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April 22, 2024 81 mins

Shannon Sharpe and Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson discuss if they would be able to fire a family member, if getting a BBL is a good idea & the potential pros and cons of having a threesome.

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Speaker 3 (01:21):
All right, oh Joe, it's time for our first segment
of tonight, and it's called a news cap news cap.

Speaker 1 (01:28):
Okay, let me stretch, Let me stretch. I'm getting old.

Speaker 3 (01:37):
We've heard Charles Barkers say the NASAs at the Chacunpo,
which is Gianni's brother, has better job security than Supreme
Court justice because Supreme Court Justice they're elected for life.
Uh well, Jannis just threw more fuel on the fire
when he revealed that Fanasas that he rejected a deal
from Adidas for Nike because of.

Speaker 2 (01:58):
His brother to say.

Speaker 3 (02:00):
We were waiting for forty five minutes and then they
brought the contract and put it in front of me.
I was like, okay, great, where's my brothers? And he
was like, no, we're gonna sign your brother. We're not
gonna sign your brother today. We're gonna sign yours first,
and then we'll bring your brother during the weekend to sign. No,
thank you. I like it.

Speaker 1 (02:19):
That's what I'm talking about, because you know what, most
of the time, this is what we more of us.
Very few of us are in positions to bring each
other on. Very few of the very few of us
get our opportunity to bring family on. Very it happens
very seldom. I like what he's doing. I love it,
and not very many people could do this. Now, when

we talk about NBA, we talk about NBA type money.
If you can turn down an eight figure deal for
a shoe deal for Adidas, you already have fuck you money.
Only only then, when you already have fuck you money,
can you say, you know what, if you can't sign
my brother, don't worry about it. I'm not signing with you.

Speaker 3 (03:01):
I love it.

Speaker 1 (03:01):
I mean, when you make the kind of money Jannis
is making, you can do that. Now. Everybody is not
as fortunate to be in that type of position to
do so. But if you are, any time, you can
bring your family on and put them on in any way,
this is awesome. I like it early on. It is
if I had the leverage, you know, based on me
not playing football, and if I happen to be an

NBA player, and I would take advantage of these opportunities
as well, because you have to.

Speaker 3 (03:29):
You see Jannis in the commercials most of the time.
His brother's in there with it. Yeah. Yeah. Earlier in
my career, brother Ocho, my brother was who he was,
and he would do a car signing. He would do
a car signing unless they brought me for real.

Speaker 1 (03:44):
Hey, that's dope, that's dope. You know.

Speaker 3 (03:46):
He throw him something twenty five hundred three thousand something. Yeah. Yeah,
So I don't I don't have a problem. And my
thing is is that that's You're right. A lot of
us when we get him the position and we can
help like this, but oh you have absolutely. Yeah.

Speaker 1 (04:07):
I mean I wish my kids would want to be
in this family. This is family, though sometimes it's a
little different. Sometimes you got entourage and listen, everybody can't
go now. Oh no, oh no, everybody can't go now,
come on you.

Speaker 3 (04:25):
But you know, listen, you know who you can vouch for.
I got homeboys. Hey, this is what they could do.
I'm not finna make you present of my company. You
might be, you might be can be security. You know
what I'm saying. Hey, that's what you can do. I'm
not finna give you no role that you're not qualified

for in a role just because you my homeboy. It's
not gonna work like that. Yes, I'm gonna put you
on in a role that I know that you can handle, right,
but you best believe. Oh yeah, for sure. I wish.
I wish my kids wanted to do media. They guess
what they'd be, right, they'd be working with Daddy SI.
But that ain't what they want to do. And I'm

fine with that. But oh no, no, no, absolutely not, Joe.
Everybody everybody can't go where you go.

Speaker 2 (05:14):

Speaker 3 (05:15):
Hey, you remember when you was growing up and you
asked your granddad or your grandma, Hey, can I go?

Speaker 2 (05:19):
Nah, you can't go. Boy, you can't go everywhere.

Speaker 3 (05:23):
Everybody everybody go and you and you have to be
okay with that, and you can't feel guilty about leaving
some people behind behind.

Speaker 1 (05:31):
Yeah you can't. You can't. But listen, and it's so
it's that is such a dope thing. And it's very few,
very few that can pull that off. And one of
the few, I was just gonna say it, Lebron can
do it. Yeah, I think I think a Katie could

do it. If you had someone close brother that that
played the game of basketball as well. Some of these
these are trying to think of other names NBA that
have the Therns. Well, Steph, step oh yeah, Steph Yeah,
well wait Steph, wait wasn't didn't didn't they play together?
Or no? I'm I tripping. I think they about have played.

Speaker 3 (06:13):
They might have played it yet with his brother, his
brother in law played with it Lee his brother in law.
He married Steph's sister.

Speaker 1 (06:21):
Okay, okay, okay, ok ok okay okay. Yeah, very very
very very few can do that. Can you imagine that
step brother married Doc's daughter.

Speaker 3 (06:31):
That's that's what it was.

Speaker 1 (06:32):
That's yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, do you underdo you? I
wanted a chat to understand the kind of money you
got to be making to turn down an eight figure
shoe deal.

Speaker 3 (06:42):
But he's honest. They won't it. They won't it. And
now it used to be you have a shoe deal.
Once you retired, the shoe deal went away. But it's
no longer like that. Since Jordan, it lives on. You
see Kobe cold live on Kobe. It seemed to me

Kobe is the new Jordan. I see more players wear
Jordan's wearing Kobe's than the Jordan. But Jordan determined somebody
was telling me Jordan's doesn't let you wear he you
have to wear the brand Jordan.

Speaker 1 (07:16):
You don't get to wear his exclusive issue. Yeah, yeah,
right right. You know what's funny when I think about it,
I don't. I don't think his shoes are that comfortable
to play in game anyway. If I'm not Jordan's Yeah,
oh they look.

Speaker 3 (07:34):
Right then then then then then then performance. Yeah.

Speaker 1 (07:39):
You know the funny thing is people always make fun
of me the few times that I have going to
play basketball with some friends of mine down here in Miami,
and they always make fun of me. I wear my
Jordan Wanes you know, you know wear you know, the
old school Jordan ones. Yeah, I wear my Jordan Wants
to go open. People looking at me crazy, like, boy,
what is you doing? You don't have no ankle support,
no nothing. I say, bro, I need to. I need

to feel the grounds. It's really weird. I have to weird.
I need to. I need to feel the ground. So
when I played football, obviously I was a Rebok during
that time because you know, Reebok had the had the
NFL licenses. Yes, yes, I had Rebok take all the lining,
all the support out of my shoe, so all it
was with the shell, cleat and shoelaces, so basically like

a track spike, you know what I mean. Yes, I
need to fill the floor and I don't like ankle support.
I don't like ankle It's weird and I'm wonder few
every time I say something I talk to players, ask
me why your shoes look like that?

Speaker 3 (08:39):
They do.

Speaker 1 (08:40):
I just have to fill the floor. I don't know why,
it's just it's weird.

Speaker 3 (08:44):
Uh yeah, I I totally agree with Jojo. I mean,
like I said, I mean, if you if you have,
if you can possess that cop It happens all the time. Yeah,
they do it all the time.

Speaker 1 (08:55):
Oh, yes, they they Yes they do. Because they'refore, they're
afforded more opportunities to do they do it.

Speaker 3 (09:00):
All the time.

Speaker 1 (09:01):
Yeah, yeah, yeah.

Speaker 3 (09:03):
Coach Reid has this coach Andy Reid had his son
working with him. Coach his son working with him. Yeah,
but we feel, nah, we can't do that. People gonna
think it's nepotism. I don't give it down.

Speaker 1 (09:15):
What y'all think.

Speaker 3 (09:20):
My company, I'm gonna do it right because that's a
lot of a lot of coaches. That's how a lot
of these younger coaches get started. How do you think
Kyle got started.

Speaker 5 (09:28):
Oh yeah, Koobiak who Mike gave the opportunity to be
the offensive coordinator When Cool got the job at the Houston,
Texas Guess who became his offensive coordinator?

Speaker 1 (09:42):
Kyle Kyle. Yeah. But also when you're when you're affording
these opportunities, you know when to come to us. Now
you know we be bull driving now yeah, you know
we be bull javing you. You put somebody on and
they don't be wanting to do right. Oh but you're
you are you are? Do you know what I'm talking about?

Speaker 2 (10:01):
Yeah, come on, old boy.

Speaker 1 (10:05):
Yeah, yeah, you know exactly what I'm talking about. So listen,
if you do, or you are in that situation and
have the opportunity, or you afforded the opportunity to put
someone close close, close family member, be sure.

Speaker 3 (10:20):
They understand the understanding responsibility that comes along with that.

Speaker 1 (10:24):
Take it serious, yes, got to take it serious?

Speaker 2 (10:27):
Yeah with it? Oh that's what anything?

Speaker 3 (10:30):
Man? How many times you think people a hey, homeboy,
let your boy a see your boy A couple of
bottle of that liquor.

Speaker 1 (10:37):
I like, bro, so boy, you don't got that call before,
you don't got that call.

Speaker 3 (10:42):
I'm saying on you, I said, So let me get
the straight. So now I'm a partner with five other guys,
so just think about it all my other four partners.
Every time somebody said we done gave away the profit,
we ain't making no money, we just give it away.
I'm like, bro, I don't want a nonprofit. Hey, man,
you know the hoodie man, that hoodie boy. Let your
boy get wrong.

Speaker 2 (11:03):
I say, you don't. You don't.

Speaker 3 (11:05):
You didn't.

Speaker 1 (11:05):
You didn't call Gucci a lord and tell them.

Speaker 3 (11:08):
To hook you up.

Speaker 1 (11:09):
That's a good one. That's a good one.

Speaker 3 (11:11):
We gotta stop that. Hey, I just want an opportunity
to pay for it, right. I don't ask for nothing.
I ain't never asked anybody. Hey, I pay for it.
I just want an opportunity to be able to be
able to purchase it. But you're absolutely right, O Joe.
It's sometimes that we put people in position and then
they take it. They take advantage of our kindness. Yeah, man,

come on, man, I.

Speaker 1 (11:35):
Really gotta work. Yes, you really gotta work. It's a job.

Speaker 3 (11:41):
That's why I really oh you, honestly, O Joe.

Speaker 2 (11:44):
I try to stay away. I try to stay away
from that. I really do.

Speaker 3 (11:47):
I really do Ojo, Because I don't want that situation
to ruin a five or ten or fifteen or twenty
year friendship or relationship. And that's what happened, because I'll
fire your ass. I'm running I'm running a business. Oh Joe, Yeah,
I'm a business.

Speaker 1 (12:07):
I can't. That's why I can't. I can't do that.

Speaker 2 (12:09):
I don't.

Speaker 1 (12:10):
I don't want to put myself in position where I
have to make that kind of decision or have to
fire or chastise someone that's close to me, especially family.
That's just I just I can't do it. Can you imagine?
I mean, can you do you think you can fire
somebody close to you?

Speaker 2 (12:33):
Stop playing with me?

Speaker 1 (12:34):
O Joe. Oh you took a long time.

Speaker 3 (12:37):
No, but you have to think about it. Everybody, everybody
has responsibilities. Everybody has obligations.

Speaker 1 (12:44):
Oh so you you don't you if they if they
messing up, you ain't got no problem. Find family none
or none or you you better than me none.

Speaker 3 (12:54):
We got every because everybody got everybody has a responsibility.
We are our team, and we're only as strong as
the weakest link, because if the link is weak, is
gonna break.

Speaker 1 (13:08):
Hold on. Stay right there, stay stay right there. I'm
not I'm not letting that. I'm not letting that one
get away. I mean use, I'm gonna use this in
my next argument. I'm gonna use that we are a team.
We are we are team, yes, and we only as
strong as our weakest link.

Speaker 3 (13:28):
We're only strong as the weakest link, all right, Because, oh, Joe,
when you played football where they always try to get
you matched up on the weakest corner, if you could
have looked, hey, I'll take the challenge. But if I
could have Boord revers and get me two hundred and
fifty yards, why would I go bang my head tussling
and grab it with him? With the slot guy, the
slot I know I can go beat him for three

touchdowns today.

Speaker 4 (13:51):

Speaker 3 (13:52):
So that's what you try to do. You try to
put yourself in a situation that everything is united. It's
a united front. Everybody has to walk the same thing.

Speaker 1 (14:06):
Oh, that's a good one, asked my brother.

Speaker 2 (14:12):
She's like, uh, would you want to work with your brother?

Speaker 3 (14:16):
He said no, he said, he said he take it
too serious and he worked too hard, he said.

Speaker 1 (14:22):
He fired me.

Speaker 3 (14:24):
I say, but you wouldn't have to do no heavy?
He said, I don't want to do no lifting because
I know him. See y'all, y'all don't know him. I
know him right, See y'all, just see the good side
of it. He told him, He told asked that when
we went to Savannah State, he showed up. Asked ask him,
would he want to do something with me? He said, no,
he too serious. He works too hard. I ain't trying

to work that hard no more. Ash, That's what he
told her.

Speaker 1 (14:51):
Man, I can't see you flying, I can't see you fighting.

Speaker 3 (14:53):
Stirling. Now, as what did he tell you?

Speaker 1 (14:56):
I can't see that, I asked him. But I'm still
not giving up. No, he know bad. Look but he
get on, get on one one night with this man.

Speaker 3 (15:09):
Man, Please, it's gonna have to be at the golf course.
He'll stop by the golf course. He's stopped by the
golf course. But you know you understand that.

Speaker 1 (15:20):
Ah, that'll be live man.

Speaker 3 (15:22):
God No, But but that's why, that's how you have
to have it on your Everybody has to have a
common interest, everybody has to be with everybody needs to
be obsessed because if you look at look at how
Google started, look at how Amazon started, look how Microsoft started.
Three friends that were obsessed. They were equally invested, not

one guy. Man, Well, you know I can't come tonight
because I gotta go such and such.

Speaker 1 (15:46):
I can't.

Speaker 3 (15:47):
No, we all got to be involved in this thing.

Speaker 1 (15:51):
So no, you know, you know it's fascinating for those
things you just said. When it comes to Google, when
it comes to Amazon, how friends came about and thought
of something that the masses needed? Yeah, thought of something
that the mass is needed. And if you can think
of a plan that the world needs, you could become

a billionaire.

Speaker 3 (16:14):
Yeah for sure.

Speaker 1 (16:15):
That's that's that's crazy how that works. Yeah? Who would
have thought of Amazon deliver packages next day worldwide globally? Like,
how do you even start something like that?

Speaker 3 (16:30):
Oh, Joe, do you realize Google tried to sell itself
to Yahoo for a billion dollars and y'all who said no,
it's all you overpriced? Now Google is probably worth a
trillion and y'all who's out of business?

Speaker 1 (16:42):

Speaker 3 (16:42):

Speaker 1 (16:43):
See how they works? See how God work? Hey, see
how God work?

Speaker 3 (16:47):
Well, we can have a trillion dollar company, but I
need people that want to work.

Speaker 2 (16:51):
And that's what I tell them.

Speaker 3 (16:52):
It's like living people Like, Man, I want a podcast,
I said, you do realize there's more than a microphone
and the camera.

Speaker 1 (16:59):
Yeah, yeah, much more than that, Yeah much.

Speaker 3 (17:03):
People won't full time. People wont full time plate pay
for part time work job. You see you see o chos.
How can I make? How can I work through? How
can I work through? Because see they don'et got jumped
on YouTube and it is on I g I make
seventy trillion dollars a year and all the work to
all the work two days a year. Really, m.

Speaker 2 (17:29):
Only in the dictionary does success come before work?

Speaker 6 (17:33):
Pep, I like that, that's it? Like wait a minute,
hold on now right there? Only Hey, that's a good
one right there. Now, only in the dictionary does success
come before work?

Speaker 1 (17:46):
Yeah, I'm like, come on.

Speaker 3 (17:48):
Man, No, But I, like I said, uh, I try
to keep I try to keep it separate. Right. But
as my brother, no, we're we're all we're wired the
same way. Uh I give. I give my sister jobs
that she can handle and that way, you know, because

at the end of the day, I understand we're gonna
be brother, We're gonna be family. But uh, you get them,
you get the firing people.

Speaker 1 (18:21):
Boy, but it's it's gonna get shaky. I still pay
the bill.

Speaker 2 (18:26):
Where go right?

Speaker 1 (18:28):

Speaker 3 (18:28):

Speaker 1 (18:29):
That's why I can't do it. I would I would
always keep my family, my brothers. Obviously my kids are
much older now. If at any point they want to,
you can't work for me. It ain't gonna it. Ain't
no work, ain't no work.

Speaker 2 (18:42):
Yeah, I don't.

Speaker 1 (18:43):
I don't want no conflict. I don't want to be combative.
I don't want to argue about it. I don't want
to argue about nothing. I just I just can't. Let's
just let's keep it, just keep it as is. I
can't do it. Can you imagine me having the having
the fire one of my kids they playing around the job,
and you know, no, I can't. I can't do it. No, no, look,

I think the thing is, oh Joe, is that?

Speaker 2 (19:07):
Yeah? You try to keep it.

Speaker 1 (19:08):

Speaker 3 (19:08):
If if one of my kids went was in media
or when the journalism, or want to do something. They
wanted to be a producer or director or something, and
they wanted to start here, but they they went and
you know, daughters graduate med school sons and medical sales.
My daughter's in HR. That's not that's that wasn't what
they wanted to do. And so to try to get

them to come over here. What what what's what's what
they're gonna do? Take Shelley Joab be my assistant. They
don't do what Ash does. Do it? No, that's not
what they want to do. Wimby reportedly declined. Drake offered
to come on stage since his teammates couldn't join. Apparently

they're a Drake concert. There was a Drake concert in Austin,
and when we got asked to come on stage, Womby
asked if his teammates could come up on stage. Drake
camp like, no, women say, and then I don't want
to do it.

Speaker 1 (20:01):
A team player, if one go, we all go. When
women go out at night, when one leave, we all leave. Y'all.
While you with that dude, that team player.

Speaker 3 (20:16):
You always bring you one home boy that's gonna take
it for the team, cause you know they're gonna be
they might be two or three nins of teams, but
they're gonna be about three or four to you know that.
I'm just saying, Oh, I'm just saying, So you gotta
have a home boy that's a.

Speaker 1 (20:35):
That's what that's will it take off for the team.
You gotta have that, Yeah, Drake got Drake gotta understand that.
Drake gotta understand now. You know, if Wimby's there, you know,
you know he got his partners with him. Yes, you know,
he got his teammates with him. Everybody got to get
everybody got to get loved. Everybody got to get loved.

Speaker 3 (20:53):
In order to catch a lion, sometimes you got to
sacrifice of gold.

Speaker 1 (20:58):
Yeah boy, hell, no, boy, I can't wait. Oh boy,
were you on fire tonight? So my homeboy, is that
sacrificial goat?

Speaker 3 (21:10):

Speaker 1 (21:13):
In order to catch a lion, you got a sacrifice
of go.

Speaker 3 (21:16):
So that's what my homeboy. Fuck, I got this with homeboy,
ain't no problem. But you know, A, he's not been drinking.
He looking at looking at right, she looking like handy
buried him. He don't know the difference. Please and you
know A. You know, alcohol was the original filter. I

don't know who to develop the filter on ig and
social media, but alcohol was the original filter.

Speaker 1 (21:47):
Drink she's stacked up, man, Look here wait. Alcohol messing
with the senses like that to where it makes someone
appeal to a little bit more appealing than they actually are.

Speaker 2 (21:58):
It makes you think you can fly.

Speaker 3 (21:59):
So whatever, when you looking at this woman at two
o'clock at midnight, and are you serious?

Speaker 5 (22:05):

Speaker 1 (22:06):
Are you seriously? Yes? Absolutely? Wait a minute, I'm okay,
Time out, Time out, Chad, y'all excuse me for being
and sound and lame. I don't drink alcohol, so I'm
trying to give me a better understanding on how someone
consuming alcohol it brings me. That can make someone appear

more physically appealing from the eye because of what you drink.

Speaker 3 (22:31):
That makes absolutely no sense. Yes, that's what they call
him beer goggles. That's what they call them, beer goggles. Yeah. Yeah,
she looked good when you were drunk, but now you sober? Yes,
that happened. Hey, that was the original field, ask him

out of the chat.

Speaker 1 (22:53):
Yes, now that's a new one for me. I ain't
never heard. I ain't never heard that. Yes, I was drunk,
So this individual looks a little bit better than they
do when I was.

Speaker 3 (23:04):
When I was sober, she might be a two. You
get enough drinks, she'll be a ten. Give me an hour.
She started out as a two.

Speaker 2 (23:10):
In an hour she.

Speaker 3 (23:11):
Was a teen.

Speaker 1 (23:13):
Oh man, that's funny now that that's that.

Speaker 3 (23:16):
But see, my homeboy, they ain't need no alcohol, gotcha?
I never left home without it. He's like an American
Express card when I was in high school, because I
already know he gonna take it.

Speaker 1 (23:28):
He got every time sharp.

Speaker 3 (23:31):
I got you. No, you know my friend, I ain't
got nobody I already got. I brought somebody for your friend.
I couldn't leave your friend out my friend.

Speaker 1 (23:42):
Right, and she a high three two high three two
and few.

Speaker 3 (23:49):
Look you know how women travel? Hey, look here, it's
just a look on the serenated. All the wildelbe's and
the kudo and and and the analog they not all
the same speed. All the women that's in together, all
of them ain't nines and tens. Now, just like everybody

in the group, everybody that we travel with ain't professional athletes,
ain't got deep pockets. We understand that home girl probably
got got got want to go take one for the.

Speaker 1 (24:20):
Team to.

Speaker 3 (24:23):
Y'all are all by share. I can't believe you got
some homegirl that will take one for the team. So
if you can go be with a drake or whomever
else is that that's interested in you every time?

Speaker 1 (24:35):
Every time the game is a game, and what else,
you just got to learn how to play it, Hey,
tea that's crazy. Hey, that that that brings back memories. Man,
that's that's neither here nor there, but it does bring hey.

Speaker 3 (24:54):
Mm hmm, hey, true story out of all my boy
told told the chick he said, look here she's he said,
you ugly, I'm ugly. Let's go fuck our ugly self
to death? Real thom, what of God?

Speaker 1 (25:15):
I put her right now, right down?

Speaker 3 (25:17):
What he told me? He says, you ugly she talked
about she was talking about I ain't you. You're born
a lot. I'm ugg with you.

Speaker 2 (25:26):
That's why we walked together.

Speaker 1 (25:28):
Now come on, oh man, look here, I promise you.

Speaker 2 (25:37):
I know people think you know, you know. I mut
add a little jeez.

Speaker 3 (25:41):
To the story every once in a while, but that
is one thousand Everything I said, Ojoe, you know, I
just you know, I make it funny, But everything I
said is truth.

Speaker 1 (25:53):
He's talking about straight out.

Speaker 3 (25:57):
I'm ugly.

Speaker 1 (25:59):
I'm ugly. You us as well. We might make it.
Do what it do? Make her hug yourself to death.
Ain't it ain't gonna work. That aina ain't gonna work today.
You can't you can't tell. You can't tell nobody. They
are not appealing to the eye. Everybody believes they are
nine or ten.

Speaker 2 (26:21):
You might rock.

Speaker 1 (26:28):
Oh man, please don't Joe?

Speaker 3 (26:31):
Better stop.

Speaker 2 (26:40):
Old, O Joe.

Speaker 3 (26:41):
Have you seen the viral video of a text message
screenshop between a client and a last Tech. A Last
Tech in Chicago had a Mercedes being set on fire
by angry customer. The client drove an hour to the
last tech, refused to squeeze her in on the date's promise,
and the client set the last text are on fire
and the car was on surveillance with there was a

surveillance video of showing it happening. Look at this, O Joe.

Speaker 1 (27:08):
Wooh hey boy, listen. It's one thing about women. There
are two things that don't play with. They don't play
about they upkeep. Women do not play about their upkeep.

Now listen, I'm sure I'm maybe the chat knows. For
those that do know me throughout the years, I do lashes.
So I understand what this woman is going through. I
understand what she's going through. I don't condone that. You
don't put, you don't touch nobody else belongings. Now you
got to play for that. You don't, you don't, you
don't do nothing like that. But when it comes to lashes.

I understand the importance of it because the set of
lashes can change everything about your about your parents, everything, yeah, everything,
And in the chat ladies, if y'all, if y'all need
uh some lashes, you can go check my work on
my YouTube editorial. I can do whatever you want. I
can do if you're in a rush, I can do
strips if you want me. If you want minks, I

can do minks. I could do individuals, Hybrid, Mega, Volume, Classic.
Let me know what you need volume, I do it.

Speaker 3 (28:21):
All I'll need I need, not you, not you.

Speaker 1 (28:25):
I'm just I'm just I'm just plugging my business. I'm
just plugging my business.

Speaker 2 (28:30):
I get it.

Speaker 3 (28:30):
Oh yo, But I mean I ain't really look I
was out the game, so I didn't really know anything.
I ain't know nothing bout no bbs about no fake lashes.
I ain't no nothing nothing because I was in a relationship,
So I ain't know nothing about that.

Speaker 1 (28:44):
Wait, if you use any relationship, she I mean that's a.

Speaker 3 (28:46):
Part of no. No, no, she didn't have her lashes
were naturally was naturally long long.

Speaker 1 (28:53):
Okay, okay, okay, okay, we all ain't able.

Speaker 3 (28:56):
We all and so I was like until I came
to California. Now I knew about you know, getting your
eyebrows and stuff like that, because I let my daughter
took me into going and get my eyebrows.

Speaker 1 (29:09):
Freddy yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah.

Speaker 3 (29:13):
Me and my son. She told me, I come on
that it don't hurt. I was like to ask my son.
I said, Ken, you gonna do it. He's like, yeah,
I do it if you do it. I said, okay,
but see he got fake brown, he got yeah, he
gotta yeah, you got yeah. Yeah.

Speaker 1 (29:27):

Speaker 2 (29:28):
We both up in that chair crying.

Speaker 7 (29:32):
Man that Freddy Yeah, I said, oh lord, the material
coming out my man, I say, oh no, never, never
would I do this.

Speaker 2 (29:43):
That's it.

Speaker 1 (29:44):
You want time you out? Uh.

Speaker 3 (29:48):
I remember, I don't know what the hell I was thinking.
Let her talk to me and kid of that bull drive.

Speaker 1 (29:53):
Oh no, yeah, I never forget. I took classes when
I was in college when when it was a Santa
Monica Junior College that took cosmetology glasses, and obviously I
was taking it because I needed the credit just to
be able to play, to get on the field. But
then I started this is the funny thing about it, Uncle,
I started to take the classes serious, and I got
a better understanding about you know what, I thought about

how much money I could save. Look about the money
I could save. If I'm dealing with a woman, I
don't have to pay for her upkeep. I ain't paying
for it when I can do it myself. So I'm
like a one stop shop. Listen, I can do your hair,
I can do your nails. I could do your makeup.
I can do makeup and all uncle. I do all
that I do make I could, I could do wigs,

lace front, I could breid. Matter of fact, it's so funny.
Three of the best, three of the best hairstylists right
now in the world Black folk. Yeah, you know I
put them on. I put them on. I don't ask
for no credit. I just let them act like they
do everything. They color wigs, they lay wigs. Listen, and

I hope one day they give me my credit. Arrogant
he I know You're gonna see this anytime you want
to give my credit. Lonzo Lonzo Jonathan, tell them who
put you on? Like I started, I started the boys
in that business of you know, boom nigga laying it
down to the tee. But I was one of the
best in college. When they came and doing wigs and

coloring wigs and doing lace fronts and installing like I
did that, that was that was me. But I had
I had to go play football. That's like doing hell.
Doing hell wasn't in my ministry unless it had to
do with my woman. You feel me, But anyway, I
just I just wanted to share that little piece.

Speaker 2 (31:35):
My sister used to tweeze her eyebrows.

Speaker 1 (31:39):
Wait that that hurt, yeah, and.

Speaker 2 (31:43):
Then and then draw something in.

Speaker 3 (31:46):
I said, if you want. I was like, why, Yes,
I knew, I know I would Uh, I would have
with with a girl.

Speaker 2 (32:01):
She plucked the eyelash, She plucked the eyelashes.

Speaker 3 (32:06):
Wait, she plucked the eyelashes and put strips in. Obviously, no,
she had no eyelashes. I don't know if she got
some now, but that's what she did in high school.
Women women, women will do it too, and that's for guys.
Women would go all out. Mm hmm man oh.

Speaker 1 (32:24):
Women, women said they women said, they don't do nothing
for men. This is this is for the this is
for them, this is for their air, their upkeep, so
they can feel better about themselves.

Speaker 3 (32:35):
I saw a lady working in the airport, not walking
through it with a B B L.

Speaker 1 (32:43):
Well you see.

Speaker 3 (32:46):
What you did?

Speaker 2 (32:47):
You see what you did? I said the same thing.
I was like, but what if?

Speaker 3 (32:51):
What if?

Speaker 1 (32:51):
What if it was natural? Because you know our women
are women, b.

Speaker 3 (32:55):
Al, You can't you can't have a turkey drumstick on
the two pie and talk about his.

Speaker 1 (33:07):
Real Oh okay, okay, it ain't matching. It wasn't matching. Yeah, okay, okay,
I understand, I understand, but you have to understand what
it does. Now. You know, men, we are visual creatures.
We are visual creatures. So women have a great understanding
that the better if you enhance your appearance.

Speaker 2 (33:29):
Jordan would ever matter of fact, jor Jordan was laughing.

Speaker 3 (33:31):
I said, Jordan's why she?

Speaker 2 (33:35):
Hey, George about you know a lot of men be
passing through the airport.

Speaker 1 (33:39):
Yeah yeah, yeah, yeah, that's exactly what I was ready
to say. Jordan with me, I said, Jordan's I said, Jordan,
why she do that?

Speaker 2 (33:49):

Speaker 3 (33:49):
This dumb talk about you know, you know men be
coming through the airport. Hey yeah, yeah, yeah a number
and come back say man, stop it.

Speaker 1 (34:00):
I think that's why a lot of women do it
obviously obviously for themselves. But the appearance. When you want
to enhance the appearance, it increases the volume of men
trying to get at you, a different type of a
different type of man.

Speaker 3 (34:13):
But hold on the old joke. Yeah, you do realize
every three years they changed the body style on the car.

Speaker 2 (34:20):
Yes, sir, so do you know the BBL now?

Speaker 1 (34:22):
Is that type?

Speaker 3 (34:23):
It up?

Speaker 2 (34:23):
About training?

Speaker 1 (34:24):
It's about time to change the body style on the woman. Right, Okay,
do you think you remember? You think curves will ever
go away? Curves would never go out of style, depending
on where you're from.

Speaker 3 (34:36):
The cur wasn't it not? Everybody wanted flat booty except
the sisters. They couldn't do nothing, boy that okay, I
wanted to say they wanted big They had big chess
ironing boards the sisters always had. The sisters had little
chances and big, but they always had them donkeys.

Speaker 1 (34:56):
Right. I don't think that'll ever go anywhere though. I
don't think that any never go anywhere. I don't think
the evolution of the ass will never die.

Speaker 3 (35:05):
I see, but I see more women. I see more
women with blue doing glute videos, doing sumo squads, belt squads, bagarians,
splint lunges, lunge, trying to get rid of that, yeah,
trying to situate it.

Speaker 1 (35:17):
Okay, right, I mean is on for sure.

Speaker 3 (35:22):
I don't knock nobody that. Hey, that's you. I just
ain't gonna pay for it now. I'm just telling you.
Now I got limits, or now what.

Speaker 1 (35:29):
You got limits? Got limits? Man? You pay all the
bills you buy Chanel bags. I'm you don't want to
get no bird, no, no BBM.

Speaker 3 (35:40):
What my what I tell you? My grandfather say, be
careful fattening frogs for another snake to eat. Now you're
putting all them bbls and you putting them fillers in,
and you putting them booths in, and another snake gonna
come right along. And that frog that you fatten up,
another snake gonna eat it.

Speaker 1 (35:59):
That's a good one right now.

Speaker 3 (36:00):
Now, you said you give me the stuff back that
you gave her because you're not gonna let her have
it out on a date with another dude. Not just
imagine the more the more nice till the plump lips
m M kissing on him and doing other thing.

Speaker 2 (36:16):
I don't I can't even talk about it on digital them.

Speaker 1 (36:20):
Yeah yeah, that yeah, that's that that's that hurt, that's
that hurt there, but just just just just the thought
of it. But I need all mine back. I'm just
saying if any at any point, I'm not, I'm just
obviously speaking hypothetical. If I paid for you know, your
breast to get done, if if I paid for your lifts,

or if I paid for you know, your body, just
whatever it might be, and and we don't work out,
I need I need them sea cups image, man, I
need them sea cups back. I need that ass back.
Give me I need all that run me that, run
me that back. And you have had the new dude,

send you the doctor young Miami, doctor young Young Miami
down in Houston in and a Dodtor Miami. Let them. No,
I need I need my ass and my titties back,
my lip filler, give me them, give me them lip fillers.
Matter of fact, you know what, take them lashes off too,
because I put them lashes on. Give me them lastes
and give me that guy damn wig. I could I
could let my next chicken use that wig.

Speaker 3 (37:22):
I mean you can think about it. No nice full
plump lift, the most sucular lift. And you used to
buy it on. Yeah, and somebody else getting that glo
gluck three thousand special.

Speaker 2 (37:34):
Yo, bab you rolling over?

Speaker 1 (37:37):
Yeah, yeah, they listen. The game is the game, is
the game the game somebody somebody else is Yeah, you
know it used to be for you O joke.

Speaker 2 (37:48):
Now she on somebody else's Lizzy.

Speaker 1 (37:51):
Hey. I used to have a saying. I used to
have a saying. You know, I've been I've been saying
it on Twitter for a very long time. I've been
telling young fellas and preaching for a very long time.
She's not yours. It's just your turn. That's listen, She's
not yours. It's just your turn. Now. If you if
you want to change things, you can, you can. You can.
You can take it to the depths, into the courthouse

and make it official. And sometimes statistically when you look
at that, it's still in case not yours, you know.
But I mean, it's it's just life. It's just the
way that is on It's the way it is man.
You know, you you you go in with with with
with with dreams and aspirations, want to be with an
individual for the rest of your life. Sometimes it just

doesn't work that way.

Speaker 2 (38:39):
That's what I'm saying, like I said, I ain't got
no problem.

Speaker 3 (38:41):
Yea, I'm gonna take care of the bill, because once
I leave, he can take that over. But you if
it had taken no lips and all them but them
fillers and that that that that boot. Oh no, I
could never let you walk out with that.

Speaker 1 (38:57):
But you you take it back? You take just curious,
would you taking back jewelry and persons too?

Speaker 3 (39:02):
No? No, no, no, no no no no.

Speaker 1 (39:05):

Speaker 2 (39:06):
I lettle keep it.

Speaker 3 (39:07):
Oh Joe. See when I say I take it back,
I had it right, but I didn't give it because
they ticked me off before.

Speaker 2 (39:16):
They got it.

Speaker 1 (39:17):
Got it okay, So I got them right.

Speaker 3 (39:21):
Somebody else will be lucky to get that. I got
that reil bag and a and a and in black, Yeah,
that big gold when she got Yeah, you got, I got.
I got a l V that they don't like, a
limitedition in LV.

Speaker 1 (39:34):
I got.

Speaker 3 (39:35):
Oh, I got a bunch of stuff.

Speaker 1 (39:37):
Hey, so you like Drake, you got, you got a
bunch of stuff just waiting on the right one to
come along to be able to bless them. That's dope,
that's live, that's lie.

Speaker 3 (39:45):
Well, my sister gonna be walking around, or my sister
gonna be walking around with a twenty dollars bag.

Speaker 1 (39:51):
Oh but she got a bunch of them. Yeah, yeah
for sure, man, that's live. That's like I'm just thinking
about it, man, just like, oh hell nah, honey, you're
gonna leave me, let me get that asking them titties back.
I'm just this in general, like how you how you gonna,

how you gonna I've invested my money to help you
with your appearance, and then now you oh we don't
work out. Now you're going to the next man and
he get to play with what I paid for.

Speaker 3 (40:25):
Well, I'm gon show you. I'm gonna bring him down tomorrow.
Tomorrow we're gonna do a segment. I'm gonna show you
the stuff that I got that I got, Yeah, yeah,
I gotta come the mad I got a couple of
bag looks dead. Yeah you know, yeah, for sure, that's lives.
Matter of fact, one of them might have Christmas wrapping.

Speaker 7 (40:50):

Speaker 3 (40:51):
I better take it out of Chrispinal Rabbit. Now it's
time for this is a good one. Oh Jo, This
is a doozy. This is a doozy.

Speaker 1 (41:00):
Night time for nightcap after.

Speaker 2 (41:02):
Dark, Oh oh.

Speaker 1 (41:06):
Oh, nightcap after dark, I got.

Speaker 2 (41:10):
Oh, Joe, I'm very excited for us to talk about
this story.

Speaker 1 (41:12):
O Joe, take my jacket off.

Speaker 3 (41:14):
Yeah, I'm going to let it. I'm gonna let the
story speak for itself. Let's take a listener, Joe, this.

Speaker 1 (41:22):
Is the wildest ask uncut we have ever received.

Speaker 8 (41:26):
I'm an absolute loss. My fiance and I have been
together for six years. We have an amazing relationship, and
shortly after we got engaged, we decided to make our
secret fantasy a reality. I asked my fiance if he
would be willing to have a thressome, a one off
experience for us both before we get married. We both
agreed to doing this, and I ended up asking a
friend of mine if she would be willing. We all agreed,

and after a lot of great communication, we worked out
what we were okay with and how it would all
go down.

Speaker 1 (41:53):
Fast forward to the night.

Speaker 8 (41:54):
We all had quite a bit to drink. To be honest,
the whole night felt like an exciting blurb. Last week,
she called and dropped an absolute bombshell on us. She
called me when I was at work and told me
that she was pregnant. I don't even have words, and
that my fiance is a father. I called my fiance

straight away. He said, oh my god, I actually think
the condom did break, but I was too drunk to
remember or to even think about talking about it. She's
decided to keep the baby. Holy shit, I know, she said.
I feel really blindsided. I have no idea what to do.
How do I even process this? My fiance and I
do want kids together one day, but the idea of
him having a baby with another woman makes me feel sick.

How do we explain this to friends and family? How
do we know if this can even work? I feel
so overwhelmed. I don't know.

Speaker 1 (42:44):
Oh hell nah, hell nah, boy, hey man, listen listen.
I like the energy, I like the enthusiasm, despice of
the relationship. No to do things are a little different.
I like that part, but I don't like the back end.

Speaker 3 (43:03):
What you expect.

Speaker 1 (43:06):
Anything could go wrong? Oh Joe, why wait?

Speaker 3 (43:09):
I listen?

Speaker 1 (43:10):
The three? The three beautiful idea, beautiful idea, having fairly
a role playing you're doing whatever whatever? People people do
different things. But she got pregnant and she kept it.
She gonna keep it, yes, but she said the girl
was her friend. Okay, so obviously not only is it
A friend is somebody that you trust and confide in
and understanding that you know what, we can do this.

I trust you and nothing to gonna get out and
dude just and he don't remember and then they was
drunk with the night was a blur. Yes, oh come
on now, every time alcohol, every time alcohol is invod
not first you get people pregnant when you drunk, and

obviously and when you get drunk too or you drink alcohol,
excuse me, people starting to look better than they normally do.

Speaker 3 (43:58):
Oh joe, yes, see hell nah, alcohol changes your behavior.
It doesn't change your morals.

Speaker 1 (44:08):
You see alcohol see a drunk a drunk mind.

Speaker 3 (44:12):
A drunk mouth is a sober mind thought see because
see it won't allow you to do anything you didn't
think about at least sober. And then drinking gives you
the ability. It breaks down the inhibitions, things that you
wouldn't normally do. That's why they call it liqui courage.
Why you think they call it liqual courage, because all
of a sudden you get this, man, I can do this. Bro,

you can't fly we twenty stories up.

Speaker 1 (44:35):
You can't do it?

Speaker 2 (44:37):
Yes, I can.

Speaker 1 (44:40):
He realized, but it's too late that he can't fly right.

Speaker 3 (44:44):
Yes, oh Joe, that's what Joe. That would do a freesome.

Speaker 1 (44:51):
Uh whoa time out? Come on, come on, come on,
come on, humph You played in the NFL for a
very long time. You stay the NFL a very long time.

Speaker 3 (44:59):
Oh Joe.

Speaker 1 (45:00):
You know my saying.

Speaker 2 (45:01):
I like my women.

Speaker 3 (45:02):
I like my women like basketball one on one and
as little dribbling as possible. I'm going to the paint.
I'm gonna back them down, Old Joe, I'm backing up down.
That's all I want to Joe. That's all I want
on Joe. It ain't no tea, no, no, no. And
you ain't gonna double tea. No two on one, it
ain't no two on one.

Speaker 2 (45:19):
Ain't none of that.

Speaker 1 (45:20):
I need one on one me and you we at
the park. Okay, come on, I'm listening. I'm just asking. No,
I'm just asking. I mean, I just I ain't never
I ain't never had one. I ain't never had one.
I just I just thought we might have.

Speaker 3 (45:36):
I wouldn't. I wouldn't even think about it now. I
wouldn't even think in today's.

Speaker 1 (45:40):
Me being you, you won't even get on the elevator
with people. So I know you can't thinking about it now.
I was talking about, you know, thirty thirty years ago
at some point, maybe maybe some time in college.

Speaker 3 (45:51):
No, hey, oh Joe, I'm paid. I'm almost all about myself.
I'm prime time.

Speaker 1 (45:59):
Right right right? What you got for it? Right? That's it,
And that's funny, obviously, Chad, y'all know my I know
my situation. I've shared it before. I'm in a position
where I can't. I can't have no threesome unk, and
I already got I already got one right here in
the household making fun of me. Nine can you imagine?
So listen, I asked for a threesome. Not only am

I embarrassing her, I'm go embarrass the person that gonna know, Oh,
this is what you got to sleep with every night.

Speaker 8 (46:29):
I can't.

Speaker 1 (46:30):
I can't embarrassing people like that, yea. And then then
you know, people people ask me, boy, why why your girl?
Why she called you thirty three? Why she called you
thirty three? And then well, now you know, three inches
and three minutes. That's all you get. That's all that's
all you getting out of me. I ain't got nothing
else for you. I ain't got nothing else for you.
I can't do it on you.

Speaker 2 (46:50):
I gotta do it on Yoe. I can't, oh Joe.

Speaker 1 (46:54):
You know if gonna go wrong? Yeah, yeah, well not
all the time. I think I've heard, I heard. I've
heard successful threesome stories. I mean, I'm sure there are
successful ones. And normally, normally couples that have been married
have been together for a very long time, they like
to spice their relationship relationship up and bring somebody into

the bedroom. It's something I've heard the stories before. I've
read it in books.

Speaker 3 (47:19):
I think.

Speaker 1 (47:19):
I think I ain't gonna do no swinging. I ain't
gonna do no swinging. Wait, you ain't ever mistering the suit.
You ain't been to swing club. You don't. You don't
got to participate.

Speaker 2 (47:28):
I went to the park. You go to the park
all the time, and I got them a swing.

Speaker 3 (47:31):
That's the only that's the only swing that I'm doing. Listen,
jump out the back, laying on my feet.

Speaker 2 (47:36):
Drop out the front.

Speaker 3 (47:40):
I was doing.

Speaker 2 (47:42):
Hit me about you know, three sixty right?

Speaker 3 (47:45):

Speaker 1 (47:45):
I think you know what. I think you should come
to Miami. I don't want to take stay with me now.
I'm gonna take you to the trapeze. I'm gonna take
you to Red Velvet. Now we ain't got that, we
ain't got to participate, but we can watch. We can
do the show from the swings. Uh yeah, man, you
think I'm less? Somebody fit be I'm been to be there.
Why somebody blow my old lady back out? Oh no,

it beat the break beat, the drump beat, the breaks
up about old lady. I mean, no way, you gotta
you gotta saying no.

Speaker 2 (48:16):
That's why I don't that's what. That's what.

Speaker 3 (48:23):
Man. Hey, hey, look at many'll. Hey, y'all know, hey,
sex is is not a team sport. It's a one
on one sport.

Speaker 1 (48:31):
Yeah, that's it. Yeah, it depends, it depends on it
depends on who you are.

Speaker 3 (48:38):
Who I am. It's it's been team I don't know
no part of that. Oh Joe, No, no, God bad, Look,
oh Joe. I'm in a different place.

Speaker 1 (48:45):
Now, right right right, I understand, but I'm.

Speaker 3 (48:50):
Extremely Oh Joe. This is how I'm telling you that
no means no, right, baby means no, yes means no
tomorrow me? No, Hey, bro, are you sure?

Speaker 2 (49:05):
Are you one?

Speaker 3 (49:06):
Say categorically for certain?

Speaker 1 (49:08):
Right? Nah?

Speaker 3 (49:09):
We go hey, hey, look here, we're not gonna do
this tonight, right tomorrow. I want you to think about
this for twenty four hours.

Speaker 5 (49:18):

Speaker 1 (49:18):
Oh no, that's that's funny.

Speaker 2 (49:21):
That that I would one night say what, I ain't
never hey, I ain't going home with.

Speaker 1 (49:27):
You at all? Huh no, no, no, damn, I'm mad.
I'm mad. You got to live like that?

Speaker 2 (49:37):
Man. I'm okay, I'm good.

Speaker 1 (49:38):
I'm listening. I'm thinking about, like what we talk about it.
I'm thinking about the good days, the good times, you know,
as the younger me, you know, the having fun and
and you know, exploring and and and doing some of
the things I would probably never do ever do now
in my fifties. I would never do it now at
that fifty six. But you know, it's just a man

just reliving those days and thinking about them. But don't
think I didn't think. I don't think I didn't think
about it. Now, okay, oh you thought? Okay, yeah, well
it's one thing to think, but then it's one thing
to think, but actually putting it an action is much better.

Speaker 2 (50:13):
But I just always felt somebody go die me out.

Speaker 1 (50:16):
Yeah yeah, yeah, that's that's tough. That's tough. I mean,
you always got to do it with somebody you trust,
somebody you know long, long, ten fifteen year relationships or
friendships in general are the ones you can trust when
one of the things.

Speaker 3 (50:31):
You know, you want somebody You're just like, hey, you know,
you know you see all these movies you meet somebody
on the plane, or you meet somebody at the grocery store. Yeah,
and you know you that's that's the that's the that's
what I will. I want somebody.

Speaker 1 (50:43):
I know they had no fun in that Okay, I
see wait, but known them that long, but never went
there never never you know, no type of you know,
interest in that way, especially horizontally or vertically. Yeah, depending
on what you're into. All right, o Joe, it's time
for your favorite segment.

Speaker 2 (51:03):
Right now?

Speaker 3 (51:04):
What we got? What we got, fellow sinko.

Speaker 1 (51:08):
Hold on, it's cold as helling here, I gotta go ahead,
put it, put your jacket back on. No I need.
I just want to show y'all, show y'all my hat.
I'm ready.

Speaker 3 (51:23):
Oh bad, oh Joe, you remember last time you will
over with that hat that had bad look.

Speaker 1 (51:28):
I ain't gonna oe for the night. I ain't gonna
over the night.

Speaker 3 (51:32):
Okay, Oh Joe tonight. It's all current NBA player's name.
You have to spell their last names.

Speaker 1 (51:41):
Oh, come on, man, I don't know them boys like that.

Speaker 3 (51:44):
This is easy. This is the easiest one you're ever
gonna get. He played into night's game. He's the point
guard for the New Orleans Pelicans, and his name is C. J. McCullum. McCullum.

Speaker 1 (51:59):
Please, these used were McCullum in a sentence.

Speaker 3 (52:03):
C J. McCullum missed the last shot tonight that would
have won the game for the Pelicans. J. C J.

Speaker 1 (52:12):
McCullum, M C.

Speaker 2 (52:17):
C O L L O U M.

Speaker 3 (52:21):

Speaker 1 (52:25):
Let's go, Let's go, Let's go.

Speaker 3 (52:29):
The next one is Bizmarck Beyombo. The last name is Beyombo.

Speaker 1 (52:36):
What is that is that? Wait a minute, is that
of Nigerian descent? I thank You's from Congo Beyombo?

Speaker 3 (52:49):

Speaker 1 (52:49):
Say it again. I'm gonna get this. I don't care. Chat.
This is for y'all. Chat. Yambo beyond Yambo Beyombo, Beyambo
b Dombo beyond beyond. Okay, here we go. B I

y a m b o quote damn b I y
o m b o Byambo damn okay Okay, okay, okay,
that's okay, that's one one and one, one and one.
I'm ready.

Speaker 2 (53:28):
His last name is.

Speaker 3 (53:31):
His first name is Pascal, Pascal siaka spell.

Speaker 1 (53:38):
Wait, that's the one from the for the Raptors.

Speaker 3 (53:41):
He used to play with the Raptors. He got traded
to the Indiana Pacers. Now he's probably on the Pacers.

Speaker 1 (53:45):
He went number forty three.

Speaker 2 (53:47):
Am I right?

Speaker 3 (53:48):

Speaker 1 (53:49):
S I A K A M.

Speaker 2 (53:51):

Speaker 1 (53:52):
Yeah, okay, And I only I only know that because
I've seen him play multiple I've seen him play multiple times,
and I remember how to spell that last name. Hey,
let's go. Yeah, this guy getting no more wrong. I'm
not getting no more wrong. I'm telling you, I'm like that.

Speaker 3 (54:07):
Let's go. This guy played tonight. He plays for the Pelicans. Also,
he's of Lithuanian descent Valentinis.

Speaker 1 (54:18):
Oh hell no, come on, you know I don't know
how to spread No Valan no, no Valentine.

Speaker 3 (54:26):
V A L A N C I U N A S.

Speaker 2 (54:30):

Speaker 1 (54:31):
Ain't no where he was gonna do.

Speaker 3 (54:34):
You're gonna get this one. You're gonna get this one.

Speaker 2 (54:36):

Speaker 1 (54:36):
Here we go, where we at, We're we at? Where
we at?

Speaker 2 (54:38):
He's Anerian descent.

Speaker 1 (54:40):
Okay, I'm not you're in I'm a Yahoo boy.

Speaker 3 (54:43):
He was raised in Greece and he's known as the
Greek Free. His name is Yantis and Jannis Antokupo.

Speaker 1 (54:55):
What onto onto A n t I k o U
m p u.

Speaker 3 (55:10):
A n t E t O k O n m
p o at theo Jannie.

Speaker 1 (55:18):
That's that's a hard one. I ain't listen. That's a
hard one.

Speaker 3 (55:22):
And the bonus is McKay luke who McKay luke.

Speaker 1 (55:30):
Wait using in the sentence.

Speaker 3 (55:34):
C huh oh yeah, f F McKay luke. McKay luke
is an accurate three point shooter.

Speaker 1 (55:45):
McKay luke, McKay McKay. For some reason, I think it's
m c k okay McKay luke, l U l u
k E.

Speaker 3 (56:01):
M y k h A I l i U k
C McKay luke.

Speaker 1 (56:10):
How the hell was I gonna get that?

Speaker 5 (56:14):
What the hell.

Speaker 2 (56:17):
Let me get?

Speaker 1 (56:17):
You wanted me to give you Curry, James and Durant.
Huh yeah, you give me these international players with with
with names and you got to man, that was good.
You got too. Yeah. Okay, okay, okay, okay, Okay, okay,
I got to I got I got to that was me,
that would me, that was I don't think you gonna

get Fiaka because I've seen him play over and over
and over and the last name rung a bell on
how to spell.

Speaker 3 (56:51):
Now it's time for your revenge. Oh yeah, last segment
of the night, and it's time to dunk.

Speaker 1 (56:58):
Hold hold, I gotta get to it. I gotta get
to it. All right, here we go. Let me opening
me open these up a little bit. Hey are you?

Speaker 2 (57:10):
Are you getting them tonight?

Speaker 3 (57:11):
Don't you?

Speaker 1 (57:12):
Oh no, oh no, you ain't getting these. Trust truck,
cold as hell. A hold on, hey, trust and believe
you're not getting these. You might have, you might have
a great football knowledge, great football knowledge. But tonight, Duncan

and uncle, it's about basketball. It's about basketball. It's ring
the playoffs.

Speaker 3 (57:38):
So have you put my.

Speaker 2 (57:40):
Hoodie back on?

Speaker 1 (57:42):
Look at a gun? Them thirty inch pythons? Yeah, whole yeah,
So on and so on. Chat Chat, we're gonna we
got him on the ropes with the first question. Chat
we got him on the ropes. Okay, first question, you ready?

Speaker 3 (58:01):

Speaker 1 (58:04):
Michael Jordan has the highest playoff point per game average
NBA history at thirty three point four per game. Which
active player is second all time.

Speaker 3 (58:15):
With the most.

Speaker 1 (58:17):
Active point per game average right now, second all time.

Speaker 3 (58:25):
If I'm not mistaken, I think he's from Slovenia. I'm
gonna say, Luka Doncic, you know what, you know.

Speaker 1 (58:32):
What I'm gonna do. That was just a warm up question,
that's all.

Speaker 3 (58:37):
Is it right?

Speaker 1 (58:38):
You got you got it right, You got it right,
you got it right. Listen, It was just a warm
up question.

Speaker 2 (58:43):
I like Steve Barham on the sideline where the Clippers
do something good.

Speaker 1 (58:47):
Yeah, listen, that was That was a lead up question.
So I can humble you on the second question. Obviously,
you know Luca, Luca averages thirty to a game that
was really easy. That's why I gave that. I gave
that one.

Speaker 3 (59:00):
I appreciate that. I appreciate that.

Speaker 1 (59:01):
But you ain't gonna get this one though. I'm gonna
show you this how you humble them. Chat. Watch this.
Which head coach has the most regular season victories without
winning an NBA title? Yeah? Which head coach has the
most regular season victories without winning an NBA title? Yeah?

Hell uh huh.

Speaker 3 (59:30):
I'm gonna go it's one or two. I'm gonna say,
I'm gonna say don Nelson.

Speaker 1 (59:42):
Are you sure that?

Speaker 3 (59:43):
Are you sure you want to say don Nelle? I
want to say don Nelson, motherfucker. But I'm telling you,
oh Joe, when when you when you when you give
me that. I'm just going to this going through the computer.
It's rapidly going through the computer. And then I got
to spit it out.

Speaker 1 (01:00:02):
Nah, man, you cheating over there?

Speaker 5 (01:00:04):

Speaker 1 (01:00:05):
What ass chat Man?

Speaker 3 (01:00:08):
Tell him?

Speaker 1 (01:00:08):
Don't be helping you back there, man, listen. Don Nelson
was the correct answer. He has one thousand, three hundred
and thirty five regular season wins, most all time without
a championship, followed by the Jazz coach Jerry Sloan. Yeah, okay,
number three, number three, number three. Here we go, chat.

We got him on this from chap There is only
one Finals MVP winner that is eligible for the Hall
of Fame that has not been voted in Who is
that player? There is only one Finals MVP winner that
is eligible for the Hall of Fame that has not
been voted in who is that player? Wow? He's yeah, yeah,

where that database at hold on?

Speaker 3 (01:00:54):
Give me said give me said that because I gotta
run through this thing quick, all right, all right, mm hmm.

Speaker 2 (01:01:05):
He's currently eligible or he will be eligible.

Speaker 1 (01:01:07):
He's currently eligible, currently eligible.

Speaker 2 (01:01:12):
Sixty man.

Speaker 1 (01:01:20):
Oh man, yeah, I know.

Speaker 2 (01:01:29):
Corn Bread Maxwell. I don't know who Cedric Cornbread Maxwell.

Speaker 1 (01:01:45):
Come on, come on, y'ah cheat over there manna heir, No, man,
not beautiful. Somebody over there. Man, Hey, you gotta hold
your hands up. Man, you type it on something, Man,
you gotta hold your hands up. A chat ain't nowhere
in hell.

Speaker 3 (01:02:04):
He was the finals MVP in nineteen eighty one when
the Celtics beat the Rockets. Larry Bird scored six eight
points in both games five and six. Cedric Cornbread Maxwell,
I think he's out of university as Charlotte.

Speaker 1 (01:02:18):
Hell Nah, hell nah nah. I ain't going for that. Hey,
put your hands and in on this next question. Man,
I gotta make sure you ain't typing nothing.

Speaker 3 (01:02:27):
You are?

Speaker 1 (01:02:27):
You got the first three right, man? Something ain't right.
Lebron James has played in two hundred and eighty two
playoff games, most of n Big history. Who is behind
him with two hundred and fifty nine games played.

Speaker 2 (01:02:41):
I got this easy right here? The were ea right here?

Speaker 1 (01:02:44):
Who this?

Speaker 2 (01:02:46):
He was left handed.

Speaker 3 (01:02:47):
He played with the Lakers, played with the Jazz, played
with OKC, Derek Fisher.

Speaker 1 (01:02:53):
Fuck man, what that computer?

Speaker 2 (01:03:01):
Don't yop telling you.

Speaker 1 (01:03:08):
Chat? He cheating? Chat chat? Y'all got to do something, man.
If y'all can see something, look look at his glasses.
Just looking in glasses. Let me know if you see something.
Question number five. Michael Jordan only faced one player that
outscored him in a playoff series. It was doing the

nineteen eighty five playoffs. Who was that player.

Speaker 3 (01:03:34):
Nineteen eighty five?

Speaker 1 (01:03:39):
If you get this, I'm walking out.

Speaker 2 (01:03:44):
Oh my goodness, I'm assuming it was with the Bucks.

Speaker 3 (01:03:51):
The guy had to be with the Bucks because he
went out in the playoffs in the first round his
first three appearances.

Speaker 1 (01:03:59):
Who's with the Bucks? Who was good on the Bucks
back then? Jason Terry? Oh my goodness, you're honest.

Speaker 3 (01:04:18):
Terry Cummings.

Speaker 1 (01:04:22):
Don't do a chat. Come on, man, A chat? I
ain't right, man, A chat?

Speaker 5 (01:04:33):

Speaker 1 (01:04:34):
Are you cheering? Man?

Speaker 5 (01:04:36):
You can.

Speaker 1 (01:04:38):
You cheating? That ain't no computer.

Speaker 3 (01:04:40):
That's a that's a I.

Speaker 1 (01:04:44):
Man, I'm gonna stop playing with me. I don't y'all man,
Let me let me let me look at the chat. Man,
the chat, got the chat, got to see something chat
see yah mm hmm. He went to the Paul University.

Now you're cheering, man, oh, how am I going cheat?
I'm saying the answers. They don't know the answers in
the chat. No, you know what you're looking at the chat?
See the chat, the chat give you the answer, man,
because they listening. They listened to the question, and then
they putting in the chat. Then you're reading from the chat?

Speaker 3 (01:05:25):
Are you.

Speaker 1 (01:05:28):
No? You gotta close as, You gotta close as lasting.
You gotta close as because ain't ain't ain't nowhere here?
You getting all these man? Hell no, but these is
hard questions, man, because I don't even know these.

Speaker 2 (01:05:40):
I study sports.

Speaker 1 (01:05:45):
I've been studying sports since eighty seven. Last question, you
got close as, don't cheat? Don't even look at the chat.
Who was the last four year college player to go
number one overall in the NBA draft? Who was the
last four year college player to go number one in
the NBA draft?

Speaker 2 (01:06:06):
Martin in nineteen ninety nine.

Speaker 1 (01:06:08):
Yeah, yeah, okay, that's a good one. I knew he
was gonna know that one, because I even I knew
that one. Hold on, and you know, why I knew
that one. Where did Kenyon Martin go to college?

Speaker 2 (01:06:19):
University of Cincinnati?

Speaker 1 (01:06:21):
That's why I knew that one. Okay, okay, all right,
you know you did. Hey, listen, you did your big
one to night. But I think the first four the
chat help you. Did Chat help you because you got
chat right. I went five for five the last nights
because the chat is I just caught on. Like when
I asked the question, the chat be putting the answers

in there, and they didn't know Chad that y'all know, y'all, No, No,
it just dawned on me. It just dawned on me.
So as I as I asked the question, the chat
start putting the answers. Wait, Chad didn't know. Let me
let me finish. Let me finish your wait, your relax.
You'll ponder for minute and you're process it because you

already see it in the chat. But you'll wait a
little bit then you'll say the answer.

Speaker 3 (01:07:06):
The chat didn't no corn bread, Maxwell, There isn't no
corn bread corn bread because they I didn't give your
first day.

Speaker 1 (01:07:14):
I gave you his nickname what they called him, Yeah,
because somebody in the chat said the nickname too. Yeah,
oh Joe, you cheated.

Speaker 3 (01:07:30):
Man, Oh Joe, I mean you almost have a couple
of diame. Blow Joe, you almost have you a couple
of diablow Joe.

Speaker 1 (01:07:38):
Now you you you cheating, cheating, you cheating me? Bad you.
I mean, like all that hold on, you cheated me.
I'm I'm convinced that there's no way. There's no way
you're able to process sports like that.

Speaker 2 (01:07:57):
I am.

Speaker 1 (01:07:57):
Actually they're different genres, genres, eras. Yeah, I mean, like
now I can do it.

Speaker 3 (01:08:06):
I can, but but just no, oh Joe, I'm telling you,
Oh Joe, I'm good with this stuff now, tracking field, basketball, baseball, football.

Speaker 1 (01:08:17):
Oh Joe, listen, I can. I can only do that.
I'm justnest I can only do that with soccer, soccer,
bosting football. Now you get you asked me some soccer.
I ain't got nothing. Yeah, yeah, I can. I can
only do that. I mean, go back eighties, seventies, ain't
Yeah that basketball I got. I gotta work. I gotta work.
I gotta work on that. I gotta work on that.

Speaker 3 (01:08:37):
All right, Oh Joe, It's time for our last segment
of the day, and it's called Q and A.

Speaker 1 (01:08:44):
Q and a Q and a.

Speaker 3 (01:08:51):
Stephen Bass three fourteen say, just got my laporte Wednesday
and as the Kanyak drinker is well worth the way,
can you speak to us for those strong work ethics,
but we're not afforded the same opportunity to be successful
as others has. That's really hard, m because sometimes you

can work. And that's that's the frustrating part about about it,
No shoe, is that sometimes you could work so hard
and then you look and somebody else is getting ahead
of you and you don't think they're working as hard
as you are, and that can be very frustrating. I'm
I'm but at the end of the day, I just like, well,

I'm just gonna continue to work and if God sees
fit for me to move a step up, that's what
it is. Because I can't do I can't do anything
about that old shoe because I don't know that person situation.
What's hard, what's hard work to me or not hard

work to me might be extenuating to them, right, So
it is frustrated. I mean, couple, we've all been there.
Hey man, I'm doing all this, I'm working my tail
off and I'm looking over here this dude, come out
the gain. He already got he running the little sorry
rouse and I'm working my butt off. He got ten cats,
lead game with ten ketches if I got six, Listen.

Speaker 1 (01:10:19):
Sometimes it's the way to cookie crumbles. Sometimes you put
in all the work and you don't get the results.
Sometimes you put in all the work and you don't
get the results you want. Somebody else maybe cuts a corner,
maybe doesn't put in the work.

Speaker 3 (01:10:32):
That you have.

Speaker 1 (01:10:34):
I mean, it happens. It's something that's you know, there's
this old saying, this old adage. At times life isn't fair,
and it's because of the situations like that. You're doing
all the right things, doing all the things people are
saying you're supposed to do. If you work hard, well,
the results supposed to show themselves all the time you

put in hard work or your sacrifice. Sometimes the results
don't always show up.

Speaker 2 (01:11:01):
But how about this?

Speaker 3 (01:11:02):
What if that? What if? That aspect is fair? As
long as you don't measure your success by what somebody
else doing that you determine it's not working as hard
as you m M. You see a lot of times,
what what gets us frustrated is that we're the work
we're measuring our work by their success.

Speaker 2 (01:11:23):
Okay, you see what I'm saying. Oh Joe, So man,
I'm doing all this, but.

Speaker 3 (01:11:32):
That was the thing, and I started like, once I
stopped measuring my success by what others did, life became
a lot easier.

Speaker 1 (01:11:42):
O Joe.

Speaker 2 (01:11:43):
It's a lot less stressful.

Speaker 3 (01:11:45):
You don't have I didn't have the headaches that I
had because I was worried about like, well, you know what,
maybe life is fair.

Speaker 2 (01:11:55):
Yeah, maybe this is what your life was meant to be.

Speaker 1 (01:11:58):
Mm hm. You know one thing that will always keep
you down? What comparing your comparing your life to somebody
else's comparison. Comparison is the thief.

Speaker 2 (01:12:09):
Of joy.

Speaker 1 (01:12:11):
Every time? Every time. Well, hell, I'm putting in the work.
How come I ain't got that?

Speaker 2 (01:12:18):
Well, I worked this job.

Speaker 1 (01:12:19):
How come I ain't driving that? Man? Boy?

Speaker 3 (01:12:24):
Oh Joe, I had a girlfriend. They taking all these vacations.
They go here, they go there, and I know you
got more money than them.

Speaker 1 (01:12:35):
Oh, oh, get it together on what you told them?
Hold on, wait before you say, before you say what
you told let me give me, give me. I know
you're finna give me a good one. I was like,
I was like.

Speaker 3 (01:12:49):
But that's their life.

Speaker 1 (01:12:51):
That's not our life.

Speaker 3 (01:12:52):
Okay, you're trying to live their life over here.

Speaker 1 (01:12:56):
Who at the end of the day, At the end
of the day, Oh Joe, you can only be who
you are, right.

Speaker 3 (01:13:04):
I said, I'm not a vacation type of guy, and
I told you that, and you were okay with that
until until your friends started saying, well, Shannon got all
this money, he's doing this, he's doing that. Why don't
y'all go here? Y'all can stay in a nicer place

than what I stayed in. So now they're putting pressure
on you. You bring that back and put pressure on me.
So you allowing them to mess up our home?

Speaker 1 (01:13:38):
M hmm, what you ate? It happens all the time?
Could you happens all the time?

Speaker 3 (01:13:49):
Robert Paul?

Speaker 2 (01:13:49):
And you?

Speaker 3 (01:13:49):
You said, hey, get on youo. It's always a great
time on the show. It's my birthday. Do you think
I can get a shout out? Thanks a million. If
either of you ever wanted to create a children's book,
look me up. I'm an illustrator. Stay blessed, Robert Paul, Oh,
thank you, bro. Appreciate all the support that you've given.
Nightcap uncan Oho thank you for the support, thank you
for tuning in catching us.

Speaker 2 (01:14:07):
And you know what, I might take you up on
that offer. Robert might take you up on that offer.

Speaker 3 (01:14:12):
Happy birthday, Raheem Cunningham said, he my older brother Ricky
about to get married to his fiancee Stacy two weeks
in Jamaica. Could you give them a special shout out?
Oh Joe, if you don't mind, you can come to
Jamaica crash the wedding. We love nightcap Ricky. Congratulations to
you and your beautiful bride destination wedding. Oh man, that's incredible.

Speaker 1 (01:14:35):
H congrats, congrats.

Speaker 3 (01:14:39):
Guys. I hope you have a long, long, happy healthy Mary. Yeah,
somebody performed. Let me know, perform what at the wedding?

Speaker 2 (01:14:50):
What you're gonna perform? What instrument you play?

Speaker 3 (01:14:53):

Speaker 1 (01:14:53):
I'm gonna sing two occasions.

Speaker 2 (01:14:56):
You only think of them a day at night.

Speaker 1 (01:14:58):
You only think you on two occasions.

Speaker 3 (01:15:03):
Lord have Merton j Ju said, do you all like
lemon cake or strawberry cake better?

Speaker 1 (01:15:09):
Neither one? Yellow cake chocolate icing, yellow cake chocolate icing,
Betty Crocker. They sell it at Publix. Yellow cake chocolate icing.
Talk to me, I like where I like.

Speaker 2 (01:15:26):
I like the lemon cake.

Speaker 3 (01:15:28):
The ash occasionally brings me from Starbucks, but probably strawberry.

Speaker 1 (01:15:35):
Come on, man, strawberry.

Speaker 2 (01:15:38):

Speaker 3 (01:15:39):
Now, I like red velvet, but only from the lady
that's in Glenville.

Speaker 2 (01:15:42):
She only makes it. She's the only that's the only
red velvet cake I like. It's got. It's gotta be that.

Speaker 1 (01:15:49):
I ain't never had no red velvet cake ever. All
I eat, all I've eaten is my Betty Crocker yellow
cake chocolate icing. And I eat cupcakes from publics and
birthday cakes from publics because I don't know what kind
of cake they be using a publics. But guyy, doctor
Frank L.

Speaker 3 (01:16:10):
Bellamy says, out of all things you guys an collect,
which are your most meaning?

Speaker 1 (01:16:15):
Which has the most meaning? My kids, you didn't collect them.

Speaker 3 (01:16:21):
And you don't hold them.

Speaker 1 (01:16:24):
I did collect them. I collect kids like pokemons. Let
me think what you got?

Speaker 3 (01:16:36):
What you got?

Speaker 1 (01:16:37):
Because I don't really collect anything.

Speaker 3 (01:16:39):
Oh, I don't collect money. I don't collect I used
to collect paper money, so I had that paper.

Speaker 1 (01:16:46):
Money currency oh currency okay, okay, oh from different places.

Speaker 3 (01:16:50):
No us, so I have every denomination from a one
thou from a dollar bill, all the way to ten thousand. Okay,
so I have a one two hundred, five hundred thousand,
five ten thousand they made. I think they made seven
one hundred thousand, but I think they're either private collectives.
They're all in the Smithsonian now.

Speaker 1 (01:17:12):
I have.

Speaker 3 (01:17:17):
I gave my grandmother for like thirty dollars worth of
silver dollars. I gave her two thousand dollars because I
just wanted them, because I know she had them for
a long time. So that probably those probat of those
silver dollars. Probably those probably those I had a watch

and my brother goat me a watch for graduation. But
I don't know what happened to it. I don't know.

Speaker 1 (01:17:46):
Damn, I ain't got shit. I'm for real.

Speaker 2 (01:17:53):
You ain't got no soccer jersey. What's your most prize
soccer jersey?

Speaker 1 (01:17:56):
You collect them?

Speaker 3 (01:17:57):

Speaker 1 (01:17:58):
Man, I got every I got so many, the most
prized one. You know what, I'm gonna have to go
with that George Campos, That George, that George Campos jersey
that he just signed for.

Speaker 3 (01:18:10):
Man, you remember the you remember when the old throwback
football and basketball jersey was out?

Speaker 1 (01:18:17):
N Oh the baggy ones? Yeah, yeah, yeah, I remember that.

Speaker 3 (01:18:23):
I wish they'd come back in so I can start
wearing them again. Lady Ray said, shout a note, what
are two things you're looking forward to this summer? And
at least one thing has to be non work related.

Speaker 1 (01:18:38):
This summer. I don't do nothing in this summer. I
mean I do the same thing in the summer I
do in the spring, fall and winter. Yeah, smoke cigars,
play video games. We got uh, that's it.

Speaker 2 (01:18:56):
We got uh.

Speaker 1 (01:18:58):
Oh taking the kids to Dubai. Man, I'm tripping uh
in the summer. I forgot about that. So when everybody
that you know, we we already do our annial trip
at the beginning of the summer, when all the kids
are home, I'm taking I'm taking all the kids in Dubai.
I forgot about that. Yeah, we got some big stuff playing.

I can't tell about it.

Speaker 3 (01:19:20):
Yet this year.

Speaker 1 (01:19:20):
Oh yeah, yeah, I'm ready. Let me know, let me know,
I'm I cutting a trip short.

Speaker 2 (01:19:25):

Speaker 1 (01:19:27):
Well, I just open that it doesn't overlap. Well, we
got scheduled. Yeah, I make sure it won't. I make
sure it won't. We we only we only stand for
a week.

Speaker 2 (01:19:37):
Yeah, uh yeah, we I got some plans coming up
I'm gonna let you all in right. Hold onto that.

Speaker 1 (01:19:45):

Speaker 3 (01:19:46):
We got some plans. We got something brewing. It's been
under wraps, but it's gonna be unwrapped. Guys.

Speaker 2 (01:19:53):
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See you tomorrow.

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Mm hmm
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