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Speaker 1 (00:00):
Today show is pre recorded. Y'all know what time.

Speaker 2 (00:05):
Y'all don't know y'all ball at.

Speaker 3 (00:10):
All, So.

Speaker 2 (00:12):
Don't given the.

Speaker 4 (00:15):
Black a million bus busby listen to.

Speaker 5 (00:38):
I don't join.

Speaker 1 (00:50):
Yeah, joy, they have.

Speaker 2 (00:59):
You gotta do that love, Turn.

Speaker 4 (01:41):
To turn the mouth, turn the probably, got to turn
the mouth out, turn the monk, come.

Speaker 5 (01:58):
Come out.

Speaker 1 (01:59):
You think that, Uh huh, I sure will. Good morning, everybody.
Excuse me, you are listening to the voice. Come on,
dig me now, one and only Steve Harvey got a
radio show, man o man or man something going on
real good today. You ought to feel blessed today, the

(02:20):
fact that God woke you up and gave you another opportunity.
You know, every day you wake up, it's another chance.
It's a chance for all of us to get better,
to get it right, to get on the right path,
to stop heading the wrong way. Every day you wake up,
that's your opportunity. See, because He's gonna keep waking you
up because he has a plan for you. You know,

(02:42):
I don't know, uh you know, I don't. I don't.
I don't know when he makes his call and you
know who gets called home when I can't explain it.
I don't have that answer. I'm not him. I'm not God.
I don't claim to be. I don't. I don't understand
it all some times. But God has an amazing way.

(03:03):
But as long as he's waking you up I do
know this, God ain't through with you yet. God has
a plan for you. Your job is to identify identify
the plan. You know, that's that's clearly what I need
for you to do. You know, oftentimes the thing that
you're looking for, it's right there inside of you.

Speaker 5 (03:25):
You know.

Speaker 1 (03:25):
I can't tell you how many people I meet, mister Harvey,
Mister Harvey, can't speak to you for a minute. Yeah, Man,
what's up with you? Man? I was just wondering. Man,
I've been trying to and I want to know, Man,
can you give me a good agent? Can you give
me a good lawyer? Can you give me a good Now? Look,
if you got some legal problems, I understand you're gonna
need some help right there. But the majority of questions

(03:48):
I get asked is about their future, about their place
in this world, about their mission, about what they're trying
to do, how they trying to figure out, and then
the how to go about doing it. But the answer
I'm must remind all of you is always within yourself.
It starts right there. See, a lot of people burn
up a lot of time looking around trying to find someone.

(04:11):
If I could just meet them, if I could just
get on her show. Man, if all, if I could
just get to his show, I beating made it. That's
not necessarily the case. Because See, just like every time
you put your put your faith in a person or

(04:32):
an event or currence or some type of thing that
you imagine yourself being in there and that'll do it
for you. Imagine of all the people who've made it
without you know, I look at everybody. Tell me, Man,
if I could get on so and so show, that'll
do it for me. Man, somebody else got on that
show and they blew up. Man, if I could just
make it to that show, do you know how many

(04:52):
people have made it without that? So, see, when you
start focusing in on what your idea of how to
make it is, and your idea of how to make
it does not include your relationship with God, you spinning
your wheels. Man, It's a vicious cycle you in now,
and I'm asking everybody to get out of that cycle,

(05:12):
get out of looking for someone and something. The answer
is within you. God resides in you. That burning thing
that you have that you just can't get out your head,
that's a seed. God plant that there. That's a seed.
It needs watering, nurturing, fertilizing, and that's what it needs.
It didn't it. Don't ever say, man, I need that

(05:35):
other person right there now. There are people you will
meet that will compliment you, and I can assure you
that God will put you in the right place at
the right time. I'm almost certain that God will introduce
you to everybody you need to be introduced to to
make it to wherever it is. You all are trying
to get to him talking about you and God now,
But the moment you take it into your own hands

(05:56):
and you make the decision as to who you got
to get to, I've just clouded and muddied the waters.
See God's plan for you don't really need your help. Oh,
it needs your attention, It needs your focus, it needs
your faith, and it needs your hard work. But He
needs you to listen. He needs you to listen more

(06:19):
than anything. Listen, keep the faith and be willing to
work your tail off. I don't know how you think
it can happen any other way. But then again I
do because I try to make it another way. So
I had to come to the conclusion, Hey man, listen here, dog,
this ain't working for you. You got to get some

(06:41):
more God, here, man, listen to me. The answer was
always within me, the moment I sat down with myself
and told myself the truth that he partner, you ain't
really all that, hey, partner, regardless as to what people
are seeing and stuff, you ain't happy. Hey Pardner, this

(07:02):
really ain't about you. Hey Pardner, you really ain't all
that good at this. God is keeping you for a reason. Okay,
hold up, Steve, quit tripping. What I need to do.
I just started talking to myself and then I heard
Bishop Jakes say a couple of things. Then I was
watching TV. I heard Joel Oldstein say a couple of
things and I went, wow, man, okay, cool, that's pretty slick.

(07:26):
I'm gonna try that. And when I did it, it
changed my life. I am telling you, man, it has
been God this whole time, and the God has been
residing inside of me, just like the God resides on
the inside of you. That's Him talking to you, telling you, man,
you ought to get it together. Man making you feel bad.

(07:46):
It's sending you on guilt trips, you knowing you wrong,
and you out there wrong and something telling you you
are not do it. Here's how you know. It's God.
And Bishop Alma taught me this in his book He's
Got I can't think of the name of it right now,
but it's a really good book. But it says in
that man. Bishop Olmo was talking in this book and

(08:07):
he was saying, the way you know is not God's
voice is if it ain't no sin in it. See
how many times have you made up in your mind,
I'm gonna show this person or I'm gonna show that person,
or I'm gonna get this person back. You hurt me,
I'm gonna hurt you. You know the Lord don't like ugly,

(08:28):
I'll show you well, the Lord don't like ugly. But
no way in that does it's safe for you to
go show them. It doesn't say that. See, so when
you strike out on that mission, you know the God
knows in my heart I loved you, but I got
to do this because you did me. Whoa whoa who
ain't got nothing to do with God? Right there, you
can take him out of it. If it's God, has

(08:51):
no sin in it. So anytime somebody come to me
talking about the Lord told me to do this to you,
and that's the only reason not doing it, you need
to get yourself right with God. I had all them
threats right there. That ain't God talking to me through you.
What are you crazy? If it's God, it has no
sin in it. So you got to be careful man,

(09:12):
when you talking to people. If we're gonna go down
here and we're gonna do this because this is the
right thing to do, if it has something wrong going on,
then it can't be the right thing to do. Took
me a minute to learn that one. But please get
that through your head so you can quit spinning yourself
around and remember everything you're looking for is within you.

(09:34):
It's all right there. Quit wasting your time looking around
all the time. Go to your God, man, talk to him.
Go to that spirit that's on the inside of you
that's calling you. Stop letting people shake your tree. At
the end of the day, somebody gonna be right, somebody
gonna be wrong. All right, y'all, We're gonna go in
day tripping a little bit, going through somethingstening.

Speaker 6 (09:59):
Morning Show.

Speaker 1 (10:02):
Ladies and gentlemen, let me have it your undivided attention.
He's done it again, Almighty Creator has created another beautiful
day for us to thrive in. Today is the day
that the Lord has made. Let us rejoice and be
glad in it. Be glad in it, y'all, because it's
something else, man, it's something else. He's just amazing to me.
I can't, ah, man, it's kind of crazy with me

(10:25):
trying to describe it when he's he's indescribable. I just
ain't no words for I can't come up with nothing
bigger though it's been difference, super casual, frajudicistic, can't come
up with nothing. I can't everything I think of just short. Sure,
he's awesome. He's an awesome god that ain't Why don't

(10:46):
know what words we use him, but we don't got
nothing to describe what he is to me and to
you too. So thank you, Heavening Father. Steve Harvit MARTERI
show Shirley Strawberry calling for real Mississippi Monica Junior, the
legend that is Nephew Tommy Junior. What's going on on
the day? Man?

Speaker 7 (11:01):
Okay, I'm gonna tell you something I did an interview
yesterday and they said.

Speaker 8 (11:04):
If I wasn't a comedian, what job would you really want?

Speaker 7 (11:08):
And don't don't don't down me, don't kill my dream,
don't do that, uplift me, help me?

Speaker 1 (11:13):
Okay?

Speaker 7 (11:14):
What I want to be if I wasn't in the comedian?
I think I would make a really good model. I
think I could be a mom mom. I yeah, mama,
you don't want me to what? Now kill my dream?

Speaker 3 (11:25):
You could?

Speaker 8 (11:26):
I could be Wait a minute, why are you looking
at me like this?

Speaker 7 (11:30):
Because I said I could be a really good models.

Speaker 1 (11:34):
Wet bands? You could do that?

Speaker 7 (11:36):
Visor, he said, sweat bands, he said, Advisor.

Speaker 9 (11:43):
Do rags now dog you own and proper wave caps? Fuck,
you can come out with me wave caps, waveless wave caps.

Speaker 8 (11:53):
I knew when I came in this one, I knew
he was gonna do this here.

Speaker 10 (11:56):
This is Deacon suits, you Deacon suit killers, but Deacon
suits and handing it?

Speaker 2 (12:07):
Yeah?

Speaker 1 (12:09):
What kind of model was you thinking of being?

Speaker 5 (12:11):
Though?

Speaker 7 (12:13):
That's a good question, the same one that like seals,
sell sell hat, sell clothes, sell sell something.

Speaker 1 (12:20):
Just on my fast m because I because what you're
too short, strange looking? You ain't you ain't no mustache,
though you have a mustang, no timing. I don't have

(12:42):
a mustache. Why what guy do with anything? Sit on
what you're gonna model, what you're gonna sell. You can't
sell no hair clippers.

Speaker 6 (12:53):
Suits with my suits, sneakers.

Speaker 8 (12:56):
They told me deacon suits, Sureley, deacon suits.

Speaker 1 (13:00):
Athletic. Where your pastoral collection? Athletic?

Speaker 6 (13:04):
Where what is there such a thing?

Speaker 1 (13:09):
Create that at the pastoral collection They'll be breast vests,
you know, stuff like that.

Speaker 6 (13:17):
Okay, hope alive, Junior, keep hope alive.

Speaker 1 (13:20):
Well, good thing you a comedian, because at least that
dream can come true. You will at least you're tracking
for that one. I wouldn't go back to that. And
don't let nobody else ask you that question, Junior. Just
tell him now this is what I'm doing it. Don't
have no shot at nothing else.

Speaker 11 (13:39):
Say a few minutes after we'll hear from the nephew
if he runs that prank back. Right after this, you're
listening morning show, it is time now to run that
prank back with the nephew.

Speaker 12 (13:51):
What you got now, we're gonna drop this love deposit Charley,
love deposit cat Dog.

Speaker 1 (13:56):
If you would.

Speaker 5 (14:00):
Hello, Hello, I'm trying to reach Tiffany.

Speaker 13 (14:03):
H This is Tiffany, who's calling?

Speaker 5 (14:05):
This is Karen. How you doing. I didn't know what
I know we've been. I know we've been going back
and forth on the site talking and we haven't you know,
really talked yet.

Speaker 14 (14:21):
So yeah, it's okay.

Speaker 13 (14:23):
I think I wasn't expecting a car. But yeah, it's
good to hear from you. It's good to hear from you,
you know, you.

Speaker 5 (14:28):
Know, I mean we've been we've been talking for well
a long time, well, texting and on the site for
at least what five weeks now.

Speaker 13 (14:37):
Yeah, it's really I'm glad you called a for real seriously,
like an, I love the voice so exciting.

Speaker 5 (14:46):
You know you got anything going on this weekend?

Speaker 13 (14:51):
I don't think so. I just have to, like, you know,
go glossy shopping or whatever. But like, other than that,
it's pretty open.

Speaker 1 (14:57):
What's up.

Speaker 5 (14:58):
I was thinking maybe we get together, get a get
a drink or too, just you know kind of yeah,
hang out a little bit, feel each other out and
if if you're feeling that, you know, I don't want to.

Speaker 13 (15:07):
Yeah that's cool, we can get together. I'm interested, you know,
like I'm happy you called, and I would love to
see this weekend. You got a place in mind, like
I heard you.

Speaker 5 (15:18):
Know, I was thinking about letting you pick something because
you know, i'd rather go somewhere where you're comfortable, with
an atmosphere that you used to. I think that would
be the best thing to do.

Speaker 13 (15:28):
Okay, well, look, I want to find out.

Speaker 5 (15:32):
I'll direct you on that, but yeah, I just want
to hang out a little bit cool. I'm excited, good, good,
what's good for you? You know, if you want to
on Saturday, let's go.

Speaker 13 (15:49):
Let's do Saturday to give me, you know, some time
to like, you know, get myself together six or.

Speaker 5 (15:54):
Seven, text me you know the location or whatever wherever
you want me to. You know, I.

Speaker 13 (16:01):
Can see.

Speaker 5 (16:02):
Well one was okay, let's let's do this first. Tell
me this. What are we wearing? So I'm not I
don't want to be overdressed or underdressed.

Speaker 13 (16:08):
I don't really trip on that. First. They could be
chill like I'm not. You know, we don't have to
do like a five hundred dollars dinner or nothing like that.
You don't need on a touch.

Speaker 5 (16:16):
This ain't a Rock Nation brunch, all right, right, but
if you don't mind, if I could get you to
do something for me, could you could I give you
my cash app for what Well, what I want to
do is, you know, sometimes these things actually go wrong.
You know, I don't see it going wrong with me

(16:36):
and you because we've had you know, the way we've
been chit chatting and going back and forth on the site.
Things have been really really well. You know. You know,
I would like to get you know, like a you know,
a love deposit of two hundred and fifty dollars their
way of just going wrong. At least I haven't wasted
my time, you know what I'm saying.

Speaker 13 (17:01):
Hold on, I'm just by saying what just happened? You
said you want me to get your car up and
send you a love deposit of two hundred and.

Speaker 5 (17:12):
Something dollars two fifty two fifty like you know that way.
If this don't if this don't go right, you know,
then at least I haven't love It's like a love deposit,
you know, if it go if it goes right, you know,
then I give it back to you. If it don't
go right, you know, at least I haven't wasted my time.
You see what I'm saying.

Speaker 14 (17:29):
Crime you serious, right?

Speaker 11 (17:30):
No?

Speaker 5 (17:31):
Yeah?

Speaker 13 (17:31):
Like yeah, okay, uh this is super weird and uh
yeah this is all weird and uh, you know, I'm
kind of I don't you really know what to say,
like other than you could probably lose my number like
you are we do like, don't call me like your corny.

(17:52):
I'm not interested, you're a bum like I'm straight, like
I don't know what.

Speaker 5 (17:56):
Ok hold on, hold on, hold on, hold on. I
wasn't all let I wasn't I'm talking about you've been talking.
We've been talking for five weeks. Everything's been good. We've
been we've been on the site talking to each other.

Speaker 13 (18:05):
So the two weeks though, you're trying to ask me
for a cash app for real, a love deposit? How
corny are you? Are you serious?

Speaker 14 (18:12):
Seriously?

Speaker 5 (18:15):
If you believe listen to TIMI on the real. If
you believe in yourself, you know what?

Speaker 14 (18:22):
If I believe in myself, you're so full, last out
of your you have lost your in mind. Okay, you
please like gather your thoughts because I don't know who
you think you're talking to.

Speaker 13 (18:34):
For real, you know what I'm saying. So I need
to do two things lose my number and don't don't
look for me for real? Show up like this is ridiculous,
Like this is stupid, you ignorant?

Speaker 5 (18:46):
For real? Shut up? Okay, okay, show me, show me
where I'm wrong. If you believe in yourself, if I believe.

Speaker 13 (18:53):
In myself, chas, do what you mean? If I believe
in myself, If you believe in yourself, your chass, We're
move around. Don't get off the phone. It stopped wasting
my time for real. I'm about to hang out right
now for real.

Speaker 5 (19:05):
Okay, okay, listen, face straight Upay before you hang up, Joey,
you could go, you could go your way, I can go.
Mind you don't want to carry meet the two fifty? Cool?
Got that? Okay? You know what? What is? Is this
your loss? Though? Tis this your lad?

Speaker 13 (19:27):
You gotta be out your rabbit eys line. Ain't no
lost this here, ain't gonna lost this.

Speaker 5 (19:31):
Ain't no lost this this is okay? You know what?

Speaker 13 (19:34):
You know what?

Speaker 5 (19:34):
I knew this was gonna happen, you know, brother, try
to be real.

Speaker 13 (19:37):
When brother tried, hey, hey, you might as well hey
turn around go the other direction. Lock yourself up. Seriously,
you want to talk about black black men and brotherhood. Like,
it's a wrap for you. We don't need you out here,
your youthless straight up like, don't call me destroy yourself
for real, I'm done with this.

Speaker 5 (19:59):
I'm talk Can I tell you something else for you?
Leading real quick. I just want to let you know
that this is nephew Tommy from the Steve Harvey Morning Show.
Your sister is Shaye. Shae got me to pray fall
call you.

Speaker 1 (20:18):
Your sister.

Speaker 5 (20:18):
Shaye said, you gotta get my sister. She's been on
the right, been around this dating sight, talking to this guy.

Speaker 14 (20:28):
Where is she got?

Speaker 13 (20:29):
This is stupid?

Speaker 5 (20:32):
Oh movie, We got you, baby, we got you. Good?

Speaker 13 (20:35):
Yeah, God do it. This is crazy. I'm gonna get her.
I'm gonna get her.

Speaker 5 (20:38):
This is I'll tell you what tell me this? What
is the baddest and I mean the baddest radio show
in the.

Speaker 14 (20:47):
Land, The Steve Harvey Morning Show.

Speaker 6 (20:52):
All right, thank you, nephew. You're listening Harvey Morning Show.

Speaker 11 (20:58):
Coming up at the top of the out In entertainment news,
pastor Kean Henderson shushed a woman during his praise and
worship on Sunday.

Speaker 6 (21:06):
We'll get your thoughts on that.

Speaker 11 (21:08):
Fulton County da Fani Willis's ex boyfriend speaks out about
her workplace romance and there's a nude cruise sailing away
next February.

Speaker 6 (21:19):
Wow, we'll talk about all of this looming up. But
right now, I knew you'd perk up for that one.

Speaker 11 (21:25):
Tommy, it's time to ask the celo.

Speaker 6 (21:29):
Right now, we'll get to it.

Speaker 1 (21:30):
We'll get to it.

Speaker 11 (21:31):
This is from Misha in Seattle. Misha says, my husband
came home pipsy and showered. Immediately, I got suspicious, so
I looked for his phone. He caught me and asked
what I was looking for. He said, I always assume
he is up to no good. Lately he's been sleeping
in the guest room. Is he acting mad to create

(21:52):
distance between us?

Speaker 6 (21:53):
How do I fix this?

Speaker 1 (21:55):
Well, I don't know why. You know, I mean, always
remember that it's the best defense is a good offense.
So if I could beat you too mad before you
get mad, that gets you put you on defense because
I created an offensive mood. You know, he asked you
what you was doing. He busted you. You're gonna have

(22:16):
to sneak better, And then you know, now I'm sleeping
in the guest room. I don't know, dog, I don't know, ma'am.
You know your husband better than I do. Why don't
you just go on and read into it what you
want to read into it? But why you're talking about
how can you fix this? See? He didn't. He got

(22:37):
you back, pegnant. He came in tipsy and late, jumped
in the shower. You got suspicions in winning the phone.
Now he gonna sleep in another room. Okay, Well when
he get tired of sleeping in another room, tell him
he can't come back in here till he fixed it
for you. All you gotta do is reverse it. Just
be a girl. Just make him wrong. That's all y'all do.

(22:57):
Y'all good at that. Don't see him side of it.
Y'all are excellent, all yeah, act like we ain't said. Yeah,
just do that. Do what y'all do, Do what y'all
don all right.

Speaker 11 (23:12):
Moving on to Dorry in Clearwater, Dorry writes, as we
were watching a movie Friday night, my husband got a
text saying call Now. He called his friend and made
up a lie that he needed him right away. I
asked him why he did it, because I know the
guy's wife. Should I tell her about this.

Speaker 6 (23:32):
Okay.

Speaker 11 (23:33):
They were a couple watching TV and then the husband
got a text saying call now. He asked, he called
his friend and made up a lie. So he called
his friend. His boy made up a lie that he
needed him right away. And then the wife asked the
husband why did he do that? Because she knows the
guy's wife and she the wife wants to know. Should

(23:54):
he tell the guy's wife what went down?

Speaker 1 (23:58):
I don't understand.

Speaker 11 (24:00):
Okay, So say, for instance, you're at home with your
wife watching you right then your boy texts you and
says call right now.

Speaker 6 (24:09):
Then you call and say you need your boy right now.

Speaker 1 (24:14):
No, he says he needs me right now. Yeah yeah, yeah, yeah, okay, okay,
so what's the problem.

Speaker 11 (24:20):
So the wife wants to know why he did that,
why he did that, and because she knows his boy's wife,
and should she tell the wife?

Speaker 1 (24:29):
No business, No, these is two dudes. The dude say, hey, man,
it's like me and J Anthony Brown. When I used
to call JA Anthony Brown, I would type in may
day and that was it. No, we'll not type in
call his answer machine and say may day. And then
he knew when he got that on the answer machine
to call me back. It's may day. You know, dudes

(24:51):
have codes like that. What you calling his wife fault?

Speaker 6 (24:55):
Because she didn't like the tricky stuff that went down,
That's all.

Speaker 1 (24:58):
It wasn't nothing tricky. The dudes saying, hey, man, need
call me. I ain't got nothing to do with you.
I got dudes that I can call with no explanation.
Hey man, hit me up. They're gonna hit me right up.
Ain't no explanation, Ain't no what I'm gonna say. Look, man,
I got a problem.

Speaker 12 (25:17):
What what?

Speaker 2 (25:18):
What?

Speaker 1 (25:18):
Okay? Okay, what we're doing? I'm finning roll over here? Okay?

Speaker 13 (25:23):
Right?

Speaker 1 (25:24):
Who car we taking? You know? Yea bruh. I know
some dudes like that. Yes, call her.

Speaker 10 (25:34):
Well, I think what the wife is saying, though she
knows his wife, so she say, girl, what happened the
other day?

Speaker 6 (25:40):
Your husband was like, call now, what went down? I
think that's what the whe U?

Speaker 11 (25:45):
No, no, she she the wife feels like it's something
tricky going on because she wanted to know why his husband,
why her husband did that?

Speaker 5 (25:53):
That's what.

Speaker 1 (25:55):
But it's between dudes. You no, no listen to me,
No girl text your husband didn't No girl text nothing.
It's a dude called another dude. Why are you putting
something in that man that ain't none of your damn
business man. This dude could have got himself in the
situation and he needed boy to help him get him out.

Speaker 6 (26:18):
His wife obviously doesn't think that though she doesn't think that.
No tricky going on.

Speaker 11 (26:25):
All right, We're gonna move on to Chuck in high Point,
who says, I'm trying to take my wife and my
mom through a Mother's Day brunch. But my wife can't
forgive my mom for calling her a home wrecker. My
mother will never apologize. My wife says, I don't hold
my mom accountable. How do I end their three year few?

Speaker 1 (26:46):
Well, bruh, First of all, you can't take them together. Well,
I don't know how you thought it was a good idea,
But your mama ain't gonna apologize. So obviously your wife,
your wife must have felt like your new wife must
have been the wife after your previous wife, and then

(27:11):
and then and then maybe your mama's calling her homeworker. Now,
your mama ain't gonna apologize, But your mama got to
go with what make you happy? Now? Is your mama
wrong in this yes, because this is your choice, and
this is the choice you made. And just because a
man with another woman, it don't make that woman a
home rerecord.

Speaker 6 (27:31):
His mom's eye. What are they gonna be saying to.

Speaker 1 (27:34):
Each other to the brunch though, past the damn salt? Help? Well,
you know you the hell? Why don't you get that
helper that you wanted to pass you the salt? Because
obviously it ain't.

Speaker 6 (27:45):
Me, especially after bottomless mimosas. BR's all gonna come out.
It's all gonna come out.

Speaker 1 (27:56):
I don't know how to pass salt because I'm a
home record. And by the way, happy mother h oh,
I know you didn't know for him, and try to
wish me no happy mothers. Dade your home wrecking health,

(28:16):
all right, when you're gonna have happy home record day,
all right?

Speaker 11 (28:22):
Last one, Steve moving on. This is from Star in Germantown.
Star says, my husband and I are separated and we're
dating other people. I was having sex with my boyfriend
when my husband walked in on us. He doesn't live
here anymore legally, uh, and legally I can't re key
the locks. How do I stop him from embarrassing me?

Speaker 1 (28:42):
I don't understand how legally you can't rekeet the locks?
Won't you re keet the locks?

Speaker 6 (28:48):
She said? Legally she can't?

Speaker 5 (28:50):
What what? What?

Speaker 10 (28:51):
What is?

Speaker 1 (28:52):
Legally? That's what sheep? Having sex in front of me.
He'll get the picture. He'll stop coming over, running up
in here.

Speaker 6 (29:00):
That's what you don't Yeah, she wants him to stop embarrassing.

Speaker 1 (29:05):
Yeah, holl aloud here, all.

Speaker 11 (29:08):
Right, thank you, Celo. Coming up at the top of
the hour. We'll have some entertainment news for you right
after this.

Speaker 6 (29:14):
You're listening morning show.

Speaker 11 (29:19):
Okay, let's talk about this. Was pastor Kean Pastor Kean Henderson.
Was he wrong for shook shushing a woman during praise
and worship Sunday at the Lighthouse Church in Houston.

Speaker 6 (29:31):
We have a clip of just what happens, so let's
hear it here.

Speaker 15 (29:34):
It is take a listen, rush, hush, silence. In the

(30:06):
name of Jesus.

Speaker 1 (30:07):
I left my hands and the only voice I want
heard is his whole friend. Oh, he couldn't hear himself.
He was she was a lot. It was a lie, Steve,

(30:30):
he couldn't hear. I'm my dude, I'm rid with my dude.

Speaker 6 (30:36):
Backlash. People think he was rude, I know, but the
whole point in the voice I want to hear.

Speaker 1 (30:45):
Yeah, some people be over the top those shirts. Some
people give me.

Speaker 6 (30:50):
The whole.

Speaker 5 (30:54):
What did she say at.

Speaker 6 (31:00):
Yeah, yeah, he wanted to he was ushering in the
Holy Spirit, and that's what he said. He wanted to
hear that, and that's the point worship.

Speaker 7 (31:09):
Yeah, I couldn't it be a whole new ministry. Can't
just be a whole new ministry? What Holy Spirit check
ministry too much?

Speaker 6 (31:22):
The people are saying he was rude, he was wrong,
you know, but.

Speaker 1 (31:27):
Look at this, I don't think so.

Speaker 5 (31:31):
Now.

Speaker 6 (31:31):
I've seen pass do it many times in church.

Speaker 1 (31:34):
I've seen that. I've seen it as to take the
baby out because the baby was too loud.

Speaker 8 (31:40):
Yes, absolutely, yes, absolutely.

Speaker 6 (31:44):
Stop stop that's distracting, distracted.

Speaker 1 (31:50):
I can't even do this radio show what you are.
We can't have praise and worship exactly. Anybody touching you
that hard? Okay, okay, past.

Speaker 6 (32:05):
Cut it off.

Speaker 1 (32:11):
Ain't getting their key. Listen to me. I don't see
why they mad. It just passed. Look, they know the deal,
they know the deal. It ain't even that what next serious?

Speaker 5 (32:24):
You know?

Speaker 1 (32:24):
People, y'all come on man. I'm gonna tell you man,
when I hosted Celebration of Gospel, that's I would see
choirs on stage, yes, and then you know how the
song be over and then the drums come back and
boom doom doom, doom, doom, doom, doom doom doom. Do
ye come on stage as soon as they passed the curtain,

(32:47):
and they ain't gonna say you no more, let's start
taking this robe Boston And I said, I used to
stand backstage, and I go, oh, really, so you could
just as soon as you ain't in sight no more,
you just turn that off. You know, people know in church,
it's like when somebody take off running laps around the church.

(33:10):
Everybody don't need to run.

Speaker 6 (33:15):
Truly in your spirits and spirit.

Speaker 1 (33:17):
Yeah yeah, but now just because you see some people, boy,
it's this white church to be online, I'll be hot.
They be doing the most. They're down in West Virginia.
I've seen line them dudes be standing in there dancing.
I'll be going, man, y'all need to go cut this out.
They got somefits. That's terrible.

Speaker 11 (33:46):
Well, uh, finally I just wanted to This is really
for for Tommy, for the nephew right here.

Speaker 6 (33:53):
Because none of us are really like fond of cruise ships.
We don't really do.

Speaker 11 (33:57):
That's not our thing, but this one might be of
interest at least one of us figure out who.

Speaker 6 (34:02):
It's a brand new cruise.

Speaker 11 (34:04):
It's called the Big Nude Boat, and yes, it's a
clothing optional boat that will depart from Miami next February third.

Speaker 6 (34:12):
Get your tickets.

Speaker 11 (34:12):
It will sail around the Caribbean until Valentine's Day.

Speaker 6 (34:16):
But there are a few rules.

Speaker 11 (34:17):
The passengers must wear clothes in all dining rooms, and
whenever they're sitting or lounging on the pull deck, they
must also have on a thong or they must sit
on a towel when they're doing that. All photos and
videos will be permitted if everyone involved gives their consent.

Speaker 1 (34:35):
Oh okay, I don't understand if you okay, I know
when you eat and you gotta have you.

Speaker 6 (34:40):
Clothes on, yes, please, But if you're on the pool.

Speaker 1 (34:43):
Deck lounging, you got had clothes on?

Speaker 6 (34:45):
Where a thong or sit on a towel?

Speaker 1 (34:48):
Okay, well, where is you neked at the deck? Vote? Well? Yeah,
they do.

Speaker 6 (34:55):
They have to have rules.

Speaker 1 (34:57):
No, I mean, but if you can't be nicked on
pool deck?

Speaker 6 (35:01):
Well you got a thong on, that's almost you can be.

Speaker 1 (35:03):
Nicked, But they want you to lay a pile down
I guess on the on the front. But they're saying
clothing is optional except on an eating and on the
pool deck you have to have on a thong. Okay,
So what do the dudes have to have on a thong?
I ain't wearing no throng. I ain't part of that.

Speaker 6 (35:23):
But you want women to wear a thong?

Speaker 1 (35:25):
No, okay, but then it's not a nicked cruise deck.
Oh are you saying you can be topless but you
can't be bottomless because you have to have thought? Well, look,
whatever it is, I'm going no, you're not telling me,
because I can promise you the people that go to
these new beaches and stuff like that, you don't even
wan't see the ass now, I ain't nothing entertained.

Speaker 11 (35:50):
All right, coming up, get your tickets February third, All right,
coming up in twenty minutes after the hour, he is here,
Junior with a special Mother Day poem.

Speaker 6 (36:01):
Right after this you're listening.

Speaker 11 (36:04):
Morning show, all right, See the Sunday is Mother's Day,
So please introduce Jr.

Speaker 1 (36:10):
Ladies and gentlemen, without further ado, one of the poetic
people of all time, Prepare yourself for one of the
greatest poems you'll ever hear in your life. Jay rap
acronym stands for Junior's raggedy ass Poems. Come on, Jay Rapp,
thank you.

Speaker 8 (36:29):
You know, Sunday is Mother's Day. It is Mother's Day.
It's a big day. It's a really big day, you know.

Speaker 7 (36:35):
And I'm married, and y'all told me I had to
show up. But but this is the thing I'm having
a problem with.

Speaker 1 (36:41):
I swear to God.

Speaker 8 (36:42):
I think tom is right though. So the name of
this poem that I've wrote for this is you ain't
my mom?

Speaker 1 (36:51):
Oh yeah, come on, come on, Oh, here we go.

Speaker 7 (36:57):
I have to agree with Tommy this. You might be
somebody's mama, but you ain't mine. I'm talking to all
the wives that can hear my voice.

Speaker 1 (37:09):
God made it this way. It's not our choice.

Speaker 8 (37:14):
Yes, I love my wife and Tommy loves his too,
but we'll not buy a damn.

Speaker 5 (37:21):
Thing for you.

Speaker 7 (37:22):
Your kids are supposed to buy your flowers. That's their responsibility,
not ours. I'm doing this poem a little early to
let you know, and make sure your damn kids get
down to the stove because you.

Speaker 1 (37:36):
Ain't my mama.

Speaker 8 (37:37):
The end, all right now, and I mean happy Mother's Day.

Speaker 1 (37:47):
Have my wife?

Speaker 5 (37:48):
Man?

Speaker 1 (37:49):
The problem I'm having with Toime. I had to breath
because it made sense.

Speaker 8 (37:52):
I'm married now soon I'll had a girlfriend. How you
think it was true?

Speaker 7 (37:56):
Since I got married? Hell, you asking me for stuff
for and you got to kid wear. Baby, that's not
my responsibility.

Speaker 1 (38:04):
Hello, all I got I got my own mama.

Speaker 8 (38:09):
I got my mama.

Speaker 7 (38:12):
Your mama got a name, and my mama got her
own name. All right, we'll take care of both name.

Speaker 1 (38:17):
But you got kids.

Speaker 11 (38:18):
Thought, well, here's the poem for future.

Speaker 1 (38:26):
Since you made this poem, and I guess you're gonna
ride with that, I think I should enlighten you and
brighten up your day with a few of the other
facts you just got out the dog house. I thought
your ass was through and then I look over here
at you, and this is what you're gonna do. You

(38:48):
done wrote this ignorant ass poem trying to agree with Tommy,
of all people, if he the last person you need
to talk to about dealing with any kind of people.
So now Jr. Let me tell you something that you
might not have thought it through. Your ass is going
back on that couch with them same throw pillows too.

Speaker 6 (39:13):
Yeah's day.

Speaker 4 (39:16):
Day.

Speaker 1 (39:18):
All right, thank you guys.

Speaker 6 (39:20):
Coming up in thirty four minutes after the hour, we'll play.
One has to go right after this. You're listening.

Speaker 11 (39:28):
Morning show time for a round of One has to go.
Eyesight women telling lies. One has to go.

Speaker 6 (39:39):
I say, say they chose blindness.

Speaker 1 (39:44):
Over I'm like what women tell.

Speaker 12 (39:50):
Yeah, I'm gonna be a blind lie lie telling dude
watching woman?

Speaker 1 (39:55):
What a woman? Tommy? What a girl? Yep? High sight?
What site? Yeah? General consensus overrated? Overrated? Was all right?

Speaker 6 (40:14):
One has to go white meat, dark meat, chicken, liver.

Speaker 1 (40:19):
Chicken liver. Oh yeah, chicken lifting chicken. That was easy, now,
that was really it? Ain't no, No, I don't want
know you ain't never had one chicken lifting.

Speaker 8 (40:29):
I don't know if that is.

Speaker 1 (40:30):
You ain't never ate up around now and had that point?

Speaker 6 (40:33):
What okay, I just okay, you've been on this earth.

Speaker 1 (40:40):
For over forty years here, you ain't had no chicken dippings.
It's rapped up in there, it's on little paper. You
ain't seen.

Speaker 6 (40:49):
When it's raw, all right.

Speaker 11 (40:54):
One has to go all right during sex, okay, cartwheel,
animal sounds, baby oil, hmm, caught.

Speaker 1 (41:06):
We ain't cross out, yeah, but not to have them
animal sounds, my fa.

Speaker 6 (41:15):
All right, cool lion Steve that we're doing it on
top of the African Safari was getting out in here,

(41:41):
all right. One has to go the super Bowl, our
all star game, the Masters.

Speaker 1 (41:47):
One has stars and raggular thing they doing now. No,
I'm watching the Masters. No, and that super Bowl can't
go nowhere. But but this what they're playing in them
games right now that the NBA puts out that product. No,
they can't have every other's back.

Speaker 6 (42:05):
What you mean, like the dunk contest and all.

Speaker 1 (42:08):
That out will They ain't be two hundred to two twenty. No, No,
they're just throwing the ball back to each other.

Speaker 6 (42:16):
M hmmm.

Speaker 1 (42:18):
Okay.

Speaker 11 (42:19):
Last one one has to go family vacation, vacation with
spouse or just take a vacation alone.

Speaker 6 (42:27):
One has to go no alone, vacation alone though.

Speaker 1 (42:30):
No, I gotta have a family now and the comforts thing.

Speaker 11 (42:35):
This is the same person who said he would he
would rather go blind than stop telling lies.

Speaker 6 (42:40):
That's so sweet.

Speaker 1 (42:42):
No, This is the same. It's the same person. Ain't
gonna buy his wife, no damn.

Speaker 6 (42:48):
Right, Mother's Day because she's not what his mom.

Speaker 1 (42:53):
I'm gonna take you somewhere, though, I am gonna take you.
Speak with me. We'll go places. I think it's really so.

Speaker 6 (43:02):
You guys don't want a vacation alone, all right?

Speaker 7 (43:05):
No, sure, I'm sick. I need company, caut myself on vacation.
What if I get sick?

Speaker 1 (43:13):
You don't need company, you need help. You can't go
nowhere by yourself because we need somebody at the hospital talking.

Speaker 8 (43:26):
Okay, Can I vacation with you?

Speaker 6 (43:29):
On?

Speaker 13 (43:30):
Man?

Speaker 1 (43:30):
Hell no, I ain't gonna all right, all the political
facilities we got to have on the boat. Hell no,
I gotta have all the tents and stuff on here.

Speaker 6 (43:44):
One has to go luthor keybo Teddy.

Speaker 1 (43:53):
Teddygune for me.

Speaker 5 (43:57):
What I do know?

Speaker 1 (43:58):
I ain't going nowhere?

Speaker 5 (44:00):
Right?

Speaker 6 (44:00):
We all know that, right?

Speaker 1 (44:01):
Yeah? Luther Luther and Pebow b.

Speaker 6 (44:06):
Luther Pebow Teddy. Which one she.

Speaker 2 (44:15):
About?

Speaker 11 (44:16):
Steve Prank Phone call coming up, tex you're listening Hard
Morning show coming up at about four minutes after the hour.
It's my Strawberry letter for today and the subject is
I'm tired of raising his child and his ex wife. Okay,
we'll get into that find out and see what that's
all about. But right now it is time for the

(44:37):
nephew and today's prank phone call.

Speaker 6 (44:40):
Nephew, what you got.

Speaker 12 (44:41):
Well, Charley, this right here, we're going back to the church.
You know we spoke earlier about past the keon. This
right here is me and my Jesus. And what you're
not gonna do is it be too loud with this.
So let's let's hey, hey me, me, okay, hey me,

(45:03):
and hey stop me at my jeez, let's go get down.

Speaker 1 (45:12):
Hello. Hello, I'm trying to reach your sister. How you doing.

Speaker 12 (45:18):
I'm giving you a call on behalf of Baptist Church.
You are a member there, am I right?

Speaker 3 (45:24):
Yes?

Speaker 1 (45:24):
I am? Okay, listen, I'm calling you.

Speaker 12 (45:28):
They some of the members have gotten together and had
a meeting and wanted me to give you a call.

Speaker 1 (45:35):
It seems that.

Speaker 12 (45:37):
A lot of them are complaining about Sunday services that
go on and wanted for me to give you a
call on their behalf so that we can see if
we can address the problem and talk to you diligently
as possible and try to get the problem rectified.

Speaker 13 (45:53):
What's going on, Well.

Speaker 1 (45:55):
It seems like that a lot of members are complaining.
I'm sorry, and what is your name again? My name
is ma'am.

Speaker 5 (46:04):
Uh.

Speaker 12 (46:05):
I'm not actually a member of the church. I've just
been the one that they've been asked to give you
a call and try to talk on the members' behalf.
So maybe we can get this problem rectified that you have,
that they have as far as you are concerned.

Speaker 13 (46:17):
Now, okay, go ahead. Well I'm just trying to see
what this is in regards to go ahead.

Speaker 12 (46:21):
Well, it seems like the members of the church are
complaining about that you're doing too much shouting at church
on Sunday, and it seems to be going on every Sunday.
You're running up and down the aisle and you shouting
all over the place, and it's me I've.

Speaker 3 (46:38):
Been singled out about my shouting.

Speaker 1 (46:41):
Well, ever, then it's distracting, ma'am.

Speaker 12 (46:43):
You're distracting everyone from getting the word and listening to
the word and being involved in the service. And that's
the purpose of the call is to see if we
can get you to tone it down some.

Speaker 3 (46:53):
Okay, So the All Church is complaining about me shouting
the way people.

Speaker 13 (46:56):
Run up and down the off.

Speaker 3 (46:58):
Every Sunday and almost turning cart wheels and flips, and
they singling me I complained about me.

Speaker 1 (47:04):
Well, ma'am, I.

Speaker 12 (47:05):
Don't know how it is that you can see everybody
else doing cart wheels when you're the ones that they
say is the one that's doing them.

Speaker 3 (47:11):
You do how am I being singled out?

Speaker 1 (47:13):
Man?

Speaker 12 (47:14):
All I'm saying is is that they saying that you're
doing too much shouting and too much running at this church.

Speaker 1 (47:18):
Now I'm just the message.

Speaker 3 (47:21):
Well, they can't tell me how to shout. They can't
tell me what's going on.

Speaker 13 (47:24):
In my life? What's gonna keep me from praising God?

Speaker 3 (47:27):
And they, I mean, they could just they can go
somewhere else with that, But they're not gonna tell me
that I can't praise my God. They don't know how
good God has been to me.

Speaker 12 (47:35):
And you know what, I understand that I agree with
you wholeheartedly, but it's becoming a distraction. I mean, they
was at the point last night talking about should we
put some seat belts on the pews so so you
can stay down.

Speaker 3 (47:47):
We will put some seat but how they gonna tell
people they can't shout in church and praise God. What
can we come to church park?

Speaker 1 (47:54):
Will you do? Come to earth?

Speaker 3 (47:55):
You need to be trying to praise God and get
their own shout on and stop looking at me and
worry about what I'm doing.

Speaker 12 (48:00):
We gonna need you to quit running up and down
these aisles and doing what you now.

Speaker 3 (48:04):
I'm sorry, sir. You know I'm trying to stay calm.
I'm trying my best. Jesus, Sir, that's not happening. You
can't tell me I gotta stop shouting.

Speaker 1 (48:14):
Okay, man, But let me ask you. Are you running now?
Aren't you just standing still?

Speaker 3 (48:18):
Talking? But I don't have to run right now?

Speaker 1 (48:21):
Okay, what I'm trying to get.

Speaker 3 (48:22):
You to do like this, I want to run up
and down this street right now. I can run up
and down the street and praace God. But they're not
gonna tell me to stop shouting at church.

Speaker 12 (48:29):
Can we get you to be a little bit more
reserved as what we see? Man, let me let me
go ahead and go further on what they.

Speaker 3 (48:35):
Don't the spirit move?

Speaker 1 (48:37):
Okay, well, let me move and tell you what they've
told me.

Speaker 12 (48:41):
Now, If we can't get to the point where you can,
you know, tone it down, then we may have to
ask you to leave.

Speaker 3 (48:50):
Ask me, oohje Jesus, O Jesus, you ask me, why
don't they want me to leave a church. I've been
at that church for this teen years. I'm not leaving
the church. I'm gonna run up and down.

Speaker 5 (49:02):
I'm not gonna run on the church.

Speaker 3 (49:04):
I even turn me some slip where I am I
I feel like it.

Speaker 1 (49:09):
No, no, listen, that's all.

Speaker 3 (49:11):
I'm okay, go ahead, but I'm gonna be there.

Speaker 1 (49:13):
I'm going to I am going to be there on Sunday.

Speaker 12 (49:16):
Man, and I have been the person that's been appointed
to make sure that you're not running up and down
these hous and shotting like this.

Speaker 1 (49:23):
You got to keep yourself reserved so people can hear
the word of God. You are standing in people's word.
That's what you're doing. You in the whale.

Speaker 3 (49:30):
I want if they come trying to send me down,
I'm gonna give them a word and it ain't gonna
be a God.

Speaker 14 (49:34):
So let's just put that hands up on me here now.

Speaker 3 (49:36):
Listen, I'm telling you that. Now you could say i'n
been in that church fifteen years. If I want to run, dance, shout, jump, craenty,
whatever I want to do, I'm gonna do it. It
ain't nobody gonna stop me.

Speaker 1 (49:47):
You're gonna have to stop this.

Speaker 12 (49:49):
This past Sunday was your last Sunday doing it, and
you're not finna do it this Sunday.

Speaker 3 (49:54):
Well, like I said, just why, And I'm telling you
could tell the ernses, the deacon board, the deacon ass,
the minister's or whoever asked you want to tell, let
him put their hands on me and see if I
don't sling on them, I'm gonna come right up out
the spirit and swing on them. I'm telling you that now,
because see, sir, you're gonna really push me there out
of tried, out of tried. Let me ask you this,
what is trying to show that I'm saying, Remember, but

(50:15):
you make it. You you're making me revert back to
my own ways, and you you really finna put me out.

Speaker 13 (50:20):
That's what you're finna do.

Speaker 1 (50:21):
Okay, Well, let me ask you this, where is the
God at right now in you?

Speaker 5 (50:25):
Where is the one that the God was in me
when I.

Speaker 3 (50:29):
Was trying to be called at you at first? To
tell you don't be calling me with this foolishness. But
now you have made the other side of me ro
he's up.

Speaker 1 (50:35):
Well, you wouldn't raise it up in there. You wouldn't
raise it up in me too.

Speaker 12 (50:38):
Guess what come sound that you're gonna set you in
that pew and you ain't gonna you know yourself?

Speaker 3 (50:47):
Okay, all right? Why might I we gonna see how
where I'm not sitting that pure matter of fact, first
sing signing the morning, I'm going to past Oh yeah,
we ain't gonna Deacon whoever you want, whatever your name is,
I'm gonna tell him about it. God little, how long
you need to lose?

Speaker 12 (51:02):
I would be talking to Pastor myself and letting him
know about this situation.

Speaker 1 (51:06):
You don't talk.

Speaker 3 (51:07):
You don't know we can come past.

Speaker 1 (51:10):
You don't talk to Pastor. I talked to Pastor.

Speaker 3 (51:14):
Church fifteen years. Like I said, I tell you, oh Jesus,
oh you feel.

Speaker 5 (51:20):
Oh Jesus, not not not not now see just like this,
you'll see how you calling on him and you.

Speaker 3 (51:24):
Standing Yeah, because I'm calling on here, I'm to keep
me from just really going to cuss you out right
now because you don't really hit my nerves.

Speaker 1 (51:31):
I got one more thing I need to say to
you ladies.

Speaker 3 (51:33):
What you want you better say real quick because you're
finna talk to this operator.

Speaker 1 (51:37):
That's his nephew. Time it from the Steve Harvey Morning Show.
You just gotta pray by your girl.

Speaker 13 (51:46):
Oh you see you know?

Speaker 3 (51:49):
Oh I'm I'm I'm gonna kick, but.

Speaker 13 (51:55):
I'll see you. Let me up cursing on the part.

Speaker 1 (51:57):
Okay, Jesus, I got one more thing, baby. Let me
ask you something.

Speaker 12 (52:00):
What is the baddest I'm talking about the baddest radio
show in the landing and now.

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Speaker 11 (53:21):
Coming up next, Strawberry Letter, the subject I'm tired of
raising his child.

Speaker 6 (53:25):
And his ex wife. So she's raising the baby and
his ex wife.

Speaker 16 (53:30):
Who does that?

Speaker 1 (53:31):
That's a lot. Yeah, go.

Speaker 6 (53:35):
Find out what's going on in this letter.

Speaker 11 (53:38):
I'm tired of raising his child and his ex wife.
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Speaker 11 (54:13):
Subject I'm tired of raising his child and his ex wife.
Dear Stephen Shirley. My husband and I have been together
for three years and married almost one year. When I
met him, he was just getting a divorce and he
was struggling with being alone. He said he was still
really cool with his ex wife, even after she cheated
on him. They have a four year old daughter, so

(54:35):
he has no choice but to talk to her to
co parent with her. He's thirty five and his ex
wife is twenty eight. He explained to me that he
started dating her when she was twenty two, and when
they moved in together, he had to teach her the
basics like money management and how to take care of
their household. I couldn't imagine how much he had to
prepare her to be a mother he made it sound

(54:57):
like she had no home training. But she's sweet and
mild mannered. I haven't had any issues with jealousy or
how I discipline her child in my house. The only
issue I have is that she constantly calls my husband
and I for advice on how to do certain things.
My husband and I always tell her to google stuff,
and she always says she's not good with that. I

(55:19):
have told her that she's in the real world and
as a single mother, she has to be on top
of her game and know what's going on around her
at all times. I cannot raise her and her four
year old daughter. I think I'm going above and beyond
what any new wife would do in regards to an
ex wife. My husband keeps telling me that God will

(55:39):
bless me for having a kind heart. I want God
to bless me with a husband that I can have
all to myself. I have to remind my husband that
she knew enough to cheat on him. So her quote
damsel in distress act is getting old. Does he feel
sorry for her or is he doing this because he
still loves her? Well, it could be a common nation

(56:01):
of both. He may love her, he may not be
in love with her like he's in love with you,
and he might feel a little sorry for her. He's
known her since she was twenty two. She didn't know
how to do anything. He taught her the ropes and
all that. But I have to say to you, you
are really, really a good person. It sounds like and
because who does this? I mean, what your husband should

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do and should have done, is to tell his ex
that she's got to start figuring these things out for
her for herself, just like you did. Because your husband
has moved on, and that's the key. He has to
move on with you.

Speaker 6 (56:35):
They can co parent.

Speaker 11 (56:36):
She needs to stay out of his current marriage, though
I don't know any wife who would be this patient
with her husband's ex wife. But then again, let's get
down to it. Like you said, she had enough sense
to cheat on him, so her damsel in distressed act
is a bit played. Now she's by herself. She sees
his hard out here in these single streets. The one

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good thing is that you said she called you and
your husband, not just him.

Speaker 6 (57:04):
Are you okay with that?

Speaker 5 (57:05):
Though?

Speaker 11 (57:06):
I don't think so, because at twenty eight she ought
to be able to google anything. If not, she needs
to start learning some basics and leave you guys alone, Steve, Ain't.

Speaker 1 (57:17):
Nobody got time for this foolishness right here. I don't
know who put up with this type stuff right here.
This ain't regular. Go find your ass something to do.
First of all, I'm tired of raising his child. Did
Steven Shirley? My husband and I have been together three
years and married a year. When I met him, he
was just getting a divorce and he was struggling with

(57:39):
being alone. Okay, he said he was still really cool
with his ex wife even after she cheated on him. Okay,
right there. Can I tell you how impossible that statement is.
I'm really cool with my ex wife even after she

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cheated on him. Okay, see right there, that's abnormal. You
can forgive a person all this here. But I don't
know too many men though that's really cool with they
ax after they cheated on them. I don't really know

(58:22):
too many that our sum. I just don't know none.
And since she all said did Steven Shirley, all I
can do is tell you my world, and that ain't
in my world because I'm not doing that. She was
thirty five, he twenty eight. When she met him. She
was twenty two, they moved in together. He had to

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teach her basic money management, how to take care of
the household in She said, I couldn't imagine how much
he had to prepare her for motherhood and how he
gonna do that? What teaching he's finna do to prepare
her for mine motherhood? What he say? What was the

(59:05):
motherhood meeting that this man had with this girl? I
sure want to hear that. You want to talk about
a wasted ass conversation, fellas, Try to tell a woman
something about having a baby or being a mother and
you ain't one that that's some more wasted iff. I'm

(59:26):
telling you right now, they gonna tilt they head and
look at you like that little dog on that RCA
label used to be what I'm a DOGTI? How you
start that conversation? Then she turned around and says, but
she's sweet in MIU manner. I ain't got no issues
with her jealousy or how disciplined her child in my house?

(59:51):
Excuse me. The only thing she says that bothers me
is she constantly calls my husband and I for advice
on how to do so well. She'll need a husband,
she need a daddy and a mama. That's what she needs.

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She needs some more friends and look like y'all it
we come back. We do the rest of it, but
I'll be taking questions on this from the late all right.

Speaker 11 (01:00:20):
We'll have heard two of Steve's response coming up to
today's Strawberry letter. The subject is I'm tired of raising
his child and his ex wife. We'll get back into
it right after this.

Speaker 6 (01:00:31):
You're listening hard morning show.

Speaker 11 (01:00:34):
All right, Come on, Steve, let's recap today's Strawberry letter.
The subject is, I'm tired of raising his child.

Speaker 6 (01:00:39):
And his wife his ex wife.

Speaker 1 (01:00:41):
Well, this lady that married this man and they got married.
They've been married about three years. When she met him,
he was lonely and struggling with the breakup he had
with this girl. He was married to Dayton and he's
just he was, oh, well, that was all they were married.

(01:01:01):
He was married to this young girl, and after the
divorce he was struggling being alone. Budd He said it
was really cool with his ex wife, even after she
cheated on him. That's an impossible statement, because we ain't
cool no more. Once you take the cookie and let

(01:01:24):
and dunk it in somebody else's milk. That's your cookie.
You can keep that cookie, and I don't want that
cookie no more, say because to me now your cookie
is spoiled. Wow, you don't messed your cookie up. It
don't crumble the same no more to me now it does.

(01:01:46):
But I'm just saying for me, that's all. You still got,
good cookie, somebody still wanting you, still beautiful person, all
like that, just not to me, No, damn mode, that's
all you know, God, And the forgiving is I might
have been wrong and pushed you into the arms of
another man, and all that all that could be true,
they ain't. I don't gonna look at it though.

Speaker 6 (01:02:07):
No it's not.

Speaker 1 (01:02:10):
Lord, that ain't what. That ain't what I'm goin to do. Men,
I'm finna hate hate, hate, hate, hate hate.

Speaker 6 (01:02:19):
Women forgive.

Speaker 1 (01:02:20):
So now you all have a relationship and she's mild manner.
She ain't bad. You don't have no issues with her
with jealousy. She don't talk about how your to discipline
her child in the house. And the only issue you
have is she constantly calls my husband and I for
advice on how to do certain things. See, she don't
need ex husband, she needed daddy. She needs daddy and
the mamma, and y'all, y'all older, and y'all help me

(01:02:43):
my husband, and well, she'll call and ask vice on
how to do things. My husband and I always tell
her the Google stuff, and she says she's not good
with that. Well, now we talking about stupid person. See
we were gonna we can gonna elevate this whole letter
up now because now she ain't needed. She's stupid. I
ain't good at Googling. Well, you good at asking questions?

(01:03:06):
What you think? Google? F Yeah, Google is far asking
question what you just asked us? Type that in and
Google gonna give you several options. It's gonna be some
good advice, gonna be some bad advice, gonna be some
stuff you need to listen to. It's gonna be some
stuff that's familiar, some stuff you've never heard. Google is
damn So now she says she ain't good at that,

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And I told her that she's in the real world
now as a single mother. She gotta get on top
of a game and know what's going on around her.
I cannot raise her and a four year old daughter.
I'm thinking I'm going above and beyond what any new
wife would do, and yes you are. You are way
over the top in regards to an ex wife. My

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husband keeps telling me that God will bless me for
having a kind heart. I want God to bless me
with her husband, I can have all of myself. Oh yeah,
see we got problems. Now, see you in here telling
you that God gonna bless you dog. You know, look, man,
you need to take all that old that stuff you got,
You take all that church mess you got and go

(01:04:16):
on somewhere with it. You gotta stop this man, because
whoever she cheated on you with, she ain't with him
no more. I think she trying to wease her way
back in with kindness. M would and if you just

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come over here and take care of me every now
and then, and then you and your wife. The reason
I'm being cool with your wife so she can know
that you can ease on him back over here. She
ain't ain't gonna think nothing of it. And in a
minute this advice gonna turn into a financial requests now
and I have to remind my husband that she knew

(01:04:57):
enough to cheat on him, so that damnsel. Then dress
act is getting old as it should be. You can't
keep being the damnsel in distressed when you was cheating. See,
you can be both of them for me. Once you
cheat on me, you can be the damsel. That's fine.
And you could be in distress, that's fine. But I

(01:05:21):
ain't got a damn thing to do with that, because
first thing, when you come and ask me, I'm going
whoa where homeboy? Ad?

Speaker 5 (01:05:31):
Yes?

Speaker 1 (01:05:32):
You know, you know, you know, you know, use over
that passing now cooking, you know, letting somebody you know,
dunking into somebody else, mill you know where he at?
Ask him? You ain't got to google nobody. Ask him.
You're out here passing out cook it like the tato chips.
You can't eat as many cookies as you can't.

Speaker 6 (01:05:47):
Tata chips, that's true. Let me ask you this, Steve.
Do you think is the husband still in love with her? Somewhat?

Speaker 11 (01:05:55):
Yeah, and he's stupid and he's still okay because he's
letting this go on and he needs to dog.

Speaker 1 (01:06:04):
You're not finn cheat on me and then need me now?
Need who you cheated with?

Speaker 5 (01:06:09):
Yeah?

Speaker 1 (01:06:10):
Yeah, where he at? You know we're gonna get a
divorce and break up because you was with him. Now
you found out he ain't nothing. Now you back over
here needing me because you knew I was gonna help you.
You ain't that fine?

Speaker 6 (01:06:23):
I'm sorry wife though.

Speaker 1 (01:06:27):
Oh he got a great wife. But what the wife
ought to do is slide over there, not in her
d ms on her doe step ding dong Avon called
him full of brush herby. Remember when all them old
people used to come by your house.

Speaker 11 (01:06:44):
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Speaker 6 (01:06:55):
Coming up next to his junior with Sports Talk right.

Speaker 11 (01:06:57):
After this, you're listening Hardy Morning Show. It is time
now for junior and sports talk.

Speaker 7 (01:07:04):
What you got Junior, Well, Shirley, I got to tell
you June first, Come on now, Dallas.

Speaker 8 (01:07:08):
I need you all to show up for me.

Speaker 7 (01:07:09):
June first, Marget Hunt Hill Bridge. Here we go, and
I'm getting another proclamation from the State of Texas. I
need everybody to be out there. And it's absolutely free
because this is the first year the whole race has
been sponsored. All the time I've been doing it, it's
the first time I'm not paying for it. The sponsors
are Duck and Donut's gonna be out there feeding people,
getting everybody coffee. So come on out to the market
Hunt Hill Bridge in Dallas, Texas, June first. I can't

(01:07:32):
wait to see y'all. But let's talk about this, man.
I get where you're coming from. The Cavaliers fell to
the Celtics one twenty ninety five.

Speaker 8 (01:07:40):
I don't know how you be rooting for people.

Speaker 1 (01:07:42):
I can't.

Speaker 8 (01:07:43):
I can't see this.

Speaker 1 (01:07:44):
I'm with you now.

Speaker 8 (01:07:45):
I want the Cavalier to win, but I can't putting
the more effort into it.

Speaker 1 (01:07:48):
Well, here's the deal. The older I've gotten, the more
I've understood. You know, my heart can want all I
want for my teams. But if my teams don't want
what my heart want, if they heart don't want what
my heart, what is my heart wanting what they heart
don't want? Yeah, you got heart. I'm up in here

(01:08:13):
and be heartbroken and all this here, and then, in
the words of Shaquille O'Neill, when we get through with
the game, we'll get enough phantoms and we drive to
our mansis okay, Well, okay, that's it, man, But mind yeah, yeah, man.

Speaker 7 (01:08:33):
The Oklahoma City thunder Man beat the Mavericks one seventeen
to ninety five.

Speaker 8 (01:08:40):
Hey, man, they're the youngest team on the roster in
the league.

Speaker 7 (01:08:43):
And man, they play, they played, they benched, They bench
scored forty two, forty five points, and then I scored
the Mavericks bench by twenty three. Okay, that's that's just
tell you. They benched the second team serious, one nothing, yeah,
one nothing. Then the night we got the Nickson Pacers
Knicks up one aim to zero. But let's get to
this to shout out to the w NBA. This for

(01:09:04):
the first time in the league history. They're gonna have
charter flights for these worlds. Charter flights.

Speaker 8 (01:09:11):
Good, they gonna have charter flights for the first time
in the league here.

Speaker 1 (01:09:18):
With us on Southwest. Yeah, for the w NBA.

Speaker 2 (01:09:24):
Yeah.

Speaker 7 (01:09:25):
And he said it's because of Caitlin Clark, Angel Reese,
Cameron Brink, these young girls that came in. This star
power has went to another level. For the w NBA
season starts May fourteenth. I can't wait to see this
here because they get.

Speaker 1 (01:09:39):
Which translates to money, ticket sales, ticket sales, about ticket salesman,
ticket sales, and these TV rights because now televised games
are gonna be more frequently, so they're gonna get a
better television deal when they get the better because Caitlin
and Angel Reese and these ladies now and now they're
gonna have more money. But there you go, all right,

(01:10:04):
it is.

Speaker 6 (01:10:05):
Thank you Junior. Coming up at the top of the hour.

Speaker 11 (01:10:08):
If your man is gossiping about your guy's sex life,
does he really like you? That's the question someone wants
to ask you, Steve. Right after this You're listening.

Speaker 6 (01:10:18):
Morning show. This is from Vicky and Birmingham.

Speaker 11 (01:10:23):
Vicky says the man I'm dating recently gave out specific
details of our sex life. He told his boys about
a little thing I do to him that drives him wild.
He told them I snore and I rub my feet
together to go to sleep. It got back to me
through one of the other girlfriends, and yes.

Speaker 6 (01:10:41):
I do all of that.

Speaker 11 (01:10:43):
Why did he feel the need to share any of that?
Does this mean he doesn't see a future with me?
Am I wasting my time with him?

Speaker 1 (01:10:51):
He's very sure. He's very very immature. Most men don't
do that, especially for a woman they care about. Yeah,
I follow you. I would just say, hey, wait a minute,
Can I ask you a question, who did you tell
this to? This too? And this too? Because well you
already know who he told it to, because whoever the

(01:11:11):
girl was and told you, it's her man that he
told and you could ask him why he did it
because it was embarrassing. Then you can see what he's saying.
Now if he don't care, no future. But you do
need to quick figure out another way to go to sleep.
Though you got to quit revenue. Two big toes together,

(01:11:32):
you got I else you was a fete together.

Speaker 11 (01:11:37):
She wants to maybe maybe her feet are cold and
she's trying to get him warm.

Speaker 6 (01:11:41):
Right, just the problem sleeping pattern. I'm sure you do
something to go to sleep.

Speaker 11 (01:11:51):
Yeah, So, Steve, you say, if he says he doesn't care,
then there's no future move on, you know, but.

Speaker 1 (01:11:56):
You you already know he told it. So now all
you got to do is to just make a few
more observations and another tell you the story.

Speaker 11 (01:12:04):
Yeah, all right, we have time for another one. This
is from Risha in Ocliff. Rishia says, I'm having a
baby by a man that I had a one night
stand with. He is married and he already has four
children with his wife. He wants me to fly to
Ohio to be with him. When he tells his wife
that he and I are having a baby, I don't
know them like that, and his wife might put her

(01:12:26):
hands on me. I am having this baby and he
can support me however he wants to.

Speaker 6 (01:12:32):
But I do not want his.

Speaker 11 (01:12:33):
Wife involved with us. Why would he possibly jeopardize his
marriage by telling her.

Speaker 6 (01:12:40):
What that's different?

Speaker 1 (01:12:41):
He's stupid. Why would he jeopardize it? He asked you
to fly to or Hip. Yeah, you're scared because she
might put her hands on I'm gonna tell you right now.
If the flight is to Cleveland, don't do it. If
the flight is to Cleve, yes, girl, don't go up there.
I can promise you. Was a asked because I am Cleveland.

(01:13:05):
Women that ain't a conversation. They fit in the head.
And then he says, I want you to fly up
here to explain this to my wife. You need to
not involve his wife because you don't want his wife involved.
His wife is involved, yes, because it's his wife. They're
the mother of his children, and you have slept with

(01:13:29):
her husband, and you're having a baby with her husband,
and now her kids is gonna have a little brother
or sister somewhere, and how you ain't gonna involve You
ain't think this through at all. You ain't a good
side of his because you don't know, you don't know
how it works. No, because it's stupid.

Speaker 11 (01:13:50):
But I don't know any other man Steve that would
have his future baby mama come to another state to
meet his wife.

Speaker 1 (01:13:58):
Shirley can and explain that you better than I can.
But you are slow you you are slow. Now, SURELEYE
can go into this. You can write her on the strawberry,
let him call her voice. Man. She can probably better
explain it to me.

Speaker 16 (01:14:16):
But you are slowly, and you keep you ain't You
ain't to two peace, You ain't the chicken, and now
you can't make rules.

Speaker 1 (01:14:28):
That's the side I don't want her involved. I don't
want him. Why would he add me? All I can
tell you is don't get your ass on that plane
and fly to a house.

Speaker 6 (01:14:36):
Please don't do that. And why would he ask her?
That's the dumbest things?

Speaker 1 (01:14:41):
He don't he lying about that?

Speaker 5 (01:14:43):
What?

Speaker 1 (01:14:43):
What do you mean? It ain't no man, I ain't
never heard that right?

Speaker 6 (01:14:47):
So what some other reason he wants her in Ohio? Yeah,
I want you to fly no.

Speaker 1 (01:14:54):
House because you know, because you know, and white gonna
kills you.

Speaker 6 (01:15:00):
All right, coming up in twenty minutes after, we'll have.

Speaker 11 (01:15:02):
More of the Steve Harvey Morning Show. Right after this,
you're listening Harvey Morning Show.

Speaker 6 (01:15:10):
Summer is right around the corner.

Speaker 11 (01:15:12):
So let's imagine you're on a road trip and you
stop at a convenience store that sells every snack food imaginable.
What's the one snack that you have to have, the
one snack that you've gotta have.

Speaker 1 (01:15:27):
The day?

Speaker 6 (01:15:29):
It doesn't matter. Now, let's let's hear both. How about
that sounds.

Speaker 1 (01:15:33):
Back in day?

Speaker 12 (01:15:34):
Oh yeah, Moon, back in the day, it was summer
sauce in a call with you?

Speaker 1 (01:15:45):
Yeah the Crown? What so Moon? Now it's a chop
b from BUCkies.

Speaker 6 (01:15:55):
Now, you know what I just learned about BUCkies this year.

Speaker 5 (01:16:01):
I know.

Speaker 1 (01:16:04):
I've seen them on the road. I've never stopped anymore.

Speaker 6 (01:16:08):
I've never ever been.

Speaker 1 (01:16:11):
Restroom ever.

Speaker 6 (01:16:13):
That's that's worth it right there.

Speaker 1 (01:16:15):
Yes, it's on the road trip.

Speaker 11 (01:16:16):
Yes, my friend like their apple pies. She raves about
BUCkies apple pies.

Speaker 6 (01:16:23):
Yeah, uh huh yeah, walts.

Speaker 1 (01:16:26):
Again share and that's another one. Of your friends that
probably came.

Speaker 6 (01:16:30):
Oh she grow down. Oh my, let's be clear. All
of my friends can cook, all of them.

Speaker 1 (01:16:37):
I heard nothing about. No damn BUCkies, apple pie. They
got what you're looking for.

Speaker 11 (01:16:45):
All right, guys, we'll have more of the Steve Hardy
Morning Show coming up at thirty three minutes after we'll
play around him.

Speaker 6 (01:16:50):
Would you rather right after this you're listening hard Morning Show,
it's time for a round it. Would you rather?

Speaker 11 (01:16:58):
Would you rather have sex before for you bathe? Or
sex before you brush your teeth?

Speaker 6 (01:17:03):
Which one?

Speaker 1 (01:17:04):
Oh? No, huh, you can't do nothing. I like it
either way. You just you just be up in there,
youk mouth like that, all right? You know you so
damn you kill me if you so damn proper? Boys, boys,

(01:17:26):
you so damn nasty may dog. You ain't always got
time to brush your damn teeth. You just saw you
little bush. Yeah, I can't stand his ass. You got
a little bit of money and all of a sudden,
Oh my god, oh my god, you kissing without brushing
your teeth?

Speaker 10 (01:17:45):
Boy?

Speaker 1 (01:17:47):
All right?

Speaker 11 (01:17:48):
Would you rather give your wife unlimited spending power or
send flowers.

Speaker 6 (01:17:52):
To an X?

Speaker 1 (01:17:53):
I'm not sending an X nothing. No, ain't saying and
she already got that, so.

Speaker 6 (01:17:58):
Hell unlimited spending power to your wife.

Speaker 1 (01:18:01):
Wife, I've been trying to stop over for eighteen years.
It ain't worked. I don't have control over her spending
at all. Dog zero, Better not say nothing. Don't make
too big a deal about it.

Speaker 6 (01:18:14):
Wiping and shopping begin, Yes, all right? Would you rather
be cross eyed or snagger tooth? Which one?

Speaker 1 (01:18:22):
Oh no, no, I gotta be snagger two. I got
to see straight. I got snagger tooth is when teeth
is missing?

Speaker 6 (01:18:31):
Ah right here, yeah, you know on the front he
was a little member.

Speaker 1 (01:18:36):
No, hell no, I can't do that.

Speaker 17 (01:18:37):
I'm gonna be cock eyed. I'm gonna just keep my
head moving. You ain't gonna be able to read that
teleprompt that family all right, that's why I don't know.
Damn way, don't read it.

Speaker 1 (01:18:50):
No way, just do whatever.

Speaker 11 (01:18:53):
Would you rather be a Netflix Would would you rather
a Netflix comedy special that tanks?

Speaker 6 (01:18:59):
Or would you rather a successful TV career?

Speaker 1 (01:19:03):
Well, well, seeing that's how I've never had a Netflix
special of that tank man, I have a very successful
TV career.

Speaker 6 (01:19:16):
I'd rather be me, So that's a very successful TV career.
All right, last one.

Speaker 1 (01:19:25):
And all my specials is good.

Speaker 6 (01:19:28):
Yes, let's be clear people, Let's be clear clear.

Speaker 1 (01:19:33):
I've never released a special or or or stand up
that didn't get good reviews. I've never done that. It
amazes me, though, some people release them and get bad reviews,
and I thought they was really supposed to be you know,
top notch and all that. So you know, it's amazing.
It's amazing though, you know, if you was writing jokes,

(01:19:56):
you know, Chuck, like a lot of comedians, I think
comedians should to focus on writing jokes and not doing
you know, interviews.

Speaker 11 (01:20:05):
All right, that's today's round of would you rather? Coming
up next, we'll have our last break of the day,
and we'll close out the show with the one and
only Steve Harvey. Right after this, you're listening to Harvey
Morning Show.

Speaker 6 (01:20:23):
All right, guys, here we are last break of the day.

Speaker 1 (01:20:27):
It's day today.

Speaker 5 (01:20:29):
Today.

Speaker 1 (01:20:29):
I have some closing remarks too, because it's just someone
it's something that just didn't set well in my spirit. Okay,
so these are closing remarks, and it's pretty much a
continuation of yesterday. Y'all. We have got we have got
to understand what voting is Look, I don't expect anybody

(01:20:55):
to fix or straighten my life up. I don't really
think the cavalry is coming over the hill. But we
have got to continue to show our value. We have
got to continue to do the things to make them
see us, to make them pay attention to us. I'm

(01:21:18):
telling you right now, man, the reason they pay attention
to us right now with this election is because they
know we affected it the last time. We affected the
vote in Michigan. Because when it came down to Detroit,
when it came down to Milwaukee, when it came down

(01:21:40):
to Philly, and when it came down to Atlanta, those
were the big votes they needed. And guess what, when
they went to the counties and communities that are heavily
populated by us, we were the determining factor in the election.
Why do you think Donald Trump and the Republican Party

(01:22:05):
are going out of their way to all of a
sudden focus on black people. Oh man, they focusing, and
they lying to you. They are lying to you. But
they try to put so much importance on every time
they see a black for Trump T shirt. They even
now they have in words for Trump. Do you know

(01:22:27):
that they have T shirts with that only it's just
it's sickening to me, man. But the Republican Party is
paying attention. Man. I've been watching his trial lately, and
they threatened the president, the president, former president Trump with
a gag order, and he said he respects and loves

(01:22:48):
of constitution so much that he'll sacrifice for that any day.
Like if he doesn't freely be able to say what
he want to say about a juror or a judge,
that's his constitutional right, and he'll go to jail for that.
And he's ignorant ass people sitting up here believe it.
Listen to him, He'll stand up, He'll go to jail
for his right of freedom of speech. No, he'll go

(01:23:10):
to jail for his right to defile the court system.
It's called contempt. When you get held in contempt of court,
you can't violate the rules. But he constantly does that,
and he makes you all think it's all right. And
then the sad thing about it is seventy million people
think he's all right. They agree with him. But listen

(01:23:34):
to me, y'all. We have an obligation to vote, we
have a duty to vote. We have something to prove
when we vote. When we vote, we get counted. Now,
listen to me. If you think that this party of
that party is not going to do everything for you,
nobody is. But you can at least affect some of

(01:23:55):
what's going on in here. See, had we voted enough,
had we voted enough, and Trump didn't win that year,
Rowe versus Wade wouldn't have never got overturned. But he
had the power to put in and see somebody in
the Supreme Court. So now guess what. Now they are

(01:24:17):
all on top of women's rights. Now they're telling women
what to do with their body. And you can't do that, man.
And now if you look at what's happening down there
in Florida with Desantas and all these people, and in
Texas turning back diversity and inclusion and equity, they peeling
back all of that, man, because they don't give a

(01:24:40):
damn by diversity, and they don't give a damn about
including you. And if you don't vote, you have the
wrong people in there that can push these policies forward.
That's why voting is mandatory and necessary for black people.
Don't be ignorant and listen to ignorant people. But they
call in on this show sitting up here talking about

(01:25:03):
black people ain't obligated to vote, and quit telling them
that because you part of the system. I'm part of
the system. Dog. You don't know me, but you, just
like everybody else that ain't never met me, you're always
opening your mouth, running your mouth about something about Steve
Harvey that you know little to nothing about. Because I'm

(01:25:23):
gonna tell you something. The one thing about me I
know for a fact, I'm a man's man. They ain't
a man. Meet me, sit down and talk to me that.
Don't come away and go, hey man, here, a real dude, here,
a real man. You may not like me, but you
do respect have to respect me. I'm not gonna let
you disrespect me. And I don't have men walking around

(01:25:45):
talking about he ain't about that, he ain't about this,
not that know me, not that know me. If somebody
talking about me negatively, I promise you they don't know me,
or they wanted something from me and they didn't get it,
and now all of us I ain't this because of that.
Other than that, I can stand on pretty much everything

(01:26:06):
I say. I've been solid, so you can say I'm
part of the system. But no man I'm really part
of the solution and you just happen to be one
of the damn problems. Yeah, you the one that wrote
in yesterday called in talking about stopped telling black people
they obligated to vote. Oh well, one of the stupidest

(01:26:27):
calls I've ever had. It really pissed me off. But
I played your call, man, because I try to say that.
But next time you call in, do my favorite dog
leave your name because you said my name and I
got to deal with it. So next time, just be
mad enough to say your name. I'll be waiting on
you to call back. I know you won't, but I'll

(01:26:47):
be waiting on you. Y'all have a great day today. Hey, y'all,
talk to God. You love to hear from your peace.

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