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How did the world's greatest entrepreneurs find their way to such prominent positions of success? I'm Jeff Rosenthal and an Out of the Hustle, my podcast from my Heart Radio.

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I sit down to chat with the cultural innovators and Magnate's Shaping Our Future from the co-founder of the Black Lives Matter Movement to the former CEO of Twitter. Join us each week as we discuss the insights and critical advice that shaped all of their lives. Listen to the Art of the Hustle on the radio app, Apple podcast, or wherever you get your podcasts.

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And it's time to wake up in Angeliki and Charlamagne to the Breakfast Club, the voice of the culture. People watch the. Like, you'd really be tuned in. It's one of my favorite shows, though, just because you always keep you want to keep it real. They might not watch the news, but they're on Twitter, on Facebook. They're you know, they're listening to the rest of the show I saw.

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

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Good morning Angela ye here mighty DMV Charlemagne. The God Peace to the planet is Friday. Toronto, now, where are you? I mean, why can't there you go. There's Bay, you couldn't see me.

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I couldn't see you at first. Your work has been. That's right. Now, don't don't say that. That's disgusting. What is do you work Cosby in your work? Husband? I'm a married man who's playing peekaboo with me.

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That's the way of the work has been when you're a married man and then at work, this is your husband.

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No, I'm cool on that. I don't need a work husband. OK, now you cool on it or as you've been doing for the last couple of months now you call. I got I got a nice working wife upstairs. No, you just take what I do is flirting. Yes. Your perspective. OK, life is all about perspective. Just because I come here every day and do my job to the best of my ability, you take that as flirting.

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You do. Didn't we just report a story this week about somebody? Take Michael B. Jordan. Oh, Michael B. Jordan. The system. That's you. You Michael B. Jordan is the system. You, him, the system. OK, I'm just around here living my life like it's golden. And you think I'm flirting with you every it's walking around with your shirt over and you slap me on my ass every time I do something good.

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What do you call that in the room together? Thank you, Angela. My God, Jesus Christ. Thank you. All these eyewitnesses that listen to us every day for the past four or five months who know that we not even together. And you just jump that just throw that lie out there. OK, thank you, Karen. Jesus, break up.

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Just tell him we're not even together. I believe Karen just accused me of doing something and I'm not even there.

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I've been there five months. This blame the ball hit a black guy. Why don't you walk around here with his shirt off and slap me on that? I haven't even physically seen you in months.

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Jesus Christ, I am appalled. Amy, just go to break up. Just break up with me just like that.

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How do you go? Last night I went to my first ever drive in movie.

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Really good. Good. So tell me about this date. You well, my friend Jennifer Williams and Basketball Wives, she's starring in this movie called Indictment. Yanno, I'm in Detroit. I came out here for some you know, I got a couple of houses here, so I came here for that. But then she happened to have this movie premiere. And so it was a drive in movie. That's my first time going. It's pretty cool.

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You used to get the right angle. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Popcorn.

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We have drive in movie theaters in Jersey and in Jersey. They actually have hills. So you park your car in the hills so you can actually see the direction of the movie, which is pretty dope there, popcorn and refreshments. And you got to turn into a usually am station to hear the movie and it's pretty dope. We've been to a couple of million Jersey. I wonder how my body would feel about that.

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I don't know how my anxiety would feel about a drive in movie theater, actually. Why you don't get out of the car.

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I know, but they still would scare me. I just I don't know. Being around a whole bunch of people sitting in cars, I don't know why. I just would feel a little strange. No, because I had a cause for a very far apart from each other.

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OK, though, the video of what you all are talking about is movies are allegedly coming back because AMC is reopening is theaters next week OK with fifteen tickets. I don't know what the hell that means, but I know I need to see Black Widow. OK, as a Marblehead, I am very upset that I haven't seen Black Widow yet because they haven't been released. But maybe, maybe it'll be back in theaters.

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And what I, what I, what we used to do is we used to go to rent a U-Haul or a U-Haul place or any call place.

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We'd rent a pickup truck. And at the time pickup trucks are like twenty nine, ninety nine. And we'd put like a comfort in the back of the pickup truck with all the kids in the back. And that's how we would watch the movie.

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It'd be pretty dope until backwards. Backwards. Yeah.

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With Laila in the back of the pickup truck and put like a comforter down and we'd all sit laying in and watch the movie. Just something different to be outside. It was nice.

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The weather was beautiful. We do that all the time out in Jersey. Just give the kids something to do.

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I now I ask for the new Drake record. They said not yet. They don't have it in the system yet. We don't have a new drinking yet.

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Drake man played a new NAS, the new NAS and I got yeah I mean we got the new laws and the new Drake. I heard, I haven't heard the new Drake yet, but come on now, let's play a lot of Nas.

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I like Drake. Record is dope is like I like Drake.

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Video to Nas record is dope too old to back a black produced by hip boy. Both of them is. Do we have any of them up.

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We got the Drake I of course we got the Drake. We all make records in Drake Records in Iowa. This is Drake for Mr. Little Derek, this is a no record. It's called Laugh Now. Cry Later. It's The Breakfast Club. Good morning.

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Oh, and drink low dork like that, record videos, though, to morning everybody is D.J. Envy, Angela Ye Charlemagne, the guy we are the Breakfast Club, is getting some front page news when we start new.

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Well, let's start with the NBA playoffs. What is this looking like for the first play in series? And so Game one is going to be on Saturday, by the way, the Trailblazers versus the Grizzlies, the first step in the play and series schedule.

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Also, the Milwaukee Bucks versus Orlando Magic there, Raptors versus the Nets, the Celtics versus the Seventy Sixers, the Heat versus the Pacers, the Lakers versus.

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We're trying to figure that out. If it's going to be Portland versus Memphis, I think it will be, but oh, it's going to be at Portland.

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All right. Portland last night, Portland last night. They want a rematch.

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Very sad watching the game in the last second. I think it was by one point.

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Yeah, one thirty three versus the Mavericks, the Nuggets versus the Jazz, the Rockets versus Oklahoma City Thunder. And the Cowboys are planning to play games in front of fans this season, according to Jerry Jones. So they're going to use these pads actually to get fans inside the stadium. Here's what Jerry Jones had to say will adhere to all protocols.

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I am completely confident that if I've ever seen a general population, I have had a information of where the issues are, where the vulnerabilities are, how to conduct yourself. I'm confident that we've got a very educated situation and that our fans can come and have a safe experience at our stadium along with, of course, our players. I am a diehard Dallas Cowboys fan, if you know me, didn't ya know that, but know how much money do you want?

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Jerry Jones? If you want to pack Cowboys Stadium and you might need to go, go, go sit out there with them, OK, to convince me because I don't see why you would do that.

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Why would you pack eighty thousand people in a place like the cowgirls? I can't figure out why, but.

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Well, one person who was acting out of the NFL season tells you why. Damien Williams, he's a running back for the Kansas City Chiefs and his mother has stage four cancer. Here's what he said.

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Of course, you know, with everything going on as far as cultivating and just thinking, you know, my mom spends a lot of time with me, especially throughout the season. And then, you know, when the cancer hit and know just everything, just sort of, you know, going and going in my head to where, you know, the day is like, you know, with everything going on and people passing, you know, I know I have a couple of friends who, you know, their parents, you know, passed away from the from the covid.

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So it was like, you know, this is a perfect time just for me to spend time with my mom and be there for her or not mad at it.

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You got to think about it. You've got to think about others at a time like this. And that's what that brother is doing. You know, this his mom, he's still thinking about somebody else, and that's very honorable.

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All right. Well, I'm Angeliki, and that is your front page news. Yeah. You know, yesterday, Goshorn not only tell me Jerry Jones wanted to do iPods, but even if you still want to do this, I guess I didn't know.

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She said, oh, I still don't like that because people still got to come to the games. They still got to walk into the stadium and they still got to be in long lines. Like just you got to get to your pod first. I still don't like it. It's not worth it. All right, well, you know, I was going to say, yes, I got a note from one of my kids school, which didn't make sense.

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They were saying, you know, because the covid, the kids will have a half day and then the other half they have to do from home. But I'm sitting here saying if they got to go to school anyway for a half day, why not just do the full day that it makes sense to me. The letter I got said that today you can opt to do virtual learning at home or opt to come into the classroom. But if you have to opt, if you opt to learn at home and that's what you got to do that whole quarter.

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So from September to January and again, you can pick again whether you want to stay at home or come to school in January. Yeah, because they said half an hour.

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I'm like, how does that make sense? If they go half the day and and half the day to go home? If they in school, they in school.

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It didn't make sense to me. I don't know. I don't get it. All right.

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Well, get it off your chest. 805 five eight five one two five one. If you need to vent, hit us up. Now is the Breakfast Club.

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Good morning. The Breakfast Club. Hey, I'm Carlos Watson. I'm hosting a primetime talk show, and guess what, I'm not a white guy named Jimmy. Hey, with a global pandemic, historic recession, racial justice, protests, 20 20 is not a joke. We need something more than late night comedians help make sense of this craziness. Welcome to the Carlos Watson Show. Look, it's going to be brand new deep conversations with everyone from Malcolm Gladwell to Paris Hilton and back again.

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Join me, Carlos Watson on the Aussie YouTube channel or listen to the podcast version on the I Heart radio app, Apple podcast or wherever else you listen.

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I'm telling telly. All of you, this is your time to get it off your chest, whether you're mad or blessed. Eight hundred five eight five zero five one. We want to hear from you on the Breakfast Club.

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Hello.

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Who's this? This is Audrey Champion from Orlando, Florida. Good morning, Audrey. Andre calling from that crazy state of Florida.

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Yes, this is the tryout. And my youngest boy is a trout baby. OK, is the drought. You hear me? Listen, I'm calling me and I'm on I'm down by and Harris all the way because I feel like I feel like as black people, we will have a better chance, especially with a black woman that's on there because I'm a black woman. And she told me how you talk about Florida when I tell you this place is a plantation.

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Do you hear me? It is a plantation. It is the plantation. I'm a black woman in America, and I just feel like the way that the foot is just on my neck. Convicted felon got in trouble in 1992 and the state of Florida still holds that against me still right now. Today, it stays on my record for 75 years. I don't get to qualify to see or explains it. So I feel like my voice needs to be heard in electronically and I feel like it will be able to be heard through Kamala Harris.

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I just feel that way. And I feel like all the black women who sit around, you know, the black women who sit around and talk about her and and on the bandwagon about talking about her half of these people who are talking about her, they wouldn't even they would even do what she's doing. Yeah. Voting for senators for to. Yeah. I don't have the mental fortitude to even do what she's doing that that I'm sorry name which we love.

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And so we want people to feel passionate about voting, not just like I got to go vote yes.

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And that was one thing I did get my gear, I did get my rights to vote. You know, they gave me my right to vote. But the felony, it dictates where I can live, where I can walk and work. And I've been kicking in doors and then I'm a product of molestation. I was molested for like two and a half years of my life. So I deal with mental health issues because of that. Because of that right now.

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Today, Charlamagne Charlamagne, give me some resources. PTSD, I don't take medication. I don't do none of that stuff. I fight my way through. I have been developing my own coping skills just to make it in America as a black woman. And it is so draining when I tell ya it is draining. So I'm down with Biden. Hair is man, I'm down and I feel like all other black people should be down with it to settle out, you know, vote.

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There you go.

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Yeah, I think I think Abidin Harris administration has the opportunity to be as transformative as Lyndon B. Johnson was, you know, in particular because of Senator Kamala Harris and, you know, even to issues that she mentioned just now. I love Kamala Harris, his mental health program. You know, last November, you know, I was with Senator Kamala Harris in Goose Creek, South Carolina, when she unveiled her mental health initiative. So, you know, I actually like her because of the policies that I've seen her implementing the policy she wants to implement.

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So, yeah, I'm voting for Senator Kamala Harris all day. Well, thank you.

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Thank you for calling. Get it off your chest. Eight hundred five eight five one two 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. The young man. I hear from you on the Breakfast Club that if you've got something on your mind. Hello, who's this? What's going on? If he doesn't get it off your chest, hey, I don't want to call in and say happy birthday, which is tomorrow, but I'll have to call him today. Say happy birthday to my wonderful, beautiful wife. And he said, here, we're going to have a fun day tomorrow.

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And I'm so happy that I'm blessed to spend my life with you for the last 12 years.

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Hey, beauty queen. Salute your queen. King. All right. I appreciate it. I have a. That's important. You have some great guilt free, unprotected sex tomorrow with your queen. Hello.

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This is supposed to show the world what's up, bro? Get it off your chest, bro. I just want to say one thing. First of all, as we go, I want to say that it's that right now got a social media for the whole thing with the whole kit and stuff like that. And everybody is like, if you're not going to invite it and everybody's attacking, you would be on the forefront with their think. They're saying that regardless of who fight in is probably grab a partner or whatever.

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I don't don't trust her and I'm not being like that. I don't think it was a wasted away, but I don't feel like you have to vote for why they can't like this, because they think you got to look like her. So I think they said that you will have a king, the king.

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You can't have an opinion. Her name is Camilla, not Camilla. OK, and I and I do I do trust her, you know. And by the way, I could be wrong about that. But based off, you know, all the research that I've done since I've been following her in 2015, you know, we've interviewed her quite a few times. I've I've campaigned with her. You know, I've had conversations with her on air, off air.

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I do trust honestly, it's OK for people like her to play baseball history.

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I'm voting for her because of her history. I'm not voting for her because I did any politics. I'm voting for her because the programs I've seen are pass and legislation. I believe she will pass in the future. You know, like I spoke on a little while ago, I was with her in November when she unveiled her mental health plan. You know, we were we were in Goose Creek, South Carolina. She asked me to come out there and, you know, speak with her on a panel, her and my guy, John Moore.

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And there's a lot of that like her back on track program. And she implemented in 2005, which which which helped felons when they got out of jail to re-enter society. A lot of different things I like about it. You got to your research is absolutely critical to keep some of them in there. But oh, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. We're got like that's not accurate either, though.

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Like, did you know Jamal Truelove, which I thought was the most egregious case on her record. Jamal Truelove, he was somebody that people claimed Senator Harris wrongfully prosecuted by withholding evidence. He did a video last night saying that he's voting for her because she wasn't even intimately involved with his case. It was a prosecutor named Linda Allen who worked in Carmella's office. And that's what I think people don't realize. When you a D.A., AG, that's an executive role.

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You oversee eight thousand other prosecutors. So she's not personally involved in the day to day assignment of every staff member in case every court proceeding. The charging decision. My brother. OK, I'm just kidding, of course. So all the wrong she's been accused of nuclear war, all of that now I'm not I'm not saying she's clear of it because she was the D.A. in the AG.

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I'm just simply saying that's an executive role. So when you oversee 8000 other prosecutors, you know, that is your office, but that's not you. Who's intimately involved in all of those cases is what I'm saying. Sometimes you take the blame for other bad prosecutors. You don't understand.

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I mean, yeah, I just I don't I just don't feel comfortable with them at all. I know who we have there now with that, but I do know that. But I think this is I think whatever people say, oh, this is who I think that they bought into it because people say, oh, he's raising taxes. That's what in my opinion, he's got that right now. We have two people. All right.

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So the A people deal make like they say things differently. They may not be. I just they like the first things I'm hearing about the mandate of vaccine mandate that raise taxes. That's the first thing I'm hearing coming from that tape is what are you going to be my brother?

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Be critical. I'm not mad at that big critical question. All records, you know, I'm saying demand things, keep your foot on the neck.

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But I do trust in the IRS. I don't trust mine, but I trust into the house and I trust in the house to keep our trust in the house to keep Biden in line. Well, get it off your chest.

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Eight hundred five eight five one two five one. If you need to vent, you can hit us up. Now, we got room in a way. Yes. Yes.

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And, you know, we've been hearing for years now about the racist ice cream check jingle that when the ice cream truck pulls up and you hear that ice cream truck you song and you go running outside to get your ice cream. Well, now they have offered a replacement for that song, and we'll tell you all about it. All right. We'll get into that next. Keep it like this. The Breakfast Club. Good morning.

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The Breakfast Club. It was May 19th, 1983, in Springfield, Oregon, in the middle of an otherwise peaceful, cool spring night, a car arrived at McKensie Willamette Hospital. Diane Downs and her three children had been shot, Cheryl's seven was dead and Danny, three, and Kristy, eight, had life threatening injuries a year later. Diane herself was found guilty for the shootings.

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In the 80s, this was a shocking headline story of Fatal Attraction.

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Authorities believed Diane's infatuation with a married man who said he had no interest in being a father to anyone's children was the possible motive behind her shooting her three kids. One year later, at her trial, she was pregnant. That child was Becky Babcock. Four years, Becky, has tried to come to terms with who her mother is. But one mystery has haunted her. Who is her biological father? She's what I call a jackpot match.

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Did you find Becky's biological father?

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Join me as we search for the answer and explore Becky's and her mother's past on this season of Happy Face to Face. Listen, Nana, I heart radio app, Apple podcast or wherever you find your favorite shows. It's about who's going to work. This is the rumor report and on the Breakfast Club.

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Now we've been hearing for years how racist the history of that ice cream truck jingle when the ice cream truck pulls up and you hear it coming. This is what the song sounds like.

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Now, the history of that song, it originated as a song called Turkey in the Straw. But when it came to the U.S. from the U.K., that's when they changed the lyrics for it. And it was and We'd Love a Watermelon was the song. And it was actually released by Columbia Records in 1916. And it portrayed black people as mindless beasts, devouring slices of watermelon. And so that's the racist history of the song. I don't even want to get into what some of the things that are said in that song are.

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But now Rizza is offering an alternative to that song and he's saying that alternative will be free forever. Listen to what he had to say.

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They called me up and it was like we got to something about this race. We could change the dynamics. We could make a new ice changing for new album. We wanted to make a melody that includes all musicians, that's good for every child as a kid, and I'm proud to say for the first time in a long time, a new ice cream truck to be made available to trucks all across the country in perpetuity. That makes for a change.

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However, I can't lie.

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The original racist ice cream jingle still slaps harder than the one resume made. But Resume made an ice cream jingle in 1995. It was on only bill for Cuban links to purple tape. You can we play a little bit of that then?

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You're not going to tell me that the ice would be hard? No, know, that's what I'm saying is is better than that little jingle just made. And it's just as iconic as the racist ice cream truck. Come on now. I'm pulling up in the hood playing dum dum dum dum dum dum dum dum dum. Oh, man.

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Come on now. All right.

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Great rhythm and good humor is new one over there. Better than the ice cream instrumental. Now we are playing.

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Oh, and the reason the reason one steals is slap it slap.

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I think it's probably more of an issue with having to clear that song and pay for it because it's when it's free and when they raise it just so they won't have to lose a song because they can't get the ice cream instrumental.

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Of course, I don't know. I don't know who has the type of publishing deal he has or whatever or what kind of pain are going to be resistance.

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Yes, Rizza owns the new Tang logo, so I know he owned ice cream instrument.

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All right. Now David Blaine has a new stunt that he's planning to do. He's trying to float across the Hudson River from New Jersey to New York City while holding helium balloons. And he's planning to do this later this month. It's going to be his first Large-Scale live stunt in nearly a decade.

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So that sounds a little scary to me. Just holding a bunch of helium balloons and then going across the Hudson River.

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David Blaine, I don't know if you've noticed or not, but it's way too easy to die in 2020. OK, yeah, there's no question that. Twenty, twenty one. Yeah. Which is no need to do that stunt in 2020. Why do you need the adrenaline rush David. Twenty twenty hasn't been enough.

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You already know he said this then has been ten years in the making and you can watch this happen live on David Blaine Ascencion on YouTube on August thirty.

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First, God bless him.

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Yeah, I'm with you. Yeah. Maybe try that. Twenty, twenty one. Let's leave twenty twenty alone.

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All right. Now here's something you might be interested in. A little Romeo and Little Bow-Wow documentary is in the works. According to Romeo, he said for the culture instead of inverses, I already hit how to do a documentary side by side reminiscing on our historic young careers together. Stay tuned. And this is how we celebrate each other. God is real. Yeah, I'm sure it's a whole generation.

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I did. I would appreciate that. Little Romeo and Little Bow-Wow definitely impacted a generation. I don't know what generation you would call that. Is that the millennials? I don't know. I guess. Yeah, millennials. Millennials yet.

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All right. And congratulations to John Legend and Chrissy Teigen. They are expecting their third child. They made that announcement in the video for the song Wild. Chrissy Teigen stars in the video with John Legend. And near the end of the video, you can see her holding her stomach and see that she's pregnant. So that's how they announced it. So congratulations to them. They already have two children, four year old daughter Luna, two year old son Myles.

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And they're also in the music video near the end.

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Oh, congratulations, John Legend and Chrissy Teigen. Blessings to you. Absolutely.

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All right. And Nas has confirmed that he has fourteen tracks for a hit Boyz Kings Cableway produced Kings Disease album that he's doing that's coming out on August 21st. So you just have to wait till next week. And we actually are going to play his new song right now, right?

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Hey, man, I want to close my eyes when I said Jones, I love all black produced by hip boy. Nah. Sounds very and pocket on on this record. And one thing Nas will never fumble is bars about blackness. OK, well like I love black his old record that will record Black Zombi off the last tape. This, this is in that same vein. I love when Nas raps about just being black and proud so I love you.

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Right. All right. Well let's get into the joint next.

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We got front page news coming up, but this is Nas Ultra Black. It's The Breakfast Club. Good morning. Morning, everybody.

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Is D.J. Envy, Angela Ye shall I mean the guy we are the Breakfast Club.

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All right, let's get in some front page news, but we start you.

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Well, AMC Theaters is finally reopening there theaters next week. They're going to be having fifteen cent tickets as the world's largest movie theater chain, and that's fifteen cents a ticket to commemorate its centennial. So they're doing movies in twenty twenty at nineteen twenty prices on opening day. So what they expect is to open two thirds of their more than six hundred us their locations and they want to open it. By the time that Christopher Nolan's there. LT hits theaters on September 3rd, the U.S. theaters will open only after authorized to do so by state and local officials.

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They are implementing new safety and health measures to. Make sure moviegoers are safe, that includes requiring all guests to wear masks, lowering their capacity and upgrading ventilation systems after opening day, tickets will still be available for cheaper than usual, although that could definitely work.

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But there's just no movie that I'm willing to go to the movie theaters to see at the moment. Now, would I go see Black Widow by Marvel? Yes, but I go see coming to America to. Absolutely. Those are the only event movies I would go see in a theater.

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I'm not a lot of Waititi doing these things. Like I seen a concert overseas where they have these separate pods, where you away from people.

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So if they do the seating like kind of where you can have your family in one section and people just to give the kid some type of normalcy, you know, I would think about it.

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Yeah, we still got to get to the bottom. Got to walk, pull up.

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You know, I mean, walking the line right now, Donald Trump is saying that he opposes providing additional money to the Postal Service to help them deliver mail in ballots. Here's what he had to say.

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One of the reasons the post office needs that much money is to have all of these millions of ballots coming in from nowhere and nobody knows from where and where they're going. Why it's so much I don't know, but that's what the Democrats want. But if the bill isn't going to get done, that would mean the post office isn't going to get funded. And that would also mean that the three and a half billion dollars isn't going to be taken care of.

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So I don't know how you could possibly use these ballots. E mail in ballots. Absentee ballots, by the way, are fine.

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They all understand what he just said, he doesn't want them. He doesn't want to fund the post office because he wants to make it harder for you to vote by mail. If the post office don't have the money to do their job, then they can't do their job. That right there is what would happen if voter suppression was a person.

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OK, look, no further that right there, it couldn't be more politically. Ironically enough, both Donald Trump and his wife, Melania Trump have requested million ballots for Florida's primary election on Tuesday.

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So as much as he's against it, it's that he's using.

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I am afraid of what may happen on or around November 3rd. I wouldn't be surprised if Donald Trump says we have to go on mandatory lockdown on November 2nd to flatten the so-called second wave of coronavirus, even though the first wave hasn't left yet, like they are going to do everything in their power to try to steal this election again.

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And one of the most simple and profound statements is if votes don't matter, why do they keep trying to steal them from you?

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This is yet another example.

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All right. Now, Donald Trump was questioned by a White House reporter for Huffington Post. It was a pretty simple question and he clearly did not answer it and went to the next person. Listen to this. Three and a half years.

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Do you regret it all? All the lying you've done to the American people all the way, all the lying, all the dishonesty that who has done you have done?

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And please, please people who say why he sounds like me back in the day trying to curb curb my wife when she asked me who I was that you know what?

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Excuse me. Well, the question is, who are you on the phone with? Oh, my gosh. If you say what?

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What. Huh? You know, if you can, you can hear so, you know, he heard that you can can drop on a cruise for God damn Donald Trump, say what you want and there was no follow up.

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I would think that reporters would be on the same page in that moment. Right. So regardless of what like regardless of what your question is, you got to come back with the same question. Yes, man. You got to come back with the same question. Come on, news reporters. Come on, media gang. You all know what to do in a situation like that. How that man back. I can't I don't know the reporter was that ask that question.

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But and the very next question should have been somebody asking me exactly what that guy that had Donald Trump in there looking like a ping pong ball.

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All right.

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And just the FBI, Michael Cohen has released his excerpting cover on his tell all book about Donald Trump. I know where all the skeletons are buried is what he said. That's Donald Trump's former personal attorney. And so the book is called Disloyal A Memoir.

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Who else is coming up? A lot of people got fed off Donald Trump.

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Let's be clear, there's a lot and it's going to be it's going to be stories for decades to come, by the way.

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And that's probably why the hashtag Urin, I don't know if you saw this is trending. You're in trouble, Trump, but you're in like he you're so you're in trouble.

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Trump is trending right now. He's got to do anything.

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Urin is usually golden yellow. Donald Trump is armed with urine.

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And Trump got know the Russian collusion in how they said that the women urinated on Donald Trump. And they have videotapes of that. And that's why they haven't backed in the corner that you didn't hit it always.

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You mean people excuse me. Say what? If you call, you get. That's been the longstanding rumor that there's tapes of Donald Trump getting urinated on. So now you're in trouble.

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Trump is trending interesting. Mm hmm.

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All right. Well, amazingly. And that's your front page news. All right. Thank you, Miss Yee. Now let's open up the phone lines. 855 one two five one Charlamagne.

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He's been talking about the city girls in the city. Girl interview for the last. I love the city girls.

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Talking about the interview makes me laugh just when I look back at it. I love city girls. What about I hope you get what I've been talking about. What was the question that you had, Charlamagne, about Broadwood? I don't need that. I am a judge. What was the question? What the hell are you talking about?

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About dudes. Yeah.

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Broke dudes in a single day. Oh no, no, no, no.

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You know, the question it was a question I actually asked G.T. in Miami when they were here because, you know, they got a song that I love called P Word Talk.

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Right, boy. KAZMI Top Eurodollars unions make this, you know, Bitlis. What was just so I was just asking them, you know, is money the only thing that makes their pompon talk? You know what I mean? Is there polyfoam ever have casual conversation? So it just really got me to thinking about two things. Number one, the city girls say out loud what a lot of women are already thinking because there's no woman out there that wants to be with a broke man.

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Y'all know that. Don't try to lie and act like y'all do. And number two, is there anything other than money that would make a woman's porn point talk?

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So it makes you want to talk? I mean, what makes you proponent a good conversation, intellect? Know a person recommending me a good book, you know, just any type of a mind stimulating conversation. Something that makes me think definitely makes my point from talk.

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And what does it say? It says in start some of that knowledge here, you know, this guy is crazy. Why don't we play so much, though? Because you that is you aido. Is that a book in your pocket or are you just happy to see me, huh?

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OK, I want every resource to penetrate my penetrate my mental. This is all you're right. Eight hundred five eight five one two five one.

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So I guess we're asking what makes your Boom-Boom talk so they can't always be about money?

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Charlamagne says a nice conversation makes his Pupo talk. I would think that that does that nice conversation unstimulated you, Charlemagne's says.

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What else makes you to talk doxology? I just told you all this conversation. Nice consolation, but I'm just simply saying the silly girls, they're younger, but a lot. Even though a lot of women do think like that, a lot of women do, you know, say, listen, if you're not financially stable, you're not financially set, you're not getting up in these drawers.

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But, yeah, that girl that I was I was going to ask the woman to. But never. Never mind. I know the other one.

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Well, you to raise a question about you and me talk. Right. That is why you asked him.

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Exactly. He directed it right to me. I mean, you won't talk because you asked and you answered give me some nice conversation.

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I in my college, I'm in tune with my divine feminine, OK, sacred, masculine side. So I have a healthy balance of both. Thank you.

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And I'll know if you see what he said, that he lifted his leg. You can insert some shit. I'm going to pull out your phone call and right now call me.

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And joining into the Breakfast Club to break it down, eight hundred five eight five one five one, The Breakfast Club. This morning, everybody is T.J. Envy, Angela Ye shall I mean the guy we are, the Breakfast Club. Good morning. Now, if you just joined us, the city girls were here earlier this week and Charlemagne asked them this.

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You keep talking about Greg. And I want to ask you about something there. Something in that record you say no, nothing, but just can't make this talk and then we're back. With that said, did you just have casual conversation? I mean, one is and you have to say everything is fine. We go, let's school. But I know if you can speak when you first, first and foremost, you only never put a JT.

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I think you said if you go broke is going to be very valid. Question if you ask me.

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So we did ask you eight hundred five eight five one two five one. I guess we were asking what else. Make sure you speak. Charlamagne says anything with knowledge he wants inserted it.

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Shut up and watch Mouth Angelie because OK, no, I don't want to go to human resources. So Angeliki so why are you OK with asking him the same thing? Because he would be human resources to. That'll be the story. Now that's the best story.

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OK, when I going in I talk about what I've seen and I've witnessed and I've experienced. OK, I get this.

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So Angela, you heard the question.

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You know, you hear the question. And I think that ambition is important.

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I understand what people mean when they say broke. But I also feel like having those successes, sometimes people are not as much focused on money, but more about like getting things done, being successful. They're ambitious. And at first the money doesn't count. So I think that achievements would also make matters. But, you know, it really helps if you can make it less sense of humor.

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How do you make the point and laugh? OK, OK. And, you know, when it laughs, it's like, you know, you know, that's that's what she brings up.

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A very good point. You know, I always say that you always have to have a high level. You know, when Biggie Smalls said black and ugly as ever, however, you always got to have your however, you know, Biggie's however, was he was Gucci down to the socks so he could dress, you know, I mean, probably probably smelled nice, whatever, whatever. But you, however, might be you got a sense of humor.

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You know, you, however, might be your intellect, however, isn't always something tied to the fight to find my name that I have, however.

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Yeah. All right. Let's go to the phone lines. Hello. Who's this?

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Good morning. Breakfast Club. This is day to day playing today and today.

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Today and today. I think you think I got that right.

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But anyway, what makes you problem? To talk to a man that really listens to what you have to say. And I'm not talking about, oh, I'm giving you instructions to do things I'm talking about. If I'm just. Did not you ask me how my day and you just having general conversation and I'm like, you know what? I have an even blank, blank, blank in a while or I haven't. You know, I love to get a play when I get up and down my back, then killing me and you come home baby.

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You got a meal. Oh, you got all better baby. Or you got to give me to get a massage is my body bag. Come here. Do exactly the I'm with you and if he got no job you can do all of that.

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That's crazy that you want to get clean up. That's how you know exactly. That's what I'm talking about now.

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Janah, come on now. Janie, you started off by saying all you want is a man out of listen. Now you say you want a housekeeper cook a misuse.

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What shouldn't we everybody be there to each other? Should not be married. Yes. You know, congratulations. You know, so get that nice footing. OK, if I come home and my husband got the pipe rolling, OK, and I like to come home from work, it's my uncle and he was actually want wanna know.

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OK, Damjan again. Jane again. Horny thinking about it. I'm going to go home right now.

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All right. Well we are still married.

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He is still going on vacation. You're right. That's all I do in London. Are you trying to give somebody good. Good or what.

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Yes, ma'am. OK, I'm with you, Dana. Hello. This anonymous. Anonymous.

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Why the hell you got to remain anonymous on the radio. You can give a fake name. Can't see you. What makes your problem, speaker or woman that can cook from scratch. Yes, a woman I can cook from scratch that not know noodles in the microwave know but really from scratch. Like your mom. Your mom. Yeah that'll make my. Oh I don't like Jimmy Breslin.

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It's about the problems that can we have anything for ourselves. Damn it. Do we have anything for ourselves.

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What are y'all gonna make me talk.

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That was an understanding that we were talking about a simulation that night. Yeah, we had one thing we talking to the women, my brother, but we appreciate you calling.

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Thank you. Once you started talking about your. And everybody want to talk about it. Absolutely. Eight hundred five eight five one two five one.

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We're talking about what makes you want to talk. Call us up. Now is the best and only if you have one, please.

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

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Come on. Eight hundred five eight five one five one morning. Everybody is D.J. Envy.

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Angela Ye Charlemagne, the guy we are the Breakfast Club. Now, if you just joined us, we were talking to the city girls earlier this week and Charlemagne asked them about making their talk.

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Let's hear you keep talking about you talking. And I want to ask you about something there. Something in that record you say no, nothing, but just can't make this talk. And then we're back with that said, did you just have casual conversation? I mean, one use out? No, you have to say everything is right. We go. Let's go. Come on, guys. One of these you can see when you first, first and foremost, you only never put a JT.

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I think it's JT said if you go broke, there's going to be single, very valid question, you know, because that's the other thing to all of us.

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Didn't grow up with money. And when you grow up in a certain environment, you grew up in the hood, you grew up in a rural area in the country, you ain't around a whole lot of brothers with money. What I mean, so brothers have to rely on other things. As I said earlier, you know, you've got to you could be black and big. You say black and ugly as ever. However, you've got to make sure you have a high level.

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You, however, isn't always tied to financials. You've got to be that as it got. You got to have a nice conversation. You've got to be an intellectual, you know what I mean? Share some books maybe. What did you say, Angela?

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You make sure I said you can make it laugh. But I also feel like ambition and having your successes in whatever it is that you do. I think that's attractive now.

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Not mixtape rapper ambition, though, right? I think is realistic ambition where you actually have a plan and it's working, but you might not be there yet. Got you. All right. Well, let's go to the phone lines. Hello.

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Who's this is Stephanie from Birmingham. Hey, Stephanie. Good morning, Stephanie. Good morning.

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Now we're asking, what makes you a person whom I think I should ask. Yeah, you should ask.

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Hey. Hey, Bill. So basically what makes me is I also like and if you love me correctly and just good conversation. Yes.

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How do you love the conversation? I like that. Tell me how you love someone correctly. I think I'm doing it right. Well, tell me this is when you love someone way you value them and you speak to all of their dreams and ambitions and help them, the better the better part of themselves. True, indeed.

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OK, I'm with you on that one hundred percent. Right when you're right, when you're pouring into a person. Not that toxic love, but that love. Love.

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Hello, who's this. Hi, my name is Catherine.

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Hey Catherine. Catherine. Hello. We're talking about what.

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Make sure you ask but Angela can't. So we're talking about our Silly Girls interview and what makes your poem from talk.

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So initially, like, I think society has really just set up our young people to think backwards. If you're dating somebody at a young age, it's very rare you're going to find somebody who's got money in their pockets, who can buy you your G wagon, whatever, and so on and so forth. So you really got to build that man and help him out to get where he needs to be. Women are so quick to just toss men aside and say you don't have what it what it needs to take care of me.

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But as a grown woman, a man with money shows that a man is on his grind, that he is working towards something, that he has the intellect and the ability to get out there and get things done. And I think that's what attracts women to a man with money.

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Right. The power that comes with the right and the power that comes with it. So to me, I think we're talking about age differences here and really what you're looking for comparative to somebody who's young and somebody who's grown and looking for what they need. True, indeed.

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OK, OK. Well, thank you, Mom. Right. Let's get it. Hello.

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Who's this. Oh this is King of the Munder. How you guys doing. OK, you got money. You got money. I'm Davido is causing real quick. I want to hit the point. Definitely intellect stimulates me but I'm talking about that.

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I want to talk about you have Obasi. You have one. No.

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Yeah, yeah. I do have control but there you go. At the top I presume. Oh wait a minute.

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You Sharmin mean, listen, I've been trying to call for the past one week to get my point across and the only thing I want to. To say what I think we're losing the war as black people weren't talking about intellect and logic, and the reason is right now, I think everything just picked us up. And I think we don't have a strategy. A good example is the news reporter that used the N-word. Everybody is so mad at the news reporter that people fail to forget that she's just the messenger.

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I am more excited for the fact that she brought the news. Man, we're trying to talk about it right now.

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I mean, I want to say yes, but I wanted to hear about that. You call it on a Friday, derailing us from a great boom, boom, boom, boom conversation.

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All right. Oh, I hear about that right now using the N word now that I want to talk about the boom boom.

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And I say, oh, my goodness, I meant to say boom, boom. And we know what you meant.

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We know what you mean. What's the moral of the story, guys?

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The moral of the story is thank you to my wife for loving me when I was broke. That's why now that we are grown, she can have whatever she likes because I would not be me if it wasn't for her. So when her poem talks, I listen because our home always has something to say to me.

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I speak that language. You hate me, you hate me. We don't hate you. It sounds like you're right. You're yelling at all right. Yeah.

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We got rooms on the way back. Yeah.

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I thought I bet you if I thought you'd be like, did you call me? You know what you. I don't know, burning. All right.

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Well, things were being nasty this morning. Let's talk about music. Yesterday, Playaz was trending. And that's because because of his what remix can we play that or is it too nasty?

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I don't know. If we have a clean version, we could play a little bit of it. We'll get into it. Next is The Breakfast Club.

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Good morning, PJ Envy. Angela Ye shall I mean the guy we are the Breakfast Club. Let's get to the room is let's talk.

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Jason Derulo is she's spilling the tea. This is the rumor report, Angela on the Breakfast Club. Yes.

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So Jason Dualla, how much do you think he makes off of those Tic-Tac videos that he does? If you had to guess?

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I have no idea. I don't know you. I don't know. You get paid from Tic-Tac. Well, apparently, he did an interview, a complex assignment, and they had a rumor that he was making 75000 per video. But he said it would be tacky to say what he makes, but is far more than that.

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Yeah. How do you pay for that? How do you get paid for that? I don't know. Maybe he has sponsors. Who knows? You know, some people pay for ads on Instagram or whatever, so I'm not sure.

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But he may have seventy five thousand now. That'll be the reason why he does so much now. I get it.

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Yes. Interestingly enough, he did an interview with The Telegraph this week and he was talking about starring in the movie Cats and how he thought it was going to change the world. He said, even when I saw the trailer, I got chills down my spine. He also said for the longest time I was trying to figure out what's the perfect first role catch. Checked all the boxes. You can't get a more star studded cast. You don't get a more respected director than an Oscar winner.

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And a run time tugger is a legacy role, a standout character in a classic musical. Even when I saw the trailer, he said, I thought it was going to change the world. If you remember, cats had a huge budget. I think it was like one hundred million dollars and then Taylor Swift was in it. It just Elba, James Corden, Jennifer Hudson, you know, a whole lot of people were in that. So I guess he thought as a first role, this would be a great look.

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But unfortunately, it did not even make the money that the production cost.

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So it made about seventy three point seven million on a one hundred million dollar budget and it got a 20 percent overall. Rotten Tomatoes score from critics. A lot of people say it's like one of the worst movies. So what he did say is one thing that he learned is you can't wait for the perfect moment because that might be your moment if you find yourself dancing on a giant bar stool, pouring milk on a bunch of human beings who are also just like horny kitty cat self interrogate Jesus Christ.

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Anyway, now let's talk about Plies.

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He was trending yesterday and that's because he did his own wife remakes. You know, he is the king of doing nasty songs. And he was trending as people were talking about Khateeb and making this Dalyan and rap. And people were criticizing women for talking about sex.

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And he posted this in a way, I see it. It is so nasty.

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I don't even think we could put too much of it on here. It's very edited by Cardi B herself. Cosign the popularity of this when somebody highlighted the fact that he was trending because of his remix and she reposted it in real well replies.

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Fliess absolutely learned how to use social media to his advantage. But I saw a couple of remixes so far. I have one, too.

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I don't think it fared as well. Amplify. Nobody cares. I said I saw you had one. No, I don't hear a lot of people preferring to those like people preferred the play's version so far. All right.

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Now, Sierra also dropped a music video yesterday and people loved it.

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It was shot two days before she gave birth, which is amazing that she's shooting music videos two days before you have your child.

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They have their newborn son win. Now, Russell Wilson also congratulated her on that after she posted it.

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And he said what she means to not only me and the kids, but people from all over the world. The fact that you shot this amazing video only a few days before delivering baby win shows why you are the best in the world. Stay hashtag rooted and the name of the song is rooted.

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Listen to this message. We did the Pepsi scheme and it's great to be here doing all my songs. Come and got the Hot Dog. So like having a Queen Fishbone. That was a. Excellent.

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I like to record I haven't heard the whole thing, but I'm from that piece I heard I like the message and it sounds kind of dope and dropping bombs for Russell Wilson because Russell Wilson, he always makes sure it ain't just to cash making that point home talk.

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He is a very attentive man.

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He definitely seems like he always makes you sound like you want him to get yourself some Rotherwood with them because I'm saluting a brother for being attention to his one man. Like, you can tell that Russell is very into his woman. I appreciate that. That's a great idea to turns out here.

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I didn't see I'm saluting that man. Celebrate that black love man. But he left me Sierra have no right. Love me like that. Make my point to talk. No, it just makes me it keeps the bar raised. The love your wife like that. I love my wife in that same manner.

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All right. Well I'm Angela Yee and that is your room.

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I report. All right. Thank you, Miss Yee. Charlamagne, we give you that donkey too.

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Well, I'm giving it to a person named Daniel Simms. Daniel Sims is fighting to keep Confederate monuments up. So we need to come to the front. It kind of gets you. We like to have a word with him. All right. We'll get to that. Next is The Breakfast Club. Good morning.

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I'll be a doctor because right now you some real nice.

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It's time for Donkey Day, so we you ever feel I need to be done with the heat this year, please tell him I have become Donkey of the Day, The Breakfast Club, because you're you don't get a date for Friday, August 14th, close to an Alabama man named Daniel Simms.

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Now, Daniel is a member of the Captain John Rayburn camp for two Sons of Confederate Veterans.

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And he was participating in a counter protest rally held by an organization seeking to remove a Confederate monument from the Marshall County courthouse.

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The rally was held by, say, their names. Alabama dropped on a close bond for, say, their names, Alabama. And I know people like to scream. And removing the Confederate monument is just symbolism.

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Guess what? I don't care. I enjoy the symbolism, OK? I grew up in South Carolina, Moncks Corner, to be exact, on a dirt road, eight, four, three was happening, OK. I call it a low country, which is Charleston in the metro, which is Columbia. I call both those areas homes the eighty three. And my whole life I would say I never experienced overt racism simply because I never had a white man call me N-word to my face.

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Now I know I experienced Colvert racism. I just didn't know exactly what that looked like because you never really do, because duh is Colvert. But the reality is I was experiencing overt racism my whole life. Why? Because the Confederate flag was flying over the state house lawn in Columbia, South Carolina is down now. By the way, the John C. Calhoun statue was in downtown Charleston. That's down now, by the way. I just came down like a month or so ago.

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And highways and buildings are named after Strom Thurmond, who was a racist segregationist. His name is still on buildings and highways. We need to change that. South Carolina, by the way. OK, University of South Carolina, y'all need to rename the Strom Thurmond gym. All right. The point I'm making is that overt racism is and was still all around me in South Carolina. What that does is it numbs you to your own oppression, OK, your marginalization as a human living in places where racism and bigotry is so overt, normalises prejudice.

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You really get rocked to sleep. And if you sleep, you can't fight, OK? You can't change the system that you've grown accustomed to.

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You can't change the system that you've become comfortable with. You just tend to accept it. And that's what they want us to do, just accept racism as normal so we don't fight it. But those days are over, OK?

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We need to learn from post-war Germany and take down all Confederate monuments and change the names of anything named after racist bigots say where they are. No Nazi statues in Germany. There shouldn't be any Confederate racist monuments in America. So I stand with, say, their name, Alabama and protesting to bring those monuments down.

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Well, Daniel Simms doesn't feel like that. In fact, Daniel Samms wants the Confederate monuments not to be touched. Let's go to W.H Anti nineteen for the report, please.

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Regardless how the next person feels, I'm not going to take my flag down if I got a thing to do with it. Ain't no monument. Don't come down. Since he was adopted as a child, my whole family's life went to all of us grew grew up in our neighborhood. My grandfather was white and he was my one that fought in this war here and he's taught me everything I know.

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He explains how he'd feel if the statues and flag were relocated.

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It might make my blood boil if they just come up here and feel like they could just tear it down. I don't see me still living. If they do have that monument, I heard nobody that my man ain't kill him. So it ain't talking to nobody. It ain't it ain't even racist.

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Sounds to me like Daniel is the one who needs to ask some questions. What was he talking about? His grandfather fought and couldn't be the civil war could because he said his grandfather taught him everything he knows what the civil war from 1861 1865. No way. He was around to learn anything from his grandfather. Second, if he's talking about the civil war, there's absolutely no reason to be celebrating the losers. All right. The South lost. So why are we celebrating the losers?

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That's what I never understood, Dan telling us to take you to the truth. The truth is the South lost. The losers shouldn't be celebrated. OK, we don't remember nobody that Michael Jordan beat in the finals. We don't celebrate them, OK? We celebrate the champion and we should be wiping America clean of his racist history in past. Also is hard not to be racist. It's hard not to be prejudiced if you are still holding on to symbols and ideologies of racism.

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Now, Daniel Simmons is getting Donkey of of the Day for this line.

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Let's listen to this one particular line that my ain't hurt nobody, that my man ain't killed him. So it ain't talking bad. Nobody it ain't in 1881. Racist.

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He's right. That monument ain't killing us soul. It ain't talking bad to nobody. It ain't even racist.

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That's because it's a goddamn monument. Oh, it's a statue. It's the flag. It's the inanimate object. Of course it's not. Telling anyone it's not a person. OK, of course, it's not racist, it's statue. It doesn't have feelings, you know, but the people those monuments were built about where racist people who waved those flags did talk bad about people. They did enslave people and kill people. What the hell is wrong with you, Daniel?

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OK. The monument represents a philosophy, OK? The idea that white is right and everything else that isn't white is wrong, that that monument not bothering nobody. You're right. But what that monument represents bothers the hell out of me. OK, not only did it bother me, it enslaved my ancestors. All right. So, Daniel, what I need you to do is shut the F up and get the hell out of the future's way, because in the words of a great man named Danos, as long as there are those who remember what was, there will always be those who cannot accept what can be.

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And it's time for people like you to get snapped and turn to dust. Please give Daniel Sims the biggest heehaw.

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Right now.

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It's time to play a game of guess what, right today. Now, if either one of you and we are Angela, you are familiar with this story, you're cheating, OK, but I'm going to play it anyway and we will start with you. Alabama, Alabama, Alabama. A member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans doesn't want the Confederate monument to come down. And guess what city? I have to say black, because you know the storm.

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No, no. Because it wouldn't be a story if it was a white guy.

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It wouldn't be a story, in my opinion. But since it's a story, I'm sure he's either a brother or Latino or you wanted him smart.

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You wanted him smart, dark. It's not like right now you've got to exclude.

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OK, Angela Alabama, a member of the Sons of the Confederate Veterans, doesn't want the Confederate monument to come down. Guess what race it is.

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I mean, I feel it's not fair because I seen this story yesterday and I thought about, you know, I saw Clayton Bigsby trending and I knew why. So I just sit this one out, OK?

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See, good. I'm glad I like you even not wanting to go cheat in college. OK, you could take now. Well, guess what, D.J. Envy, even though you cheated. And Angela, you knows the story. You're right. He's a Negro, a black man as D.J. InvenSense, a black skin person, and I don't care what nobody says, he's got to be a paid actor.

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There's no way he saw today's pal Clayton Bigsby skit. He saw this play a little bit of that.

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What would you say is the overall message of your books, sir? My message is simple. Jews, homosexuals, Mexicans, Arabs and all kinds of different steps.

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And I hate you referred to African-Americans. What exactly is your problem?

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How much time you got, buddy? Where would I start? Well, first of all, they are lazy. Good for nothing. Trickster's crack smoking swindler's baby. But having white no breathing all the white man Zaya never left this property.

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Have you, Mr. Bixby? No, sir, not in many years. What if I were to tell you that you are an African-American?

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Because I want to make this clear. I am in no way, shape or form involved in. And he saw that and he's playing a role.

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I know a paid actor attention seeker, cloud chaser when I see one, but I still enjoy giving him donkey today, OK?

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He's going to be a great story for Dave Chappelle at his summer camp in Ohio. I know he's going to do this on stage. All right.

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Thank you, Charlamagne, for that donkey of the day.

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Now, when we come back, 800 585 one, two, five, what is Friday? So, you know, what that means is freaky, freaky, freaky, freaky.

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OK, wipe it off. You messed it up. I haven't done a blow on it. Take it out. Take it out. The Nintendo blow on it. Put you back in. Jiggle it a little bit. All right, let's go. What? All right. It's Friday.

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So you know what that means is freaky, freaky, freaky Friday.

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All right, and today, eight hundred five eight five one two five one, it's phone sex with the Breakfast Club. I said this is how it works on Fridays in honor of what is right.

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Eight hundred five eight five one two five one. You can call up right now and have phone sex with any member of the Breakfast Club.

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Right. Doesn't matter why we want to do that. If you are a guy out there and you find Charlamagne sexy, you can call right now married phone sex with him and marry if you to just phone sex what you want to.

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At least you can do that right now. To me, it doesn't mean sexual harassment.

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Eight five eight five one two five one. You can have phone sex with anybody from the Breakfast Club.

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You're giving you're giving consent for people to sexually harass you because what you're saying, no, you're free to participate.

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Right.

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Call us up right now. Eight hundred five eight five one two five one is the Breakfast Club.

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Good morning. It's Freaky Friday. God damn The Breakfast Club. Morning, everybody, is T.J. and Angela Charlamagne, the guy we are the Breakfast Club, if you just joined us this Friday.

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So you know what that means as freaky, pretty freaky Friday and today's Freaky Freaky Friday topical question is phone sex with the Breakfast Club.

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So let's go to the phone lines. Hello. Who's this?

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Go, Mark. And this is Mrs.. All right, Mrs. X, x, x. Who do you want to have phone sex with this morning?

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I think I want to say. All right, go.

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Hi, caller. How can I please you? Oh, hi, caller.

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Hello.

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Yeah, I would I would like a meat lover's pizza.

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OK, we know you were in the middle of a beef sausage.

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See, he was starting a sausage light like cheese because I'm lactose intolerant.

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Oh, I have all the meat between 40 to see like a 14 weight and a big old body fat tatoos and all the rest is just for you to go. Yeah, OK.

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Can I get some chicken wings also in the order of breadsticks please. What would you like for. A flat, flat? Well, I was about I grew up on the. Is where I think, oh, now there you go.

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I don't think I want any dessert, ma'am.

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So it is swaying, ma'am. But I do see that you all have the ten minute cinnamon rolls, the Cinnabon. Many roles are the ultimate Hershey's chocolate chip cookie. You know what?

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I will find her Freaky Friday said goodbye, man.

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Thank you, Mama old. You call your partner no old washed up married man. I don't even know how to tell you not to do it no more.

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Adan's how you rocking back and forth like my hello's is nervous because I'm nervous. My anxiety kicking it.

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What do you sitting on the from Newark Joe was something I had to go to Charlotte like a brother.

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It was going on. Charlotte, you always hide behind all the Negro jokes, but you go ahead and let it out right now and tell me all the things you want to do to me.

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Pretend I'm T.J. and you know you've got to go. You've got to you've got to go to him, brother. You got to go hard on him.

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You haven't been in a Bentley before. You haven't been in a Bentley. My brother. Who would you have ever, ever been in a Bentley?

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I would tell you something. First of all, what's going on right now?

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But don't ever disrespect me and ask me if I've been in a Bentley because brokers don't deserve no bussy. OK, course I've been in a goddamn Bentley. That's right. You tell them.

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Tell them all the things you think about doing. You're looking over at me. I don't even know you. How can I look at you? We're not alone together.

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We're not going together. But we could be.

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Well, we can ask him if he knows how to drive. Stick. Yeah, ask him.

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You know, he do know he hates you from Newark.

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I thought it was Brick City, not city.

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Sorich City down the street. Thank you, brother. Thank you, brother. You freaky freaky Friday.

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Looks like city. You want it to be the same. My brother.

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I like the fluidity. Yeah. I went wow wow wow.

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I wanted to talk to anybody. OK, all right. Let's go to one more. I like this. I like, I like going back and forth. I'm nervous. That's right man. Hello this.

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Hey say hey say we want to have phone sex with Angela.

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I had to do is go ahead. I like this. Go ahead. Go.

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OK, Angela, I'm a nerd. We're going to go play. OK. All right. Now coronaviruses. Coronaviruses. All right. Go pick it up or no go.

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This is already sucks.

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The scenario is as it is but I mean Nodi.

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OK, but that's not an area tested positive for some Teradyne porno ever.

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You said you are a nurse, you test positive for coronavirus. You've been naughty.

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I got what I like. Where are you going with this? Which you like better?

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The guy said, you know how to drive stick Charlamagne.

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He disrespected me because he had ever been in a Bentley before. I mean, he thinks he is broke.

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Eight five eight five. What is phone sex with the Breakfast Club. Call us now. It's The Breakfast Club. Good morning.

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Morning, everybody. Is D.J. Envy, Angela Charlemagne, the guy we are the Breakfast Club. Now, if you're just joining this freaky, freaky, freaky Friday and today and so.

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Well, it's not going with the Breakfast Club. Hello. Who's this? Victoria.

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Hey, Victoria Hooty with our phone sex with I could tell I want to have sex with Charlamagne and New Manyi.

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Yes, I'm going to take that chocolate milk dud head of yours between my legs. Wow.

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It's going to melt my right. Sounds like I had the least amount of work to do in this scenario. So, Victoria, what does it smell like?

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Victoria you tell us it's like flowers. It's going to smell like milk. Dead after. Oh, Victoria, let me ask you, what's that pass you have?

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Victoria I wear a size seven to a nine. OK, you can check.

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I'm just making sure I'm, you know, heading off and on the no foobar map.

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You put them put that Mokdad in the and the other hole on top of a chocolate.

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There you go. He likes to die. Likes eating the chocolate chocolate penetration. Thank you Mama.

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Hello. Hello.

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I might be a doodoo colonel instead of a milk you might be a turd.

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Hello. This rain. You're a Danielle phone, but we want to have sex with the phone.

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Sex in the. First, let's go make them sweat, I want to see that goddamn Beijing run down his chin this morning. Let's go make him sweat.

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Maybe he. Hello, hello, hello. Anyone there, she hung up, almost got almost got jealous, got jealous. He did not want nobody flirting with his boo envy. Wow, I know it's drama trouble. Now, let me tell you something. You see, what's next for me is like I'm jealous and hung up because you don't want to be flirting with date.

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You go, oh, my God. Hello. Who's this?

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This team from the D. OK, now Tim have phone sex with Shulem and go Brother Salamat will be here for six days later.

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Oh OK. All right. I'll get my iPhone S.A.G. brother.

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Really. I'm glad. I'm glad you did. I want you to take a little segue into boating. Should be where I've been speaking about a long time ago.

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You which to both you guys you got to get out Detroit.

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I mean, you only live on to you what exactly you just look at. So for me, I want you to talk to me and tell me how I can make you better. Take them to get my little Hambro. How you doing? You say molossia for baby kind of lotion.

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I got some cocoa butter formula for me.

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A face and body I he knows better brands. Did you manscape you say.

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What did you Manski ask for your table for Bush baby. OK, you know what I need you to do instead of that lotion, get some Bengay. Think, yeah, put some banking on it. Yes, that's why you don't like pain. Oh, oh, you're choking me, baby. I am a choking. Are you going to put Bengay all over you? OK, I'm putting it all right. I'm going to tell you all the time.

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Yeah, yeah, yeah.

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And then we're going to go on live, put it down. So why not tell me what you want him to do now.

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Charlemagne's know what it's like for you. Oh my gosh. I get out of here first.

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But I was like, all right, goodbye. Goodbye.

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Let's go to a movie. What the hell is wrong with these people, man? You know, you always know you're going to ask me to do anything. This is Charlotte and we're going to put you to the room. So I was into the chat.

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I was trying to put something together with the Bengay and he had to put it down there that I would have said something like, yo, you being gay, being gay, but it didn't get there. All right.

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Well, there's no more little story. That was freaky. Freaky, Freaky Friday. Goodness gracious. Who was your favorite one? Who went Freaky Friday today? I think Charlotte made one when he entered the room with me when he told the guy dumb.

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And I thought that was great. Out of context. I don't know. Why would you say that? Like he couldn't hear you also. No, you can't. You you're all right. Don't say this came from me. We got room to run away. Oh, my God, man. Yes.

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And we are going to talk about Lauryn Hill. She has responded. And this is all in regards to her daughter's post about some of the trauma that she has now, looking back at her childhood.

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All right. We'll get into that next. Keep it like this. The Breakfast Club. Good morning. Listen up.

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This in all the guys got the rumor report and it's a rumor report, The Breakfast Club now Lauryn Hill and.

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Avraham Marley's daughter, Salem Marley, had went on social media and talked about some of the trauma that she had from her childhood, that looking back, she's realizing how it's affecting her. Here's a little recap.

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She was just very angry. And so when we would get disciplined, she'd be like, go get the belt. And, you know, my mother is an amazing woman, but she's obviously into everything, right?

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So I'm sure she would hold her hands like this and we would just in schools as she beat us, it was literally just like that. I just that actually just traumatized me hearing that sound. And then after that, it will be fixed.

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Your face that was sleep. They were on all black parents.

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Now, mind you, this was a hole to our conversation. So in order to get the whole gist of it, you would have to watch the whole thing. Well, Lauren responded, Mohammad Ali had already responded and said that he'll do whatever he has to do to, you know, that he loves his daughter very much, as Saleha has already been upset that people took this out of context and she doesn't want people bashing her parents. Now, Lauryn Hill said that Saleha has every right to express herself.

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I encourage it. But she also got the discipline that black children get because we are held to a different standard. That discipline was seen through the lens of a young child who also had no place to reconcile me as mom and me as a larger than life public figure. It took me a while to realize that my children and probably everyone who knew me saw me in this duality, she said. If I'm guilty of anything, it is disciplining in anger, not in disciplining.

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My life has been about protecting my children from all kinds of danger. And that's only possible when you protect yourself from the danger as well.

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She goes on to talk about her own personal battles that she had as a successful recording artist and how the wolves and sharks would come after her and her family, she said throughout sober minded in the midst of everyone trying to seduce and bribe and coerce is an incredibly challenging thing to do.

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It's interesting because when you look back at your life, it leaves me a lot of the discipline that, you know, I experienced as a child. It was actually abuse like kids not supposed to get hit with extension cords and switches. And that's a thick leather belts, like beating someone in order to discipline them and get them to act. Right. It is slave tactics. And I also understand that my folks had their own traumas. They were dealing with their own hurt, their own anger.

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So I'm not going to call it a standard that you that you discipline black kids with just because, you know, we're black. I think that a lot of it has to do with some hurt that the parents may be going through as well.

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No one never hit me. My parents never hit me.

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Oddly enough, you know, my mom is black, my dad is Chinese, and my mom would never hit us.

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But my dad a day, we got a beating down there every day. Now, Lauren says she shouldn't be the only one to carry the blame. She said, if you come to me, come for your own mama and those absent fathers come for them to your grandparents or great grandparents, your great great grandparents or great great, great great grandparents, Caribbean parents, African parents and everyone else damaging judge for being black and forced to conform and assimilate to Western standards of order through the filter and lens of anti blackness.

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Yeah, and she's right. But they didn't know any better. And when she talks about those Western standards, that way of disciplining people in order to get them to behave is definitely Western standards like we were doing with the slave masters taught us to do our own kids.

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I going to lie, man. I love Lauryn Hill, but I like to be on hands with fans better, you know. But Lauren did say that she and her daughter have been talking and healing together, so that's important, too.

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Yeah, that's beautiful. Yeah, that is a beautiful thing.

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So, you know, shout out to that whole family. And we got a lot of trauma because of Lauryn Hill. Oh, by the way, you said you did well because because of my mom and my father were going through their divorce.

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My mom used to listen to X Factor over and over my son every day.

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And that's what I thought. I was like, damn, I'm a cool because you listen to the Lauryn Hill. But as I got older, I realized you were listening to that song because she was actually hurt. So it's like, I hate that record because of that.

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It brings you back to that part, right? Yeah, sometimes sometimes it trickles into me hating on Lauryn Hill for no reason. At least it has in the past. But just before I before I realized what the trigger was. Oh, oh, look.

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You Lauryn Hill I right now HBO Max is offering free streams of the Russell Simmons documentary, the rest of Simmons accusers documentary on the record. So now if you want to see that on YouTube or on Twitter, they said the offering kicked off with a Twitter watch event.

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And yeah, you can see on the record for free and stream that. So that can be viewed on HBO, Max's YouTube channel, the HBO max platform, via the film's landing page through September 12th, if you want to see it. And he was on his Instagram. He went live and he shared a visual of King, his son, with, you know, Tiny. And he was in a hot tub and it looked like he was smoking some weed.

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So here's what happened when that went down.

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I'm enjoying myself doing it the family way. Of course, you know, we want our children to experience the life that we have afforded. First, introduction to parts of the world that we have been able to experience when we were kids, but did I cut my hair and look, you see what see?

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What did you do? Kick your ass, man thing. He in the goddamn Jacuzzi.

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I don't know. What are you doing, man? Look like.

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What is he doing with a girl?

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Does that bother you guys, his parents, your kids smoking weed really know if it was he really smoking weed. But if it was a 15.

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Yeah, absolutely. Yeah. I mean, yeah.

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Like I wouldn't want my my daughter, but none of my daughters smoke no weed at 15 years old. I know.

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What do you do when that happens? Because, you know, they probably going to do it with their friends anyway.

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Oh, my father never caught me smoking weed, but he would smell it in my room. And, like, the only thing he would kind of do is just like, yo, you do understand that everyone was your brain and messed with your brain. He never really got, like, super mad or upset. He was just kind of like, yell at me. Yeah.

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But if he was I mean, the bigger conversation is you feel comfortable to do that in front of me, you know, and yeah, you shouldn't be doing it, but you to do that in front of me. But we don't even know if he was smoking weed or what he was doing.

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But, you know, if that was not the guy in that video who said he was fronting for the gram, you know what I'm saying? Oh, no. Yeah, yeah. We don't know.

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All right. Well, I'm Angela. Yea. And that's your roommate reports. Happy Friday.

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Oh, and I didn't want to give a happy birthday shout out to World Wide West.

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Today is his birthday. You know, he's working with the Knicks organization now, but he is from out here in Detroit.

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So shout out to World Wide Web. Also it's his daughter's birthday when so shout out to World Wide West and his daughter win. Happy birthday, guys. All right.

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And you know what? Happy birthday to Nipsey Hussle. Tomorrow is Nipsy. S birthday. So I mean, it's only right. Let's do a nipsy mix. Let me know your favorite Nipsy join and we'll get it on right now. Eight hundred five eight five one two five one is the Breakfast Club. Good morning.

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Good morning, everybody. Is D.J. Envy, Angela Charlamagne Charlemagne, the guy we are the Breakfast Club now. Yeah. You were telling us a story about Big Esten. Yes. And Notorious B.i.g..

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His son put out a dance remix for Big Papa and he put that out on Tuesday.

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It's the first single from his Ready to dance album that's coming out in September in conjunction with Frank White. And they're trying to do a new lifestyle brand that's going to push black creativity and self-expression with music. He did produce this song, an album with Jonathan Hay and a Willie Mack. Listen to this.

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Now, according to Christopher S.J Wireless BeeGees, and he said this process has been an enlightening wake up call and an adult's experience for me. We always force ourselves to think bigger and more creatively about my dad when it came to his music. It was the same thing, not using vocals, but really thinking about his spirit and the emotional connection that his music gives to his fans.

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I actually kind of liked it, which I think is a little different, but if you like it, I love it. It was cool. All right.

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Now, when we come back, we got the positive notes. Don't Move is The Breakfast Club. Good morning, everybody. Is D.J. and Angela? Yes. I mean, the guy we are the Breakfast Club. Now, Charlamagne, you've got a positive note.

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Yes. I want to tell everybody out there, man, it's the weekend and you might need this reminder, OK? Sometimes we expect too much from others because we would be willing to do that much for them.

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OK, please remember that this weekend Breakfast Club, this is a young, dumb and I heart radio.

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