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What's up, everybody, we're L.A. comedy group, Obama's other daughters, and on our podcast, you download, we're discussing what's going on in the culture, everything from dating to therapy.

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Look, I got dumped on FaceTime, so I had to hold it together.

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I love you 50 percent. Right. To sit down with some of the most prominent for you. Ask some girl in the morning, but they tell me, oh yeah, I'm getting to show you people's choice. But I'm not sure because people you guys are the best breakfast club, which is. 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.

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Hello.

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Who's this? This is Kevin from Kevin Thornber. What up, brother? Get it off your chest. Yes. Well, I first want to say thank you for you guys and the platform that you provide for everyone. Thank you, brother. And I want to thank the listeners for support of my son and his video, it which is out on YouTube. Check it out. Oh yes. And your list is from Africa, Europe, support of my son.

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So I really appreciate you guys and listen. All right, brother, I just want to talk about the Pamela Harris. You know, she's a great pick, but social media dogged her saying she's not black enough and saying that the incarceration of black people and I was just doing a job and it just is just social media just killing especially black folks, which I don't understand. I don't understand. And nor do I get it either.

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It seems like it's especially black folks, but it's not especially black folks. A lot of that is is manufactured, you know, I mean, it's box, you know, it is a lot of people, black people that I'm obviously it's a lot, but it is a large amount of black people that don't like her. But a lot of that is boxed in. A lot of that is coming from the Trump administration.

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But that's that's that's expected. OK, OK.

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I got more than Boccherini. Yes.

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And I know you ride your bike, you'll be back for miles. If you're not busy Sunday, why don't you come up to my place and apply for justice at nine a.m.. It's a great event, Yasseen.

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I seem to make it mandatory in my son doing it. I might go do my ride at 5:00 in the morning and join ya.

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I, I was thinking about that today, but you know, I usually do my rounds 5:00 in the morning, so by the time I get back my kids is up so I can be here for breakfast. That's why I go so early.

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But we'll see. Maybe, maybe I will try to make it up there. Hello.

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Who's this. Hey this is the way college in Baltimore. It was something was something.

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Hey, how you doing man. I'm a huge fan of the show, man. I've been listening to y'all for years. I just really want to thank you for just doing what you are doing and being who you are. And I really, really appreciate it. Helped me through some tough times, man. So I definitely appreciate how much I do that.

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Thank you. Can you know a good now? No, I'm good man. I'm off. Today is my birthday man. So happy birthday. Happy birthday brother Leo. Yes. I'm a little bit off work overnight and honestly I listen to you guys while I'm putting away the boxes or whatnot. Working giant of the night so I'll be grinding. But you'll be helping me get through man. And thank you again. I really want to give a shout out to my cousin Chris man, my brother Clinton and my parents man.

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And I love the more Mormon and I love y'all. And I thank you all for let me on. Thank you. All right. Man speaking. Hello. Who's this?

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It is. Who's calling Ohio. What's up? Get it off your chest. Hey, I just wanted to talk about the election. I just think it's work. We pretty much vote and we got to vote for anybody just to get out of this. I mean, this thing like this is our only option after we see, like, off the record. So, you know what it is? It's just wack that we got to vote for them to get out there.

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All right. Let me show you're registered.

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What Harris's record I'm just talking about with all of the black magic overpowers what I'm thinking.

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What's the number of convictions? How many black men did you put behind bars? Like, what's the number? Cause I keep hearing people say that when I haven't seen any numbers. What's the number one?

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I've done all the research. I don't know the problem. And that is the that is the problem with some numbers, though.

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She you know, she is district attorney. You know, she feels like bars. But listen, I'm just saying that it's something in the office that's come together to, like, stand up against racism. I see. If we just wait for somebody to get in office to put us back to sleep or we wait for somebody to say right now we need to stand together like we've been doing and keep fighting, you know, who are we doing this?

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Instead of waiting for somebody to come in to try to save us? We're pacifies. That's all I'm saying. I agree with that.

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And it's not your fault, Senator, as it's about the presidency, just the V.P.. Now, I'm not voting for I know a little bit about who I'm not voting for Biden. I'm voting for Senator Harris.

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I'm not. And so are you, sir. Are you voting are you registered to vote register?

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But, man, it's so hard. It's tricky. Like, man, this is actually, man, I just don't feel like I want to give my vote to somebody that we've been standing together with. Nobody is coming to save you. We got to say. I mean, do me a favor. He's coming in to save us.

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I agree with you 100 percent. But I do think that we can use our collective power and we can use our collective black leverage to, you know, a. People that we want to elect and then we can hold them accountable once they get in those positions. I agree with you. I think black people have come together in a real way and we need to keep this collective pressure going way beyond what somebody in the White House.

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Well, thank you. All right. Get it off your chest.

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800 five eight five one zero five one. If you need to vent, hit us up. Now is the Breakfast Club. Good morning.

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The Breakfast Club. This is your time to get it off your chest, so the young man. I hear from you on the Breakfast Club that you've got something on your mind. Hello, who's this? Good morning. Is every Charlemagne's got you. Good morning. Good morning. Good morning. I want to start by saying congratulations on you guys. It's a radio Hall of Fame induction in Mesa. Yeah, no problem. In the United Charlamagne on the bike ride.

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And journalists don't know that. Oh. Saying that everybody invited Armstrong, the man on the bike ride and apparently bike riding and lower testosterone to cause erectile dysfunction because of the pressure that it causes when to sit on the back seat. It puts pressure on the left. That's called perineum and it can slow the blood flow. So I'm not trying to discredit or I'm not trying to sell my bike, but I've got Joe for him. Dobrev I got some gel for him, so maybe I'll got some nice gel for him to make sure he's I think he's trying to sabotage Charlemagne column one way or another.

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You know, he sounds like some sort of infiltration penetration, something he wants to do to my perineum. You know, Bobby Brown Remak. It's my top Iranian with the Perini man. It's like in between you and your monkey, I could use a medical term for it's called the Perennial. I just found that out myself. Thank you. You learn something new every day on the Breakfast Club. You get a particular Hall of Famers. You know, you can let the Hall of Famers go like.

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That's right. But I got I got some gel pants for you. Show me. You be good, man.

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No, Gilpin's take care. Everything between your ass and your penis, bro. You're not getting my Peronism. King didn't. Thank you, sir. Hello. Who's this? Hello. Hey, what's your name, bro? Nooria. Hey, Dorian, get it off your chest. Yeah, I got it. Used to be. I mean if you mash and fighting all the time, I mean we got the games we've ever had and we can't be in politics right now.

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And every chance we get like fight and not with the Democrats, we get oh, once again, I don't have time to have this conversation with people because if you're trying to get those disaffected voters or those young voters to come out, trust me when I tell you saying that you're the anti Trump just isn't enough. A lot of energy is behind Senator Kamala Harris right now. And a lot of energy is behind the fact that they actually have, you know, economic black agenda for for black folks.

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And people want it to be stronger. Yes, but it's a great start. But they've got to keep that momentum up, period. Every every single moment is advertised and every single moment is a commercial. Every single moment is promotion and marketing. What's going to make people come to the party in November?

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Putting Senator Harris on the fly with Joe Biden last night? There wasn't there was not enough of that in no way, shape or form.

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I think people complained when it was like, damn why Michelle Obama mentions in the ours, but she pretape before, you know, Senator Harris was the V.P. pick. So, yes, if you really want Joe Biden to win, then you'll be encouraging him to push an agenda and policy as well as Senator Harris as well. All right. Well, hello, who's this?

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Hi, this is Daphne I talked about yesterday, but I found it here on the phone. Hey, Stephanie, get it off your chest, Momma.

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You keep talking about people not being outraged about this whole voter suppression thing. I am literally terrified. I woke up the other day. I live on like a main street and there's a mailbox across the street. I woke up, like, scared that they took the mailbox away. And I keep checking every day and I'm like trying to get out the information that we need to go support the USGS, but also to make sure that our ballots are counted.

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But if you don't know what, what, what to do in a situation, this is the craziest thing ever to be happening right now.

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That's true. You can text us. Yes, two five zero four zero nine, and they'll send letters to your senators and representatives in support of the Postal Service. It takes like less than one minute. I actually did it yesterday. Just text USPS five zero four zero nine. But yesterday I did, you know, see the outrage I was looking for. It was actually a hashtag. It was divorced. Trump had like sixty thousand seventy thousand tweets.

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And it was, you know, people finally, I guess, realizing like, whoa, whoa, whoa, this dude is really trying to kill our democracy. Yes.

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We act like, you know, you see this happening in other countries or, you know, have happened dictatorships all the above. We act like it can't happen to us. But he is trying to do exactly that. We are not against such absolutely countries because of one person, because of a dictator, not because. Absolutely. Absolutely. So I had to go because I'm terrified, but I'm about and do my part. Well, thank you. Must get it off your chest.

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Eight hundred five eight five one two five one. If you need to vent. It is up now is the Breakfast Club. Good morning. The Breakfast Club. You down with black hair, you down with abolishing the prison industrial complex, you down with puppies, who is in jail with Puppy?

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Warning everybody is T.J. Envy, Angela Yee, Charlemagne, the guy we are the Breakfast Club, we got a special guest on the line right now, Sherri Shepherd.

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Hey, how you doing?

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I'm doing a little awkward, the first conversation between you and Angela. She was like, I know you ain't got no pants on.

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And you reply, I go on my wall because it's very business up at the top.

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And I like to sleep at the bottom because non-stop party on the bottom. And we were talking about you. We was talking about you this morning, Sherri. I never knew that she was on friends. Yes.

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You remember it was Gabrielle Union. I used to Tyler there with me.

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I learned that these are real things I gave you, my boy and I share my platoon. That was a memorable night.

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Me to say I'll be I didn't know paper. And people asked me to say the lines really I'm about to do.

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I didn't know what was happening. I thought you were having a stroke. I was like, I didn't know she was going to snap do it.

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Let me ask you this, Sherry. Did you ever used to watch friends before you were on an episode?

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Kaipara really didn't. I know. I really did, because there was nobody that looked like me. But I watch Living Single came here all the time. Yes. Which I was also on living single. But they had to fight for me to be on friends because the role that I did was written for a white person. And my agent said, just let her come in the room and audition and see what she does. And that's how I got hired.

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They never brought you back because you call it out. All the white people they said you left for court. That's hilarious. I was devastated. I was in my early twenties and I was so excited to be on friends because my you know, they had let my agents know that I did such a great job and that literally that particular episode was one of the top fan favorite, even to this day. And so I made a postcards with me and I brought up the color like my skin.

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Everything was just real colorized. And I put on the back of the postcard, friends finally got some color and I finishing to all the piece because we didn't have a, you know, all the social media. So I said, it's all my friends and fans and all of the producers at friends. And they never called me back. Like, sometimes if your character is will steal a scene, they will call you back to do other work. They never called me back for any auditions ever.

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And I was so devastated because I said that I was in the producers. So I'm not saying that they should have called me back, but I never was called back.

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Are they calling you more or they reached out to you? Now, with everything going on, the phone lines are starting to light up. Your agent is calling you Blake. Hey, we're getting a lot of offers right now, a lot of auditions.

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I'm hoping that that comes my way, you know, but I don't think my calls have increased because I think people just know me and they know my reputation. But I hope that that's happening for other people who didn't have, you know, the chances that I've had.

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Right. Are you not happy with the diversity? You called me for one thing.

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I don't know if you think I'll help you, but you say I mean, listen, you you have stayed working, though.

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So just for other people out there who are trying to make it right now, what is the difference that you see from when you first started in your career and now just was it a lot more difficult back then? And what advice would you give to young black women and young black men who are trying to break into the industry and having a difficult time?

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I think a number one is, you know, this is what you're supposed to do. Don't let anybody stop you because it only takes one person. I mean, even with the show I was promoting, Iglesias, Mr. Iglesias, Gabriel Iglesias, hired to be his love interest, they were they were auditioning name actresses who, you know, and someone from our wardrobe department, Elora Casado was a theater major in New York, but she had no agent in L.A. She was doing our wardrobe and in the head of the wardrobe went to Gabriel and said, would you just give her a chance to audition?

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That's something that you don't do. You could get fired for doing something like that. But being the person that he is, he that OK, a lawyer came in and blew him away. They hired her. They hired the wardrobe assistant to play his love interest. And it was she was amazing. They made her regular on the show. So that's why I tell people it only takes one person to believe in you. So this is what, you know, you're supposed to do, keep doing it.

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Now, what I see that's different now is now people are going, well, why can't the chief of staff of the hospital be a black person or a Latino person? So, you know, I think it is opening up because I had the reputation when I did friends. And suddenly, Susan, I used to be known as a black girl. They did all the white shows. Now you got leave the shows, Niecy Nash doing choirs and Viola Davis, How to get Away with Murder and Kerry Washington.

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So it is opening up more people behind the scenes. That's what we need. We got more with Sherri Shepherd when we come back.

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Don't Move is the Breakfast Club.

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The Breakfast Club. Morning, everybody, is C.J. Envy, Angela Ye Charlemagne, the guy we are, the Breakfast Club, was still kicking in with Sherri Shepherd.

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Now, you also have your podcast, too, Funny Mamas. We can't wait, Lisa. How much fun is that for you? Because that seems like something that you're doing just because you're passionate about. And it's a good time.

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I love doing Too Funny Man podcast. It's on YouTube, but you can subscribe on YouTube. And we're just you know, we're two single mothers. We're raising black boys. And we just happened to be we just love making people laugh. We're on tour and our ladies night out comedy tour completely. And I and we we talk about everything from Martun, from Don Lemon calling people out to, shall we say, during the core and see to how do you have covid sex back to how do you have confidence as a woman?

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How do you date? It's just the gamut of stuff, because we grown as women and we talk about roles. So we're on our seven, nine, seven episode right now. Right now, we have people coming at us wanting to pitch a TV show based on us. And, you know, ultimately, I would love Kim and I have a talk show.

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I would love that I have a 14 year old son. Right. Your son's 14th.

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He just turned 15. He's in high school. And I found out here he just had a Snapchat account. And on Snapchat account, he said he said, I like the WWE. I like the NBA, like Teen Titans and Nickelodeon, and I want a girl for you.

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So we want to go after his girlfriend.

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What if his girlfriend got a whoopty he got a hoodie like, you know, he's only 15 and say he should have a hoodie. If he ran around with a girl who got a Mercedes, then that means she's a grown woman like me and I'm a punter in a day amount to trying to get my stuff. So she should have that kind of money. Don't come on, my son. These older women are starting to look like the young man.

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And I can see older women looking at him. And I look at them, they go, you don't even have a uterus anymore to stop it.

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Oh, my gosh. But if I don't play around with my son, I'm one of those things.

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And whatever everything that's going on now, what conversations are you having with him now? Because he's he's 15, he's out and he's with his friends. And, you know, we seen what happened with George Floyd.

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We see what's going on with the world. Races are popping out crazy. So. So what conversations are you having with him?

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It's very hard for me because I just did a post about Elijah McClain, who was murdered by the police. And, you know, he was wearing a ski mask, which is people who have children with special needs are unique challenges. You know, those things. It helps your central nervous system. That's why you wear those kind of things. Jeffrey wears a hoodie because, you know, his head is the ground, his nervous system. He's socially awkward.

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So to know that a boy got murdered and they didn't get you know, he was saying to them, I'm an introvert, I'm different. And they weren't listening to him. I was saying this. It broke something in me yesterday. I swear it's very scary for me. And I try not to you know, I got an unreasonable, blackish sort of child. He does have a lot of benefits because I'm his mother. But at the end of the day, they don't know he's Sherri Shepherd son.

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And I tried to I want him to have his innocence. And I go out there with all of this fear so he can handle some of the conversation with them. Sometimes is like is too much, mommy, stop sending me all of the care and videos because I like going, you know, the WWE women. So I'm trying not to give them too much and let them be let them be happy and let them have his joy. What if, you know, I think I'm more anxious for me.

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He wants a girlfriend now. What if he brings home a white girl with that matter to you?

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Are you cool with whatever I want?

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The person would love my son. But I have to say, Angela, when you say that beer goes out of my body, it just does, because I'm saying all of these baggies and Kieran's and it's my fear at some point you go back to where you are. I'm a black woman. At some point I'm act like where I came from. I keep it suppressed a lot, but it will come out and I feel at some point you go and like who you are and that scares me.

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It scares me that there could be one misunderstanding and she can say, I'm going to call the police. You know, you got angry and that scared me so I would have a hard time. You know, I don't want to put that on him, but for me, it scares me.

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What a you cemetaries. I'm sorry. God got a sense of humor so I can see him. I can see him bringing home a a white woman actually named Karen who's driving a middle name.

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Becky.

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I can see that happening, you know, and you just have to I will love whoever my son brings and I don't want to put any of that on him. I would love if you love my son, I'm going to love you. I'm not going to say I don't have any trepidation, you know, and that's why I have to trust in God that he brings the right woman. But I sure hope she looked like me with along with.

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My goodness. Oh, she is crazy. Mr. Iglesias is on Netflix right now.

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Right. Is on right now, Mr. Glaciations. And I got a book, I mean, excuse me, I'm working on a book, and then I got a movie coming out called Best Week Ever on Netflix that'll be coming out in a couple of weeks. I got some of them. I'm in quarantine. I can't remember. But Mr. Glass, this is the big one in my pocket.

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All right, good. Thank you for joining us. On New Day, a new episode is out, a new podcast episode about today on YouTube. So I'm on it. I'll be listening. All right. Thank you for checking in. We appreciate you.

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Self finance, OK? And so my hope is to pay for the podcast. So there we go, Charlamagne.

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All right. Well, Sherri Shepherd is The Breakfast Club. Good morning.

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It's topic time because the phone call 855 one five one to join into the discussion with the Breakfast Club. Talk about it. Morning, everybody is the envy.

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Angela Ye Charlemagne, the guy we are The Breakfast Club. Good morning.

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Now, if you're just joining us, we're asking ladies, would you date a guy that drives a hootenannies came from our conversation with Sherri Shepherd this morning. Let's play a clip.

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What if he pulls up in a whoopty with that matter? You can move on out of here because here's the problem. I'm not putting you down. If you've got a hoop, you're working your way there. But you're going to have a problem as a man if you're you trying to keep up with me. So now I got to come down here. What value are you going to add to this relationship? I know what I'm bringing our level. We're going to be different.

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And what ultimately going to end up happening is you may feel affected as a man.

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So we're asking, would you let's go to the phone lines. Hello. Who's this?

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This is Lorenzo. Hey, Lorenzo. The guy that drives a whoopty.

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Yeah, I drive a whoopty right now. I'm a married man. When I met my wife, I drove a little bit. But we own rental properties. We got a nice house that we're proud of. And it's not an issue.

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It's not a business that, you know, sold out. Here you go. What kind of car do you drive?

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Because I want to know your definition of a whoopty because and this definition was all of OK, I drive a 2003 Ford Focus right now.

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OK, yeah. So who did you win you with checks. You write up that that is why don't you why don't you get into a car.

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I'm just curious.

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It's just not important to me. I'm more worried about getting more rental properties. I'm more worried about keeping my wife happy and leaving my kids when I'm gone. That's my focus. There you go.

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That's my Ford Focus. Thank you, brother. I've always Eddie, I'm kind of like your dad. You said he always drove a nice car. To be honest, this would always drive. Really?

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Would you like it if, like, you know, maybe your wife surprised you and bought you a new car? Would that be dope?

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Nah, it's going to get no. Get us another property. There you go.

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Because you know what? I'm not going to lie, though. Sometimes some cars get old and then you end up spending so much money fixing things, you might as well just get a new car.

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Now, get your own whoopty put a liability on it and you good.

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Not how much is a new. He ain't even got a new Ford Focus. Let me see how much is that run.

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Oh boy am I that you're laughing in my car.

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She laughed and she was not laughing. This is a wagon. Let's see how much can we get for it. OK, don't you forget you might get like three thousand dollars for it.

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How many miles you got on it went like one hundred ninety. Oh wow.

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Oh no. You know I get three thousand and you don't get about you got to get by.

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That's right. That's a that's a full focus brother. Yeah.

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You can say sorry it was wrong. No, she was talking about how she bringing a man up and he can't go where she could go. Men do that with women all the time, but women expect it and that's the difference.

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They expect women to take them places they couldn't go and things like that.

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So let's not generalize. There's a lot of places I can go that, you know, I'm not like I make myself a lot of places.

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So, you know, I get it. And she can take herself a lot of places. So I think her point was, I can do these things and if he can't do them, then it might hurt his own ego.

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I just want to give you a lot of props for having that Ford Focus with 200000 miles. You you stay clean out there, man.

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Hello. Who's this? This is Celia. Hey, you. Good morning. Morning. Good morning. Good morning.

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We're asking, would you date a guy that drives a whoopty.

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Well, in my younger days, it wouldn't have been a deal breaker, but I'm in my mid thirties. And I think that if you don't have if your life choices haven't led you to at least have a reliable vehicle in your mid thirties, then we'll probably buttheads. What if it's a reliable whoopty I still think, you know, it should be it should be something up the day and night. I think I hope it doesn't go hand in hand with reliable who to me is like it's run down.

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It's not up to par. You probably have problems with it. It's not you know, it's not right. If you're in your midst, they're. That you should be you know, you should have something nice and reliable. I agree with you and I agree that when you're younger and things like that don't matter because we are struggling, trying to make it. But when you get to a certain age, you like, OK, I don't want to have, like, struggle love anymore.

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Right. And I understand things happen, but like, I don't want to have to weed through, like, OK, are you just going through something or is this just who you are? Are you just a person that doesn't make good decisions, you know, at least at least come up with a reliable up to date vehicle and then he's like, oh, my car broke down.

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Can I use your car to get to work?

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Then you drop them off at work and seven children. I don't even know. I don't hate you for all those kids in the car.

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She got a minivan. I can't see minivan. Kids eight.

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She got the dirt road so much. I can't even believe I'm talking to you.

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Even with a third row. What kind of car? You got the seats? Eight. I have a Chrysler, a Dodge or what is it, a Chrysler town.

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I know she has that town and country.

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There's no way in hell you get all seven kids in that one. You can go in the middle. Three in the back, one in the front.

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Yeah. And I have teenagers and and sometimes I have my kids and a couple of their friends. They squeeze in and we make it happen.

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Lap it up baby registe. So who gets to ride shotgun. They all fight over it. So I don't just let my oldest get the shotgun because she's the oldest. If my five year old calls it first than that is who gets it. Let's be honest, Bailey fights and sometimes fist fights over the press.

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When your husband's in the car with you, one of the kids got to sit on the floor. Oh, yeah.

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Are you going to assume that she's a single mom raising seven amazing kids? One of them got to sit on the floor of the car.

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You got to at least have up to date car because I'm Bill seven by myself. So I know if you're if you're just you, then you can have a decent guy that might be too boring or anything.

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I got to have a tractor trailer if I date you, though. She's Jewish.

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Not all women with children are liabilities and not all women with less are no children or assets.

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Yeah, I just got to get all the kid in the car. How are you going to get to my house for Christmas? We got to get a tractor trailer to get everybody to change it. Well, gee, look, I race.

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We're the whole party. You know, you don't have to send out a bunch of invitations.

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Just invite me for the pandemic. You were straight because you had your seven kids and they had things to do. They were playing with each other the whole time.

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I have a great idea for a business for you. You know how they have, like, people that you can hire if you don't have a lot of friends. If there's people whose kids don't have a lot of friends, they could just call you. If you can't bring semino, you bring all the kids and then you just charge them.

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Yeah. And there's a party. It's like the wedding singer, but it's like the friends.

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Right are the kids. God bless you, Mama. I want more kids. I want ten kids. My wife not trying to have it. I'm trying to have more and more and more and more kids.

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What's the moral of the story. The moral of the story is we don't want no scrubs. That's what it sounded like. Now I understand the diamond in the rough thing. I think when we're younger and we're not in that space and we're all trying to come up together, it means a lot. And there are some women who are OK with, you know, that. And we did speak to a man who actually has a lot of properties and cars aren't important to him.

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But I do think, you know, we don't want to be having to pick you up on the side of the road because your car broke down. We don't want you having to ask us to drive our car because your car broke down. You can't get to work. So I think as long as you have something decent that works and, you know, it could work out. But some people like Sherri Shepherd, she's just not with it.

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All right. But like this, The Breakfast Club.

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Good morning. The Breakfast Club. Welcome to the Criminally, a podcast, I'm Holly Fry, and I'm Maria Tomoaki. And together we're exploring the intersection of history, a true crime. Our first season of the show is all about lady poisoners. Sometimes women take power for themselves and sometimes they do it through murder. But how many were just misunderstood? Join us on criminality as we untangle their stories on the radio app, Apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts.

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Back to you, checking out the world's most dangerous morning show. Morning, everybody is deejayed Angeles all the way to go. We are The Breakfast Club. He has a special guest in the building. The album is out right now.

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We got the locks down to what was going on.

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Alemão right now. Everything great?

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Feeling good? Yes, sir. That was a joke. Yeah. I mean, everything is good, man. The album sounds amazing. It's amazing.

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So that is one of those albums that make you want to go on a jog, as Chris is doing right now, or made you want to hop on a bike or make it count. It gives you the feeling it we're starting to feel. So let's talk about the album. The pandemic started before pandemic get together in the studio. Kind of this definitely before, man.

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We had a bunch of records and we made a bunch of new ones this way before everything took place. Yeah, it's lovely in the studio.

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Definitely. We've been working for ever since the people been asking for it, but trying to get the business straight and ownership of the Masters. And so, I mean, that was really the time lapse between all of the albums once we saw with Roc Nation and got a partnership able to own their own music and be in control of our business, we finally decided to let it out.

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Twenty years is very hard. That's how long you take to get your rights back. In this case, you. But now we've been giving you like trinities and all kind of projects. So they have something to tell their members, little finger food. But this is a this is the answer prepared by Big Mama.

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Yeah.

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Don't even when you look at the statistics, you like that and it's like it's only the last third album, like it seems like to put out so much catalog. You can't believe the way we have been putting out a bunch that kills me when we do interviews, they say so you know, for third fourth album like the eighty is so that we only got it makes it mix tapes, count it for albums. We probably have the most albums. Absolutely, yes.

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In fact, how is the creative process changed as you've gotten older? You know, it was twenty years ago that the last like that, you know, you do put out my music solo projects, mixtape everything. How is the creative process changed? You've got not really not really creatively more like content, because we got all the things we talked about before.

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We was trying to get our hands on a kilo and now I mean, now we own businesses and all that type of stuff. So you've got to figure out a crafty way to just show you have evolution.

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I was watching the podcast each day with Mary J. Blige and Angie Martinez, and she was talking about how, you know, how she knew y'all growing up. And she says now seven and live here, we're saying and, you know, taking the demo, we'll bring it to people. I always thought if Mary would have started a label at that time, would you have signed the Mary? Absolutely.

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Definitely shout out to Mary. She's like, I always tell people she don't want anything after that. Even Mary probably did my best business with us, didn't anybody? Absolutely. It wouldn't. Nick, it didn't work. Does in you even get to find this video? It's all about finding your Nathaniel. Nineteen and nine cousins. Get that I man a man about how to take that man back, get to find his feet who was part of the entourage that actually passed.

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So to take that we passed him, we let him get the files. Wow.

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You know, you talk about the evolution of your music, man. A record like this, you like like we'll place that I have to get in your lives to realize, like, that's the message you want to send in the song because you represent the speech and now you're trying to get brothers out of. Absolutely. Like I said, I was born in the streets of the small enough to move, you know what I mean? Whatever I went through, I don't want my kids to go through at all.

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So kind of that's what I with.

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And just putting that message out there to the young dudes, that was like, gosh, that's probably still hustling, you know, I mean, take a penitentiary chances you do it to get out of the game. Absolutely. You want to risk your life stated, you know, I mean, to make a better way for yourself, your family, your loved ones. If you go getting out of it, you don't. We say stop. I said, if we don't get our message to the hood, who will take over a lot of the regular world who hear hip hop kind of misconstrued all the time.

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I think when people just want to always be in, a lot of people want better. A lot of people want to shop at a lot of situations. They have to be informed that it's possible and know that it's cool to do it in school, to strive for a better life. And a lot of people are mostly like that. But most people don't know what want to broadcast the message to the best of our ability, not evolution is evident.

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I mean, you know, your brother's justyn your plant based. You see all of the exercising in the. Well, what do you do when a brother comes up to you and said, yo, I stabbed somebody to the back in the day, I shot somebody to some lights, music back in the day.

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I heard that one all the time. Yo, you got me to my bed and this and that and yell a while and see our son. I mean, like, that's what's up. I've been feeling horrible.

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I got like, I, I apologize. I feel horrible. I say we got to go to bed, you know what I mean. But it happens like, you know, the part of the energy and you understand it, but that's all all about process. And so we take those exact moments and say I that happened to happen with us. Now we got to move forward and better.

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Now, you guys have been together for a long time as a group and not one time have we heard of the last fight in Biffin bickering. And you don't hate our groups at all. So how have you guys stay so silent at the time? Because, I mean, your brother's brothers got to fight once in a while when they were behind the door.

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Man, once we got any disagreements, we go away. Yeah. To everybody, you know, let get your ventilate amongst each other's, curse each other out, whatever what we leave did we go out the door and close it. All that stuff stays in the door. And he basically coming in and it definitely won't be on social media. None of that ever official who can extend who gets cast out the most.

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Probably, yes, definitely, probably. Look, I don't know. He's just single child. You're right, children, you have to share the room, OK? We just have to share rooms. So he's a Gemini? Yeah. That's what I was gonna say to you. Gemini is crazy. Like like one of the best sources of material football nowadays.

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It's the new way. Yeah. I use it to your advantage. Don't let it disrupt your mentality or your meant to know. What about the what about my American record. So I don't especially like you know, we talk some real stuff on the air. It's like a lot it's actually took a lot to make that record. Yeah.

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From the late 90s that I wish we could have documented that session. It was a rough. Yeah. What would happen in this session. Also rough about it to do it a little bit. You know, I mean, we had to call me back, brought me back to a lot of things I was going through. So I was trying to express it. But Lou's called me and I heard the thing and just touched my soul again, just trying to get through it very hard to late, but made it through the hug me left me lump absolutely came back, checked on me saying good and bad at the screen had to go at but first came out on the record.

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You say you talk about you don't cry so much you almost tired of crying. Oh yeah. Especially now covid black people. Racism is every day you of climb. Like you said, sometimes it's very, very dark time. That's why very dark times like like like I was wondering, I'm hearing this song, I'm just I'm like, what's an ideal America for your. Wow, that's a great question, I think.

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I think the idea of America for me is definitely where will we get some equality first and foremost, like we got to be way about our kids when they absolutely have shot a fair shot point blank.

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I think we've been we've been spiritually attacked for so long. That is the toll is too much now, like, you know what I mean? And I think we just need some equality of fairness as human beings, like has been for for too long. And I think the whole world, just as human beings, should want to step up. So a lot of black and white kids makes a lot of mixed races. You not so much division that is just overwhelmingly people.

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We got more with the laughs when we come back. Keep it locked. It's The Breakfast Club. Good morning. Good morning, everybody.

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Is D.J. Evangelii Charlamagne, the guy? We are the Breakfast Club. We got the locks in the building.

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Now, you know what I want to ask? You know, watching the versus battle. Right. And watching so many people give the flowers the kiss, did that make you guys want to say, you know what a lot to do overseas? Because, I mean, you've got so many joints and so many people forget about so many some of the street anthems and it's and all the other things that you guys put out. But that's something that you guys would think about doing because you're the next that we've been accepting.

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So I think we need to do one. I would love for the likes to do one because versus just one and only platforms where you don't matter about your accolades, no matter what you. So you get up there and strategize your playlist accordingly is about that.

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You have to be the right guy to be the right person.

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So it's all about cultural catalog with the verses that. And what did you get? When would it be, who would it be against? I don't know. I think that I have a very unique space in rap. Like, I can't I can't even think is the three main rap groups. And that's what I'm saying. Like, I don't know how it plays place in rap. I always say there have to be like Dipset or like. But, you know, they're not really a group.

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Right. Is this a bunch of different artists? Doing it is a bunch of different. It could be like Outkast. Miguel Go sets that group.

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I mean, I have to be Diplock versus the versus the black lumps is what you always say.

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Everybody ain't even together no more man. Yeah. What one strike. You can't and only only have it Kishor without peace because you know he does everything else. If you call it a group and only two members show up, you're ready. Yeah. I mean know that I grew up watching one twelve. I went to members. There was only eleven.

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What did you think when you see Jadakiss and he was drunk and how they had that was good.

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I thought he was you know, I was heavy. That's why I'm so drunk. They didn't let me smoke Lobna regular. It was kind of like regular for me like that. They always like, you know, like that. Yeah, I like to say it like that to the world, but to them, I was right before the show, you know, I would go, you know, I mean, so that's that's right. Before the show ended you so I was drunk and it happened to be honest.

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Watching.

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Oh, celebrate was it said the Taliban dead on and off they go.

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I had to throw it back when I was chilling watching that. That was a good one, really.

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For now. The record due to me. Is it difficult even at this stage of your career to go in and make those make those kind of records? Could this radio woman friendly records and now we actually have fun making it.

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We always call the Sky Sports great. We have fun. We made like three records that night. So it was, you know, young blocks would have been a little stubborn to that kind of song. But like I said, we've grown up now, so I know a record.

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You probably love styles. I was thinking a that's definitely the question.

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Yeah, well, the man reminds me of the locks and locked out of there. They remind me of the locks. Everybody who lives.

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Hey, guys, you know, wax offspring, they've got energy. They definitely got that street energy. We we salute them. We night we give a big nod to what they do, like all the younger fellows who carry the torch and what we do, we like to salute the grumpy dudes, man.

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We like some of the new guys, man. We love it when you all go in the studio with them. I know you think I got a bus to ask, though. Absolutely. Yeah, I know.

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Everybody's the same as everybody. Yeah. That's how we rap with each other. When I hear and styles, I'm like, man, I got to go in period. Huh.

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Well, I need to ask about that because I'm listening to the album and I've got to say, Man Chic, I think I might have to give you. On this album, I was I was getting busy right with it, as you know, so I like having fun, man. I like having fun and that's it. Or I look at it.

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Do you like what was the inspiration? What made you say I'm about to really go in on this one? I got lose my brothers man in the world who have a sleeping on me. I'm like, dude, silverback, I'm here, let's get it.

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And I think two times a week, like we heard Styles music, we heard Kiss, we haven't heard in a minute. So absolutely he was.

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Well, that's. No, absolutely. Yeah. Appreciate that man.

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So kiss in style when you out here in an album and you're like, damn, she's going in, you know, kiss you like dance styles going in the style that she's going in. How does that make you feel as emcees. So win for the team. You ain't like winners of this is to win. I mean, absolutely. That's that's what that's like crutches. Crutches. Yeah, definitely the next one.

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You know, people say that I just planning to get his ass so remixes and everything bro. But now that's a beautiful thing. I think that's what keeps our brother. We know if one is winning with all winning any time, I'll go first. Anyway, I already know I was set up for failure. Any time you lead off the track with these two, I'll be like, you know, I'm just doing my part, man, but not all of us.

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That's what we do. We'll feel it.

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Did the Rough Riders documentary bring out here, sitting back and watching that? Would you like reliving those moments?

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I mean, I actually watched it all last night. I never watched it last night. I watched all of that. What I thought I was amazing. Yeah, I'm just I'm on a binge. Watched all five watch. Last night, I walked out to my son's birthday party. I didn't know where I was, something I didn't even know about on that on that on the day I learned my lesson in history about them before they actually got to us.

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I know some of that stuff.

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Like I like how I was on as he was going. This is it's just night. I even know that had to be so calm and cool, like, you know what I mean?

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You know, I mean, while I was going in living rooms and looking at how I got out of the contract, jacketed DMX, I don't know, you know, some of that. But I mean, you know, we knew about us being some of the those stuff every day with us. I was like, you know, I mean but I thought it was always like this in his own. But, you know. Yeah, I like watching.

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I appreciate watching it and just seeing from, you know, how long we made a bad boy to ride it. And now that evolution was pretty much really dope, like you want to move because I finished it up last night to think, you know, I finish it up just as the album's coming out. So just kind of, you know, like, wow, we've been here for a while and still look, we'll still run from our draft class.

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A lot of people, you know, people love with it. Like we get a lot of support from people and able to balance the streets and sort of the mainstream also, really. And we was rice and extremely well. Yeah.

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Oh, yeah, yeah. I have no idea where. So that was beautiful. What do you compare it to those styles? When I see it, I just see some young brothers from the hood trying to make it like this. What is ghetto for one for I mean a lot of tactics and I don't want a Chevy puff.

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I'm happy and I'm glad he did that whole Boston thing the way he did. Okay. Yeah, I was like the boss that I was.

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I was really glad of the boss. The editor was just, you know, because I don't know, we just got to the bosses.

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They weren't good. I was all the way in South Carolina at the time and there wasn't no social media today. And I heard about that story. I'm like, how did I know about this? I was all over the ready and it was like the lads held it down.

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Listen now to me, we would have just been getting out of jail right now.

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That's a fact. I think they covered enough. Like, as far as y'all are concerned, are they more of a story? This is still some stuff for us. It's all about us. That's why we got the documents. There's a lot of us. I think a lot story's going to be what is the documentary coming? You're trying to get a home for it now, so. Yeah, no, no, it's done. Yes.

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We got more with the laughs. Will we come back? Keep it locked. It's The Breakfast Club. Good morning. Good morning, everybody. Is D.J. M.V. Angela Charlamagne, the guy we are the Breakfast Club. We got the locks in the building.

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Charlamagne, I wonder if y'all going to address this on the docket. See, on the Friday that I never knew DMX was doing doing shots at y'all on that record, Trinamool of the Great Depression. What was that? Oh, what do you say? So treat them OK. I don't know how that go.

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Yeah, they say, you know, I wasn't I wasn't I wasn't really into that because I was looking at I was looking at this list and it was dishrag because you didn't know I was distracted. And it was like DMX Trena Mole because I guess he was mad at you all. I know what he was mad about. They said, that's that's why I'm asking about it. You know, he doesn't he just just kind of threw me off just now.

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I call him evidence that this is a member, the team he just opened up the all over Helfrich, you know, of course, can't be successful without friction. Yeah. X is Ojito X, you know, he's been running around a little before. It's a lot before he still he even still sound fresh. I'll move on. I mean, obviously he came in the studio already there he was on time and everything came in the studio ready to work.

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Yeah. Why do you think Yankees, Yankees, Yankees don't get the credit he deserves for all this? Contributed to the coaching from Mary to the lacks the X, not one of the boroughs. Well, that area one, you didn't know where it was that at first it was actually a and then charge you. That's upstate. They didn't like Vernon in New Rochelle and all that.

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And so we came on the scene and I think all the acts you just name as far as X, Mary and I, so we just give you ourselves like we we happen to just get successful from being ourselves. We're not selling you anything. Excellent. All the movements you see, all the buyers you see, anything you see from us is we don't we. Right in any industry waves. Right. Don't follow the guidelines. We do what we do.

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We do it how we do it. And it's you know, I think I think we I think we do. But it's just like it's raw. It's awesome. I mean, it's not all of the glamour and glitz and all the hoopla like I think, no, our biggest thing in the world would be marrying the. Because that's just my. No, no. You know what I mean. Not like, you know. So she's, you know, the greatest one of the greatest female on every single day.

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I never thought of that. You're right. You're right. You just have to be like, oh, yeah, who would it be like? I'm going to be like Aretha Franklin or somebody I know that I have a first look at versus the mop, the kitchen, the Mary's.

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Okay, that's what I'm talking about. It's not even close. So I think when you think when you just make more organic, authentic music, you come from a place like where we come from. You know, you see the attitude we give all that energy saving. You know, you go with it or not, right? Absolutely.

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You think I made the bar too high for young women, not just y'all, but when you got X, when you got married, when you got the likes of you, a young artist from Yonkers, that's a very high bar.

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I think the bar was high. It definitely was high back then.

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But right now that can't right now it ain't even thinking about it is that, you know, your resources. You got to use your resources, because I think that was one of the spotty downfalls is not doing old songs with the locks that hurt them. So coming for a while, you get in the game, you got utilize your while resources. That's creative. And even those body people from Yonkers till you said, I don't even know that I thought it was from Jersey on the block.

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One of them. I went to school with one of them and one of them lived on my block for his whole life. What do you take that one?

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They did not approach of they know us.

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We call it we never before. They just tried to do it without the power to tell us what to do with our connection.

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They want to say they stood on our independence.

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I heard that. Beat them in the ass in the long run. Hey, you know what I think it is, too? If you think about again, think about X, we think of our very strong arsenal. I think a lot of people don't know what took place and how long it took in all our trials and tribulations. And we tried Lucija, you can try and try, but anybody jump up and down, you won't even support it.

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You know, timeless music is always relevant, man, but does it ever disappoint you? I'll put you in like a little dark state when you realize, like, the content of filthy America is still so relevant right now. Like that could have been album you all put out day and.

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Yeah, some kind of songs always going to get overlooked. Those type of messages, those type of. So you just got to hope people like yourself absorb it and able to appreciate it. And maybe a few years they'll look back and say, oh this. This was something we should have paid more attention to. I think me, I think just the state of where we act like I'm saying, and think about how that could work right now. It is.

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It is the president. But try to see the light at the end of the tunnel and understand that as we at point, we've been at the boiling point for a long time. So, you know, they get a lot worse, maybe even a little worse. But change is definitely going to have to put us in this.

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Any trouble to TV time about I've done more for the blacks and this and that and we'll need you to do for us. We just make it fair so we can do for ourselves as a bar. I feel like that with all politicians. Don't I just just make you face what we can do for us. Oh, I like that. Yeah. We got to stop by the politicians and that's what it is. At the end of the day, we have moved.

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I don't want to I don't know the doctor's name. I think his doctor is wrong. Yeah. If you don't have economical power, like you said, we don't mean nothing will kill a lot of other races in this country besides black people. We have more economic power. I feel Dems, the blue side in the red side pulls two birds to two wings of one bird. What have we gotten out of this party? It's like it's the same constitution.

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No matter what party you think is still the same constitution that was made. We were slaves of women, didn't count for anything. So everything else in the world has advanced and change from clothes to technology to the microphone on to the way they speak to light, to everything. Everything has advanced except this constitution was made by racist white men hundreds of years ago. So how is the Republican Party going to work for anybody? I think you talk about Darity Styles, but not the Darity, William Darity, the big right, in case you've been running for a long time.

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How far do you run?

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Actually, power walking a go from White Plains church and church, having White Plains to the Katsuko dare go up the stairs a few times. It's about eight and a Half Men. I see people walking past you like you on the block, like Yo does down. Don't you see some people I usually see happen here every morning riding his bike?

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I know we don't want to keep you off your workout style. He dress ready to go for a run.

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He said he got at about two o'clock today. So yeah, I him my little three miles.

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Then you got to go out the watch. The price is right. Absolutely everything. So the price is right. That's right. Give me your ticket. You you want to price is right. Oh yeah. You don't do nothing to me. Watch the prices. No the studio. You can't have me do I. I've even a family vacation. I go hey you got to watch. The price is right. That will be one of the highest rated prices.

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Right. If she loses on the price is right. One more animal win and a back and forth they call me up pimp.

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Do you like the way they look at work? Come on down work.

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I want to just salute you all on being legends, man. Your longevity in the game that needs to be celebrated, you know, I mean, you just celebrated that twenty years later you're on your third question.

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Absolutely was love. Oh yeah. I'll be safe. I have to go.

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I thought, oh, it's time but don't of the day. Don't you dare dump me. I'm a Democrat. So being donkey today, a little bit of a mixed bag like I don't feel the other day. Now I've been called a lot of my twenty three years.

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The Donkey of the Day is a new way.

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Donkey today goes to a hip hop music producer named J.W. Lucas. I have never heard of this individual in my life. I didn't know he existed until yesterday. And we have heard him. No, I haven't actually. I've heard him. Nope, OK, but he's produced for little Uzi Jack Harlow, the baby and pop smoked. So says the shade room and genius. I feel like I am giving this man what he wants and what he seems to want it attention.

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I don't know how or why you wake up and go to your social media and open up your Twitter and decide to tweet out something like this. This is what J.W. Lucas tweeted out. Why is the world asking for justice for hashtag Briona Taylor? Of course, you shouldn't have lost their life. But do you realize that she was involved with multiple drug dealers who were using her house as a trap spot? If you sign up for that life, there are consequences.

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In tweet, he actually posted that those words came out of his thumbs. First of all, none of that is true, right? None of that is true. Let's just start there. None of that is true. We should all know the story of Rihanna Taylor by now. If you don't, here's a quick recap. Shortly after midnight on March 13th, Louisville police officers executing a. A warrant used a battering ram to enter the apartment of 26 year old Brianna Taylor, contrary to J.W. Lucas's dumb ass tweet.

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She was not a trap queen. She was an emergency room technician. All right. She was in bed with her husband. I mean, her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, OK, when they both heard the door get back down, it was a brief exchange and kind of did what I believe any human in America who owns a firearm would do if someone broke into his house. And that's let the hammer fly. All right. That's exactly what the right to bear arms is all about.

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OK, the Second Amendment is the right for people to possess weapons for their own defense. There is not a man, woman or child in America who owns a gun, who knows how to fire a gun, who would not have done the same thing in that situation. OK, can a fire police fire back several shots and pull? Brianna Taylor was murdered. Now, there was so many things wrong with the situation, but the main problem was police have been investigating two men who they believe was selling drugs out of a house that was far from Miss Taylor's home.

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OK, but a judge had also signed the warrant allowing the police to search Mrs. Taylor's residence because the police said they believed that one of the two men had used her apartment to receive packages.

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No drugs were found in the apartment. OK, none, the police report contain multiple areas. They listed Brianna Taylor's injuries as none, even though she had been shot eight times. And they say they had not forced they they did not force their way into the apartment, though they used a battering ram to break the door open. And police had already located the main suspect in the investigation. By the time they decided to run up in Brianna's apartment. So they had who they were looking for already.

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OK, the moral of the story is J.W. Lucas doesn't know what the hell he's talking about. And only in America will the white man find a way to defend the oppressor while making the oppressed a victim. Now, I saw on Hollywood unlocked in the shade room yesterday where one of our fearless leaders, Queen Tamika Mallory, dropped on a close bond with Tamika Malik speaking to J.W. Lucas.

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Some people said Tamika was wasting our time. I don't think standing up for Brianna Taylor or any black person who has lost their life due to systemic racism is a waste of time. I thought maybe this guy, J.W. Lucas, would have come to his senses and let him you could talk some sense into him after being corrected.

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But no, let's listen.

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Extremely racist for a white man to try to tell black people what we are doing, where we need to go.

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What are you that that is part of the game? It is the truth of the matter to me that I should be honest to be a leader in the Black Lives Matter movement because I'm more capable than you. I guess I am. You know what? You don't understand the nature of reality. It's all negative externalities must be eliminated.

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The people that you do business with to make the decision about whether or not what you're saying and the propaganda and the lies that you're spreading is something that they should continue to support. So what I promise you is that you will have to deal with me for the rest of your life because anybody you do business with, I'm going to show up to make sure that they know that you are a racist. And that sort of rhetoric and the tone that you're using is extremely dangerous and that you disrespected the life of a young 20.

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Never, never. I will not accept any of your colors if you don't give a fuck about deep breathing problem to me because you care about your own political gain, the white privilege oozing out of his pores.

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Right. First of all, people really need to watch their tone when it comes to talking to Queens like Tamika Mallory.

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Second of all, for him to say he can lead the movement better than Tamika, what do you even say to that?

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Like, what's your response? Why do you even dignify that with a response? Why does he feel comfortable talking like that and saying, I'm disgusted? He could he could lead the movement better than Tamika? You know why? Because he's a white man talking to a black person, especially a black woman. So it's a level of superiority and privilege that just comes with that. All right. Sexism, racism, we already know what it is. Now, keep in mind, he's a hip hop producer.

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So he was also on last night talking hip hop. Listen to what this man said about our culture.

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You're calling me a culture when I am telling you that I bring more to Hip-Hop culture than anyone in it, period.

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He does more for hip hop than anyone in it. That's crazy. I love you. How do you tell yesterday, OK, to call Cassidy the unmitigated, ghostly, pale gall of this human. You know, J.W., feel how you want to feel. Say what you want to say. It's America. You have that right. Do your thing. But there has to be consequences and repercussions for people who talk like this. You can have freedom of speech, but you cannot be free of the consequences of said speech.

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And this is why we need our own version of like the Southern Poverty Law Center or the ADL, these organizations that fight against bigotry and racism. When someone does it says something that's offensive, you know, to our culture, hip hop blackness. We should be organized to have an organization that lets people know this, saying welcome, OK. We see it happen to people all the time, but for some reason, when it comes to hip hop and in blackness, people are just allowed to continuously disrespect us and nobody says anything.

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All right. Nothing happens. Case in point, as I've said before, we can't even get the cops who kill us fired. We can't even get people cancelled when they kill us. So, of course, someone like J.W. Lucas feels comfortable disrespecting us on all levels while making money and in off our culture. Jay Lucas, today is a nice day and I don't know where you're located in the world, but it's summertime. I know you're in America.

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It's summertime and it's nice out. So at some point today, I want you to go outside barefoot if you can't put your feet in the ground, OK, get grounded. All right. Take a few deep ocean breaths. Make sure you're inhales and exhales are long, full and deep after you do that.

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Look up. Look up, look up, look up. There is a star at the center of the solar system is the foundation of the solar system. It's a nearly perfect pair of hot plasma. I want you to look at it, feel the rays from it, let it shine on your white skin and say to yourself, sun, stream it sun and then spell it to yourself as you give me a kiss.

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Give me a you give me a hand and let it be a reminder to you that sun means shut up now. That's what you have to do when you feel like tweeting something stupid or getting on live and saying something stupid. Just go outside and get some sun and remind yourself that shut up.

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And yes, white folks can be in words to please let me give J.W. Lucas the biggest here.

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He ha ha ha. You stupid mother. Are you dumb?

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All right. Mm hmm. I was surprised at you, brother. Who you. This is usually what we do a pity party or something like that. You gonna do that today? I'm just a clown emojis.

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You know, if, you know, we can do clown emoji, but we need to do is go in his comments. J.W. Lucas, seven oh two. All right. J.W. Lucas, seven. Go to and put a bunch of suns in his comets.

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Right. And say, shut up.

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OK, and let's see let's see if he's stupid enough to get on live later and say, I got a bunch of people telling me to shut up and let's see what happens. Guys, this is a good social experiment. Let's see how far he's willing to take this. OK, go to his comments. His Instagram is J.W. Lucas, J.W. l you see a seven oh two oh. He must be in Vegas and put a bunch of suns. Just put this sun in his comments with the phrase shut up.

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OK, ok, ok. All right. All right.

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We got more coming up next with a breakfast club, The Breakfast Club. Come on, relationship advice, any personal advice, just real, really, I call up now for aski bread warning everybody is D.J. Envy, Angela Ye Charlemagne, the guy we are The Breakfast Club.

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It's time for Ask Ye.

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Hello, who's this. That is VA. VA. What's up bro. What's your question for you. I checked.

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Listen to Charlamagne. I know this a lot of stuff all through but so not the police of the Tampa don't like the TV over there. And you know, and I really don't like that, you know I'm saying that I like them so we can go with them. I like to at about six o'clock, I'm like, oh, I see. Like my dad coming over there like nine o'clock in the want to play. Yes. Which is why only the top movies only talk like that.

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So I'm like, I'm a beta blocker. You can't be there. Oh you can't be there. So I'm just killing them. I would like to get back on the table. My wife lt was just you just to see what I'm saying. And outlanders. Any personal. Personal. Mm hmm. Well they I back and she, she won't get the care, she can get little so please stand up like that. I'm trying to play call what you're trying to do.

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I'm trying to play call. What you're trying to do is follow me.

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Oh he swung on you. My goodness. He got that prison mentality. He did like sixteen years in prison. You feel me. So he get out like 2016 or whatever. So he got two girlfriends over there with obviously Tyler trying to hey you fairly Chinese. So I pick them up but I swing, I just break everything like you saw them everywhere. Like play you crazy. So his you come over like how unless you come over. Really.

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Oh man. By myself I this Pete I'm from Camp Obama. I'm trying to chill chill. But you know I'm saying we get out of the party like don't call the police in my house. I'm like don't call the police. I ain't never called no one a day in my life. I don't have to go anyway. I'm still I'm still hot right now. I still need Bobby.

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Oh, my gosh. You're going to listen. Let's be clear. People will get into a fight over a game of spades. That's kind of the initiator where you're drinking. Yeah, I was drinking.

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He was drinking. But I'm you know, he even picked up a bottle this morning. It happened.

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I'm gonna tell you something. The one time when I was growing up, there was a big fight. It was my 21st birthday. I had a party at my parents house and the fight was over a game of spades. And somebody did grab a bottle breakage. I just pulled out a baseball bat, a gun. They broke through the glass. Things got very out of hand at your family house.

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Yes, my dad would tell you the story and I'll tell you who was involved in that fight, Benny Boom, the director. But anyway, so I will say a couple of things. Yeah. Girl was telling you to tell your wife was telling you to chill because she knows her dad. Right. Right. And you didn't show. Right. And then things escalated, huh?

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Well, you know, I feel if I'm right, it's so the issue. You don't want to be fighting with your wife's father. Like, that's just out of order. It's unnecessary. Y'all ain't even got no real problem with each other.

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Right. Right. I'm from Florida, OK?

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That people that got to do anything, would it be heavy lifting? What's more important to you, your wife I don't even want or your pride ground, Facebook, Instagram, Facebook, nothing blocked numbers.

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Everything, everything got to go. I'm a Libra also. Like I keep telling her like this, you got to you've got to give it all. I don't even play like you don't want to say. Don't talk, don't call the police. I'm like, I'm cool with her daughter. I'm cool with that. With for the rest of them. They did nothing. You can't, you can't have no conversation. All we can do is go ahead.

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And you know, you can't you can't tell her she can't talk to her family. You okay? That's her family. OK, don't make that woman choose between her man and her family. Now, come on. That's not fair.

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Why not? Goodness gracious.

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What did she tell you? What did she told you? She don't want you talking to your family members. I've got to respect that.

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We won't listen if you guys are one. What does she think about all this? Because you also have to. Being one also means you got to respect her feelings. Also, it ain't just she got to do what you went.

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Oh, you're not.

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Give me I'm not giving you the answer you want to hear, right? Definitely. I love. What is what is she saying about this? What is your wife saying?

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No, I think she was fine with me.

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OK, so the other one that she was fighting with you, she was on your side, right? Yeah. Listen, first I say this. Thank goodness for this quarantine for you guys right now because you have no reason to be around those people, am I right? You're right, you're right. So maybe what needs to happen is you need a cool down period up in China and I'll tell you, I can't even sleep at night right now.

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I can't even go to sleep at night. We to go and sleep, you guys.

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And you might have some anger issues there. I do. I do.

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So this is a great time for you to be working on yourself. Right. You should never let somebody else affect you to the point where you can't sleep at night.

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You don't get it. You want your five minutes on made up the right thing.

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You want him to tell you to fight your wife's dad.

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I'm listening to you dig a hole for yourself or you don't let your dumb ass down and wear. What you need to do is you need to do some online therapy right now. Talk to somebody about these anger issues that you're having. May not be a bad idea. And I already know what you're going to say about this, but it may not be a bad idea for you to go and look up some YouTube videos and learn how to do some meditation, some yoga.

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So you might need yourself. But what I will tell you is this one thing you have to learn, and I've learned this, too, is to not let other people control your emotions, do not let other people control your anger. Once they start doing that, they have control over you. You have to learn how to take control of yourself. And you can only only thing you can do is handle how you react to other people. OK, so take control of yourself, your emotions and all of those things and don't give people that power when you're up at night.

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You're right. I learned some karate, though.

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I like to tell you, I go learn some karate. Go on. Right now is a good time to learn some karate, bro. Hey, go, go, go. Make love to your wife. How about that? But I did call in a bit.

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Yes, they got me a lot of online boxing, a lot of online karate. Learn learn something Galut.

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Ask if I'm nice with their hands I would trying to be respectable and an old man to get out that old man.

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He put their old man's for everyone to go and you couldn't do nothing with it. And that's OK. Respect your elders. That's all God trying to show you. I feel like what really happened is your father beat you up and you want to make sure you get some revenge.

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I don't know exactly what I was like. And you like what I should have did I cut it? Did this. I want to go back and prove myself. No, you took the L because you love your wife. That's all. I respect you.

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I respect you out. And then here's the thing. Her father would never respect you anyway, so he definitely respect you after he whipped your ass.

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All right.

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Well, have a good woman was up on us. You definitely hung up. 805 eight five one two five one. If you need relationship advice, he right now is the Breakfast Club.

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Come on, keep it real, which is some real advice with Angela. It's eskies. Morning, everybody, you seem to envy Angela Ye shall I mean, the guy we are the Breakfast Club with in the middle of ask you Hello, who's this?

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I don't want to stay anonymous. All right. Anonymous. What's your question for you? OK, so me and my husband have been married almost two years now. Before I started dating him, I was dating a lot of women. So I'm not really like experienced with, like, the oil stuff for men. So I tried it. He didn't like it. So we haven't had sex in a while. But I feel confident in my ability to perform where he can be pleased.

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But he won't take me seriously because it's been so long since he's had it.

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OK, so you know what you're doing now, you feel confident?

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Well, I don't I wouldn't know. And I don't even know if I feel confident, but I don't know if it's going to be right until you actually try.

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But he won't let me because he doesn't want to be a guinea pig and end up with some abrasions on his penis.

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Yeah. So I'm trying to figure out how to set it up to where he can be comfortable enough to allow me to see, OK, what progression I've made and then go from there.

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OK, so leg this is what I think right before you guys get to it. When you're doing your foreplay you should ask him, can I just kiss it? I'm not going to do anything more than that. And then you should kiss it and then you should tongue kiss it and then you should just do a little bit more, a little bit more. And so, you know, he's feeling good about it. And then, you know, that's when you go a little bit more.

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But just make sure that you keep your mouth very lubricated. Don't use your teeth, tuck them away.

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OK, I think you just I just I think you're starting to feel less confident.

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Oh, my envy bike ride. What?

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We're definitely not talking about that, but I just listen and just started off. So just say, like, I'm just going to kiss it. I'm not going to do anything else. And then when you kiss it right.

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Kiss it could be anything, it could be closed mouth open mouth and then, you know, just play around with that area and then if he likes it, he'll be OK with you going a little further, how will I know if you like that, though, asking because I met the man he may he may just accept it just because the love of me as his wife.

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But he may not want to actually tell me that he's enjoying what's happening. So I'm trying to like what size I should look for when.

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Well, first of all, there's nothing better than asking a direct question. And you can ask it like, OK, do you like that? Well, tell me what you want me to do it. I'm going to do it and be like, how would you like it better? Well, you know, just ask those questions, but you could do it in a sexy way so that he's going to direct you to the way to do it and just be like, tell me what to do.

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OK, I will try that and I'll let you know how it go. Thank you. I cannot wait to hear about it. All right. All right. You guys have a good morning. You too.

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And that was another addition service. She had a real great thing. All right. You really did sound like you was talking about Janvi riding his bike. I'm not going.

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She why? Why? Because I was visualizing I had to you talking about I'm a married man.

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You've got these fantasies about me and I don't like it.

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I'm starting to feel uncomfortable. You're a liar. What's wrong with you?

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Ask you. 855 105000 is the Breakfast Club. Good morning.

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The Breakfast Club. E.g., Envy Angela ye shall I mean the guy we are, the Breakfast Club, Angela is out. So today we're doing Ask C and E, let's go to the phone lines.

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Hello, this is John Longstreet's John Long Street.

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OK, what's up Jonah? Level Street.

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How are you doing. Can I call from the Missouri five seven three. Just come out here sometime. Either Lambus home, the car rolls. But anyway, my question is, you know, me and my wife, we're doing we're having our anniversary tomorrow. I was just seeing what I could do to keep it spicy. No, get married for four years. I'm trying to stress up this for years.

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OK, all right. You got two different married men here, you know, saying one leaving. Let me to others chocolate.

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So I'm with the chocolate. So. Yeah, well, we've since you've been married for four years.

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We assume that you've eaten the before, correct.

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Oh yeah. Oh OK. I'm just, I'm just asking something. Some guests, some people say that, you know, I'm just. I'm just making sure. I'm just making sure. So. So so what are you intending to do.

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What, what are you going to do for her birthday. You taking her out? Are you cooking for her. Well, what what are you going to us.

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We've got we're going to a cabin to get Weisburd, so we're going to go going to chill. Just little relaxation. The good feeling.

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You know, I'm saying you want to start in location is very important. So you got the cabin. So it's just you and the wife in the cabin. That's a great start.

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What else? He wants to spice it up, though. He wants to spice it up a little bit. Yeah, just spice it up. Let me ask a question. Have you taped yourself filmed yourself having sex with your wife yet? Have advocated yet?

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No, I never did that before.

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Now you can do that so you can still meet since you're going to create a whole week and you tape it, you and your wife going at it and then you'll watch it later on in the and editorial. And that is spicy is something different. But then you make sure you erase it after that. That's spicy.

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Absolutely. Yeah. Me and if you got two different approaches, you know, I'm saying I like I like to start with the mental and emotional aspect of it. You know, four years is a long time, you know. I mean, four years gets you to high school, gets you a bachelor's degree. And I think that you should take this opportunity in that cabin to just remind your wife how much she means to you. You know, how you're the most blessed person in the world to have this beautiful queen by your side.

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And I think that when you reinforce those things in her mentally, that's going to make the sweater.

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I'm not I don't mean I mean, that's way possible because it's your wife, you know. Yeah. Yeah. But you start with them. You start with the mindset first, then you get to what envy's talking about. Yeah. I mean I've got to use those, you got to use those that that time to just express to her how much the last four years have meant to you and how she's just your world. Now you do have a black woman right now.

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She's Mixi white Mexica. Same rules apply.

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Yeah I know. Yeah. Hey, but you know.

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Yeah, but I would do that with my school, with my small talk.

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I when I went over to the White House, like you said, start with the pencil and then get to the physical and enjoy it, have some fun, you know, I mean, you know, and tape it, watch it and then, you know, joke about it, laugh about it and then raise it.

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I absolutely. You mind if I give a shout out to a guy, bro.

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OK, give a shout out to the Dalai Lama. Say, I love you so much, baby. You don't know how much you changed my life. I love you so much. Happy anniversary to us. I. S a solid man of God. These are easy. Oh, they do. I love watching you also I, I mean, good luck man. I have a dilemma. I mean, don't let us down.

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Make sure you buy her milk and make sure you buy her a Black Lives Matter T-shirt self right as the need.

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

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It's topic time because the phone call 855 one two five one to join into the discussion with the Breakfast Club. Talk about it. Morning, everybody.

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Is D.J. Envy, Angela Yee, Charlemagne, the guy we are The Breakfast Club. Good morning.

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Now, if you're just joining us, we're asking ladies, would you date a guy that drives a hootenannies?

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This from our conversation with Sherri Shepherd this morning. Let's play a clip. What if he pulls up in a whoopty with that matter? You can move down out of here because here's the problem. I'm not putting you down. If you've got a hoop, you're working your way there, but you're going to have a problem as a man if you're you trying to keep up with me. So now I've got to come down here. What add value are you going to add to this relationship?

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I know what I'm bringing our I'm never going to be different. And what's ultimately going to end up happening is you may feel affected as a man. So we're asking, would you let's go to the phone lines.

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Hello. Who's this? This is Lorenzo. Hey, Lorenzo. The guy that drives a whoopty.

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Yeah, I drive a whoopty right now. I'm a married man. When I met my wife, I drove, obviously, but we own rental properties. We got a nice house that we're proud of. And it's not a.

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It's not a. So now here you go, what kind of car do you drive? Because I want to know your definition of a whoopty because envy's definition was all off. OK, I drive a 2003 Ford Focus right now.

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OK, yeah. So who did you end up with checks. You write up that that is. Why don't you why don't you get a newer car. I'm just curious.

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It's just not important to me. I'm more worried about getting more rental properties. I'm more worried about keeping my wife happy and leaving my kids when I'm gone. That's my focus. There you go. That's my Ford Focus.

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Thank you, brother.

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I've always had the I'm kind of like your dad. You said he always was always a nice car. To be honest, this would always drive. Really?

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Would you like it if, like, you know, maybe your wife surprised you and bought you a new car? Would that be dope?

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Nah, it's going to get us another property. There you go.

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You know, because, you know, I'm not going to lie, though. Sometimes some cars get old and then you end up spending so much money fixing things, you might as well just get a new car and get your own whoopty put a liability on it and you good.

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Not how much is a new.

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He never got a new Ford Focus. Let me see. How much is that one. Oh boy.

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Am I right that you're laughing at my car.

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She laughing at you. Oh, I'm not laughing. This is a wagon. See, how much can we get for it, ok. Don't you think I could get you might get like three thousand dollars for it.

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How many miles I got on that. Like one hundred ninety. Oh wow.

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Oh no. You know, I get three thousand and you don't get about but you got to get by.

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That's right. That's that's a for folks brother. Yeah.

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You sure was wrong though. She was talking about how she bringing a man up and he can't go where she could go. Man, do that with women all the time. But women expect it and that's the difference they expect for a man to take them places they couldn't go and things like that.

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So let's not generalize. There's a lot of places I can go that, you know, I'm not like I make myself a lot of places, so, you know, I get it.

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And she can take herself a lot of places. So I think her point was, I can do these things and if he can't do them, then it might hurt his own ego.

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I just want to give you a lot of props for having that Ford Focus with two hundred thousand miles from you. You stay clean out there, man. Hello, who's this is Cecilia. Hey, you. Good morning. Morning. Good morning. Good morning.

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We're asking, would you date a guy that drives a whoopty.

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Well, in my younger days, it wouldn't have been a deal breaker, but I'm in my mid thirties and I think that if you don't have a poor life, choices haven't led you to at least have a reliable vehicle in your mid thirties, then we'll probably buttheads. What if it's a reliable whoopty I still think, you know, it should be it should be something of the day and night. I think a whole see doesn't go hand in hand with reliable who to me is like it's run down, it's not up to par.

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You probably have problems with it. It's not you know, it's not right if you're in your 30s that you should be you know, you should have something nice and reliable. I agree with you.

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I agree that when you're younger and things like that don't matter because we are struggling, trying to make it. But when you get to a certain age, you like, OK, I don't want to have, like, struggle love anymore.

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Right. And I understand things happen, but like, I don't want to have to weed through, like, OK, are you just going through something or is this just who you are? You just a person that doesn't make good decisions, you know, at least at least come up with a reliable up to date vehicle.

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And then he's like, oh, my car broke down. Can I use your car to get to work? Then you drop them off at work at seven children.

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I don't eat. You don't eat. Then you see all those kids in the car.

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She got a minivan. I can't see minivan. Kids eight. She got the dirt road so much.

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I can't even believe I'm talking to you.

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Even with a third row. What kind of car you got the seats? Eight. I have a of Chrysler, a Dodge or what is it, a Chrysler town.

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I know she has a little town and country.

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There's no way in hell you get all seven kids in that one. You can look me in the middle.

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Three in the back, one in the front. Yeah. And I have teenagers and and sometimes I have my kids and a couple of their friends. They squeeze in and we make it happen.

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Lap it up baby is reaches. So who gets to ride shotgun.

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They all fight over it. So I don't just let my oldest get the shotgun because she's the oldest of my five year old. Calls it first and that is who gets it. Let's be honest.

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Daily fights and sometimes fist fights over the breast when your husband's in the car with you, one of the kids got to sit on the floor. Oh, yeah.

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Are you going to assume that she's a single mom raising seven amazing kids?

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One of them got to sit on the floor of the car. You've got to at least have to car because I'm doing seven by myself. So I know if you're if you're just you, then you can have an. And God, they do. I've got to have a tractor trailer if I did, you know, she's Jewish.

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Not all women with children are liabilities, and not all women with less are no children or assets.

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No, I just got to get all the kids in the car. How are you going to come to my house for Christmas? We got to get a tractor trailer to get everybody a cage.

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It won't be like, look, I raised we're the whole party. You know, you don't have to send out a bunch of invitations.

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Just invite me for the pandemic. You were straight because you had your seven kids and they had things to do. They were playing with each other the whole time.

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I have a great idea for a business for you. You know how they have people that you can hire if you don't have a lot of friends. If there's people whose kids don't have a lot of friends, they could just call you. If you're going to bring Sevenoaks, you bring all the kids and then you just charge them.

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Yeah, and there's a party. So it's like the wedding singer, but it's like the French, right for the kids.

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God bless you. I wish more kids. I want 10 kids. My wife is not trying to have it. I'm trying to have more and more and more and more kids.

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What's the moral of the story? The moral of the story is we don't want no scrubs. That's what it sounded like. Now I understand the diamond in the rough thing. I think when we're younger and we're not in that space and we're all trying to come up together, it means a lot. And there are some women who are OK with, you know, that. And we did speak to a man who actually has a lot of properties and cars aren't important to him.

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But I do think, you know, we don't want to be having to pick you up on the side of the road because your car broke down. We don't want you having to ask us to drive our car because your car broke down. You can't get to work. So I think as long as you have something decent that works and, you know, it could work out. But some people like Sherri Shepherd, she's just not with it. All right.

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But like this, The Breakfast Club. Good morning. Good morning, everybody. Is D.J. evangelisation? I mean, the guy we are the Breakfast Club. Hopefully you guys are enjoying your dinner. Mean you got a positive note for the people? Yes, I do.

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You have to prepare for what you've prayed for. Breakfast Club.

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