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This is Jennie Garth and Tori Spelling, and we're doing a podcast, and it's called Nine to one o m g. You believe it's been 30 years? 30 years since what?


Since we started now to a.. Oh, man. Since I graced you with my friendship. That means you're old. She's a year older, by the way. Listen to nine to one OMG on the I Heart radio app, on Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcast.


This is savage, and I have some exciting news to share. We are back for season two of my podcast. Let's be real with Sammy J. This season, we'll have more revealing and unfiltered conversations with celebrities, influencers, activists and athletes. Guests include the amazing singer and actor Anthony Ramos, Tic-Tac sensation Dixy Romelio, NBA star Aaron Gordon and many more listen to Let's Be Real with Sammy Jo on the I Heart radio app, Apple podcast or wherever you get your podcast and you take it.


Angela and Charlamagne, the White Club is all right.


OK, OK, OK. I love coming here. I'm never not going to come here, you guys are good to me. And the tournament was really good deal. A lot of people in hip hop generation, the Breakfast Club is where people get the information on the topics, on the artists and everything like that in that aspect. Radio still the Breakfast Club. My name come up respect.


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


Good morning Angela. Yea. All right. Oh yea. I mean it is a holiday in Brooklyn today.


So what was Papa Charlamagne piece to the plan.


It is Friday. Say good morning. Good morning. And yesterday, today is a holiday in Brooklyn, not just in Brooklyn. It is a national, not even national. It's a global, not even just go Vasso holiday. If it's not, it should be. Got this right.


Because the aliens being up this day be celebrating to its hovis birthday. Jesus birthday. Jay-Z is 51 today. That's right. Sean Carter. All right. A man who inspired a whole generation, for better or for worse. But the best part about hope is that we've continued to watch him grow and evolve every step of the way. And a lot of us feel like we have grown and evolved with him around being a drug dealer from the Marcy projects to being a married man, father, businessman, billionaire entropies proponent of therapy and love them.


Entrepreneur. There's a whole there's a whole bar for every situation in life. That's right. And they raised us to rap music. That is right. I love it.


I love it. And, you know, I love it because today I could play as much Jay-Z as I want. Nobody can say anything. You can't see him on his deal. You can't see program directors. Kids say, why are you playing so much? Oh, it's his birthday.


Got to celebrate when you do that every day anyway. So, you know, you're still on the way. But this is fun. So what was fine, by the way? It's not. And we got to stop doing that. We've got to stop saying you want somebody just because you celebrating the person I'm celebrating. That's right. We give and we always give a guy, like, hold his flowers while he's still here to smell them. You should give everybody their flowers while they still hate to smell them.


But a man is a walking memorial, so gym icon.


So why do you say Coquito Poppy is on drugs the all the time? That's a good question, because Drake's only been in the game ten years. There's no need to be deriding them that hard yet. Coquito Poppy. I'm just giving flowers a little light.


I want you to write a little light a little early, right? And time you give it you're giving them more than flowers, by the way. So you mean giving them a show. All right. Now, Angela Yee says she's talking and she says she hears everyone, but a mic is not working. This is what happened in Brooklyn.


This is what happens when her mike works. You can just come on and say, allow me to introduce myself. My name. He wanted to eat. All right. All right.


Well, yeah, we got front page news popping off. So let me get yesterday. Yeah. Jazmine Sullivan will be joining us this morning. Great. Now, you talk now. Are we talking about young goats? Right. You are talking about somebody that's on their way. Jazmine Sullivan absolutely has inspired and influenced a lot of these young RB ladies. I don't know women that swear by Jazmine Sullivan the way some people swear by Mary J. Blige and Jill Scott.


And they should because she's that phenomenal. Yes. She's got a new album coming out called Hotels on January eight. So this morning, we're we going to talk. Oh, oh, you said hotel.


I don't like hotel. Motel, Holiday Inn. Oh, oh.


As in whore hotels.


Werfel's I like she can talk about it's called she spells it a few ex hotels.


OK, all right. Well starting to get the front page news. She is trying to get herself together. So let me guess. You've got me talking over to Donald Trump. That's the gist. Just go to this morning and we'll go.


We also should say that we were supposed to have a little baby on the show today. We actually did have a little baby on the show. But that damn zoom, the audio was horrible. It was bad. It was nasty. It was this guy.


He was coming in and now he was cutting in cut. Now it was it was bad. Great conversation we had, but oh, maybe we'll put it up on online with subtitles. I don't even think we should put it online. It's that bad.


But with subtitles in my work, it was it was pretty bad at the point.


At one point I didn't I don't know if I if it was my turn to talk your turn to talk his turn to talk when I was coming.


I mean, clearly we could understand him in some way, shape or form. Could we talk to him for about 30 minutes?


That's true. That is true. All right. Well, front page news when we come back. We'll try to get you on is The Breakfast Club.


Good morning. Morning, everybody is the envy, Angela. Yes, I mean, the guy we are at a breakfast club, Angela is having some technical difficulties. Let's get in some front page news.


Anthony Davis, he signs an extension deal with with the Lakers.


He agreed to a five year, one hundred and ninety million dollar contract. That's what, like thirty eight million dollar average a year, which is crazy.


Not not average, because like his last year, he'll make forty two dollars million in the second year he makes forty something. You know, I saw that yesterday and I thought to myself, I was like, that feels kind of low for Anthony Davis. But I mean does it. I guess. Well, I mean, he should be to me, he's been making fifty dollars million. You should be like one of the first three hundred million dollar players in the league for a five year deal.


But I guess, you know, in that the Lakers have that roster that they need, they signed off season. He probably took a slight little trim one to pay.


Yeah. I mean, he had to get other players. Now, also, the NBA will reportedly not test players for marijuana next season, which is a good thing because we've been hearing that a lot of players use marijuana and usually to recover after their bodies beat up playing the game. They usually smoke marijuana to get themselves right.


Marijuana is great. It's good for people's anxiety, you know what I mean? And some people just like it, as you say, more than like painkillers and stuff for your body. So I don't see a problem.


Now, when you get life insurance and health insurance, they shouldn't test either, but they still test when you get life insurance, if you use marijuana and all that, all of that will change.


So the more the more states start to legalize marijuana, all that will change.


Even if they just decriminalize it, that should change.


I think so, too.


But now Biden, he maybe not because they still test for cigarettes and they want to know if you smoke cigarettes, but they don't test you for it.


Yeah, I know Biden. He was asked if he would make Americans wear mask and if you would shut the country down. And this is what he said.


You don't have to close down the economy like a lot of folks are talking about. Now, if, in fact, you have clear guidance and you're able to say to businesses, OK, for example, bars and restaurants are going to close, we're going to provide you the wherewithal to not lose your business and we're going to be able to reopen and not to close down for long periods of time. We talked about Maskey or the federal government has authority.


I'm going to issue a standing order that in federal buildings you have to be Mastan in transportation, interstate transportation, you must be Maston airplanes and buses, et cetera. In the first day I'm inaugurated, I'm going to ask the public for one hundred days to mask.


I was watching that last night, I told you all that was going to happen, by the way, the whole narrative was I told you the whole narrative was going to change on Korona when Biden gets in office. Know, he said verbatim, you don't have to shut down the economy. Just wear a mask everywhere you go. I told you I was going to happen now.


Also, he talks about the vaccine and if he'll take it, do you plan to get vaccinated before Inauguration Day? And will you do it in public the way that Presidents Obama, Bush and Clinton have suggested they're willing?


I'd be happy to do that. When Dr. Fauci says we have a vaccine that is safe, that's the moment in which I will stand before the public and see that look. Part of what has to happen, Jake, and you know as well as I do, people have lost faith in the ability of the vaccine to work and the matters where the president and vice president do. And so I think that my three predecessors have set the model as to what should be done.


Yeah, well, go first. We'll be right here waiting on you. Well, I'll be right here waiting on you. You know, another thing they talk about in an interview last night is the same thing that Governor Cuomo has been talking about, how, you know, they've got to get the vaccine to the black community. You got to make sure the black community gets it. I don't like that simply because they're never in a rush to remedy anything else in the black community.


They not quick to rush any other resources in the community, make the schools better job training programs, mental health care services, so many things they could rush into the black community to help remedy some of the things that are happening in the black community. And they don't quick to push this vaccine on us. I don't like that. All right.


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


Good morning. The Breakfast Club. Wake up, wake up, wake your ass. This is your time to get it off your chest. The man or. We want to hear from you on the Breakfast Club. Hello. Who's this?


Yo, what's up? How you feeling? Mellow was pop and mellow, you know. You know, it's the guy's birthday today.


Of course you know me. I want to give a happy holiday to the world, to the universe, because he's really the greatest rapper that because honestly, we got to give his name. Sounds like he's still here. But, you know, I mean, I called him. I just want to confirm something. I mean, you know, it's Freaky Friday. And I was there and I heard that you got to only fans. But welcome to the team.


No, I do not have an only fans like that stop people being so annoyed about that. I do not have enough fans.


Ain't nobody more excited than you. You made that break in front page news. No, I did not actually made.


It brings you from broken news. No, no, no, no. Not you was like we got front page news. You want to bro. You want to you want to break envy's. He was very, very excited. He was very excited.


He was very excited.


Man, I did not have an only fan page showing my butt. I don't have one showing my legs, my feet. I'm not going to be talking. I'm not going to be in a bikini. My shirts not going to be you know that it's an idea.


We came up here in a bikini. Why would you ever be in a bikini? Why would that ever come out of your mouth? People have been asked to go, you know, were kids who were told what, what, what?


Why would you ever wear a bikini? Why would I why would I be naked on only, you know, what the bikini is.


Yes, it's only thing. Why wouldn't you know?


I'm not the man.


We made fun of it and we said we were going to flip it, you know, only based on follow me, Crystal, something that, you know, I don't want to buy.


I'm not going to have any fans. Maybe it was a joke to do real estate on there to get people to learn more about real estate. I'm not going to be naked on only fans.


Guys, I get out of my dreams is listen, man, you can't have a first of all, your real estate company call flipping New Jersey. All right. Let me flip in. Men over on their stomachs. What's said to me actually call from start to flip.


That's what it's called from starting to woo hoo hoo hoo hoo hoo hoo hoo. I like starting from the bottom.


Oh, my goodness. Get it off your chest. Why are you laughing? Oh, man.


805 is item one. My has page started as a bottom. Shut up. Call us up. Now is the Breakfast Club. Good morning.


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They went to no Ice Cube, understand? Ice Cube ain't even get that much juice here. You got that much power. This ain't Boyz n the Hood. He ain't no boy. You never know what you're going to hear. Don't look like Beyonce.


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This is your time to get it off your chest, whether you're mad or blessed. But at the same time, we want to hear from you on the Breakfast Club. Hello, this is our What's up, bro? Get it off your chest. You know what? I have to get off my chest, man. I feel like a lot of people like waiting for the government to do things. I realize what we can do. I feel like I have done a couple years ago about a pandemic during a pandemic.


It won't really be an issue with me. You know, I thought to drive a transport company, bought a truck off of Facebook on my own and operate a forty thousand people out here. You know, they say, look, I don't want to break a generational curse. Well, families are growing up in an apartment that I own and homes because the city is so broken.


But I agree with him, you know what I mean? I mean, we definitely should push our government and push our national and local government to do things for us. But we definitely got to do for ourselves. Two, to the Honorable Elijah Muhammad. What he said and what he said is also right. I know a lot of people want to be rappers. They want to be deejays. They want to be producers.


They want to be athletes. They want to go only fans. It is a lot of other businesses that people can do in driving trucks is a major business. They make a lot of money. So really, really look into it because you think about it.


One thing that didn't stop on that road was those trucks, whether they were delivering food, whether they were delivering toilet paper and paper towels, those roads stay full with those trucks. So people still had those guys with them trucks. Yeah.


And that's why I always tell brothers, man, you go out there and learn a trade, you know what I mean? Because there's certain things that just never, ever, ever going to stop. You always need an electrician. You always need a plumber, you know what I mean? And those people, brothers make good money. Cities make good money.


Absolutely. Hello, who's this? Hey, Joe. Hey, what's up, bro? Get it off your chest. What's up?


First of all, I'd like to say hi to my beautiful wife. We are at home right now, but today you don't need to be right home, OK? Today, you know, you've been you've been saving up there. You know, it's waiting for the you know, it you know, he was out there yesterday for like ten hours and getting that mix ready. You're right.


I'm getting is getting this mix ready since June.


Right. Cool. Yeah, you got that right. Follow me. Hey. Yes, sir. Of course, I got a whole bunch of them at the station right now. I'm trying to give them all the way before twenty, twenty one. I got a bunch of copies of my my book sc1. So leave your information one day and our producer will mail it out to you.


OK, thank you. Thank you. I really appreciate it. Thank you. Bye Facebook.


All right. Bye bye. Yes, sir. All right. Get it off your chest. Eight hundred five eight five one two five one. If you need to vent, you can hit us up now when we come back. We'll tell you who got a brand new Bentley, over one hundred thousand dollars to Richard Mills. And accordion glasses, dinosaur bones like America's next top fraud person.


We'll talk about it when we come back is the Breakfast Club.


Good morning. The Breakfast Club. Vijay N.V., Angela Ye Shall I mean the guy we are the Breakfast Club, good morning. Now you're finally back.


Yeah, I was here the whole time. It was not my fault. There was some engineering problems.


Goodness gracious. All right. Well, let me let's go. Listen up.


This and all the guys got the rule report, got a look at the room over report the Breakfast Club.


Now, Amy, I heard you talking about somebody's birthday and I had a birthday party and got a bunch of gifts. Yeah, I will say a little baby.


Last night he had a birthday party. You know, he was at a club. We actually interviewed him yesterday, but the audio was so disgusting, we can't use it.


But yesterday for his birthday, he got a bunch of extravagant gifts. He got a lot of rich friends. Now, P. the the label owners, which he signed, bought them a Bentley GTC convertible, which is about, I would say, about close to three hundred thousand dollars.


He also got make sure that's not a recoupable right. He also got to Richard M. Watches.


He got a audemars. He got what else did he get?


He got a cordial lenses with diamonds all the way around him from twenty one savage and he got tons of money. He must have got close to five hundred thousand six hundred thousand dollars worth of cash on his birthday.


Is going to give a lot of that away to different charities. We should still put a little baby conversation that we had yesterday up on YouTube because I mean people watch little baby interviews and they trying to figure out what are you trying to say anyway? You might as well put it out even with the bad audio. All right.


Now, Casanovva, in the meantime, turned himself in yesterday, but released a video before he turned himself in on federal charges. Here's what he said.


I do already know I'm fighting serious charges right now, but I'm innocent. That's one two of the five my whole life. So I'll get to this. Just understand how they can get you jammed up. You don't know nobody. You ain't got nothing to do. And they still get you just the right place, we are told. Be careful out there watching associated with what people bring you around.


And I see our soul government now has wife hosted. Last night was the longest, worst emotional ride in my life, riding with my husband to surrender herself, knowing what he's up against. I just wanted to hold him in my arms and scratched his back like he loves me to do forever at that moment. But he's the strongest man I know. And one thing about cats is you don't run from his problems. He faces them like a man. All right.


There was also this video circulating and this is his wife's best friend. And they're saying that she's the one that was snitching. I know everybody.


I mean, people that you dealt with when it came to credit card stuff, when it came to these machines scamming, trappin, printing, I think they were finding that was acceptable.


You know, how many credit cards? And Cassanova said his actual name. I think so. When we get one, we think he's going to get out and talk about me. I fear I could have information. Everybody.


Now, I sound like the FBI agent bought Casanova's name up before she did. Yeah, I mean, we don't know that whole conversation, the very leading. Yeah, I didn't hear the whole conversation, but it sounded very leading.


I just had no idea why I said not everything you see in the media is true. And that video that's being posted is old and don't have anything to do with this case. Why my husband is locked up. OK, gotcha.


I want everybody to go listen to the new episode of the Gangsta Chronicles podcast when they break down how the feds used RICO to grab a pawn that they know has a lot to lose because they're more likely to cooperate. It's a great conversation available everywhere you listen to podcast.


Now, Jarboe has surrendered also in the fraud case that he's facing, along with his music promoter and other members of his crew, that fraud is allegedly conspiring to defraud numerous businesses with stolen credit cards over the course of a four year period. In some of these documents that TMZ, TMZ obtained, they said that these herbal specifically conspired to get a private villa in Jamaica back in July of 2017 by contacting music promoter Antonio Strong to arrange it and provide a stolen credit card to pay for incidentals.


Saying that he also was in cahoots with him to use an alias and a stolen credit card to purchase two designer puppies from a luxury pet store. So Jarboe has been charged with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and two counts of aiding and abetting aggravated identity theft.


We figured out what a designer puppy. I know, and I meant to Google that last night, I got caught up looking at what some dogs called Cockayne, Courcelles, Ockene, Courcelles, something to apologize for.


The woman who is the woman who does my lashes has a cane Corso. And she was like, Do you want to see my dog? And the dog is still a puppy? And so I went over to her house because she lives right around the corner from where she does my lashes.


And I was not going to. He's huge. You know, he won't jump on you. As soon as I walked in, he jumped on me and almost nothing to the ground.


She always has black and blue eyes all over her arm and the dog is friendly. But it's just so big that when he tries to play with you, it injures you.


When he bites, you can break your bones. I want one. My wife's got one. My brother whacks got one. I want one as well. I'm getting one.


I shout out to my girl Rochelle from the last gallery and Hurricaine Corso, her big old puppy dog is bigger than me. And it's a puppy, right? Well, I'm Angela and that is your room. I report. All right. We got front page news. That's what we talk about.


Yes. Legalize it. The House is talking about federally decriminalizing marijuana. All right.


We'll get into that next. Keep it locked. It's The Breakfast Club. Good morning. Yeah, it's the world's most dangerous morning. So The Breakfast Club, Charlamagne the God, Angela Envy. I don't know what the hell. I'm here. I'm here. I came to my phone. So you just started talking.


Dathan he said he wasn't there for. I was I was doing. All right. Well, let's get in some front page news.


I want to start you. Well, for the first time in congressional history, House Democrats are going to vote today on a long shot measure that would decriminalize marijuana at the federal level. So, you know, there's different laws state by state. So this would be a federal law. So there's been widespread support from Democrats in the House, but the bill does still stand almost no chance of becoming law because of a Republican firewall in the Senate. And Donald Trump still occupying the White House right now.


Yeah, it'd be great if they decriminalized. But we don't want to just decriminalize. We want it legalized as well. There is a difference, OK? We want it federally legalized as well.


Yeah, I think it's a step toward that, you know, so that's something moving forward for the future. But Joe Biden is and has been saying that he wants to decriminalize marijuana and also a mandate of a reassessment of prior marijuana convictions, also investing in services for people caught up in the war on drugs and to open Small Business Administration funding for legitimate cannabis related businesses. So all of those things are included. All right. So I know we're still talking about these vaccines.


And here's the latest on what's happening. So, again, the United States has had their worst day yet with more covid-19 cases and deaths than at any stage of the pandemic pandemic that previously the highest number of deadly infections was about two hundred and five thousand. That was on November twenty seventh. Right now that the number is two hundred and seventeen thousand cases from yesterday and almost three thousand related deaths. That's the most infections and fatalities in the country in a single day since the pandemic began.


Now vaccine makers are saying they didn't cut corners even though they were in a race to develop this coronavirus shot the makers of Pfizer and are called the covid-19 vaccine said that the quality standard we held ourselves to was thirty thousand person placebo controlled trial. That really is the gold standard. We still met that bar, even though we've moved quickly. And the CEO of Pfizer is saying that they were no corners cut. He says that happens exactly as would happen with any other vaccine.


That thirty thousand person clinical trial.


Hey, man, you got to give the Trump administration credit operation warp speed. Worked what you want, and I got it out.


All right. Well, that is your front page news. All right.


Now, when we come back, we have Jazmine Sullivan joining us. And don't forget today's Cove's birthday. So today, today is happy holiday. You are going to be here. Yeah.


Let me know. Your favorite whole record going to be playing hold mixes all to the morning. So let me know what your favorite hold.


Join it and let the record show that Jazmine Sullivan, her new album is called Hotels. It comes out January eight. So this morning you're going to be talking house. It's pretty, pretty freaky Friday.


We'll get to that. Next is The Breakfast Club. Good morning.


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Your cases are waiting for you. New episodes of Saul are available now on the I Heart radio app, Apple podcast or wherever you get your podcast. One crime for suspects. Can you solve it? Morning, everybody. C.J., N.V. and Julie I, the guy we are at a breakfast club, we got a special guest on the line, Jazmine Sullivan.


Hi. Good morning, stranger. What's that? You ever you're on a project is what 2015 reality show has been in many years. What do you do? How are you how are you feeling? First of all, I just want to check in with you since we haven't seen you in a while. We know there's a pandemic going on. And clearly you've been inspired to put out some music. So how are you doing? Yes, my candles burning.


It looks beautiful back there. You look like you can smoke coming from some whatever.


Good. I'm doing good. Of course, everybody is adjusting to new life or whatever. And for me personally, I've had some things that happen on this kind of flipped my life upside down. But besides that, I can't really complain right now.


They said something that happened. What happened, talk to us was what's been going on. Don't talk to us if you don't want to talk to us, OK?


I don't I really don't mind. My mother was diagnosed with breast cancer IBC year, and anybody who's ever going through getting that diagnosis knows that it just totally flips your world upside down. And, you know, you don't really know what to do at that point. So we've just been going through that with her and supporting her and praying and just loving up on each other as much as we can. And so that's really been a lot of my focus.


So mentally, emotionally, spiritually, have you been God and yourself or are you healthy in all those areas?


Definitely. I mean, we just got finished. I have a Bible study last night, me and my parents and my brother. So our spiritual life has definitely grown.


I love the fact that you speaking about God and I want to talk to you about one of God's greatest creation. And that's these holes, OK?


Because you named you you named your new album Hotels.


OK, may I help you? I heard a couple of records. Why did you name it? Hotels. I named the hotels because I feel like for so long the term hotel has been meant to be degrading, especially when it comes to women. And I have seen since I've had my break, I see women kind of stand in their power and kind of like just do their own thing and take up space.


And I'm so inspired by it, like a woman who knows who she is, who's not ashamed of who she is or where she came from. Like for me, Cardi B is everything, because for me before Cardi B, it was no woman that was kind of like I'm a stripper. Yeah. You know, I do this. I do that, I've done this. I've done it and been able to be successful. And people love her for that.


Little Kim did that and Nikki and Fox and I need to be a stripper. So. So, yeah, there have been women, there have been women to do it. But I feel like there has been a resurgence of women like everywhere. And I just like being a stripper, like even Lizzo, being a big woman, just being like this is who I am, like women really standing in their power and not letting society dictate how they're supposed to present themselves and how they're supposed to and how they're supposed to look.


We had a whole conversation about this the other day about men and women being called hos and like how you tell, you know, little girls and little if you have kids, right. Sons and daughters. I feel like I always see the boys differently than they treat the girls when it comes to calling them hos. And we had a whole conversation because and you were saying that you tell your son the same thing. But I do feel like society always makes it seem like when a girl does something, she's a ho.


When a boy does something, it's not the same. It's been socially acceptable for men to have whole, like, behavior since the beginning of time.


I think it's disgusting when men sleep with a bunch of black male community. Black men don't cheat. I don't know what you're talking about.


It's more socially acceptable for your to act that way. But if a woman is promiscuous or whatever woman is just judged harshly and it's not fair, it's not fair. We're all humans. We all trying to work through some things. We all have trauma. We all trying to figure life out. And we all deserve that chance to be able to figure it out without somebody sitting there and labeling you something or calling you something and you believe in it.


So what do you define as a as a whole? I don't I don't really know the answer to a question like the way I was brought up. What I thought was a whole was a woman who slept with a lot of men. But now that I'm older, I don't know if the word means the same thing to me and I don't really know how to label it.


I've asked that question to a lot of people because on my project, the reason that is called hotels is because it's tails. So I'm talking to like a lot of my closest friends, family and stuff like that. And so I'm asking them questions just about their life in general. And that question comes up and I get a lot of different answers. But for me personally, I'm still trying to figure out what. I think a hallway's or whether the term is even relevant in this time, because a girl like me, you sound like you competing against, as you say, the house.


Yes, on the project there are different perspectives. Obviously, there are women who feel like they have to compete to the Instagram models, as you said, just they got to compete with the Instagram girls to feel worthy and to feel love.


And I have a girlfriend who talks about that, about, you know, having to compete in like she uses she's learned as she's gotten older to use sex as a way to feel worthy. And she's kind of like she don't know how to feel about this.


You don't know whether to feel empowered about it. Like, you know, I figured out how to make myself kind of stand out in a world where the society is telling me I'm not beautiful. And at the same time, it kind of makes it feel bad that she is not accepted for just who she is. So it's a lot of different perspectives on the project. And I feel like a lot of women will be able to mean a lot of people will be able to listen to it and see themselves in it, because some of these topics have been coming up a lot lately.


Right. Like women demanding things from men in exchange for sex, like money for financial things. And there's even a skit before a song where that's what women do even when they're married, like, all right, I guess I got to give him some if I want to make sure that I get this and I see a lot of people talking about that, like on social media, you know, some people would say, well, you sleep with these men for free anyway and don't get anything out of it.


So that's not smart. And then some people would say if he's not paying this for me and he's not doing this for me, then I'm not giving him any. So that does seem like something that you touch upon on your project as well. So that's another one of your stories from somebody you spoke to. That was from a group of older women. My mom had them over for dinner, some of her friends or whatever, which details we didn't know they was going to go off.


You're right. I was so sad. But it goes to show that everybody has a story and every woman has a story. You can know, you know, your granny as one way. But if you go through her whole life, she then has some experiences that you may not know about your granny.


How bad?


I mean, I say that all the time. Your mama, your grandma, your great grandma, every woman that you love, that girl love has a story is why we started one way and it may end up another. But, you know, those experiences are what makes you who you are. And so, yes, that tale was crazy, too. We cut out the good stuff.


We got more with Jazmine Sullivan when we come back. Let's get into her joint is called Price Tag is the Breakfast Club. Good morning.


That was price tag. Jazmine Sullivan. Morning, everybody. Is D.J. Envy, Angela Yee. Charlamagne, the guy we are The Breakfast Club. Jazmine Sullivan is still here shallowing.


Do you really believe that the wife is just the husband just to get something out of him?


No, I don't believe that. I don't believe and that's not what she said. She said that that that happens sometimes. That's the bottom. That's the exchange that you have. Sometimes you may be like, OK, I'm trying. I want to do this. I'm trying to get this. Let me let me figure out what it is that I can do to get it from. And that's just something that happens. But it's not what you do all the time.


Obviously, if you marry him, marry him because you love him. Right. You know, he married him most most of the time you get married because you're trying to get something from.


Yeah, you have to ask for something when you have sex. That's the best time when you're in the middle of it, me give you anything that you have me thinking about it.


And I was listening to it because I was like, you know, I have sex with my wife because that's an expression of love. And, you know, also doing things for her is also another form of love. It's another expression of love, you know what I mean? So I don't look at it as a transactional. Yes.


I'm not saying that your wife sleeps with you to get things done. I mean, you don't have to various things. Like I said you said earlier, Jasmine, so you said I think you saw me, one of your friends.


You said that she said she was sleeping with men to make herself feel worthy.


That would you say, well, OK, I'll I'll be candid with you being a brown skinned girl. A lot of the times you don't feel like the way you look is considered beautiful. So as you're growing up, I would assume that you try to figure out how to feel beautiful. And for her, she figured out that sex was a way that made men look at her as being worthy, not that she sleeps with a lot of men and that makes her feel worthy, but it makes men look at her and feel like it makes her feel like she is so, you know, believe it or not, that's how men feel to, you know you know, I feel like, you know, men only do that to feed the ego.


And a lot of times it's because we have wounded ego and we're hurt and we're dealing with our own traumas, you know, and, you know, we do things to to make ourselves feel whatever. We got to have to fly car, the sneaker, the the flying clothes. I sleep with a whole bunch of different women, so I think. To say anything when you see a dude as a whole, the same thing I would I would agree, and that's what I'm saying.


I mean, you can you hear this project. And what I wanted to do is to make you think about, like, why you do certain things and then attack that, like, look at that part, like, why am I doing this? Why do I do? If you love it and it makes you feel good and you then rock out, keep keep doing it. But if you look at it and you say, you know what, that's not right.


I started somewhere else in that place. The place that it started is what I need to address. Then you address this. So it was just about self reflection.


And I you know, I just always talk about changing the narrative, how people think like, you know, when you hear these stories and you hear people saying, yeah, I I'm with him for the bag, I'm giving him this as a barter system, like, you know, those are the type of right.


Me, you know, and I'll tell you what I really wanted, you know, everybody Burkean. Yes. He's doing whatever I can buy anywhere outside. OK, I have a daughter that makes you want to look at life a lot differently, because at first, like you said, you don't want your daughter to be like, no, I wouldn't put a bag if he's not buying you a bag, he's got kind of back to the streets. And that's the narrative I want to change.


So these young women realize I want to do it on my own and say, what do they really do? Like, don't go and follow all these, quote unquote, rappers and athletes because they live in a horrible life. Be yourself. And that's the narrative I want to change.


People understand it. Yes. Now, yes, of course. You want a woman to know that she can do all that on her own. You also have to know that it's not wrong to expect that from a man as well. So it's a fine line, though. I don't agree with if somebody just because they have money. But I do agree with knowing your work and being like, you know what, you match where I'm at in my life.


I'm and I'm going to allow you to court me. So because sometimes it's hard to allow people to do stuff for you, because I used to always have that problem where you feel like, OK, I can do this for myself, I could get it for myself. And any any time somebody I'm with opposite, I'm like, no, I'm good. No, I don't need anything when it's OK to be like, you know what? It would be nice or thank you so much.


That's good. I used to be hard for me to do that just for I was just that's all that you didn't ask for it. Yeah, but even if people would try to give me stuff, I would feel like I didn't want anybody to do that, you know what I'm saying? Like it was part of me to accept somebody doing something for me because I never wanted them to look at me like I needed it or one of these things or that was I just wanted to prove that I didn't need anything.


Right. That's a lot of the reality. And then another reality is that some some women just don't feel worthy of it. Like some women don't feel like they deserve to have a man to treat them well, not cheat on them buying things and stuff like that. So it just depends on, like your life and what you've seen and how you processed it.


You know, you so talented Jasmyn, like, you know, you can sing, you can write, you can literally do this whenever you want to do it. But we know hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard. So do you feel like you're working hard enough?


No, I haven't worked hard enough. I think for me it was a lot of different reasons. I allowed myself to be distracted by relationships that I was in and then like the the falling out of it and it just like I know. Just wiped everything out for me. And also some of it I think is fear and just not feeling like I deserve to be be successful. And that's a lot of what I'm trying to unpack now, like, you know, telling myself that, no, you you're talented, you're worthy.


This guy puts you in a position where we think you deserve to be where you are and even further. And if you work hard enough, you can. And but that's a lot to unpack and to deal with. But I know that I'm where I'm supposed to be. I know that you think you've gotten to a place of worthy.


I'm getting there. I'm getting here. I feel like like I said, after you deal with a cancer scare and what I'm going through with my mom, everything in your life kind of just changes. And I'm getting to a place where I do feel worthy and and also I'm like getting so strong in a word. And my relationship with God has just increased tremendously. So I am getting to that place. If I.


We got more with Jazmine Sullivan when we come back. Let's get into a joint of her new project is called Girl Like Me. It's The Breakfast Club. Good morning. Good morning, everybody.


Is D.J. Envy, Angela Yee, Charlemagne, the guy we are The Breakfast Club. That was Jazmine Sullivan's girl, like me. She's joining us now.


Shelby, do you think it's just sex that keeps them me?


No, obviously not your wife's, to wit. You sure. I mean, come on. First of all, I'm amazing in the bedroom, you know, envy.


What is awkward exactly. You know, I pretty much sorry, John, continue to be a party to the answer.


No, she's right to do so. But I mean, it's just not there, do you think?


It's just sex. I mean, you're a man, so is it just sex that keeps them? No, and I thought about that when I was listening to the two songs this morning. I'm like, it's more than just the sex, you know, it's who this person is. You know, like I said to the person that my wife is like me, having sex with her is just part of the privilege of being with her, you know what I mean?


That's just an extension of of her.




Because you being with somebody if the sex wasn't good, though, but everything else was me, that's a question for me, because I feel like women, we are so used to sacrificing things that we would sacrifice sex. We sacrifice feeling good if we love the man that much. But I'm not sure that a man would do that. I don't I don't know.


I feel like women would, though, because I mean, women, if it women, let's say you don't reach orgasm. Let's say you don't. Let's say it's not good. Could you still stay? Would you stay?


By the way, a lot of women don't have orgasms and never have. There's a large percentage of that they're missing. I feel like women are so used to sacrificing that have been told from the beginning of time that we are supposed to sacrifice, that we can do without a lot of things and we do without a lot of things, you know, when we love I mean, but I don't know if a man can reciprocate that type of love. And I and your face is telling me that's OK.


You know what?


To be honest. So my wife faked orgasm for like the first six years of our marriage. Right.


I get to see that. I mean, have you ever faked it? But I thought I was doing well and I was but I was hurt when she told me to think about it because I was orgasm.


Can I think and act like I mean, I didn't I don't think I could be in that type of place. Imagine if your wife never made you. So you really the most light skinned guy ever met my wife.


I mean, that was good that you said that. I appreciate. I'm being I talk about all the times you fake it. So could you imagine being with somebody that does not make you orgasm? Suddenly you're talking to me.


Why are you talking? Jasmine's listening from a male's perspective. I'm asking you I'm thinking of your wife.


A hug. When I see her, man, I feel bad that she went through that she might still be faking it.


I'm leaving, man. Goodbye, man. Look, no. Hey, Jasmine, you're all my baby. So Javier wrote a song for Guy. It's called Price Tag. Yeah. That's why I say and see my wife regularly, like every day. Yes, she does. You mother. But excuse me. I mean usually when you play with it. Why are you talking to me.


We have to look just said all the male. She wants to know a males opinion.


So as you I wish I had a chance to talk offline. I'm just asking. I'm just curious.


This is crazy. Why is there a lot of places you don't even know? The question is you just started venting about not being out of work is why know the question? Would you be happy with it? No. Have you?


Has he ever made you know, I tell him stuff. Is your game up? Your game wasn't up to par.


The question is, Jasmine, said, Charlamagne, if you will, if your wife never made you, would you stay could you stay with a woman that doesn't make you OK?


Because we can figure it out like, you know, I'm saying like there's all types of books in different YouTube tutorials.


We could watch them show the public I didn't have a woman, period. I worried about black men don't cheat. I only know my wife Jasmine, when you talk about before. Not even now. All right.


Before Charlamagne, I appreciate that you would think you read books, but if you have like a really small penis but that mattered to you, could you do that?


No, not then. She's like, I'm fine with not having sex, but not a small penis. Oh, not a little not a little big thing. But the sex I feel like you can work on, you can't really work on the size of your penis. That just is what it is. And it's even going to hit the spider is not like going to be satisfied. I wouldn't accept that.


I know one thing soon the doctor Miamis started doing that. Boy, you all ready for a black? OK, we go. We're going to be paying for that baby. Merry Christmas.


Merry Christmas. Happy birthday to you. Let me ask you question.


Have you ever have you ever had your own insecurities when it comes to the script was in the idea models. And the reason I ask is because, you know, you lost a lot of weight. You look great. You look great before. But, you know, was that part of the reason? No.


And have I ever felt any way about the idea models? No, they didn't necessarily make me make me feel bad about myself. But I did look at their lives and I was amazed by all the things that they got because of their beauty. And that's kind of where mascara came from, was just like looking on Instagram.


And I was like, I am on another trip. It was crazy, though, people had something to say when you were big and then when you lost the weight, they were saying you were looking sickly.


Yeah, I don't I don't understand and I understand. Feel like some people just like to have something to say.


And I think social media is just a platform for them to do it. And it makes some people feel better about themselves, I guess, to say something about somebody. So it wasn't that deep. When I wrote what I wrote back to people, it wasn't in an angry way.


I was just I want people to, like, look in to themselves and like figure out what's wrong with them and figure out why you do certain things that you can stop.


Not not because it makes me angry.


Just trying to help you still begin. I know you wouldn't be in the role. Would your mom help her out still? So, listen, I was I was alkaline being Dr. Sabeh when I first started. I went to her name is my aunt.


She's in Brooklyn. I think she was doctors say his first wife. So she started everything with him.


So when we first went there, we were like completely alkaline and then like maybe six months into it, I was like, oh, they got fake cheese like me.


So I started in that kind of stuff and I gained a little weight. But I want to go back to that doctor subbies way of living because I felt so good. I felt so like my body just felt so good. I had so much energy and is definitely a difference between just plant based eating. And then once you start and all that processed food so that it even mentally like your heart feels so much more clear.


I was I felt so good. Like every day I woke up energetic. I was like wanting to work out.


I was wanted I was just I was thinking straight, like it was you could tell the difference that we hope you come back when your album drops so we can have more complex project project projects.


Guess what's the difference? How else is a project? Is the conceptual project. Oh got you.


Yes. OK, so so I can't wait to hear more hotels because the two I heard sparked a very lively conversation.


Yes. OK, good. That's great. Thank you for having me.


Yeah. And I want to tell you to Bishop T.D. Jakes via Tyler Perry said, even if you don't feel worthy, just know that God feels you're worthy.


I felt this word. I appreciate that. Thank you. Yeah. All right. As Jasmine Sullivan is The Breakfast Club.


Good morning. This is Jennie Garth and Tori Spelling, and we're doing a podcast, and it's called Nine to One Wingy. So why are we doing a podcast? Well, we get to tell the fans all of the behind the scenes stories to actually happen so they know what happened on camera, obviously.


But we can tell them all the good stuff that happened off camera. Oh, remember all those times? No, I don't remember any of it. You have an amazing memory. You remember everything about the entire ten years that we filmed that show. And you remember absolutely nothing of the ten years that we filmed that show them that show Beverly Hills 92.


And she said, this is going to help you, too. It's going to jog your memory because we're going to watch it with them. Oh, good. It's like my Daily Dose of ginkgo biloba.


Listen to nine to one OMG on the radio app, on Apple podcast or wherever you get your podcast. Go to work, go to work in the long run. Yes, all morning long, I'm going to be doing a whole mini mixes to let me know your favorite whole joint is a universal holiday. OK, happy whole day. Drop one of close bombs of shortcode and.


There's a whole verse for every situation, a whole bar for every moment of life, and it's troubling you.


All right, well, let's get to the rumors.


Let's talk wife and Lucy, this is the rumor report with Angela. Breakfast Club, listen up. All right, well, yesterday established with Angela Yee aired on Fox Solen wife and Luchi was my guest and today he has his album, Wish Me Well three, which is the last in his trilogy out. So you can listen to that now. Now, one thing that eludes you talked about, of course, was his girlfriend, Regini, by the way, she just celebrated her birthday.


Of course, he was there by her side, but they break up and get back together all the time. Here's what he said. But do you ever feel like you take it too far because you guys do have a public relationship, you break up, get back together, you miss her, and then you see other guys trying to shoot their shot like we saw in the young boy. We saw why chaos I was trying to highlight.


It's a girl, you know, can't do this. But sometimes, you know, I felt like. Yeah, I did. My dad did. How could it be that bad? But like, we fit. I tried to leave.


He has said that he loves her. All right, now, wife and Lucy has had several public issues and, you know, his car got shot up. Here's what he had to say about moving safe.


There's been some experiences that I'm sure Artomatic, like you've had video shoots where shootings went down.


You also had a car shot out of my mind.


You can't stop this happening all around my kids and my car, around my kids and my future. It'd be hard trying to explain it, but I get it. I know I want to live with this.


You got to do what he got to do. You know his life better than everybody else. You know what he's up against. You got you got to defend yourself.


You've got to protect yourself to live like that man. You want you want to try to squash all that because you want to ride with your kids. You won't be able to judge your kid's games or your daughter's piano recital or dance lessons and somebody pull up on you. That's not that's what you don't want.


You know, by the way, that could be anything, though. Like, we we live in a time where that don't even got to be street. That could be white supremacists. That could be anybody that that does that. Like, I don't I don't have a problem with the movie and stuff like that movie.


Militant shooting president doesn't. Now, one person we know that he does have issues with and they've gone back and forth on several occasions, is a young thug.


People are trying to figure out where they started. Some people are saying it started with his girlfriend. He said with a girl and a definition with no girl to be hanging over hate. So it's not something that you feel like can be rectified ever. Or at least we're at peace. I give you I say you guys are in the same. I can't stop.


It's bigger than me because it's that people don't shed blood. So I just want to put that to the side and be like, hey, but it was an.


I mean, you could put it aside, you just saw a do a whole versus together and it was bloodshed.


It took a long time, though. Yeah, it that's very true.


So the way I felt like a young thug versus saying I happen to time.


So I don't think so. And, you know, and like you said, you know, Wife and Luzzi cares the most about his four children. Here he is talking about them. How many kids do you have?


Four and two of your kids are three. Yeah, but they're not twins. Get. All right. Great.


I love that I had to get pregnant at the same time with my four baby mamas. I know it all. Do they get along with each other? The moms, they not like the best of luck.


We could be in the same house messing with your kids, with my kid in love with me and the moms. How are they? Regini I was working on.


You're working on it, all right? That's a family family right there. But you can check out the whole episode established that's going to be out, I think, at three p.m. today. If you want to see the whole thing is really interesting. He has a lot to say. This was supposed to be the interview where he addresses pretty much everything that he hasn't really spoken publicly about. All right. Now, Wendy Williams is doing her movie. Speaking of speaking publicly about things.


Now, this is going to air right after a documentary on Wendy Williams. That was a whole lot of activities. There's a documentary and then her biopic comes out Saturday, January 30th, and the trailer just came out.


It's your girl, Wendy Williams on the mike. I am here to stay. So with me, are you still using drugs? We'll give you a talk. I am going to tell it like it is. I'm becoming a real business. I can trust you to take care of all of that. Yes, self-indulgent and narcissistic. I got a Coke habit before I had you, I had me and not you nor anyone else have the power to take away my gifts.


Charlemagne's laugh in the trailer. Yeah, you sure did. I was laughing. Was that he said you something something you stopped. You got a Coke habit.


I wonder who's going to play Charlamagne. Why would I be in this film? That was a brief, brief moment when I was a brief moment in that woman's life for three, you inducted her into the Radio Hall of Fame.


What is more celebrity would play you. I'm sorry. I'm looking him up, Tony. Celebrities. I don't think they got the budget for Morris Chestnut.


You know, I'm saying the quick little cameo that I'm sure it would be if you guys also used to live together.


I did live with them. He lived in a basement right night in the basement a couple of times. So you had all your stuff there in the basement?


That is not true. You had a toothbrush.


That is not true come true. Were you able to come upstairs all the time or you only allowed upstairs sometimes when when the chain was off the chain wasn't all right.


I didn't go see that movie Flowers in the Attic. No, no, what's that about? Well, this was what this story sounds like, but just look up flowers in the attic and you'll see what that's about. OK, well, I'm Angela Yee and that is your roomie report. All right.


Thank you. Miss you. Glad you got out of the base, Michel. I mean, now that you're laughing at my trauma, I'm not like you just laughing at my prom or things that I talk to my therapist about on Friday and y'all just finding humor in it.


I mean, I'm firing. Isn't that why you isn't that way when a nigga tell you he inquiring, right? I'm inquiring.


I'm just I've only I've only heard you say positive things about working with her family.


You know, you lie and you work with them and then you want to lie on the radio and, you know, that's a lie. But I have heard her say that she doesn't know you.


Yes, she did. I've heard her say that as well. But there's the picture of you sitting on her lap.


So we know you know, her Photoshop. Photoshop. Are you give your donkey to man? No. Cyrus needs to come to the front of the congregation. We like to have a word with her, please. All right.


We'll get in next. Keep it like this. The breakfast locomotor can't be undone because right now you also. It's time for Donkey Day, so we need to be done with the heat this year. Please tell him I have become Donkey of the Day, the Breakfast Club bitch, don't you?


Yes, Don.


Here today from Friday, December 4th was born, Day goes to a young woman named Noah Cyrus. And I know the youngest sister of Miley. And yesterday she provided white folks with a teachable moment. See, in the words of the late, great urban philosopher Doughboy, he's a white folks don't know, don't show. I don't give a damn about what's racially insensitive. It's not OK in this case. Noah said she didn't know what.


Let's discuss now. I don't know if you all saw the Vogue spread from last month with Harry Styles wearing a dress. You just see that and you see that. No. Yes. OK, well, you know, you all know Harry Styles from One Direction fame, right?


I'm sure he does other things now. I mean, that's why he's in vogue. But personally, I only know him from One Direction sidebar, one direction or the architects of one of my favorite songs to this day. And that song is ironically titled Best Song Ever. OK, do you know how difficult it is to have a song title, best song ever, and it truly be one of the best songs ever stumbled across it randomly back in the day because it was on my oldest daughter's kids.


Bob, I dare you to listen to that record this morning and not like it, OK? I don't care if you riding around with your pistol in your car waiting to catch somebody that was flashing cash, cash on Iggy slipping. You will love that record. Play a little bit of a drum just real quick. It's soul mate.


And we don't that don't have every right now. I can't remember how it goes, but I know that I won't forget. I cried. We danced all night to do that song that I think it went. Oh, you think it went.


Yeah, I think it goes oh. Anyway, Harry Styles in bulk would address on. And that made conservative firebrand Candice Jones, who is black, contrary to popular belief, she's black. That made her tweet out. There is no society that can survive without strong. The East knows this in the West to study feminization of our men at the same time that Marxism is being taught to our children is not a coincidence. It is an outright attack. Bring back manly men, of course, that made social media go crazy because not too many people can stir up waters to catch fish like Candice Owens.


OK, she really owns your source because you all can't help but respond to her. Have you heard the saying he who angers you controls you? Well, turn that into a she and that's all it is. She who angers you, controls you, and she absolutely controls you all because she makes you also angry that you have to say something to her. She can get a rise out of any and everybody. It is truly a gift.


OK, she proved that yet again because Harry Styles responded to her by posting a pic of himself in a powder blue suit eating a banana with the caption Bring back manly men. And this replied, When people try to tell me I don't have influence. And then Harry Styles dedicates an entire post to my tweet.


She's right. And that leads me to know Cyrus.


On her Iggy story Wednesday, Noah shared a photo of Harry Styles and address with the caption He wears this dress better than any of you nappy assholes.


Now, I'm not the highest grade weed in the dispensary or my participation. OK, I tell you, I tell you this all the time, but I thought it was universally known and acknowledged that a white person calling a black person nappy was a no go. OK, the last time I heard a white person put nappy in holes in the same sentence probably was when Don Imus referred to the mostly black Rutgers University email basketball team back in like 06 07 as nappy headed, nappy headed hos.


And he got his ass handed to him over that recipe's.


Don Imus. I think you did, by the way, I know no is only 20, but I find it hard to believe she didn't know what she was saying.


She apologized and said, I am mortified that I used the term without knowing the context in history. But I know now and I am horrified and truly sorry I would never use it again. Thank you for educating educating me. I in no way meant to offend anyone. I am sorry.


Now here's the thing. We all say things we regret. We all go too far at times. Trust me, I know this is Charlamagne to God talking. OK, Lynard, you know I've said some wild, insensitive, inappropriate stuff in my day. Yes.


When you hurt someone and that wasn't your intention, you apologize if you didn't know that what you were saying was offensive and insensitive, you apologized. But the question I have for young Noah Siras is if you didn't mean for it to be offensive and what did you intend for it to be? OK, it's hard for me to believe that you didn't know the context in history of that word. Clearly, you knew it was an insult. Nappy as hos is very specific, so specific that I can't remember the last time I used it.


Nappy is not in my vocabulary. OK, maybe because I'm bald headed.


I don't know, but I don't use that word. Last time I used it, I was probably quoting stretch from naughty by nature when I was watching the uptown at the video, when the God said the naughty nappy, nasty, nasty, trashy ho happy pappy that's happy to be nappy. Happy belated, by the way, to try to just turn 50. The moral of the story is nappy is a unique word. OK, when you pull that one out.


Yes. They use against the black person in that way. It's kind of hard to say. You didn't know what the hell you was talking about. But I digress. Not judging you, not trying to beat up on you, just trying to keep you and other white folks from making this mistake. See, you can't say racially insensitive things. The black folks, even if said black person, is someone a particular group of black people doesn't like and black people.


You may not like Candice Owens, but she's still black whether you think she realizes it or not. So don't let this fly just because you don't like him. This is not OK for a white person to be referring to a black woman as one nappy into a ho. Please give no hostiles the biggest CEO.


And when did people start spelling ho h e a u.


Except I saw Jazmine Sullivan did that with hotels and that's how those are spelled. The two. When did that start happen.


It's like a classic ho ho classic ho.


OK, I didn't know. OK, so h o is like a ho ho ho ho ho is like the French version of a hey.


Oh ok.


You I just maybe I just made that up but it does sound class.


It does. Look I think it does look like the you know it does. All right.


OK, ok. All right. Well thank you for that donkey today. Yes. Can we talk about in his mouth now. Yeah.


Well yes, let's talk about it, because apparently when we were talking to Jazmine Sullivan about her new album, N.V. revealed that his wife Guia faked orgasms for six years.


She pretended played a clip. I don't know why he volunteered this information. So my wife faked orgasm for like the first six years of our marriage.


Right now, I could see that. I mean, have you ever faked it? But I thought I was doing well and I wasn't.


But I was hurt when she told me that I was playing. I think I mean. All right, stop it.


Stop it, Thomas. You can stop it. But I just want to say that I'm upset that envy's hurt and not concerned more than 30 years.


Oh, let me explain. You know, I've been with my wife twenty six years. We've been married. Nineteen seats. So for the beginning of our relationship, you know, when we were making love and having sex, I thought I was doing my damn thing. I thought she was coming, but she was faking it.


I thought she was having an orgasm. It's not funny because I thought I was going to somebody help. And you keep telling them how far you how far you are five minutes away. But you really three hours away. Yeah, right. Right.


So then she told me one day and that I was distraught because I thought I was doing my thing. I thought I was why you left. How she felt for six years, six years.


Six long years we've been together. Twenty five years.


So, you know, she told me and it changed the relationship, changed our relationship because I thought I was doing something that I wasn't and I wasn't pleased at the time, so I had to learn how to play. We talk about it on the podcast.


We wrote a book that comes out next year. We talk about our whole life and everything.


In the book you play with your wife. Let's exhale for six years. Know what's funny about that?


What do you mean what's funny? That's hilarious.


In fact, the fact that you said that and then asked the question, what if you were could you stay with somebody that wasn't doing that for you long and in six years?


I'm doing the math here.


He said six years of marriage, not I mean, because we started we kind of get an angle and come back and be with you if had an orgasm.


What is the point? I'm glad you find this funny.


There's a lot of them. There's a lot of women out there that are faking. There's a lot of women out there that are faking. Right. Let's say a prayer for them to do anything and then say, oh, because the man is not being sensitive. They're not looking at them. They don't care about the woman. They don't they don't feel women. They don't listen to the woman's body. I had to learn all that. I didn't.


You have to read a book. No, that was from my mouth game. OK, well, your mouth game was trash and it still is. You had to read a book and then you try to put some money when you're on your own, you're wenko to make you think bigger because you had insecurities, too.


Why are you trying to do so late? And you are such a rat. You're a snitch. OK, this guy will bring down the holes before you say he will bring down the whole cadre. You start talking about your bid and the Beijing. You start talking about Rick Ross and Chislett and everybody else that's using it. You hold this out today, OK? We're talking about you and the fact that your penis was trashed for six years. This is trauma for me.


I was telling you, this is trauma. This is trauma.


This is all jokes aside, when you, you know, have not been pleasing you a woman sexually. It is traumatic. And even if you get better, you know, you don't ever get over.


You been in the Western. What are you talking about when it comes to that? The question is what invest during the Jazmine Sullivan interview? Why the hell would you stay with somebody that hasn't made you orgasm for six years? That's not the question, but every time one, two, five, one, would you stay with somebody that doesn't please you in the bedroom?


That's the. You know, you said me. It's not about me.


This is definitely I hate you than just the Breakfast Club, FISA and and your opinions at the Breakfast Club topic I'm calling right now. Let's talk talk show. Morning, everybody.


Is D.J., N.V. Angeles, Charlamagne the God. We are the Breakfast Club. All right. Well, I think this is a perfect time to let you know that on own. Tomorrow they have a series called Behind Every Man, and it's about different relationships and couples in and, you know, their wives or significant others or the lady or woman in their life that holds them down. Neil was there with his wife, Kirk Franklin was there with his wife.


Usher was there with his mother. Wyclef Jean is there with his wife.


And I'm there with my wife and talks like what she did, how she held me down, how I met, and how significant she is in my life. And if it wasn't for her, I wouldn't have this career in this life right here.


But anyway, that's not what we know. That's kind of it is kind of what we're talking about. And it's amazing. I can't wait to watch because people are going to be sitting there watching it thinking, man, you know, if we didn't make his wife for six years, OK, well, I be with my wife.


Nineteen. I've been married nineteen years with my wife's twenty six years. So yes, we were young so far.


About a third of your marriage. She was faking orgasm. You played a clip, played a clip drum, played a clip. So my wife faked orgasm for like the first six years of our marriage. Right.


I, I can see that. But I mean have you ever faked it. But I thought I was doing well and I wasn't. But I was hurt when she told me that I now think about it because I was orgasm, I think and act like I mean, I didn't.


That's why I broke into your home, my wife regularly, like every day. Yes, she does. Your mother. All right.


The question is hundred five eight five one two five one. Could you stay with somebody that doesn't make you orgasm?


Do you want to explain you want to add any context to what we just heard? No, I mean I mean, I was 16 when she was 16 when she was 15.


You know, I broke I broke up virginity. I was the first person she was with. I didn't know anything about anything.


Like, it's not a conversation that that's context. You didn't say that. You didn't say the child was wild, young and didn't know each we were together. You know, that makes it was she was the first with each other.


So we didn't know anything. I don't know anything about sex. It's not something that I call my dad like that. How do you have sex with your wife or your girlfriend? Or if it's not something that you learn in the barbershop, you just got to just dive into it.


And I drove into it wrong. But for the record, it went from sixteen, about twenty two.


I shut up. I hate each other.


That's all I'm telling about my stuff. Dear God. Let's go to the finals. I know you do. Hello.


Who's this. Good morning. It's Michelle. Hey Michel. Are you, are you a tortured soul. Are you a tortured woman.


Oh my goodness, I am. I am. Wow. I think it's more common than people realize.


And we were talking about it.


I can speak from from from oral. And that has to be it has to be a fantastic performance. But I've never, ever been able to just intercourse ever.


Hmm. And you know what though but at least you can exhale, right? Because there are some women who can't even exhale from that.


Yeah. I think it's like the female version of like like erectile dysfunction type or disorders.


But it ain't your fault. It's not your fault. Because if you can make yourself get off, you know, with your vibrator or whatever, but your man can't do it and that's not him.


Well, can you? She said she said from oral. She said he can she could go tomorrow. You can't do it. Yeah, that's that's the problem. We have to learn our spouses because we watch these TV shows as a kid and you just think you just power pound, pound, pound, pound, and that's what it is.


But you because we don't know, there is no class.


When I was there was no class. You don't learn like how do you learn?


You have to learn your spouse's or your wife's your girlfriend's body. And that's what I had to do.


Do you communicate what you need? I don't. I just. Why you can't do that. You have to. You can't do that. I'm kind of traumatized as one of my early on relationships. I was honest about it. And I believe that's why you started cheating on me a lot. I think he felt like less of a man. You probably want to see that anyway, but I think he felt like let him in and started cheating a lot.


Well, he's a clown. And the reason he's a clown, because when a woman tells you that you're not doing something right, what you do is you go and learn and you step up to the plate and you you accept that challenge. Yeah.


Don't let that bad experience prevent you from having orgasms in the future.


I just take my I just take my ls and then go on and keep it moving. All right.


Well thank you. My mom eight hundred five eight five one zero five one kid. You stay in a relationship if your spouse doesn't. You call us, that was the Breakfast Club. Good morning to pull out your phone call and right now call me. And your into the Breakfast Club to break it down, eight hundred five eight five one oh five one, The Breakfast Club. Warning everybody is D.J. Envy, Angela Charlamagne, the guy we are the Breakfast Club, this is the perfect time to tell you about Behind Every Man, which is a show on your own.


What is the craziest human alive man? This is the perfect time to tell you about how am behind every man. I would say that I said, this is your brain. You are not your brain.


Every man they talk to a bunch of different people. Neil's wife, Kirk Franklin's wife, Wyclef John's wife, and also Usher's mom.


And they speak to my wife about just our whole relationship and how she was so strong in my life and how she pretty much made me who the man I am today.


So well, I was because I yes, I told him I told these guys earlier, which I said in my podcast, we wrote in our book that comes out next year, that in the beginning of our relationship, we've been together twenty six years, that I could make an orgasm, I could make a reach orgasm. I thought I did. But because, you know, personal life for six years, that's very important in the time frame is very important.


She was 15.


I was 16 when we met and we started dating. So I just I didn't know what I was doing. And when it broke me.


When did you learn? When did you learn? Like, how did you know you finally did it, right?


I mean, when you start really taking it, really learning a body and really learning what at first I would just you know, you watch TV, so you just going there like you were going there eight ish hour, bang, bang, bang, bang, bang. You get yours, you fall asleep.


But I wasn't really thinking about her and seeing her body and her movements, and we had to talk and have conversations, what she likes, what she doesn't like.


And and we went to the I read I read some of the manuscript of the upcoming book. Is that why you started wearing her clothes and using her sex toys to, like, learn what she likes?


That would be a good time to get people, you know, preorder the book. But I'm not going to say what's in the book, but that is not in the book that I did. That's a lot. That is not edited it. OK, OK, that's happened. That is not in the book.


Was it because I was in her shoes. That's the name of that.


Yes. Yes that's yes. Yeah.


See that's why I don't believe you talk about trauma. I'm having trauma right now. You're making fun.


Laugh through the pain. Laughter That laughter the pain.


Let's go to the phone. I just you a funny. Hello. Who's this.


I'm going to go by. Not y'all, but I'm about to make this story quick. I was day to day see when I got out of prison who I had a wall and I go, oh yeah, look, because I'm going to have, you know, I got in the back. So the police is a good good.


I got no Gerfaut bro. I hate one guy.


Say a woman ain't got no I got no problem because I want more. We don't care what you come. Oh that's ok.


OK. OK I got you I think. Please Pringle's can you give me just before I got out of prison and I was used to it when we first to say I thought it was me and I'm like man I can't, I feel enough you know what I mean. So we did have about two, three times every time I think the organ, you know, it's not so we see when we broke up, you know, we, you know, we thought about what do we work out?


And I thought, well, I love you like a Christmas present. You wrapped real pretty on the outside, but I mean, a box, Lord have mercy.


But then he told me he ended up dating another guy who had a penis like a Bretagne.


Oh, baby, you say, oops, excited about that, you know, so I don't believe know.


Did you ever have this problem with another woman or just her and my wife.


I mean is how I got to tell you, I don't believe I got I got to get her word for it. Glad to see it. Happy. Trust me, I don't want to do that here. These are project homes.


You know the way I mean. Goodbye.


My little black people are the best job on a cruise by far. Like there's nobody better than us.


You hear me? All right.


I know exactly what he meant when he said that girl, boom, boom, was built like a project home where moral of the story is everybody check out behind every man this Saturday, ten, nine Central and I'll give you details of our book coming out where you can preorder is going to be amazing.


We talk about our whole relationship. Good, bad, ugly. Everything in that book came with you.


Behind Every Man is a. What can be? Charlamagne, now you've got rumors on the way. Man, do we have a clip from behind every man? I think we do. Well, we're going to do that and we are going to talk relationships when we come back as well. We'll tell you what couple seems like they have reunited. All right. We'll get into that next. Keep it like this.


The Breakfast Club, the morning, the Breakfast Club. B.J. Envy, Angela Yee Charlamagne, the guy we are the Breakfast Club, let's get to the rumors. Let's talk behind every man.


It's about who's going to. This is the room report with Angela on the Breakfast Club.


Yes, so we've been talking about that this morning, but and the Anchia will be featured on Owens behind every man. So we're excited to watch that. No. One is that airing.


It is Saturday at 10:00 on Central.


All right. So we'll be watching that this weekend for sure, especially after this new information we learned this morning. Now, speaking of couples, oh, wait, we have a clip.


This isn't the first time I seen you was actually at a birthday dinner. It was, I believe, my 16th birthday. And my friend at the time brought her friend, which was a year I fell in love instantly. I was like, that's going to be my wife. I didn't have the lines. I wasn't the coolest. I didn't know what to say. And he had approached me every day to give me his telephone number.


And then one day as I was walking back into the school building, he said something corny. I don't remember what it was, but it was corny and cute at the same time. And I'm like, all right, I'm really going to call you. And then I really called him, OK, look at you.


Mantic at a young age. This is the best part about that is the manifestation of it all, like you see in her knowing that's what you wanted to be with she knowing that, you know, you was going to be her husband for the rest of the rest of her life like that.


That's not part to me.


If only she knew that she was going to have an orgasm. All right.


Shut up for six years is a little rough, but they do now in couples news, Rihanna and ASAP, Rocky, there were rumors that the two of them were together and now they've been pictured out together. They were in New York City and they were walking around the city together. So, you know, they've been linked together in the past. They've been on tour together. But now it seems like it might really be true. So I think they're an excellent couple.


I don't know how to how they even knew that was Asaph and Rihanna. They were so covered up and so bundled up, they had mask on jackets. Yeah.


Why would he just randomly walk into New York with nobody? Like nobody like nobody was around like, oh, just something just be seeming so staid sometimes.


I'm not saying that was but it just seems like you sometime.


Right. And I feel like a lot of people though feel safer walking around because they have a mask on. So you feel like people don't know is you.


I have seen they slept through the city though. I see I see Rocky. I have seen Rocky just but the people I've never seen on his line about not in New York, I have once I saw her at a restaurant. Chillen who is she with? Katy Perry. All right.


Now, speaking of mass, there was an issue with Dave Chappelle, and this was at the Four Seasons in Texas, in Austin, Texas, last month. And apparently I know and Dave Chappelle does his comedy bubbles. He's getting tested all the time. Everybody around him is getting tested at the shows. He has people getting tested to go. When he was in Ohio, he was doing when in Texas as well. They've announced that he's going to be doing another bubble situation and somebody without a mask on approached his table and he was horrified by that.


But then he also saw that people were filming. And if you know Dave Chappelle, he can't stand when people are just filming him. And here's what happened. No disrespect.


He's right. He's recording me. She's violating my personal space.


Wait a minute. Break up, my man. We're not doing that. We're not doing anything. What are you for? I was driving my man. We don't we're not doing anything violent. You know, if you don't believe in God, he's right.


That's weird old stuff. Why are you just filming a person like God damn it, let's say, what's up? Say hi. I have to take a pic something. I'll just be sitting there. He called me. What are you to fetch? Right.


Well, the actor who was filming them, now they're saying that they are going to his name is Chad the boy. They're actually planning to file a police report against the person and Dave Chappelle's entourage who tried to take his camera and sit still contemplating further legal action. Hopefully it wasn't Darnell who did it. It was a done deal.


I don't know what Chad Laboy is. The Koine either do either. Is that a word? No, he's a deuce. He's a goofball. It's kind of a goofball because that's like you sitting there recording the man for what? Like. Like why? Like, what do you get out of that? I really want to know, what do you get out of it.


Well, he said he was recording when the altercation was starting. I guess he went, I don't know, but I would be annoyed to people just randomly recording you. All right. And good news for Jeremi. He will be released from the hospital after his battle with covid-19. You know, I had gotten serious. He was on a ventilator when they announced that he was off the ventilator. And now they are saying that it looks like he'll be able to come home.


So Chance, the rapper tweeted about it. I saw Youngberry tweeted about it, so hopefully he will be home soon.


We're happy that he's out there. Oh, happy that he's doing better. Yeah, that's so scary.


When you're on a ventilator, you feel like it's almost over, but glad that he was able to come back from that and be a. No one is launching a series of 11 apap spinoffs, including an all star edition and one that's focused on repairing relationships. So are you ready for this? They said Rage and Princess Love receding Kirky A.M. and D.C., Michael Jackson and Miss Yatta, their incoming couple. Delicious is going to be a bunch of different people on their black love and hip hop.


No, no.


He's a newcomer. He's a newcomer. Oh, yeah.


We were saying that's going to happen. So, yeah, a bunch of different spin offs. And I think that's a good idea, though. Some people do need to work on their relationships.


I don't I don't know exactly what they mean when they say spin off. Is it like they're going to like couples therapy, counseling? Like, what is it when they say spin off?


I mean, it's going to be a several different shows is like an all star show is some of the your favorite people from love and hip hop.


And then they're trying to stretch it as far as they can go, basically. All right. Well, I'm Angelie E and that is your rumor report. All right.


Thank you, Miss Ye. Now, when we come back, it's the holiday season. I'm a place of hip hop holiday songs like Run DMC and Little Duvall's Christmas song, you know, you know, a Christmas Song and Mariah's Christmas song.


There's a holiday song. That's the Christmas song that does not get the respect it deserves as a Christmas song. And that's Outkast, Plainsboro. Outkast players bought a whole song. Everything that three thousand and everything that big boy are rapping about is the holiday season. That's why Dre starts the song off by saying it's beginning to look a lot like work, like the whole song, the Christmas song. I don't know why we don't appreciate that song as a Christmas song.


Outkast Playable D.J. Envy, Angela Ye Charlemagne, the guy we are The Breakfast Club. We got a special guest on the line who has a fight this weekend. A great fight. That's right. Ladies and gentlemen, Jerry Garcia.


How are you guys doing? How's it going? Good morning.


Much now. You say you had a bunch. You got they got you all in the bubble, too, at AT&T Stadium. Now, we in a hotel, we got our own floor. So we can't leave. We can't leave the floor, basically instead of fight.


So you got train on the floor. You got equipment there to train or how does it work?


Yeah, I got to train in my room. I got a treadmill in my room. So everything is just everything's locked in, basically. Wow.


It make it easier to focus like that. It is, but it's different, it's different, you can't be around your fam, you can't be around your friends know. I mean, so it's a little different, but you can definitely get to focus and relax more. What about equipment? Well, we've got a treadmill.


We got we got the helmets, no punching bag and none of that. But that's that's basically jump rope and. Yeah, that's it. And they they they they send mules to our room three times a day while we can't. Yeah. Yeah.


But I guess the same way too. So it was the same thing. So it's not like it's an advantage that he got a bunch of stuff as well.


Right. Exactly. Every fighters in the bubble from the undercards down the car has been in here, been here since Monday. So I've been in here since yesterday. So I had one last day in here. But everybody's been in here just doing the same thing.


Now, you know, Danny, earlier, it's how they fought in the years since his car accident, but the MGM still has you as a major underdog. Did that make you feel disrespected?


No, not really. For some reason, I've been the underdog my whole career. You know, going back to American leukemia t say all the big fights. I've been on the dog. So that really that doesn't bother me, you know, at the end of the day. So fight some guys don't know what I can do.


Them guys don't know the hard work up in the gym every day. So, you know, I'm very confident. I feel good. And now it's time for me to perform.


Did you watch the fight this week about the fights this week? Did you watch Tyson, Roy Jones and and Nate Robinson? Did you watch those fights? What were your thoughts? I'm just curious.


I didn't watch it. You know, I see I was get some rest, but I saw the highlights. And, you know, Mike and I know Mike and really make some good money that day. I know they're happy. And then Nate Robinson, you know, he got he got he got that bad knock out loss. But, you know, it is what it is. It's boxing. Right? So that's what happens when you step in the ring.


You know, you think that you think that for Nate, you think he could ever fight again after that? I think he just wasn't prepared.


I just think the other part of the kid was more seasoned a little bit. He already had a fight. He's been he's been training for a while. And you could tell it just you could tell the skill level was a little bit different, you know? I mean, and it's just show you a little bit of Silca, how much a little bit of skill can help you fight. So I don't know. That's up to him, to be honest.


That's up to him.


Let you have an advantage because Damascenes hasn't put in over a year.


You know, I'm looking at that at the end of the day, we were supposed to fight in January before the car wreck. So this fight has been scheduled and I'm glad it's happening now. So I'm not really looking at, you know, the car accident. None of that, because, you know, you've got this is a big fight and you've got to put it to work. And I know it's going it's going to be a fight.


What are you looking forward or when will you know if Earl Spencer is one hundred percent good? Everybody's looking to see if, you know, he's lost a little something because of the accident.


When will you know I got to go in there and fill them out, you know, like going there, said the temple, Soulsby, Sears Power Station. And then we just go from there.


How you going to feel if Earl isn't one hundred percent and you still beat him? Will you will you take the W the same?


Of course, yeah. I mean, listen, he wants to beat me. He wants to hurt me. So I want to hurt him, you know. So it's a big fight. You know, the stage is set. It's a big fight. So there's no excuses at this at this level. You know, you put the hard working. You trained for many weeks and there's no excuses. You know, I'm saying. So that's I'm taking it.


You know, it's funny, man. When you get in the ring, it's not just you against the opponent, is you against the politics. And you have to beat a pinch, like decisively, because I feel like if it's close, like your fight with an opponent, they're going to give it to Earl because they don't want to miss that big money fight between Earl and Crawford. How did that how how does that how does that make your approach different?


You know, at the end of the day, I'm not really worried about that. You know, I came I came here to Texas. I'm in shape. And I know that, you know, if I win the fight, that I have faith in the judges. I'm going to have faith in the judges. Do you really believe be honest? No, not really.


But, you know, at the end of the day, I got to have I got to come in this fight with a positive attitude, you know, I'm saying so. But, yeah, like you said, those two close fights that will be razor thin. And I didn't get the decision, but I am fighting in his hometown. But, you know, hopefully I'm I can't worry about that. That's that's something I can't really worry about. That's out of my hands.


I can't worry about the judges. My job is to go in there and get the job done. And then after that, people could tell whoever they want to fight, you know?


I mean, yeah, they moved the fight to his home town. Do you have a say in that when that happens? Because I would feel like I don't think that's fair.


Well, yeah, what the fight was supposed to be November twenty first and the fight was supposed to be in California or Atlantic City, but there was no fans. And they asked me to say, look, you in order for a fight this big, you know, we need fans. You know, I'm saying we need some type. We need the revenue and I'm not going to be the type of person to know I don't want to do this, I don't want to do that.


I messed up the money. So I was just I was being a team player, you know, I'm saying at the end of the day, it's a ring anyway, so it doesn't matter where is that just because you find your hometown someplace to stay in their hometown and lose because it's too much pressure is too much pressure. So I really have no pressure. The pressure is on him to go out there, look good in front of his fans.


How important is this fight for Danny Garcia?


I feel like this is very important for me, just my legacy, you know, because I need this I need this big win. I won forty seven, you know, to take my career, you know, to a legendary Hall of Fame status.


Well, listen, we wish you the best on Saturday, man. My my barber my barber tie thinks that you're going to pull the upset against our competition. But what do you think? I think I'll go.


But but I respect that.


But I. But my butt was actually debating it yesterday in the barbershop literally yesterday. He was like, I got Danny. Yo, he's I think Danny shocked the world.


Yeah, I think it could happen. Oh yeah. For sure.


No, he's, you know, like me. I appreciate it. Yes, sir.


I will shout to Danny Garcia for joining us now. Charlamagne, you've got a positive note. Yes, man. The positive note is coming from my homegirl. Dr. Alphie saluted Dr. Alphie Noble. This is a good thing to remember on this five Friday.


You are not your worst mistake. Simple but profound.


Breakfast Club is your. It's pretty easy these days to feel disconnected, we're pulled in so many different directions and that can leave us feeling incredibly fragmented, but together we can grow more connected to ourselves and to each other. And that is what my new podcast is all about, coming home to our wholeness. Listen and follow. Holy Human with me. LeAnn Rimes on the I Heart radio at Apple podcast or wherever you listen to podcasts. This is Jenny Garth and Tori Spelling, and we're doing a podcast, and it's called Nine to one o m g.


You believe it's been 30 years? 30 years since what? Since we started.


Now to another. Oh, man. Since I graced you with my friendship. That means you're old. She's a year older, by the way. Listen to nine to one OMG on the I Heart radio app, on Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcast.