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Hi, this is Hillary Clinton, host of the new podcast, You and Me both, there's a lot to be anxious and worried about right now, and it's made so much worse by the fact that we can't be together. So I find myself on the phone a lot, talking with friends, experts, really anyone who can help make some sense of these challenging times. These conversations have been a lifeline for me.


And now I hope they will be for you to please listen to you and me both on the I Heart radio app, Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. This is your wake up call. The Breakfast Club to show you love to hate from the east to the West Coast, T.J. Envy Angela Charlamagne, the gorilla show on the planet. This is where I respect this show because this is a voice of societal change in the gay guys are the coveted morning show, which are fact in the culture that wake up in the morning and each they want to hear that the world's most dangerous morning show.


Good morning, U.S.A.. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, I got ya. Ya, ya, ya, ya. Oh, you bet. Yes, sir. We're back. You said what? I thought we were back. Well, two of us are here. Thurmon member hasn't arrived as yet. OK, ok.


His little cowboys. Little cowgirls one and you probably all excited and woke up a little late last night.


Well this morning I said, I said Dak Prescott and injury. Yeah man.


His ankle looks crazy. His ankle looks crazy.


But it's Monday. Yeah, but is his ankle or crazy injured, his ankle looks like it's broken, so I'm sure he's going to be out probably for the season. That's what it looks like. But we'll definitely see. Now, how was your vacation? Where did you go? Where did your Giants win by Giants play the Cowboys?


We were winning in the first quarter and I turned the game on.


So I don't know what happened, but said the Cowboys won. But you don't know what happened with the Giants even though they were playing the Giants. I don't know what happened. I think the Cowboys won after the first quarter. I turned it off. So I really don't know what happened. And I don't want to talk about football. This what I'm asking about you. How was your vacation?


Oh, it was good. I was in St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands. You know, my passport has been expired. I got to try to get it renewed so I can't really leave the United States. So and it was interesting. It was a vacation I had planned for March. I was like, I'm going to take this week off. And I wasn't supposed to go. There was a last minute thing because you couldn't go other places.


Hawaii had a lockdown and the 15th. And so that was the one place I was able to go. I had to get a coronavirus test before I went. I got a letter. I just basically stayed there and went to the beach and slept like it did know. You guys are having some fun. Yeah, of course. We missed you. There's romance in the morning.


You know, it doesn't feel right. So I'm glad you're back. You're going to do it anyway. We're going to do it anyway. So I'm glad.


I'm glad that you're back over the weekend. What would happen over the weekend? I don't do much of anything this week. And I chilled Logan had a football game, so I went to his game and that's it. Kids don't have school today. What's that guy's name that he said he found America. That guy is that day to day. Oh, yeah. Today's Columbus Day today. The clothes. That's why I know that.


Yeah, yeah. Everything is closed. Schools are closed, banks are closed. Everything is closed as of today. So the kids are home. It ain't got to get up early. No school for them. But we got a big show today. We got a couple of people stopping through. Yeah, you missed a lot. You call for a week. No, you lost one a week. No, it was longer than a week. Yes, I was.


I was gone for one week. No, I'm telling you what happened. OK, well, this morning Robert De Niro will be joining us. Robert De Niro and Marvin PERTS. They have a new lover. So he'll be joining us and also our Dr. Joy Hardin. Bradford will be joining us this morning as well. OK, all right. So we'll kick it with them. And we got front page news popping up. What we talking about?


OK, I'm of course, we are going to talk about football and we are going to discussing Donald Trump. He says he is immune to coronavirus.


Now, your mike is cutting in and out crazy. So you might have to reset. And it's a breakfast club. Good morning. Good morning, everybody.


Is D.J. Envy, Angela? Yes. I mean, the guy we are at the Breakfast Club is getting some front page news. Let's start with the Lakers. Congratulations to the Lakers. They won the national championship in six games.


They beat the Heat on six ninety three. The World Championship, isn't it? Well, yeah. World Championship, National Championship. And congrats to LeBron James. He won a final MVP. So congratulations to the Lakers.


Congratulations. The Laker Nation on that franchise has a history of winning. The tradition continues. All right.


Let's talk let's talk more about that in Rooma report, too. Now, what else you got? You.


Well, let's talk about Donald Trump now. Donald Trump saying that he is immune to coronavirus. Listen to this.


The note that you have revealed from your doctor, which says you are no longer considered a transmission risk. Does this suggest you no longer have covid, sir?


Yes. And not only that, it seems like I'm immune so I can go way out of a basement, which I would have done anyway. And it looks like I'm immune for, I don't know, maybe a long time. Maybe a short time. It could be a lifetime. Nobody really knows. But I'm immune. So. So the president is in very good shape.


Is he trying to say that he has antibodies in the system? They did. They did give him antibodies and they did say he Olonga contagious. I don't know about the immunity part.


So, yeah, he must think he must mean that he had tested for antibodies.


That's what he must mean, I would think. All right.


Now, in addition to all of this, you know, the town hall debate has been kept between bad and incumbent, started off with Trump saying that he was not going to participate in a virtual town hall. So Joe Biden is going to be doing his own. He's going to participate in a town hall on ABC. And that's going to be on Thursday at 8:00 p.m. They're saying Donald Trump may try to do going to. I guess with that, I know you're going to be going to file.


Yeah, it's not like any pop out at you in Brooklyn.


What's happening is gunshots outside your crib was going on stage. Yes. Sounds bad. So you getting shot? Yes. I like they hit you.


Yeah, I think it's happening all right, well, I'll do the NFL because I just tried to glaze right over, but I'll do them. All right. Houston, Texas, beat the Jaguars 13 14. The Ravens beat the Bengals 27 three to Panthers beat the Falcons 23 16. The Raiders beat the Chiefs 40 24. Cardinals beat the Jets 30 10. Steelers beat the Eagles 38 29. The Rams beat the Washington football team 30 10. The Dolphins beat San Francisco 43 17.


The Browns beat the Colts 32 23. Seahawks beat Minnesota Vikings 27 26. And the Cowboys. Their quarterback, Dak Prescott, suffered a compound ankle fracture, undergo surgery. And that is your front page.


And they beat the New York Giants yesterday. OK, dropping the bombs from my Dallas Cal.


You got that we owe for you. Yes, I am. I'm happy that we two and three. OK, back in the game. Well, we was up by, I guess like twenty and I cut the game off I wanna see anymore. I didn't do anything else for me to see better to me a one in four. But I'm friends up for Dak Prescott man. I got to suck up to being a contract killer. Yeah, you know what I mean.


And there's stuff of that kind of injury. I mean, it's a season ending injury, not a career ender. Correct. But still, Jesus Christ, you know, they're going to use that against him when it comes time to negotiate for that New Deal. Absolutely. Next. Well, this fall to someone, whatever the hell is going to be. All right.


Well, that is a front page news. Get it off your chest. 805 eight five one two five one. If you need to vent, hit us up right now. Phone lines are wide open. Maybe you had a bad morning, bad night, or maybe you feel blessed.


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We want to hear from you on the Breakfast Club.


Hello, this is Chris. Chris, I'll get it off your chest, bro. Hey, I want to talk about that Supreme Court nominee. You know, the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg stated that presidents have been often disappointed by the pick being that everything don't go, that they thought or planned to vote when they take that particular nomination. So I just wanted to cut in on that note. All is not lost.


OK, I don't even know what you're trying to say. Would you saying that he's going to pick this person, but they're going to be a disappointment to him? I'm not. The late Ruth Ginsburg stated that Republican president has also been disappointed by the picks today. They so often they had an election, they thought a lot of staff, Republicans that flexed out there that they never thought they would flexcel. Got you it. You may. You may it may look like they're against the U.S., but you don't know when it comes down to it.


You don't know you don't know how many people may vote. True. All right. Hello.


Who's this? Hey, what's up, guys? Megan, Megan, Megan, Jess. How ya doing? OK, so I just moved to Fayetteville not too long ago. This dude got me out here and man, I need some encouragement because I can't stand this dude he's got out here is so bad.


Why was it so bad?


OK, so first off, he does not believe. OK, so one day at a time, try not to be. Yes.


And you didn't know him like I know that you didn't know that before. OK, so let's just not move in with somebody when you beat him up on Facebook.


OK, guys, you just moved here with our bosses lately. Those last name. Yeah, I know. His last name was like we have been talking for a couple of nights. And, you know, if I would have been able to have two dates with them. Yeah. I wouldn't have moved in. Oh, my.


Well, that's great advice. So times is hard when you Broca, ain't it.


Well, it was in the middle of this virus thing. It's just me and my dog, you know, just trying to save a little money, you know?


I mean, I guess I get it. Yeah. Sorry for your mama. Yes. I just had to get that off my chest, y'all. Thank you. You were stinky. Have a good one. All right. All right. Thanks. Bye. Hello. Who's this?


This is Charlie from Columbus, Ohio. Good morning, Shandilya. You got the wise old boy Sombra. My dad. My bad, my bad. Well, first off all, Angela, are you still on vacation? She says you met. You came here. Yeah. Yeah. I just want to. You can't come. You can't come back. You can't come to Dayton and not, you know, not come to Columbus. Just to give you a heads up.


I know you went to the Chappelle thing, which you got to come to Columbus next time you got a date. I just wanna tell you that.


And then, well, it's in Yellow Springs, not in Dayton.


This place is still like fifty minutes from Columbus. It's the same difference. And then DMV, you need to put some respect on my Dallas Cowboys.


Why you came up with a problem.


Why do you hang up on him?


John, that's disrespectful. That ain't gonna make you anything other than 015 on somebody else's success is not going to do anything. We are not gonna put no one's in your column. I know your Buccaneers trash two.


We're three, two, three, two. What are you talking about? But maybe I just got the ball. My team. Get it off your chest. Eight hundred five eight five one two five one. If you need to win. It is up now is the Breakfast Club. Good morning.


The Breakfast Club. This is your time to get it off your chest, so the young man. I get from you on the Breakfast Club if you've got something on your mind. Come on. Who's this?


This is Steve calling from North Carolina. Hey, Steve. Yes. Hey, listen, guys, I love you guys in the morning. I listen to you every day, but I am so glad that Angelique's back, because when she's gone, you guys do not know how to act. What do you mean by that, sir? Because y'all are crazy. She is. I know she is backhand of yours. Got medicine in the morning because y'all are all you know.


But she keeps all in line. You guys are off all right. Yeah, very well.


I wouldn't take medicine from you. I don't know if they were shrooms or something. That was. I just want to put that out there. You can make the shrooms, maybe the shrooms that she slipping y'all is keeping all in balance.


And they got to. Why they why they y'all was off off the chain.


You loved it. Oh, listen, I love you guys and I thank you for what y'all do.


Thank you. Thank you. King. Hello. Who's this you know to from Brooklyn. You Brooklyn. What. I broke your arm right now with me is how are you going to be so rowdy and then go back to work. Right. Is going up in the Midwest and I can make these races are going back to work. You know, right now, tens of thousands of people attending these rallies, going back to work in the same places.


What tens of thousands of people attended a Trump rally are all in the Midwest, probably all in the Midwest. Every time we look on TV and I'll be looking like we're all these colorful names, these people look crazy. And then they come back to wherever they came from. The man, they refused.


They refused to wear a mask. They don't want to get tested.


And then they want to just go back to work and mingle with y'all is another thing that bothers me. It is going to be all brothers here. He refuses to get a tattoo because he doesn't want to interrupt the process of hiring a criminal. If they hold their hold in our country right now, they hold other facilities.


If you hold some of these hostage hostage holding, of course, right now or the article is ugly and accused of racism going, it seems like the only the only common denominator that people have with Trump is the fact that he already is referring to the target because it's so blatant. But I don't want a whole lot, but that's pretty much bothering me. Or if people go to these rallies and now they're divided up and everybody wins the Iraq war, why is it going up?


It's going on because we're going to these Trump rallies and they go right back to work. But that's not the only that's not the only way they work at true. We don't really work. And that's not the only reason. But anybody who is the only reason. But I'm sure I got you problem. Thank you. Thank you for checking in. Hello.


Who's this? Hey, good morning. Just chill out of Pittsburgh. Morning, M.V.. Morning, Brown. Morning, Charlamagne. Welcome back, baby. I hope you had a great vacation. I did. Thank you. I just got a quick I just want to take this walk with me real quick vote and we got twenty something days. Eighteen to eighteen to twenty nine. The Democrats and the Republicans was the same party in 1829 to 1850. They sat there separated with the Democrats having an extended party called the Whigs somewhere.


And from 1850 to 1911, they disintegrated. So now what I'm saying with this whole presidency, Charlamagne, you said something very profound to days ago that the Democrats and Republicans want the same thing. They want power. At the end of the day, they want nothing but the power. So what I have to go in there about eight months ago where the civil rights movement messed up was we were trying to be equal to these guys. We don't need to be equal.


We need to have our own, just like we always had. So with this upcoming year, we'll starting with Senator Harry Johnson. I'm voting for her. I'm not voting for Biden buying or I'm voting for Harry. Same anthology of voting for my mother. I'm voting for my sister because it takes a woman to make things right, you know, whether it's an apartment or anything. So we need to do it. We need to create our own party again, even if it is a waste, because they do get the term.


Oh, you think you're a big wig. You understand what I'm saying? We are big with my man in black and brown people.


You should look in where you should look at my my guy was Bellamy man and are Black Party.


You should, you should you should go check out the website. Our Black Party Dotcom hit it off your chest.


Eight hundred five eight five one two five one. If you need to vent, you've got rooms on the way. Yes. And let's talk about Danny Green. He said that he was getting death threats along with his fiancee, and we'll tell you why.


All right. We'll get into that. Next is The Breakfast Club. Good morning. The Breakfast Club. L.A. is where I was born and raised. And for years, it's where I've documented life in the city, not the pop culture headlines, but the stories of people and communities that hardly get recognized in complicated ways. Good morning. I brought L.A. wherever I travel to around the world as a journalist, and now I'm back home.


Look at those cowboys. There are black cowboys. I taught them how to do everything that Kobe's Kobe, Kobe, Kobe, Kobe made people feel as confident as he was. How do you dress? Like, you know, like a casual gangster from Alere studios. This is California Love. Listen to California Love on the I Heart radio app. I have a podcast or wherever you get your podcast.


Morning, everybody. Is D.J. Envy, Angela Charlamagne, the guy we are The Breakfast Club. Let's get to the rumors. Let's talk. Fabulous.


And Emily is spilling the tea. This is the rumor report. Angelito on the Breakfast Club. Yes.


Adulations to Emily B, in fact, they had their baby over the weekend. Did you see that?


No advance. Congratulations to them, little baby girl.


It was a very active weekend.


Also, Jay must have got married over the weekend on Saturday and in the process of mustard gas.


And another couple, they got married, Cynthia Bailey and Mike Hill.


They got married over the weekend to Mike and Cynthia. That's beautiful, man.


Black love everywhere. I love it. Mm.


Now, do you want to hear something? I hate to do bad news and to balance things up. Bad news. Five year for and got arrested in New Jersey.


Reportedly he was taken into custody and they said right now there is no bond available, according to the inmate. Also black youngster was arrested. We don't know for what right now, but he was arrested in Dallas, Texas. What was Fabio arrested for? According to this paperwork, it says that it was charges of simple assault, only causing bodily bodily injury. And currently he's behind bars still in five years of becoming a rapper from New York.


Right. Was his song was this that we know he's from Brooklyn, big trip.


And he also got those old demons with Drake.


OK, out right now. A dream, too. Yep, I, I actually did a peace march with Fabio Foreign on the day that would have been Jouvet, which is the day right before the West Indian Day parade in Brooklyn. So hopefully will be OK. All right. And Danny Green and his fiancee at the end of game five. And this is when you know everybody that the Lakers going to win and it wasn't going to go to a Game six and he missed that shot.


They said he and his his fiancee were getting death threats after that game. Here's what he had to say.


It's a basketball game. You know, people are emotional. Fans are emotional. I hope they don't take it that seriously, though, that passionate about voting or getting just what these people deserve justice. We'll get some better change along the country. But that's a basketball game. And not just taking out their emotions, they need somebody to claim it came down to the last play. Of course, I'm an easy target.


I don't like when people try to tell folks it's more important things in the world to talk about when they going through something like, Danny, if you were to hit that shot and everybody was on social media celebrating you and you wouldn't be on there telling folks that it was more important things to discuss with your wife, though not him. They were talking to his wife. I mean, that's the biggest error. You don't take that into consideration when you still got a couple of crazy fans are crazy, bro.


Listen, he missed the shot. That's what happens when you're on national television in the NBA finals and you got a chance to win a championship and you miss that fan base is going to be highly upset and people going to roast you. It comes to your territory.


All right. And the people were mad about some of them. And some people celebrated Bill Burr. He was hosting Saturday Night Live. And here was the opening monologue.


I don't want to speak ill of my pitches here. OK, I know. Well, let's let's go back in history here, OK? You guys stood by as toxic white males through centuries of our crimes against humanity. You rolled around in the blood money and occasionally when you wanted to sneak off and hook up with a black dude, if you got caught, you said it wasn't consensual.


Yeah, that's what she did, what she did.


So why don't you shut up, sit down next to me and take your talking to you.


I watched that on Saturday night. I laughed my ass off. But I'm a bit you know, I like no birdsell.


Bilboa was that Dave Chappelle summercamp? And he did. His routine was amazing when we were out there. So, yeah. I mean, some people, especially on Netflix, is funny, too.


I didn't see it.


Now, what I like is that one was on Twitter. Her name is Lena Urquhart. She said, I love that Bellbird made a perfect joke about white women making everything about us. And then a bunch of white lost their minds because joke that's proving his point.


Well, I thought I thought people were going to be upset because he called when? And bitches also thought they would be mad because of what he said about the LGBT community in a pride month, but they were mad about that. Oh, they were? Well, yes, they were.


Hopefully, this means we are reaching a turning point in our society where people start understanding intention and comedy again, because I thought I thought Bellbird was great. All right.


Well, I'm Angela Yee, and that is your room report. All right. Thank you, miss. And I guess, is it OK to call a woman a bitch if they co-opt if they co-opt the movement that they don't necessarily belong to? I just need to read the rules for later.


You better not call anybody if they do bitch like things guys are used to. So it's OK to use the word in context. I want to hear because you have to stick to this one that I can use the word I'm a woman, but I don't use the word to describe all women.


I might use it to describe a guy. Like if somebody does something like then, you know, I'm talking about Bill Burr in the way.


Bill, is it OK to call a woman a bitch in that context?


And I didn't really think that much of it at the time that it happened because it was a joke.


Oh, OK. He's on record with this now. And I'm saying when it comes to comes to comedy, you know, being sensitive about certain things when it comes to comedy, unless it's not funny, is it? Makes sense.


All right. Well, that is your room report. Now, we got front page news next.


Are we talking about. Yes, we are going to be talking about putting things into context about Donald Trump some more. And we'll talk about him and LeBron James. They had a back and forth.


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


Your mornings will never be the same.


So, you know, we've been talking about the debate all morning and so it's coming on tonight. Make sure your watch, 9:00 p.m., Joe Biden versus Donald Trump. And one of the most important things that we have to keep on talking about is voting yes. Levi's is teaming up with Rock the Vote to help get as many people as possible registered and ready to vote this fall. Texas Levi's two seven eight eight six eight three. That's how you can get registered.


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Morning, everybody. Is T.J. and Angela? Yes. I mean, the guy we are, the Breakfast Club, is getting some front page news now. Congratulations to the Lakers. They beat the Miami Heat, won on six ninety three and they got the chip. And congratulations to LeBron James.


He won the finals MVP salute to Los Angeles, the storied franchise they used to win seventeen championship. I think I'm tied for most NBA championships. And so success right now, it's a salute to the Lakers. LeBron did what he said he was going to do.


And now in football, we got the football scores. Of course, you don't want to do football school because your team is on fire and they're going to continue to be on fire because you don't ride with them when they lose. And that's the problem.


You always know.


You know, I always find I can do this cause I don't care. I do it. Houston beat the Jaguars. Thirty fourteen. The Ravens beat Cincinnati. Twenty seven three. Panthers beat the fact that twenty three sixteen. The Raiders beat Kansas City Chiefs. Forty twenty four. The Cardinals beat the Jets. Thirty ten Steelers beat the Eagles. Thirty twenty nine. The Rams beat the Washington football team. Thirty ten. The Dolphins beat San Francisco. Forty three.


Seventeen. The Browns beat the Colts. Thirty to twenty three. Seahawks beat the Vikings. Twenty seven. Twenty six.


Now Monday night the Dallas Cowboys New York Giants called. Can you repeat that? He wasn't listening. I didn't hear that one. Could you say that one of them? I don't know why, but I turned it off in the first quarter with the Giants win in Dallas, Cowboys won the New York Giants only five. That's all you need to know.


What else we got you woo! Oh, since we're talking about the finals and LeBron James, you know, he won the finals MVP. Now, Donald Trump had some things to say on the Rush Limbaugh Show about LeBron. Here's what he had to say.


LeBron is a spokesman for the for the Democratic Party. It's a very, very nasty spokesman because, again, they are they aren't angry much for the black community and people don't want to see that. And he's a great basketball player, but people don't want to see a guy that's that way. They don't want to see that we have enough difficulty during the week. You don't want to sit down, watch a basketball game and then watch somebody that hate your guts, OK?


And he's a hater. A trump is just better. Trump is just better at campaigning than Joe Biden is, though, because Trump was on Rush Limbaugh for two hours Friday during a virtual rally. I haven't heard anything from Biden or Senator Harris all week. If it wasn't for the VP debate, we wouldn't have talked about them last week in the way Trump is totally eliminated. All the negative headlines he had out there, the taxes, the debt. Stand back.


Stand by. The Melania leaked tapes. My God, he's just better.


I tell you, Trump is using the old bad boy in Def Jam Street team. They got people out all day long. Unreal is crazy.


OK, but he keeps on getting banned.


I see off of social media for spreading fake news and people can't respond to certain things that he's doing because he's just saying things that are blatantly untrue. He also says that Black Lives Matter is racist because it sows division between black people, white people in a. They're racist. Yeah, and we keep playing them, we keep talking about it, we keep him front and center. What did Joe Biden, both Biden and Trump are now most likely going to do their own town halls now?


Now, I will say Biden is doing his own, and that's already concrete. It's going to be happening on Thursday at eight p.m. Eastern on ABC. So they are saying right now Donald Trump is in talks with NBC about doing a town hall because, as you know, he said he would not do a virtual debate between Joe Biden. He's just said he's not planning to do that at all. And now he wants to compete, I guess, with Joe Biden.


Watch what happens in town halls on the same night, same time. I guarantee you the next day we'll be talking more about Trump than we did Joe Biden, which is said. But that's not a good reason, though. And, you know, Donald Trump is saying that he is immune to coronavirus. In addition to all of that, he has some ads out. And Dr. Fauci is featured on an ad and according to Dr. Fauci, he is taken out of context.


Here's the ad.


President Trump is recovering from the coronavirus and so is America.


Together, we rose to meet the challenge, protecting our seniors, getting them lifesaving drugs in record time, sparing no expense. President Trump tackled the virus head on as leaders should. Imagine that anybody could be doing more. We'll get through this together. Live carefully, but not afraid.


She said, I have never he has never endorsed a candidate. And here's what the real context was, that that ad took it from we've never had a threat like this.


And the coordinated response has been impressive. We're talking about all hands on deck. I as one of many people on a team, I'm not the only person since the beginning, I have been devoting almost full time. I'm not the only one. There's a whole group of us that are doing that. It's every single day. So I can't imagine that under any circumstances that anybody could be doing more.


A completely different context. All right, well, that is your front page news when one question, how serious must Joe Biden say anything this weekend? It's Ed Harris, anything this week, I'm being honest this weekend, some say it's just like this guy dominated the news here and says it's unreal.


All right, well, that is different than it news.


I know the Taliban is endorsing Donald Trump now.


No more Trump. No. Goodness gracious. All right. Now, when we come back, the war with grandpa. New movie that's coming out starring Robert De Niro and Robert De Niro will be joining us. Also, Trey Hurt and Marvin.


Now let's see if we can get Robert De Niro to talk about Donald Trump.


That's very kind of you has to be right. That one should be easy. So we'll talk to Robert De Niro when we come back is The Breakfast Club. Good morning.


The Breakfast Club. You're checking out the world's most dangerous morning show, morning, everybody. Is D.J., M.V. Ye Charlemagne, the guy we are at the Breakfast Club. He has a special guest in the building. We have Robert De Niro and Marvin In-Tray. Welcome, guys.


Welcome, welcome. Welcome. First of all, it's a pleasure to have you all, Marvin. It's a privilege to have you on, Robert, but I need to talk to the young man, OK? The young prodigy, your guy. All right. That's right. He's the brains behind this whole operation. Now he's the brains. OK, now talk to us about this this war with grandpa.


Yeah. So it was originally a school assignment. I was in third grade. And the rule in the house was I had to read the book before I watched the movie. So once I was done reading this book, I was super hyped to watch the movie because I had held up my end of the deal. So once I was done reading the book, I was looking all over the movie can find it. And then I told my parents because I realized that they're in the movie business.


And then my mom, she taught me how to do a page. So thanks to her and then me and my mom and came together, told my dad and then, all right, how do you may I'm 13.


God, I want to close. But you know what? I was doing everything.


We don't want to know what you know. I don't want to know what you want to congratulate you, man. That is amazing.


How are you holding up? Doing virtual school. And I know you started virtual school. How was that? Because my kids are driving me crazy. I hate second grade homework. I hate third grade homework.


I hate it all. Or you'll get a late night, ninth grade homework even more if you're left and you don't know what they're going what they're doing.


I have my daughter doing her homework right now.


Hey, Robert. The war with the war with grandpa. Interesting choice to come out with this movie after the after the Irish man. Why this role?


Well, I did this movie. We must have shot at, what, four years ago, Marvin Gaye. About four years ago we did the Irishman. After that, though, it wouldn't really matter what the sequence was. I liked it. I liked Tim Hill, the director and Marvin. And there was a sweet twist of the whole thing that Trey was the one who brought it to his father. And and I like the whole thing. And Tim Hill was a very good and who we wanted to cast and certain sorry guys certain ideas that that he had and that we talked about the script.


And then I didn't know there was a book. I don't think there was a book that I remember. And then I was told that I said, let me look at the book. And I spoke to Jim Hill about that. He was very open to that and to certain things, minor stuff that we had worked on changed to refer to in the book. And then we had to all run this by Trey.


That's right. That's right. The boss. That's it. You know, everything came to me.


Now, how difficult is it if you want to shoot now with covid-19, what what rules and regulations do you guys have to stand by? Or is it one of the things you say? Well, you know what? I'm just going to wait for a little bit.


That's an issue. But things are moving forward. I have a thing I'm doing with Marty Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio that we were supposed to be might have even been finished by now, maybe. But, you know, eventually, probably in the spring, we'll start it. And most likely, I hope, where it's intended to be shot in Oklahoma. But it could move if things look bad right now.


Marvin, how did you know not to dismiss Terry on this one? Because I'm sure this is the first project trade.


What do you actually. It was the first project. Wiley Yeah. Thank God for nepotism, baby. I love black nepotism. And I hope I hope you paid them right. I hope you paid them OK.


I paid I made sure I was paid OK.


I mean, if you brought me a project, I actually do the same, the same way.


How did you know this was the one? No.


Well, we were actually looking we had just finished a film with John Travolta and we were looking for our next project. And it so happened I was leaving for L.A. The next morning, my wife comes in, who was my partner, my business partner as well. And she was like, hey, somebody wants to talk to you about them. I gave her that look like, hey, I'm just shuffling I to get out of here in the morning.


And she said, No, no, get that look, are you going to give him five minutes? And he sat down, he kissed me this story. And I'm like, wow. And he goes and I said, it's a book. And he goes, yeah. I go he goes about to take you back to school. And I say, Email your teacher, let her know your dad is going to take it for a couple of days.


I took out my flight in the morning, read it was a small chapter book and I landed. I called home and I said, listen, this is a great project. Call the publisher and let's see if it's available. We might find out it's all about one point three million copies. Wow. Not traded.


You soak up any game from Mr. De Niro being, you know, being fifteen. Because if my memory serves me correct, he dropped out of school at 16 to pursue an acting career at sixteen.


Marvin, would you allow Trey to do that? No, no.


I got school right after this. What if this movie is super successful and he just wants to do this full time? And he said. Darryl did it, Robert de that he was success. Now you can count how you're going to have that on the inside that he said, I don't want to have that conversation.


Why did you do that, though, Robert? What was the time frame?


What was so different back then that you could say I just was not interested in school? I regret that in some ways now, but I just wasn't what I was interested in acting. And I what I did was I went to a night school as a teenager where I was with adults and people from other countries who worked in the day. And my voice was very serious about it, people in the Middle East from other parts of the world. And then I would go to acting school in the day so that that was how I did it.


But I never graduated high school. It was a night school program, high school courses, and I graduated. Some will not even graduate, just got through history, even, I think Spanish, English, certain things. But I did not graduate. I just never, you know, but I was more interested in going to acting school.


So it was sort of Trey came to you and, you know, we already know you already know his father shutting it down.


But if I'm trying to get all my kids and my grandkids to go to school, OK, OK. Because I know they want to be like granddaddy and they follow granddad five grand. That's successful.


I was lucky that this movie there's a lot of pranks in this movie now. Now, let me start with you, Robert De Niro. You got kids and grandkids. What's the craziest prank one of your kids, the grandkids pulled on you?


Oh, pouring stuff on my head. My daughter gets Blim or something like that. I'm sorry. I like that. Look, lime is the craziest thing you did to your dad.


Didn't try to both of my parents. I would. I would. I just can't, you know, either I don't have the heart or I just. You don't want to ask what, but yeah, it is. It depends what it is.


I have a good foresight with these things. And, you know, that was something that I had chosen from a young age to stay away from all the phones every now and then, you know, a little software in there.


But, you know, it never points up on the Emmy. Either your daddy or your mama gave you a nice beating when you were young. You know, I remember that.


You remember that is for say, well, look, we got more with Marvin and Trey and Robert De Niro when we come back.


So Don't Move is The Breakfast Club. Good morning. Good morning, everybody.


Is D.J. Envy, Angela Ye Charlemagne, the guy we are, the Breakfast Club. We're kicking it with Robert De Niro and Shray Marvin. Pyrates me.


I want to ask you, Gennaro, do you still want to punch Donald Trump in the face?


OK, we I think we all realize now we're way past that way, past that total lunatic.


And I think people who even support him, some people, others, they still think he's OK. He's he's crazy, but it's OK. But he is genuinely nuts.


Are you surprised with the people that are still following him?


Yes. Yes. But, you know, there's always somebody you know, you can't you can't please everybody. And some people are just whatever the reasons, everybody has their reasons. And but we we we as a country, we have to move forward and we have to leave those people behind because we've done that always there's always going to be a segment of the population that is just not rooting for the whole population, not rooting for the country. And that's where we find ourselves.


We're left with a lunatic. I think that if he was ever re-elected and it ain't over till it's over, he would be pulled eventually by his cowardly enablers, the senators. They'd have to because the the people would say, look, you've got to get him out. He's going to he's going to quit committing suicide.


The Secret Service visit you after you did everything you wanted to punch him in the face.


No, no, they I talked to somebody there, but then I said not that I want to punch him. Well, I you know, partially you do, but it's just the idea of punching him in the face with ideas or with with arguments and so on. Even with Joe Biden debating with him, it's just put him down. He's a dog. He's a mutt, he's a punk, and he's stupid. He thinks he's smart. He has some sensitivity about about who gets offended.


When Biden said some smart, he said, don't say something to me about somebody in his family must have put him down saying he was dumb. He is dumb, he's stupid and it's dangerous. It's beyond dangerous. He's there's nothing worse than a stupid person who thinks they're smart, with power, with power.


I have a relationship prior to him being president. I mean, you ran around in New York. He's a New York guy.


Never, never wanted to know him, never wanted to have anything to do with him. And a lot of New Yorkers would want nothing to do with him because he was a clown. And now we're seeing it. It's so scary.


Do you think do you think he really. I do think he has a. Yeah, well, he says he only has a little bit right now, he says when he but he's never going to get the truth right now.


I was told, correct me if I'm wrong, that a lot of people in the Italian community don't like you being so vocal against Trump.


That's too bad. I'm sorry. This is not about any community. It's about the world community. It's about the country community. And I'm sorry, we have a lunatic here.


Who do you dislike more? Mickey Rourke and Donald Trump?


I don't I don't care about Mickey Rourke s. He is a danger to this country. And, you know, we all know that.


What did you think about when you seen the fly flying around Pence's head in the last debate? What were your thoughts?


I thought with you, Robert De Niro, when you see that fly in on his head, when I saw that fly, somebody sent me a thing about that, is that it means it's putting something in biblical times and other times of death distrustful going on with the leader. I forget. But what I thought is just that what Spence has in his head, the fly light. All right. Thank you. Very true. A trade deal, less freedom in creating a film that's inspired by a book.


There is freedom and restraint at the same time because, you know, you have to stick along with the story of the book so you can't stray too far in terms of there is a bit of a generational gap when we were making this film and making decisions on, you know, what to do and, you know, just how to go about this script because, you know, they didn't have a Minecraft like game in the 80s. You know, they had Monopoly, Pacman.


We had to switch up games like those. Yeah. So we had to switch some games like those that, you know, as character could then play off of against Peter. And then, you know, the dodgeball game shows a basketball game or something or something like that.


It had dodgeball back then. Trade had dodgeball back then. Yeah.


But they didn't have mean, you know.


Robin, how are you doing that? How was Robin during the trampoline dodgeball game companies in great shape.


I was OK. I mean, I had fun. I'd never seen dodgeball to that extreme carry to that to that level. But it looked it looked like fun. It was fun to watch. It was fun to shoot. We do it in little pieces. So it was it was it was OK.


I say watching that seems to produce. I literally looked over because I got there and I said, is that why De Niro staying on a trampoline?


I said, we got insurance for this. Like you really going to. And he was in it. Yeah.


Why are there so many scenes in the movie where he ends up flashing his son in law?


OK, like once wasn't enough.


So many it's to all of that one time he's hanging out of a window and most of our pajama pants probably get lost. We were dangling from a window and it was ready to take a shower.


So was just coincidence. Goodfellas is celebrating the thirty years. Did you know at the time when you were shooting it that it would be looked at as one of the greatest movie ever made?


Uh, no, I didn't have had no idea at that time what how it would be received or whatever. That that's a lot. Most movies, you just don't you have no idea. You can never predict what you think a movie, how it'll be received, no matter how you're feeling about it. It doesn't mean it's going to be received the way you'd like it to be received. Are you are you aware of the impact that that that movie has on hip hop?


I've been told now that any movie that you turn down and be like, damn, I should to turn that movie down.


No, I. I got to say, I'm pretty I've been pretty lucky with everything. I'm OK. I'm happy with what I did. All right.


I'm pretty good in the woman department. Too many dating Naomi Campbell back in the day.


Well, how long is this interview going upstairs?


I've been working with my kids now.


OK, let me get you let me get one more question for you. The truth is, you were supposed to play Jesus and The Last Temptation of Christ. Is that a true rumor?


Marty offered me the part, wanted me to do it. I said I said I'm not really into doing that. I don't want I don't want to do it. But if you need me to do it in order to make the movie, I'm there. But he he went with William the fall when I was fine. And, uh, but I that's that's how I left it with him. Got you.


Well, we appreciate you, brothers, for joining us. Marvin Tapert, also Robert De Niro. Thank you, guys. The war with grandpa. Make sure you check it out.


And today is our that's where it is today across the country where mass social distance be safe today.


Moving back up narrow here in person. Man, we need you to come by the studio. Robert.


Robert is never coming by any time you want to get a podcast, huh?


And our podcast is, oh, let's do it. I want to I'm interested to see what Trey's future goes. OK, I need him to be more successful in 10 years. See, Robin said that he put it in the universe. All right. Thank you, guys. Thank you. Thank you.


B.J. and Angela Charlamagne, the guy we are The Breakfast Club, Angeles back from Vacay. Yeah, putting some back, putting wild pictures in the group. Cat pictures of Donald Trump having a penis on his nose is a testicles was trending on social media on Twitter. That's why that's one thing that popped up when I clicked on it. OK, to do research. Yeah, I was doing my research.


And I just want to shout out to all of our brothers and sisters in Nigeria I saw and SARS was trending and a lot of people have been hitting us up to make sure that we address what is happening in Nigeria. I'm sure you guys have seen this, too, right? On social media, there's been all these protests that are happening. And that is because of a police unit that's known as a special anti robbery squad. That's what SA stands for.


And there's claims of kidnapping, harassment and extortion by that police unit. So right now they're doing this protests in Nigeria to end.


That's incredible, because I thought they were talking about the disease the whole time. I'm not gonna lie to you.


I thought I seen it, but I thought I did my research. No, but I mean, I thought she was savage in the streets protesting. I see a lot of the major celebrities in Nigeria are taken to the streets and they're saying the police there feel like they can do anything that a part of the SARS unit. And they tell people, if I shoot you, nothing will happen.


Yeah, no. Sounds like American to me. So, yes.


So they're saying that they actually stand they've been standing with us when it comes to police brutality. And we saw that there were protests there in support of the United States. And so we got to make sure that we stand with our brothers and sisters in Nigeria as well with NCAR, stop police brutality.


I'm all for that. I was going hit my my girl D.J. Cuppy up and ask her what was going on because I saw her out there, too. So, yeah, that's what it is. I'm definitely a boy that absolutely.


When you look at that hashtag, you can see a lot of people from Nigeria are talking about their own stories about police harassment and police in uniform searching their cars, harassing them. They take bribes and nothing's happening.


Wow. All right. Well, coming up next, we got rumors. What are we talking about in the room?


She cried. She had her birthday party in Vegas over the weekend. So we'll discuss her gifts, what went down her and offsets to see what happens.


She's still partying right now. I'm just looking I'm looking on Instagram right now. She is still seen as partying right now as we speak.


Wow. She has a lot to celebrate in Vegas right now. So she's still partying about it. What what time is in Vegas? Six, five, four. It's 4:00 in the morning. Vegas four four four four in Vegas right now.


So she's still plotting right now.


Yeah, yeah. She's having she's having it up. Whoa. All right. All right. Well, that has looked at a picture. I didn't. Whoa. All right. Rules on the way is The Breakfast Club. Good morning. Morning, everybody.


Is T.J. and envy Angela. Yes. I mean, the guy we are the Breakfast Club. Let's get to the rumors. Let's talk Shaquille O'Neal.


Listen. Yes, and all the guys got out of the room, a report guy got a look at the room over the Breakfast Club. All right, well, Shaq says that he voted for the first time ever he was on his podcast, the big podcast with Shaq, and he revealed this and he knew he was going to get a lot of people having negative things to say. But here's what he said.


I've never voted before America, but now I'm doing all these voting campaigns. And, you know, one thing I never like to do is be a hypocrite. In other words, America, I voted for the first time and it feels good. That's crazy.


Who will be upset about stuff like that, though? He probably didn't feel like he had a reason to vote. Now, this year, he feels like he has a reason. I'm not mad at the brother. Better late than never, right? Yeah, well, yeah. He did say it feels good for him to have voted for the first time. He said he never understood the Electoral College system before. It was confusing. And he said he has no real excuse for not voting in previous elections.


He just didn't know and now he is. So I don't know why people get mad at things like that. He's just telling his experience. He's saying he's all right.


I just didn't want to.


It is voting is a choice. Even though we have the right to it, it's still a choice. All right. Well, Shaq also has partnered up with former Disney executives and Martin Luther King Jr. son for a two hundred and fifty million dollar lunch. They're going to be actually investing in acquiring things in the tech and media space. So they're trying to go ahead and raise that money.


OK. All right, Shaq.


And he's got a lot of investments already. So and we see him endorsing a lot of different things. I'm sure he has percentages in those companies. So, yes. Lutetia, good. I want to see Shaq on the all the small podcast with Matt Barnes and Stephen Jackson, too, by the way. I think that would be a great conversation because, you know, Shaq has a lot of inner real N-word in him that we don't get to see come out too often now because of the man he's become.


But I think they could bring it out.


All right. Now, Cardi B over the weekend celebrated her birthday. She's only 28 years old. Happy birthday to Cardi B and she went to Vegas and had a crazy weekend. I guess it was a surprise party and Offset was there, by the way, he did buy her an amazing present. And I know you saw it.


And B, yeah, that was a four hundred thousand dollar Rolls Royce with a custom baby seat in the back.


Mm hmm. And apparently the two of them, we saw video them together all night dancing on each other. It looks like they were kind of getting back together. Here's some video. They actually had a New Orleans band there and they were playing wop. And you can hear at the end all the people were chanting, take him back.


Dropping the bombs, everybody, happy body to body, she enjoyed her turn up, turn up, turn up.


Yep, yeah. Her party, like, lit. It did look lit.


You know, it's crazy. How can we get mad at Donald Trump for doing rallies if we're doing birthday parties? Maybe there was a certain type of distancing that you thought of.


You all saw the same video I saw. I just saw maybe that. Oh, I see. Nobody got maybe a couple of people in the crowd here. Their lesson after the after the Lakers, when there was no mask on, it was that crazy, what the Lakers were in the bubble?


You mean like outside in the fans?


Now I'm talking about the fans after the Lakers, when it was Saddam Hussein, like, you know, we give people flak for doing the events, everybody doing their own little individual event.


I think, though, as the president is supposed to lead by example and perhaps if things were more restrictive, then people wouldn't be doing that. You know, I think there's some people who aren't taking it seriously because the president is not taking it seriously and saying it's not a big deal and to live your life and you don't have to be in the basement and go out and live, he's doing and he's doing the same thing. Everybody is living a better life.


Congratulations. Absolutely.


And we're not in any sort of lockdown and there's no type of leadership. So that's why people can't do what they went. Nobody should know that. I think it starts from that. I think it starts from this. I think it starts from the top.


There are some rules that were supposed to stand by and that you don't think I'm going to stop going to the clubs. What we said. So we're going to rallies. We'll stop. We'll stop celebrating our stuff.


No, I'll look at how when things when things first started, though, the clubs were closed and you couldn't go out.


So there was some clubs were closed. But I think everywhere at first it was it was no place. It was open. You can go out anywhere. The country was in a lockdown, but now clubs are open. Right, because they're saying go ahead and open, back up, it's safe and we see the numbers going up. All right. Big Sean was on the Fat Joe show and he talked about signing to Kanye West and what his first advance was.


Here's what he said.


I wasn't an artist who I had a pop in, like a single going or nothing like that. He just signed me straight off of jazz. He heard me rap and I had nothing go on. So, yeah, you know, my first advance was, bro, I don't even want to say to no.


What was the impact. Fifty thousand. What was it. No, my band's my first advance was fifteen thousand dollars bro.


Now let me just say that fifteen thousand is is not as bad as what people think. Big Sean was a pop and at the time he was a brand new artist that Kanye invested in to see if he would pop hip hop. They should have read, they should have read it that contract and did it all. But so, you know, it's kind of like Kanye West probably picked up a bunch of artists, gave him all small signing bonuses just to hold themselves down and see who popped hip hop.


They did the contract.


He showed up at the radio station where Kanye West was and rap for him outside the radio station.


If you give me that a little bit of money, you got to make sure my deal is amazing, you know what I'm saying? Not if you're a brand. If you're brand new because you don't know. I can invest all this money into you and you flop.


No, if you give me that little bit of money to make sure my deal with me, to make sure I'm getting a lot on the back end, I mean, that's how that's how I should be for any deal I take. If you take a little bit of money up front, are no money up front, and you should make sure that you're getting a whole lot of money back.


You need a whole lot on the back side. You got to like equity. Now, I'm thinking that I think I'm thinking that if you hit certain marks, then that's when you get more money. So have you reached this status? If you sell this amount of records, if you bring in this amount of money, then you get this percentage. I would think that's how it should work.


Right. I agree. Right. That that is your room report. I'm Manjula. You didn't do that with Khateeb. Didn't they redo her contract after she pop? They sure did, as they should have. I think they did that to.


All right. All right. What is your remember, we don't have donkey to mouth.


I need South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham to come to the front of the congregation. We would like to have a word with you. All right.


We'll get into that next. Keep it locked. It's The Breakfast Club. Good morning.


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Now it's time for Donkey of the Day.


Don't you think jumping from a Democrat to being here today, a little bit of a make you feel like a dog the other day, Clampitt? You know, I've been called a lot of my 23 years.


The Donkey of the Day is a new one.


All right, guys, you today for Monday, October 12, 2012, he goes to South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham. Now, when we talk about November 3rd. OK, we often talk about the presidential election. I get on this radio and let you know I am not excited, aren't used about voting for Joe Biden at all. Joe Biden is not a change agent in any way, shape or form.


But based on what else is at stake, I see a pathway to real change because up for election this year is one president, one vice president, Senator Kamala Harris, who I am enthused to vote for, but also 435 House seats, 11 governors seats, 10 attorney general, seven secretary of state seats. Two hundred and seventy seven state appellate court seats in 33 Senate seats.


OK, I am going through the vote down ballot that I am to vote for the top of the ticket, especially in my home state of South Carolina, dropping bombs for South Carolina, South Carolina.


Lindsey Ladybug Graham has got to go. All right. Now, listen, I'm not a party person. I've got my interests. I have never voted Republican. What I would have wanted them was promising something that aligns with my interests. So don't ever think I'm just anti Republican or anti conservative because that's not the case. But what I am is antiracist. All right.


That good ol boy bigotry has got to go. I've gotten on this radio a million times this year and told ya that old white male leadership is a rap in this country. Some people can never go with us into the future because they are too busy stuck in the past. Lindsey Graham is one of those people. OK, I don't care if it's Trump's make America great again or Biden's build back better. I don't want to go backwards, period. And if you think Lindsey Graham and those good ol boys don't want us living in the America their parents and grandparents were raised, then you're crazy, OK?


Lindsey Graham said in a forum Friday night that people of color can go anywhere in South Carolina. As long as you know what he's saying, it does it no justice.


Listen for yourself to young people out there of color, to young immigrants. This is a great state. The one thing I can say without any doubt, you can be an African-American and go to the Senate. You just have to share the values of our state. And I'm asking to every African-American out there, look at my record. I've been supporting historically black colleges and universities, and I'm glad President Trump has made it a a permanent fixture. Now, we don't have to beg every year for the money.


I care about everybody. If you're a young African-American and immigrant, you can go anywhere in this state. You just need to be conservative, not liberal.


What would you say now? I care about everybody. If you're a young African-American, an immigrant, you can go anywhere in this state. You just need to be conservative, not liberal.


Oh, Lord, my my isn't. What do you play? I play that one more time. I care about everybody. If you're a young African-American, an immigrant, you can go anywhere in this state. You just need to be conservative, not liberal.


Lindsey Graham, all white man, a good ol boy in 2020, telling black people how to think, how to vote and how they can go anywhere in this country. OK, as long as they're what the good old boys want them to be, they are fine with us in this country as long as we are part of the political party, they want us to be a part of it. Let me tell you something.


In the words of Daniels, right.


Daniels once said they know said as long as there are those who remember what was, there will always be those who cannot accept what can be. That's Lindsey Graham and those guys. OK, period. All right.


And let me tell you something else is my guy, Jimmy Harrison, says this isn't about political parties. It's not about left versus right. It's about right versus wrong. And if I have to tell you why Lindsey Graham is wrong, because you can't hear it for yourself, you are part of the problem, too, OK? There is no negotiating with racism. I don't care what they are offering. If you have to oppress somebody else in order for you to get what you really want, is it worth it now?


Right now is a toss up in South Carolina between Lindsey Graham and Jimmy Harris, and they say it could go either way. Jamie Harrison just shattered the Senate fundraising record, raising fifty seven million dollars in the third quarter of this year. So not only is he a better option than Lindsey Graham, he is the option.


And I have that option on the phone right now. Jamie.


Hey, man, what's up? Good morning, brother. Listen, I have one question for you. One question. Lindsey Graham said, as an immigrant or African-American, you can go anywhere in the state as long as you're conservative and not liberal. Please tell the country why those comments were. Jamie, also, oh, listen, man, Lindsey Graham is a relic of the old South. We're talking about starting a whole brand new step. One is bold, that's inclusive, that's diverse.


But we know that people have value. And, you know, this guy is desperate at this point, Charlamagne, and he understands that he's about to lose his job. And so he's seen all kinds of things that he thinks will round up the base of his party, but it's not going to work.


Well, Jamie, you just raised 57 million dollars. Congratulations to you. So what does that mean for your campaign, sir?


That means we are going to spend every penny of it reaching out to voters here in South Carolina and every community across the state that, you know, particularly the black folks in South Carolina. They will see my big rally here on billboards, newspapers, on the radio. You will be able to see me for the next few weeks until we get to November 3rd. But we got to get people out to vote. You know, it doesn't matter how much money I raise if folks don't go to vote and we can't send them home.


Yeah, they're saying it's a toss up between you and Lindsay. I don't even see how it could be a toss up after those racist comments he made this weekend. You would consider those comments racist, right?


Oh, yeah. I mean, there's no racist vote that in in today's America, right. There's just no place. And so but it's not it's not I'm not surprised by Lindsey Graham. You know, this is a guy who decided that he wanted to go camping with the woman who said that she wanted to be on the front row, the lynching. Cindy Highsmith's running against Mike S.V. in Mississippi. So if he does something like that in a state where he represents 30 percent African-Americans in his state, you know, it's not surprising.


Well, you already know I'm voting for you, Jamie, and not not all Ladybug. So, so so give me give me a Web sites that they can donate to.


Jenny Harrison, dot com, g m e and dot com. Love to help have their support. But most importantly, let's get your vote and listen.


I'm I'm going to come down at the end of the month, man. We've got to we've got to walk through some some rural areas in South Carolina. Go go knock on some doors, on some dirt roads and energize unfoldment.


Looking forward, I Jamie Pace. Thank you, brother. Take care. Well, there you have it, guys. If you really don't like what Lindsey Graham said, if you are tired of that old white male toxic style of leadership in politics, then you got an option. His name is Jamie Harrison. And America, remember, you should be able to go anywhere as long as you are tolerant of all in that racist.


Please let Chelsea Handler give soon to be former South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, the big seahorse.


Ha ha ha ha. That is way too much, Dan. Mayonnaise.


All right. That's an understatement. Well, thank you for that. Don't get a day now. When we come back, we have Dr. Joy Hardin Bradford join us, founder of Therapy for Black.


And that podcast therapy for black girls is so incredible. You know, Saturday is World Mental Health Day. So Dr. Joy is a great person to have one on this Monday morning. Therapy for black girls is great. I know a lot of sisters who have found therapies because of therapy for black girls. All right.


We'll get into that. Next is The Breakfast Club. Good morning. The Breakfast Club. Warning everybody is deejay in the Angeles, Charlamagne, the guy we are the Breakfast Club, and we have a special guest joining us this morning. We have Dr. Sanjay Hard and Bradford, good morning.


Good morning. Good morning, Dr. Joy. First of all, I got to say I love your podcast therapy for black girls. Thank you. So salute you on that. And why did you decide to target black women in particular for your mental health platform?


Yes, I have a background in college student mental health. And so every campus that I've been on, I always bring in a support group for the black women on campus because I noticed that they were not coming to the counseling center at the same rate as their peers. And so it's really important to be able to go to them where they were and to provide support and let them know that the counseling center exists in the kinds of things that you can talk about with a therapist.


So break down the podcast a little bit because, I mean, you guys do numerous episodes. So how do you break it down as far as what you discuss, what you talk about, what people are dealing with, how do you break it down?


That's a great question. So I really I really feel like I'm very tapped into the community surrounding our programs. Like, really everything comes from the community. And so we are in continuous conversation with them about what kinds of things they want to talk about. I am also a huge pop culture fan and so I am paying attention and also watching and listening to the things that the community is watching and listening to. And so at any opportunity, I have to bring some of that into the podcast.


I take that opportunity, but we will have some podcast episodes that we call on the couch episode, which is where we will take a fictional character like Olivia Pope or Mary being all of them being married. And either I will do that episode alone or with a fellow therapist, and we will talk about what kinds of things I need people to talk about if they came to therapy. And so I really feel like that has helped to bring therapy to life for a lot of people, especially being that therapy before.


Because when you get a little glimpse of what might happen if you actually talk to a therapist that you know, that you've had that platform therapy for black girls for a while now, how have things changed because of coronavirus? Have there been more people that have been reaching out and logging on? Have you seen different types of issues that people want to bring up with you?


Yeah, so I think that the need was there even before the pandemic. Great. But definitely we've seen an increase in numbers of people to our community, as well as an increasing number of people using our therapies directory to reach out for support. And so some of the conversations that it feels like have arisen are really related to anxiety. So people are really into that. First it was around. How do I keep myself separate? My family's they've been concerns around employment.


What's going to happen? Am I going to still have a job? And then, of course, as we saw the increase in racial tensions, then there was a lot of stress related to, you know, the fact that we're just trying to get through a pandemic and we still have to deal with racism. There definitely has been an increase in usage of the platform.


How do you how do you think the injustices of Briony's Taylor's murder case are even seen in the Dejoy Floyd situation?


How how do you think that affected, you know, black people mentally?


Yeah. So, you know, there's lots and lots of research that talks about the impact that racism has on our mental health. And so I think we are just continuing to experience that. And it often feels like we can't get a breath from the last injustice before the next one happens. Right. And so I think particularly for black women, we have really been struggling with Brianna Taylor's death, because even though we know that the system is unlikely to find justice for us, there's something particularly heinous about being killed in your own home, unaware while you're sleeping that anything is even happening.


And, you know, the fact that the officers have not even been brought to trial. So I think for black women, it makes us continue to feel invisible, as if nobody is protecting us, as if nobody's really paying attention to anything that concerns.


Do you think everybody needs to see a therapist or speak with somebody? Because I know a lot of people are against it. No, I don't need to speak to somebody. But then when they finally do talk to somebody, they feel like, well, wow, I really needed that.


Do you think that's something that everybody should absolutely, positively to talk to somebody?


I think that everybody who wants it absolutely should have access to it. But I do think we have to pay attention to some of the barriers that do still exist in talking with a therapist. And so everybody can't afford it. I mean, like you said, everybody is not really interested. But I do think it's important to focus on the fact that there are lots of different ways that you can work with a therapist and get support, that you're right.


You need a lot of people will be against it initially and then realize, wow, I really appreciate having this nonjudgmental person. I appreciate having this 45 to 50 minutes of face is dedicated to me every week. So a lot of people do change their minds after they've initiated the process.


You have to tell the truth. Go back to. So what you were saying about Brianna Taylor, because we had a whole topic on the Breakfast Club where we let black women call in and just express how they were feeling when the officers were not charged in connection to her killing. And I was thinking about my social media and how a lot of they were black men that were very upset about that. Right. We were talking about how black women are so unprotected and they were saying, oh, this is divisive and you're trying to separate black men and black women.


And I'm like, no, we're not trying to separate black women from black men. We're just trying to say we need some extra support at times like this, because I feel like we are on the front lines of so many different things that are happening that affects all the communities. And sometimes people do need to show up for black women also and is not trying to divide the different men and women is just saying, hey, brothers, come help your sisters out.


Yeah, I think that people really have to take a step back when they get into that kind of rhetoric and thinking. Just because I ask for support for myself, I'm excluding support for you. You know, I think you really have to check in with yourself to reflect on and examine what makes you here, that I am excluded from this because I am asking for support. You know, I think that really triggered a lot of people and makes them feel I mean, we know as black people as a whole, we have lots and lots of different barriers and stressors and lots of things that impact our community.


But we can't deny that there are particular things that impact black women that don't get the same level of attention as it would if something were to happen to a black man.


You know, Dr. Joe, when you was talking about going to therapy, you know, I always tell people if you're going to sit down with a therapist, you have to tell the truth.


You can't go to a therapist and bought a boat. But you know what? That's willing to tell the truth about yourself. It's pointless to go.


But that's the hard when the first time you go, because here you're meeting somebody that you don't really know and everybody's always like, should I give them everything? Or maybe I'll give them a little bit now. And the next time I come back, I tell the whole truth because you really don't know who you know. We like you talking to a stranger and you giving up everything. So you got to be able to conquer that first.


And sometimes you're not honest with yourself, too, by the way. Right.


Right. You are. Makes an incredibly good point. You know, and I think in the it is really important to treat therapy like any other relationship in your life, you know. So if you would not talk to another stranger and give them completely everything on the first meeting, it's OK to pace yourself with a therapist as well.


So you don't want to do that with a doctor. All right. With a doctor, you tell her doctor everything you know, they tell people, do not tell the doctor everything. You better. You better.


That's what I was just having a conversation yesterday about somebody who lies to their doctor.


That's ridiculous. At this point, it is.


It is. But I think when you're going through a primary care doctor, a doctor for a physical health concern, you're thinking, OK, I only have this one time because I need to tell them everything was with a therapist. I think most people assume that you're going to have more than one meeting. It was OK. You know, definitely tell as much as you feel comfortable with on that first meeting. And as you continue meeting with the therapist, if you feel like it's a good fit in, there is trust building in the relationship is likely that you will feel more comfortable this year, things that you hadn't shared previously.


We got more with Dr. Joy Harbrow for when we come back. Don't Move is The Breakfast Club. Good morning. Morning. Everybody is the envy. Angela Charlamagne, the guy we are the Breakfast Club, is still kicking in with Dr. Joy Hart and Bradford Academy. What are the most common misconceptions about therapy?


Oh, that's a great one. So I think one of the largest misconceptions about therapy is that you only go in a crisis, right? So the house kind of has to be on fire before you even reach out for help, when the truth is that if you talk with a therapist before we are at a code red, you can likely prevent a crisis because you could get some additional support. You may be able to get some additional perspective that you didn't have and you may be able to learn some strategies that could prevent the situation from actually escalating, huh?


Yeah. Another huge misconception is that therapy is the same as talking to a friend. Yes. A lot of people will say, well, why do I need to go pay somebody to talk to a therapist? I could just talk to my best friend. And the truth is that those things are not mutually exclusive. However, your best friend, even if they are a therapist, is not going to be your therapist. And so there are some similarities in terms of trust building, in terms of the safety that's created in the therapeutic relationship.


But one of the huge differences with your therapist is that this is not going to be sharing a whole bunch about themselves, or at least they shouldn't. Right. So there may be something see, just in terms of, you know, making the situation comfortable for you, but we're not going to spend a whole bunch of time with me telling you what happened on the weekend. The time is really dedicated to you and the concerns that you're bringing into therapy.


How can somebody find a therapist like for somebody out there that's not sure, you know what?


How do you look for one? Because, you know, Charlemagne's ultimate disturb his therapist before, you know, do you look like somebody you look at somebody say, hey, I want a black therapist because they might know more about me or understand me better? Or do you say, you know what, I don't want a black therapist. I want some. That doesn't know me, like, how do you go when you pick a therapist? So there really is no right or wrong answer is going to be the therapist that is going to be the best fit for you.


So people look for all kinds of different things, and I think that that's OK. So, again, we have to acknowledge that this is a stranger and you're going to be likely talking about some deeply personal information about. And so you do want to pick the person that you will feel most comfortable talking to you. So we have a therapist directory, like I mentioned on our website at therapy for Black Girl dot com. And it is primarily for other black women therapists because I notice a lot of black women saying they wanted to talk with other black women therapists.


So you can definitely use our website. You can use other directories, melanin, mental health therapy for black men. There are lots of directories that are dedicated specifically to people of color who primarily are interested in talking with somebody else who looks like them. But I think even beyond that, you do want to make sure that your therapist has a specialization in the thing that you're calling for. Right. So if you are struggling with an eating disorder, let's say you want to make sure that you find a therapist who's actually been trained in disorders.


Otherwise, you may enjoy talking with them, but you may not get the same benefit as you would in talking with someone who actually had that specialty training.


I'm ready for a black therapist because, you know, I need somebody that's a little more culturally competent, you know, because when I first was seeking it there, because I actually wanted somebody who was like not in my world at all, I was actually looking for an Asian woman. If you think trying to find a black woman is hard. Lord have mercy, try to find an Asian woman. So it's like I wanted to talk to somebody who didn't necessarily have any of my biases or say, you know, somebody who could just give me a ping from from from a whole other world.


But I'm ready to talk to somebody more culturally competent.


But I also want to make sure that we talk about the fact that just because you go to a therapist the first time, it is not a great experience that you don't really feel like it works. It doesn't mean that therapy doesn't work at all. Yes, because that wasn't the best person for you. And I think that's often what happens is that people will have one bad experience with therapy. And of course, you never want people to have that experience, but it happens.


We're human. And so it could have just been a mismatch. You know, it could have been that it was not the best fit for you. So swipe left the patients to try again. And I think it's important to try to find another therapist who may be a better fit for you. Got you.


Now that you have a lot of resources that are available to people who are listening. So just so we can make sure people know where they can go, so they can contact you and also see what resources are available, what is the website?


So the website is therapy for black girls that you've already heard us talk about the fact that we have a therapist directory listing there so you can get the that the some therapists. We have a weekly podcast that comes out every Wednesday morning. And we also have a smaller community in therapy for black girls called the Yellow Couch Collective, which is really just, again, the more intimate community for members of our larger community to interact with one another, to support one another.


So, like you mentioned, lots of incredible resources are dedicated to black women and girls.


Dr. Joy, thank you. I like I said, I love I love the Therapy for Black Girls podcast. You also check that out every Wednesday. It's a good starting point. I know somebody my mom, my homegirl, Sam, she actually found a therapist from therapy for black girls. So y'all are doing great work there.


Thank you. Thank you so much. Thank you so much. That's really hard. And Bradford, appreciate you for joining us. And it's The Breakfast Club.


Good morning. The Breakfast Club. This is the report with Angelique's is close enough. Yes, so happy birthday to Girona.


He celebrated his birthday with all of his loved ones and of course, with Tiina, his girlfriend. So he actually bought him a Jeep track hawk that cost one hundred thousand dollars.


One hundred and two thousand up. Pretty car. Sorry. All right. Now, she posted, if I had a flower for every time I thought of you, I could walk through my garden forever. And he posted for Utahan. I told you something last night outside when it was just me and you. I hope you listen. I'm always going to do my part as a man, as your man. You never need for anything physically, mentally, emotionally or financially, ever.


Well, you are ready to do your part. So I'm just trying to continue to fulfill mine. I want to stress everybody out, including yourself, about this party offer to go perfect like I said it would. So like I always tell you, like I always tell you and I'll tell you again, don't panic. We in this for a whole lifetime.


That's dope. I love you. That young black love. I love it.


He also said, P.S., I would call you your nickname, but that ain't nobody business.


Well, you know, I seen people getting out because of the car, but I'm saying like she bought him a hundred thousand dollar car. That is dope. That is amazing. You know how I felt when my wife bought me a Concorde needles when I was young, when I was a teenager. I mean, the older nineteen, but my wife bought me Concorde.


Needles and needles were like, that's what I was does not like to shoot up. It's fun because right here. Yeah, yeah, yeah.


Why would he be mad at me. Why would he be mad at her for buying her that car.


I mean because I guess I don't know, I just saw people like hating but I didn't really pay that much attention to it. I thought it was sweet. And he was so excited when they posted the video footage of him seeing the car and jumping up and down.


That's the reaction you will see.


I love it. She acted her way if she got it, to be able to spend environment, that kind of car. That's our business with the problem right now.


Cardi B has partnered with Reebok for a limited edition sneaker. So they're releasing that in honor of her birthday. So you can check that out. She posted, I'm kicking off my birthday weekend by announcing I'm officially dropping my first ever Reebok Cardie footwear collection on November 13th as my birthday gift to my loyal fans. I'm shopping limited pairs tonight at midnight on


Traveling include bars body. All right, interrelations.


He posted a message to his son just days after he was officially charged for allegedly shooting making the stallion. He said, I'll never let anything or anybody stop me from being a real role model and great father in your life. You would be heartbroken if I ever went anywhere. I'll always be with you. You're my everything and I love you and got you forever. And so he's convinced that time will tell you the truth, will come to the light.


And that's how he leans. His father also posted a message. My son Trillanes, I say to you this day, stand still and see the salvation of the Lord, which he will show to you today. For the Egyptians whom you have seen today, you shall see them again no more. You will not have to fight this battle, take up your positions, stand firm and see the deliverance. The Lord will give you Daystar. So his arraignment is actually scheduled for tomorrow for everybody who's paying attention and again, shout out and love to make an Italian.


I saw she did attend Cardi B's birthday in Vegas over the weekend. So glad to see her out there living her life. All right. OK, Gen.. He recently did an Instagram live chat and he was asked about who he's dating and if his lady can be with other rappers before him. And here's what he said.


If you really love her, you're going to ask those questions. So we should limit how many. There were five rappers of ballplayer's. You got to be like four to five before I think she I'm not. So I start thinking, like, oh, she just sort of she just like if it's for rappers though, for a rapper, that's what I'm saying, is rap.


If she were more than three I would say three verified rappers or two to rap because, you know, like crap like this like me, that's the whole conversation.


You're having that conversation for years. You always say that if a faithful woman sleeps with a more than two people in any industry, then she starts getting a reputation.


I mean, it is true, though, that I look at these guys.


He's been doing, you know, guys do whatever they want. You can't expect to be with somebody that doesn't. And you don't have to follow those same rules. It's not my fault these double standards exist. But the conversation that they're having is a conversation that has been going on for years. I, I even tell homegirls that I know that I'm like I and I be careful because if you get caught sleeping with two ball players or two athletes, two rappers, they're going to label you.


Oh, that's what that's just the way the game goes. I don't mean it's true, but that's true with the perception of it.


All right. What? He's Hosie winning. Remember that. All right. Keiller make his black and Latin American own online bank already has tens of thousands of people on the waiting list. And the new bank that was founded by Bounce TV founder Ryan Glover Klimek and former Atlanta mayor and U.S. ambassador to the U.N., Andrew Young. They're supporting black and Latin American communities, black owned businesses and black entrepreneurs. So it's a digital bank and as you can see, doing really well already on Friday and we talked about it and we're very excited for him and we'll continue to support our brother.


And that's why I said I don't care if certain people you can't tell me anything bad about. I don't care who I see Killer Mike talking to. I know who Killer Mike is. So I don't care if he's talking to Brian Kemp or anybody I know. He's there speaking on behalf of us. And man, what he's doing with Greenwood Bank is incredible. Tens of thousand people already signed up for new accounts. May I please?


I mean, as a leader amongst men to kill them like other people that watch power, who I was yesterday, I was looking on demand because I always watch it before it comes on at night, because sometimes I don't know if I'm to be awake. And so I was looking on demand all day. There was no episode six and then I stayed up to see if it was going to come on and it didn't. And apparently we have to wait till December.


So for everybody that watches power back to I didn't know that we all got to wait. They didn't tell us that last week. I know.


It was like the I don't know, what do you call it? Like a mid season, whatever. Maybe it was because it coronaviruses they couldn't finish film. I don't know what happened.


I just know we got to wait. Yeah, right. Well, that is your room report on Angeliki.


All right. Thank you, miss. You shout to revolt. We'll see you guys tomorrow. Everybody else The People's Choice mixes. Up next is The Breakfast Club.


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Everybody is the envy. Angela Ye Charlemagne, the guy we are The Breakfast Club. Good morning. Now we got to show more dinero for joining us this morning.


I can't believe I missed Robert De Niro, man. You ain't really missed nothing. I'll be honest with you, because it would have been better in person. I didn't like doing that one for the first time also.


I mean, I love it as much. I don't like I don't like any of you. I don't like interviewing people like Robert De Niro for the for the for the first time on a on a zoom call. You know, I didn't like that. Yeah.


I mean, I'm still sad.


I'm as Robert De Niro legend and also Marvin Peart and Trey Pert shout to them as well. I was very, very intrigued to meet Trey. Trey is the guy who wrote the movies. Fifteen years old, young man. So salute to Trey. Eighteen years old. You got Robert De Niro in a movie that's doing something great with you losing.


All right.


Oh, and to Robert De Niro. I'm sorry that so let me ask you that question. He was like, is this how long is this interview going to be? I got things to do now.


I thought that was a perfectly good question.


By the way, have you Mr. Charlamagne asked Robert De Niro about him dating Naomi Campbell. Great opening grand closet, but in a nice way. In a nice way. And also shot the Dr. Joy Hart and Brad Pitt for joining us as well.


That's right. But for Black Girls podcast, man, I love that podcast. And I actually know a lot of women who actually found therapists because of the Therapy for Black Girls podcast or Dr. Joy is out there doing God's work for real. For real.


And can I shout that to my girl and not in from power, but to I have on my free Tasha t shirt today, if you have a vote, you can see it. My free Tasha shirt. You know, we've got to get her out, man.


All right. We're not going to know till December.


But when we come back, we got the positive note is the Breakfast Club. Good morning. Good morning, everybody. Is C.J. Envy, Angela Ye shall I mean the guy we are the Breakfast Club.


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