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It's safe to say 20 was one of the most difficult years ever for so many. That's why I'm here to ask you, how can I help? My name is Dr. Gail Saltz.

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I'm a clinical associate professor of psychiatry at the New York Presbyterian Hospital, host of the new weekly podcast, How Can I Help With Dr. Gail Saltz, brought to you by the Seneca Women Podcast Network. And I Heart Radio.

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Join me every Friday where you can ask your most pressing questions and I will answer with specific advice and understanding. Listen to how can I help with Dr. Gail Saltz on the I Heart radio app, on Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcast, January 21st.

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It's the biggest night of the year for podcast fans or twenty twenty one. I heard radio podcast. These are really some of the best and brightest and smartest and most compelling minds in the country. Celebrate the podcasts we've leaned on for laughs, headlines, stories to get our adrenaline pumping and voices to comfort us. It's a huge honor. Thank you to my listeners because without them this wouldn't have don't miss our twenty twenty one I heart radio podcast awards watch on Ijaw radio's YouTube and Facebook and listen on our I Heart Radio out January 21st at 9:00 pm.

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I think it's time it's time to wake up again, Angeliki and Charlemagne's at the Breakfast Club, bitch, the voice of the culture. People watch the. So we did this one of my favorite shows, though, just because you always keep you want to keep it real. They might not watch the news, but they're on Twitter. We're on Facebook. They're you know, they're listening to the breakfast show I saw. Good morning, USA. Yo, yo, yo, yo.

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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. Good morning, Angela. Yea Charlemagne the God peace to the planet.

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Guess what day it is. Gas what day it is.

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Oh oh yes.

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It's Wednesday. It's hot day. That's right. What's happening man. I've been tired all week man. Hit me too. I don't know what it is.

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It must be a because I just be exhausted. I just be tired about the damn thing man. I'll be tired.

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So I take my my girl man naps in the afternoon. Oh man. It's my little energy but stop the music. So go ahead.

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Tell me what you guys got. Some you say what I want to say. What happened. You got something to give away. I told you you didn't bring me a gift today.

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No, I bring you know, give what's wrong with you. Why you got you got the biggest mouth in the world. You like Tyreese on the radio. He was talking. No, dang.

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I had nothing to do with nothing or nobody.

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Nothing fucking exactly. He came here to give me I like we're not talking to millions and millions of people like. So like I said, he came here with a gift gifts. I thought that was not a gift.

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That is, that is for somebody. But that ain't, that ain't for you. Last time you gave me a Valentine's Day give. I didn't appreciate it so I thought he was doubling up this guy list.

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Is this this dude, I understand that you're a radio broadcaster, OK, but everything ain't for broadcast business. Jesus Christ, man. So that's not for me.

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So, no, I don't know what you did. I have no idea what you're talking. You came in here with a gift and I thought it was me last time you came in with a box, it was well, it was an ass for me.

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I don't like talking about it. I wouldn't talk about Talisman.

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OK, Wednesday, Jesus is doing you great. A lot of people hit me on Twitter yesterday talking about that same conversation because they've been driving around with the nail in their tire for two months now and more. And finally, I inspire you to get that taken care of.

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You drive around with a nail in your tire for two months. How's your modem doing? You. Oh, you got it.

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Well, I have run flat tire, so all you have to do is, you know, put some air in them.

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Well, if you do get a flat Charlamagne, it is a little like it tells you that its air is starting to go out your tire. But I'm sure you just ignored that noise. Every pothole and speed bump into you right around my ear. You just put my ear right around that light on for too too much.

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You deserve whatever you can just get panarin Lord have mercy. Goodness.

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Well, I'm not alone. A lot of people have done this and are doing this currently now.

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So grow up and every single one of you, I'm glad you got your tires fixed. All right. Well, let's get the show cranking. Front page news, what we're talking about. Well, let's talk about this whole impeachment process that should be taking place today. All right. We'll get into that next. Keep it like this. The Breakfast Club.

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Good morning, everybody. Is D.J. Envy, Angela Ye shall I mean the guy we are the Breakfast Club. Oh, let's get in some front page news now.

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Do you know what's going on with Kyrie Irving? Is he playing. Is he not playing. Is what's going on. Is Billy.

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They're investigating now to see why he's been missing games and they've been spotting him some calls and yeah I see somebody said that he was upset about what happened on Capitol Hill. He didn't, he didn't feel like playing. That's that's what they allegedly are saying.

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But Kyrie is a very interesting, very interesting individual. And the truth is, you know, if he's going through something, which he was, he tends to do, that's fine. But I think sometimes you got to remember, you do have other responsibilities and your other responsibility, you know, is basketball. You know, it's people that want to see you play. And it's a team that's playing you hundreds, paying you hundreds of millions of dollars to pay.

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And his teammates, you know that they rely on you, too. So I just think that you have to understand you have other responsibilities even when you're dealing with whatever you're dealing with.

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And you got to communicate that to you can't just not show up. Right.

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Maybe he is, though. Maybe. Maybe he is. Maybe. I don't know. I said he was surprised that when the first time when he didn't play, he didn't even know he wasn't playing.

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Yeah, but they asked him yesterday, last night, you know, you expect to come back to season. He's like, sure. You know, just like Steve Nash was like, sure. Kevin to Kevin Durant was just like, you know, to talk to Kyrie when he comes back, we support him on two percent raise up to him. I'm sure he's communicating with somebody right over there. All right. What else we got. Easy.

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Well, let's talk about what's happening today and how the chamber does plan to impeach Donald Trump today. At first they were trying to get Vice President Mike Pence to about the 25th Amendment. Mike Pence said he will not remove Donald Trump from the office. He said that would set a bad precedent. That's supposed to be for a man who is incapacitated or can't do whatever his job is. So he said, I do not believe such a course of action to follow just so we're going to impeach your phone in.

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What you just said was Mike Pence is not going to follow through with the 25th Amendment, that they are probably going well, they are going to impeach him to day start impeachment proceedings. That's what you just said.

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Well, now Donald Trump has something to say about this. This impeachment is causing tremendous anger for. Pelosi and Chuck Schumer to continue on this path, I think is causing tremendous danger to our country and it's causing tremendous anger. I want no violence. I don't want to smoke.

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Am I going to do. That's basically what he just said. Listen, whatever this government has to do in order to send a message in the future, you don't want to be dictated that this will not be tolerated. They have to do it in. The most important thing is I really think they have to press criminal charges against Trump, but I doubt they will. And I think things are only going to get worse.

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To be honest with Donald Trump also thinks that what he said before the riot, whatever he said about that riot, he said that was totally appropriate.

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So if you read my speech, it's been analyzed and people thought that what I said was totally appropriate. And if you look at what other people have said, politicians at a high level about the riots during the some of the horrible riots in Portland and Seattle and various other other places. That was a real problem.

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What they said, yeah, I'm going to stop trying to make what happened this summer the equivalent of last summer, the equivalent of what happened last Wednesday. That was a peaceful protest, a peaceful, violent protest that, you know, a couple people hijacked and, you know, took advantage of. You know, if you think a calculated raid on the Capitol building is the same as a couple of knuckleheads looting in some stores. All right. If you think that's the same thing, then I have a White House in D.C. I want to tell you for the long time, OK, how much of your TV?

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Thirty dollars I'll take. All right. All right. All right.

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Well, that is your front page news. Get it off your chest. Eight hundred five eight five one two five one. If you're upset, you need to vent. Hit us up right now. Phone lines are wide open again. The number is eight hundred five eight five one two five one is the Breakfast Club. Good morning.

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The Breakfast Club. Wake up, wake up, wake your ass, this is your time to get it off your chest. Are man or. We want to hear from you on the Breakfast Club. Hello.

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This is personably for so precious.

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Get it off your chest, Mama, and go out to say good morning to everybody with everybody. Good morning. And you know, everybody get they started well and, you know, have a blessed day. All right, everybody up. And I want to give a shout out to my family and my co-workers, and we didn't have food for this apartment. You know, we are trying to get a little apartment down here where I live it. Well, congratulations on the new apartment.

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Thank you. Yes, that's right. You do not go. Let you not let your boyfriend you shoot that club up.

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All right?

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Let him let him release all his ancestors inside of you before.

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So I thought I remember how long this morning is this day.

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Michelle, get it off your chest, OK?

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It really happened in the bathroom and get ready for work, but come on in and try to give him a little pleasure. And he's enjoying it for a little bit because he's told the girl and he's like, say, I got to go to work and be late. I'm like, are you kidding me?

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Yes, I got to bring the money. And somehow he can't be late and lose his job. You just got to finish it when. Exactly.

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That's the sad part. You put you put him you put him between that when you when you were born. Yeah. But you put them between a rock and a hard on, you know what I'm saying? Because you want you want you to keep doing what you do, what you're doing. But then he no, he's got to go to work too. So that's that's a hard choice for me. I got thrown out.

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I've been laid several times.

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I want to believe it is not that hard. You need Biergarten.

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No, no, it doesn't. You said it's not that hard. I don't know. I mean, no, it's not that hard to make a change right quick. You know, I'm only a few minutes late. Traffic is your boss.

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Is he? Does he and that type of position where he can do that. Oh yes. He's oh. Oh. You know, part of why he's a boss though is it he got to handle his responsibilities. I know it.

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But come on. Well he got to make it up to me. That's all he.

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Oh you know, show him later on tonight. You got to finish off. Yeah, yeah, yeah. And you know, let me thank you. And your wife, because I looked at our pockets one day and you was like out of here. I just want to be early in the morning, but I don't want to just be getting pissed off. I mean, I mean a lot of money and a they have touched a little bit. How do you feel about that?

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You know?

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Oh, that's right. Going to happen. Not just so you touched your man monkey hole because be like he touched she said it is not a home.

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Tell them you are always. Oh he's always. But that is the trouble with Charlamagne left the butthole.

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But then why is he always with the booty. Ho. Oh wait, wait, wait.

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Why are you so horny in the morning so I can pass that on to the wife. Why not. Would you are not. Because these women, these women are here are savages and you know I'm going to keep your man home.

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Empty stomach empty box. Thank you Mom.

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I love you all the money.

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I have a girl I a full stomach empty box. There you go.

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With full stomach, empty box stomach eight hundred five eight five one zero five one. If you need to vent, hit us up. Now is the Breakfast Club.

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Good morning, Breakfast Club. We know that you black people.

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Right, right. This is your time to get it off your chest, whether you mad or blessed. But at the same end, we want to hear from you on the Breakfast Club. Hello, this is Bernadette from Oregon.

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Hey, Bernadette from Oregon. Get it off your chest. OK, maybe I got I got a bone to pick with ya this morning, though. A bone was a lady. Just had a bone to pick and you got one two to go. Oh, yes. So we might need some bone marrow on this one. My thing is that you guys in the past have said that you were on Khateeb payroll and I've noticed that I have never, never Charlemagne's said that joke.

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That was sarcasm, but continue.

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But check it out. So I think I'll go off on trash crab about Cardi B and about that wop song. And I'm like, somebody's got to do what, bebop upside their head? Because where I come from, you know, they to ram her records down your throat and the remixes is her record will be lost at sea. Will you. From Oregon. My friend from Modesto. Oh. How old are you. How old are you. I'm forty three.

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I'm forty two years old. Now let's be honest, we grew up on Uncle Luke, we grew up on Luján. We grew up on a little camp. We grew up on Foxy Brown. Trena Jackie O I Iaconelli put it in your mouth. We ain't got no room to talk about what.

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Yeah but look. Tybee Island brat, I'm messy, I'm on E, yes, b, I'm you know, I'm a fan and probably be in your neck, you know what I mean? And for you guys to go off and travel like you guys are, like, you know, every day is party news like, whoa, I'm starting to think maybe really sick got like that.

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Well, let me ask you a question. What is it about Kadee, me that you don't like so much? Because I I'm I'm talking about the one record in particular. What I don't think we as forty something. You have anything to judge with that record because we grew up on much worse, to be honest with you.

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I've never heard that song. Oh. So wait, what's the problem. And you can't really judge every song. There are radio releases out here. They rammell it's like every five minutes so I'm turned off to it.

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So I got to do what else we did. We don't play the records every every hour on the hour. I mean, I like how many people are talking about party regardless.

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Well, yeah, well, I don't hear nobody else talking about it the way y'all do. I mean, just like she's up there she is.

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I got to love academy me, you know, especially when you see somebody get it out there. By the way, we saw a call to get it out.

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But thank you for calling, Mama. I mean, I know I know.

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I've had a lot of love calling me since she was on Instagram back in 2013, 2014, you know what I mean? It was good to see her become who she's become. Yes.

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Hello.

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Hey, what's up? In terms of a queen on the show me and so many of us, I'm just calling to say that I'm glad I woke up this morning. I feel good with everything that's going on every day in the flesh. And I also wanted to talk to you guys about Skype. I thought you guys heard about all he's done, participate in the investigation or into his actions of the about a part of your family outing with no pass on.

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So that's why he's been out. Yeah, no, that's not that's that's not why he's been out.

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Might have been happening before that. He was at his sister's birthday party and he was wearing a mask and his dad's birthday was last week.

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Right. They should have mask or something. But then again, there is no protocol and stuff all the time, you know, with everything. So that's disappointing. Yeah.

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He's going to miss at least three more games, they say, this week. Is he going to miss the rest of the game this weekend? He'll probably have to quarantine after that. Like I said, I mean, I think he's a very interesting dude. And clearly, you know, he has a lot of things that he that he's carrying, but he still has to remember he's got responsibilities. He's got responsibilities to his team. He's got responsibilities to his teammates.

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He's got responsibilities to the people that watch him. And he got responsibilities himself. Once you put your name on that contract and people paying you hundreds of millions of dollars, you can't you see, you've got to show.

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I'm sure we'll find out sometime soon what's really going on.

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You know, there's no this isn't new for Kyrie. You always know who he is. As I said, he's got he's clearly got some other things that he's carrying mentally. Emotionally. Yeah. All right. Well get it off your chest.

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Eight hundred five eight five one two five.

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Well now we got room so the way he has a wife and Luchi is wanted by the cops and we'll tell you what's happening.

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What she said was why I felt Luchi is being investigated. We'll get into it. Next is The Breakfast Club.

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Good morning. The Breakfast Club. Never thought you'd make a great switchboard operator or seltzer man or professional royal mistress if old timey jobs are your jam.

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We've got a podcast just for you.

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I'm Helen Hong and I'm at Beat and we host the new podcast Job Elite, taking a look at jobs that used to be a thing and now not so much.

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It's she's filling the team. This is the room where reporter Angela Yeo on The Breakfast Club.

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Well, according to CBS 46, they're saying that Atlanta police are looking for a wife. And Luchi, they put out a tweet. They said he's wanted on multiple charges for his role in the shooting death of 28 year old James Adams. So according to reports, they said officers were dispatched to that Street People Street in southwest Atlanta on December 10th, and they found Adams laying in the street with a gunshot wound to the head. He was rushed to the hospital where unfortunately he died.

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Now, a second victim was dropped off at a local fire station by a private vehicle. Minutes later, he also suffered a gunshot wound, but he survived. That was 32 year old Kevin. Right now, they are determining that these two shootings are possibly related. And why, if an luzzi is being charged with felony murder, aggravated assault, participation and criminal street gang activity and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony.

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Wow. That's not a good way to start off. 2021. Did he not eat his Black Eyed Peas and have a job on New Year's Eve? Jesus Christ.

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Right. Well, not sure if he actually did this. He's being charged. They're looking for him right now. So we'll keep you updated on Wyeth and Luchi. All right.

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What's the best? Right. All right, now let's discuss Vic Mensa. He has his Chicago nonprofit, Save Money, Save a Life, and he's been providing essential items for those in need. He's been doing this for three years. But on New Year's Eve, some thieves broke into the building and they stole over 40000 dollars worth of donated items. So that includes PPY sneakers, medical supplies, all of these things. Yes. Is that all for now?

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Is Vic Mensa on New Year's Eve, my nonprofit Save Money Safe Life, was tragically robbed of our entire donation inventory. I started the organization in twenty eighteen to get back to the City Hall Point plan. And since then we've donated over 50000 pencils, hundreds of thousands of pounds of food during a pandemic, you know, countless peace supplies, etc. And we were set up. Somebody brought a truck and emptied us out of a forty thousand dollars worth of brand new shoes when it coats, sleeping bags, you name it, to rob the nonprofit of inventory.

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And he told me they stole forty thousand dollars. I get it. But what are you taking the supplies for? I guess I understand the clothes in the sneakers, but why you got to take the PPE off like that's bad karma, bad juju, bad luck, like.

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Oh, goodness. All right. Well, if you want to know how you can donate to help out, you can also go to Vickerman says page on Instagram and click the link there to find out. Now, I know you have been talking about this Asanti and Keyshia Cole versus they have set a new date. I know we talked about this earlier, but that is going to be on Thursday, January 21st. Rain, sleet, hail, snow.

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Let let's go. So that's going to be the first verses of twenty twenty one with Ashanti and Keisha call. They said, thank you everyone for being patient with us. We cannot wait for this magical night with Keisha and Ashanti. I should be interested.

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You should be fine. Can't wait for that one. I was shocked when Keisha called man. I mean you can't really lose. I mean, have you been doing radio for as long as I've been doing radio. You know, Ashanti and Keisha call at different points in their careers with staples on on on black radio.

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Correct. So it's going to be good. It's going to be entertaining.

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All right. Lamar Odom has signed a deal. He's going to be boxing. If you guys are excited to see that, that's going to be June 12th in Atlantic City, New Jersey, at the Showboat Casino. And let's see what happens with this. So here's more information.

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Real excited. I just signed a deal with celebrity boxing. Who do you guys think I suffer? I need you guys to follow at Celebrity Boxing one on Instagram.

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I just hope he's in shape. I just hope he's in shape. I just hope he gets in shape to fight. You know, boxing is very serious. And from what I seen from Lamar, it didn't seem like he was. Korona got to go away.

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Man We need the big three back quickly. Lamar Odom is OK. Lamar Odom need to be in the big three. You don't need to be in nobody boxing ring.

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Come on, man. And I have no idea. And he can't be getting paid that much money. And even if they do something, when we give him like a piece of the purse, I mean, how many people are really going to come watch that?

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It depends who he fights have who is his biggest problem that people you know, that he goes back and forth with it and we get this.

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I can't imagine you can't fight crack when people fight crack every day. That's the whole point. Now, God, you got to fight your addiction. We you talking about we can't fight crime to go fight crack. And you ask the question. I gave you an answer. All right.

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All right. Well, I'm Angela. Yeah. And that is your reporter, Rick Fox. Crackhead Rick Fox. Yeah. Huh. That's old basketball rival Rick Fox right now.

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I'm just saying that's you ask the question I'm giving you. That would be a good fight.

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I watched it. I watched my own Rick Fox go ahead in the ring. I mean, just cause I know both of them, you know, I mean, the both only costar's I watch I watch that light skinned, first dark skinned, curly hair.

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First boy. Oh, I don't want to see that. All right. Now, we got front page news coming up. What are we talking about?

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Yes. And we are going to be talking about this impeachment that is set to happen today. What is going down? We'll tell you what Donald Trump had to say about it. All right.

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We'll get into that next. It like this, The Breakfast Club. Good morning, T.J.. And we actually Charlamagne. God, we are the Breakfast Club. Let's get some front page news when we start.

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Yes.

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Well, today, they are voting on impeaching Donald Trump. And, you know, there's at least so far five Republicans who said that they would also vote to impeach.

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So far, that's a far cry from Republicans last time. They impeach Trump when none of them actually voted to impeach him. Now, Donald Trump is saying the 25th Amendment poses zero risk to him, but he did say that he thought that this could affect Joe Biden down the line. Here he is.

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Before we begin, I'd like to say that free speech is under assault like never before. The Twenty Fifth Amendment is a zero risk to me. But we'll come back to haunt Joe Biden and the Biden administration. As the expression goes, be careful what you wish for. The impeachment hoax is a continuation of the greatest and most vicious witch hunt in the history of our country. And it's causing tremendous anger and division and pain far greater than most people will ever understand, which is very dangerous for.

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The USA, especially at this very tender time, why do I do? Why do people think speeches free like there is literally a cost to everything you say you are not exempt from the consequences of the things that come out of your mouth, especially if you're seeing them on platforms you don't own. But is that a threat?

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It feels like a threat a little bit. Part of what? Meaning like you go ahead if you want. I don't want no violence, but go ahead if you are.

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Well, man, that's not even the same clip. You weren't even paying attention. I am playing next clip. I don't want no violence. Why are you talking about that now? It all goes together. They cut the clip up so it wouldn't be a long clip.

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But I'm thinking in totality, he's thinking in the future, you know, if it turns out it is correct, we cut the clip in half, but that's part of the second major.

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And get into your brain, bro. That's not even the no play the no violence clips. And then we go back and play.

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What if you just said the same thing is to say to our citizens, watch on Wednesday as a mob stormed the Capitol and trashed the halls of government. As I have consistently said throughout my administration, we believe in respecting America's history and traditions. We believe in the rule of law, not in violence or rioting. Now is the time for our nation to heal and it's time for peace and for calm. Respect for law enforcement and the great people within law enforcement is the foundation of the Magga agenda.

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No, that wasn't the clip. That is it is it to say, I don't know what's going on in there? Is it the same speech? Is it the same speech? You would. I don't know what speech. I know. I know. I know. No, it's not. That wasn't the same speech you're talking about when he was outside and he was saying, you know, no violence. Yes. But I don't know why you're talking about that came from the same speech.

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I mean, I could be wrong. I know you. All right.

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All right. Well, listen, I do want to talk about the U.S. Justice Department, because with this capital base, they are supposedly pursuing justice and they have opened more than one hundred and seventy subjects files. So that means individuals they identified as people who potentially committed crimes that were at the capital writing that day. And here is what the acting U.S. attorney, Michael Sherwen, had to say about greater charges for these rioters.

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The initial charges were filing these some of these misdemeanors. These are only these are only the beginning. This is not the end of what the public isn't familiar with, is that the FBI working with the U.S. attorney's offices across the country and the crux of those being in D.C., we're looking at significant felony cases tied to sedition and conspiracy. In addition to that, we're looking and taking a priority with cases in which weapons were involved and cases in which destructive devices were involved, regardless of if it was just a trespass in the capital or someone planted a pipe bomb, you will be charged and you will be found.

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I really can't believe this is a thing. They have misdemeanors. Like why do they have to investigate anything? Trespassing, if that was al Qaeda and not al cracka, whatever country they came from would have been bombed already, OK? It was treason. It was terrorism. The Capitol building was invaded. All of Congress is in their lives, was threatened once again. Imagine if they were terrorists from another country.

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You don't think they would have dropped a bomb on that country already going according to schedule when they are looking for sedition and conspiracy cases. They said those carry prison terms of up to 20 years.

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And the FBI is considering putting some of those terrorists on the no fly list. So that means they won't even be able to fly anywhere. They said they're looking at all tools and techniques that they can use within the FBI, and that's something that they're also actively looking at. They also did say they're looking for information about a person or people who helped to plant pipe bombs outside of the Republican and Democratic headquarters. They said the bombs were real and they had timers.

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We don't know exactly why they didn't go off.

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White privilege is stronger than Starbucks. Why fibro white privilege is stronger than that. Control, like white privilege is an amazing, amazing, amazing thing. Like because I'm telling you, if that was anybody from any other country, they would have bombed that country already. Let that have been Muslims, you know what I mean? They would have been out of here already like it. It's unbelievable.

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It really is. No, it's not. America I'm talking about. Not unbelievable.

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That is your front page news. All right. Now, this was on social media about a white guy talking about why he likes black women. Can we play that clip?

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If you see my account, you know the stuff I like to talk about a lot of sociology. In my experience, I have better conversations about that with black women. Also, black women don't have an issue with my friends and multiple white girls be like, why do you hang out with so many black people? That's because black people don't ask me dumb questions like so I was a criminal for a long time. I think a lot of white girls.

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I like drug dealers because it's cool. White women will let you self-destruct. Black women seem to genuinely care and want me to do better, but I don't feel that comfortable around white people feel like black people laugh with me and white people laugh. And that's a white man.

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Yes, that's a one for that white man. I like this. Any time we can improve on race relations in America, we should. And this is one of those times that white man is professing his love for black women. That's a beautiful thing. That's that's got to. Is that a thing? That's got to be a thing. Right. Let's talk to some white men out there. Yeah.

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Eight hundred five eight five one two five one.

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Let's get some white men, some white listeners on the line if you prefer.

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Black said, we'd love to hear you. We want to know why.

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And you know what was brought in? Just a little white excellences, white women. Do you feel that way about black men are even women? Let's discuss. This is a good way to improve race relations. I like this, OK? I'm bringing people together. We want to know if you're a white man and you prefer black women or black men.

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And if you're a white woman, I prefer black men, black, white, black woman. I like this.

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This is good. This is good, guys.

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All right, let's open up the phone lines. Eight hundred five eight five. One, two, three, five one. Let's talk about it at the Breakfast Club.

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Come on, let's pull out your phone call. And right now you call me. And joining into the Breakfast Club to break it down, eight hundred five eight five one oh five one, The Breakfast Club. It's safe to say 2020 was one of the most difficult years ever for so many, and these remain very challenging times. That's why I'm here to ask you, how can I help? My name is Dr. Gail Saltz, host of the new weekly podcast, How Can I Help with Dr.

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Warning everybody is T.J. envy, Angela ye shall I mean the guy we are the Breakfast Club. Now, if you're just joining us, we're talking about a white man, a white gentleman that posted this on Instagram.

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If you see my account, you know this stuff. I like to talk about a lot of sociology. In my experience, I have better conversations about that with black women. Also, black women don't have an issue with my friends. Multiple white girls be like, why do you hang out with so many black people? That's because black people don't ask me dumb questions like that. So I was a criminal for a long time. I think a lot of white girls and I like drug dealers because it's cool.

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White women will actually self-destruct. Black women seem to genuinely care and want me to do better, but I don't feel that comfortable around white people feel like black people laugh with me and white people and I love it.

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I think that is great. I think that improves race relations in America. You have that white man professing his love for black women. And I think any time we can bring each other together, it is a beautiful thing.

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Beautiful thing. All right. Well, let's go to the phone line and see if we can get some.

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Well, we're looking for white men who feel that same way, white women and also white women who feel that way about black men are black women, right? Yep.

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Yeah, I listen to you, David. David, good morning. What's your name? David. Right. Hey, this is David. Hi, David.

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How are you, sir. And you like your coffee black.

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Hi. On. Oh yeah, definitely. Why? Well, better take care of them and better my current wife. I've been married for three years. When I first met her, I think I heard there, but she saw potential in me and she inspired me to do better and I'd done better. I will clean you up that she cleaned me up. I mean, improve my credit score. We bought a house together. Black.

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We live in a white man's credit score drop. One includes bombshell God, you, me. Only God in the form of a black woman can do that.

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We see. So on the path to a better life. My brother know what they mean. That I'll meet you. David, my brother. I'll stop you when you stop telling the truth. You told a lie yet. David Albright.

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Thank you. You know, we love. We love a good fixer.

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Hello. Who's this? Hi, my name's Angie. I'm from Queens.

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Angie from Queens now. And are you black? I'm white. Oh, I have to go to Queens.

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Where you from?

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I'm from New York because they have a beach right now. You like black Minoli? Yeah, I do. I feel like because I grew up in a predominantly black and Hispanic neighborhood, I had all black friends growing up. Like I just never thought twice about it. That's what I'm attracted to. I've actually never even dated a white man before.

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This is beautiful. We are bringing people together this morning. And I really feel like anytime, especially in these difficult times that we're in when it comes to race, we can bring people together. This is a beautiful thing. I am happy to hear this. These white people professing their love for their black boots.

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I actually my son is black. He's black.

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So, I mean, that's how it works. If you got a black baby daddy. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah. What's his name. Well, thank you. Thank you. Thank you. What's his name. Shout out. Shout out your baby daddy. And you son. My son's name is David and my baby daddy's name is Lamar. There you go.

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And his name Lamar. And the boys are black white Lamar. Jamal Tyrone after black. Is you going to get hello this Aaron. Aaron, what's up here is what's up Aaron.

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All right, come on now. Slowing down around black people too long. Yeah. What's up side with our allies?

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He said, fella, where are you from? I think it's I think it's a generational thing. I'm originally from the West Coast, so we've mixed a little bit more over there. I know on the East Coast, you guys are a little bit more separate. But the thing is, is that my generation I graduated in nineteen forty eight. I think my generation, it was taboo for so long that in my generation the white girls were looking for black guys and a black guy and the white boys were looking for black girls.

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And that's just how I was where I grew up. OK, so you. So you had a black boy now? I had I was married to a black woman for a little bit. For a minute. What happened? What happened? Do you go wrong?

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What happened? We just weren't compatible. But she was a good woman. I got nothing negative to say about her.

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So your your next your next baby, you want her to be black, too.

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So the last girl I was with was Afro Peruvian. So she was like a unicorn. She was Latino and black. So I was trying to contest.

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Not a unique point in your life for all Latinos.

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You hello here. Say, ah, man, I'm losing you guys now.

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We good. So right. So so you want, you want that, you want a black woman. And that's beautiful because you know.

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No, no I don't, I don't discriminate. It's all pink in the middle, you know what I'm saying. But. It's like, all right. All right, we lost you just bring up on the me. All right, you tell a lie. It is all pink in the middle. Eight hundred five, one, two, five one. Should you be looking for more than that? Yes, but it is all pink in the middle.

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If you are Caucasian and you prefer black women or black men in the middle.

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Something wrong, guys? We love to talk to you. All right. Good morning.

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I know this is your first call me and your opinions to the Breakfast Club top.

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Come on. Eight hundred five eight five one five one morning.

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Everybody is D.J. Envy. Angela Charlemagne, the guy. We are at a breakfast club. Now, if you're just joining us, we're talking about this post that a Caucasian man posted on his social media. Can we hear is so beautiful.

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If you see my account, you know this stuff I like to talk about a lot of sociology. In my experience, I have better conversations about that with black women. Also, black women don't have an issue with my friends. Multiple white girls be like, why do you hang out with so many black people? That's because black people don't ask me dumb questions like that. So I was a criminal for a long time. I think a lot of white girls and I like drug dealers because it's cool.

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White women will let to self-destruct. Black women seem to genuinely care and want me to do better, but I don't feel that comfortable around white people feel like black people laugh with me and white people.

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And yes. So we're asking eight hundred five eight five one two five one. We're looking for white people that prefer black men or black women.

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Yeah, because I mean, any time we can improve race relations in America, we should. And, you know, this is one of those times I love this. This is beautiful.

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Hello. Who's this? Chris. Chris, do you prefer black women, Chris, or black men? Yeah, I prefer a black woman. OK, tell us why Chris just seems like they're more passionate. They're easier to talk to. I always and always prefer black woman over white.

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You got to you got a girlfriend now. Black. Me. Yes, she's she's actually met but yeah she's like what's her name. Marissa professed your love for your queen right now. Chris, let me here and I need some passion for beautiful beautiful.

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I love you and I hope that we stay together and we can live this life thing. That is amazing.

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Round of applause for Chris. This is beautiful. All these white women confessing they love many black women and black men. Amazing.

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Hello. Who's this? Hi, this is Yolanda. Hey.

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You now, are you prefer black men or black women? They both. Now what are you Yolanda? First of all, what do you. I am black. OK, all right. OK, ok. That defeats the purpose of the white guy. He said something a little bit more on me.

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Yolanda, we don't want to hear this this morning. You're messing up the group. Sorry, I don't want to hear from you this morning.

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All right. You that's that was that that was the point of this. We asked for white people to call up here and my friend said, love for black people. OK, we'll do we'll do black women who love white men another time. All right. And it won't be next month. Hello.

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This Nicole. Nicole, are you Caucasian? Yes, I am. And you prefer a black man or black woman? Black man y well, I'll married to one. And if we have two kids together, do you sound black woman.

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So why do you why do you prefer black men.

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I feel like white guys. Just boring. I tried it. Just can't.

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So you don't like a lot of mayonnaise on your sandwich is what you're saying. Exactly. No mayonnaise at all. True indeed. Nicole, how long you been. Will be probably going on five years now.

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Best love of your life. That Black King is huh. How do your parents feel about it. They love them. That is amazing. At an area. So we're doing that man salute to you. Thank you, Mom. This is beautiful.

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This is love. Hello. Who's this? This unity. Charlotte Shannon.

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What are you, sir? Brakes wise, I'm a white male from London. Oh, I live in Florida. OK, ok. All right. Winter for black women or black men.

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No, not women. Women, women.

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I got as I got to get a Super Bowl. Why?

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There's no reason really. I met my wife in college probably ten years to ten years.

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What HBC did you go to block nine?

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I went to I went to a small college in Kansas, most country redneck town about the in my life.

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And you met a beautiful black queen on that campus. What's her name? Her name is Amber. Tell me how you tell me how you first grew in love. Me? Tell me.

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My brother, my sister, she just she just said she she told me one day I said, hey, can you can you say, hey baby? Because obviously the accent and then it just went from there, baby. Hey baby. Yeah. And you've been with baby ever since.

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Yeah. She's turned me into a man. I think the thing with black women I've experienced they are. You in line, and many men need a strong woman to put you in line. I appreciate for that because she definitely made my life better. That is very nice. I appreciate you, my brother. I appreciate you for appreciating the queen's not.

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And I appreciate you guys for having me on. Thank you, brother. All right. Thank you. Say bye, baby. Bye, baby.

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Have learned. Oh. Oh, God. Are you know you like that baby is a white guy.

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He's interested in a black guy. Bye bye. Bye bye. Bye bye.

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That's always a yo yo kinky this morning. What's the moral of the story? The moral of the story. Any time you can improve race relations in America, you should, especially because race relations are trash right now in America. I mean, they always have been. But, you know, they're really bad right now. And I love to hear white people professing their love for black folks right now.

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You've got rooms all the way. Yes. And we'll talk about somebody who actually had to have a baby during this pandemic. And she's talking about how she had to put on a mask while she was giving birth. All right.

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We'll get into that. Next is The Breakfast Club. Good morning. Yes, it was the most dangerous morning show, The Breakfast Club. Charlamagne got Angela in. Good morning. Happy Wednesday. I thoroughly enjoyed that last topic. I feel like we brought people together. Didn't you do? Do not feel like that.

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Actually, you know, my whole life I've been feeling that way because obviously my dad is Chinese and my mom is black. So is I've never been against anything interracial.

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Is that that is that the key to really improving race relations? Everybody just before us to date outside of that race, everybody, you should never force anybody to date anyone.

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Yeah, because I would just. Yeah. So I mean, you can't force it, but I also feel like you can't judge other people for the decisions that they make because you don't know how people situations are, how they grew up, who they grew up around. And people do have preferences. It just can't be like a sociology experiment. Like a fetish. Yes.

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And it's interesting because drama is Puerto Rican. I think Michnik is a town, you know. Yeah.

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And they were both in here saying how boring, you know, white women were.

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So, you know, I was like, wow, I didn't know. I don't know. I didn't say that when he heard what he was saying, Nick said that, oh, Nick said it like I said that. Oh, OK. Yeah, the white guy said that. You're right. That was Nick was in here right now. We got a report coming.

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Yes. We are going to be talking about being in the hospital and giving birth during the pandemic. We'll tell you what celebrity discusses her experience and having to wear a mask while she was pushing. All right. All that and more when we come back.

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The Press Club, listen up. This just in. All the guys got the rumor report.

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It's a rumor report, The Breakfast Club. Well, apparently, young thug is showing some love to people close to him now in an Instagram post, I showed off a watch that was gifted to him by young Douglas Atama.

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And there's only 50 of them in the world that exist. And Young Thug owns all of them. So he's planning to give them to 50 of his closest friends.

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That's no classy move.

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Very honorable, not expected to each one of those watches range between, I would say, thirty five and forty five. All right. Well, here here is the audio of that time, this time on.

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In a world. He has to get it on if he don't give it to him. I love it. I love. Three thousand three thousand six hundred thousand you don't want, he said. Yeah, he said he has one for Andre 3000 also and I don't know if the two of them had a conversation behind the scenes, but you guys recall young thug saying he couldn't rap to of Andre 3000 songs and he never paid attention to him in his life, which was cap that was capped, though, you know, that was Cap.

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Come on now. And he said, I'd like to ask his. So I guess I don't know if the two of them made up and now he's giving him a watch that because that would make him one of his 50 closest people in his life. Now, another person who gave out watches the Kardashians. They actually gave them the Rolex watches out to the crew for the show. You know, they wrapped and they take their final episode last Friday. So they surprise about 30 people with Rolex.

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I spoke to a respected listen, man, I love hearing things like that. I heard about George Clooney giving a million dollars of his 47 friends. If you got to do it, drop bombs for everybody who got he doing.

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Why not? All right.

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Now, Sierra is on the cover of Self magazine and she's talking about giving birth during this pandemic. She said she had to wear a mask. And when she did her first push, she said her obstetrician who delivered all of her babies was not playing any game. She said, I made my first push and he was like, she needs a mask on, get a mask on. She said it happened so fast and I still had my mask down.

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But he was like, no, she going to put that mask on. And she said her mask was good. She could still breathe out right through it, and that was it. But she said it felt like, this is crazy, I'm having to deliver a baby with a mask.

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Why in the world that sound like cruel and unusual punishment, like they shouldn't make a woman where most delivery everybody else put on that? That seems odd. She got a push and is already breathing and you got to wait. That man like that seems crazy.

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I have been through three of them. Things like, you know, women need all the they mouth, OK, you got to breathe in all of the air they need. They know they don't need no obstructions at all. They got a raw dog that air and the doctors walking her with the mask.

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No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. Yeah.

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After that first push, you like like I don't know if I could wear a mask. All right. Now, Chris Rock was having a conversation. He was on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert first and he was talking about shows that he was considered for and he could have been the friend on. Here is a way. Do we have this audio? Yeah. OK, here's what he said.

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Is it true that you were in contention to play George Costanza on Seinfeld?

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I just heard that one. So, I mean, it was a lot of NBC talk to us, talk about Seinfeld was talk about me being one of the Friends point. Really? Yes.

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I would have been the black friend who I am to America anyway at this point. But let's just say the good people at Seinfeld, they made the right choice. He's good. Yeah, I probably would have watched.

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I've never watched Seinfeld in my life. Many of them isn't a great show. I almost have not. I said it's a great show.

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I might have seen every episode I never watch, never watched because I didn't see anything on it that looked like me and I didn't feel like it was relatable to me. Even though I do like to read things that don't pertain to me when it comes to visuals. I got a little bit I never watch friends.

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I never saw that. I thought it was the same. I definitely watched Einfeld got Seinfeld and Friends with the same show for the longest and everything like that.

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I never watch Cheers if you want to go back and watch. I used to watch. I never watch. I know the tapes but I never watched his I on it. It was good. I'm not going. I never watch any good. Normed Chim's good. I like cheers. I wasn't a huge fan of his but I watched. But I did watch Golden Girls. My you know what I used to watch Golden Girls. I used to watch Married with children too.

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I know black people are married with children but I will watch some stuff. But it's you know why?

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Because I could relate to the Married with Children experience Nagus. OK, and Bundy's. Come on now. No, they were there. What about Golden Girls.

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No, I don't know why you would even become a lady.

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I could relate to that. It was the only thing. Oh, I was going to go. Old people are warm, you know what I mean? And we're all going to get old one day. So I guess maybe that's what it was. Oh, no. All right.

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Now, there's also some footage of Chris Rock, Dave Chappelle on Arsenio Hall, and they're having discussions behind the scenes. And, you know, this is all for Chris Rock. So he's doing his tambourine comedy, special, remixed. And here they are discussing how much they should play Chris Rock, have love for each other.

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You're the best. You're the best. Whatever it is all about, whatever you choose me.

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I say I really see this in the old days. But he originally got together for the movie that they would not call Richardson because we were called. Right. So they're saying that Richard Pryor, Eddie Murphy, Bill Cosby, they weren't cool with each other. Here's what Arsenio had to say about Richard Pryor and Eddie Murphy.

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The first time I saw Eddie and Richard together, Richards on stage in the original he's performing. And Rashon brings him a note. And Richard looks at the note and the note said, Eddie Murphy's here. And so Richard finally says, no, this young man here, people say that he's a newbie, but I'm not finished being me yet. So with me a little bit. But his name is Eddie Murphy and everybody goes crazy like you want to come up.

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And he had never met. Oh, my God.

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Oh, wow. Well, legends is not a strong enough word for Dave Chappelle, Chris Rock and Arsenio Hall. Each and every one of those individuals have influenced me, influenced me in ways that I can't even quantify. Like I studied them. I was literally watching old episodes of the Chris Rock Show on Google Play this weekend. I paid for the first season just to watch it. I studied The Arsenio Hall Show on YouTube all the time.

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I loved Dave Chappelle.

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Legends ain't even a strong enough word, a God to be dropping bombs while Arsenio Hall and Chris Rock. Right, and here's some more of our senior talking about Richard Pryor and Eddie Murphy. Eddie walks to the may of the main room. He steps up on the stage. They shake and meet for the first time. Richard walks away but doesn't leave. He sits on that step and sits and watches that work. And he turns the mother out and Richard stands at the end, comes to the steps and they walk away together.

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And it was the greatest moment.

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Wow. Wow, wow. Legends of legends, amateurism, but I just thought about some I'm inspired by young thug, inspired by the Kardashians and George Clooney, someone do some for the young man.

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I'm looking at each and every one of y'all Chick fil A gift cards. That's a good thing to do that don't get all your Chick fil A gift, cause I'll take it. That's right.

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So come on. Come take, dude. There you go. There you go. OK, you got did you get him yet? No, no, no. Send somebody to the store to go get them. Oh, you gave. Give me a cell. No, no. I'll go right across the street to the drugstore. They got the gift cards from the restaurant you called them to charge you for. My goodness. How much? All right.

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Well, that is a really good question.

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Yeah, but you got ten dollars. Good. You cabala and you play with ten dollars. So no one would cheat, you know what a great friend of mine, Rudy Reneke, taking it every day. That's right. I got the whole staff once.

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Yeah, a couple of days ago, I think. Yeah, me neither. What are you talking about?

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I mean, I said the staff. I mean, you got it. Excuse me, I got nothing you got and we all broke right now. We even know who you are. We haven't seen you in months. I don't have a job with a name. I couldn't even afford to get my tires changed. All right. Well, Solomon, who are you giving that down to?

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A man. I need Howard University to come to the front of the congregation. We like to have a word with them. Don't get too excited, Mr. Hampton. You want. But this is not because this is bigger than Howard University. This is about blackness in black people. And we need to have a conversation. I really want to discuss this because I could be missing something here. OK, so I have no problem taking the donkey to back if I miss something.

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I don't think so. At Howard University, I need to come to the front. And you would like to have a conversation with you, Howard. All right, Mr. Breakfast.

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Come on.

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It's but don't give a day. Don't you have a Democrat so being don't give the game a little bit of a bit like a donkey, feel the big. You know, I've been called a lot in my 23 years, but donkey today is a new one.

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Yes, not here today for Wednesday, January 13th, goes to Howard University.

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Now, I asked my niece, McCaleb, who was a Howard alumni, of How Will She Get Donkey this morning? And she said, no, it should go to the president, Wayne Frederick.

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I don't know if there's one individual to blame.

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So Howard has to get donkey as a staff record label and mother F in school now. I didn't go to college, OK? I graduated in 1998 from Knight School, Berkeley High School, Monk's Corner in South Carolina. I was supposed to graduate in 1996, but the way my behavior was set up, it didn't happen.

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So I tend to stay out of college affairs, not my business. Maybe one day some school will give me an honorary degree. Until that day comes, I will continue to support bcuz through philanthropy. I salute my mother's alma mater, South Carolina State University, dropping bombs on the state.

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I have, you know, I have a scholarship. This set up in her maiden name. The Ford Family Endowment will be given a couple of scholarships away this year since we didn't give yet to give went out last year because of covid.

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But I'm saying all that to say, I don't know if I need to mind my business with this situation, but this situation is bigger than Howard University, and it's hard for me to pass up the opportunity to to teach and show people the bigger picture in a situation like this.

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Also, I feel like there's a young woman in this situation who I personally don't want to make feel bad because this has absolutely nothing to do with her. Now, let me tell you a story.

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Howard University, one of the most prestigious historically black colleges ever, definitely probably the most famous, a school whose alumni include Chadwick Boseman, God Bless the Dead, South Carolina's own Taraji P. Henson, Phylicia Rashad, Toni Morrison, Debbie Allen, Madam Vice President Kamala Harris, just to name a few.

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And what did he do? He didn't really graduate. And when I say for you, I mean, phew, OK. I mean, when you talk black excellence, how it has produced a lot of it.

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I mean, it's a you a historically black college and university. So yesterday it came as no surprise when social media had a lot to say about the new editor in chief of Howard magazine.

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Her name is Ring Ring. You know, I'm not the highest grade of weed in the dispensary, so let's play a game of guess what race today is.

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Come on, real quick. All right, real quick one up Renren, you did, and guess what Raices said, an Indian ring ring you ring ring you. Yes, I would say Asian or the boys.

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Don't you do that. What the hell is wrong with you? Don't you do that. Angela Yee, Renren. You guess what races. Definitely Asian. OK, now you're both correct. All right, she is Asian vice president of communications and Chief Communications Officer Frank Trammell in the Office of University Communications said in a statement. I'm excited to welcome Renren to the Howard team. She is a skilled journalist with a proven track record that will serve the university well.

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This chapter of Howard's history is one of the most critical to date. The stories live today will be told for generations to come. And it is important that we continue to authentically document, highly highlight and uplift our journey. Now, once again, this is Charlamagne to God talking. And I do not want to make this about Renren you because she is absolutely qualified to be an editor in chief of a magazine. She's a journalist, writer, editor, digital media specialist.

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She's got a diverse background in Web print and broadcast journalism. She has extensive experience and magazine and website publishing, as well as marketing and business development. She's worked at the Washington Washington Washingtonian, the National Association of Home Builders.

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She co-founded her own strategic communications consultancy firm. She is overqualified for a lot of positions. So this is not an indictment of her at all. My problem is with Howard University and I could have this all wrong.

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OK, I've been wrong before. I'm open for discussion. I thought Howard University was an HBC you with all these talks black people are having about diversity and holding these corporations accountable, about having black people in executive positions, focusing on black people in C suites, why would you pick anything other than a black person to be the editor in chief of their magazine, a magazine, a magazine of a historically black college? You're talking about media. You're talking about storytelling, telling the stories of black people.

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I would assume, whether it's black issues happening on campus, black issues happening outside of campus. The wording Frank Tramel use in his statement was it is important that we continue to authentically document our journey. Who is the are in this situation?

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And can someone who is not black authentically document what is happening at a black school so you can be overqualified for a position? OK, but the one thing you need in any position like this more than anything is experience.

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I don't believe you can authentically document someone's experience if you don't live it now.

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I could be wrong, but I don't think Asians would bring in a black person and put them in charge of documenting and telling their stories when something is specific to erase, whether it's an HBC, you are a Latino magazine.

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If you're saying something is specifically constructed for a particular race, then why should anyone other than a black person be able to tell us stories?

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Drumrolls, your Puerto Rican. Yes. How would you feel if another race was made?

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Editor in chief of Latino magazine, Na Na Lived Experience. Man, you can have the experience if you're not of that race. And by the way, I'm sure that has happened. I'm sure it has been a white editor in chief of Latino magazines. Sure. That's wrong. You're the case.

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OK, we have two folks who went to ABC News and here Taylor and we are both Hampton alumni, not sure of Taylor graduated. That's why we call her T Diddy.

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Right.

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Taylor's a Hampton alumni, but I don't do. She did go. How would you feel, Taylor, if Hampton made another race?

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The editor in chief of the school magazine upset just because for me, I went to historically black cloud just to get away.

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No offense to white for my people and it defeats the purpose and that is the purpose.

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Envy. How would you feel if Hampton University made another race now? Editor in chief of the magazine?

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And I would tell you why it depends on bcuz use. It's not just all black students, it's not just all African-American. So sometimes you get students from different areas being Asian. Sometimes you see, like I know at Hampton Inn with some white kids on the road team, like it's other things. So if she's talking about the college experience and she graduated from Howard, then I would understand it. But if not, it makes no sense now.

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Nothing wrong with, you know, inclusion. Right. But when you're talking about putting people in charge. Correct. You know what I mean? Yes. They can attend the school, but to be in charge of the whole magazine telling black stories, I feel like that should be a black person. Howard University. To me, this is just very tone deaf. We already fighting with these corporations and organizations to put black folks in the executive position. So it confuses the hell out of me when black people who have the power to put other black people in these positions don't.

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How can we ask others to do what we aren't even doing ourselves? Please give Howard University the sweet sounds and Hambleton's.

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Oh, are you all about Ogie? Oh.

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The doggie holiday home, but I never understood why.

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Students that weren't black went to bcuz I just never did you not hear all of those black white men calling in professing their love for black women early on?

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Yes, because you're not black women calling their local black ABC News will create it for African-American students that didn't get the same like didn't get the same education of other people.

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Yes, I think that's how it was founded. Not now exclusive to, say, black people.

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It's the same thing because a lot of a lot of a lot of black people can't afford different colleges, use help a lot out and they focus more on black studies. So I thought that was the reason, but that was the reason why I was.

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Well, ABC News are expensive, too. Not as expensive as some of the other schools, but yeah, they are expensive. But that's the reason why I went to ABC. You won? They gave us grants. They were able to help me with financial aid a lot better than a lot of the other schools. And they focused more on black. And if you could just go to school and focus on education and not have to focus on racism and I have to focus on anything else, that was the reason why I want to be CEO.

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I would like to have any professors that weren't black or was it was black?

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It was it was 80 percent. I would say black. Absolutely.

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And they should be. Yes to you. I would love to talk to Wayne Frederick, the president of the school. I'd love to talk to Frank Trimble as well, because I just feel like it's very tone deaf when you have black people who have the power to put other black people in these positions and they don't. It's confusing to me.

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That's all. I get it right and I agree. All right. Up next, ask a eight hundred five eight five one two five one. That would be a good topic, though. Eight hundred five eight five one two five one coie right now is the Breakfast Club. Good morning.

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The Breakfast Club. Come on, relationship advice, any personal advice, just the really advice call up now for Enschede Warning.

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Everybody is D.J. Envy, Angela Charlemagne, the guy we are the Breakfast Club for Ask Ye. Hello, who's this?

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Yes, we're speaking with William out of Fort Hood, Texas. What's up, bro? What's your question for you? Yes, my question is me and my girlfriend together for two years and about five months ago she started, you know, not really to with me, you know, we haven't done anything bad in about four months. She's always leaving, you know, suspiciously. So I don't know if she's cheating on me or not. And I'm getting very nervous because I really want to marry this girl.

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What do I do?

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So what are some of the reasons that you think she's cheating because your mind wouldn't automatically jump to that just because she's not being as intimate with you?

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Well, I asked her for her phone, you know, and I trusted, like, check her phone and she doesn't want to give me your phone. You know, she says you're supposed to trust each other in a relationship. She hits me with that, you know, so it's just like I don't know what to do. You know, I don't know if I should marry this girl because, you know, we've been together for two years. You know, it's just like there I don't know if this is the one because, you know, I feel like she's cheating.

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You know, she comes home from work late to, you know, I don't know if I'm crazy or what, you know. Right. I give you some advice.

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And if you could just her what I tell you this right now, you're not going to get married, so that shouldn't be on the table right now. You have to repair what's going on in your relationship before you even consider that. And so let's take it step by step. A, you don't want to be with somebody who you have to ask them for their phone. I always think that's not a good sign if I'm asking you for your phone, because now she knows that you don't trust her and the fact that you have to feel that way isn't good.

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You said she's coming home late from work. She's giving you these indications and then you guys also aren't intimate. So the relationship has changed. You know, there's something going on. You just don't know what it is. OK, OK, I bro.

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Well, good luck, man. And keep us abreast of what's going on. I had ask 805 eight five one two five one. If you need relationship advice or any type of advice, call me. Now is the Breakfast Club. Good morning. Come on, keep it real.

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Well, there's some real advice with Angeliki. It's aski morning everybody. Is D.J. Envy.

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Angela Charlamagne, the guy we are the Breakfast Club. We're in the middle of.

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Yea. Hello. Who's this. Hello. Hey, what's your question for you. OK, so me and my boy, we've been together for like over five years. And why in order for him to have a way, it makes me happy, you know, like like me. So you want to have sex, right? Every night, like some nights. I don't want to kiss me like try to be white new guy. Yeah. Yeah.

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I will say guys definitely sleep better after they release. So that's for sure. Is feels like for him that's how he can really be nice and calm and get to sleep.

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Do you have a problem with him masturbating when I live at it at all. You know, like every night. Well I like to think it grow. Just be glad you don't have the opposite problem, OK, where you're not having sex at all.

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Where are you? I we never see anything anyway high.

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So it doesn't sound like a major thing. He wants to sleep well. He decides to get one off.

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Yeah you're right. That's right. Not a problem. That's very normal by the way. You know. OK, yeah. On Sunday nights my anxiety kicks in really bad. Is hard for me to sleep, you know, and I'll do my meditation and I'll toss and turn and you know. Yeah, that does help relax you. That's a fair that sounds like it's not an issue. He's at home. He's with dad. With you. Yeah.

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So just let him masturbate when you don't feel like it I guess.

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Yeah. It doesn't it doesn't help you see that accusation. Yeah. Something like that. I don't want to be get facials.

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Oh well you don't mind if you don't know what they started. You know what that is. He's released on her face get.

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Well I hope he's having sex with you because he's enjoyed he enjoyed it. Not just because you're asleep. That put you to sleep too.

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Hey, no, no. I mean, I get to sleep with I like you know, we don't know. I speak for the people. So Facial put you to sleep. Now, they don't even know if I don't want to have sex. And he want a massive I just I'm like, no, no. Like this. I say, there you go. All right. He likes that just the same. Just make sure I tell them, watch the eyes, OK?

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Don't get it in your eye.

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Tell me you care about. That's all right. So we get paid you a for. OK, yeah. All right. Yeah, a little kinky this morning. All right. ASKI Eight hundred five eight five one two five one. If you need to if you have relationship advice or you need relationship to look eight hundred five eight five one two five one. If you need relationship advice to any type of advice, call now.

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It's The Breakfast Club. Good morning. Now we got room on the way. And I just want to point out no judgment here, OK? Whatever you do is which I do. I'm with it. All right. Well, let's talk about Azealia Banks now. There's some strange things that have been going on. So if you know her, please check on her. All right.

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We'll get into that. Next is The Breakfast Club. Good morning. The Breakfast Club. I mean, my was terrific. Yeah. All right, morning, everybody, is T.J. and Angela shortly to go, we are the Breakfast Club. Let's get to the rumors.

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Let's talk to you, because this is the rumor report with Angelina Jolie's Breakfast Club. Listen up.

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Well, Azealia Banks posted a video yesterday, and it shows her basically digging up the corpse of her cat and cooking it. She's stirring a boiling pot of water. And then you can see the skull at one point. Listen to this. The cat is in the bag.

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Now, in the clip, she captioned it, Lucifer, it's twenty nine to twenty twenty, my dear Kitty, thank you for everything. A legend and icon forever a servile serve. And then she goes on to post some more and she says, Why do you think I would eat a dead cat when I can barely eat a dead cow? It's called taxidermy. Plenty of hunters were preserved, their heads hanging off their wall. Darlings, you guys are being racist.

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And this is very black lives. Matter of you are the cat's head is soaking in peroxides to fully clean him. And I'm taking him to a jewelry shop to have a gilded. Lucifer was an icon. He deserves to be preserved. You girls are not tough like me.

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I mean, listen, we need to look at the reasons why people are doing things. You gave us a reason. I may not understand it, but that's our reason. But I had been always been open about dealing with mental health issues. So I understand when you put yourself out there like that, folks make jokes and have opinions, but understand she probably really needs help and I honestly hope she gets is what she did.

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All right. So I'm just curious, is it against the law?

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I don't know. I don't think so. Am I right now? Here she is talking. She's burning sage.

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Honey, the sage is giving in. The abalone shell is heating up. This is giving clam. Get all the brew.

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Ha ha ha ha ha ha. We have a very tiny state of burning in that shell.

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I went out with a bang.

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I'm a sage burnam. I understand. And never burn sage in a capsule, but I am a sagebrush.

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I know you spoke to several times. I spoke to her recently. No, I was going to be Azalea recently. A brilliant man. She's brilliant. She's funny. But, you know, you know, we all got things that we're working on.

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She also posted Catholic's Ritualistically Consume the Body and blood of Christ at Mass. Either the communion is bunk because it replaces true flesh and blood with bread and wine, or Catholics are all essentially vampires and cannibals. And she posted Bhabhi suck the blood off of a newborn circumcised penis. What I don't want to hear is about preserving a cat skull. I don't.

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I don't. I mean, listen, that's all above my pay grade. I don't even know what the hell is going on anymore. Oh, you know what she's talking about. And she gets me a book one time. It's like this book of this book of spells. It was like a it's like a book of like spells and stuff like that. I mean, like a few years ago.

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All right. Now there's no stories for you. JMB The Bachelor, Matt James is saying that he finds it frustrating that fans assume that his winner is white. He said it was low key, frustrating that it became such a talking point. He said, first off, people should, regardless of what they look like, want you to be happy with whoever you're with.

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And if you knew anything about me, if you are close to me, you would know that the last women that I dated were all black women that I'm going to tell you this bachelor nation, I would say it is if queen is not of this show next week, it's fake. It's a lie. It's horrible. Queen has to go off the show. She has problems. She needs to be off of Bachelorette. If she's not of the bachelor bachelorette nation.

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That's how I know it. It's fake because I keep it around because the ratings the girl queen, she's a white girl. She's little, you know, she needs to be off the show.

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You sound like your banks discussing whatever she was discussing. I had no idea what you're talking about. Right. That's what they nation understands.

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But if Queen is on the show in another week, it's all fake. It's all lies. I'm never watching TV.

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Oh, we're going to get worse and drunk in a white women. Have you been watching this Tiger Woods documentary on HBO? It's a two part documentary. I watch that this weekend.

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I wanted to watch it last weekend, but I was busy listening to Jasmine Sullivan's. I've been watching the Chris Rock Show reruns.

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I haven't seen it. Well, part two of that documentary comes on Sunday and they're going to be talking about a lot of different things in his life. And apparently his former agent is not too happy about it. He said it was salacious, but they also are interviewing Rachel Uchitel, a New York woman who he had an affair with that ultimately broke up his marriage. That's what I want.

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And I want to know if she's going to chase Tiger Woods with.

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Yeah, she gives a very detailed interview on this. And they also have footage of him with Mindy Lawton, the Perkins Restaurant waitress who he had an affair with, that an Enquirer photographer captured. And they talk about all of that and this next part of it. So you might be wanting to watch that on Sunday.

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Tiger Woods don't get the credit he deserves for being a player. If he was a rapper, we'd be saluting, you know what I mean? You could play a play. You know, his whole career came down. That's not good. What you mean to call the game to everything?

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He married. He married. He cheated like. Yeah, but if his golf game would have stayed up during that time, he would be fine because golf games, golf game, golf game got back up. You back in the back and back.

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Well, you need to be all right. Zendaya is on the cover of GQ and she talked about questioning her own value and purpose after she stopped working because of covid. She said, I felt most like myself when I'm working. I felt like when I wasn't working, my powers had gone away. And I was like, who? That family. I didn't really know who I was. And what makes me happy? Where do I like to do?

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What else do I do? What is my value? What. My purpose now, she said it was my first time just being like, OK, who am I without this? It was a scary thing. But she does have a movie that she filmed in 15 days with John David Washington, Malcolm Emery, and that is going to be released on Netflix on February 5th. They sold it for 30 million dollars.

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I need you for your back. That episode they threw out last year for Christmas. Yeah, that was great. And I need you for your season, too. That's what I need in my life and production on it. Anybody know? I don't know if they're in production right now, but listen, I love you for a year. That was a little tease for us.

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You guys watch a lot of TV. I don't even know how you guys watch someone. You watch The Bachelor, that's all. I don't watch that many shows with a lot of shows. I don't watch TV at all. I don't watch a lot of shows.

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I just like what I like. And when I like it, I get into it and I binge. I don't watch a lot of TV, though.

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All right. And there's at least seven notable companies that are going to be cutting ties with Donald Trump and his business is. So this is interesting. Deutsche Bank is going to cease doing business with Donald Trump or his companies.

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They to make that loan at 300 million that he owns.

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He owes all that money to that bank. So now they're not going to be working with him at all anymore. So there's a bunch of different brands right now that are saying that they're not going to be working with him anymore, you know, really treating Donald Trump like he Alonzo in training day, man, not he's not in power no more.

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So he didn't got shot in his ass. Everybody want to try him?

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Yeah. Signature Bank is cutting ties. The Professional Golf Association has cut ties just like Alonzo in training day.

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Let's see if the Russians finish him off. Let's see what happens. Mike, I see. I just want to say. All right, well, that's your roommate report. I'm Angela.

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Yea. All right. Shout to revote. What a revote. We'll see you guys tomorrow. Everybody else. Let's get to the mix.

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