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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. Come on in Angelie. I don't know any of this. You go, oh ok.


Show me what a piece of the planet is dying down. Yes, it's Thursday, what's happening? We are here, we still have a president right now, we still don't have a president. We on the verge, but we have one right now. We don't have one for January. Yeah, we don't have one for January.


What's going on in Nevada? Nevada just can't get it right. What do you mean? I think they still count votes. Don't count the votes in Nevada. Everybody else count the votes. Nevada can't count.


I think you are forgetting that this was a record setting year when it came to mail in ballots and what it was 100 plus million early voters. And if it's anything like I saw in Atlanta yesterday and they and they counted them things by hand, which seems very primitive, by the way.


Yes. But yes, it takes a long time to count all those votes. Goodness gracious.


What some states have different laws where they couldn't even start counting the votes until Election Day. So why they might have had millions of votes. They couldn't even start counting them right away. All I know is, once again, black people are saving the Democrats ass yet again. OK, they said into black voters in Milwaukee, Detroit, Philadelphia and Atlanta. Like I saw Ben Rhodes, Ben Rhodes, the Biden adviser and former Obama appointee, he tweeted out last night looking at black voters in Milwaukee, Detroit, Philly, in Atlanta, it's striking that people who have been treated the worst by our democracy consistently, consistently do the most dissaving.


Trump When a bunch of black people drawn mostly don't you slow, don't you be slow. OK, could is in here arguing with me this morning about what Latino voters said that they showed up and we didn't.


I didn't say that crazy. This guy is absolutely crazy. I mean, not to mention, if you look at the numbers now, while all this is going on, we have the highest one day numbers of coronavirus, over a hundred thousand in a day. It's crazy how we get there, how I understand all matters of the election.


If you look at it, Donald Trump is the person that hasn't shown great leadership during coronavirus. I think that's a big issue.


You don't think so during this election, when was the one with the highest one day just now? Well, people are voting yea. I know what I'm saying.


All this is happening at the same time. They that on the news as we're waiting to find out who the new president is going to be.


OK. But let me ask you a question, Charlamagne. Yes. Yes. You were so, so happy, said black people, to save the Democratic Party.


Right. What does that mean? Because what did they give us? Nothing. But I'm here. Say I was like, but here's the thing. This is why this is why the work after this election is the most important work you're not seeing and having those boots on the ground and more importantly, keeping our boots and the Biden administration's ass.


OK, that's the most important thing. We've got to apply collective pressure all across the board. I can ain't no honeymoon and no celebrating. We got work to do and we're going to press that line and use collective pressure to move them the way we need to move.


Yeah, but it's like you take care of me and I got it. I take care. It's all transactional, baby. You look at me like I was. It's all a transaction. That's the problem with a lot of Democrats. Nothing to say about Democrats or Republicans. You see Republicans fall in line. Democrats fall in love. Ain't no love be OK. This is all transactional, simple and plain.


All right. Well, let's get the show crack front page news when we talk about you. Well, let's talk about these votes and what's happening in what states we are still waiting on and what the predictions are. All right. We'll get into that next. Keep it like this. The Breakfast Club. Good morning. Good morning, everybody.


Is D.J., N.V. Angeles. Charlamagne, the guy we are the Breakfast Club, getting some front page news when we start new.


Well, let's start with these counts now. According to Fox News, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are at 264, while Donald Trump is that Mike Pence, four to 14. Again, 270 is needed for the win with the Electoral College. Now for CNN, they have Joe Biden at 253 and Donald Trump at 213.


Trump allegedly was very upset at Rupert Murdoch over Fox News, his call for Arizona to go to Biden. So they said he called up and was livid with them after they declared Joe Biden the winner of Arizona. Why are you mad?


Don't be mad at Fox News. It's the voters who showed up and voted in Fox News vote.


Now, Joe Biden has won the most votes out of any candidate in history, not because he's 70 million votes nationwide, because a lot more people voted.


That's right. People showed up because they want that fast outside of the White House, not because Joe Biden is actually an amazing candidate throwing that out there.


In the meantime, Donald Trump is suing in three different states right now. He's filed lawsuits in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Georgia. He wants them to stop the vote. So let's see what Joe Biden has to say so far about these counts.


And now, after a long night of counting, it's clear that we're winning enough states to reach 270 electoral votes needed to win the presidency.


I'm not here to declare that we've won, but I am here to report when the count is finished, we believe we will be the winners. Hmm. All right, now Joe Biden wants them to still count every vote, even though Donald Trump is suing to stop the vote, every vote must be counted. No one is going to take our democracy away from us. Not now. Not ever. We the people will not be silenced.


The governor of Pennsylvania in the meantime, is responding to Donald Trump's lawsuit, where he wants them to stop the votes, the Trump campaign filed a lawsuit to stop the counting of ballots in Pennsylvania.


That is simply wrong. It goes against the most basic principles of our democracy. Our election officials at the state and local level should be free to do their jobs without fear, without intimidation, without attacks. These attempts to subvert the democratic process are simply disgraceful.


Stop the count. I'm losing. That's the biggest sore loser message ever. That's like that's like being knocked out on the canvas and asking the ref to stop the count as he's counting the ten.


By the way, if we stop and we can't stop the fight declared by winning it, you can't count every stop. And to count everybody's vote matters. Everybody's vote has to count. You cannot stop to count. You cannot do that. You can't just say stop.


Now, Donald Trump has been tweeting. He said they are finding Biden votes all over the place in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan. So bad for our country. Wow. It looks like Michigan has now found the ballots necessary to keep a wonderful young man, John James, out of the U.S. Senate. What a terrible thing is happening. We are winning Pennsylvania big, but the Pennsylvania secretary of state just announced that there are millions of ballots left to be counted.


Now, some of his tweets are being flagged for having misleading or disputed information as well. Donald Trump tweeted out, this is one of the flag tweets. There was a large number of secretly dumped ballots, as has been widely reported. They also flagged the tweet we have claimed for electoral vote purposes, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, which won't allow legal observers, the state of Georgia and the state of North Carolina, each one of which has a big Trump lead.


Yeah, I mean, Trump screaming about Pennsylvania. Joe doesn't even need Pennsylvania at this point. Right?


Like what do you just need Arizona to come in, in Nevada, in Nevada, Arizona, Nevada and Arizona and Arizona.


Nevada. And he's good. All right. Well, that is your front page news. All right.


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You having flashbacks. And when I busted your ass in that freestyle, what are you talking about? I'm not the USA princess. You said a little dambrot to get stuff off my chest.


You know me. I don't like the way the Breakfast Club treat me.


We don't treat you like a second ago he called and you put them a hole in your wallet. And I'm like, I'm always a whole. A lot of people call and we go to the phones randomly. So if you don't, you pick it in now for. But I just don't like the way you talk to our people up there doing their job. They're answering the calls. They put people on holborow everyday.


Talk to me, listen to what he did.


And he said, I'm listening to him pick up the phone. That's how I even use it here today.


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I have a problem with that. I just don't like that. The fact that I'm being blackballed, I mean, you don't do anything to black.


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There's nothing to blackball. Sean, you don't do anything. What are we blackballing? Sean he really thinks he works here. Yeah, he called three times a week. He speaks three times being blackballed.


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Yes. And let's talk about breakup's. This couple was engaged and have just announced that they are not actually going to get married.


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Russell, this is the rumor report with Angela. This close, listen up. Yeah, well, Russell Wilson plans to play in the NFL until he's 45 years old.


He was on the Bill Simmons podcast and he was talking about how he invests one million dollars every year in his body. Here's what he had to say.


I got a full time train that travels with me everywhere, you know, works with Sierrita and Decker Davis. I have a full time peaty Amy and I have a full time mobile person. And it's working on me just making sure that I'm moving, you know, the right way and everything else. I have a full time Sojo person to share. So we have a whole performance team that's been doing it for five years or so, six years now.


I got catch actually the day.


How many days do you think you do body work? I probably do three. Sixty three, really. The reality is Christmas and Thanksgiving because I'm trying to play till I'm forty five at least.


Good for him because now listening to that I got more context. When I first heard he was spending a million dollars a year on his body, I was like, that's a waste of time.


Just work out and take you see moss. But now you had a personal chef in the suits and everything else that goes with it.


Now it makes as he that's his investment. That's that is an investment.


I just thought he was talking about just working out. I'm like, huh, a million dollars.


That's a bit excessive. But XtremIO. All right. Now, as we're talking about the NFL, let's talk about the New York Giants. Logan Ryan says that team trainers actually saved his wife's life. Here's what they said happened after the game.


My wife flew down to Florida to go vote and she was having some stomach pains. I talked to one of our trainers about the symptoms. He said, no, she needs to go to the E.R. My wife ended up going to the E.R. They ended up catching I don't want to butcher the word a topic pregnancy where the egg was in the wrong place and our fallopian tube and I was about to burst. So she end up going to emergency surgery is what I'm dealing with right now.


And they ended up saving her, not who is Logan Ryan?


I don't know any of the New York Giants except for Shaquana. Guanabara, who's Logan?


Right place. But he's had free safety. Yeah, he signed this season. But you can absolutely, positively die from that.


Well, I'm glad that his wife is OK dropping a coupon for his wife and for those people that saved her.


She actually learned that she was pregnant from that because she I guess she had an IUD in and she probably didn't think that at all, and that's how she found out she was even pregnant.


Oh, that's beautiful. I'm glad somebody saved her and saved the New York Giants, the same person who saved the Cowboys.


OK, we still got a better record than you guys. Both got to relax. We got to. All right. Y'all got one.


Lamar Odom and Sabrina Paşa, their engagement is off, according to Sabrina Parr. Yes. It's been about one year since they announced that they were getting married and she broke the news on Instagram. She said, you know, I'm honest and transparent, so I have to be the first to let you guys know that I am no longer engaged to Lamar. This has been a difficult decision for me to make, but it is the best for myself and my children.


Lamar has some things that he alone has to work through. She said she does love him dearly but is no longer able to be by his side while he seeks the help he so desperately needs.


I learned so much from rumor report. I had no idea that Lamar Odom was even engaged.


Really, they've been talking about it for the longest time. He reported it like several times that I didn't hear it.


I thought he was with Khloe, who Khloe Kardashian trusted. OK, got you. Who said Trent?


Who's trying to trick the French? Oh, French. Who's French?


Oh, my God. He's always about my first. And that was five years ago. Right, Dromm?


We don't pay attention to that kind of stuff. I'm with you on this. I'm with you. All right.


Now to catch you. Six nines kidnapper has been sentenced to twenty four years behind bars. Anthony Hargrove Ellison. He's been sentenced on charges of racketeering, kidnapping and assault. And in addition to those twenty four years, he also has five years of supervised release whenever he does actually get out of jail.


I don't think you realize how much time that is. Twenty four years long. You realize how long? Twenty four years is. Just think about it for a second. I know it sounds he's in so twenty four think twenty four hour fitness. Twenty four hours a day. Twenty four years.


A long time. That's. I don't even know how to do math but that's a lot of presidents for eight. Sixteen twenty. That could be like five different.


I don't know, I don't know that but it depends how often it is true. It could be ok. Let's just say it was you know three, three would be three presidents did eight terms of peace.


No, not eight times to two times. There you go. Never mind. That's what I do think. It's a long damn time is what this guy is crazy. OK, twenty four years later.


All right, Manjula, you know, I don't want to.


That is your thing. Oh, years of age. You all just kill me. Goodness gracious. All right. We got front page news, actually.


Yes. And of course, we're going to keep you updated on what's going on with the election. And we'll talk about this clip that was recirculating again yesterday. It kind of predicted everything that's happening. All right.


We'll get into that. Next is The Breakfast Club. Good morning. The Breakfast Club, your mornings.


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Well, let's start with what is happening with this campaign right now. With this election now, former Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders actually predicted what was going to happen with his 2020 presidential race. And he predicted this while he was on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon. That interview from October is making the rounds again. Listen to this.


Polls show Democrats are more likely to use mail in ballots. Republicans are more likely to walk into polling booths on Election Day. It is likely that the first votes that will be counted will be those people who came in on Election Day, which will be Republican. And here is the fear that at 10 o'clock on election night, Trump is winning, in Michigan is winning, and Pennsylvania is winning in Wisconsin. And it gets on the television. He says, thank you, Americans, for reelecting me.


It's all over. Have a good day. But then the next day and the day following, all of those Maryland ballots are getting counted.


And it turns out that Biden has won those states, at which point Trump says, see, I told you the whole thing was fraudulent.


You know, it's easy to predict what's going to happen, especially when you have a person telling you exactly what they're going to do. Trump been telling us the blueprint for what he plan to do as far as attacking the integrity of the election. For months, he's been telling us exactly what he's going to do, how he's going to do it, and he knows his followers are stupid enough to believe that. Like I saw somebody on Facebook last night say, how is this possible?


On election night, he was up by half a million votes in Michigan. Now he's down. It's called counting the votes, stupid. That's what happens. All right, Jesus.


All right. Well, Donald Trump's team in the meantime is sending out emails to his supporters saying he says the Democrats will try to steal this election. Just like I predicted from the start, mail in ballots are leading to chaos like you've never seen, plain and simple. The radical left is going to do whatever it takes to try and rip a Trump victory away from you. And that's why I'm coming to you now. I need your help to ensure we have the resources to protect the results.


We can't allow the left wing mob to undermine our election. Yeah, I mean, his rhetoric hasn't even been consistent on that because at one point he was against mail in voting and he was pouring mail at mail in voting. He actually did absentee ballot himself and he did mail in voting. So it's just like that is the process in America. People do mail in ballots. I didn't try to mail in ballots, to be honest. I just did this because I never did it before.


Right. But I did it this year.


I did it and I thought I did it. My wife did it. This year, it seems to be working. They pull up kind of late, but they pull up nonetheless, like like, jeez, you know, come when you call them. But they are always on time.


All right. Well, you can also hear what's been happening in Detroit as they were trying to count the vote. There were people lined up outside and here where the chance.


If you stop the count, you need to stop the fight. OK, I'm an avid boxing fan. When somebody hit that canvas, if there's no need for a count, I mean, the fight is waved off. Somebody declared a winner.


Everybody, every vote has to count. You cannot stop to count. Come on now, unless you get your ass kicked. Now, let's just like playing.


That doesn't matter. Fair is fair. If you lose, you got to take it.


If you're playing Madden and somebody up by four touchdowns, you got to pass the controller. Man, unplug it.


OK, unplug it from trying to unplug the put the PlayStation. Right, right.


Yeah. But as you can see, you know, throughout these different states, there are a lot of protesters. They actually declared a riot in Portland and the National Guard was activated and they said at least 10 protesters were arrested. And that was in response to widespread violence that was happening there. Now, the one person they said was armed with a gun knife and was toting an improvised explosive device. They also had officers were being attacked with bottles and at least what we expected.


They are trying to feed you. You said so fast. It's not like somebody threw a Molotov cocktail at your house. You have to run real quick. Jesus Christ.


But we expected violence, though, you know what I mean? But I do. I did see a lot of people on the right say that they wouldn't participate in violence because that's what the left would do if they lost. So we'll see if they stick to that.


But I see them protesting in New York City. I seen I think 50 people got arrested last night. I seen somebody spit in the officer's face.


It was nasty last night in New York, downtown to a place called Greenwich.


Yeah, I started to see Green, which, you know, Greenwich Green. I heard you say that earlier, which. My goodness. All right.


Isn't that The Wizard of Oz? Oh, no. Glinda the Good, which. Never mind. All right. Yeah. All right. Well, that's your front page news.


All right. Thank you, miss. Now, when we come back, we have a special guest joining us. We have Eboni K. Williams and Dustin Ross will be talking to them. That's right.


The host of the Holding Court podcast on the Black Effect I heart radio, podcast network. And plus, you know, Ebony just just the way she breaks down law. And she's the newest member of The Real Housewives of New York. Here you go. I couldn't remember what city, but I know it was one of them. All right.


So we'll get into that next. Keep it like this. The Breakfast Club. Good morning. The Breakfast Club. Back to you, checking out the world's most dangerous morning show. Morning, everybody, is deejay in the Angeliki Charlamagne, the guy we are at the Breakfast Club. We got some special guests on the line. We have Ebony K. Williams and Dustin Ross. Good morning, guys.


Good morning, team. First of all, Breakfast Club.


Collectively, they are the host of the holding court podcast, The Black Network without her.


Yes. Yes. So how did you decide to do the show together? Holding court? So I slid in Dustin's deal. Dustin didn't know me from a can of paint. I never met Dustin Ross in my life. I was going to do this show solo at first and then which was fine. And then I was like, but I want I want the X Factor. I want somebody that's going to inject a little levity because, you know, it's like I'm going to be putting down the law and I'ma keep it a book.


But I wanted that. And I wanted a black male dynamic, to be honest. You know, I thought that was very important. I never wanted this to feel an exclusively female show. This is a show for everybody in the culture. So I reach out to a home girl who's like a culture head. And I said, go ahead, honey Nat, and find me the best talent out there on the ground. And she was like, Busta Ross.


You heard of him? I said, I'm about to. And I slid into his DMS. I was like, Brother, I have an opportunity I'd like to speak to you about, can I call you?


And Dustin said I said, hell yeah, you can call me. You know, Ebony was, you know, I mean, Ebony K. Williams Slide's Adams, you know, it was just good black, you know what I'm saying? It was a kind of black. I like myself. It was just good black. So I said, yeah, I'm going to take this call. And when cheapest show idea to me, I was completely in love with it.


And the chemistry just kind of organically did its thing, of course, which we knew it would. And now we have this amazing show on Black Effect network. So I'm really excited to be a part of it. But here's the thing.


That's why I wanted Dustin on the show, is because I can see here all day with my privilege of my legal background. The show needed that every man, every woman perspective. Right. That's able to say, OK, you kind of go and deep a legal bag right now. You deep in the political bag, like make it make sense, make it plain. And Dustin does that so perfectly. And and I love that show. I know for a fact you listen to the Supreme Court episode.


What you think.


I loved it and I learned so much. You know, the reason I love the whole school podcast because we live in this era. And I think Justin even said that on one of the podcasts, like everybody, the lawyer, they know the law, you know, but they really don't want to hear somebody that actually knows it. It makes perfect sense.


Have to point to when you see people hold their cameras, when you see people getting arrested or somebody getting locked up, there's always the guy with the camera that's telling somebody their rights and don't know what they talk about.


The broadcasts or chukka ain't got no right to search your car like, you know.


So it could warrant me, like, it's more. Yeah, no, it's true. It's a lot of Google that iPhone lawyers out there, you all. But, you know, I get it. I get it.


We are more informed. We are more technologically accessible generation than ever before. So it's very easy to confuse a Google search with the jurors doctorate. And that's why I wanted to do this show y'all is because our people, the most black folk in America, we need a better understanding of law, justice in the Constitution. Dustin brilliantly called our Constitution our terms and conditions of living in this area. That's what it is.


Nobody reads it and it's always there.


So I think I think Democrats have to change their whole strategy. I think that their messaging sucks and I think they keep running these establishment Democrats instead of instead of banking on the people like this in the houses like they should, they should trust in their new blood as opposed to trying to keep running the old horses.


Well, I know that to be true. Charlamagne and the title of today's episode of Holding Court is We See You. Black Men in America are the new swing voter period. Black men in America, the new swing voter. People got to get the memo. The Democratic Party needs to get the memo. Clearly gone are the days where it was a foregone conclusion that black men are going to vote Democrat. Ninety five. Ninety eight percent that day is gone.


Early exit polls, y'all. Thirteen percent of black men voted for Trump in twenty sixteen. Y'all want to guess the percentage of black men voted for Trump so far this year? I'm not eighteen percent. So I think that tells us everything we need to know. I think it affirms the theory that Dustin and I explore in this podcast. You know, I have Cedric Richmond on the congressman from Louisiana, old friend and mentor of mine.


And I asked him, you know, I don't want to spill too much tea. I got to listen to the podcast.


I says, Cedric, how do you tell your party, let this happen? Black man used to show up for Democrats at the same numbers as black women. Ninety five to ninety eight percent every election.


Now you got Trump. Damn, you're siphoning off twenty percent of black men. And in a general election.


Well, what do you think? That doesn't explain it to me.


Well, I'm more concerned about who's going to count those votes in Pennsylvania. I told you earlier, we need to we need the ladies, Nino Brown, head back it up. They don't seem to be counting these ballots in Pennsylvania because I want to make sure that every vote is counted. I do think that black men are definitely the swing vote. We've seen so many people coming forward in ways that we may not have wished for them to people like Little Way and people like the conversation with Ice Cube and the confusion surrounding that.


So I'm looking forward to closing this chapter once and for all and then sorting out the pieces afterwards. But the first thing we got to do is get Donald Trump's ass out the White House.


Now, before we discuss that, because you have Republicans ever done a whole general campaign, hail to the no Republican vote every election year?


And and that's one of the reasons that they can be successful in ways that the Democrats just haven't figured out. That's why their judiciary looks the way they want it to look. That's why right now they're probably going to win back the United States Senate. We have to start politically from inception. We need to hand select who we want. Doing our representation will force feed them the agenda. We shouldn't be asking Biden for an agenda. As far as I'm concerned.


I don't really give a damn what Joe Biden thinks is good for black America. Personally, I don't care. I'm going to tell whether it's Joe, whether it's Bill Clinton, whoever the candidate is. We're going to tell you what is good for black America because your white ass wouldn't know.


What are the other variables you think that cause people to support Trump because they can't just beat it? America's racist and sexist, right. It's got to be more than it does that.


Would you like to speak to this and give some insight as to what we learn from the congressmen yesterday?


We learn that there's several things that people have that are their own personal agendas for supporting Donald Trump. Things from it could be from greed. It could be just a power issue. Donald Trump is a white American males dream. He is. He's got the highest job in the land. They associate him with wealth and just being being a winner by any means necessary. And that's what they're attaching themselves to.


I think they also are attaching themselves to mediocrity. Know Donald Trump represents the last stand against mediocrity, being able to be truly exceptional in this country. I think the man can barely string a sentence together. I think he looks a mess. All of those things make him very desirable to. Does this point to a lot of average folks out there, especially if you are white and mediocre, Donald Trump is your wet dream? Yeah, people want to be able to rest on their mediocrity and the intrinsic value of their whiteness just don't go as far as they used to.


And they're scared and they're mad about it. And that's why I think they're gravitating towards Donald Trump.


We have more Eboni K. Williams and Justin Ross when we come back. Don't Move is The Breakfast Club. Good morning. Good morning, everybody. Is D.J. Envy, Angela Charlamagne, the guy we are the Breakfast Club, is still kicking in with Dustin Ross and Eboni K. Williams.


Me, could you be in a relationship are be friends with somebody who is is a Trump supporter or are on the show where they say all lives matter?


Yeah. With your cast mates.


Well, that's going to put to you does does to you starting and then I'll get to take in your hell.


No, you know what I mean. Like you can, you can. I respect everybody's right to have their own political views, but if you are willing to align yourself with someone who has done just literally heinous things, rip kids out of their parents arms, kids in cages, don't know where the parents are, just we can take it off just. No. So I can give you if you're willing to align yourself with those things and really take a stand and say that that represents your character, then that's what I'm I have to make some decisions myself.


Now we can say hi and bye. You know, I could stand next to you at a bar, you know, and things like that. But I'm not really interested in talking any further than that at this point.


You know, if you got a Mac ahead, I think you might as well go ahead and be bold and put on a Clance Hood. All the same thing, the same thing. So you're actually asking two different questions of me, and I want to answer them both. I'll be in a relationship, share my my intimate space, my body, my bed with a partner who, by virtue of his political support, upholds white supremacy, which is a threat to my very existence.


Hell, no. Could I be? Actual friends have real interpersonal relationships, women or men, platonically to date. Hell no.


Can I be on a show that really has I know sometimes support supporters on Real Housewives of New York.


There absolutely are. You're exactly right. Here's my take on that, though. When I was given the opportunity, invited to join this group of women on cast, I had to really do some thinking. Right. I'm a trained lawyer. I'm trained in risk assessment. There is risk for sure. But I felt that the risk was outweighed by the fact that for 13 years, this show has never had a black woman, not a black experience, not a black lens, not even a black point of view.


So I felt that the opportunity, the necessity for that outweighed whatever personal risk I would take. Y'all know me. I'm not afraid to go into spaces that they don't like me that are accustomed to me, that were not designed for me. I'd actually be happy that Ebony, because I feel like for people watching it also will be educational for them because it's high when you get that one side. And I know Lee is on there and she's not on that side, but it's different.


And coming from you, a person who has had experiences and can have those conversations and people watching can say, OK, now I get it. Hopefully, you know what I mean? I think so.


That's that's the whole point. I'm not there for any other reason, to be honest. You know what I mean? I got plenty jobs. It's not about that for me. It is about what you just say, Angela, is the opportunity to impact the broader audience that I can't necessarily reach a level even though I'm still doing that work. And that's an important audience as well. Sometimes you've got to show people better than you can tell them. I look forward to the opportunity engaging with my colleagues that believe all lives matter and don't understand why that's problematic.


Now, I got to ask you, I know this is a little off topic, but on housewives, does that mean that we get to see, like, what's going on relationship wise? Because normally on the show there is some type of situation, oh, we're going to see Ebony Blow.


You know what? Y'all are going to see it. I mean, of course, like that was the whole point. Y'all have known me for years. Y'all know, I've been fiercely private when it comes to my personal life and anything beyond the work I don't even engage with because the work is so important. Right. And for years, I wanted it to be only about the work. I wanted no distractions. You can't just turn thirty seven. You know, I'm really thinking about some different things in my life.


I'm thinking about starting a family. I'm thinking about what this family even mean to me historically and moving forward. And I think that my work now speaks for itself. I think my credibility is established and I think it's the right time to explore who I am, not just as a lawyer, not just as a broadcaster or journalist. Who am I as a woman? Who am I as a friend?


Who am I as a lover in a OK, OK, here we go. Here we go. I can't wait. Wait.


What defines I guess, womanhood to you mean.


That's a brilliant question Charlamagne. I think womanhood is the duality of faith and vulnerability and have the faith to know that I can withstand anything that even when the is the faintest idea what coronavirus. And, you know, I was sick for a couple of months and and battled that in a very difficult place. And I reminded myself, I can take care of myself, you know, and that's a big part of womanhood, too, you know, how bad was it?


It was I would call it moderation. I thank God I didn't have to be hospitalized or have been on a ventilator, but I couldn't smell the taste for six, seven weeks. I had extremely bad neck and back spasms. And to this day, I have remnants of the neck and back pain. I got to take an salt baths and all of that, like daily really also got pulled over the other day and they searched his car the first day of so that you don't have the right to do that.


So in that situation, cops pull up, they say, get out of the car, we need to search your car. What is the proper procedure?


OK, so what's the legal answer to that in the end as a practical answer to that? OK, so the legal answer is an officer is only supposed to be able to search your car if they have probable cause. That's the legal standard, probable cause, reasonable belief that you are up to criminal activity. If they have a search warrant, then then that's a lot cleaner. Right. But if I'm a black man in America or a black woman in America, for that matter, and an officer said, let me search your car, I'm not about to litigate that on the side of the road because I might lose my life.


So I'm saying so I think that's what's important you want to live to. And you said your dad used to tell you this and make it home. Right? The problem is, is like anybody can say, like, you know, you drive into a rally and anybody say, yeah, they had a gun. Anybody in at any given time they can say something small.


Like like I said, the smell, the comment when I would see when I was practicing y'all the cop always said it boilerplate. I smelled the aroma of marijuana. That gives them enough probable cause to now search the contents of your car, sometimes up into it, including your glove box and your trunk. And now you've got a whole thing. But here's the thing. Here's the good news about that. I want everybody to get this. This is really an important question.


If you let it take place, don't litigate this on the side of the road. Lived to tell about it. You're a lawyer. If there are any damn good, what we do is we suss out at trial or pretrial whether or not it was a valid stop. That's the first question. Any lawyer says did they have legitimate probable cause? We find out is some bullshit. Is that fake ass smell of marijuana or something else that's unreliable? Now your whole case gets tossed because the stop.


Right, the beginning of the content contact was erroneous. So let us lawyers fight that battle for you. Don't try to be a hero on the side of the road dealing with these cops.


You lose your life.


I feel like we got a good taste of the whole. I guess I like that you use it, you lose your life.


OK, I just I hey, I just I love it. Listen, this is what Butch Williams told me in Durham, who was my legal godfather and my greatest mentor. He said l is always better to be tried by 12 in a box by six than Kerry by six. OK, all right.


Well, we appreciate you guys for checking in this morning. Thank you so much. You check out the whole court podcast on the black effect I heart radio podcast network available wherever podcast or listen to. Thank you all.


Congrats again on your Hall of Fame induction, y'all. Absolutely. Legends list a breakfast club.


Good morning. All right, I go for a minute, I'm tired of all this political stuff now I come that I love it. I think we're just getting started. Matter of fact, a salute to Ebony, Kate Williams and Dustin Ross for joining us. Holding Court is definitely one of my favorite new podcasts, not because Ebony is my partner on the Black Effect I heart radio podcast network, because I really do learn a lot from the whole and holding court podcast.


Like she breaks down law in a way that is very easy and very digestible. And this week's episode, we see you Black Men, America's new swing voter with Cedric Richmond is great. Yes, yes.


It's just a lie. I was trying to go to bed last night. And, you know, I've been watching all the election coverage.


I finally had to turn the TV off and, you know, nothing's happened and nothing's happened since last night. But you just get nervous. You're going to wake up. Like, the first thing I do when I wake up is grab my phone and I'm like, all right, let me see if anything new happened, because I'm just waiting. Nervous.


Well, I focus on God, not circumstances, because regardless of what the outcome of this election is, even though we know the outcome is probably going to be Biden, Harris, we as black people still have work to do, you know, I mean, that's why you can't get tired now, because now is the time when you tighten up those boots and you strap on that helmet even tighter, you know what I mean? And it's time to get to work because we've got to hold these people accountable.


All of these campaign promises they made us. We've got to hold them accountable. And, you know, if we help them flip the Senate, we really got to hold them accountable to get some things done. And the streets, it's all about collective pressure. You can't get tired now. You get tired of dying. You'll be clearly not OK.


So I need you to have that same energy, four, four, four, four political candidates that you have for Beijing and be OK.


You hear me all right. Loves Beijing. He loves Beijing.


He was Beijing with the pollution.


No, that's not what he uses. That's what you use is just for men. Just for men.


When he told us that when he had our block party, that's what he thinks are blacked out. Biard party.


That's what I do think we should get some type of sponsorship or something because you do a good job. You know, I'm standing here, right? I'm sitting here with you guys.


What you had is you rather talk behind your back. Yes, I mean, we do. I mean, we do. But I would much rather stare into your face as well. You could be crazy. You don't look as stupid as it did the past couple of weeks. You got it under control. Whoever you are now is pretty decent.


Whatever painting you're using now, keep him. It's subtle, OK?


It's subtle. It's subtle. You know, I it I have had my hair done. This whole entire pandemic in my hair looks raggedy. I think at some point I have to get my hair trim. OK, and be. Where do you go. You need to go see Johnny Weir, Johnny, so he's seen you in a minute be. That's what he told me the other day. Johnny, you're too busy working on set nights. And he's very disappointed in whoever's paying you your house and whoever's written you will be renovating your bed.


He's very disappointed that he's back with his bag. I'm telling you right now, it's subtle.


Oh, and you can start your own thing, paint my face in my face.


Listen, on a scale of one to Omari Hardwick, you were way past goals, but now you about six out of six.


You guys finish. I guess you feel comfortable talking about another man's appearance. Yes.


I'm actually getting somebody up right now. I know somebody who actually makes these products. I would you be down paint my face.


I mean, don't you know you are looking for a new endorsement? I'm with that PMF baby. I think you should make money off this. So it could be like a carnival once we open up and stuff so we can have you at a booth and have kids, just come and splash black paint all over your face. I don't. I'm with that. Let's do it. Hey, sales. We got a new marketing idea. Let's go baby.


That sales. This is a whole brand new business. It's a brand new business. As an entrepreneur, maybe you guys done. You finish, you're going to find someone to paint your face. Are you finish. Are you done. I like this Angela. Do you have.


He said yes. And we are going to talk about Method Man. He's the guest tonight, my first guest on my first ever episode of Established on Fox. And I have a little preview of one of the things that he talks about.


Phenomenal beard, by the way. MIF always has a great beard. He could be one of your ambassadors. All right.


We'll get to the room is next. Move. Don't go anywhere because we are the show you love because we are so nice and friendly up here. It's the breakfast aggressive.


It's about who's going to report board. This is the rumor report, Angela, on the Breakfast Club. So tonight is the first episode of my show established on Fox, so it's not like dropping a microphone established hosted by Angela Fox.


So my dream guest was Method Man to be my first guest, and it worked out. He said yes and did it just because we do have history. Wu Tang was the first place I ever worked. So we have a lot of little fun stories to talk about there. But one thing we discussed was being on time and he talks about acting. He was on Oz, if you recall. He had a stint on Oz that got cut short because he showed up late.


I said, you told the story about I think you were late one time and they killed you off.


Yeah, I did ask. And it was just one day I'm just laying there and I'm like, I'm not here. So I called him. I was like, yeah. And I'm going to be a little late. It was like, you don't even show up. I'm calling my manager.


The man is just calling me at 16 billion messages back and forth and being a real cool about it, too.


And I was like, look, Thompson, show up tomorrow on time and we'll see what we can do. So, you know, I show up the next day. Then the new script came in and I read it and I was killed off.


Thank you. Well, so you got to be on time, guys, but especially when it comes to that. And he also expands on it to talk about how much money goes into these productions and how it affects everybody else that's working and the whole entire schedule.


That's very true, because you can cause a production a whole lot of money by being late. It's especially something like The Wire back then for HBO. It was, oh, well, that's still a huge production for HBO. You know how much money they probably will spend the day hour?


Well, you know, fortunately for him, I think he's a truly professional person. So he was given other chances later. But that was a lesson learned early on. Killed him right off. Change that script. All right, Blacktip. Now, he did an interview with Vulture and he talked about getting complimented as your favorite rapper's favorite rapper. He said depending on who it's coming from, it holds more weight and it's more of a feeling of having accomplished what I intended to do in the beginning of my career or what I've been doing all this time.


Then he discusses one of the most memorable compliments he ever received was within the last year. And this is when Rakhim was a guest on The Wendy Williams Show. Now, Wendy was talking about having a conversation with him at dinner where they discussed top five emcees. Listen to this. You know, I'm like Nas, you know, I run it down, you know, who's my top five? And then, you know, Rakim is, like I said, other than you obviously rock.


So you know what he said? He loves black.


Thought I was shocked. Like I like black thought. But I don't even think of him as a top five runner up or black thought.


His cognac, black thought is why, you know, he's truly getting better with time. And I think with rap music, you know, the more experience you get, you know, the older you get, the more things that you just go through. You just have more things to discuss and talk about. Your knowledge and information is more vast. And I think that's why, you know, Black Don is just getting better.


Yeah, black. That said, I dropped the mic like f all your haters. My work is done here. Mission accomplished. I was moved by that compliment. He always gets busy.


Black has always been a top lyricist, and he's one of those people that's scratching the age demographic in hip hop, right at the hip hop is a young man's sport. But that's that hasn't been the case for the past ten, fifteen years. You know, you've got these guys in their 40s snappin still snap like black thought like the race to five nines. You know, they got guys like, oh, they're fifties, Scarface, fifty flood, like these guys.


They're incredible, you know?


All right. And as you know, it is a difficult time for a lot of people. You know, just speaking about the baby and his older brother who committed suicide, really sad, Glen Johnson. And we want to, again, give our condolences to the baby and his family. So the baby has shared a video to his social media with some advice on what we can be doing for morning.


Check on people. It's my prize. I want you to come and stay with somebody straight through that. That's right.


Dropping a close bond for the baby, putting green hearts in there for your brother.


Suicide is something that I don't quite understand, but I don't think it is for me to understand, for when somebody is at their lowest and they feel like there's no other way out and they feel like actually not being here, it's better for their family, better for society and better for the world.


And the worst part about it is when you, you know, do reach out to a person that, you know, is going through something. But, you know, they're going through something so much that they don't want to talk. So they cut off all communication with their, you know, loved ones. That's tough.


It's the easiest way to do it, because that way you feel like you don't have to put that burden on that, whatever you're going through on anybody else. So you cut everybody else off and just try to deal with it by yourself. In a lot of times, you know, people look for outside things to cope, whether it's alcohol, whether it's drugs, whatever it is, or whether it's just being in your own thoughts. Yeah, please don't.


I'm never that busy. You know, I'm saying, like, if I know somebody is going to do something in that way, like, I'm I'm never that busy. I got I got to stop and. Have a conversation with you. You know, I was talking to some of our employees and I was having a conversation about how we don't know what's going on in other people's lives and right now, like, just be respectful of people. You don't know why somebody might be having an off day.


And it's just, I think, a great time for us to be as empathetic to people as we can.


It's been a rough year for some, like I lost two friends to suicide this year, you know, rest in peace, Jan Waters, I mean, Shaquille Kadee as well.


So it's just like, you know. All right, well, that is your room report. All right, Charlamagne, we give an advocate to you know what? Donald J. Trump needs to come to the front of the congregation. I need to, you know, use this donkey today, Donald Trump intro a couple more times before if I don't need it anymore. All right.


We'll get into that next. Keep it locked at 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. Would 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 fine.


Trump, please step up to the congregation.


Yes, you are. Donald Trump. When Mexico sends its people not sending their best, they're bringing drugs. They're bringing crime and rapists. Jackass. Yes.


Don't they? For Thursday, November 5th, go to Donald Trump, the soon to be one term president. Not so fun fact for Trump voters. Fun fact for those who didn't vote for him. I think he's the first one term president in twenty seven years. I believe I'm not the greatest that my last one term president was George H.W. Bush in 1993 when he ran for reelection against Bill Clinton.


He's also the third president ever to be impeached. Look, don't be mad at me. Those are the stats, OK? Donald J.


Trump will go down as a one term president who got impeached and tried and is still trying to destroy America's democracy because yesterday his campaign filed lawsuits in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Georgia said Trump is setting up the contest battleground states because he knows that Joe Biden is about to get to 270 Electoral College votes before him.


Now, the lawsuits are demanding better access for campaign observers to locations where ballots are being processed and counted and they're raising absentee ballot concerns. Now, never mind the fact that folks like the Associated Press are on the scene and some of these places in Michigan, for example, the AP observe poll watchers from both sides monitoring yesterday.


The Trump campaign is also looking to stick their palefaces in a Pennsylvania case at the Supreme Court that deals with whether ballots received up to three days after the election can be counted.


Now, listen, this should come as a surprise to nobody, OK? Simply because two, you call once said if you let a person talk long enough, you'll hear their true intentions. I don't even know if Tupac really said that because I never heard it. But online, his face and name are on the meme. Therefore, it's his quote.


And if it's one thing Donald Trump, you know, knows how to do its talk.


And he has been telling us for weeks that he was going to do exactly what he's doing now, which is attacking the integrity of the voting process.


Listen, I don't want to see a crooked election. This election will be the most rigged election in history. Absentee voting, great. But this mail in voting, you're never going to know who won the election. When you do mail in voting ballots, you're asking for fraud, because when that starts happening, you don't have a fair you have a rigged system.


This is the greatest scam in the history of politics.


This is going to be a fraud like you've never seen. It's a rigged election. The only way we're going to lose.


Trump's campaign also announced that it would ask for a recount in Wisconsin, a state that Joe Biden won.


His campaign manager, Trump's campaign manager, said that irregular, irregular, what's the word, irregular, no matter what the irregularities, irregularity. There you go. In several Wisconsin counties without providing specifics, there is no specifics. B, he's just losing. All right. Trump is the guy you don't want to play video games because when he started losing, he wants to press reset.


He's the guy playing to three touchdown rule in Madden. But you're not aware that he's playing the three touchdown rules. And when you get up twenty one, though, he's pressing reset on the game. That's not how any of it is. Life thing works. OK, now listen to all Maggard supporters. I know you love Trump because he comes off as gangster. He comes off as the boss of all bosses.


But I'm telling you right now that BTC is GMO, OK, it's genetically modified. It's not real. And now you see what's behind the curtain. Nothing, OK, because there's nothing gangsta about demanding recounts in places you've already lost and screaming stop the count and states where he's on the road to defeat.


If we stop and to count, we need to stop to stop the fight and just declare Biden and Harris the winner. OK, is just that simple. And what's sad is Trump knows a lot of his followers are stupid. OK, I don't want to say stupid.


That's not a good word. OK, I just heard my daughter is talking to me as soon as I said that. Don't say stupid, daddy. OK, I'll just say they are easily manipulated.


OK, prone to taking in misinformation, Trump feeds off those of you who allow social media to do their thinking for them.


But everyone out there who thinks some cheating is going on because your president said so and because Trump was on election up on election night in certain places like Michigan, and then he eventually lost those states, it's simply because they are doing this thing called counting votes. OK. And when you have 100 plus million million votes to count, it takes some time.


Everybody is not as fast or as efficient as Chick fil A drive thru workers, OK? Chick fil A drive thru workers would have gotten his order right and declared Biden the president by no later than yesterday afternoon. OK, 100 plus million votes, easy work for Chick fil A drive to work. OK, they would add those voting by noon on yesterday, but everybody is not as good as counting and getting orders right, like Chick fil workers. Therefore, it takes time to count all these votes.


Nobody is cheating.


OK, just just think about it.


If there was 100000 votes and you count the first ten thousand, they need more. Trump the next 5000 Limor Biden than the next fifteen thousand lean more Trump. And that's on day one. But that's only 30000 votes out of 100000 counted. If the next day I count the remaining 70000 votes and they lean more Biden, then it is what it is that's not cheating. It's the voting process. And it's quite a normal process on the day following what?


Voting. All right.


And that's exactly why Donald Trump wants to stop the count, because the more votes that are counted, the greater his chances to lose.


A hundred and three million people voted early, dropping the bombs were all one and million people.


OK, I don't care who they voted for. I'm just happy that they engaged in the voting process. OK, one hundred and fifty million people voted early, either by mail or in person, representing seventy four percent of the total votes cast in the 2016 presidential election. If those mail in votes and absentee ballots were leaning heavily Trump, do you really think Donald Trump would be complaining right now?


He would be singing the praises of this election? OK, what are hurt? Individual Donald Trump is only a hurt person would question the validity of something because it's not working in their favor.


That is the epitome of a hater when you think something is wack just because it's not working for you. So you defecate on the whole process. Is this how I know Trump and his guy stole the election in 2016 because he's acting like a man who cheated on his girl and now he's insecure and paranoid because he thinks his girl retaliated by cheating on him? It's not her, Donald.


It's you, Trump.


Let me tell you something that I've been that I'm sure you told Dr. Ben Carson quite a few times. Nigga, please. All right. Look, Kathy Griffin, give Donald Trump the biggest ego. Please give this giant Mayo the biggest heehaw.


All right.


Let's get this thing over with. Arizona in Nevada. All right. That's so we still waiting on. Yep. Pennsylvania two, I think. Come on, Georgia. All right. Come on. Arizona in the bottles. Get the thing over. OK, well, thank you for that. Don't get a date on next. Ask a 805 eight five one two five one. If you need relationship advice or any type of advice hit right now is the Breakfast Club.


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Everybody is D.J. Envy, Angela Ye Charlemagne, the guy we are the Breakfast Club is time for ask ye. Hello. Who's this.


Hey, this is B from southern Indiana A B.. What's your question for you.


OK, so I have been saying for some years he's actually a kid. My kid's father is always saying, you know, I love you and you know, you know, our life is now going forwards and backwards. But he's always on his phone. Texting is always on these dating sites. I actually went to his phone and he's out telling these girls that, you know, I love you and this is another. So I don't want to, like, move on with somebody else because we have history.


But I also don't want to stay with him because, you know, of the I call it Facebook cheating and sex, cheating and stuff.


So you don't think he's seen these people in person?


Well, he has and he got caught. But we would like to call a break at the time. But we get back together. But it's the same thing. He's always on his phone texting and all this other crap.


Do you want to live your life going to your man's phone and catching him doing stuff all the time and being mad and sad and upset?


I mean, I'm not mad or sad is just I don't mind about it. No, he lies about what I know. I'm asking him like I want him to decide a little bit, but he's still he's still mad about him. And I know it's the truth.


So what are your emotions if you're not upset about it? You're not mad. You're not sad.


You're just I mean, I love him, but I wish that he would just want to ask me something is all about. He asked me something. I'm truthful.


OK, so the issue is not that he's cheating, it's that he's lying about cheating. Right. So you don't mind if he's cheating, if he's honest with you about it?


I mean, I'm I'm only cheating, but there's a lot that I want to know for because there's more than one issue here, because I think you're trying to convince yourself that you're mad that you're lying. But it's more than just that.


It's kind of. Sort of. But yeah, the thing is that he learned about it when I actually know that he's doing it, you know what I'm saying?


Because if you stay with somebody, right, that keeps doing these things and their behavior is not changing, why would they change their behavior?


You know, and if you thought about it, like them letting go of him, you know, I'm doing this well, you know, I'm done trying to better myself slowly but surely. But come on now. You got to a woman on your side and you know you're a good woman.


Don't you think you deserve better than that? I do. But don't you think I have to start over with somebody else, you know, that's been in my life?


It's not even about that. Sometimes you have to show people how to treat you. And what you're showing him is that he can continue to lie to you. He can continue to cheat on you, and you will continue to be there for him.


Oh, never thought about it like that. And I want you to value yourself more because it feels like don't you think you deserve better? Don't you know? You do. You said, you know, you're a good woman. Yes.


He's lying to you all the time. How can you even trust him? How can you lay down in bed with somebody that you can't trust that is blatantly doing these things even though he's been caught multiple times?


You're right. I guess I just don't want to be that lonely person.


You won't, you know, and and wouldn't you rather there's nothing worse than being in a relationship where you're lonely in that relationship?


It's true that being alone does not equate being lonely. Just because you're not in a relationship does sometimes that's when you find things that inspire you even more. Sometimes you have to. And I just said this the other day, clear all that clutter out so that you can let something real in to the man have overtaken. Mm.


And sometimes it takes for you to mean business for somebody to straighten up. He needs some help, but he's not going to seek that help because he's getting everything he wants you.


So you're not doing a service to him by enabling his behavior either.


OK, so once I stop everything to speak up about it and just go from there.


Yes, I think you need to just focus on you. Put yourself first. I put him first. All right. All right. I wish you the best of luck. I know it's not easy. All right. Thank you. You're welcome. Hey, I know Askey eight hundred five eight five one two five one.


If you need relationship advice or any type of advice, call you now with the Breakfast Club. Good morning.


Keep it real well, which is some real advice. Actually, it's aski morning everybody.


Is D.J. Envy Angela Yea Charlemagne the guy we are the Breakfast Club we're in the middle of ask you alone.


You want to go to you. Let's do line one. Hello. Who's this.


I got to be down. How are you. Good morning. Good morning. What's your question for you? OK, so I see you're like a super wonderful, accomplished woman and obviously something tried to make it by here. And I think I was just wondering, like, how do you keep going when you feel like you've done everything right? Right. But you check off the bucket list like a list of accomplishments, like like a lot of Democrats or I'm like getting myself on my own, but I still feel like there's something missing, like I don't have all the support that I need.


So, like, I'm trying to find a mentor right now. What advice would you give somebody who's trying to find a mentor? Really just try to just, you know, keep going and move on to the next step in life, especially for a young woman of color. All right.


So a few different things. I'll say you have to have some patience with yourself. I know you feel like you've checked these things up the bucket list. You've done everything right. Sometimes the payoff doesn't come right away or in the way that you expected. Sometimes things happen. There's a lot of relationships I have with people that things might not have come to fruition for two years, three years, sometimes six years. So just be patient with that and continue to do what it is that, you know, you need to be doing and what you're passionate about.


Secondly, when it comes to mentors, a lot of times you won't have just one mentor. It'll be several different people that can help you in different fields. Right. And as a mentee, part of your responsibility is to bring some value to that relationship. Also, it's not just I take, I take I take this advice and this guidance, but you also have to bring something to the table. So look at somebody who you admire, somebody who has done something that you like that's dope and send them a personal email.


Also offer some services. Hey, if you ever need some help with things. I was looking at the way that you wrote this article, and I agree with you on so many different things. You know, what's interesting here is something else is going on that I think you should cover, just things like that, where you can also be useful to somebody who was a mentor to you, because I think normally when you have a mentor or somebody that's older than you and somebody like you in your 20s, you're very valuable to people who are trying to figure out what matters to 20 something year olds in this day and age.


And so just make sure you're bringing something to the table. Look at different people who you admire, reach out to them, send them personal notes, whatever it is, even if you want to ask, hey, can we get on a quick zoom call? Do you mind? I just wanted to introduce myself to you. Whatever it is, that's not going to be something to time consuming, because sometimes people ask you to be a mentor and then they don't really hold up their end of the bargain also, you know, so they also understand that sometimes people have a lot of different people coming at them.


So don't take it personally if it's not something that they can do right now, but maybe not even, say, a mentor by saying if you need some help with anything, let me know. And that can turn into a mentor relationship.


But very true. Well, thank you. I appreciate graduation.


But your initial thank you Foxo established with Angela Yeager comes on tonight. I'm really excited and I know you are going to love this first episode. I appreciate, you know, appreciate it.


Thank you so much. You have a wonderful day, guys. Thank you. I love you guys.


Thank you all. Litsky 800 Fireball 105000. And if you need relationship advice or any type of advice, now we got rooms all the way.


Yes. And I see that Kiki Palmer had to get somebody together. She was upset as they were talking about her relationship. It's a mixed relationship. She's dating a white guy. All right.


We'll get into that. Next is The Breakfast Club. Good morning. The Breakfast Club. It's. She's spilling the team. This is the room report with Angela Yee on The Breakfast Club. Well, J Balvin is being very open about his struggle right now with depression and anxiety, he went on his social media and he told people that and he said it in Spanish. So I'll translate for you. He said, I know I've been a bit absent from social media, but like every human being, I've been tested in this case.


Once again, I was dealing with anxiety and a bit of depression, he said. He hasn't been as active online because he didn't want to pretend that everything was fine and perfect. He said no, because I'm a human being, just like everyone else, and I'm also fragile and very vulnerable, possibly even more so than many of you. But he did think his fans for staying connected and he said soon this will pass just like every storm. And I'll be on here again, talking more with you all making jokes because just acting like it.


No, I'm not up for that. Lean into it.


Nothing wrong with that. That's why I encourage everybody to invest, invest in them into wealth all the time. You know, go see a therapist, you know, do what you got to do in Rome. Has this great quote never rheumy says the wound is the place where the light gets in. The very awareness of your pain is your opportunity to let the light in.


So, you know, when you're going through something, just lean into it, man. Let that light in. All right.


And Pastor Carl Lentz, the Hillsong pastor, and he was also Justin Bieber, spiritual confidant for a period of time. He has been fired from his employment at the Hillsong Church. Apparently, they said it's because of moral failures in the past.


Not sure what exactly went down at the megachurches. Founder Brian Houston announced this. He said today, Hillsong Church, East Coast advised our congregation that we have terminated the employment of Pastor Karlan's. This action was not taken lightly and was done in the best interest of everyone, including Pastor Kyle.


Pastor calls my guy, you know, Brian Houston. My God, to both of them have been on a breakfast club. But how do you fire a pastor that kind of defeats the whole purpose of, like, religion, right? Isn't supposed to be about forgiveness. Depends what you do. Redemption.


I'm sure there are some things that's viable that you just got to say, no, he can't be around us. He can't be brought to the church. I've never heard of a pastor being fired in my life. I mean, I grew up Jehovah's Witness, ArcView being disfellowship, but I never heard of somebody being fired. All this while still pastors. We don't. Yeah, right. Well, he can just go somewhere else.


And I'm sure it does happen to me, just like he's no longer it's not like he's no longer a pastor. It's not like he's going to be he can't work somewhere. I'm not sure what went down. No.


Well, you know what I said, God, sometimes it's not a fit for you to be at a certain place for whatever reason. Did you call him a Texan?


He texted me last night. I mean, it was Texan. I didn't know anything about this. I just know he told me take can take some time off, OK? I so wish him the best.


All right. Now, Duncan, which used to be Dunkin Donuts, has sold to the owner of Arby's, Sonic and Buffalo Wild Wings for eleven point three billion dollars. So the coffee chain and Baskin Robbins are now being acquired by Inspire Brand.


I drive by Arby's and I look at the RB side and I say to myself, who the hell eats there?


And guess what? I found out in this room this morning that we have an Arby's eater.


Reveal yourself before I do it for you. The curly fries are amazing.


The curly fries. They really are.


Yeah, I thought it was drome, not a curly fries, a good money at all. Yes. Looks like you're in the minority, Charlotte.


I don't know anybody that is at Arby's, but clearly it's big Latino salute, the drama about Latino. But the curly fries are good money.


All right. All right. Now, Cynthia Epeli, she just recently did Lady Parts.


That's a show with Modern Family on sandwiches locally.


And she talked about how she actually started using birth control before she even knew what it was. She said her mom put her on the pill, grew up in the south.


My mom didn't really talk to us a lot about sex, literally. Once we're old enough to start our menstrual cycle, she put us on the pill just straight. It was like no real explanation. Like you can have a baby now. So you take this every day. And honestly, I was on the pill for so long, I didn't even realize I was old enough to get off if I wanted to. I think it was her way of saying, I don't want you guys to get pregnant.


And had we not gotten on the pill because we didn't have a lot of information, I probably would have three or four kids now in my life would have been very different. I swear. If you have daughters, shut up.


Shut up. Mind your business. As far as a question, I find out my wife gave my daughter a birth control pill.


I would faint. Oh, oh, it's not a birth. You got to take them every day. Yes. Oh, I thought you could only take it once and you'd be good.


No, I'm clean. No, I don't. Oh.


Oh my goodness gracious. Thanks. Yeah, that's not nothing.


I want to think about next door at me too. I wish you well. These are conversations you guys are going to have to have. Oh I don't.


We've got to. Yeah, OK. Kiki Palmer is clapping back at people because they are criticizing her interracial relationship. Now, she posted a video last week. She's kissing a guy. He's white, and she put the caption rare footage of me in the process of becoming randomly suspicious of someone I trust because I struggle with the. Anguishing reality for my crippling anxiety and emotional trauma, so some people were not happy about that and one person said, well, she said Qiqi Palmer was writing about the election.


She said, I see a lot of people living one way but voted another. And a person who responded to her and said, like you and Kiki Palmer replied and said she didn't appreciate her comment. Sorry, since I'm not in the mood for a pseudo shey right now. And the girl said, oh, it's no shame at all. I still agree with you, but you kissing that coloniser just wasn't moving right now.


Again, it's not that. And that's how me I'm going to admit that just tongue kissing the colonizer.


Listen, first of all, that's very that's very racist. And that's profiling because all white people are not Trump supporters. All right. So come on, stop. All white people are racist. Debatable. I mean, listen, stop it.


No, all white people definitely are not Trump supporters. So that's just silly to say that just because you see her kissing a white guy, I come here.


That's ridiculous. But. All right. Well, that's social media. I'm Angeliki. And that is your point.


Maybe it's just the week because of the climate of the week. You know, I'm saying it's an election.


We can kiss your boyfriend if he's white, maybe not this week. Maybe you got to wait. Maybe we need to wait until this magnificent this wears off. Yeah, maybe I could.


All right. Well, thank you for that room, do you, Kiki? All right. Thanks to you guys. We'll see you tomorrow. Everybody else. The People's Choice Mix is up next is The Breakfast Club. Good morning. The Breakfast Club.


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