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Yes, it is. Good morning. That was everybody's weekend. And finally, the results were in and we have a new president coming in January, correct?
Yeah, absolutely. How amazing was that? Absolutely. And I was I was excited. I mean, I know I kind of at one point knew it was going to happen, but I'm just thrilled. Yeah, I was I was excited. You know what? I just had left the juice bar in Brooklyn and I was bike riding in the morning. And then after we ride bikes, we all play basketball for a couple of hours. And as we were playing basketball in the city, all you guys, the whole city erupted.
I mean, everybody was screaming and cheering and beeping their horns. And it was the excitement that people had. I haven't seen that excitement in four years. So it was, I should say, four years, eight years, actually.
But the excitement that people had eight years, four years ago was so it wasn't excitement four years ago, four years before that, about eight years, years. Obama got elected eight years ago, eight years ago. And as I said, he is yeah, he is 12, 12 and then 12 and eight years. So that's the last time I see an excitement like that. So it was it was pretty cool. I love being in the city and seeing it.
Yeah, we got a lot more work to do, though. You don't see nothing to be excited about yet. We're still we're still in the middle of a pandemic, OK? Black people's condition still hasn't changed in this country. All right. So we still got a long, long, long, long, long, long way to go. But at least we have somebody in there who we think we believe will work with the people. Yeah. And they still got to get the Senate.
That's why those two Senate seats and Georgia are very important, that runoff happening. And I think I believe January is very, very, very, very important because it's much easier to get things done when you have a Democratic House and a Democratic Senate and Democrats in the Oval Office. That's right. So we'll see what happens.
That's right. I had a great weekend. I spent my weekend, like, doing a lot of cheap meals, not a lot, but I stopped at Krispy Kreme doughnuts. You were talking about that Friday, so you just stopped by to give me 12 original glazed and I got six strawberries with the sprinkles for the kids. And you know what else I had this weekend?
But Popeye's Chicken and make a cookie struck one day jobs for Popeye just all over the place. Let me tell you something.
All of that stuff is amazing going in. Oh, boy. Is no joke coming out like you had a könig boy. You said that made me reminded me why I don't eat like that too often. But man, when you do it, just enjoy it. But just know that next day it's going to come on in the toilet. OK, just know that that was me all day yesterday but just exploded. OK, all right. All right, all right.
Looks like somebody up there no matter where but but explodes. Right. Well, Jeezy will be joining us this morning. Young Pastor Young will be joining us. He's got a lot going on his show on Foxo and some of the things he can he can talk about himself this morning. Yeah, we'll check in with you in a little bit.
And we got front page news. What are we talking about? Well, since we haven't spoken to ya since the winner was announced for the elections, we'll talk about what Donald Trump has been saying and, of course, where Joe Biden's been saying.
All right, we'll get into that next. Keep it locked as the Breakfast Club. Good morning. Good morning, everybody.
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All right. Now in football, in the NFL, bills beat the Seahawks. Forty four. Thirty four Ravens beat the Colts. Twenty fourteen Texans beat the Jaguars. Twenty seven. Twenty five Titans beat the Bears. Twenty four. Seventeen. The Chiefs beat the Panthers. Thirty three. Thirty one. The Vikings beat the Lions. Thirty four. Twenty two. Falcons beat the Broncos. Thirty four. Twenty seven. The Raiders beat the Chargers. I'm not sure the score that one or the Dolphins beat the Cardinals.
Thirty four. Thirty one. The Saints beat the Buccaneers. Thirty eight three. My giants are in third place right now. They beat the Washington football team. Twenty three twenty and waste of a game.
That's that. That's that's when you look at the NFL and you be like, why aren't they social distancing? OK, you care about the spread of coal with cancer. They all NFC East games and the Steelers beat the Cowboys. Twenty four nineteen with your team as they were placed third. My team's third to that same record too. And whatever. OK, nothing to talk about. Like I said, all NFC East games, when we play each other, cancel them.
Why have people, you know together like that? That's how people transmit code.
What else we got you. Well, let's talk about these speeches that were given by Kamala Harris and Joe Biden. Now, Joe Biden thanked the black community for showing up, not just the black community, though. Everyone who voted for him.
I'm proud of the campaign we built around. I'm proud of the coalition. We put together the broadest and most diverse coalition in history, Democrats, Republicans, independents, progressives, moderates, conservatives, young, all urban, suburban, rural, gay, straight, transgender, white, Latino, Asian, Native American. I mean, and especially those moments when this campaign was as low. Deb, the African-American community stood up again for. And I'll have yours.
Well, we're going to see Joe. OK, Democrats in this campaign would not be here without black people. So I don't want to hear no back talk about what we are owed in this country, what we are owed from this party and what we are owed from this administration.
We're going to see if you got Joe Biden also had a message for Trump supporters, for all those of you who voted for President Trump. I understand the disappointment tonight. I've lost a couple of times myself, but now let's give each other a chance. It's time to put away the harsh rhetoric, lower the temperature, see each other again, listen to each other again. And to make progress, we have to stop treating our opponents as our enemies.
They are not our enemies. They're Americans. This is the time to heal America. That's debatable.
I'm just saying, when you watch some people, when you watch a person puts puts the government puts the democracy to the brink of death for almost four years. And you saw fascism run rampant, you know, for that four years.
And the people that enabled that, it's debatable whether or not they are enemies of that. All right. Now, let's talk about coronavirus and what Joe Biden had to say about that, because infections are increasing in more than 40 states and there has been an unprecedented weekend of more than two hundred and thirty thousand cases. They said we have not even seen the very worst of this pandemic. That's what we're heading into right now. And here is what Joe Biden had to say about coronavirus.
We cannot repair the economy, restore our vitality, or relish life's most precious moments until we get it under control. On Monday, I will name a group of leading scientists and experts as transition advisers to help take the Biden has covered plan and convert it into an action blueprint that will start on January the 20th, 2021. That plan will be built on bedrock science will be constructed out of compassion, empathy and concern.
OK. All right.
The FDA commissioner just say the U.S. needs to get more aggressive as far as controlling this. But Dr. Fauci has also said that though the death toll has climbed, the rates of cases that have resulted in fatalities has decreased. And that's because of age experience and better drugs. He said, we are getting better at treating people. You know what works, you know what doesn't work, including just fundamental non pharmacy approaches.
You know, the whole narrative around covid is about to change, you know what I mean? And the reason the narrative will probably change is because people feel like an end is in sight. When you had the other administration and it's just like, OK, when is this going to be over? They're not taking it seriously. Now, you've got an administration that's taking a series you like. OK, you know what? I'm to listen to them. They say go out with a mask on.
I'm a guy with a mask on.
So he created a team. He did create the team. Not only problem is, since Trump didn't concede, he can't get none of the numbers and things that he needs from the White House as yet so they can get it, period, until January.
But no, we just want to know if he concedes he could get the numbers because he's starting to create a team. He's not going to start on January 25th. Like I'm starting my team today. He's starting his team now and they're going to be starting to work.
So, you know, this is a transition period of transition period.
And he's saying there's a transition period so he can't concede and get the numbers and everything from the White House to what he needs the information until Trump concedes.
Oh, I thought he couldn't get until January. Now you can get information and, you know, you have a transition team. So they supposed to give you information. But we don't know if Donald Trump's going to do that because he hasn't conceded.
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I want to get it off my chest. Am I supposed to say online? I don't feel if I wanted to put it out there. And beauty of a collection that we have straight hair. I think we just need some support to get it out. What's the Web site name?
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We need post lists. So that is more comprehensive to the lazy thinking members of the population, which there are a lot. So people understand what the value of these agencies is, what the population of the employment of these agencies are, and to what degree they affect you. And this is something we should be talking about and it should be set up this way. It is not set up this way now so that every half year at least, you pull up that list and you can see what the number of employment employees are at the agency at that time with the function.
And one quick sentence before he gets into the details later, what those individual agencies are. And then it should be a clear understanding of the origin of this. And that will be better so that people will be less inclined to say no taxes. I don't know what my taxes are going to.
And it will be better so that people can learn in school at an earlier age and they can move right to it because that's a lot of agencies and they don't need no need help. But they should have some familiarity with all of them by the time they leave by an already messed up with me. And I mean, when he when he went in and started talking about bringing the country together, he quickly move to talking about how to Blue Wall, which is fictional hill that was re-established in the Mid West that immediately starts leaning toward divisive speech on the other side when they start talking about the railway, which is also fictional, by the way, there's no donkeys and there's no elephants, OK, a blue is an inanimate object.
There were people that won this election and there were people who lost this election. And nobody appears to be laying down as far as large population goes. So if he really wants to keep country united, get away from fictional, symbolic and metaphorical language, they can't be proven to disprove it. Stay on accurate assessment of the facts that are directly related to the jobs that may come out of here. So about to obtain and want to maintain for a period that's in the best interests of the country.
And I want to say this last thing the military deserves raise a thousand dollars for a first year. Senior airman or private is more than zero. But twenty eight thousand dollars would give an eight year old who fits in that group a little bit better chance to manage to manage their life independently and death and move forward with the force of putting together a family of some sort. And, you know, a thousand dollars across the border is something that's achievable for this country.
And let's do that. I teach in mandatory civics on a national level for grades three through 12.
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Hello, this is Charlemagne's into the beating. How are you? Good, good. Get it off your chest, bro. I so I just got a special song for the crowd by the Trump supporter Donald Trump. Go ahead, Bill. Yeah. Yeah.
So how did you know right now the how did you love song.
That's D'Angelo. Like, I don't get it.
I know, I know a lot of work to do, but I feel I lost a lot of good friends. And I just want to I want to know how did it feel? All right. Most people are still talking crazy when you win.
Brag gently when you lose, weep softly. I don't know what you're doing. Singing love songs to proud voice.
You're trying to be the same cat as my ass to make America great again. Let's go. Hello this.
Hi, this is Peronism Ballies, Remingtons. Mommy, the big ten pound baby.
Hey, hey. Today is my thirty first birthday and birthday adulations.
Thank you so much. And yet Remi's birthday was five days ago. I don't know if you remember. I had it right before my birthday was how much you weigh now? He is twenty five pounds.
Jesus Christ, John. How big is that boy? Daddy, how big is it? That big, big, big boy. Wow.
All right. Thank you, Mama. Hello. This is hung up on that lady knowing her back. I'm holding that big ol boy all this time.
That's horrible. Yo, this track from New Jersey all the way to the Breakfast Club.
OK, all right. Go ahead. Go. I put a lot of thought to this, Angela.
Yea, I was going to let you off but you want some Harvey Weinstein. So you keep telling women stuff like, you know if you go in for and you man don't stop you. I mean he wanted to watch it and he's joking about that a few weeks ago and she said it last weekend. So the just try if your boyfriend don't stop you. I mean, if he wants to, that's not.
How do you mean what have you with your boyfriend and you try something new and he's with it.
What's wrong with that.
No, no, no, no, no. You saying if you don't stop you if I said that the girls in his life broke up with your girlfriend and you want to try a new move, you can do that.
And she says, I don't like that.
You stretch, you stretch, you stretching a little bit.
And now that you and you claim that you always keep the same energy that you don't, you also whenever somebody do say you check it. What about when they got slapped on the button elevator? You ain't seen nothing about you got a point.
And he didn't he didn't slap me on the elevator. I'm walking. I'm walking up. Oh yeah. What time did you get a white guy on the elevator the other time you was about to tell us about the time that I worked at the club.
The guy has a good job. Say God likes my dads. You just got you invited.
And that's causing this charlatan the fraud. Yes, ma'am. I like you, bro.
But you guys just call me ma'am. He did call you man. So did you just saw my agenda, huh? You kind of do my gender. He kind of did what you say. What's what's up, man?
Bro, I'll have, you know, identify as the Terminator.
Well, I'm about to hang up on you. You can come. You can say I'll be back. OK, all right.
I will be back now. I love you.
And I want to ask you, I swear this land to me it was to ask you something is you always do you think you hang up on me. But look, you always are. So you listen to his podcast of all of this. But then after that, you jump around and Eminem started just before they. Can you listen to his pocket? I should have that. They came and started dance.
So you got the Himalayas and you never keep the same energy when it come to Lil Wayne in a minute with little Wayne and Eminem, what energy do I have when Eminem bro the starters?
You always see how out of touch Eminem is, but, you know, keep that same energy will go away.
I don't know. I don't get what you say. I'm saying Lil Wayne. That's what I've been saying.
I knew little Wayne music. I mean, I'm like, no, no. I mean, you have no way to talk about little UAP. He said, Charlamagne, oh, I know Charlamagne don't like my music.
Nothing like that. He said, Yeah, you know, Fabbro, I hate Apple. Horrible. He played that all weekend long.
He thought of this trash. Get it off your chest. Eight five eight five one two five one. Now we got rules in a way.
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Let's talk for it's nice she's feeling the team. This is the rumor report, Angela on the Breakfast Club.
Man, a really, really sad situation over the weekend, King Vonna was shot and killed in Atlanta and a 22 year old man has been charged in that shooting death.
And Timothy Leaks is his name. He's facing a felony murder charge in the death of Davon Bennett, a.k.a. King Vyn. He is in police custody at an Atlanta hospital. He's being treated for a gunshot wound. There were three people killed, including one. This was after a confrontation outside a club in Atlanta. And then there was gunfire early Friday morning. According to police, two off duty Atlanta officers were working at a local hookah lounge. And that's when they saw these two groups of men arguing outside.
That argument then escalated to gunfire between the two groups.
Terrible man. Hearing about any of these young black men getting killed at a young age is heartbreaking. How what was going on like twenty six. Twenty six is nothing you got to do better yet you haven't even begun to enjoy life yet. Haven't even scratched the surface of your full potential yet. Now two black men's lives ruin. One day one's going to jail, two families traumatized. And for what year we got to do better.
I mean, it's to the point now where you can't allow something small to ruin the rest of your life. I mean, you talk about what did he look at you the wrong way? You step on your sneaker like, well, like what was it you want to do?
Something like, come on, man, stop losses like you go. You'll never kiss your mom again because you'll be in jail. You never kiss your kids again.
Is it worth it? Is it worth a pair of sneakers like we got to do better?
We don't know what it was over, but even more than that, yeah, whatever it was, I'm sure regardless what it was.
And there's all kinds of rumors flying around about what really went down. So we're not going to address that now as they are still investigating. But Asian brat, she you know, that was his longtime girlfriend and the two of them were very much in love, always posting each other. Then they would break up, make up. And she was posting, I want to die, too. I feel like I'm dead already. She said I would have gone with you to the next life holding your hand while you leave me vinterberg what we used to always tell each other.
We will die for each other and if we go in, we go in together. I mean, really sad.
I saw one of his children's mothers actually posted to Asian doll that she would share her son with her also because she knew how much Kangwon loved her and said, man, I said, All right, little jerk has also deactivated his account.
You know, he called him his twin. And so really sad when they showed him out. I guess he was on leave when he found out about it. Kangwon sister also posted, I love you more than anything and anybody. I'm so hurt my heart, my right hand. Nothing was going to ever stop me from being on your side. Now, look, now, Freddie Gibbs says that he think it's corny to post text messages after someone passes away, you know, those private text messages.
And then people started posting what someone wrote to you. Here's what Freddie Gibbs said.
Corniest. Don't post my mother text messages, man. Some happen to me. Matter of fact, it's all about so much. Oh, when I die, that's all. Anyone around oppose me. I hope I forget the problem for you.
It's so crazy. You may drop the clues, but I'm pretty good. Pretty good. I understand what Freddie said. I even agree with him to a certain extent.
But I can't tell folks out of grief, you know what I mean? Like they like death is traumatizing. And when you get that news, you just don't know how you're going to react. So I'm not knocking nobody for how they grief. They choose the full text messages that makes them feel better.
Hey, do you mean right now the baby has deactivated his Instagram account. Also, after his older brother's suicide, Glen Johnson committed suicide in Charlotte, North Carolina. And he also had confessed that he was seeking therapy himself to help deal with the numerous tragedies that he's been facing. Mental health awareness. If you can't get over depression, get help, you see a loved one struggling, get them help. They refuse to help make them get treated anywhere.
You suffer from PTSD, take that as serious and get help. Better get it. Therapist my damn self.
A dropping bombs of the baby needed. You know, I'm saying the baby's dealt with a lot of trauma over the past few years and it's a lot of highs and a lot of lows because you have in all of this professional success. But then, you know, your father's dying and you know the baby. You have situations in the street early on and I'm sure he suffered from PTSD. Right. You know, so, yes, I'm glad that brother's going to get the help he deserves.
Now, Mike Tyson, you know, he's fighting Roy Jones Jr. on November twenty eighth. And somebody already wants to fight Mike Tyson after that. And that is Evander Holyfield.
And so, you know, sources are saying they believe that Mike Tyson is actually avoiding Evander Holyfield. One source said it's not even about the money at this point. I think Tyson is scared. We've offered multiple times and Tyson versus Holyfield is the fight that should happen. Yeah, I remember that was when he bit his ear. Why would they be scared? They both 90 years old, Mike.
Why would he be scared of each other at this point? Only for once. They thought twice before. Twice already. Right. Next stop, knock it off. And I'm sure Mike Tyson is not scared like they both should be scared at their age getting in that ring.
I'm scared for them now. I'm scared for this next Tyson fight and another fight that could be happening.
Devon. And Jovanotti, Davis, they went back and forth on social media. Hainey When his fight over the weekend, as you know, Jovanotti when that was the last weekend.
That's when Charlamagne tweeted out Tank and people thought he was tweeting out the singer thing.
That was so ridiculous to me. Like, why do people think I was shot just because you just wrote Tank on Twitter? You know, when people saw it. I'm a boxing fan. I wrote it. I wrote it right after he left. He loved them with that left uppercut he had a day later. I didn't know what was going on. And people remembers when Tank was up and he had his legs up. Everybody talked about his ass and then you said Tank.
So they said, first of all, boxing is a great sport and a lot of people watch it was so many of us watching that. People view that and they didn't know exactly what we're talking about.
170 say said holds up and oh, boy, posted me just. No, I made more money than you last night. And the other two people that fought the other night all put together clowns. My daughter hit harder than oh boy. Oh, fly bombs. Don't make me hurt your feelings about old girl too, but I'm a keep shut. Relax Adobo and Devin Haney said I'm getting millions. Twenty one goofy how much you made it. Twenty one.
Thirty thousand. They say everything but let's fight little fat boy. Hate me. Fear me at the same time.
I like I like my love hate and I love ting. I want to see that fight. I think that I want to see that one.
Yeah well you give that to. I would go with Hank right now you are going to think I'm going.
All right. Well I'm Angela Yee and that's your room report. All right missy. Now we got front page news. What we talking about you.
Let's talk about what Camilla had to say over the weekend after their projected win. All right.
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Some quick sports scores. Bills meet the Seahawks. Ravens beat the Colts. Texans beat the Jaguars. Titans beat the Bears. The Chiefs beat the Panthers. The Giants beat the Washington football team are in third place. Minnesota Vikings beat the Lions. Falcons beat the Broncos. Raiders beat the Chargers. Dolphins beat the Cardinals. New Orleans beat the Buccaneers. And how did your cowboys do as good as your giants? No matter how much Giants won? What can they record with the Giants Rotondo in third place doing something you know was in third place, the Dallas Cowboys.
You know, I could be doing something. I'm talking to me about NFC East Games and NFC East teams. We suck all across the board. OK, your team sucks and it should be a waste of time that Giants Redskins game yesterday was a waste of time. They should be social distancing. We're on a winning streak.
Oh, shut up. What else? We got you.
Well, let's talk about Kamala Harris. And she spoke before Joe Biden over the weekend as they are the projected winners of this presidential election. And here she is coming out to some Mary J. Blige.
Here she comes with Kamala Harris. Are we sure that Mary J. Blige now, because Van Jones said it was Beyonce? Always shows my here is Van Jones with his blender. It was great to hear, but I also thought it was great to hear.
First of all, she walked up to Beyonce, dropped Mike, Mike, Mike. Boy, you dropped Mike on something like that.
Your black credit score have dropped significantly. When you confuse Mary J. Blige will be honest. I've never heard anybody confuse Mary J. Blige and Beyonce before, anybody except for Mary J. Blige and Beyonce.
You don't have to make a Mary picked it up. She came out Comilla. Now, Comilla in her speech honored her mother and women.
And to the woman most responsible for my presence here today, my mother, Shamala Gopalan Harris, who is always in our hearts. When she came here from India at the age of 19, she maybe didn't quite imagine this moment, but she believed so deeply in an America where a moment like this is possible. And so I'm thinking about her and about the generations of women, black women. Asian, white, Latina, Native American women who throughout our nation's history.
Paved the way for this moment tonight. Hmm, I can't lie. Feels great to see Senator Harris in that position. Well, Madam Vice President Harris in that position because, you know, she was who I supported during her presidential run. And a lot of folks didn't really give her a chance because a lot of the misinformation that was online about her and her record as a prosecutor. So it feels good to see her in that position, getting that love.
But the celebration has to be short lived because we got work to do.
That's interesting because I posted about Kamalesh. She's the first, you know, African-American and Asian-American to be in office and as a president and a vice president, you know, and people were saying that she's not black. It's just ridiculous. I mean, she talks about her mixed race identity all the time in her own memoirs.
She talks about being raised with a strong awareness of an appreciation for Indian culture and also acknowledging her mother understood she was raising two black daughters and was determined to make sure they would grow into confident, proud black women. She has never said that she's not black. It's just crazy that people are still pushing this narrative. Now, here's what else Kamala Harris had to say.
Women who fought and sacrificed so much for equality and liberty and justice for all, including the black women who are often too often overlooked but so often prove they are the backbone of our democracy. All the women who have worked to secure and protect the right to vote for over a century. Tonight, I reflect on their struggle and the strength of their vision to see what can be unburdened by what has been, like I said, to feel good to see her in that position.
There's a lot of pressure on Biden Harris to deliver for black people. That's why we have to help them get the get that majority in the Senate. So it's really no excuses. And Kamala knows that her future political aspirations depend on how this administration moves with black people over the next four years when Donald Trump is just looking sad because he still hasn't conceded.
Giuliani is saying they have all kinds of lawsuits coming about what he was talking about, like nobody talks about.
Listen, Donald Trump's lawyers actually had a press conference and people thought it was going to be at the Four Seasons in Philadelphia, but it was actually at Four Seasons total landscaping, which is like a business that's don't know, kind of weird between an adult bookstore and a cremation center for four seasons in Jersey, days to come.
You don't talk about who loses the championship. Like who? Like who. Who did the Lakers beat this year?
And the Four Seasons even issued a statement, the Four Seasons Hotel in Philly. They said, to clarify, President Trump's press conference will not be held at Four Seasons Hotel in Philadelphia. It will be held at Four Seasons. Total landscaping, no relation with the hotel.
So location looks very weird. By the way, if you had a chance to see it, they cut the grass, good grass, four seasons.
Oh, all right. Well, I'm Angela Yee and that is your front page news. All right.
Thank you, Miss Yee. Now, when we come back, Jay-Z will be joining us, as Van Jones would say. Good man will be joining us. We'll kick it with Jeezy.
When we come back is The Breakfast Club. Good morning.
The Breakfast Club. Back to you, checking out the world's most dangerous morning show. Morning, everybody. Is T.J. Envy, Angela Ye shall I mean the guy we are The Breakfast Club. We got a special guest on the line. Yes, indeed. G.V. What I was happening with that. And good morning. Oh, that you got a lot going on. My brother is sitting on the set of your new talk show where for conversation or you know, so what is what is it, Wednesday night, 7:00 p.m. Pacific, 2:00 p.m. Eastern on FOX.
So we are going to check it out. What's the show about? Is you talking to other people you interview? You know, just so we're clear, man, like I been to things in my life that I'm quite sure that the next man probably go through at some point. I haven't went through yet. I pride myself on having conversations with people that have knowledge and wisdom. So for me, just being able to sit down with people that overcame adversity, he had he done it.
I feel like his knowledge because he helped me through my life, helped me get out the street, helped me get in the industry, helped me navigate my way through the end. So there's no one specific book that you can read about knowledge and wisdom to interview advice. And so is it. I think from the outside looking in, when we look at certain celebrities, we think their life has to be so amazing. And you don't realize that people are going through things just like the average person down, right?
I mean, because you feel like you got a superpower just, you know, just seeing something happen with the baby. His brother is like you just never know what people are going through mentally. And everything is in the world really got people off their rocker. So you don't know who's strong, who's weak. You don't know. You can call it sometimes you got to really check up on your strong friends. And, you know, for somebody like like I just respect his evolution.
But I want have never thought he went through what he went through because you got so much personality. So up in the room. People love them, like what's the hateable? You know, I'm saying so even hear him say that he went to a point where he was suicidal. And I've had to pause it like I was in positions, like I was like, yo, man, like this is not working for me. Or when I was trying to get out of the streets, it was hard because now I'm trying to do something different and that's going against the grain.
And I don't always work easy. So you hit somebody like D.R.C. and I even was looking at a lot of the people, a lot of things people were saying, like people really appreciate him being honest. And to you know, I'm saying because I never thought, you know, like this and people have less sympathy. If you're better off, you're famous and you go through things and express it. Sometimes people do really nasty about that and can attack you and be like, oh, yeah, well, you don't have those problems.
Yeah, but but that's the thing. You know, Angela, like, if I could say anything, money does not solve problems. It just it actually magnifies it. And if you are really a bad person is going to make you worse. And, you know, just even growing up, my grandma used to tell me they're like, you know, even when we have we have like she I'm rich. Your heart, you know, you're rich, you got it.
Then you you know, you talked about the baby. What about you? Because because you like a war veteran, you know what I mean? Shoot. I should have been a federal investigation. I went to the job. Was that good? I'm a veteran of the drug war. Exactly. All of that have to have a toll on your mental health. Have you dealt with any of your traumas? Yeah, I mean, you know, to be honest with you, like, I just thought of being open minded.
You know, my son was a real so I just started having an open mind and just having different conversations to open my world up. And it made it easier for me to deal with my trauma and actually talking to people who would do things that I think I thought my life was real. But if we go back again with this is Steve Harvey. Honestly, I never slept in my car. I slept on the sofa before on the floor. I can imagine sleeping in my car for three months like Steve Harvey.
So to me, that's real. So as far as my problem was, like, you know, my music has been my outlet. You know, the people that love me that I love back has been my outlet. You know, people have been through real things in life that I talk to and I go, man, I like when really as bad as I thought. And that's my outlet. So, you know, I'm working on it.
I ain't got what you do. I got to come with you at those sort of things. You got some other things going on. It may take a few years. I mean, a few years of therapy for me. Right? Right. I know. I know. You know, my soul need therapy. I keep it a rhythm for my soul need there. You know, what's so interesting about Eugenia's is tricky. Right? Because for you, when you first drop like you provided a soundtrack to so many Hustlas offers, for some people, all they want is snow, mantrap or die, you know, recession.
And it's almost like they won't accept anything else from you. How do you feel about it?
I mean, I think I think, you know, it comes with the territory, you know you know, people who are scared to to evolve or people who push the envelope and evolve, you know, say they don't want to leave. You know, if we all do the same thing. I mean, just imagine if I was doing the same thing and talk about the same thing I was talking about the first time you interviewed me. I don't think it will make for a great interview, a great conversation with all of our time.
You know, I said one thing I learned about Labor Day by nobody, my life to my imagination or dim. You know what I got set out for myself. If you love me, you rock with me, rock with me. If you don't like the direction I'm going, I can't get that call. Car is fine. But, you know, at the end of the day, I got people who I love and want to see me do.
And I want to say I love myself, so I want to see me do that. And I want the people around me to do that. So we just like I just committed to it. So I get it. So, you know, I love, you know, say what I say you like it to somebody. They can do both. Yeah. It's not chapati no more a ba ba da ba ba ba da. And that's real.
The one time you said you were retiring. Now that just went straight out the window, you was just kind of let it go. No, I mean to be honest with you, it was a business strategy, you know. Well I put my my label on the little pressure. OK, all right. You know, go inside the negotiation time, you know, mean so they did what was right. Yeah. And, you know, mentally, I just you know, I just wanted to reset myself, man, you know.
Right. And you doing the same thing for all this time, you know, and you come up to your contract, you know, you've got to really think about what's best for you. Well, I can't wait for this versus battle. And that's what everybody's talking about also. OK, so when you were publicly called out and I got to ask you this, did you and Tip discuss this ahead of time and this was a strategy or was this like you really heard it when we all heard it, when you got called out or when you heard it was OK to do it?
I know. Have so it makes sense to me. You have no reservations right now because a lot of people are like, no, I'm not doing it versus battle. So immediately you said, let's do it. I'm looking for it, you know, saying, well, when I even got the call about first, I got a call from from Suess. And this was to be Ross, right. Ross the first. Right. I was coming me like it was a really you know, if I do it, there's only one person I do it.
He was like, who? I like to reach out to him. Let me know. So that would have been crazy. But I did it. A reserve switch back say respectfully decline could've done kept mum. I was going to do it for the coaches. We cut a deal for the coach. I'm going to fold three minutes later. That's when I see my brother video call me. Yeah that would have broke the God damn it in his.
Goodness gracious. Yeah. I mean we could have done it for the coaches. You know, I'm saying like, you know, I mean, like, whatever one thing I'm still always what I stand for. So, you know, that is all good. It's a tough one for me, man. I'm on record, everybody. No tip. And two of my top seven favorite rappers ever. I really don't know. That's a toss up for me.
Was that is November 19th. I don't know what you're mind to be made about that. Yeah, I don't know what angle could if you keep it in the street, I lean towards easy, but then stop playing some of the the whatever your lights and live your life some like. But he could play that, he could play a pop record and you could come with something that's in the club. That's it. Don't matter. His record for record, I say in November 19 I we got more we jersey.
When we come back, let's get into his new single is featuring Gotti. It's called Back. It's The Breakfast Club. Good morning. Good morning, everybody. Is C.J. Envy, Angeliki Charlemagne, the guy we are the Breakfast Club. We're still kicking a RIGSY every time we talk to Jeezy. I'm so impressed how open that you get. Can I just remember the early interviews and how it was for you to talk about anything and happen? You are now, man, I'm starting to feel like I was being interrogated by the We're on New Day.
If you come to the Breakfast Club or you said so, it was just that thing. And it's crazy because, you know, for me, you know, just being in this game, like I went to know a lot to get to where I'm at mentally. And, you know, I'm saying like it just took to build a relationship. So if anything, I feel like I got a relationship with if you have thought about, you know, you do the conversations, but there's so much conversation that you have.
Like, you know, we talk about Jeezy and what you've done in this music industry, but there's so many different elements to what you've done, whether it's the record label or it's the restaurant or it's a real estate or stocks or is to look like there's so many different things that keep Jersey afloat, even even during a pandemic. Like, you know, most artists have to live off of their shows and have to live off what is. But you have so many different handles you ever talk about, have a conversation breaking down all the things that you have.
So these these young rappers, entrepreneurs know how to invest their money to make sure they still can be OK and not necessarily have to create a no disrespect, the only fans, but only fans to stay alive for me.
No, that's that's what I try to give people to my. You know, I don't listen to what people say, I watch what they do. So if anybody really recommends the move, that's what it's about, is about, you know, put your hands in many bags you can and having different types of outlets for you to be productive. And, you know, I learned that coming from the streets, you just can have one hustle like you to have a couple.
And now, you know, we're not just hustlers, we're businessmen. So you get up every day. You should do as much as you can possibly do. So for me, you know, I'm saying why not spread myself being around the board? I got 24 hours to do it. And I love what I do and employs people. You know, I look at my employees and people that work for me and people that, you know, I pay their benefits and my mind came up with and I love it because it's empowering people.
And I just feel like if you can empower as many people have value in people, you know, to me that's fulfilling and getting to some of these new ideas that, you know, made a reality.
You're sitting on and said a word for conversation on Foxo. I know you've got a book. You've got a book coming to write a book that you in. And number two, I feel like it signifies something. Yeah, that's number two. Right. It signifies something. So, as you know, eight years ago I wrote one of the best albums to date for myself, it really is just the thing that was going on in the world. And the album was entitled A Recession Classic Classic.
And so right now on The Breakfast Club, I'm letting y'all know and we will keep you posted in the recession, too, will be coming real soon. So anybody in Iraq, we already know who's going out there in the world. I got you. The recession, too, will be coming. I like that verse is in the recession, too. Yes. Like I'm taking Angela. The it also amazes me, you know, we still plug in right here, OK, I'm home.
You know, I got my my compadre right here on the other side. Man Souleymane got to even support this recession album and project. Charlamagne teamed up Sasaki Charlamagne for your podcast deal and he hit me up Asep And it's like Yo dude we need to do a podcast and I told her so me so that means podcast. It's coming real soon sooner than you think and is entitled The Recession Podcast. That's right. Every episode of Premier a record from the album and it's going to play and it was so dope about it, you know, Jeezy, you know, so many different things that he's into, so many different people that he's into.
Can we at least tell you the first guesses? Yes. Yeah, sort of. First guess is somebody that always looking at like, OK, I got to figure that part out because he's doing what I'm doing. He's motivated to stay motivated. The does and Tony Robbins is our first guest. So please, you know, it's that big boy talk Jeezy and Tony Robbins first episode of the Recession podcast on the Black Fed podcast network on our radio.
Man, what made you not afraid of of Jesus? Afraid of what makes you not afraid to go on? Because I always think about if I were to stay where I stayed at and not successes, I'll still be there. And it's crazy because I have my own way. I see that some. Yes, they see you know, I love about you as you ain't scared. And my thing is I don't know what makes me happy. You know, the two things you can't let people affect is your peace of mind, your happiness and involvement.
To me, that makes me happy. There's no trophy. There's no watch. There's no car, there's no house. There's no chain. It's going to make me feel what I feel when I conquer one of my goals. And my dreams are something that I set out to do and I execute it. And for me, I just hope the people from the hood see it and understand I'm not trying to be like me. I'm just telling you it is possible.
I would love to see evolution as is also that you are getting married. So how involved are you in planning the wedding? Because I know some guys are like, are you going to handle everything? Some guys are super involved and how's he doing? How's he doing? I feel so great, man. Thank you for asking. She's great. She's you know, she's she's doing much better. Rested up being ready. I see how involved in my underwear.
And the weird thing that's my brother does. So it's like, you know, we always thought we had ideas back and forth all day. So I'm quite sure we don't, you know, come up with some together. You know what your son is going to be. I do. I do. I do. For you know, I got to the point. Absolutely. Now, I think you need to get onto on a podcast episode, man.
No, you absolutely right. But we got to bleep have to know you a lot of bleep nothing as far as you can cause you can be ourselves, you could be movies used as you call me. She was like, what she call you saw me. And she said, it's all man made me a superstar and they love me. You got you got to have her on at least one one episode, the limited series is only like six episodes, eight episodes, I think, with the series, eight episodes.
And we might get on one. You know, it'd be good to get come the commentating one when we talk to somebody. And it'll be incredible all we bring on the Breakfast Club and let her tell some of them the story that you want to tell you. Oh, no, we're going to go to jail.
You know, the funny part about it is she act like you used to act early on in interview. Right. Right. Now, if you're fed.
Oh, I love Monty. But if I bring it to the Breakfast Club, man, I mean, she's going to be the biggest celebrity ever. And I don't know if I could deal with it. We got more easy. When we come back, let's get into it easy. It's The Breakfast Club. Good morning.
You're going to read about it on my Web site.
That was a Jeezy mini makes. Morning, everybody. Is D.J. Envy. Angela Ye shall I mean, the guy we are, the Breakfast Club was still kicking it with me.
Now, I know you seem to me and this is very fitting to talk about this right now says Judge. Judge just turned blue. Were you sitting next to Joe Biden, James St. Patrick?
It's one thing to go saying I know me to get stupid and I kind of like it because I can put on a suit. You know, I put this all black on with the hoodie. You already know what's going on, I think, but not to me. It's about something. You just got to be at the table, you know, and like like, you know, people sit there and, you know you know, it's funny, you make amends, but when we need some I have a relationship with this guy and I can guarantee for him, I can go sit down and talk to him and say, you know, what's really going on in my community?
We need help or not to even mention that it's just like getting this other guy out of out of pocket because, you know, I can't talk about his policies and things like that because I've been so bombarded by his antics in the way he go about things that, you know, getting Joe Biden in. There is just a step for us. You say it ain't the end all, be all, but it's a great step. So we got to go get our guy in there and get this guy out, because if you look at what's going on with him, he basically got a cold.
He got a cheesy concert where everybody was safe and everybody saw up. And it's just like, you know, he got a Coke in a Coke can't run our country that can't you know, you got a real Coke and you see these people out here marching and doing all these things. They're upset because they feel like they're losing power.
Right. How you feel about some of your friends perhaps that are like Trump supporters, does that make you look at them differently? Does that?
Absolutely. It makes me look at them differently. I'm about integrity. Your integrity ain't right. I can't rock. And I sit to my man about this. This is like, OK, you got a company and the company's doing good with the CEO is just he just he's a nasty person. He saw the employees there. He got six to harassment suit. He tweeted, right, wrong. He he don't take his family, don't take care of his kids.
He caused all the turmoil in the country. But we make money. So you want to stay there. All right. You got to find me. I'm quit. Start my own company. So that's how I feel about that is like if you're going to support somebody who ain't for us for financial benefit, it already sold me where we lie. You know, you can't do that, especially not at a time like that. And that's that's the whole thing with the current situation.
Like, I get it, bro. We love Eugenia's, but you can't go take a three hundred thousand and thirty thousand bucks. He had fifty thousand sixty thousand votes like we need it. So we just like, you know, I get it.
But at the same time my politics came into play with when it's about the people, you know, I'm saying, so what about like a little game I like you know, I'm gonna be honest like I started because I want to know, you know, I'm saying I mean, I didn't talk to him, but, you know, I just want to know I'm just like your bro.
Like, I get it, you know? And even if you go had some conversations, had a conversation, that'll mean you take a picture. I'm saying, like, you took this for a photo op because we love you. You've been a little weird just how I grew up and the way. Right. I bought my first Rolex because of the way in. And then we talk about you almost caught my first case because Lil Wayne and juvenile we're talking about.
So like when you get to the point that, you know, you can't be oblivious, people use you like you got millions and millions and millions of people that love and follow you. You can't stand it. I really do not see nothing. You know me because it's not going to benefit you or us if you go out here. And I love watching. You know, I'm saying I could have talked to him up and like your bro, like, you know, and people might have felt that way about me since Biden.
But, you know, I really felt like, you know, out of the two, I'm going over here right now. He's willing to talk to us. So let's have a conversation. You know, I'm saying so that's how I was.
Your reaction when you saw George, you turn blue. I'm going to be in a crib.
Those who don't love it when I see in Texas and Georgia, and so that's a real that's a real statement, that means that I want my people to see that your votes count. Right. Did work. You're going to those polls in doing what you had to do. It worked because now we get in. What's going to happen is the world is starting to flip yourselves because the power is shifting and even go like you've got, you know, some some some people that have LGB community that they're getting like it's like the world is shifting right before us is happening, you see, and people stand up and, you know, and just stay in for some.
And I love it. Not Texas, I think in Arizona, Arizona. And listen to man, I'm Buggie. We say coming soon. The podcast, the recession podcast is available now. Right now, right now with podcast of the Great Recession podcast is available there. So we'll get that first episode with Tony Robbins.
That's right. I've got to ask you, man, are you getting your Dancing with the Stars, getting ready for the wedding? Because we thought we saw you dancing with Jeannie, but it wasn't.
You said you had the mask on with the hoodie, with a hoodie, but not the mask. But for me, you know, I got moves, but OK, you know, I always had a little rhythm, so, you know, I'm OK with it, OK? All right.
Jeezy, we appreciate you for checking in, brother. That's right.
Exaggerations on everything. I think it's amazing to see. Congratulations. Yeah, well, deserving of everything that you can get. Go subscribe to that recession podcast right now. First episode with Tony Robbins, Jay-Z on the Black Effect podcast network on our radio. Go subscribe to that right now.
I love you.
I'll be safe home publicist. It's just in all the guys got the ruler, a poor guy got. Rangelands in its original report, The Breakfast Club. Well, on Saturday, the election results were called the projected winner is Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. Now, that night, Dave Chappelle was hosting Saturday Night Live and I saw he was trending because people could not wait. Are you sure what he would have to say?
Van Jones said Chris Rock hosting Saturday should help show Chappelle.
It was definitely Chappelle. And so here is one of the things that he had to say about how he wished his grandfather was around.
Pretty amazing story. My great grandfather had and I thought about him all day to day because I wish I could see him now. I wish he could see me because I wonder what he would say. This week I flew to New York on a private jet hosting my life. Netflix started streaming a show that bears his name, Chappelle Show and HBO Maxo streaming it. And I didn't get paid for any of it.
If he could see me now, he probably just got bought and sold more than I had I wanted.
He really doesn't get a dime from that. You have to get a little something right. I think he actually gets a little something.
Probably not what he should be getting, but I'm sure he said not a dime. All right. Dave Chappelle also talked about coronavirus.
And this was something that people found controversial this morning after the results came in, got a text from a friend of mine in London and she said, the world feels like a safer place now that America has a new president. And I said, that's great, but America doesn't.
Do you guys remember what life was like before covid? I do the mass shooting every week and I remember it. Thank God for Colbert. Some had to lock these murderous whites up, keep them in the house. What's the problem?
He's looking at the bright side of things. You guys are now going to find some positive in a negative, right? covid is a negative, but the positive is something to have to keep these murderers, white people in the House who's going to keep vandalizes in the House. He's a comedian.
Somehow these people also said that if white people want to help black people, they should participate in this plan, that he has the kindness, conspiracy.
It's my plan. It's called the kindness conspiracy. It's random acts of kindness for black people. Do something nice for a black person just because they're black and you got to make sure they don't deserve it.
It's a very important part, but they can't deserve it the same way all the years they did terrible things to black people just because they're black and they didn't deserve. I love it.
If you drive into the hood one day and you see a black dude standing on a corner selling crack, destroying his community, buying ice cream.
That's right. I'm suspicious, but OK, I love it. I think it should be a mandatory mandate. I love the idea to do something for a black person, even if they don't deserve it. That is great. Great, great, great teaching. They think that should happen.
Now, one of the sketches that I thought was really funny and actually Powell clearly thought it was funny, too, because he kept laughing during it and breaking character was onto my aunt and Uncle Ben getting fired. And then Dave Chappelle comes in playing the Allstate Insurance pitchman, pitchman Dennis Haysbert. You know him from waiting to exhale. You know, the tall black guy with the deep voice he played? Kenneth Oh, yeah.
I was sitting there waiting to exhale. So they're all getting fired.
And listen to this because I'm a woman, isn't it? Ben, damn it, woman. It's not personal, Uncle Ben is just we have to clean house. Come on now we know why people don't clean their own house.
Yeah, you're talking slaves. This is ridiculous. And we can't work. How come the holiday guy gets to work?
Now, wait a minute. Well, I know you sell me out, but the whole sketch was pretty funny, but he laughed a few times during it. All right.
And get ready for something else exciting. Donald Glover has said that they already have the next two seasons of Atlanta ready to go. He posted, While I'm here, Atlanta seasons three and four are going to be some of the best television ever made. Sopranos the only ones who can touch us. OK, listen, I believe them.
I have no reason to doubt Donald Glover when it comes to L.A. He's already given us, what, two great seasons or the three?
I don't know. It's my show now. Three and four coming. Three and four coming. OK, it's been two. Yeah. Mm hmm.
All right. And I just want to tell you, I know that it is a subcu homecoming season and a lot of people aren't going to be able to show off their homecoming looks in person this year.
But I heart radio and Ulta Beauty, they're teaming up and they've done this whole homecoming event.
So you can upload a photo of your at home homecoming look on Facebook or Instagram and use the hashtag my HBC You look hashtag sweepstakes entry and you tag Ulta Beauty and I heart radio and you'll get to in a virtual meet and greet with her a five hundred dollar Ulta beauty gift card and the opportunity to donate a scholarship to the ABC. You of your choice. So make sure you go to Harvard Dotcom Slash HQ and also keep listening and I heart radio this month you'll get some more information on ABC You Homecoming celebrations.
Ulta Beauty. The possibilities are beautiful. I'm also hosting a virtual ABC You Homecoming Celebration Powerhouse panel and that is going to feature Lolla. Her is also featured on there and Eve Carmen Perus. So make sure you guys check that out. It's happening November 12th at three p.m. Eastern on Breakfast Clubs, YouTube channel.
All right. All right. Well, that is your room report. I'm Angela Yee. All right.
Thank you, Missy. Shout out to all the schools. I've been doing a bunch of homecomings shouting Xavier University. I think this weekend I'm doing a big one with McDonald's last week, and I did a one with Pepsi.
So there's a lot of homecomings going on. So shout to all the bcuz out there. And who are you giving your dog to?
We need Van Jones to come to the front of Congress and we like to have a word with him. Oh boy. Yes. All right.
We'll get into that next. Keep it like this. The Breakfast Club. Good morning.
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This guy has to make a judgment of what was going to be on the docket of the day.
They chose you for the Breakfast Club, whose donkey the day to day.
Yes, donkey today for Monday, November 29th, goes to the good brother, Van Jones. Van Jones is a good human. Dropping clues about Van Jones.
OK, Van Jones dedicated his life to prison and criminal justice reform. He is the CEO Reform Alliance. He is one of the founders of the Dream Korkut 50 program, which focused on bipartisan solutions to criminal justice reform issues. And he worked with the Trump administration to help pass the criminal justice reform bill known as the first step back.
OK, drop on clues about Van Jones again right when it comes to prison and criminal justice reform. Van Jones does the work and I'm glad he does the work. But that will not stop me from giving him the biggest heehaw for not knowing the difference between Mary J. Blige work that and Beyonce. They work it out OK. That is weekend. Joe Biden spoke after becoming president elect. But before Joe Biden spoke, the person who I voted for the reason I even supported that ticket to MVP, Madam Vice President Kamala Harris spoke now.
She came out to a song as she walks out to all the time. The hell's going on in Brooklyn? I'm sorry.
I'm you know, Comilla walked out to a song and she walked out to all the time. Let's listen to the walk out so Shazam can identify the song.
Here she comes to my house. Yes, that's right, Mary J. Blige worked that great record from one of our black musical icons, Mary J. Blige, Mary J. Blige is a one on one. All right. One of one, OK, never in the history of life has a Mary J. Blige song been playing in a black person of a certain age. Says, who is that? OK, Mary is in our DNA. She's in our soul.
When you hear Mary J. Blige, you know it's Mary J. Blige. Okata one time ever in my life, a black person to me said, who is that was my daughter, who is 12. When she asked me that, she might have been like eight or nine because we play Mary J. Blige so much around the house. I was upset at first, but then I had to remind myself that she's only nine. Of course, she doesn't know and that's perfectly understandable.
OK, but I'll tell you, who am I now? 12 years old, does know and has pretty much always known. And that's Beyonce. That's just how well known Beyonce is.
OK, eight to eighty, blind and crazy. Everybody knows Beyonce. You know why? Because she's another black musical icon that just lives in here. I'm pointing to my heart right now. She's in our hearts, our minds, our souls. Beyonce is to black people what sweet potato pie is the black people. We all love sweet potato pie. And if you tell me you don't like me potato pie, we have to ask what the hell's wrong with you.
But the good brother Van Jones might be the type to mistake sweet potato pie pumpkin pie, because the mistake he made this weekend on CNN is a mistake that should drop your black credit score significantly. No mistakes happen. We know this, but if all that certain mistakes we have to publicly shame people for, because we can't allow these kind of mistakes to happen, especially when Van Jones, a black man, is on CNN saying he needs to decode some of the stuff Comilla did for the base of the party base being black people.
Let's listen to Van Jones. The code this for white America.
It was great to hear and I also thought it was great to hear.
First of all, she walked out to Beyonce, dropped my mike, picked the mic back up the mic, back up and stop right there. Parked van. OK, I have never in the history of life heard anyone mistake Mary J. Blige for Beyonce. They envy you are a deejay. Have you ever heard somebody mistake Mary J. Blige for Beyonce? She never. Has anybody ever said, hey, could you play Beyonce a real love? No.
Could you play Mary J. Blige single lady? Has that ever happened? No. OK, just making sure same way we would never mistake Ebony for Jet. Good times for The Jeffersons, Michael for Magic CDs, the kind of mistakes that caused the black community to look at other black people sideways.
OK, you got to ask, is Van Jones an agent of change or just simply an agent amongst us that they know if he was an undercover cop and he said that in the hood, his cover would be blown. He'd like to do it and paying for running up on asking to do business. And he's like, what's up? You man? You act like the feds.
Hey, why your family so nervous look like the feds.
Like the feds then. Okay, I'm giving this van. We bring in one star, OK, one star for this. Right. When you mistake Mary J. Blige and Beyonce for anyone but Mary J. Blige and Beyonce, you get one star. Now, listen, Van did come back and corrected mistake. Let's listen.
Mary J. Black, not Beyonce. Sorry, but. Oh, God, it's OK with go. But the idea of that backup, that kind of that kind of a walk outside was all about that.
No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. The damage has already been done. Once you make a mistake like that, you have to renew your black card, OK? Your black card is under review. Now, Van did come back and correct his mistake. All right. He came back and he acknowledged that it wasn't Beyonce, it was Mary J. Blige.
But it's like, duh, OK, everybody already knew that.
Would you bang the Con Cassidy of you that not only confused Mayor de Blasio, Beyonce, but to say that you are decoding things, decoding things for white America. How are you going to code things for white America when you haven't even cracked these code yourself? Now, by Van Jones Logic, Mary J. Blige, Blue Ivy's mama and Beyonce, they sing the Burger King Crispy Chicken Commercial by Van Jones Logic. Mary J. Blige, the lead singer Destiny's Child and Beyonce that came up on Uptown Records under puffing Andre Harrell.
I want to know who Van Jones thought Kamala Harris was Saturday night. Shirley Chisholm. OK, now let the record show.
There is an interview with Van Jones and Busta Rhymes dropping online today, I believe, because I received a text from Van yesterday. Van Jones texted me yesterday, you know, telling me to check the interview out. And I replied, Are you sure it's Busta Rhymes fan? OK, Fan replied, It might be yellow. Let me check. The moral of the story is it was an honest OK mistake, but a mistake nonetheless. And it's only one way to fix this.
The only way Van Jones can make up for this is next time he's on CNN, he has to confuse two white icons.
I need him to mistake Elvis for Eminem immediately. Mistake Elton John posting.
You really want to drive the CNN crowd? Crazy mistake the Beatles for new kids on the Block.
OK, if not, you know, if not, then for making such a blue eyed, blond haired mistake, we have to call Van Jones Vanilla Jones for the rest of the week. That's the only thing that make this.
OK, please let me give Van Jones, a.k.a. Vanilla Jones, the biggest here, he Harkey, you stupid mother, you dumb. All right.
Well, thank you, Joe, for that donkey today. Oh, sorry. Mistaking you for Joe.
Joe, who is saying. Oh, yeah, please, Negro, please. DMX, please.
We salute Van for all the work he does in the community. Right. Slow him down. Wow.
Yeah, we do. Are we going to eat your ass up? You can't be going around and they can be on your block. And he was exhausted. I don't care. It's just certain things you don't do as a black person.
All right. Mary J. Blige or Beyonce. Come on now. All right. I can understand why you didn't take me more.
I say that. Oh, no. I know what was strikingly strikingly handsome.
Let me go to the process and just text me.
He said yet the brothers, the brothers up here with Bowheads Jeezy, a new podcast and a Black Eye Heart radio, the recession podcast. Jeezy launches today with first guest Tony Robbins. By the way, Malik Yoba.
All review that. I see that a little bit.
Yeah, somebody asked me the other day was like, yo, I see your brother, but my lips are way more moisturized than molecule.
But I'm not going there with you. Right. All right, let's open up. The Little League has historically you lips. Eight hundred and five. Do I have historically. Actually, Lipps, tell me the truth. I don't know. Eight hundred five. I don't look at your lips like that. Eight hundred five eight five one two five one. Let's open up the phone line. So over the weekend night, the numbers came in and we have a new president now was in the city.
I just got off finish my bike riding and we were shooting basketball by the station. And all of a sudden horn started beep. People started cheering. People were hanging out their windows, smacking pots and pans together. People were so excited. The city was so alive. I haven't seen the city just live in a long time. So what was your reaction when you found out that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will be the next president and vice president of the United States?
I'm here to keep you all humble, to not let you celebrate too hard.
That's just me to wait until I find myself a drink. Eight hundred five eight five one two five one. Let's talk about it. When we come back is the Breakfast Club. Good morning.
The Breakfast Club. Warning everybody is C.J. N.V., Angela Charlamagne, the guy we are the Breakfast Club now, if you're just joining us, we're asking, how did you celebrate? What was your reaction when you found out that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris won the election?
All right. Let's go to the phone lines. Well, let's start in the room first. What did you do?
Well, I've been watching the news all day, just waiting for some information. So the first thing I did was pour a drink and then, you know, I'm in Brooklyn. So they actually outside we're playing music really loudly, beeping their horns. They were playing chant.
So it was fun. What about you, Charlamagne? My reaction was simple. You know, it's dope, but it's not about feeling good. It's about actually being good. Like we're just not there yet in this country. And if we allow this administration to govern the way past Democratic administrations have governed, we still won't be good when this is over. So the best thing, you know, just my my reaction was the best thing we could do is like, you know, for for that ticket is to push people to vote for John USCIRF.
I think you pronounce his name, and Raphael Warnock in Georgia so Dems can have the Senate majority with the House, the Senate majority and Oval Office. They should be able to get some real work done. So that was my mind and my mind mindset was like we got so much work to do. So I don't want to celebrate too much because I feel like that's the same mistake we made on the album.
Yeah, I mean, I was in the city. I just finished my riding my bike and people would share and they were blowing horns. They were screaming, they were yelling. It was it was so much excitement. I haven't seen as much excitement in New York City like that in a long time.
I understand everybody being excited, you know, I mean, I like I said, I love Senator Harris.
You know, I supported her when she ran for president. So I'm happy to see her in that position. But it's just it's hard for me to get too excited because this country has shown me over and over that we have nothing to feel joyous about, regardless of who's in office. OK, so that's the reason.
But I think clearly there's work that needs to be done. But after these very stressful few days when we didn't know what was going to happen, it was nice to know for that day that that's what it was. And I was like, am I allowed myself to have a great day?
I mean, listen, I once again, they have to prove to us that they are willing to do the work that we want them to do. And also, this election can not heal the nation because the only people and the only people that can heal this nation is the people in the nation. Because let's be clear, 70 plus million people still voted for a fascist. So that should tell you everything you need to know about America. So we got a lot of work to do.
All right. Well, hello, who's this? What's up? Yo, what's up, bro? We're asking, you know, how did you react when you found out Joe Biden and Kamala Harris won the election?
I was upset, man. I want my taxes to go up to say they're going to raise taxes to get it up. I don't think they make over four hundred thousand. Yeah.
Make up for on a couple of hours of commercial property to walk out. Well, I will say this.
You got to make sure you know what your tax breaks are. And I think some people might end up still paying less with these write offs because you have to think that's not my CPA.
I say 30 percent of the top. I don't like his character, but character can't pay my bills and take care of my family. Hmm. Yeah, I think you've got a lead up and we can expect politicians to show up and, you know, there and that's what I was saying.
I agree with the hundred thousand dollars. I mean, I don't think it's going get passed.
So but I mean, if you if you and I care about humanity, 60 percent, just somebody who's a first time person has finally making money and got to support not only themselves but their family, that's that's rough. That's a lot.
I think that's a man you know, you finally finally get up foot in the game and we make the money. And now we got a guy that's going to come in, all of us, and start taking. And that's messed up.
I don't think it will get past it. Know, so I brought in. Thank you, brother. All right. You know what? That's an honest answer. I respect this. No, not true.
Hello. Who's this during the morning or. Good morning. Good morning. What was your reaction when you found out Joe Biden and Kamala Harris?
One, when I went out, my apartment door started doing appraisals and always.
So are you doing the two step in the hallway?
I'm going to step in the hallway back into my apartment because that's because that was the season that we went through and got so clean and we had to do a hundred percent. God, you better believe in them now.
I agree wholeheartedly. I believe that Donald Trump was one of the best thing that ever happened to America because we can't unsee what we've seen over the past four years.
They got to understand both of those shows. Really, no God, no God. Just in the back, a whole lot of still. And then that's when he goes in and he does what he has to do. Everybody say, wait up, let it go. And why do we have to do the black vote? I don't want to move that. All right. Thank you for inviting us.
We want you to remember eight hundred five eight five one two five one. Over the weekend, we found out that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris won the election.
So we're asking, what were your thoughts on the Harris initial reaction when the election the Harris and Joe Biden won? Neelix, call us up right now is The Breakfast Club. Good morning. Good morning, everybody. C.J. N.V., Angela Yee, Charlemagne, the guy we are The Breakfast Club. Now, if you're just joining us, we're asking over the weekend Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, they won the election. We ask you, what were your thoughts?
How did you feel? Did you celebrate? Let's talk about it. Hello, who's this? Hi, this is Jesse a Jesse. What were your reaction when you found out that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, Kamala Harris, won the election?
I called my daughter and my mom because all three of us, all three generations, you know, we all can. We all voted for the last election. We all got our hearts broken.
And then I heard from my sister, who was a staunch Republican, and she the Republican, she even supports Trump. Listen, she supports Trump. She was talking crazy. I love what she was talking crazy conspiracy. She's coming out the woodwork allegedly working crazy.
All that misinformation on Facebook works. I'm not really. Oh, yeah. Like, I'm going up. I happen to be in a certain kind of microcosm. You know, I have all kinds of friends, young and old, purple, orange, green. I had white lesbian friends that voted for Trump on the last election. That's crazy.
They voted for him for him this time to the numbers. But white women went up probably exactly way more informed.
But, you know, it all had to do with the fact that, you know, she had been a she was a Marine. You know, she was a lesbian, but she was a Marine. So when you defend your country and you know, and keep people off what it was that I knew black women in the last election that voted for him because they were anti abortion, you know, and this one came around and I had a conversation with the one that was anti abortion.
And according to her, we have enough of what we need in in, you know, in the Justice Department. So I don't really need to press that. And I'm not happy with how he's treating black men. So that's why she changed her vote. You know what? I was I was so overwhelmed. I just felt like the whole place felt so depressed the very day after that last election. And it was like the elation was like a relief.
I can't explain it. I mean, even the weather is stopping it. Yeah, it does.
But it was a beautiful day.
It's crazy that your friend, who is crazy, a friend of the let me vote for Trump, Donald Trump is rolled back so many LGBTQ, which we didn't know that he would do these things at the time. Again, like we said, uninformed. He voted for the guy that she knew who was saying the things that she thought she wanted at the time.
OK, hello, this is Nicole. Hey, Nicole, what were your thoughts when you found out that Kamala Harris and Joe Biden won the election?
I immediately started crying. I was already exhausted because I hadn't had any sleep. I swear I was part of CNN. And because I was there few days watching all the results come in and all the news that they were reporting. So I was exhausted, but I was crying and screaming because I was so excited.
Yes, I love it. I was like, I couldn't really sleep good while we were trying to find out what the results would be. And I was I feel much better.
I have a niece and about I was like, please go help these people. Can I have a friend in Phoenix? I said, go help these people because we need these results. And I was just so excited to hear from my best friend, who in Flint, Michigan, she's a a.k.a. our son. She was Lipski we to get off my phone. I'm terrified right now been.
But I was so excited I could arrive and get some rest. Yes, I can go and get some sleep. All right.
Well, what's the moral of the story?
The more the story is we got work to do. You know, I'm saying it's cool. You know, you to look for a moment, take a breath, but we have to hold this administration accountable. And the best thing we could do for this administration right now is to really turn our attention to the Senate runoffs in Georgia. Because if you get John USCIRF, I don't think I'm saying his last name. Right. And Raphael Warnock in the Senate, the Democrats will have the Senate majority.
And if they got the House, the Senate majority and the Oval Office, they can get some real work done and they'll have no excuses to not, you know, take care of their base, which is black people, because once again, we saved our asses in this election.
All right. Now we got rumors of the way you.
Yes. And since we're talking about the election, let's talk about Eva Longoria. She has had to apologize after saying that Latinos are the one who are the real heroines of Biden's election win. Well, our board up dramatises I apologize, too, because he said the same thing.
I didn't say that I heard it. You had a lot of energy when the mikes weren't on. That's not true. I was just saying certain states obviously showed that Latinos came out and you said Latinos came through in Florida. And I like your guys. Latinos. All right, guys. All right, guys. All right, guys. All right. All right.
You know who you're going to come right here. Almost in in Texas, we came out in support it. I said, Arizona, Nevada, shut up.
Now are going to cover some legal. But you guys, can we be united? Here they go. Yeah, yeah, yeah. All right. We'll get to the next one was on the way to breakfast local morning, the Breakfast Club.
This is the room, a report with Angela. It's close enough. Now, Eva Longoria has apologized for some comments that she made about Latinas being the real heroines of Joe Biden's election when she was on MSNBC. And here is what she had to say to Ari Melber.
The women of color showed up in a big way. Of course, you saw in Georgia what black women have done, but not Latina women. Were the real heroines here beating men turnout in every state and voting for Biden Harris at an average rate close to three to one.
Hmm. Well, you got to read the room. If you can't read the room, read social media. If you can't read social media, read a newspaper. OK, black people, especially black women, are the backbone of the Democratic Party. Joe Biden got eighty seven percent of the black vote, 92 percent of black women, I believe, most loyal and dependable Democratic voting bloc. And it's not even close. But why divide?
Well, she clarified her comments. She said about my MSNBC interview. Black women have long been the backbone of the Democratic Party, something we have seen played out in this election as well as previous ones. Black women absolutely should be applauded and lifted up. They brought this victory home in a big way. I was comparing Latinas to Latino men, not black women I met. Latinas were the ones who showed up for our Latino community. Finally, black women don't have to do it alone.
Latina women and other women of color are standing with them and growing their voice and power together. We are, yes.
So that was what, a divide. What? I don't understand why I had to be either or. Well, I don't know what your point.
I look to your right. We have a up. I left my TALF. We haven't up border region. His name is Drumrolls Ramos. Yes. He said he agree with you.
I did not say that. Do you really are going to stand by my side of this? Why does he. That's not true. That is not what she's saying is what she is saying is, according to the exit poll data, 70 percent of Latino women voted for Latino women, voted for Joe Biden in comparison to only 60 percent of Latino men. And so to make it mandatory also, she said, I still want a conversation with Eva Longoria.
And she said in a statement, represents a deeper issue between black and Latino women that we can't ignore needs to be addressed, that we can hurry up and get on the same page. We need one another in this fight.
You will sit down with Tamika Mallory and Linda Sarsour in common. Fred, let me school you. I'm just glad that black men showed up more Latino male. We showed up to stop this nonsense and for you, hostility. Donald Trump got lost because you paid more. I did not vote for Trump. And I agree with everything I said. We showed up in Florida and never said that. That's true. Say Arizona and Nevada is exactly what I said.
OK, why do I want to get to some really important that we should do? I do for our guts. I want to talk about continue.
I do want to talk about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Antaeus Big being inducted, as well as Whitney Houston. Now here is audio of Jay-Z and Diddy.
I remember when he was doing Life after death and he sent me the demo. It was incredible. I was a little worried for myself as an artist.
They say like time heals all wounds. You know, I kind of wait for that day. But I also think that, you know, time doesn't heal. Someone's sometimes you have to live with the human side of him came through his music and I think it moved the molecules in the world. I know for a fact of me in that direction, and I'm sure this happened to millions and millions of people worldwide.
Anyway, we can watch that because I don't have HBO. It was on HBO. Max, I want to you should have it. I have HBO. Max, I want to sometimes just have to log in. If you have, like, the premium package for your cable, you should have that, too.
I want to because The Boondocks is going to be on HBO next. But, you know, it's like, you know, certain programs to be wanting to watch. Like, I'm not going to download the whole streaming service to watch this one.
I have it. I downloaded it on my Apple TV and didn't have to pay for it like I have it either.
I've got to check out right now, in addition and I spoke, of course, Voletta Wallace, Biggie's mom, spoke as well as his children, C.J. and Tiana. Listen to this.
When my dad passed away, I was only three years old. To his fans and our family, I was able to see with my own eyes that his music transcended the hip hop industry. Our father was one of the founding fathers of hip hop. He helped revolutionize what was a young art form for the black community and the world. I'm honored to share his name and his dedication to black music, creativity, self-expression and black freedom. I love you, Mama.
Thanks for teaching us what Christopher Wallace was as a son, friend, poet, artist and father. Wow, that's beautiful.
And before we close out rumors, a couple more things here. I just want to say I saw Wisbech was teasing a potential something in the works as far as a versus battle. And he was saying that it looks like we got a tribe Called Quest and Outkast ending.
He wasn't supposed to say it.
That would be a Robideau. That'd be phenomenal. That would be the.
Dope is an understatement that Outkast versus tribe you're talking about possibly know two of the top three greatest hip hop groups of all time, like, yes, I would be super excited for that win.
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So we got to send a happy birthday to face Scarface today. Scarface is dropping close bond for Scarface. It's my guy is fifty one today. So one of my favorite rappers of all time.
He wrote the foreword for my last book, Shook with Anxiety playing tricks on me. I love that dude.
All right. So when we come back, let's get some face on in the mix. What age town is the Breakfast Club? Good morning.
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