I'm old as hell. OK, is only like three people on the new and one I actually listen to. And that's three people age. No more than three people. No, no, no, no, no, T.J.. I know, T.J., but I know listening to music enough to maybe, you know, four no five year for him, but I've never listened. And Ellie Chappe, I know I know each other, but I've never listened to his music.

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And we've been, you know, Jack Harlow. I like Jack Harlington, but not because of him. You know, I like him because he's stuck up for Lou Williams in the strip club. Give me more. You know, Rodway Broadways, but I'll count down several times. I just be reading it.

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I don't know, Mellado Mellado, her and you that Jermaine Dupri did the rap game. And she also is in the video where Mega Stallion and but I do listen to baby.

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I like baby came you know, dad died for my baby was a great project. I like baby came a lot, you know, from your baby king. Little little Dicky. Actually the sound the bad habit was a great project.

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I like B.B. King is like if can be like Kendrick Lamar, his cousin Russell. Mm hmm. So to Nigeria.

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I think Nas discovered baby came.

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If I'm not mistaken, I might also. Cejka is on the cover. So there's two women. Cejka Mellado made it onto the cover. Yeah. So, you know, I saw a lot of people going back and forth. A lot of people had those discussions, as they always do. And we are going to talk to Vanessa setting, of course, the editor in chief of Double Excel, and she's going to tell us what the process was like.

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You know, they said that the first person that they chose to be on the freshman cover was pop smoke. I was gonna say that I make memories.

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The twenty twenty freshmen process was meeting with pop smoke. A month before his tragic death, Pop was chosen as the first freshman in the class to which he happily accepted circumstances out of our control, prevented us from including Pop as part of the cover posthumously. But to us, he is still part of the class. So they do have an unreleased interview from his visit where he discussed his career and the Brooklyn drill scene. And they also told us he's part of that freshman.

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Well, I don't think it had to do with him. I mean, I don't think has to do with double XL. I guess for other reasons, they weren't able to do it. A lot of people were talking about Don Talbot, too, and that he should have been on this cover.

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I'm not sure what happened. I saw on social media some people were saying that he was offered it and he turned it down. We can ask Vanessa all about that and see the real scoop is they have group videos also. And those videos are hosted by Tamika Mallory, my son, Angela, Angela Pinto, and Linda Sarsour, co-founders of Until Freedom. So they're the ones that actually did these video interviews. And they said the first one, we're very open, honest and passionate during the discussions on topics including the recent protests, racist racism, police brutality, social injustice and more.

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So a little tweeted out, I've been wanting to be a freshman for so long. This was a huge goal of mine. Every year I be tuned in like, dang, I can't wait. And now it's finally my turn. And Jack Harlow also posted something similar about how he's always wanted to be on the freshman cover. And Ali Chappe put up the on the. So a lot of them, of course, that accepted. I'm very excited to be on that cover.

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OK, that's a race to five. Nine didn't like the cover. He said it was blasphemous.

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You say he's missing Detroit. You said there was no Detroit AutoZone there. Yeah, sorry, baby. Could have been on there easily.

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Maybe both jobs, right?

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Yeah, both. James has been around for a while. Yeah. For to Doug. I don't know anything about him either other than that fake rap lyric that they put out there would sound like a bar that I would be. What did you say.

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Definitely said I would say definitely sorry baby.

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This side of it. I feel him. I know. Saw the baby a thousand percent. He should have been on there. So. All right. Now, let's talk more about all of this with Vanessa. And you know, that should be fun. Now, let's talk about Nick Cannon. Nick Cannon actually just recently did an interview and he talked about his own roots because he is, I guess, Jewish as well in his family. He has some roots.

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Here's what he said.

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But, you know, my mother has been calling me every single day since this has happened with so much family history. And my great grandfather was a Spanish rabbi and he's a Sephardic Jewish man who so as much heat as I've been catching from the public and the outside, this hit home for my family in a real way because I come from a black and Jewish family on my mother's side.

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Interview with the American Jewish Committee's online program, Advocacy Anywhere. It was a candid conversation with Rabbi.

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I know him moron's and you know, he comes from a black and Jewish family. Well, in addition to all of this, Nick Cannon is suing Viacom for one point five billion dollars. That's the estimated value of wilin out, according to a statement. It's just that simple wine that belongs to Nick. According to his team, the show was created by Nick Cannon with his idea and original thought while he now has bought billions of dollars in revenue.

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Viacom since twenty fifteen and Nick deserves and has earned everything it is worth, I would I would have thought that Viacom and CBS maybe would have worked things out. Maybe, I don't know, the candidate has apologized, he's been educating himself on on Jewish culture. Maybe he feels strongly and like you said, that's great. That's the problem when we don't own our own things. You know, you got to be kidding.

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Also released a statement. He said, I'm deeply saddened in a moment so close to reconciliation that the powers that be misused an important moment for us to all grow closer together and learn more about one another. Instead, the moment was stolen and hijacked to make an example of an outspoken black man. I would not be bullied, silenced or continuously oppressed by any organization, group or corporation. I am disappointed that Viacom does not understand or respect the power of the black community.

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But Nick was wrong. If you make a statement in the statement, he apologized to a community and you've apologized for it. Aren't you kind of admitting that you did a wrong and you're admitting you did something wrong?

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Right. I don't know about it, but I'm just I'm just trying to make sure you vote. All right.

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I'm just here for my report.

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All right. I mean, they can make sure you vote.

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And don't forget, next hour we have ask you so if you need relationship advice or any type of advice, 800 five eight five one two five one. You know the phone lines right now, but we got dog in here. Who are you giving that dog to?

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We need Donald Trump to kind of come in in front of the congregation. We like to have a word with him.

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Who's the. Donald Trump who that I don't know who that is. Oh, shut up. Well, then we'll get into that. Next is The Breakfast Club. Good morning.

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Donald Trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States. Wouldn't you love to see one of these NFL owners when somebody disrespects our flag to say, get that son of a bitch off the field right now? He's fired. He's fired.

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Please step up to the congregation. Yes, you are against Donald Trump. When Mexico sends its people, they're not sending their best. They're bringing drugs. They're bringing crime. He's a jackass, don't you, today for Wednesday, August 12, goes to a celebrity in chief, Donald Trump, I literally could give Donald J. Donkey of the Day every day if I wanted to. He is literally the float of humans. No disrespect to Florida, but, you know, I always say the craziest people in America come from the Bronx and all of Florida, OK?

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The Sunshine State is consistently crazy and so is Donald Trump.

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I just don't find Trump is funny. Is Florida OK? But we are giving Donald Trump donkey the day to day because I can't believe his campaign would be so predictable, so, so predictable. Now, yesterday, Senator Kamala Harris was named Joe Biden, his running mate, and became the first black woman to join a major party ticket drop on the close in the Harris.

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And it took forty five hour celebrity in chief Donald Trump, less than two minutes to let the chopper fly on. Send that Senator Harris. They had a campaign ad run yesterday that blasted Senator Harris as a phony because she had the nerve to stand up to Joe Biden during the Democratic primary and call Joe Biden out on some of his B.S., including, but not limited to his record on segregation and bussing.

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Now, I didn't expect the Trump campaign to actually take the high road, even though that would have been to move strategically. That would have confused everybody if Trump would have just said, I think Senator Kamala Harris is a great choice for a running mate. She will be a formidable opponent. And it's a historic day in America that Joe Biden would pick a black woman to be his running mate. If he would have said that, he would have throwing everybody off.

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If you don't think so, I think you would throwing everybody off. But instead, he was posting ads like this about Senator Kamala Harris on his Instagram. Listen.

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Kamala Harris ran for president by rushing to the radical left, embracing Bernie's plan for socialized medicine, calling for trillions in new taxes, attacking Joe Biden for racist policies. Voters rejected Harris. They smartly spotted a phony, but not Joe Biden. He's not that smart. Biden calls himself a transition candidate. He is handing over the reins to Comilla while they jointly embrace the radical left slow Joe and phony Comilla. Perfect together wrong for America where Trump is a baby.

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Let me tell you something. Whoever pisses off old white male politicians, whoever old white male politicians don't like, that's who I root for, especially when they black, OK, when old white male politicians go out of their way to attack a black person, I promise you, that's the black person I'm riding with, OK? That is why I want everyone to do their own. Research it to Kamala Harris. Don't believe what you see on social media.

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Don't believe what you hear about her from the right.

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It is time that we all get more politically sophisticated and do our own research. The presidential and vice presidential candidates. OK, there was an opinion piece that came out yesterday in The Washington Post with the headline America is about to see what smart Republicans saw in Kamala Harris years ago. The first line of the article says smart Republicans could see Kamala Harris coming years ago and they tried to smother her early. And now America is about to see what those Republicans could see long ago, that she is a quick learner and gifted political performer with genuine star power in quote.

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That was in The Washington Post.

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There was also an article in Vanity Fair from July 25th, 2013 titled She's Dangerous, where GOP insiders and operatives said they were afraid Senator Kamala Harris could be the next president. Barack Obama. In this article, an unnamed veteran Republican political consultant said, I think she's dangerous and probably maybe the most dangerous from our view. All this information is available to read people just do your Googles. But I know she has these old white male politicians schook on both sides, on both sides.

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Let's not act like Biden. Donors and allies weren't saying just a couple of weeks ago that Senator Kamala Harris was too ambitious. She's not going to be loyal because she's too focused on being president.

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No, the reality is she's going to outshine Joe Biden just because she's better off. And people like me are going to cast their votes for Senator Kamala Harris on November 3rd, not Joe Biden.

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And that's fine, right? Because a win is a win sort of saying let's not act like former senator of Connecticut Chris Dodd, who was on Biden's vice vice presidential vetting panel, didn't allegedly tell donors Senator Kamala Harris had no remorse for her attacks on Biden while on the debate stage. This is why we are here today during Donkey of the Day, because I can't believe Donald Trump would echo the sentiments of Democrats by saying this in his press conference yesterday.

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Plus, he was very, very nasty to one of the reasons that surprised me. She was very she was probably nastier than even Pocahontas to Joe Biden. She said things during the debates that were horrible. So I was a little surprised that he picked her. I've been watching her for a long time and I was a little surprised. She was extraordinarily nasty. To Justice Kavanaugh, that was a horrible event. I thought it was terrible for her. I thought it was terrible for our nation.

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I thought she was the meanest, the most horrible, most disrespectful of anybody in the U.S. Senate.

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Only a black person, in this case, a black woman would be asked to show remorse for questioning her own oppression. OK, that came from Senator of Connecticut, Chris Dodd, who a Democrat allegedly. And Trump, who's clearly a Republican, called her mean, disrespectful and nasty. But having the audacity, the unmitigated gall to question Biden's previous stance on integrated busing, something that impacted her as a child, only a black person would be called nasty and disrespectful for even attempting to question their own oppression.

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The capacity of these old white men never ceases to amaze me. And Trump's right. You have been watching Senator Kamala Harris for a while because according to NBC News, you donated six thousand dollars to her campaign when she was running to be California's AG. That's right. He donated five thousand dollars to her campaign in 2011 and a thousand dollars to her campaign in 2013. He made donations when he was a private citizen. Sidenote When I read that, when I read it, I realize I'm giving too much money to people.

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Donald Trump Network net worth is two point one billion. OK, my net worth is 10 million. All right. Probably barflies, they are barflies. But the point is, I know he got more money than me, OK? And he's just dropping off 6000 to political campaigns. I'm doing too much.

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But back to the matter at Trump's little hand, Donald, I'm shocked at you. I can't believe you did exactly what folks on the left who didn't want Senator Harris in this position did. All right. You attacked her for attacking Biden on something you could attack Biden on. You have no shame. Just because you have done things that are racist and bigoted doesn't mean you can't call out another old white man for his bigotry and racism.

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What people you have to understand, old white men usually respect old white men, but what they don't respect and what they don't like is when people, especially black people, challenge white supremacy. That's why it's so easy for Trump to text Ed Harris for attacking Joe Biden.

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Oh, man, that the next 80 plus days are going to be fine. But we have to be smart, continue to question all records, including families, continue to demand policy commitments. We're going to keep using this black leverage to push our lines because black people need a lot. And this is just the beginning. But please remember that we are up against that beast called white supremacy. And it's going to be a lot of things said and done that try to derail this historic moment.

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But it's going to be very predictable. And no, that is rooted in sexism and racism. And personally, I am always going to be on the side of who the racist and sexist are against. Please let Kathy Griffin give Donald Trump the biggest her.

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Please give this giant Jaromil the biggest heehaw.

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All right, gentlemen, thank you for that donkey today, huh?

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Now, up next is ask E eight hundred five eight five one two five one. If you need relationship advice or any type of advice, call ye. Now is the Breakfast Club. Good morning.

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What, what, what, what, what, what. You know, baby mama issues please. And words of wisdom. Call up now for eight hundred five eight five one two five one. The Breakfast Club. The relationship advice.

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Any personal advice. Just the real advice. Call up now for Enschede Morning, everybody is D.J. Envy.

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Angela Ye shall I mean the guy we are the Breakfast Club. It's time for Ask Ye. Hello.

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Who's this is. How are you guys doing. Good morning. So what's the question for you.

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I started a business two years ago and what would you say, Angela is a good indication that it's on the right path to a long lasting and success.

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Well, what is your business?

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Flooring, tile or marble or stuff like that. Oh, and where are you located, ma'am? All right, perfect. Well, I will say this.

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You know, usually when you start a business, they say minimally it takes about two to three years to become profitable. That's their estimation. So have you turned over any profit yet or at least broken even?

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Yeah, I've seen like in the last two years, we've gone up in sales. Nothing crazy, but, you know, we've gone up. So I feel like that's a good sign. But, you know, it's like I'm still so new to all this. So I don't know. It's like sometimes I'm doing the right thing, but I feel like it's going in the right direction. But it's it's just hard to tell sometimes not.

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And what are some ways that you've been marketing your business and also adapting to the Times? Because, you know, it's a very different time for businesses right now.

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Luckily, you know, covid hasn't really affected too much, we still been pulling in sales, you know, thank God. But, you know, I mean, we market on social media, you know, Instagram, Facebook, everything. You know, I've paid like a few Instagram, you know, Instagram pages. I have a pretty decent following to post about us and stuff like that. But what would you say are better marketing tips? All right.

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And I will say right now is a great time because a lot of people are spending more time at home. And so people are redoing their homes right now. And it is an important time. But some marketing tips, I would say, for you is have you use Google AdWords?

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I believe so, yeah. That's that's like when you use those keywords so that, you know, people type it in and they find it a little easier, right? Yeah.

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Regionally, you can see, I think, that what has been really helpful for me when it comes to business is I always make sure that I attend whatever type of events I think could help me out. Like I've done a lot of events with Google and attended some as well, and with the Small Business Administration in New York City. And I know you guys have that, too. So I make sure that's a great way to network, but also learn a lot about growing your business.

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And it's always a process of adapting and being patient, too, because sometimes I think we went to see success overnight and it happened like that. And like you said, it's been a couple of years. Your business has been growing, which is, I think, a great indicator. But it is important to get out and network and meet people and with social media. That is also a great way for you to grow your business. But even if you had to do something like get some people who can be ambassadors for your company, maybe seek out people who are actually doing work on their homes, and then volunteer your services at a discounted rate for them to post about it or to be able to put together some great videos where you can go online and use that as a way.

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Sometimes things like that can help happen overnight. Let's just say you see somebody who has a great following and they're redoing their home and then you reach out to them. I think it's important to have that personal touch where you actually look online, see what's happening, and reach out to people and tag them in sending arms and say, look, this is a business that I have here some of my work, because people definitely need to be able to see your work.

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Like I noticed just now, you haven't even told us what your social media pages or what the name of your business is.

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Yes, it's prestige tile and marble ink. Our Instagram handle is prestige tile. Marble ink. Yes. I think we we we we've you know, we do very, very good work. We're very reliable. We are very consistent, you know. All right.

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I'm taking a look at it right now. Yes. I think you should actually also on social media, reach out to people. Hey, I see you're redoing a home. Look at some of those home renovation pages and reach out to some of the people who actually renovate homes. Developers, you know, start building those relationships so you get more referrals.

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Yeah, yeah. You know, we we try emailing contractors and realtors, you know, whoever is involved in the business, you know, and, you know, you get some replies, you know, some people say, yeah, we'll come check you out. You know, some people actually come, some people don't. But, you know, it's like you said, I'm trying to be patient. You know, I'm trying my best to be patient and, you know, give it time.

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I, I know, you know, Rome wasn't built overnight, you know, right.

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Yes. I think that's great. Continue to reach out, continue to build those relationships. I think a personal touch is important. Like when I do stuff with my home, I like when I can see what work is online and have a conversation with them. And I always keep them in mind. And I can see what it is that you can do, your suggestions, your experience, how professional you are. And, you know, I think those things will help.

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But yes, two years and you see a business going. I think that's a great indicator.

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I got some thank you so much. And envy, if you need flaws. I know you're involved in properties and stuff. Let me know, man. I got you. I got you the best prices in Miami.

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OK, you do it. Wood floors. Oh, marble tile in marble.

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Yeah, mostly porcelain tile, marble vinyl flooring. Not not so much the vinyl but we, we really specialize in the porcelain tile. I can give you great prices. We import directly from Italy and all over the world. And you know, I can give you great, great prices. I have the best.

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I need your help too. I'm going to hit you up.

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Yeah. I don't need porcelain, but I need some stone. If you could give me some marble, whether it's pande or that's what I'm looking for. Paying the price prices for Pande. But you know the book book match.

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Well, I'll talk to your flatmate and I would love to see some of your finished work on your page. I'm looking at I see a little bit, but I want to see, you know, some more of that.

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OK, sounds good. I got to go. No problem. Thank you guys so much. Good luck with everything. Thank you. Thank you. All right. ASKI 805 eight five one two five one.

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If you need advice here and now is the Breakfast Club. Good morning.

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Keep it real. Well, it's some real advice with actually it's eskies. Morning, everybody, is D.J. Envy, Angela Yee Charlamagne together we are the Breakfast Club. Good morning.

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We're in the middle of Ask Ye. Let's go to the phone lines. Hello. Who's this? Chris. He was so Chris, what's your question for easy.

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So what am I. Hold me to this day. My girl from Georgia, my long distance remember Kentucky. And he's dating this girl from Georgia who had the perfect person with another guy that lived in Georgia for over ten years. So it was like my brother to me. We all grew up together with the hard to get to know each other. But the girl keeps going, say to my dad, who's been dating for three months now. Right.

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So a little comments like, I can't believe I'm with you. Like, you're not my type. It's just amazing you got me blah, blah, blah. And I'm like, I'm here in the middle, you know, it is what it is. You got to care. I wouldn't do it. But OK, you know, my brother, I got the support. You know, if you need to let me go now to the point where he just now out that was watching the Lakers game equipped for games with open phones and the thermostat has been adjusted.

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Come to find out what he got, a key to the whole field and. Wow. Oh, my. Watching the game. That is funny. And he just did like a and I hate to say that, though. What would I do to intervene in this situation? Because I know it could be rough in the beginning and they come out at the end. So but right now it's always the best part of the relationship, especially for twenty eight twenty six year old people.

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So let's begin, as always, the lovey dovey.

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Yeah, that's the honeymoon period. Yeah. So it's like the complete opposite of what come to just, you know, six years down the road.

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You shouldn't be gone through this. Well, I think that I want to body so. Right. I feel you on that.

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I think as a friend it is always great that you can be open and honest and express your concern, but you don't have to beat him up about it. So in other words, I think it's important to say what you think on the subject, but also let him know that you support whatever decision that he makes are just concerned about him, because that is your friend, you know, and it's important to approach it in a way that he's not defensive.

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Sometimes we tell our friends what we think and we can kind of attack. And you don't want to be like, oh, he was just sitting there, stupid. She's taking advantage of you. She said she's that because automatically his response will be to defend her. So what you need to do is tell him, look, bro, I'm concerned about you because you're not acting like yourself. And I think you're an amazing person. A woman would be lucky to have you.

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But, you know, I and I've never seen you act like this. I just want to let you know whatever you want to talk about, I'm here for you. I'm not judging no decisions that you make. I'm always be supportive of what you decide to do. But I don't like the way this is treating you.

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Right. Right. Well, I mean, I'm gonna let it be known how you feel, but don't attack him.

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Don't attack his girl. Just, you know, out of concern as a friend and let him and let him know you. You're still cool no matter what.

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Right. Right, right, right. Right. Yeah. What I want him to I don't want to come off this one because I'm in my workplace matters. I'm more of a blunt guy. Give it to you, you know. So that's how, you know, we males. So I we we communicate. But just in the time I know it could be real. A touchy subject like you said. So. Right. I just got to come out with a level of tone for more respect for voice know.

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Yeah. For speak and say that way he can be offensive modem shut down.

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Yeah. You let him know I'm always this back to your relationship. Whatever decisions you make, you know, you my bro, I'm with you. I, you know, I don't like the way that she talks to you. So if you ever need to discuss anything, just know I'm here. No judgment. If you just want to vent, get it off your chest and we discuss.

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I'm OK with that. OK? Most definitely. I definitely appreciate that. We appreciate that.

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All right. Good luck to you and your brother. All right. Thank you. All right.

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Ask eight hundred five eight five one two five one. If you need relationship advice or any type of advice, you could hear her now. Now we've got rumors in a way. Yes.

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We are going to address some stories and I guess kind of talk about stories that came out that may not be true. All right. We'll get into that. Next is The Breakfast Club. Good morning.

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The Breakfast Club. Morning, everybody is the envy, Angela Charlemagne, the guy we are, the Breakfast Club, let's get to the room to talk.

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Hisako it's about going Oh wow, this is the room, a rapport with Angela on the Breakfast Club.

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Well, Cole was on the Fat Joe show on Instagram Live, and she talked about M.C. Hammer introducing her to death row records and she said that's where she met Tupac and Shug Night. So here's what she had to say about Tupac plans.

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What I know, Pat, was real influence you in your life. I actually didn't know him. And he wanted to sign me to when he was with Kidada, Quincy Jones daughter, and he was going to leave death row and go to sign with Quincy. And he wanted me to go over there because he said that death row is not the place for kids, you know, and that's what you said.

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Interesting why he was on Quincy Jones, though. I would think I did talk one time when nobody knew.

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But she was also he was also really close with Kidada, who was Quincy's daughter, if you like. So, yeah, that's Quincy's daughter. And yeah. So that's probably part of the reason why he probably knew him from Kidada. And I would think, you know, that connection got built from that. But yeah. In addition to that, congratulations to Fat Joe. Revoted has announced a new Fat Joe interview series. So that actually started yesterday.

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I stop shouting like the Fat Joe show on Bravo TV.

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He'll be interviewing artists, political figures and athletes as well. Yes.

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I want to thank you for Joe. Critic Joe Prattled deserved. Well, this is the biggest show in the game.

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There's not a better storyteller on the planet than Fejo. That's to show somebody needs to get Fejo. Somebody needs to either animate his stories or reenact his stories, like how he used to do Charlie Murphy on Dave Chappelle, like Fat Joe, Irv Gotti in Hawaii, the best storytellers in the game.

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Well, Fat Joe is definitely made for this, so you can watch it on ten at 10 p.m. and I guess it's going to be every week now on Tuesday nights on rivalrous.

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All right.

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And in other news, Deon Sanders is leaving the NFL Network after fourteen years. He is stepping down. They said Dion has been one of the key figures responsible for the growth of the NFL Network. We thank him for his work and wish him the best in the future. Now, according to Sports Business Journal, they reported the news first. They said he had decided to leave following the end of his current contract. He'd been with them since 2006.

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And he also has expressed interest in coaching in recent months. So he's planning to coach perhaps college football coming up.

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OK, all right. And Dwayne Johnson once again, has been named Hollywood's highest paid actor. He made eighty seven point five dollars million from June 1st of twenty nineteen to June 1st of twenty twenty. So that's the second year in a row that he's been number one on that list. Now, they said a large chunk of his earnings from last year came from his successful Under Armour line called Project Rock, his Netflix thriller Red Notice, for which he got twenty three point five million.

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And so congratulations to the Rakhi also has his tequila, which, by the way, he sent all of us on the Breakfast Club a bottle of his tequila because we mentioned it in former room a report. So thank you for that.

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OK, a handwritten note, allegedly. Allegedly someone wrote it. He may or may not be the rock. Yeah, somebody claiming to be the rock sent us a handwritten note, but I can't wait to get my hands on that tequila. What's it called again, Sara?

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Something I don't know. Ramanna TerraMar. Termina Now, I was in the store. I was in the liquor store and TERREMOTO was right next to tequila.

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I getting and I started to buy a bottle, but I remember that day was going to send a bottle, so I'm cheap, so I'm going to want to try it once I try it.

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And he sent some I think you said Rep. Asado and he said a block. Or if I'm not mistaken, I haven't read the bottles yet. But yes, when I, when I taste, I enjoy.

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I shall purchase a thank you to is my drink of choice. I'm really excited to try it out. So thanks to the rack. All right. Now, Viola Davis, there was a story that she had brought, the former plantation where she was born now in South Carolina.

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Don't just say where she was born. You give my state some credit.

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South Carolina, it was in St. Matthew, South Carolina. It was once a slave plantation. And she spent her early childhood there with her five siblings in extreme poverty and experience that led her to become an advocate for ending childhood hunger. So she posted a picture of that house. Now, she had to also clear things up. She said, contrary to websites I do not own above house, I own my story.

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So she did not buy that house. She was just saying that she owns it, all of it. She wasn't saying, I own this house now. She was just saying she owns her story. Oh, so she didn't buy the.

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The plan. No, she did not. How do I hate this area that we live in? How do they get that whole story? I don't know a lot of that, but they definitely say she bought a plantation in plantation.

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Oh, definitely 75 five acres or something crazy in South Carolina, a plantation she grew up on. What do you mean?

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We got to stop your crying because she says the above is the house where I was born, August 11th. Nineteen sixty five. It is the birthplace of my story today of my fifty fifth year of life.

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I own it, all of it. She was talking about owning her story.

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Not only that story, her life misinterpreted. People repeated her metaphor.

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Metaphore got stuck on the Brooklyn Bridge to the house and said I own it, all of it, so I could see how they could interpret that to say I own it, I can't.

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Pictures at the house, as you know. I don't know. You got to stop or excited. People got to stop writing stories based on what they feel somebody is saying and actually start writing stories based on what somebody actually said. This is dangerous, man. We are in a very dangerous time with media right now. Dangerous.

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Well, the chatroom did an exclusive about Nick Cannon, and they said that Nick Cannon is going to be suing Viacom for one point five billion dollars, and that is for the estimated value of willink out. Now, they said they got an exclusive statement from the Cannons team and they said the show was created by Nick Cannon with his idea and original thought. And Nick deserves and has earned everything that show is worth from the platforms that he provides for other entertainers, the jobs that he creates for black youth, et cetera.

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Great Segway. I don't think the Nick Cannon story is real. It wouldn't make any sense, especially since Nick Cannon has already apologized and admitted his comments was wrong.

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I could be wrong, but when you do that, you are essentially saying your firing was justified. So I don't think that story is real. But I could be wrong, but it doesn't seem real. And I'm not saying that somebody didn't give that the shade wrong because somebody probably did. But the story itself doesn't seem real because I think that it would be on a lot more media outlets. Well, I just mentioned ownership of wilin out, though.

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But what I got to see, see how we just move the goalpost, what that guy is suing them for one point seven dollars. No. One point five, because they said that it's for the cost of wilin out and what that has the revenue that is brought in or maybe he wants to create it.

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Maybe he just planted that story if they spoke to somebody around him or something like that.

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You know, I don't I don't think the story is real. I could be wrong, but I don't it don't seem real. All right.

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I guess we'll see soon enough if he does actually file a lawsuit. OK, all right. I'm Angela Yee. And that is your roommate, right? Point.

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Yeah, I might have to go with Charlamagne, especially because he's going to be the secretary of defense, work with Kanye West. So I sometimes I just got to go with him.

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It wasn't enough. All right, revote. We'll see you guys tomorrow. Everybody else, the People's Choice mixes up next. Get your request in. Right now is The Breakfast Club.

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Good morning. Good morning, everybody.

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Is D.J. Envy, Angela Charlamagne, the guy we are The Breakfast Club.

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We have a special guest on the line right now.

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She comes up here every year around this time when the public cell is released and we, the freshmen, we talk about it. We go back and forth and she's here again this morning. Miss Vanessa. And welcome.

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Welcome. Thank you. Thank you. Hello. Thank you for having me. Good to see you guys.

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See you, Vanessa. This cell for releasing it during coronavirus is different than every other year has been.

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So I'm sure that's a lot because we're used to the concern and different.

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Yeah, I don't know what we're going to do with the computer. Yeah, that's a good question. I mean, it's it's I don't know. I really don't know what that we're working on right now to try and figure out if we can put something together that's cool and special and big or if it's not worth doing this, you know, just because of all the moving around, it would be for everybody. So we're still figuring out the you know, the situation is the biggest issue is getting the issue together, you know?

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Right.

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So let's talk about the freshman double XL cover. You know, when I looked at it this morning, the first thing I thought was where is pop smoke?

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OK, so Puff Smoke was the first one that we picked. We had him come up in January. He agreed to be a freshman. Unfortunately, he passed away about I think it was a month to the day that he came up for the visit. And then, you know, we spent a few months after that trying to keep him as part of the cover. And eventually his team decided that they didn't want him to be part of it. So we went with their wishes, which was to not have been part of the cover, you know, rather than fill them up on something against their wishes.

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So he was a freshman. He's kind of a freshman in our heart, you know, because we did sit with him and lock him down for it. But unfortunately, the team didn't want to go that way in the long run.

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I agree with that because, you know, when you look at the freshman cover, the beauty of the freshman covers is the future. That is a lot of these guys and women end up having. And, you know, we know sadly, he won't have that future because of his untimely demise.

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Totally. I understand it. I just we wanted to follow on a follow up of what we committed to him when he was alive, which was the opportunity beyond freshman cover. So it was their decision to make in the long run. You know, and we respect any decision we made. They made we were ready to include him as part of it. Also, because it's collage like this year, you know, because it's not a big group. Photos of his inability to do that with with a photo with him.

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But but we respect the his team's wishes and, you know, wish that things would have ended up completely different, let alone, you know, just including him in the collage part of it. You know, I think he is missed.

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But you do have an interview from him that had been previously unreleased. Yeah, we had an interview that we did that day that he came to do that. He talked about the Brooklyn Jostein. He talked about his career. So we felt that if we ran the interview in the magazine and explained why he wasn't a freshman, it would deal with the fact that so many people were asking, you know, why he wasn't there, because we knew that would be part of the conversation since we had put Chief Keith up on the cover before when he was locked up in the past, you know, we knew that, you know, people would say, well, even if he wasn't there in person, then maybe you could still pay homage to him by including him.

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So we tried. But we understand, like Charlemagne said, you know, I mean, it's definitely the team's decision to do what's right for him, especially since it's close, so close to the rollout of his album as well, you know? Right. Right.

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And then I saw a trending Don Talaba people were upset that he didn't make it onto the cover. So and then I saw some other comments saying that he was afraid if I turned it down. So what happened with Dan Tyler?

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We loved Travis. We love that, you know, the Texas Tech team. But Dan Tolliver came up and he said he didn't want to take part in any of the concerts or anything. He would just stand there for the cover. You know, he didn't want to do 3001 to deciphers, didn't just said, I'm not going to do anything. I'm just going to stand there for the cover. And we said, OK, you know, we we kind of like the energy of somebody who wanted to take part of stuff, you know?

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So when we do freshmen, we look at what the visits like, what their plans like, what's their dedication to the career, what are their politics like, you know. You know, what do they want to be involved in? What do they not? You know, the the meeting was interesting because he said straight up, I'm just not doing anything.

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You know, I'm honest to basically turning it down in a way, you know, and we hadn't offered it to him yet. We were just having a listening session. So I guess when he said, you know, you know, I'll stand there, but that's all I'm doing. You know, we said, OK, maybe we'll move on. Maybe that if he doesn't really want to take part of it, we'll have somebody who wants to take part of it and be in that position.

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You know, have you ever had a freshman that made it onto the cover and then didn't want to participate in anything? Totally.

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But we never found that out to the day of the shoot, you know, so nobody ever gave us a heads up in advance and said, I'm not going to be part of anything, you know, last year to who we love showed up and said, I'm not going to do any of the rapping. What am I going to do, kick you out of the shoot at freshmen? We've already picked you. We've already extended you to be a part of it for us.

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We're just. Disappointed that you don't want to take part in that kind of stuff, you know, I think Kerouac refused to do the refuse. I mean, I don't mean in a mean way, but, you know, wouldn't do the freestyle last year. So we've definitely had people show up to freshmen and just say they're not going to be part of certain things and we're not going to make a confrontational situation and say, get out of here.

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You're not going to be part of freshmen. We're there. We're doing it. Like this was the first time our conversation with Don Target was the first time everyone said, well, to my recollection, well, we're just not going to take part in any of this stuff. So that was a little bit different. Whatever being different was going to. If he said, I'm not going to take part in X, Y, Z, maybe he did take part in a little bit more than don't tell everyone.

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He came to the shows. He was part of the photos, you know, so there's always been different situations before. But this is kind of like the first time we had anyone to say, well, I'm not going to be part of anything. So I'm shocked here.

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I'm sorry. I'm so I'm shocked here. I walked in. Right. She is busy. I'm shocked, you know.

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So, yeah, we were also I mean, she she she did the same for last year, but then she didn't do the freestyle. But I mean, she's not she's the one who comes to mind from last year. It was her and done I think were the two. But it's definitely been over the years. I think back in the day, French, Montana, I didn't think they'd do the freestyle. We definitely had people over the years who have been refused to do certain parts when it came down to it.

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But that was really literally the day of the shoot or after when we thought they were coming to the concert.

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And then they decided that they weren't, you know, later, for whatever reason, I saw some people on Twitter upset about Jack Harlow Tudo because even though he got their record, it was pop. And he said he hasn't proven himself to be worthy of a spot on the freshman class.

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Yeah, I mean, we sat with Jack. We listened to a lot of his music. We looked at his audience. We looked at the streaming numbers and how they were going up. We interacted with an interactive with him, saw the live performances early on. So we felt that even with the one song being the main song, that there was a lot of room to grow. He has a good team behind him with drama and, you know, Don, and and so to us, it's OK.

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So maybe to have one song right now or two songs right now, because that's kind of the way hip hop works right now. It's about how we kind of think your growth is lined up over the next year and your team set up. You've got big support from Atlantic behind him. You know, when you're a priority to the label and the people working behind you when you've got momentum. And we also see the numbers increasing, sometimes you're a good bet to make.

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You know, he has a number one record out right now. Congratulations to them.

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I like Jack, although he covers a little bit the end, the the guest appearance and sure, their big guest appearances. But those guest appearances had to decide to do them with him, you know, like they weren't just doing on there for the hell of it. They decided to do those remixes. So I can't say that's an exact cosine because it's not coming out of their mouth, but it still is. He has those people on the record.

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That's still a good look, you know.

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Well, mulattos having a great time these past couple of weeks because she was not only in that Caribbean Make the Stallion video, but she also is on the freshman cover as well.

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And we all know her from the rap game.

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So what was it like working with Mellado? Mellado is kind of like a breath of fresh air. She was so sweet. She such a nice text message yesterday. She was great on set her team to work with her, totally kind of lined up stuff that she's got going on to work with us on Freshmen's. They've been so hands on with everything. You know, her manager, Brandon, been great. She's she was just great to work with.

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And you could see, like you can literally see them step it up, turn it up with the Gucci mean. So I'm turn it up with the guest appearance with party, line it up for her album. Coming up. Everything about it was very well thought out or there on a good track right now. And it really, you know, for us, we're freshmen. It's just a stepping stone. So for you to make the most of what you can do with it.

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And I think that they're looking at it as a tool that they could do something with, you know.

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All right. I will thank you, Vanessa, for joining us.

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Also, the City Girls Night, which you worked with yesterday, is the kickoff for my real estate reset where me and Stacey Tisdale, you know, I do this wild Wednesdays and this time around we are working with Rocket Mortgage. We're trying to get more black home ownership. So we've had some special guests that come through. So if you go to the YouTube channel, you can watch that real estate reset live today. And I'm really excited for this one.

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And you participated M.V. as well. Sure. Did you? That's right.

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I mean, you've got a positive note. I do, man. This is a beautiful Wednesday. I want you to say to yourself, today, I am in charge of how I feel and today I am choosing happiness. And I want everybody this morning to just do a little small note to self, OK? A little small note to self and remember how sometimes all it takes is one small positive thought in the morning to set the tone and improve your whole day.

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