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Speaker 1 (00:01):
You are now Angela what I call ye?

Speaker 2 (00:13):
All right, it's way up. I'm Angela Yee and Jasmine
brand is here.

Speaker 3 (00:17):
I'm not just.

Speaker 4 (00:18):
Any brand on my own brand.

Speaker 5 (00:20):
Good morning and morning.

Speaker 2 (00:21):
It is a Wednesday, so that's nice for everybody who's listening.
That means if it's the work week for you, have
the work week is done. I don't know when everybody's
schedule is now. People are all over the place. I
think we always assume people work Monday through Friday, but
a lot of people don't.

Speaker 5 (00:35):
Yeah, some people work from home on Friday.

Speaker 2 (00:37):
All right, Well, we got a lot of things happening.
Being that it's Wednesday. It's also a Wealth Wednesday, and
we have Herman Dulce joining us Aka, the Haitian CEO.
This is a great timing for me because I have
a lot of things going on with my businesses and
he's talking about business credit and that's something that I've

been We're talking about that I actually am in the
midst of doing everything with my business credit card. And
you know, I used to think that I didn't want
to mess up my credit. But he has a lot
of information on business credit and why it doesn't affect
your personal credit and why credit is so important. But
in the meantime, let's get this show started. Let's shine
a light eight hundred two nine two fifty one fifty

I have somebody I want to shine a light on
this morning. It was a great way to start this Wednesday.
But who do you want to spread some love? To
call us up and let us then when we come back,
let's shine a light. Eight hundred two ninety two fifty
one fifty shine.

Speaker 6 (01:30):
I'm gonna shine.

Speaker 1 (01:31):
Turn your lights on, y'all. Light show it spreading love
to those who are doing greatness.

Speaker 6 (01:36):
Shine a light on them, shine a light on. It's
time to shine a light on.

Speaker 2 (01:42):
It's way up with Angela. Yeah, I'm here. Jasmine brand
is here, not just any brand on my own brand.

Speaker 7 (01:48):

Speaker 2 (01:48):
And today we were walking into the building and standing
outside was Jim Kerr. Okay, he is a morning radio personality,
but he has a milestone himself. Yes, he has fifty
years in morning radio here in New York, the number
one market for radio. He's the longest running morning radio
personality in the history of all of New York. That's

a huge deal. Year and he just celebrated that fifty
years of morning radio. And when I tell you, everybody
was on board helping him celebrate. The mayor Eric Adams,
but Howard Stern was on board, John Bon Jovie. It
was like a huge celebration that was going on. We
got a lot of free food.

Speaker 5 (02:27):
I remember, no, I think you guys were talking about it.

Speaker 2 (02:29):
Yeah, thanks to Jim Kurr. We had free food up
here like NonStop. But thank you for that. Billy Joe
celebrated with him. I mean, it's amazing. But what I
love is the fact that I was welcome in this
morning and he was like, I was listening to your
show in the uber. The driver had the show on,
and you sound great. You guys sound amazing. It's positive,
it's uppy all of the things that we wanted to
do for way up with Angela Yee, and so I

appreciate that acknowledgment. I was like, coming from a legend
like Jim Kerr, that was amazing. So we want to
make sure that we acknowledge and celebrate Jim Kerr fifty
years is doing morning radio.

Speaker 5 (03:01):
That's amazing. That really is a legend.

Speaker 2 (03:03):
I did it for eighteen years and I was like,
all right, all right, I'm not I'm not breaking that record,
but thank you so much for that. We celebrate to
Jim Kurt. Now, who do you guys want to spress
some love to Shla Who do you want to shine
a light on?

Speaker 8 (03:16):
I want to sign a light on the bag and
Nicholas Miller, Okay, always des ray fuller because they're my
family and.

Speaker 3 (03:24):
I love them and I'm perfect.

Speaker 8 (03:27):
This is my best friend.

Speaker 2 (03:30):
In the background. Who is that?

Speaker 8 (03:32):
That's me.

Speaker 9 (03:33):
I'll be the background.

Speaker 2 (03:35):
Tell us why they deserve a light shine on them though,
give us some more information.

Speaker 8 (03:39):
They super supportive, They make every day easy for me.

Speaker 3 (03:43):
And Nick is just a cool guy.

Speaker 9 (03:45):
I'm making him at work and now we're cool.

Speaker 2 (03:48):
Wait now hold on, yeah, yeah, now have you met
at work?

Speaker 5 (03:51):
Now you're cool? Now cool?

Speaker 2 (03:52):
So is that like they yeah?

Speaker 10 (03:56):
Okay, is this new work work work?

Speaker 2 (04:00):
Just work? Bay?

Speaker 10 (04:02):

Speaker 2 (04:05):
What goes on outside of work though? Just getting messed? Yeah,
shine a light on everybody in their work, Bay. We
appreciate you for calling.

Speaker 8 (04:17):
Thank you, Thank you guys.

Speaker 2 (04:19):
That was shining light eight hundred fifty just in case
you couldn't get through. And when we come back, we
have your yet and we got to start it off
today with some unfortunate news for NBA Young Boy. We'll
discuss it when we come back. It's way up, just
like the talk like they Angela Jean like they Angela
Jean Man.

Speaker 6 (04:36):
She's spilling it all.

Speaker 2 (04:37):
This is yet, well, it's way up with Angela Yea.
I'm Angela ye Jasmine bron is here.

Speaker 4 (04:45):
I'm not just brand, I'm my own brand.

Speaker 2 (04:47):
Yes, eat time and this is unfortunate news. NBA Young
Boy has been arrested and Utah on several charges. He
actually got arrested yesterday according to these records, they're around
six thirty and he was taken into custody on the
following charges, pattern of unlawful activity, procuring our attempted to
procure drug and prescription identity for forgery, possession of other

controlled substances, and possession of a dangerous weapon by a
restricted person.

Speaker 5 (05:17):
That sounds serious.

Speaker 2 (05:18):
He's a waiting chial for federal gun charges and he
was indicted in March of twenty twenty one after allegedly
being found with two guns during an incident in Batan Ruge.
Sixteen people were arrested on drug and firearm charges while
filming a music video in and abandoned lots. He's been
serving house arrests in Utah and we've all seen that, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah,
And there's surveillance. There is a security firm that's staffed

by military veterans. They did lessen the conditions of his
house arrests in December to allow him access to mental
health treatments, but they denied him more time in the
recording studio because he was saying that record sales have
suffered due to his lockdown. But no bail has been
set for him right now. Man, that's really sad. I
actually spent a lot of time with young boy in

Baton Rouge, and I mean there were a lot of
things he talked about off camera. But I do feel
like this has just been a tough time. I mean,
they had to make Utah separated from everybody, not letting him,
you know, work to the way that he needs to.
Another person that got arrested and he's been on lip
service before, too young and Ace. He was arrested during
a traffic stop and police found seven firearms in the vehicle.

He is in jail after being arrested on Monday. So
he was pulled over around eight thirty pm. In Jacksonville
Beach before being arrested and booked into du Baal County Jail.
Oh my god, seventh come a lot, right, And the
vehicle was a rental, so the driver was also arrested
for driving while his license was invalid. And they set

up the seven firearms. They said that he had a
constructed possession of three handguns, including one semi automatic gun
that was loaded with armor piercing ammunition. Oh my goodness, guys.
All right, and Ryan Garcia is now claiming that he
identifies as a woman and a post that he did.

And this is all ahead of this fight that's going
to be happening on Saturday at the Barclays. And so
he said, Devon touched me without my consent. I'm suing
him for putting his hands on me. And I identify
as a woman. So he touched me as a grown
man and hit a grown woman. And I'm LGBTQ plus,
so now it's a hate crime. But wait a minute, okay,

And they also got into a pushing match. Well I
wouldn't call it a pushing match. Devin Haney did end
up pushing Ryan Garcia right now. Devin Haney has said
that Ryan Garcia has said some unforgivable things to him,
and we did interview Devin Haney that aired yesterday. He
said they will never be friends. They are not cool.
They've known each other since they were like ten. Here's
what else Devin Haney had to say about Ryan Garcia.

Speaker 11 (07:50):
Been rival since we were young kids. But you know,
with this whole build up and just the way that
he just been going about his approach after the fight,
we don't got to talk.

Speaker 6 (07:57):
It's over.

Speaker 11 (07:58):
With his whole approach everything was, It's been totally wrong.
You know, some unwritten rules that you just, you know,
not to do. I'm not gonna speak on the ones
that he did. He said endless things to where it's
just it's deeper than a fight.

Speaker 2 (08:12):
Ryan Garcia also tweeted out, bro I thought he was
going for a kiss. No cap did he got him good?
Devin whispered in my ear, saying, come do me like
Diddy daddy. Pretty weird.

Speaker 5 (08:22):

Speaker 2 (08:23):
He tweeted this out Angela. Yeah, this is like watching
a reality show and this is the two of them
on the top of the Empire State Building. This Devin
Haney ended up shoving Ryan Garcia. I don't know what
he said to him.

Speaker 5 (08:34):
He must have said something wild I think, yeah, I
mean wilder than this stuff.

Speaker 2 (08:38):
Here's what that sounded like. Oh it happened, okay, all right,
Well anyway, that was oh the Mets game. Yeah, and
they were supposed to go through the first pitch out
at the Mets game and that didn't happen. Security didn't
feel comfortable after what happened at the Empire State Building
with that pushing match. But when we come back, we
have about last night. That was your et, and we'll
talk about what we did last night. There is a

lot going on, and so we'll discuss I had you
still watching Baby Reindeer. You got to finish that yesterday,
and then we had to watch Unlocked. It's way up.

Speaker 1 (09:09):
So about last night I went down.

Speaker 2 (09:16):
All right, it's way up on Angela. Ye, Jasmine brand
is here. Yes, So what we did last night, First
we finished Baby Reindeer.

Speaker 5 (09:23):
Yes, I had to catch up with you, and then
we finished.

Speaker 2 (09:25):
What'd you think of It? It's a true story.

Speaker 5 (09:27):
I liked it, but I didn't like the ending. I'm
gonna keep it a book.

Speaker 2 (09:30):
Okay, all right? On Netflix it's eight episodes, I believe. Yeah,
all right. The other thing that we started watching was Unlocked,
a jail experiment. Those are the like number one and
two titles on Netflix right now.

Speaker 5 (09:42):
It's fascinating.

Speaker 2 (09:42):
I actually watched a lot of Unlocked already, but I
was like in and out of the room. So the
whole idea was an experiment where they would allow the
inmates to be able to walk around so unlocked, so
they wouldn't be locked in, but if they mess up,
then they would end the experiment. And this was in Arkansas. Yeah,
this was in Arkansas. It was over six weeks, eight episodes.

Forty six inmates are documented with that authority to walk
around in Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility in Little Rock, Arkansas.
And so what the idea behind this experiment was is
to see what would happen when these unit cells were
unlocked for six weeks. And they felt like this could
perhaps make the facility safer and to be able to

make them accountable but empower them at the same time.
What did you think so far while you were watching this.

Speaker 5 (10:32):
Well, I watched a few episodes and it's very fascinating
how different groups who runs the group and who you know,
like the different roles, and it seemed like it was
like the older generation versus the younger generation. This is like,
you know, it was kind of like politics in there.
It's like it was interesting and it was interesting. I
was fascinated by people doing drugs.

Speaker 2 (10:51):
In jail, right, And then it was a lot of
the old heads versus the young heads too.

Speaker 5 (10:56):
Yeah that's yea yea yeah.

Speaker 2 (10:57):
So that was a lot of like the theme of
what was going on. But it actually reminds me of
this book that I had to read when I was younger.
It's called Discipline and Punish by Michelle Fucuot, and it's
about have you heard there's a word of pinopticism.

Speaker 5 (11:11):
No, what does that mean?

Speaker 2 (11:12):
It means that you never know when you're being watched,
so you kind of do what you're supposed to do
because maybe you'll get in trouble or maybe you won't.
It's kind of how we govern ourselves in everyday life,
Like why do you brush your teeth every day because
you're told that you're supposed to do it?

Speaker 5 (11:27):
My mom told me too.

Speaker 2 (11:28):
Yeah, so you know that's what they talk about. But anyway,
interesting experiments to watch. We're going to finish that up.
That was about last night. And when we come back,
it's time for tell us a secret. You know, we
didn't have that on Monday because we were too busy
talking about beef between rappers. Yeah, and it's still going
on and we're going to talk about that some more.
But we want you guys to tell us a secret.

Y'all have these secrets that have been overflowing in your
brains and in your hearts all week long, and it's
now Wednesday, hump Day. We want to hear your secrets.
Eight hundred two nine two fifty number, call us up,
tell us a secret again. That's eight hundred two ninety
two fifty one fifty is way up.

Speaker 6 (12:05):
This is a judgment for his own tell us a secret, all.

Speaker 2 (12:09):
Right, it's way up with Angela Yee. I'm Angela ye.
Jasmine brand is here. Yes, we tell each other's secrets
all the time and no judgment we do. And that's
why we want you all to join the circle of trust.
Will you call us up? You tell us a secret?
Eight hundred two nine two fifty one fifty. We don't
judge you, Nope, And it stays between us, yes, and
the millions of people who will see it after this?

Speaker 5 (12:28):
All right?

Speaker 2 (12:28):
Eight hundred two ninet two fifty one fifty anonymous caller,
what's your secret?

Speaker 9 (12:33):
Okay? My secret is I am pregnant to my husband
and he is in a federal prison.

Speaker 2 (12:40):
Oh okay, so wait, how long has he been in
federal prison?

Speaker 3 (12:44):

Speaker 9 (12:44):
Seven years?

Speaker 2 (12:45):
Okay? So you've been having your conjugal visits our own?

Speaker 5 (12:49):
Yes, so you guys have been sneaking.

Speaker 10 (12:51):
We've been sneaking.

Speaker 2 (12:52):
Wait, although you get conjugal visits when you're married.

Speaker 9 (12:55):
Only on a certain states, certain jail.

Speaker 2 (12:58):
Okay, so how do you sneak in have sex? Are
people there like monitoring?

Speaker 9 (13:04):
I feel like if I get to in detailed, I
might I'm like, okay, start getting investigated.

Speaker 2 (13:09):
Okay, akay, okay, we're not trying to get that. Well, congratulations, Yeah,
are you excited?

Speaker 10 (13:14):

Speaker 8 (13:14):
I am.

Speaker 9 (13:16):
When at home, it'll be home in about eighteen months.

Speaker 5 (13:21):
How far along are you?

Speaker 9 (13:23):
I am seven?

Speaker 5 (13:24):
Seven? Oh that's really early.

Speaker 9 (13:25):

Speaker 2 (13:26):
Well, congratulations on that. I'm glad y'all was able to
make that happen secretly.

Speaker 5 (13:31):
Yes, how are you speaking? I'm trying to think visually.
How do you'll get good?

Speaker 2 (13:36):

Speaker 9 (13:36):
But hey, absolutely unlocked.

Speaker 2 (13:41):
All right. Wait, you don't work there, do you?

Speaker 12 (13:43):

Speaker 9 (13:44):
I don't work there.

Speaker 2 (13:45):
To make sure.

Speaker 4 (13:47):
All right?

Speaker 2 (13:49):
And sharing with us? I want hey, naimis color? How
are you you want to tell us a secret?

Speaker 3 (13:57):
I mean it's been a long it's been a long
on your seek foot hmm okay, So I'm trying to
get some help on. So I'm in the two relationships.
It's two different girls, and I've been with them for
like ten nine years. I don't know how to get
out of it.

Speaker 5 (14:12):
So you want to get out of both? Or you
want to get out of one of them?

Speaker 3 (14:14):
I need to get out of both?

Speaker 2 (14:16):
Why both?

Speaker 3 (14:17):
It's time to cut it off now it's been a
long time.

Speaker 2 (14:20):
Do you have somebody else? Or you want to be alone? Yeah?

Speaker 3 (14:23):
You kind of want to be alone?

Speaker 2 (14:24):
Okay, I'm not mad at that.

Speaker 5 (14:26):
And they've never caught you for nine or ten years.

Speaker 3 (14:28):
I mean one of them know about it. One of
them know about you know, but the one girl don't?

Speaker 5 (14:33):
Do you like one of them better?

Speaker 3 (14:34):
I like both?

Speaker 2 (14:35):
How are you going to do it?

Speaker 3 (14:37):
I don't know. I figured you give me some.

Speaker 2 (14:39):
Help, all right, So I'll be a girl number one,
Jesson your number girl number two?

Speaker 5 (14:44):
All right, go ahead, guys.

Speaker 2 (14:45):
Says, how you're gonna do that? Hey, I missed you
today like that? Okay, just start out playing alone.

Speaker 5 (14:54):
Listen, you gotta start telling girl number one you got
to just break up with her really fast.

Speaker 2 (14:57):
Hey, you're acting so funny? Is everything? Okay?

Speaker 3 (15:00):

Speaker 2 (15:00):
I think they Okay, what's the matter.

Speaker 3 (15:03):
I'll think things working out with me and you?

Speaker 5 (15:06):
No, okay, so be prepared for that reaction. Okay, why
what did I do?

Speaker 2 (15:12):
Did I do something wrong?

Speaker 5 (15:14):

Speaker 12 (15:14):
You did?

Speaker 3 (15:15):
And I think it's me.

Speaker 2 (15:16):
Oh my god, typical guide talks. It's not you, it's me.
Is there someone else?

Speaker 10 (15:22):

Speaker 3 (15:22):
I just I just like, maybe you deserve somebody else better.

Speaker 2 (15:26):
I don't buy this, but whatever, never call me again,
lose my number back? Okay? All right, See it wasn't too.

Speaker 4 (15:33):
Bad to bay.

Speaker 5 (15:34):
I just repeat that with the second girl. You'll be good.

Speaker 2 (15:36):
All right. Well, that was acting at its finest. I
thank you guys for calling us up for tell us
a secret eight hundred two nine fifty in case you
couldn't get through. We'll still take your messages and we
have your yet when we come back. All right, we
might be over this. Drake versus Rick Russ.

Speaker 5 (15:51):
Yes we might be.

Speaker 2 (15:52):
We'll tell you what happened yesterday. It's way up this
in the rooms.

Speaker 1 (15:57):
From industry shade to all the guys out. Angela's spelling that.

Speaker 2 (16:03):
It's way up. I'm Angela, Ye, jazzmine brand is here.

Speaker 4 (16:06):
I'm not just any brand on my own brand.

Speaker 2 (16:09):
Yes, all right now, Channing Crowder has some issues with
Drake as we're about to get into all of the
beef that's been going on. And he was actually at
an even he was at the concert and it was
the It's all a blur big as the We tour.
He was there with his wife. They had a suite
and apparently Drake managed to pick out his wife in
the crowd and point at her. And here is what

Channing Crowder had to say about this whole incident that happened.

Speaker 13 (16:36):
And he was flying around in some little cage looking
weird with some weird clothes on, and he pointed to
the box I was in, pointed straight at my wife
and said, lady in the green she fine as hell,
And I don't.

Speaker 6 (16:48):
Play that hard my lady.

Speaker 13 (16:49):
After fifteen years, Hey, Drake, you better get you better
get out their cage and come on over here, we got.

Speaker 6 (16:54):
To talk about this.

Speaker 5 (16:56):
I saw the videos.

Speaker 2 (16:57):
She's pretty, yeah, and he said, hey, Future and Metro,
I see, while y'all still on trusting, this man was
shooting at my baby from the air let me in
the booth.

Speaker 5 (17:05):
That's funny.

Speaker 2 (17:05):
Serious, I mean, Drake maybe didn't realize that they would.

Speaker 3 (17:09):

Speaker 2 (17:10):
Yeah, she is pretty though, but Drake is known for that.
He was just some people are saying that's what some
of the issues are about. Right now now, Drake posted
some of his exchanges with Rick Ross and these are dms,
by the way, so he DMD. I mean this is
a lot, but basically he was saying, your Star Island

house on a sliver of cheesecake, and you put a
rap on your timeshare jet. I don't even listen. This
is like too rich for me conversation about my private
jet or about my mansion sliver. I'm like, I'm just
excited to be here. But he said, imagine you having
eighty eight million to spend on a crib your it

should be like steals. You got him from a police auction,
Your Star Island house on a sliver of cheesecake. You're
a lot forty thousand square feet My crib forty thousand
square feet, Leonard, and you put a rap on your timeshair.
You Brett Barish worker. That's a guy who is the
owner and founder of the bel Air champagne, among other brands.
He said, how many cases you got to move before

you get a check? Finally, this probably took a lifetime
to see some real bread. Your Brett's son. Now you're
not Rose anymore?

Speaker 5 (18:22):
Oh my goodness. This is really two rich people are And.

Speaker 2 (18:25):
Then you tell Rick Ross you're sandwiched in which is
on brand? Because the vacant land not yours. This is
the Miami starter pack. You living in a content creator crib? A.

Speaker 5 (18:34):
No, that was funny.

Speaker 3 (18:35):
It is.

Speaker 2 (18:35):
But I'm like, I'll take it.

Speaker 8 (18:37):
Oh, I'm not mad.

Speaker 2 (18:38):
Of course they're like rich rich people. Argument. I know,
all right, because here is what Rick Ross had to
say back to Drake, because he said that Drake even
has a ghostwriter for his instagrams.

Speaker 12 (18:50):
I know why Drake don't do what I do when
I talk and he don't talk. He'll take a picture
and post because he got ghostwriters for his captions. Drizzy,
just pick your phone up and talk.

Speaker 2 (19:02):
To the people, all right. In addition to that, Okay,
he says that Rick Ross says that Birdman has been struggling,
and why isn't Drake helping him out?

Speaker 12 (19:13):
White boy, white boy? Bb on Drizzy, I got a question.
I saw you posted you got more money than Ricky Rose.
And let's assume you did well. Your best friend, Birdman,
his house went in a foreclosure five years ago. You
don't watch that man struggle them five years and it
ain't get that man to mention.

Speaker 2 (19:30):
M Okay, well, I mean this is all out of
my league financially, but what is what is Rick Ross network?

Speaker 5 (19:37):
So I did a deep dive. Rick Ross is allegedly
worth forty five million, Okay, I'm not bad, okay, And
Drake is allegedly worth two hundred and fifty million.

Speaker 2 (19:45):
Okay. You know this is the internet, so right, forty
five million million? Who's counting?

Speaker 3 (19:51):

Speaker 2 (19:51):
How many millions are we worth? Okay? Well, I know,
all right, Well you guys, you know it's kind of
out of touch for me. But that's it. That's the beef,
all right. That is your that is your yet and
when we come back, we have under the radar. These
are the stories that are not necessarily in the headlines.
This is more of my vibe. Right here, Red Lobster

is talking.

Speaker 5 (20:12):
About them filing for bits.

Speaker 2 (20:15):
This is a Chetta Bay biscuits. Okay, no more. I
think you can get them in the supermarket.

Speaker 5 (20:20):

Speaker 2 (20:20):
See, this is our level of conversation. In the meantime,
let's hear some ilet and Miguel some Lotus flower bomb.
It's way out.

Speaker 1 (20:26):
Listen to news that relates to you. These stories are
flying under the radar.

Speaker 2 (20:31):
It's way up by Mandela Ye Jasmine brand is here. Yes,
and this has been going on for some time now,
but Red Lobster has been struggling due to expensive labor
and leases on restaurants. The other thing that they did
is they're saying that they lost eleven million dollars for
their endless shrimp promotion.

Speaker 5 (20:49):
I'll see that.

Speaker 2 (20:50):
Yeah, everybody will take advantage of an endless shrimp promotion.
So now they're talking about a bankruptcy and some people
are having some jokes about. Okay, but you know those
Cheta Baby biscuits, that is definitely I don't even eat seafood,
but I will go there for that.

Speaker 5 (21:06):
I bought the biscuit mix from the grocery store. I
haven't made them yet, but I'm going to see how
close they taste to the restaurant red lobster.

Speaker 2 (21:13):
And you know, since we're talking fast food, Wendy's, Wendy's
that was in Michigan. This Wendy's actually is now being
sued a twenty million dollar law suits. An eleven year
old girl says that the conditions that Wendy severely caused
an infection with an E. Coli related disease. All right,
Aspen Lamford stopped at this Wendy's and ordered a hamburger, chicken,

nuggets and fries after softball practice, and their daughter ended
up in the hospital three days later fighting for her
life with diarrhea abdomino crams blood in her stool and
that is off from that infection. And then they said
she had significant brain swelling, she had seizures, oh yes,
well in the hospital and left sided paralysis. Can you imagine.

Speaker 5 (21:59):
If we have had nuggets and fries from Wendy's.

Speaker 2 (22:02):
Right, well, this particular one. Yeah, And that's really tough.
It's the quality control of one place could be amazing,
and then you go someplace where things aren't being kept
up to code and up to part and little girl,
they cannot be sanitary. Yeah, all right, So they said
it was a disgusting place and there were some immediate
health risks. One inspector said that this Wendy's was dirty
at an excessive end of the spectrum. They found mold

and mildew throughout the restaurant and food prepping stations, leaking
water throughout the building, some flowing over electrical areas, filthy
cutting boards and food slicing stations, moldy and spoiled food
that had not been thrown out and was decaying, and
the fridge overnight. Just terrible conditions. All right. Well that
is you're under the radar, and when we come back,

we got the way it mixed for you. Plus we
got our wealth Wednesday with the Haitian CEO, Herman Dulce.
He'll be talking to you about business credits and how
you can do that to help fund your business. It's
way up, yo, above this.

Speaker 6 (23:00):
Let's get it angelus feeling that yee tea, Come and
get the tea.

Speaker 2 (23:05):
It's way up. That's what we should have been having
tea just now. Jasmine brand is.

Speaker 4 (23:08):
Here brand on my own brand.

Speaker 2 (23:11):
This place at I Heart is set up for failure.
I know, I'm supposed to be like, okay, watching my diet.
We gotta go to Saint Thomas Carnival, yes, and I
was like, we're not gonna eat and then here we
are eating eating harm and then there's Jasmine's Caribbean downstairs.
And yesterday we had Mario Carbone just catered food for us.
I mean, yeah, it's ridiculous.

Speaker 5 (23:29):
But even walking a little bit, it's good food.

Speaker 2 (23:32):
Though we had to say less yesterday here. Yeah, all right,
now let's get into some yee tea. So g Depp
is now out of jail. We talked about this before
and he said that he still wants to work with
Diddy and did he didn't visit him while he was
in prison, but he's hoping that they can reconnect. He
did his first interview with the Art of Dialogue and

here's what he had to say.

Speaker 14 (23:55):
And I'm like, when when did that happen? We were
in the studio like for months on with each other,
like you know what I'm saying, So you know, I don't.
I don't know where this is coming from. People should
you know, get people? You know the benefit of the doubt.
If somebody just saying that you did something. You know,
people could say anything. Got a lot of songs, brou
I'm looking for you, you know, so we could get,

you know, some type of musical situation going.

Speaker 2 (24:18):
If you recalled. G Depp spent over a decade in prison.
This is for a fatal shooting that happened in nineteen
ninety three and then he ended up turning himself in
and that's when he found out the man died, right, Yeah,
so that's why he ended up going to jail. He
confessed that murder and got fifteen years to life in
prison and that got clemency after thirteen years by the governor.

Speaker 5 (24:35):
It feels like he just wants to do music with Diddy.

Speaker 2 (24:38):
Yeah. Everybody's like, it's someone gonna tell me right all right?
Ky leray Uh. You know, Adrian Brouner was trying to
shoot his shot on live and so she on Live
just him. He had written, I'm on your body be
at my next fight in Miami, May thirty first, at
the hard Rock on me and here's what you had
to say after this, try to bag me on an
Instagram live. It's crazy, like, get the on I I'm

not interested, that's corny.

Speaker 5 (25:05):
I'm going I'm.

Speaker 6 (25:05):
Gonna go yeah.

Speaker 2 (25:07):
Yeah, so she was turned off. Yeah, she did not
appreciate that. That is a little bit what I'm gonna do.
Get on live. You know what, if you liked him,
it would have been cute.

Speaker 5 (25:15):
Yeah it works, it, Yeah, it works.

Speaker 2 (25:16):
Anything is cute when you like somebody, Yes, but when
you like the answers are hard. No, yeah, you're like
that's corny, all right. Tony Braxton recently talked about finding
out that she had lupus. It took a while for
her to get diagnosed, and we all know how important
it is to make sure when your health isn't right
and when you know something is wrong, to get the
proper diagnosis. Here's what you have to say about finding

out after multiple visits to the doctor. She recently said this.

Speaker 15 (25:44):
I met doctor Wallace in two thousand and seven after
years of trying to figure out what was wrong with me.
Lucas can be very challenging and difficult to diagnose because
everything has to line up, and no one could diagnose
me except for this man right here.

Speaker 2 (25:56):
How many doctors did you say?

Speaker 6 (25:58):
At least six?

Speaker 2 (25:59):
How many years later? Yes, almost ten years, ten years
to get a diagnosis for lupus.

Speaker 12 (26:04):

Speaker 2 (26:05):
Yeah, can you imagine that that had to be so
frustrating and think about how many people go through something
like this and may not even know.

Speaker 5 (26:12):
Or don't have the resources to go see six more
than one doctor, you know.

Speaker 2 (26:15):
Yeah, And according to Tony Braxton, she said she was
told to hide that she had lupus, you know, just
because of her position as an entertainer. Yeah, she said,
And this was on the SHEMD podcast. She said management
told her that, she said, nobody gets insured and I
couldn't get insured, and she said people get scared around
six celebrities. So imagine having this and not being able

to even talk about it.

Speaker 15 (26:38):

Speaker 2 (26:38):
And speaking of podcast, Memphis Bleak has entered the podcast game.
He has a new podcast called rock as an roc Solid.
By the way, so just letting y'all know that I'm here,
built that this is happening, and it's part of the
Drink Champs network. So he's going to be doing that
coming soon. And there's a trailer out in case you
guys are interested.

Speaker 6 (26:57):
Will you have Dave Dash or him? Hell yeah, Death
of a Dynasty? I hated it.

Speaker 2 (27:03):
You think it'll ever be a Rockefeller reunion?

Speaker 9 (27:05):

Speaker 12 (27:06):
No, it's possible.

Speaker 2 (27:07):
No, absolutely, This is an episode of rock Solid.

Speaker 6 (27:09):
You make sure you stay tuned. It small to cut.

Speaker 5 (27:12):
All right, all right, that'd be an interesting conversation.

Speaker 2 (27:14):
Well that is your yee t And when we come back,
we have asked Ye eight hundred two ninety two fifty
one fifty. You know, if you have any questions where
to help you out? We cannot help you with your
dietary neees, because we can't even help ourselves as.

Speaker 1 (27:26):
A way up, whether it's relationship or career advice. Angela's
dropping facts.

Speaker 6 (27:30):
You should know.

Speaker 2 (27:31):
This is ask ye what's up? Its way up at Angela? Gee,
I'm Angela yee Jasmine brand is here. Yes, let's help
some people. Okay, all right, it's time for ask Ye
eight hundred two ninet two fifty one fifty and today's
carlor is anonymous. What's that girl?

Speaker 10 (27:44):

Speaker 4 (27:44):

Speaker 2 (27:45):
What is your question today? For asking you?

Speaker 8 (27:47):
I'm doing what one for almost two years and just
not two of them, and I don't know what you're saying,
like they're a good person, but it's just not working.

Speaker 2 (27:56):
It's not your person. Yeah, all right, So two years
when did you start feeling like this?

Speaker 8 (28:00):
Well, there wasn't at first, and then I tried to,
like grow home.

Speaker 2 (28:05):
What made you even decide you wanted to try if
you wasn't really feeling it.

Speaker 5 (28:09):
Because I'm used to, oh, used to a thug? Is
he like a nerd or something?

Speaker 8 (28:15):

Speaker 2 (28:16):
You want a good guy?

Speaker 5 (28:16):
You want to try something different?

Speaker 2 (28:18):
Yeah, okay, that happens. So just maybe is it like
a you're not physically attracted to him or a personality
like what is it exactly? Tell me the things you
like about him and then the things you don't like.

Speaker 8 (28:29):
I like everything about him.

Speaker 3 (28:31):
I think it's just me.

Speaker 2 (28:33):
Have you been cheating?

Speaker 12 (28:35):

Speaker 2 (28:35):
No, okay, that's good. But you're so you're thinking that
it's you said. Maybe you guys will break up and
then you'll regret it.

Speaker 8 (28:44):

Speaker 2 (28:45):
Okay, well, it sounds like you know what you need
to do a trigger. Listen, you're gonna lose him anyway.
You're not even happy in the relationship. If you're not happy,
there's no way he's gonna end up being happy. And
you can't force yourself to like somebody who you don't like.
I've tried it before. It does not work. It can
work temporarily. You could try to convince yourself I should

be with this person for these reasons. But if your
heart's not in it, it's not in it.

Speaker 5 (29:10):
And also you would if it was the other way around.
If someone really wasn't into you, you will want them
to let you go. Yeah, yeah, yeah, but it's not
easy thing to do.

Speaker 8 (29:18):
For sure, go because he really liked me.

Speaker 2 (29:22):
Well, you don't really like somebody else. You're not the
first girl that somebody set them free. If you want
him to be happy in his life and you know
you're not the one, let him be able to do
that if you care.

Speaker 5 (29:33):
At all, that's the kind thing to do. Yeah, it's
not easy.

Speaker 2 (29:37):
Have mercy on him, Angelou good and you deserve happiness
to you both do Yeah, yeah, thank you, all right,
thank you for colling. Look all right, but that was
asking ye eight hundred two nine two fifty one to
fifty in case you couldn't get through jassmon, you ever
try to force yourself to like some hundred percent. Okay,

we all do it. Yeah, you guys do it too
in front like it's just women. And when we come back,
we have the Haitian Ceo aka Herman Dulce joining us
and we're going to be talking about business credit and
why you need it if you're an entrepreneur. It's way up.

Speaker 16 (30:11):
I had a dream of wealthy and I don't mind
sharing my wealth dog getting you straight financially, mentally and physically.

Speaker 6 (30:18):
This is Wealth Wednesday on Way Up with Angela Yee.

Speaker 2 (30:21):
What's up? Is way up with Angela Yee. I'm Angela
Yee and my Wealth Wednesday partner, Stacy Tisdale is here.

Speaker 7 (30:26):
Happy Wealth Wednesdays everybody, and we are taking you way
up because we have Herman Dulce. Yes, he goes by
the Haitian CEO. He's an incredible entrepreneur who has taught
entrepreneurs how to get money for their business.

Speaker 17 (30:39):
And that's that's the only.

Speaker 2 (30:41):
Reason we have you here we are. It's something I
just had we deal with too, because a lot of
times your bootstrapping your business out of your own pocket,
you know, even figuring out how to mention you get
credit cards, making sure that you can pay your bills
on time. Sometimes you don't have the cash on hand
right to be able to handle things. So I know
for you, you helped a lot of your friends when
you first got started.

Speaker 16 (31:01):
Yeah, when I first got into game. One of my
tag lines is success has receipts. So before I went
out and went on social media, I had to have
proof of concept. So I went to my friends and
family first and I was like, hey, you got good credit,
let me help you get these credit cards in your
business name.

Speaker 5 (31:14):
They was like in my business name.

Speaker 16 (31:16):
I was like, yeah, well, let me start an LLC
up for you first, and then I helped them get
a proof because they had pretty good credit profiles. And
then I was able to share that on social media,
the proof of concept, show those receipts, and then I
was trusted to be an expert in the space. And
that was seven years ago and it's been an interesting ride.

Speaker 2 (31:34):
It's a wealth Wednesday. My partner, Stacy Tisdale is here
with me, and so is the founder and CEO of
Belloslan Enterprises in Belloslone Academy, Herman Dulce.

Speaker 17 (31:43):
That's what Herman does. He helps people leverage their credit too.

Speaker 2 (31:46):
And you have to have good money, you have to
have good personal credit.

Speaker 17 (31:50):
Yeah, talking about that.

Speaker 2 (31:51):
Look, that's why credit is so important, right, correct, Right, So.

Speaker 16 (31:54):
When people come to me and it's like, hey, I
want to get money in my business name right. Because
business credit cards those business ow or lines of credit.
Of course, you know, they don't show up on your
personal side. So you can max out the cards for
your business deals and you're in the ballgame. But in
order to do that, the banks are going to look
at your personal credit first. Because the banks they know
Herman Dulci, right, they don't know my business Bellastone Enterprises.

So I have to vouch for my business. So I'm like, nah,
he's good. They're going to like, all right, you vouched
you for this person. You're volnue for this business. Absolutely,
so they look at my credit. There's like if you're
good with your credit, and you're definitely going to be
good with your business's credit and you get way more
money on the business side. So this is why it's
my passion when people are starting up their businesses go
this way first to get the capital rsess and sometimes.

Speaker 2 (32:37):
If you can't take that a loan right away, because
sometimes you need to have like a certain amount of
history correct right to have say your business operating for
two years, or you have to have made a certain
amount of money. But being able to get a credit
card is kind of like also being able to get
a loan, but it's a you know, you can use
your personal credit against that, which is a valuable thing
because there is nothing more stressful than when you're a

business owner and you owe money to a lot of people.
And maybe sometimes it's bringing in goods that you can't
get because you haven't paid on these yet, but you
don't have the money to pay because you're waiting for
this person to pay you. There's a lot that goes
into running a business and money coming in and going
out in a timely fashion.

Speaker 6 (33:13):
Right right.

Speaker 16 (33:14):
My best example that I say with is having different
type of business partners. I call my business credit cards
my business partners. The first business partner anyone should have
is their job. Okay, so before you go barring other
people's money and messing up the bag, have proof of
concept first. So my guy Storm Leroy, he was one
of my mentors.

Speaker 2 (33:34):
That's my guy.

Speaker 16 (33:35):
And when he said it, I was like, Yo, he's
absolutely right. So the savings that I got after I
paid my bills for my job, that's the money I
invested into my business first and it worked. Now I'm
able to put gasoline on a proof of concept and
that's when I go to my second business partners which
our American Express Chase etc. And then when your business
blows up, you go to venture capitalists and you ask
them for money too.

Speaker 2 (33:55):
Levels to the games like that. The game Harman do
Say is here. You also know him as the Haitian CEO,
and we have more with him when we come back.
It's way up. I had a dream of wealthy and
I don't mind sharing.

Speaker 1 (34:06):
My wealth dog getting you straight financially, mentally and physically.
This is Wealth Wednesday on Way Up with Angela Yee.

Speaker 2 (34:13):
What's up as Way up with Angela Yee. I'm Angela Yee.
It is a Wealth Wednesday and we are talking to
Herman Dulce aka the Haitian CEO. He is the founder
and CEO of Belloslan Enterprises in Bellislone Academy and he
has great information on this Wealth Wednesday. I'm here with
my Wealth Wednesday partner Stacey Tisdale. Now can you talk
about how you even got into starting your own business

with Bellaslan Academy. And I know you had a regular
day job, yes, okay, and then you saw I.

Speaker 16 (34:42):
Was a social worker, yes, and I ended up going
to Italy for my baby moon with my wife Jane, right,
baby moon is a tripy take before your first kid comes,
because I knew your life is never going to be
the same after that. So had a blast, had a
great time. We were there for like nine ten days.
Came back, I had no more vacation time and I
was telling my brother was the best trip I've ever had.
It was amazing. But now when Bella came, I couldn't

spend any time with her because I had to go
to work. And he said, you know the old jay
Z line, Unless you own your own you'll never be free.
And I was like, what am I going to sell?
What am I going to do? He's like that credit
thing that you do, like you used to start charging
people for that, and he was like, they're going to
pay somebody, they might as well pay you. So that
was the birth of Bellisone Enterprises, where we started helping
people with their credit, helping them get funding. But the

Bellosone Academy came into fruition when I realized there's a
lot of adults that do not know or have access
to this education at all. So we started a mentorship
program where we started teaching people. We have amazing coaches
Shout out to regime, Shout out to coach Mike who
teached this to adults, this wonderful information about credit leveraging,
it starting businesses, investing, and now we're taking it to

the next level where we're going to be teaching youth, children,
college people because it starts at a younger age.

Speaker 2 (35:54):
It's a wealth Wednesday. My partner Stacy Tisdale is here
with me, and so is the founder and CEO Bellasloan
Enterprises in Bellislone Academy. Herman, don't say, you know that's valuable,
because I feel like it's worth it. If it's gonna
save me money and make me money, ye, I'll pay
for it.

Speaker 17 (36:09):
And they're not even expensive.

Speaker 7 (36:10):
I can't believe how inexpensive, right Ellislanellusone Academy Dot.

Speaker 17 (36:17):
And yeah, thank you so much, tell Uslan Academy Dot.

Speaker 16 (36:20):
I appreciate that. It's fifty dollars a month. And we
meet every single Wednesday night for two to three hours and.

Speaker 2 (36:25):
We teach, Right, what do you teach people?

Speaker 16 (36:28):
So we teach the two main cores is helping them
repair their credit, fixing their credit, establishing their credit because
fixing your credit is one thing but then you have
to establish good credit also for a period of time.
Then we teach them how to set up their LLC property,
their business properly, because you just can't go into a
bank and get money. You have to have a website,
business phone number, business address, business email. You gotta look

pro so we help them set that up and then
we help them get the funding for their businesses. And
then we have different coaches come on week to week
to who are in different entrepreneur spaces.

Speaker 17 (36:58):
Fifty a month, Yes, Bella Sloan Academy dot.

Speaker 5 (37:03):
Com dot com.

Speaker 16 (37:04):
It's no commitment. You can quit whenever you want. We
would love to be a service and you can go
to BELLASLOANLLC dot com if you want your credit fix
or if you want some funding. We would love to
be a service to you.

Speaker 2 (37:14):
And if you text Angela to six one o eight
seven six two seven, you get five free ebooks on
how to build business credit and structure your business as well.

Speaker 6 (37:23):

Speaker 17 (37:23):
Free, free.

Speaker 2 (37:24):
We love free. We love seeing that number. There's no
reason you can't afford that. Okay, it's six one o
eight one nine seven six two seven. Just text Angela.

Speaker 16 (37:32):
Thank you so much.

Speaker 17 (37:33):
Heation CEO.

Speaker 16 (37:35):
Can I talk about one thing before you? So I
have two books coming out because we want to get
these books in younger kids hands. Bella Bill's Business Credit
and we have another one called for my second daughter, Olivia,
The ABC's of Credit.

Speaker 2 (37:46):
Olivia Need Olivia.

Speaker 16 (37:49):
And then that book is really good because as for Apple,
B is for balance, C is for credit. Because we
want to get this information into younger hands as soon
as possible. We'd love to leave a couple of copy
for you guys.

Speaker 3 (37:58):
Oh, I love that.

Speaker 6 (37:59):
Thank you so much. Thanks for having Angela.

Speaker 5 (38:00):
I appreciate it. Stacey, It's been a.

Speaker 6 (38:02):
Pleasure being here.

Speaker 17 (38:03):
We appreciate it. Happy Wealth Wednesdays, everybody.

Speaker 2 (38:05):
All right, you can watch that phone interview on my
YouTube channel Way Up with You, and when we come back,
of course, y'all have the last word.

Speaker 6 (38:12):
Pack up the phone, tapping to get your voice heard.

Speaker 12 (38:15):
What the word is?

Speaker 6 (38:17):
Here is the last word on Way Up with Angela.

Speaker 2 (38:20):
Ye, what's up? Its way up at Angela? Ye, I'm
Angela yee. Jasmine brand is here. H We have fallen,
but we are gonna get up Jasmine.

Speaker 5 (38:27):
We've eaten a lot.

Speaker 6 (38:28):

Speaker 2 (38:28):
Yes, look before Jasmine came to New York. This week.
We were like, we're gonna do too days. Yeah, we're
gonna do workout. We can work out once.

Speaker 5 (38:36):
But we did walk a lot.

Speaker 2 (38:37):
We did walk a lot. We said we were going
to detox. We had a juice this morning with tequila.
No kidding, but we ate a lot.

Speaker 4 (38:45):
We did.

Speaker 2 (38:46):
But thank you to everyone who fed us. We appreciate it,
you know, so just look the other way if you
see us. Yeah, just don't don't mind our art, says Kindable.
I'm excited for that though, but again, thank you for
this wealth Wednesday to Herman Dulce for joining us the
Haitian CEO. I'm over here trying to get my businesses
together and it is not easy. And I have never

done business credit or had a business credit card. But
now I'm going to do that. Okay, I actually submitted
my application already, so thank you for that. When we
do this show, it's not just for you, it's for
me too, just so right every listening, Nos, it really
is literally things that I need help with too. I
can't be having rich people arguments like Drake and Rick Ross. Okay,
I'm over here upset about Red Lobster closing. But again.

You guys have a great day, and like I said,
this is your show and you have the last word.

Speaker 10 (39:33):
Hey, Angela, I want to side a lot on my wife.
I seen she has returned from twenty three years of
activity servicing the world's greatest air force. We truly appreciate you, honey, Josh.
Our family is just amazed by your accomplishments of you
set the standard for us and our daughter Ayan and
our son Joe. Truly appreciate you and thank you, babe.

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With a mayored me for twenty seven years.

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