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July 5, 2024 49 mins

Jelly Roll is in the studio talking about his new music, tour, how he got Lainey Wilson to sing on "Save Me," answers uncomfortable questions and more! Plus, Lunchbox asks his wife a question dealing with his DNA. Find out how she responds and more!

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Speaker 1 (00:03):
Transmitting this Welcome to the show.

Speaker 2 (00:12):
More than Studio Morning coming up later, Jelly Rowland Studio.

Speaker 3 (00:15):
But first, let's go around the room.

Speaker 2 (00:17):
But to get to know you question, I'll ask it,
but I'll answer it first, since you guys have no
idea what the question is? Who is your favorite TV
couple of all time?

Speaker 4 (00:28):

Speaker 2 (00:29):
Think about it, your favorite TV couple of all time? Now,
I've had a little time to think about this, and
I'm gonna go Zach Morris Kelly Kapowski. Oh, just because
it was such that's such an important part of my life.

Speaker 3 (00:47):
That show that time of my life.

Speaker 2 (00:49):
Had the biggest crush on Kelly ko Zach Morris was
the coolest guy ever. That Jim and Pam we are close
second older version favorite show. And I'm going Zach Moore
Kelly Kapowski my favorite TV couple ever.

Speaker 4 (01:04):
I mean you look like you're thinking hard. Yeah, because
I'm debating between two as well.

Speaker 3 (01:07):
Hey, you know what, go.

Speaker 5 (01:08):
Okay, Ross and Rachel from Friends and then Meredith Gray
and doctor McDreamy on Grey's Anatomy.

Speaker 3 (01:16):
You liked Ross and Rachel more than Monica Chandler.

Speaker 4 (01:19):
Yeah, I always thought the Monica Chandler thing was weird.

Speaker 3 (01:22):
It was only weird because she was way hotter than
he was.

Speaker 2 (01:25):
But I think that's why I liked it, because he
was like the wisecracking, goofy guy, and I was like, man,
I guess if Chandler can do it and gave you hope?

Speaker 5 (01:32):
Yeah, oh okay. I don't know if it was like
the looks thing for me. I guess Ross and Rachel
were the og.

Speaker 3 (01:39):
Yeah, but I feel like Rachel so much hotter than Ross.

Speaker 2 (01:42):
Oh yeah, oh yeah, but yes, Ross and Rachel big
couple of our lifetime, Eddie, that's funny.

Speaker 1 (01:48):
I went with married couple.

Speaker 6 (01:49):
Tim and Jill Taylor, is it Jill. I just loved
the way that they were like in love. I mean
they had all these three boys. Their life was crazy,
but they always handled things great and they were always
like learning with each other even when they were old.

Speaker 2 (02:02):
That's how I felt about the Huxtables. Oh yeah, they
would like still be in love and dance.

Speaker 1 (02:09):
And think that now that Claire and you can't think
about that.

Speaker 3 (02:15):
Bill, It wasn't Bill Huxtable.

Speaker 2 (02:18):
Cliff Cliff Cliff Cliff and Claire Huxtable. Man, no, they
can still exist No, it's just still cos Okay, lunchbox.

Speaker 1 (02:31):
Man, I got this tough.

Speaker 4 (02:32):
I got nine Survivor of season three. It's going to
be a real world problem.

Speaker 7 (02:39):
Well, I mean that's the problem is they end up
getting I'm gonna I'm gonna say Amber and Rob from
Survivor they met, Yeah, Boston Robb met his wife on
Survivor and they became a duo and they went all
the way to the final sho won and on stage
he got down and proposed, I mean that together.

Speaker 1 (02:55):
Yeah, they're still together, got kids everything.

Speaker 3 (02:57):
That there's some who's a couple from this front.

Speaker 4 (03:01):
The Bachelor still together, the Fireman.

Speaker 7 (03:03):
Oh yeah, what's her? Tristan and Ryan. Yeah, she was
the bachelorette. That's where they got together.

Speaker 1 (03:10):
Got it? That's cool? Have Rob and Amber? Okay?

Speaker 7 (03:14):
And I also liked Riggins and Lylah Garrity on Friday
Night Lights.

Speaker 3 (03:18):
Oh yeah, they which two are there?

Speaker 1 (03:19):
The mam and dad? No, no, no, kid.

Speaker 7 (03:21):
She was the cheerleader, hot cheerleader and then he was
like the crazy one, like partier and they got together.

Speaker 3 (03:28):
Minka Kelly Yead.

Speaker 2 (03:30):
I saw her once at John Mayer a cl live
taping when that was taped in the ut building and
there were like sixty people there and she was there
and they were dating.

Speaker 1 (03:38):
She's pretty hot, pretty hot personally, she's pretty pretty there. No,
really on the show. Yeah, I was on the show,
but she didn't find me that.

Speaker 7 (03:46):
And then another way, Eric and Donna from that seventy show,
they were pretty good.

Speaker 1 (03:50):
They were cool, they were fun. That's a good one.
All right, Thank you guys, a little bit better there
you go, Thank.

Speaker 2 (03:55):
You, thank you, thank you. You send us emails, we
read them. Let's open up the mail, bat.

Speaker 4 (04:02):
Mail, and we read it on the air. If you
get something, we call Bobby's mail bag.

Speaker 1 (04:07):
Yeah, hello, Bobby Bones.

Speaker 3 (04:08):
I've been married to my husband for almost three years.

Speaker 2 (04:11):
This is his second marriage, and he was married for
ten years before we got together. During that time, he
got his ex wife's name tattooed on his arm. It's
his one and only tattoo. It's on his upper right arm.
He told me when he got married to me he'd
get it removed or get a cover up tattoo.

Speaker 3 (04:28):
But it's been two years.

Speaker 2 (04:29):
He said he really doesn't want to get a cover
up tattoo because he's done with getting tattoos. There's nothing
he'd want to cover it up, and he thinks removing
it's out of the question because it's expensive and painful.
What would you do in this situation? He told me
he'd get it removed. I took his word for it.
I do not want him to have this tattoo anymore.
Signed tick him out of tattoo. I get why that's
upsetting to her.

Speaker 4 (04:49):
Yeah, I would have probably made that happen before. So
he got married.

Speaker 1 (04:55):
Funny, what do you tell her?

Speaker 5 (04:57):
I would say, Okay, you just need to really expressed
to him. I understand that it's painful, but I think
they have numbing cream and I'll.

Speaker 4 (05:05):
Go with you.

Speaker 5 (05:07):
I'll support you, like this is something that's really important
me and needs to happen.

Speaker 3 (05:11):
Is him saying it's too painful? Is that a reason
enough for him not to do it?

Speaker 4 (05:14):
I don't understand that excuse, like stop.

Speaker 3 (05:16):
We're always going to be painful. Even agrees in the beginning.

Speaker 5 (05:18):
Yes, and she can remind him that he agreed to it,
and then you know, as he just needs to understand
that she's having to look at that every day or
anytime he's got that part of his body where she
can see it like, that's that's not cool. She doesn't
need to look at your ex wife's name every time
you take your shirt off.

Speaker 3 (05:36):
The significance is he told you he would get it removed.

Speaker 2 (05:39):
Yes, if he never said that, we could have the
conversation of should he have to?

Speaker 4 (05:45):
But if he said it, and I don't want to.

Speaker 5 (05:47):
Know who's whose idea was it to be divorced? Like
was it the ex wife or his?

Speaker 4 (05:51):
I mean, well, I don't know.

Speaker 3 (05:53):
But he doesn't want to eliminate it because they guess
eliminated her.

Speaker 5 (05:57):
Then you would think, regardless of your new spouse, you
would just want it removed because it's like, okay, correct,
I don't want to look at this reminder every day.
You may have an amicable relationship with the ex wife,
but you don't need her name tattooed on you.

Speaker 2 (06:11):
So you're telling her he needs to go. He just
needs to suck it up. Yes, tell him to suck
it up. Keep reminding him suck it up, buttercup, Okay,
there you have it. I'm a letter to have that
one take about a tattoo. He needs to suck it up.
Play in this audio of us talking about it. He
said he would do it. He needs to do it.

Speaker 1 (06:25):
He's a suck it up buttercup. All right, that's the
mail bag.

Speaker 4 (06:27):
Close it up. We got your Gmail and we ran
it on you.

Speaker 1 (06:31):
Now, let's find the clothes Bobby fail bag.

Speaker 2 (06:34):
Yeah, about to get into fun, Fact Friday.

Speaker 3 (06:38):
Here's a couple appetizers for you.

Speaker 1 (06:40):

Speaker 2 (06:41):
The candy bar is short for what twis twicks too.

Speaker 8 (06:48):
Yeah, wafer wayfer ice cream no no no no no no.

Speaker 1 (06:57):
In your mouth no dots, no dots.

Speaker 4 (06:59):
And then the xylophone, no does I don't know what
I mean.

Speaker 3 (07:04):
T w I it's twigs. Two words.

Speaker 4 (07:07):
When TwixT alert, when extraordinary?

Speaker 2 (07:10):
Twin sticks twigs sticks. That makes sense your next appetizer.
Birds don't live in nests. Whatever nests are just where
they keep their eggs. Birds sleep perts on a roosting
spot in trees and actually live in the nest. It's
just like a bed for their nests that their eggs.

Speaker 1 (07:25):
I didn't know that you knew. But the babies do
until they fly.

Speaker 4 (07:29):
I guess they don't because they don't build.

Speaker 5 (07:30):
They only build a nest when they're ready to have
the baby.

Speaker 4 (07:33):
There you go find fact Friday. Let's get it I'll
go first.

Speaker 2 (07:39):
There are currently one hundred and forty six people in
the United States who have been cryogenically frozen waiting for
science to resurrect them. That we know, one hundred and
forty six that have been frozen, which in my mind,
to work so your brain doesn't die, you would need
to be frozen before everything dies.

Speaker 4 (07:56):
It be frozen almost alive.

Speaker 2 (07:59):
So they could you see, they unfroze that worm that
was like four hundred thousand years old all that I was.

Speaker 4 (08:04):
Here with the wooly mammoths.

Speaker 2 (08:05):
Yeah, forty thousand years some year, unbelievably un frozen worm.
It's back to life, which is crazy Amy already have.

Speaker 5 (08:12):
So the computer that helped land Apollo eleven back in
the day is six times less powerful than the one
inside the T I eighty three calculator.

Speaker 4 (08:23):
What year did that happen?

Speaker 1 (08:24):
Six nine six?

Speaker 4 (08:25):
It was on the moon, that was the one.

Speaker 3 (08:27):
So the computer is six times less effective.

Speaker 5 (08:31):
Then our little t I eighty three Calamy to even do,
which kids these days still use those people?

Speaker 4 (08:37):
What that computer even do?

Speaker 2 (08:38):

Speaker 1 (08:38):
His face?

Speaker 2 (08:39):
I mean took them up there, right, Morgan Trail, I've
been Henna, you do that some bull crap, that's crazy.

Speaker 4 (08:44):

Speaker 7 (08:44):
Adult butterflies don't poop, and they don't peet, that's right.
They drink nectar, which is whatever they get full of water,
and then a little mist comes out of their abdomen.
But because it's so much water, it can't be considered.

Speaker 1 (08:57):
Urine, isn't that So they basically pi out of their bellies. No, no, no,
it's not pee.

Speaker 7 (09:03):
It's just water because they fill up on nectar that
far and they become overhydrated and they let a little.

Speaker 4 (09:08):
Water out and it's not urine, so like they sweat
it out.

Speaker 1 (09:11):
They sweated out. It's just a little missed so it's
not pee or poop. They don't peer poop.

Speaker 4 (09:15):
They're so tiny. So basically the pi out of the belly.

Speaker 2 (09:18):
Yeah, and we kind of do that too, right, Like
you're being lower belly really No, no, no, no, they're been
like real dehydrated and you're just like I'm peede in
hours and I've drank so much water sweat, Yeah, Morgan.

Speaker 4 (09:29):
What do you have over there?

Speaker 9 (09:30):
It makes sense why we don't sleep well when we're
at hotels, because when we sleep in unfamiliar surroundings, only
half of our brain gets a good night's rest while
the other half stands guard. It's called first night effect,
and it keeps us alert to avoid dangel situations.

Speaker 4 (09:46):

Speaker 2 (09:47):
We were gone a couple of days, we worked from Orlando,
and then you're gonna bring this up. And now remember
you sayds out about how good you were sleeping. I
slept like an angel, like a dog. I mean it
was just like I slept so hard. I hadn't slept
like that in years.

Speaker 6 (10:00):
But I thought, I don't know. My wife wasn't there,
we didn't have a baby in the bed. Like it
was like.

Speaker 2 (10:06):
Even just half your mind sleeping feels so much. I
think my mind was like I don't care where you are.
The fact that you have your own bed and no
one's kicking you right now, like you're.

Speaker 3 (10:13):
Sleeping with stab me of Duckney. Whateverage.

Speaker 2 (10:16):
Last thing got it had your fun fact. I got
a double fun fact. The first one is Minnie Mouse's
real name.

Speaker 1 (10:22):
Did you know her? She had a real name.

Speaker 2 (10:24):
Her name is Minerva, and she was named after one
of the Disney investors, the early Disney investors. His wife
was Minerva, and so Walt was like, well call many Mini.

Speaker 1 (10:35):
That's cool.

Speaker 2 (10:35):
The second one, Captain Crunch. His real name is Horatio Magellan.
Crunch Magellan's funny, like the sailor like that like that, Yes,
the explorer, the explorer Magellan, Horatio Magellan.

Speaker 1 (10:50):
Yes, and his ship is called the s S Guppy.

Speaker 2 (10:54):
I think that's on the box, like written on the
blo the guppies on there somewhere anyway, Thank you fun
fact Friday.

Speaker 3 (10:59):
There we Oh, it's.

Speaker 4 (11:03):
Time for the good news. Bobby.

Speaker 2 (11:09):
He's a guy from Utah and he wanted to go
on this forty five mile long West Coast Trail Vancouver Island,
wanted to hike it, but waiting forever and saving his money,
he finally gets up there, flies up, He's like, all right,
let's go. Well, they lost all of this stuff, lost
his luggage, lost his gear. You don't have a luggae,
you're not gear. He can't really go walk the wilderness.
And so he was like, I'm not gonna be able

to do this. And he had talked to other people
in a Facebook group because they were all going to
go up and meet and do it together. And he's like,
I guess I will not be able to join you
because they lost all my stuff. So all his buddies
that he really didn't know, he only talked him on Facebook.

Speaker 3 (11:42):
They went, no, we got you.

Speaker 2 (11:44):
So they won, raised a bunch of money and then
took like extra tense backpacks and so in the end
he had all of his all their stuff.

Speaker 3 (11:51):
And he got to go on the hike with them.

Speaker 4 (11:53):
They never said they found a stuff though. That's the
crazy place.

Speaker 1 (11:55):
He never got it back. The same thing about that.

Speaker 2 (11:58):
But like all these people that are up there hiking,
like apply them with sleeping bags, backpacks, tents, poles, money
for the multi hiking day trip.

Speaker 3 (12:06):
So they didn't know and they have to do that.

Speaker 1 (12:07):
I liked it.

Speaker 3 (12:08):
But where do bags go?

Speaker 4 (12:12):
Like, yeah, where the purgatory feels like sometimes?

Speaker 7 (12:17):
So don't they like if you don't pick up your bag,
at least they lost it.

Speaker 1 (12:20):
I know. That's what I'm saying. Where could it go?

Speaker 7 (12:22):
And then if they find in some far away airport
they have a tracking number, So.

Speaker 2 (12:26):
But then couldn't they couldn't If you're like being shady
and you saw a bag and like, but there's some
cool stuff in that, can you just like hide it
somewhere and after a while when it's not found, just
take it home.

Speaker 1 (12:35):
You're just tossing the bushes. Come back a couple of
days later.

Speaker 4 (12:37):
I mean bushes is interesting.

Speaker 1 (12:40):
Then think about that.

Speaker 4 (12:41):
I'm reading the store and whatever happened to the bag?
You never updated?

Speaker 1 (12:43):
How do they lose the bags? Like, I don't know.

Speaker 4 (12:45):
Listen, listen.

Speaker 5 (12:46):
If you think about it the other way, how do
they even get us our bags?

Speaker 1 (12:50):
Well, that's a great question.

Speaker 4 (12:51):
Is this code fascinating?

Speaker 3 (12:52):
I don't know how radio works, right, No.

Speaker 7 (12:54):
It is fascinating when you look at all those bags
that are out there on the runway with all these
cards and they're planes switch. Yes, how do they get
to a small town and how do they get it
to you in one night?

Speaker 1 (13:06):
That is baffling. It really is like, how do they
get it? Can you get to New York one night?

Speaker 4 (13:13):
That's that's really the question.

Speaker 1 (13:15):
It's easier for a person to get to New York
because you're going direct.

Speaker 7 (13:18):
You're going direct. A package has you have to drop
it off somewhere. They have to drive it to the airport,
put it on a plane, get it in a car.

Speaker 1 (13:25):
You know, they have to transfer.

Speaker 2 (13:27):
It from a little to get out of your car,
walk walk to the airport.

Speaker 1 (13:32):
Security yet so I order something.

Speaker 2 (13:37):
It's logistics, how they get it, how it's cool as
they have it so streamlined.

Speaker 3 (13:42):
You can go to that hub, to that hub, and
they have people going in and out so fast.

Speaker 4 (13:45):
Like the people that come up with that there.

Speaker 7 (13:48):
I mean, because it doesn't just leave the airport on
the FedEx plane and goes straight to your house. It
has to go somewhere else, somewhere else, boom, and.

Speaker 1 (13:53):
It's there at eight a m.

Speaker 3 (13:54):
But you don't love your mind. You don't leave your
bed and go right to New York.

Speaker 2 (13:57):
You leave your bedding or your closet and get your clothes,
You get your suitcase, you go to the car, you
drive the car to the airport, the airport, you walk
to your gate. It's the same thing the hotel like
you got. Absolutely no, it is the same thing. If
you were a package.

Speaker 1 (14:10):
No, if I was a package, I could literally, I
could literally.

Speaker 3 (14:13):
I was doing a story about a guy got out
all his gearbag. But no, but it's it's the same thing.

Speaker 4 (14:17):
It's the same thing.

Speaker 7 (14:17):
It's not different, absolutely different, absolutely different. Because I can
go straight from my bedroom to the airport, airport and
I'm in the next kid.

Speaker 2 (14:27):
Because you've got to make other stops to your car.
It's exciting get stopped at roads to turn to take
a left that you get.

Speaker 4 (14:33):
To the airport, you check the computer. What gate am
I at? You? He stops along the way.

Speaker 1 (14:38):
You guys are so stupid. A red light is not
the same.

Speaker 7 (14:41):
Thing is a package that I ordered offline going from
wherever it is at uh best line or online?

Speaker 1 (14:49):
It is the same. It is not the same.

Speaker 3 (14:51):
You're just not wrapped up.

Speaker 1 (14:53):
No, you're not in the box. God, they're so stupid.
I cannot believe you're stupid.

Speaker 7 (15:00):
Not believe you guys think the exact same principle.

Speaker 4 (15:04):
Wait, did I tell you about the thing I heard about? Marconi?

Speaker 1 (15:08):

Speaker 4 (15:09):
Or Marconi Marconi? Marconi Marconi?

Speaker 1 (15:12):
What is that?

Speaker 4 (15:12):
He's some venter of radio Marconi?

Speaker 5 (15:15):
Okay, so this is lunchbox has made me think it's
exactly a little bit crazy when apparently I don't know
if this is true.

Speaker 4 (15:23):
Whenever he and why did we always do?

Speaker 1 (15:25):
There we go?

Speaker 2 (15:27):
She leads every story, what did I tell you about?
And then goes, this could be a lie.

Speaker 5 (15:31):
I heard go ahead that whenever he was like telling
his friends like, hey, I figured out how to you know,
send things.

Speaker 4 (15:38):
Through the air like that transmissions.

Speaker 5 (15:41):
Yes, his friends checked him into a mental institution because
he's like, no, no, really it works, like checked this
out and that that so.

Speaker 2 (15:52):
So you thought because you thought lunch Fox was crazy, right,
then he think then we should check.

Speaker 1 (15:56):
Him in somewhere.

Speaker 5 (15:57):
No, he thinks you're crazy for saying what you're saying
how it's working.

Speaker 1 (16:01):
You're saying that a human getting on a plane is
the same thing as.

Speaker 7 (16:04):
Ordering something getting to you within six hours.

Speaker 6 (16:07):
Hold on, you said, how do I get a package overnight?
And I said the same way you would get somewhere overnight.

Speaker 1 (16:14):
I hate how stupid you guys are. It's gonna give
me a headache that we gotta rab it.

Speaker 4 (16:19):
That's what it's all about. Me something good.

Speaker 3 (16:25):
On the Bobby Bone Show now walking into.

Speaker 4 (16:28):
The studio right now.

Speaker 2 (16:29):
It's a guy that I think we all like as
a person, we all love as an artist.

Speaker 3 (16:33):
He's killing it right now here.

Speaker 4 (16:34):
He is jelly roll.

Speaker 1 (16:43):
Yes, baby, that's what I'm talking about, some buddy. What's up,
Bobby Baby?

Speaker 4 (16:47):
I was talking about you last time we saw each
other few weeks ago.

Speaker 1 (16:50):
At the Grand Ole Opry.

Speaker 2 (16:51):
And I've been either performing at the Opry and I
performed before you went on, and I could feel something
was just a little on, just a little just a
little different, right because the crowd they were.

Speaker 3 (17:02):
Just like and I'm up telling jokes and I'm like, man,
this crowd is like in it. And then when you
came out.

Speaker 2 (17:08):
And I've seen many people play the Opry, and I've
seen like Garth playing it go bananas. I've never seen
the reaction from the beginning of an Opry set as
electric as it was when you walked.

Speaker 3 (17:18):
In the history of me going to the Opry.

Speaker 2 (17:20):
It was as electric of the grand operas I've ever
seen at the beginning of a set.

Speaker 8 (17:23):
Dude, it was so special that night Bobby and I
heard you talk about on the Bobbycast.

Speaker 1 (17:27):
Thank you for that. Man, I I didn't. I didn't
even I thought.

Speaker 8 (17:30):
I like, you know how in a moment you're like
this was this is crazy, and then the next day
you're like, I still think it was crazy. So you know,
sometimes you wake up the next day like it wasn't
it was crazy, but it wasn't. So I went and
watched it again and it would dude, it was everything
me and you thought it was.

Speaker 2 (17:45):
It was special where the crowd was going so crazy
and there's like a three minute commercial break and me
and Jelly were gonna sit and just kind of talk
in between on the live stream where people are watching,
and they wouldn't sit down because of a standing ovation
that I was like, Askcrolet, I'm sure.

Speaker 3 (18:00):
Youre for three home minutes until we went. It was awesome.

Speaker 2 (18:03):
It was a crazy What has been the craziest part
of this recent season for you? Because you've been going,
you've been grinding for a while, But what's been the
craziest part of this recent season where again you have
to like look back and go, Man, that's still crazy
that that happened of all of this.

Speaker 8 (18:19):
Oh, dude, I mean, where do you start, dude? Meeting
Garth Brooks win in three CMT Awards. I mean, what
about the greatest night?

Speaker 5 (18:26):

Speaker 1 (18:26):
I didn't go to prom, you know what I mean.

Speaker 8 (18:27):
I didn't have a prom, I didn't graduate, and I'm
sure that's what it felt like both in one night
in front of six million people. I mean, it was
the greatest night. I called out, you know, dude. I
did the North Dakota State Fair. I broke the attendance record,
at a fair that's been there for fifty years. Wow,
almost nineteen thousand people. We beat Aerosmith's record by like
twenty seven tickets.

Speaker 1 (18:47):
It was insane. Everywhere we go.

Speaker 8 (18:51):
It's like just my relationship with the police that they
picked me up from airports now and take me places.
This is the coolest thing. Now I see police and
I'm like, that's my friend. I know they're here to help.

Speaker 3 (19:00):
They now get you instead of apprehend you.

Speaker 1 (19:02):
Exactly. It's a word that's great.

Speaker 2 (19:06):
So the Hulu documentary, how has that impacted folks that
maybe wouldn't have known who you were?

Speaker 8 (19:13):
Because I imagine like people like I saw that, dude,
it was I get it all the time. I get
people that are even like, hey man, not a country fan,
but dude, love you love the story. Watch the doc
you know. And I think it was most important kind
of like we talked about on this show, kind of
catalyst that whole thing with what we're doing for at
risk youth. And I think that it's kind of a
thing too that I think it brought attention to a

cause that people never really thought about existing, and that
was one of my purposes and agreeing to do the
documentary from the beginning.

Speaker 2 (19:40):
So when you talk about at risk youth and you've
done and you're you're you're constantly trying to do a
lot for kids that are right now serving time or
young adults serving time. Why why is it important to
help the kids that are or the young adults incarcerated
right now?

Speaker 8 (19:56):
Well, it's deeper than just helping that. I think that
as an artist or as a human that progresses in life,
that we have an obligation to give back. I think
it's just so important for us to be conscious of
always what we can do, and I think things that
are passionate are the most important to us. Right So,
for me is important because I was a juvenile. I
wasn't at risk kid. And I say it all the time.

I support the adult jails, we go see them all
the time. But you know, by the time you go
to your fourth or fifth time in jail, you're an adult.
You got to figure out a way to break the cycle.
When you're sixteen years old, you don't understand the cycle.
You know you don't need discipline, you need love, you
need rehabilitation. There's times in life you need discipline, but
not when you're a fifteen year old kid, and I
just want to go back and give them courage. Dude,
it's cool. I go to that same juvenile now, and

that same juvenile was locked up into that parking lot
of that stadium.

Speaker 1 (20:41):
I just played cmafest. You know what I'm saying. I
got to like, you can do it. It's obtainable.

Speaker 8 (20:46):
And I think it also helped because when I was
in there, Boby, nobody ere came to talk to me
that I related to. The Gideons would come and give
us Bibles, and I appreciated that because I read the
Word of the Lord because of that, which has been
a strong anchor of my faith. But I didn't understand
these seventy five year old men with bow tie, you
know what I mean.

Speaker 1 (21:01):
We're a bunch of convicts. So it's like hopefully.

Speaker 8 (21:04):
Me coming in there kind of kind of spreads that
love when we go in there too, and lets them
know that there is hope on the other side of
your summer.

Speaker 2 (21:09):
At sixteen, Jelly rolls here, we're gonna play Need a Favor,
which is man, it's just so this song's just so good.

Speaker 4 (21:14):
It's just so good.

Speaker 2 (21:16):
Like I like the other I really liked the other
stuff too, But this song, like the first time I
heard it, it just hits different one the message obvious.

Speaker 1 (21:23):
I think we all feel like that too. I think
we all felt like that, like we.

Speaker 2 (21:26):
Kind of asked for help, like we pray mostly when
we need it more than we try to be better
at it.

Speaker 3 (21:32):
We make like deal. But I mean this, this was it.

Speaker 2 (21:35):
So tell me about this song and how it all
came together, like the creatively here.

Speaker 8 (21:39):
Well all some of them we call me with the
idea And I loved everything about it.

Speaker 1 (21:44):
I just I felt like we needed.

Speaker 8 (21:46):
The production was probably gonna be the most important part
of this for us, because I wanted it to feel
like an old church anthem like I grew up. I
give you a typical Sunday in the South for me.
Yesterday I woke up and my brother became a deacon
at a little small church in South Ashville, and my
daughter's best friend got baptized. So I had two and
that's not a normal thing for me, you know what

I mean. But also, it wouldn't surprise me if either
one of them had a drink on Saturday night. One
of them's a fifty year old deec and the other
one's a sixteen year old high schooler, you know what
I'm saying. And I think that's also indicative of a
Sunday in the South, right, or a Saturday in the South,
should I say? And I wanted it to feel like that.
I was like, what does worship music for real centers
feel like? And that's what was important for the.

Speaker 1 (22:25):
Song on the Bobby Bones Show.

Speaker 2 (22:28):
Now, Jelly, when you and your wife met, did you
get engaged and married? Like super close to each other?
Oh yeah, how quickly did you get engaged and married.

Speaker 1 (22:39):
The same night? I guess technically, well so I was.

Speaker 8 (22:44):
So we got one of them old stories that we
didn't we don't know our anniversary and this is why we.
I asked her the Tin Roof here in Nashville to
marry me. And one night we were there drinking. I
was like, we were just talking about I was like,
we should just do it. She was like, I'm in.
We were in Vegas out one night.

Speaker 4 (22:58):
How you proposally should just what I'm in?

Speaker 1 (23:00):
Yeah, yeah, yeah, something like.

Speaker 8 (23:01):
I mean it was a little more drunkenly romantic, but
we were both you know. But we went down to
Vegas and we were out there and they had a show.
Yellow Wolf had a show with the Deaf Tones, and
Yellow was like, what are you doing the night? I was,
I'm were you go to the courthouse after this and
get married. I'm just kind of, you know, kind of
nudging him. He's like, you see herus. I'm like yeah,
He's like, come out on stage and say it. So
I brought Bunny out on stage at the Joint in

Las Vegas which is now the theaters at the Virgin
Hotel and asked her what she married me that night?
And she said yeah, And we got straight off that stage,
didn't even watch the rest of the Yellow Wolf, Seid
Orchid or the Deaf Tones, got straight in the car
and went and found a courthouse and sat did it right,
then went to a little chapel. We got married by
a little lady that looked like a hobbit. And because
we got married, and because we got married at like

one o'clock in the morning, we like, they let us
pick our anniversary, so.

Speaker 1 (23:48):
We we don't really know what day we actually got
married on. How are you, how are you feeling?

Speaker 2 (23:53):
You like?

Speaker 4 (23:53):
You look good?

Speaker 3 (23:54):
You look the best I've ever seen you look like
your hair looks good.

Speaker 4 (23:58):
It's like it's a new hair.

Speaker 1 (23:59):
Yeah, cup, my hair looks good like you.

Speaker 8 (24:01):
Why did y'all let me run out here looking homeless
and unkept for so long? I know I had a
song called long Hair, Son of a Center, but nobody
loved me enough to be like dude.

Speaker 1 (24:09):
My wife kept saying I thought she was being a hater.

Speaker 8 (24:11):
Why don't Why would I not listen to the person
I trust the most, you know? And she's like, I'm
telling you, dude, you got to do something. You look
really unkept. Nobody else will say it. I was like,
I'm think I'm looking great. And finally I was like,
I look really bad, man, but you look good. I
feel great.

Speaker 4 (24:23):
What are you doing differently?

Speaker 8 (24:24):
I'm drinking less, I'm eating better, I'm losing weight. I'm
not I'm working out a little bit, but it's kind
of taking it slow.

Speaker 1 (24:30):
Are you playing golf at all? Not as much, dude,
I'm swinging.

Speaker 2 (24:33):
That's the first place I ever met ever met Jelly
ever was on a golf course. He was up on
the card ahead of us with our friend Steve.

Speaker 1 (24:39):
Yeah, I love you Steve.

Speaker 4 (24:40):
And he was like riding with David.

Speaker 3 (24:41):
He was like, Hey, this is jelly roll and I'm
like the rapper.

Speaker 4 (24:45):
I was like, yeah, I was like, all right, all right,
that's what.

Speaker 1 (24:47):
The first place we ever met. Dude, I can't. I
haven't had much time to dude. I've been. I've been.

Speaker 8 (24:51):
I've been pushing. Man, I'm probably gonna do two hundred
shows this year, if I had to guess. I've been
to leave for that forty four city tour and just
really been cranking.

Speaker 1 (24:57):
Man, I've been kicking.

Speaker 2 (24:58):
You're touring like a rock star or hip hop artists
because you're staying out and doing week nights too.

Speaker 1 (25:04):
Right, Yeah, we're doing a lot of Tuesdays and Thursday.

Speaker 8 (25:07):
My fifty something city tour that I'm fixing the Leavene
will average four and a half shows a week.

Speaker 3 (25:12):
That's a lot of shows. Do you've your voice?

Speaker 2 (25:15):
Is interesting because again you can do multiple things because
again I knew you first as a rapper, but you're
also a good singer.

Speaker 4 (25:23):
Like, what do you think you're best at?

Speaker 8 (25:25):
Ooh? I think I'm you know, I don't know enough
about singing. I just I think what I'm best at songwriting? Right,
I think my real strength lives and my ability. I
chose connection over entertainment, Bobby. That was probably the biggest
decision I made early in my career was did I
want to be an artist that entertain people or did
I want to be an artist that connected with people?
And I think that's my biggest attribute. I think I'm

actually mediocre at everything, like singing mediocre. You know, like
I'm not like, I'm not gonna.

Speaker 1 (25:50):
See you're not medio. You're pretty good. You can sing?

Speaker 3 (25:52):
Yeah, Because I was honestly, I'll bet you be honest
with you.

Speaker 2 (25:55):
We can be befrio with each other the first time
you were going to come and sing, or the first
time I was like canny.

Speaker 4 (26:01):
Because I listened to a lot of just a lot
of your hip hops. I can he sing.

Speaker 3 (26:04):
But yeah, you can sing so better than mediocre.

Speaker 1 (26:07):
I don't you know. I get it.

Speaker 4 (26:08):
I do the same thing.

Speaker 3 (26:08):
I'm like, I'm so ugly, but everybodys I'm a model,
right I see?

Speaker 2 (26:12):
But so do you feel like you're a better rapper
or because you've done it longer?

Speaker 8 (26:17):
Yeah, Well, I think I know more about It's like
if it was a sport, I think I know more
about that sporting.

Speaker 1 (26:22):
But I think I sing with conviction.

Speaker 2 (26:24):
I think you connect with country music so well, I
think you're connected. You're right, it's about connection.

Speaker 1 (26:28):
Yeah, I think.

Speaker 8 (26:28):
I think I sing with conviction and I think that
resonates with people. And I'm not afraid to sing about
the stuff that people are afraid to sing about.

Speaker 2 (26:35):
What was the story at that Dallas Waterburger where you
tipped employees a thousand bucks?

Speaker 3 (26:38):
How did that all come together?

Speaker 8 (26:41):
God, I hope nobody ever asked that, because I don't
remember it.

Speaker 3 (26:45):
That's funny, that's funny.

Speaker 1 (26:47):
So what do you think happened there?

Speaker 8 (26:49):
I had to relive it when it went viral, and
I was like, that was so sweet of me. I
do that all the time, though, But I just don't,
you know, I'm not like normally, I'm not getting filmed
doing It's like my crew knows that we are, like
we're like, my mother was a bartender, so I'm like
a super crazy tipper by just nature, just because I
think for my mom, I'm like, somebody's got a little
jelly roll, then he's an extra jelly roll at the house,

you know what I mean. But these kids were just cool,
I guess, and I was just lit man. We were
celebrating that was a ACM th I went there. I
knew it was over when I showed up the Old
Dominions party at an Apple PE's. Old Dominion had a
post ACM party and I showed up there at like
one forty five in the morning. I tried to kidnap
Mitchell Tenpenny. I mean, it was a wild, wild night.

Speaker 4 (27:28):
Dude kidnapping, Yeah, yeah.

Speaker 1 (27:29):
I did.

Speaker 8 (27:30):
I put him and I was like pushing on the cars,
like just go with us. He was like, what are
you doing. I said, just come on, man, We're going
to this other party.

Speaker 1 (27:35):
And then we went to go see Dustin. It was
one of the coolest nights.

Speaker 3 (27:37):
I like, you doing depression of you drunk.

Speaker 8 (27:40):
That's exactly how I sounded the thing when I was like,
who how many y'all are in there? You can just
hear the just blackout in this and my voice. And
I was on my live That's what's even worse. Or
was it my live that went viral of theirs because
apparently I was on Instagram live.

Speaker 1 (27:54):
Yeah, I don't know what.

Speaker 8 (27:55):
I never go live and three in the morning, four
in the morning, drunk Jelly after an ACM before to
Lady Wilson I'm at Garth Brooks.

Speaker 2 (28:01):
That's what I was really celebrating. Yeah, jelly rolls here.
We're gonna come back do one more segment with jelly Roll.
You guys, let me say this. He's on the road
and it's a lot of shows. But you're going to
so many places. I mean, if wherever you are listening
to our show all over the country, I look, you're
going near kind of everybody.

Speaker 1 (28:15):
You're all over the country.

Speaker 8 (28:16):
Yeah, here's my story, man, and this is my sales
pitch about my tour. If I'm not coming to your town,
I am coming close enough to draft.

Speaker 1 (28:21):
That's what I'm saying.

Speaker 3 (28:22):
Yeah, like you're you're near everybody that's listening right now.

Speaker 1 (28:24):
Yes, yes, sir.

Speaker 2 (28:25):
So you guys go and go to the show jelly
Roll six one five dot com. Right, this is back
in a second. We'll do one more. We'll do Uncomfortable
Questions with jelly Roll.

Speaker 1 (28:34):
Next on the Bobby Bones Show.

Speaker 2 (28:37):
Now, you guys check out jelly Roll on tour jelly
Roll six one five dot com, or you can follow
on Instagram and Twitter at jelly roll six one five. Okay,
I have uncomfortable questions from our listeners to you all right, it's.

Speaker 1 (28:49):
Hard to make me uncomfortable, so this will be fun.

Speaker 4 (28:51):
Okay, cool, let's see what happens.

Speaker 2 (28:52):
Then. You know the easy one, who is the most
famous person in Jelly Roll's phone, the Rock's.

Speaker 8 (28:58):
Yeah, I mean he's one of the most famous people
on earth. I don't think I'll ever meet nobody more
famous than DJ.

Speaker 4 (29:03):
That's pretty cool. And you call him DJ.

Speaker 1 (29:04):
So he told me to call him DJ. I was like,
thank you, sir.

Speaker 3 (29:09):
Does Jelly Roll drive an expensive car?

Speaker 1 (29:12):

Speaker 8 (29:12):
No, I don't drive like No, I drive like like
rams and stuff. I mean it's expensive compared like when
I wasn't. Yeah, for sure, i'd drive it really expensive.

Speaker 4 (29:19):
But it's you know, drive like a Bentley or anything.

Speaker 1 (29:21):

Speaker 8 (29:21):
Fat people don't draft sports cars. Man, We're just like
a bigger truck or somebody just need something more.

Speaker 1 (29:25):
Space, you know what I mean.

Speaker 8 (29:26):
Would you imagine me trying to get You'd have to
you'd have to jaws a life of me out of
a Ferrari out there, Boby, I'll be out there with
a sault.

Speaker 1 (29:32):
I'm not even laughing at this.

Speaker 3 (29:34):
I'm not even laughing at this.

Speaker 8 (29:36):
Scoopa se would be out there trying to sell me
out of my car comes I never even thought about that.

Speaker 2 (29:41):
Okay, okay, okay, does Jelly don't have any and don't
mention them by name. But are there specific executives who
told you, hey, you're not gonna make it anyuntry music
because you're not what country music is?

Speaker 8 (29:50):
Oh dude? Percent of the labels in this town.

Speaker 4 (29:53):
So that not uncomfortable?

Speaker 1 (29:54):
Then? Who believed in you?

Speaker 8 (29:56):
Jonathan Lowe? But Joe Jamie and Adrian Michaels from BMG,
Broken bow Wreck bet everything on me. They believed I
wouldn't blow their relationships and I owe my life low
But I love you Joe Jamie, I love you Carson.
I mean that whole staff, the radio teams the best.
I love that label.

Speaker 2 (30:09):
Jelly Roll posted a TikTok i him getting on a
private flight. Does he fly private to every show?

Speaker 8 (30:13):
Not every show, just the shows where it I can't
make it on a bus.

Speaker 3 (30:17):
And finally, what's the most amount of hours Jelly Rollers
stayed awake for?

Speaker 1 (30:21):
Oh, I used to do cocaine? So oh goodness, yes, Bobby.

Speaker 3 (30:27):
I've never even seen it.

Speaker 4 (30:28):
No, I've never seen it either.

Speaker 1 (30:31):
What if I expected that from you?

Speaker 4 (30:33):
But Bobby, I've never even seen it.

Speaker 8 (30:36):
Yeah, I just have trouble believing Bobby's that. I don't
mean no disrespecting say, but you're as we say, as
green as a pool table and twice a square.

Speaker 1 (30:45):
We like that.

Speaker 8 (30:46):
We agree with that right now, And I thought Bobby
was just green. But that hurts my feeling. We should
hang out sometime, not to do drugs, but just like
to drugs, just the culture. You know what I'm saying
that it could be really cool. There's stuff you could
teach me too. I've never seen a diploma, you know,
a doctorate. Do you ever think about it?

Speaker 2 (31:08):
Do you ever think about you know, getting gd My
mom and back got her ged I did.

Speaker 1 (31:11):
I did get it, I got it into get it.
I was proud of myself. That's awesome. It was a
really cool moment for me, man. That is.

Speaker 3 (31:16):
I was so proud of my mom too. She got
pregnant a fifteen.

Speaker 8 (31:18):
So, you know what, let me spill something I've never
said ever. I did two years of community college. When
I first got out of jail, my probation officer said,
you have a choice to do school or work. And
I'd never had a job. I've only done, you know what,
at legal activity. So I was like, I don't even
know how to work, but I felt I was really
proud of my ged. So I went to Volunteer State
Community College and got an associate's degree in sociology. Dude,

that's awesome. Why sociology never said that on an interview.
I just thought that even then, my heart was to
give back. I came out of that jail so focused
on changing my life that I was like, well, let
me learn something about the environment, how I can help
the people around me, and how you know, the idea
that our social circumstances kind of mold who we are,
because I feel like it's kind of nurture of kind
of a little bit of nature and there, you know

what I mean. And I was a I don't know,
I just I was I was drawing of that. I
thought I might be a social worker. I still think
I might be when I grow up. I'm not sure.

Speaker 2 (32:06):
And you kind of are in a different way exactly
you are, hey man, proud of you.

Speaker 4 (32:09):
I'm proud for you.

Speaker 1 (32:10):
Thank you.

Speaker 2 (32:11):
Yeah, I'd love to see it. Do you just people
love you. There's a reason you're magnetic. So it's so
cool to see you come out and just just kill
it and not, you know, live in a box and
teach other people they don't have to live in a box.

Speaker 3 (32:22):
They can be themselves. And I think you're the best
version of that.

Speaker 8 (32:24):
So well, thank you. Let me praise y'all too. This
show has been a friend of mine from the beginning
when this town was still very skeptical on me and
I wasn't even in the forties. Y'all gave me a platform.
You let me come in here and tell my story.
If you haven't seen that, you should go look at it.
That videos I think close to a million views now
if I had to guess, and it was one of
the great it was. It was definitely an undeniable I
know you hate when people praise you, but it was
an undisgratation. Yeah, it was an undeniable catalyst for me.

It was the co sign that I needed in that moment,
and y'all didn't hesitate in a mental lot and I
came in here nervous and now I found out that
y'all are really cool.

Speaker 1 (32:55):
It's just really tense.

Speaker 4 (32:57):
Proud of you, Jelly, Thank you.

Speaker 3 (32:58):
Awesome to see there is Jelly roll everybody love y'all.

Speaker 1 (33:00):
Yeah, it's time for the good news.

Speaker 2 (33:04):

Speaker 6 (33:08):
Seventeen year old Evan Spurrier. He's at home with his
ten year old sister because the dad went off to
run some errands. So he's like, you know what, I
want to cook for the family tonight, and he's cooking.
He's putting a little bit of this on the stove.

Speaker 2 (33:20):
Next thing you know whoa the food catches on fire.
It's spread into the cabinets. It's out of control. He
looks for a fire extinguisher, he can't find it anywhere.
Oh my gosh, the fire the house is going to go.
So he goes upstairs.

Speaker 6 (33:34):
His sister was asleep in her room, wakes her sister up,
takes her out of the house because the house is
going in flames, and then he realizes real quick.

Speaker 1 (33:42):
The dog's still in there.

Speaker 2 (33:43):
He leaves his sister outside, runs back inside, gets the dog,
rescues the dog and his ten year old sister, and
when the dad gets back, of course, he's upset.

Speaker 1 (33:51):
He's like, what's happening to.

Speaker 3 (33:52):
The house fire?

Speaker 2 (33:53):
The house is fully engulfed at that point, Wow, But
he said, but you know what, the dad was happy
anyway because his son saved the whole family. Boy, there's
a point where you have to change your mind and go,
all right, I can't put this out and I'm probably
gonna get in trouble or it's gonna feel like trouble,
and I gotta go save people instead. And that's a
that's that's just give that's just giving in to just

go I can't, I can't.

Speaker 1 (34:17):
I messed up.

Speaker 3 (34:18):
I got to cut my losses and go save people.

Speaker 6 (34:19):
And the idea of like once you're out with your sister,
like I gotta go back and the dog, that's tough.

Speaker 2 (34:25):
I'm looking at it. Yeah, it's not good, but people lived.
So do you have any fire conversations with your kids?

Speaker 6 (34:31):
Yeah, we have a whole fire escape route that's on
the refrigerator. And then all the boys that are sleeping upstairs,
they have these ladders they hang out.

Speaker 4 (34:38):
Of their rooms.

Speaker 3 (34:39):
They always hang out.

Speaker 1 (34:40):
Now that's in their closets.

Speaker 6 (34:41):
So I've already teach I already taught them how to
unbuckle it and put it on the window.

Speaker 2 (34:45):
That's how you can get out. You also know they're
gonna be leaving the house, sneaking out. They want to
get out using those same ladder. I know what it
looks like when it comes apart. A good story. Thanks
for sharing. Talk to your kids about this. If you're listening,
all right, there you go. That's what it's all about.

Speaker 7 (34:58):
That was tell me something good, wake Up, Wake up
in the morn and.

Speaker 4 (35:07):
The turning radio and the doctors. He's on turn.

Speaker 10 (35:13):
Already, lunchbox, mor get through Steve Red and trying to
put you through bog He's running this week's next bit.
The Bobby's on the mix, so you know what this is?

Speaker 1 (35:29):
The Bobby Balls, the mourning Corny.

Speaker 4 (35:36):
What do you call someone with nobody and no nos?

Speaker 3 (35:40):
What do you call somebody with no body and no nos?

Speaker 4 (35:43):
Nobody knows nobody.

Speaker 1 (35:48):
That was the morning corny. What's wrong with people?

Speaker 4 (35:53):
What's wrong with people?

Speaker 2 (35:54):
And these are borderline. I don't know if something's wrong
with them or something wrong with me. So I have
a whole packet of these interesting and if I go
what's wrong with people? And you don't feel like anything
wrong with them, don't say anything bad? Okay, okay, Yeah.
So we talked probably weeks ago about the guy who
spent a bunch of money to get a lifelike dog

costume so we could live in it and be an animal.
And he was just living like the kennel and the
dog he's just a collie. And it was creepy because
it looked ninety percent real. It's creepy because it didn't
look fully real, but a little too real where I
think it was a dog if I just walking down
the street. So now he's upset about the way he's
being treated by other dogs. They won't play with him.

That's funny, okay, because he's a fraud to them, right.

Speaker 1 (36:39):
They're like, you're not real, get out of here.

Speaker 2 (36:41):
So now he's all about hurt and he's like, man,
they're surprised, and they don't treat me as an equal.
He says now that the dogs won't play with them
because they don't think he's one of them. His goal
is to find other people who enjoy dressing up like
dogs to play with it from lad Bible.

Speaker 3 (36:58):
So let's see how you guys feel. What's wrong with people?

Speaker 1 (37:00):
What's wrong with people?

Speaker 3 (37:01):
Okay, good, that's one. See this one.

Speaker 2 (37:07):
I didn't know if this was what's wrong with people
or if I feel bad for her?

Speaker 4 (37:13):
Well, I mean, let's get it straight. I feel bad
for the dog person.

Speaker 1 (37:16):
I don't know.

Speaker 2 (37:17):
I do you guys know what an atomic wedgie is
or a weggie?

Speaker 1 (37:21):

Speaker 2 (37:21):
Yeah, the underwear yeah weggie just right atomics is really
hard and high. So there was a woman, she's in
her early thirties. She's suing Disney World after one of
the water slides gave her a weggie so bad that
she had to be hospitalized.

Speaker 3 (37:35):
Her name is Emma mcguinnis. This is from The Daily Beast.

Speaker 2 (37:38):
She was on a thirtieth birthday trip with her family
and there's a slide called the Humonga Cowabunga.

Speaker 1 (37:43):
That sounds fun.

Speaker 3 (37:44):
That's unboy. I would run right to the Humonga Calwabunga.

Speaker 1 (37:47):

Speaker 2 (37:48):
Near the end of the slide, she went airborne and
hit the pool and the bottom I guess down and
it gave her a wedgie. Apparently that damaged some that
her in you know know, so she needed surgery. Oh,
she wants Disney to be more upfront about the risks
and maybe ban certain bathing suits that would be weggie prone.

Speaker 1 (38:10):
The weggie did all that, damnit?

Speaker 3 (38:11):
What like was She's sick?

Speaker 2 (38:13):
Fifty thousand bucks mental anguished hospital bills here, so.

Speaker 3 (38:19):
Well, this is where I struggled with this.

Speaker 2 (38:25):
There's got to be a bit of personal responsibility for things, right,
And obviously I didn't see her go down the slide.
And you don't have a lot of people having surgery
because of weggies. We don't really even know what she's wearing.
Maybe the only one right that I've heard of that
is this her? Is this her fault? It sucks because
she was her? Is this her fault? There's this Disney's fault.

Speaker 4 (38:46):
Gosh, I don't know.

Speaker 5 (38:47):
I don't think it's Disney's fault that her swimsuit went
up as high as it did.

Speaker 3 (38:51):
Okay, and she's suing, so uh, let's see who.

Speaker 4 (38:56):
Let's see who called response?

Speaker 1 (38:58):
What's wrong with people? What's wrong with people?

Speaker 4 (39:00):
I just want amy or not?

Speaker 2 (39:01):
You don't think so?

Speaker 1 (39:02):

Speaker 10 (39:02):

Speaker 4 (39:03):
I don't know.

Speaker 5 (39:03):
I feel like any more details. I feel bad that
she had to have surgery for me too.

Speaker 3 (39:07):
I feel bad.

Speaker 5 (39:07):
Maybe they just but it's a suing pay for that,
or you can get your medical bills like paid.

Speaker 2 (39:13):
But should they pay the medical bills if it's in
every way they've covered everything?

Speaker 4 (39:17):
I don't know have Can we do some research right now?

Speaker 3 (39:19):
If in I'm doing no research because there's a segment's over.

Speaker 1 (39:21):
I'm done with the story forever.

Speaker 2 (39:23):
I'm assuming there's a g string, right, I'm assuming whatever
it was probably didn't fit right, or she didn't fall,
she didn't slide right or not diney. If it happened
to like thirty people, I would say, it's definitely the
the that's for the reason this Humonga calibuana. I'm watching
the point of view on YouTube, but right now it's awesome. Yeah,
holy crap, you are down in the rocks.

Speaker 1 (39:44):
You take it to the right and then.

Speaker 2 (39:46):
That's where I go calibunga, and then that's it.

Speaker 1 (39:49):
You're done. No way, there's no way. This is on her.

Speaker 4 (39:51):
What's wrong with people?

Speaker 1 (39:52):
What's wrong with people?

Speaker 2 (39:53):

Speaker 4 (39:53):
Come on, Amy, Okay, I'll join in, because by her.

Speaker 5 (39:55):
Logic, she could like go sue the swimsuit company and
be like, you're a swimsuit.

Speaker 4 (40:00):
There we go. Yeah, I feel like that's okay, what's
wrong with you?

Speaker 1 (40:03):
That's wrong people.

Speaker 2 (40:04):
Thirty eight year old woman in Missouri's facing charges after
she got into a fight with her husband and then
drove almost five miles with him, clinging to the hood
of the car.

Speaker 1 (40:11):
Whoa, whoa, whoa whoa.

Speaker 2 (40:13):
Wait, so a Venta park woman's charged with assault after
she allegedly was driving away from an argument and for
traveling several miles with him still in the hood of
the car.

Speaker 3 (40:22):
I got to know how he got there?

Speaker 1 (40:23):
Yeah, yeah, stop? Yeah?

Speaker 3 (40:26):
Or did she see him?

Speaker 2 (40:27):
And so Saint Louis County prosecutors on Friday charge the
twenty eight years excuse me, the thirty eight year old
Stephanie Boyd with first degree domestic assault and resisting arrest
by fleeing.

Speaker 3 (40:37):
They set the bond. There's a news report that came out.

Speaker 2 (40:40):
She allegedly gotten the car to leave and drove off
with him on the hood, So it does sound like
he jumped on the hood cure. But five miles the
investigation showed joy boy drove toward Page Avenue and on
I one seventy, which she traveled for four point six miles.

Speaker 1 (40:55):
With him on with him on the hood.

Speaker 2 (40:58):
During the drive, she passed through a construction zone. An
officer saw the vehicle pass near him, and that's why
can you imagine you're a cop. You're just sitting there
with your gun and all right, seventy eight year eighty one.
I don't feel like chasing him, you know, human on
the hood.

Speaker 1 (41:13):
What the crap?

Speaker 4 (41:14):
You do?

Speaker 1 (41:14):
The double tag?

Speaker 3 (41:15):
What kmov.

Speaker 2 (41:18):
But even after the police got behind her, she wouldn't
pull over for another half mile with him.

Speaker 4 (41:21):
On the hood.

Speaker 2 (41:21):
Yeah. Yeah, So first of all, this is for her,
what's wrong with people?

Speaker 1 (41:26):
What's wrong with people? Second of all, due, why do
you get on the hood of the car?

Speaker 2 (41:28):
Yeah? Well I think here's what I'm thinking. He started
on the on the hood, like stop, and then she
wouldn't stop, and she kept going for five miles.

Speaker 3 (41:35):
You can't get off the off the hood, the hood
of the car.

Speaker 4 (41:37):
Well maybe during the construction zone she had to slow down.
He could have hooked off.

Speaker 1 (41:42):
Maybe. Yeah.

Speaker 2 (41:43):
I give her a full what's wrong with people's people?

Speaker 1 (41:46):
And I give him a what's wrong with people? Let
go manyeah, get off the hood man? All right?

Speaker 4 (41:52):
One more.

Speaker 2 (41:53):
Jerome Mulligan, forty one, has been sentenced for threatening to
kill his neighbors. So he makes these threats and they say, boom,
you're in trouble. But he won't go to jail. He'll
be doing house or rest across from his neighbors.

Speaker 1 (42:07):
Oh no, that makes sense. He's gonna be there the
whole time.

Speaker 4 (42:12):
Yeah, because I'm gonna tell you something.

Speaker 2 (42:14):
A piece of paper or ankle, brailet, It doesn't really
keep you in the house. It just lets him know
if he did get out of the house. After pleading
guilty to retaliation against a witness or victim and a
misdemeanor charge of terroristic threats, he said to spend nine
months on house arrest and five years on probation. Mulligan
and Rupert's family live across the street from each other.

One call and you're dead, he said. In one incident.

Speaker 1 (42:39):
Oh no, So it's just.

Speaker 3 (42:44):
It's not the house arrest part that bothers me.

Speaker 2 (42:46):
Our prisons are overrun, overpopulated to me, people going to
jail for things that probably shouldn't. But it's they're putting
him right at the scene of the crime. It's like,
take him. Here's Stanley. If I'm like Stanley, buddy, you
can't eat any more beef and you're in trouble.

Speaker 4 (43:02):
You'll have no beef. Now, I'm gonna lay this beef
in the bowl.

Speaker 3 (43:04):
Over the side of the room, exactly, but you cannot
have it.

Speaker 1 (43:08):
You're in trouble. You know what, he's gonna do. You
got to eat the beef.

Speaker 5 (43:11):
You turn it into a dog collar where like electric fence,
but you can't.

Speaker 2 (43:16):
That'd be cool, I agree, But human rights or you
have like a prison guard go by the house and
just make sure all the doors are locked.

Speaker 1 (43:23):
Tax money, you know what I mean? I feel like,
so to this guy, I go, what's wrong with people?
What's wrong with people?

Speaker 4 (43:28):
And to the judge who sentenced and then I go,
what's wrong with people?

Speaker 1 (43:31):
What's wrong with people?

Speaker 4 (43:31):
Yeah, it's in mild. What's wrong?

Speaker 1 (43:32):
What are we doing? What are we doing here?

Speaker 2 (43:35):
We had a story on the show where an engaged
man wanted to donate his sperm to his female friend
and his fiance was like.

Speaker 3 (43:44):
No, and so they're fighting about it. We gave our opinion.

Speaker 2 (43:47):
We talked about sperm banks, which I don't have a
lot of knowledge. In lunchbox said that he would go
to his wife.

Speaker 4 (43:52):
What did you do here?

Speaker 7 (43:53):
I just was sitting around and I was like, oh,
by the way, I need to bar your car. I
gotta go to an appointment for and that's what she said,
and then I hit her with it. Had a drive
to the bank's sperm bank.

Speaker 2 (44:06):
Okay, because Lunchbox said if he said this, his wife
would have no problems with it.

Speaker 1 (44:11):
I said, look, I would tell her.

Speaker 7 (44:12):
I got an email saying that I could get up
to two thousand dollars for sperm.

Speaker 1 (44:15):
Like, there's no doubt.

Speaker 3 (44:16):
She'd imagine they paid that much.

Speaker 1 (44:18):
She would be all about it.

Speaker 4 (44:19):
Let's see what's up here we go.

Speaker 11 (44:21):
I got an email saying I can make up to
two thousand dollars by donating sperm.

Speaker 1 (44:27):
What and so?

Speaker 5 (44:29):

Speaker 1 (44:30):
What do you mean?

Speaker 11 (44:31):

Speaker 1 (44:31):

Speaker 2 (44:31):
No, what? We don't need lots of little us running
around like we have our own three and that's it.

Speaker 11 (44:36):
Right, right?

Speaker 1 (44:36):
But I won't have to take care of them. Oh
my god.

Speaker 11 (44:41):
No, No, but it's two thousand bucks, and I can
guarantee that it won't be given in the Nashville area
like it would be out of state.

Speaker 3 (44:51):
We're not doing that.

Speaker 4 (44:52):
That is not right for you, for us.

Speaker 11 (44:56):
What if I give you five hundred to the two thousand.

Speaker 4 (45:01):
No, we're done talking.

Speaker 11 (45:03):
So you'd be totally against it. Yes, do make out
the sperm bank.

Speaker 2 (45:11):
I thought your wife was like down and chill and
she lets you donate sperm.

Speaker 7 (45:14):
And I did too, But I guess she has some
standards that I didn't know about that she's kind of
stuck up.

Speaker 2 (45:19):
Well, I thought he can do whatever he wanted. That's
also what I know. I can wear the pants.

Speaker 1 (45:23):
I do wear the pants. Well, then just go might
not really two thousand.

Speaker 3 (45:27):
Dollars and then you walk out and let her know
that you're doing it.

Speaker 1 (45:29):
Do you understand? Well, guys, this was at night.

Speaker 7 (45:31):
I couldn't just walk out to the sperm bank at
eight o'clock at night. I was saying I needed to
borrow a car the next day because I had an appointment, Like,
I can't just walk Like if it was really.

Speaker 1 (45:41):
True, you can do whatever you want and your lexboxing
do everyone.

Speaker 7 (45:44):
Bro, it was not really two thousand dollars, So it's
not real. Like I for a hundred bucks, I don't
even think it's worth it. What what is it having
a kid for a hundred bucks. I need at least
two thousand. You know what I'm saying, pennies on the sidewalk.
What he talks one hundred dollars cross.

Speaker 2 (46:00):
The street for a penny, I will but traffic. Yeah, well,
your wife wasn't up.

Speaker 1 (46:06):
Up for it. She wasn't down for it. That was
a little weird.

Speaker 3 (46:09):
What if one of your close friends chemists, I'd like
that have your start.

Speaker 1 (46:11):
That's a great question, Like what if I had a
sail away?

Speaker 4 (46:13):
She would allow that.

Speaker 2 (46:16):
So she go back to her and say that Forrest
want was the guy who has Oscar Oscar, and Verizon
said we can keep on playing.

Speaker 1 (46:27):
Oh yeah, before sitting married Oscar.

Speaker 4 (46:30):
Do you think I don't know?

Speaker 1 (46:31):
I was, ay, yeah, I was confused. Wonder what Forest would.

Speaker 4 (46:35):
Be picturing a girl like asking for the worm Forest.

Speaker 2 (46:42):
Yeah, okay, well sorry, buddy, you're not as dominant as
you tell us you are.

Speaker 1 (46:46):
So I am dominant. She said no pretty quick.

Speaker 3 (46:49):
And then you just listen and you guys, you got
and you got a sensitive voice.

Speaker 7 (46:54):
You do understand that there's not really a two thousand dollars,
So it's not like there was a need to be
a fight, Like if I needed to really fight for it,
I could have fought for it.

Speaker 1 (47:01):
It was a hypothetical. She didn't.

Speaker 4 (47:03):
It wasn't presented to her as hypothetical.

Speaker 1 (47:05):
Oh my gosh, you guys, you give up. No, I
give up with arguing with idiots. That's what I've done
with I can't argue with you guys, because you guys
are dumb.

Speaker 3 (47:14):
But it was a hypothetical only in your mind, not
to her.

Speaker 1 (47:16):
I understand that, But what I'm saying.

Speaker 3 (47:18):
You said no and you listened.

Speaker 4 (47:19):

Speaker 3 (47:20):
Then the judge has ruled you lost. Bobby Bone show
Sorry up today.

Speaker 7 (47:27):
This story comes us from Huran, Ohio Police received a
call about two am bank along going off rare rare, rare, rare.
I must be a break in the dry They searched
the whole bank, can't find anybody.

Speaker 1 (47:42):

Speaker 7 (47:43):
Guy must have got away, and as they're about to leave, boom,
he falls through the ceiling.

Speaker 1 (47:48):
I love that man.

Speaker 4 (47:48):
If he heard the crackling.

Speaker 2 (47:52):
And he's going to please, don't please, don't please, don't
just wait slowly it starts to crack because you know,
I just didn't fall out right, it had to boom.

Speaker 3 (48:01):
Hilarious, and the cops have to pull on him immediately.

Speaker 1 (48:04):

Speaker 2 (48:05):
Yeah, so he had to put your guns out and
put him a gun point because if he's falling from
the roof, he's probably going to be desperate to get
out or scared.

Speaker 4 (48:12):
It depends if you hit the ground. When I fell
through my.

Speaker 5 (48:15):
Mom's ceiling, you were robbing a bank, right, But I
was looking for my cheerleading uniform and I stepped up
at her home spot and I fell all the way through.
But then my hips caught me on one of the
boards and I didn't ever hit the ground.

Speaker 1 (48:27):
You could see them.

Speaker 3 (48:28):
Your feet were just dangerous out of the ceiling.

Speaker 1 (48:31):
You know.

Speaker 2 (48:31):
We always told be careful walking in an attic fall through.
And I was like, oh, come on, Amy, did it
and live to tell about it.

Speaker 1 (48:38):
I'm lunchbox.

Speaker 7 (48:39):
That's your bonehead story of the day.

Speaker 2 (48:42):
We are going home. But thank you for listening. You
can catch up on everything. Just search Bobby Bone's show
on demand on iHeartRadio. Search Bobby bonech you on iTunes.
You can listen to the whole thing. Listen to Bobby
cast A shure I do from my house.

Speaker 4 (48:55):
Just search that too.

Speaker 11 (48:56):
All that.

Speaker 4 (48:57):
Thanks for being here.

Speaker 2 (48:58):
We would not be able to pay our mortgages or
eat our meals with that you listening, right, Amy, That's right.

Speaker 4 (49:02):
We appreciate you. Thank you all season. Bong mm hmm
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