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Speaker 1 (00:00):
Today show is pre recorded.

Speaker 2 (00:04):
Y'all know what time. I don't know y'all.

Speaker 1 (00:09):
At all at all.

Speaker 3 (00:13):
Given them back a bus bussy.

Speaker 1 (00:24):
Listening to show.

Speaker 4 (00:38):
I don't joy joy.

Speaker 5 (00:53):
The same.

Speaker 2 (00:59):
You know you love?

Speaker 5 (01:06):
You know.

Speaker 6 (01:24):
You gotta turn.

Speaker 7 (01:31):
I can't.

Speaker 8 (01:41):
Got to turn the mouth turn.

Speaker 4 (01:43):
I probably got to turn the mouth the turn out to.

Speaker 1 (01:46):
Turn the word of the mono.

Speaker 2 (01:55):
Come come out your bab I sure will.

Speaker 9 (02:03):
Good morning everybody. You all listen to the voice. Now
come on digny one and only. Steve Harvey got a
radio show one more time partner, Steve Harvey got a
radio show.

Speaker 2 (02:15):

Speaker 9 (02:17):
How amazing is that? How good has God been to me?
How good has he been to you? Just check yourself sometimes,
just sit up and just just run a survey. Just
look at your life. Where it's at. That might not
be where you want it to be, but that's probably
some decisions you made. But really, though, in spite of

all the crazy mistakes I don't made, I mean, man,
I I I look back at some of the decisions
I done came up with, and and man, it's it's
it's just amazing. He let me live. I mean, it's
it's and and and to exist the way I exist.
It does nothing but grace, mercy, favor all that it is.

That's my mama praying for me when I wasn't praying
for myself. It had to be it, because, man, I
can truly tell you I have made enough mistakes man,
stuff you would never even know about, and recovered from
them all you can too, and I don't care what
you've done.

Speaker 2 (03:19):
Marvin Sap has a.

Speaker 9 (03:20):
Song out that says he saw the best in me
when everyone else around me could only see the worst
in me. You know that's an important song man, especially
you know. I want to talk to men today because man,
being a man is so so difficult. Please know it

has been my quest ever since I was a little boy.
My father had one ambition. Son, I don't care what
you do, but when I get through raising you, you
will be a man. That's all I want you to be.
You had what I did for a living. It never
made a difference to him. You're going to be a man.
Manhood is difficult. Now, ladies, just listening to this, I'm

not saying womanhood ain't. I don't know what it takes
to be a woman, so you know, but I do
know exactly what it takes to be a man. So
you know, sometimes when you talk to people on the radio,
you have to preface things because people are just going
he trying to make it look like womanhood.

Speaker 2 (04:25):

Speaker 9 (04:25):
No, That's not what I'm doing. I'm just talking to
men today to explain to them that they ain't by
theyself and struggling trying to figure this thing out, that
you are not alone in your quest for manhood. That
is difficult, I gotta tell you, man manhood is that
kind of difficult, and it becomes even more compounded if

a young boy does not have a male role model.

Speaker 2 (04:52):
I've said it a thousand times. I'll say it again.

Speaker 9 (04:55):
A young boy without a male role model is like
an explorer without a math. Well, I have a suggestion
for everybody that's struggling with manhood and all of the
men out there that are men. This messages for all
of us, and it's for me too.

Speaker 2 (05:10):
You know.

Speaker 9 (05:10):
I was listening to Jeorce Myers the other day and
she made a statement, she said, sometimes you got to
do the right thing even when it feels wrong. You know,
one of the difficulties of manhood is pure pressure and
the misguided principles of manhood. See what God wants us

to be as men and what we believe manhood is.
It is sometimes two different things. I'll give you an example.
I wrote this book for women, right and I was
telling them the three ways that a man shows his love,
and I call them three p's. We profess, we protect,
and we provide. Every man who is a man, that's

how he exhibits love. When I talking to Hokey comforting
with our great nurturists. But when it comes down to it,
what we all want to do, what is in our DNA,
is to profess our love for something you as a woman,
to protect you as a woman, and to provide for
you as a woman. That's in our DNA. Now, sometimes
that gets messed up, and I'll give you an example.

Sometimes when a boy doesn't have the proper, real role
model in his life, he takes that principle of love
that we all possessing us every man, the professing part,
the protecting, and the providing part, and we misplay it.
That's why gangs exist. Gangs exist off those three principles.
What's the first thing a gang member do. He professed,

he claim a hood. That's the first thing you do
this is my neighborhood. I'm deuce Trey, I'm triple hh,
I'm doop, de doop, I'm purple, I'm red, I'm blue.
The first thing they do is claim that's professing. That's
how we show our love.

Speaker 2 (06:56):
But it's misguided though.

Speaker 9 (06:59):
Now we profess and something that ain't even good for us.
Your hood, your gang, your click. Now guess what Now
we got to protect it. So now as a protection
part of our love.

Speaker 2 (07:12):
Here we go.

Speaker 9 (07:13):
You come down here, We're gonna do this to you.
You go over there, they gonna do that to you.
You protect your hood, this your turf, this all you got.
Ain't nobody coming down here with blue on. Can't nobody
come over here with red on. You can't come over
here with purple on. You can't come over here with
black and gold on. And we and we protect that
because that's in our DNA. And then what's the third

thing we provide? So guess what the gang need money?
Guess what we do. We selling drugs, were selling women,
we're selling guns.

Speaker 2 (07:44):
It go back to the same thing. Man.

Speaker 9 (07:46):
I don't know how God gave it to me that
way when I was writing a book, but he showed
it to me along the way. That's how men love
well when you don't have a role model in your life.
Guess what now that love is misplaced, is misguided. It's
off track. Ain't no man and told you that, really
you're supposed to take this love and give it to
a woman. You're really supposed to profess, protect and provide

for a woman, not your gang set. Now you professing
your hood, repping the color, you protecting your territory, shooting
people driving by, coming over you on your street, and
then you provide.

Speaker 2 (08:17):
Now you're out here selling drugs and guns for the
same thing.

Speaker 9 (08:20):
When a boy does not have a male role model,
he has a misguided way of looking at manhood. Here's
the deal. See, God created all of us in his image.
That means He's put some of our DNA in him.
That's why it's in your DNA to profess, protect, and
provide because guess what, that's what God do for us,

because we His children. I'm just talking to me in
right now. I'm just telling you, man, I had to
wake up about five years ago. I wasn't doing what
God wanted me to do, and then he shook me.
He said, man, I'm gonna bring about some changes in
your life. I'm gonna cause some things to that's gonna
put you in a position. And this time you're gonna

listen to me, because if you don't, you're gonna keep
living in this pain you've been in. But you put
yourself in this pain. I owe no blame to no
one else but myself. Please know, I know that. And
that's how you really get to manhood. When you figure
out what you did ben done wrong. You can't blame
this on none of your exceses because you a man.
You can't go my xd this No, No, you a man, Pardner.

You got to take responsibility for yours and yours alone.
If you got kids, you got to get to them
some kind of way. Write them a letter, send them
the money. If she won't let you see it, for
the money, whatever, send the money to a mama.

Speaker 2 (09:40):
Do what you're supposed to do as a man.

Speaker 9 (09:42):
Do what God wants you to do, man, because he's
not letting us off the hook for what we're supposed
to be just because you ain't doing it. And if
you do it, you turn your life around. Just hollering
that to fellas today, that's all sorry.

Speaker 10 (09:55):
About that you're listening. Morning show.

Speaker 9 (10:02):
Ladies and gentlemen, you know, welcome again to the ride
of the Steve Harvey Morning Show today.

Speaker 2 (10:10):
How can I put this to you?

Speaker 9 (10:12):
I just think, Man, well, now I can't. I'm out
of ways to do it. I'm just out of ways
to do it. I can't find a new way to
tell you to be grateful. Now I know new ways
to tell you how good God is. If you don't
notice by now, you're not paying attention. If you're a
regular listener, you're already on board with it. That's why

you tune in for it. So congratulations for realizing that
God is your greatest of all time.

Speaker 2 (10:42):
There's none greater.

Speaker 9 (10:43):
There's no superlative or adjective that can probably give him
the dude the credit and the description of what he does.
I am simply in awe of how he manages somehow to.

Speaker 2 (10:56):
Do it over and over and over again. And I
know that.

Speaker 9 (11:01):
This is incredible because I don't know anybody else who
could do what he does.

Speaker 2 (11:06):
Period. That's God, all right.

Speaker 9 (11:10):
Charlie Strawberry Mississippi Monica Junior, and the legend that is
Nephew Tommy Jr.

Speaker 2 (11:19):
Oh Well, what's going on.

Speaker 8 (11:21):
Man, you know you know this, it was going good.

Speaker 9 (11:26):
I can always tell y'all don't know how I can tell,
but I can always.

Speaker 2 (11:29):
Yeah, it was going good.

Speaker 8 (11:30):
It was it was going good.

Speaker 11 (11:32):
But I'm putting God to let this woman put more
pressure on me because now we have to get a dog.
And this is something I'm not looking forward to because
the type of dog I don't.

Speaker 3 (11:46):
I don't want y'all gonna lose that dog.

Speaker 8 (11:50):
That's part of the time. We've got no fence.

Speaker 11 (11:54):
Why we need the dog, but the dog she won't.

Speaker 2 (11:58):
You don't need no petty on front. Gee.

Speaker 11 (12:01):
So whenlet's just get the necessary stuff, then we can
worry about the dog.

Speaker 8 (12:05):
But she wanted your wall. I'm gonna be responsible for
the dog because you go to work. I work my home.

Speaker 11 (12:10):
So when you leave, I got the dog. I don't
want no dog that ain't tough. Me and the dog
can't have the same voice. That's one thing that's first
of all, that's out because you don't know if.

Speaker 2 (12:23):
The criminal in the laughing.

Speaker 1 (12:31):
Hey, hey man, hey, why I am here?

Speaker 10 (12:37):
Get out?

Speaker 12 (12:38):
Get out?

Speaker 2 (12:38):
I call the ponice.

Speaker 9 (12:43):
That's what that sounded like, by junior. If you get
the dog without the fence. Just put him in the backyard.
He gonna be gone.

Speaker 8 (12:50):
I ain't thinking about that.

Speaker 11 (12:52):
I didn't know dogs cause the dog cost fifteen, one
hundred dollars up fifteen.

Speaker 9 (12:58):
That's no go down to the shelter. Oh yeah, so
get one from the shelters. They give away dogs they
fin to put to sleep. Save way the dogs lives.
Dog do something good, give one of them. Dogs is
on death Road down now, said he'd be glad to
go home with you because he'd have seen dogs come

up missing down there on death Road down.

Speaker 2 (13:24):
Okay, dogs are smart.

Speaker 9 (13:27):
They know no nobody want them. That's why when they
you come in there, they all jump up to the
front of the cake.

Speaker 13 (13:34):
Coming up in thirty two minutes. That we'll hear from
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Speaker 1 (14:26):
Okay, thank you for your.

Speaker 13 (14:28):
Donations, and we're going to switch gears right now, and
it's time for the neft to run that prank back nef,
what you got ya?

Speaker 2 (14:35):
Hey, here we go, Shirley.

Speaker 3 (14:37):
Guess who's moving next door? Guess who's moving next door?
Let's go catch Hello.

Speaker 5 (14:44):
I'm trying to reach us, Dophin Dolan, Nolan Dolan, mister Dolan.

Speaker 6 (14:50):
Answer, how you doing?

Speaker 5 (14:52):
My name is.

Speaker 6 (14:54):
Cliffer Cooper. Yeah, what can I do for you?

Speaker 2 (14:57):

Speaker 5 (14:58):
You you live at.

Speaker 6 (15:01):
Judge out Drawn. Why do you want to know that?

Speaker 10 (15:04):

Speaker 5 (15:04):
Actually I'm at sixteen twenty three. I bought I bought
the I actually bought the house that was for sale
next door to you.

Speaker 14 (15:12):
Okay, well, well congratulations, But how did you get my number?

Speaker 5 (15:15):
Actually the realtor told me that he had your number
because I said I wanted to reach out to the
neighbors next door, and he told me that mister Nolan
was actually the person next door and he didn't think
you would mind me me actually getting the number. Okay, well,
I'll talk.

Speaker 6 (15:31):
With a real layer. But what can I do for you, sir?

Speaker 5 (15:34):
What I wanted to know is do you have any
problems like living next door to two black people?

Speaker 15 (15:40):
I'm sorry, what did you just ask me?

Speaker 6 (15:43):
I mean, like, you know, like.

Speaker 5 (15:44):
I said, I just bought the place next door, and
I wanted to know, do you have any problems, you know,
living next door to black people?

Speaker 14 (15:52):
No, sir, I have no problem. I'm assuming you're a
black man, and I have no problem with that. I
judge people by their actions off their color.

Speaker 5 (16:01):
Okay, now do you do you do you have any
any black people experience?

Speaker 2 (16:05):

Speaker 14 (16:05):
Yeah, I've worked with, gone to school with, have several
friends of many different ethnicities.

Speaker 6 (16:11):
Uh, but what is it? What's this?

Speaker 15 (16:14):
How is this relatives?

Speaker 5 (16:15):
Well, you know, like I said, I'm gonna be I'm
gonna be living next to you, and I'm just making
sure that you know you and I can coincide or
coexist relative on the same block and not really have
a problem with one another, basically, is what I'm trying
to say.

Speaker 6 (16:28):
Well, do you have a problem with white people? No?

Speaker 5 (16:31):
No, No, I don't have a sound white people.

Speaker 6 (16:33):
I'm cool.

Speaker 5 (16:34):
I'm just I'm just trying to make sure you know,
I mean, because me and you already have a bit
of a problem already, you know, or we do. Yeah, yeah,
we we have a problem.

Speaker 15 (16:44):
I mean, I'm bothering me while on that work.

Speaker 6 (16:46):
What's your problem?

Speaker 5 (16:48):
Okay? Well my problem is this is that, you know,
after purchasing the property, I went downtown to the city
and actually looked at, you know, the the layout of
this entire property. And when I look at it, you
actually twenty five close to thirty feet over the property.

Speaker 6 (17:04):
Last Oh no, you look at the wrong map.

Speaker 5 (17:07):
No, no, the fifth that separates my backyard from your backyard.
You are thirty feet over that.

Speaker 15 (17:13):
That's impossible, you know. No, listen, and I know it is.

Speaker 6 (17:16):
Let me.

Speaker 5 (17:16):
Let me let me tell you, uh, look at you
got a jakuzie in.

Speaker 6 (17:20):
Your backyard, right, So you've been given spying on me.

Speaker 5 (17:23):
No, I haven't been spying on you, sir. I'm just
telling you closer that not far from that frist line don't.
Don't you have a jakouzie there?

Speaker 6 (17:30):
Well, as a matter of fact, I do, yes.

Speaker 5 (17:33):
Okay, So now the pool is the pool is okay,
But what if I if I pushed that fence line
back thirty it actually get the property that I'm supposed.

Speaker 6 (17:41):
To have I pretty much own.

Speaker 15 (17:43):
Yo, Yo, you'll yo jakouzi, you'll hot to Dansi.

Speaker 6 (17:47):
Okay, let me tell you something.

Speaker 15 (17:48):
I've been in that house for ten years.

Speaker 14 (17:50):
We put that fence up when we moved in, and
it was based on the property line that was that
was the set.

Speaker 6 (17:57):
When ten years ago.

Speaker 15 (17:58):
I don't know what you're looking an app but my
fense is not moving.

Speaker 14 (18:02):
My jacuzzi is not moving, and there's there's no changing map.

Speaker 5 (18:07):
Okay, well, let me let me let me. I'm glad
you just give you a voice what you wanted the
boys not not not not non you hear you hear
a whole clipping out. Let me tell you so. Uh,
Either we're gonna take the fish line and movie where
it's supposed to be, or we're gonna put a gate
between I two yards and I'm gonna be able to
come and get in Missiskozi and pool whatever I want

to all.

Speaker 15 (18:28):
Right, let's let's let's let's.

Speaker 6 (18:29):
Talk about this.

Speaker 15 (18:30):
First of all, there's.

Speaker 6 (18:31):
Not gonna be a date, okay.

Speaker 15 (18:34):
And as far as you just coming over and.

Speaker 6 (18:36):
Getting in the jacuzzie and.

Speaker 14 (18:37):
Will uh, I got a real problem with that. Uh
you've called me at work. I'm on the job and
I'm having to listen to this on a future neighbor
who's making weird claims about how he owns.

Speaker 15 (18:50):
Part of my wam that I.

Speaker 5 (18:53):
Hold the jauzie.

Speaker 16 (18:54):
Sir, No, you did not pay for that jacuzzie.

Speaker 15 (18:58):
You did not pay for that tense. You just shout
up making he called me at work, and and and
and then you have me some.

Speaker 6 (19:06):
Story with no evidence.

Speaker 16 (19:08):
I'll go down to the city hall and look at those
papers myself.

Speaker 15 (19:13):
Down the word you're saying.

Speaker 6 (19:15):
I've been there for ten years.

Speaker 15 (19:17):
I've had ten other neighbors in that backyard.

Speaker 16 (19:20):
You're gonna cycle through once a year, I swear, And
I've never had any problems with him until you come along.

Speaker 6 (19:26):
This is some Okay.

Speaker 5 (19:28):
Well, I'll tell you what. Here's something you need to understand.
You got a new black neighbor, and you got a
new black neighbor that owns party owns your jacuzi because
you're over the fence line, all right, And as soon
as I move in, I'm coming and I'm getting in
my jacuzie, you will, man, You know what I mean,
Just no move into that. I'm gonna use a jacuzia

on Monday, Wednday and Friday. You won't get it on Tuesday, Thursday,
on the weekend. That's it, because Bardi is down. Zakouzy
belongs to me. The zacuzia at home, my black man
at a white man man. We gonna get along lot
of line.

Speaker 16 (20:02):
Look here, little listen, hear you to you to dictate
what days I get to use my yakouzi because it's
not shot coming.

Speaker 5 (20:09):
Over to mind, you're not just you were crying. It's
our yakuzi because you you built that. That's the only
thing that makes it yours. It being on my part
of the property, I was making mine. So therefore we're
gonna shot his damn jakuzie and we're gonna try to
get up my jacuzzi.

Speaker 6 (20:26):
I'm passing you're across the fence.

Speaker 5 (20:29):
I will be there on Monday's Wednesdays, and you ain't
gonna be.

Speaker 16 (20:32):
I'll be standing at my yakouzzie with a shotgun. You
take one step over to my property, my property line.
I swear if I could jump through this phone, I'd.

Speaker 6 (20:41):
Wring your neck.

Speaker 5 (20:42):
You know who's gonna be in there with me?

Speaker 6 (20:44):
Who gonna be in there?

Speaker 5 (20:45):
I'm gonna have cutting hell in the damn Jacuz Who
cutting hell?

Speaker 15 (20:51):
My coworkers?

Speaker 6 (20:53):
What the hey?

Speaker 5 (20:55):
Man, this is nephew. Tell me, man, you're born cutting hell?
Got me the play phone call you man, We got
you running. Hey, I got one more thing to ask you, man,
what is the baddest that I mean, the baddest radio

show in the land, the Steve Harvey Radius.

Speaker 17 (21:21):
Enough for you, I'll wackon out same stupid coming up
next to as the COLO Chief Love Officer Steve Harvey.
You're listening Steve Harvey Morning Show, coming up at the
top of the hour. In Entertainment News, House of the
Dragon returns this Sunday on Max Nick Cannon has his
baby makers insured.

Speaker 1 (21:43):
For ten million dollars. We'll tell you about that.

Speaker 13 (21:46):
He's looking forward, he says, to spending Father's Day with
his kids, all twelve of them. That's all coming up
at the top of the hour. But right now it
is time to ask the CLO our chief love Officer,
Steve Harvey.

Speaker 1 (21:58):
All right, Steve, this is I'm from Doug and Laurel.

Speaker 13 (22:02):
Doug writes, my ex wife and I co parent our
sixteen year old son. I pay his tuition and I
deposit money in his account. He has a credit card
that I pay monthly, and I pay his card note.
My ex wants me to give her money to feed
our son. Should I feel bad for saying no?

Speaker 9 (22:20):
Well, this is real simple for me to answer, cause
my father I don't know what you're talking about.

Speaker 2 (22:27):
All this you do?

Speaker 9 (22:27):
He's sixteen? How he got a card note at sixteen
and you paying it? How he get a credit card
at sixteen and you paying it? Because I can tell
you right now in the words of my father, you
can make a decision. You can either eat that card
payment or you can eat that credit card payment.

Speaker 2 (22:49):
Which one we want to eat cause we ain't no
more my father.

Speaker 9 (22:54):
First of all, I'm no, I didn't even get a
card sixteen lit on a card note, and I damn
sure didn't get a credit card.

Speaker 1 (23:02):
Wow, So don't into your account, hey man.

Speaker 2 (23:11):
My father.

Speaker 9 (23:14):
Has never in the forty three years he was in
my life. My father has never deposited of water into
a bank account that I had.

Speaker 2 (23:29):
I promise you he had.

Speaker 1 (23:31):
That's what the sixteen year old kid is getting that.

Speaker 2 (23:34):
That to me, man, it's like it's like alarmy.

Speaker 9 (23:36):
Now. I know they co parenting, so you know, you
gotta you want to show you care and all like that.
But y'all y'all doing it's a lot this. This is
a very privileged young sixteen year old.

Speaker 2 (23:48):
He want to eat. Why don't he get a job
so we can eat?

Speaker 1 (23:53):
And anybody thought of this, Wow, that's a good one.

Speaker 2 (23:58):
Dog, there's no way my house. No, you no, come
on right next.

Speaker 13 (24:03):
Me, shild All right, if you're done with that one cherish,
you know, Orlando says. My boyfriend's dad whispered to me
that he could see through my dress. I blushed and
asked him what's up? He said, he wants to buy
me a new dress. He flashed some cash, so I
flashed him some hmmm wow, but uh huh, he wants

to see more. How can he do this to his son?
Should I see what's up with his dad or not?

Speaker 9 (24:31):
You flashed a minute? How can he do this to
his son? I don't know, how could you do this
to your to your man. You flashed, he you giggle.
Both of y'all are line.

Speaker 2 (24:47):
Yeah, flash for cash, you know. But obviously you and
the boyfriend can't be that serious. You can't.

Speaker 9 (24:55):
Matter of fact, you can't be serious at all. Now
I know I know of a young man who took
his girlfriend to.

Speaker 2 (25:06):
Meet his father.

Speaker 9 (25:08):
Okay, I do know that, and I do know that
the man ended up marrying his son's girlfriend.

Speaker 1 (25:18):
Oh wow, Oh I've.

Speaker 2 (25:20):
Seen this in my life before. So I have this is.

Speaker 1 (25:29):
So do the dad and son still get along?

Speaker 9 (25:33):
Yeah? H that's first time over? You know, wow, probably
was the last two. But you know she did the numbers,
you know, after she met dadd and she did the numbers.
The rhythmetic was what in one was too?

Speaker 1 (25:53):
Turns out all right. Moving on to.

Speaker 13 (25:59):
Briell san Antonio, Brielle says, for Father's Day, I organized
a brunch for my stepfather and my step siblings. Then
this man raised me and is a big part of
my life. My biological father wants to come too. I
don't want a slight either one of them. And what
do I do in this situation?

Speaker 2 (26:19):
Okay? She organized a brunch for her father.

Speaker 13 (26:21):
In law, her stepdad, and her step brothers and sisters.
But her biological dad wants to come. Now, the stepdad
is the one who raised her, and it's a big
part of No.

Speaker 9 (26:34):
No, no, no, no, not that you can't come to
this dinner. Yeah no, this dinner is for the dude
to put the time in. You can get another day.
I'm gonna buy your car. I'll come over there after dinner.
But no, I'm gonna give him his due. You can't
come sit in. I'm the real father and all that
that go somewhere with that old Disney dad mess. This

man to put in all the work and all the
effort being.

Speaker 2 (26:58):
There, he raised, raised you, and then here you call
ms Father's day. I'm coming to the dinner. No you ain't.
He ain't coming, No damn.

Speaker 13 (27:07):
Well yeah, but she has some sort of guilt because
she doesn't want to slight either one of them.

Speaker 1 (27:13):
But in this situation, well.

Speaker 9 (27:15):
I mean, do you why don't your father need to
feel one need to be feeling guilty?

Speaker 1 (27:20):
Yes, not you.

Speaker 9 (27:22):
You ain't slighting. Nobody one of them raised you, the
other one didn't. The slight was on the one who
made you who didn't do his job. That's right there,
y'all kill me.

Speaker 13 (27:31):
And you know you know he's going to be at
the brunch Colo flexen real dad, I mean biological dad.

Speaker 2 (27:39):
You know it all right?

Speaker 13 (27:41):
Last one, yeah, last one. This is from Javia in Southampton.
Javia says, when I was in college, I had a
one night stand with a white guy. That was eight
years ago. I told my husband about it, and he
cannot let it go. He keeps saying he's just that
I would even do a white guy so much for

being honest with him?

Speaker 1 (28:04):
Why is he so upset? How do I get him
to forget it ever happened?

Speaker 2 (28:09):
Why did you tell him that?

Speaker 1 (28:11):
I don't know?

Speaker 2 (28:11):

Speaker 6 (28:12):

Speaker 2 (28:12):
What? The hell?

Speaker 9 (28:14):
How many times I gotta tell y'all shut your damn
mouth and telling y'all about that honest? I have told
y'all about honesty. I have told you over and over
and old. Honesty is an ignorant.

Speaker 17 (28:28):
Ass policy, not the best policy.

Speaker 9 (28:35):
Honesty is an ignorant ass policy.

Speaker 2 (28:40):
You can't just be honest with people. How do I
look today?

Speaker 9 (28:44):

Speaker 2 (28:44):
You look like you say?

Speaker 9 (28:45):
Fat ass? You look yesterday? You can't say that? Do
you like my hair?

Speaker 2 (28:52):
Oh? Wow? Baby, that's nice. I can't go. I ain't
ever liked your hair.

Speaker 13 (28:58):
Coming up, thank you, Hello, Coming up at the top
of the hour. We'll have some entertainment news for you
right after this.

Speaker 10 (29:05):
You're listening Morning show.

Speaker 13 (29:10):
All right, So the global phenomenon House of the Dragon
is back, Yes it is. We are all fans of
Game of Thrones. But House of the Dragon, of course,
is set two hundred years before the events that happened
in Game of Thrones. It's the movies. They can do

it all, Steve. This happened before Game of Thrones took place.
It tells the story of the House of Targerian, and
this season has more betrayal, more shocking twists, and of
course more dragons.

Speaker 1 (29:42):
And that's what we love. No, no, no, no, this
is Canaris, Yeah.

Speaker 8 (29:53):
Her blood lanister, yeah name right now.

Speaker 1 (29:58):

Speaker 13 (29:59):
But anyway, the House Targerian is feuding over who should
be the successor to the Iron Throne. West Roast is
on the brink of civil war between Team Green and
Team Black. There are two sides to every story, and
when both sides have dragons, the choice is to bend
the knee or to burn. Okay, those are your choices.

Either you bow down or you burn. Hou's in the Dragon.

Speaker 8 (30:28):
Dragons that's the.

Speaker 13 (30:34):
House in the Dragon returns for season two this Sunday,
June sixteenth, on Max. I'm all in and I have
been waiting for season two.

Speaker 1 (30:42):

Speaker 9 (30:45):
Have they finished the season, Like, can I be watch
all of them?

Speaker 5 (30:49):

Speaker 2 (30:49):
Yo, you can do it.

Speaker 8 (30:50):
You can do it on Max.

Speaker 2 (30:51):

Speaker 1 (30:53):
They all then watched season one for sure?

Speaker 8 (30:55):
No, no, no, no season We talk about season one?

Speaker 9 (30:57):
Season one already seen season one on Oh, well then
you got it, you got it. I watch all that,
I just don't remember, like y'all, I don't know who
the lanis is?

Speaker 8 (31:07):
And Tiger.

Speaker 2 (31:12):
Did you say Tiger Knill?

Speaker 9 (31:14):
And then sometimes I'll be watching it get confused till
I'll be going where speak of it.

Speaker 2 (31:20):
I'll be saying stuff like that.

Speaker 1 (31:22):
All right, we're moving on through entertainment.

Speaker 9 (31:25):
And like if a hobbit run across the screen, it
wouldn't like throw me off or none.

Speaker 2 (31:30):
Hey raid on hearing that little dude, he gangster.

Speaker 9 (31:38):
To me, He'll walk everything, all right.

Speaker 13 (31:44):
So last week, Nick Cannon, the father of twelve children,
purchased a ten million dollar insurance policy for his testicles.

Speaker 2 (31:52):
This is real.

Speaker 11 (31:53):

Speaker 13 (31:54):
In twenty twenty two alone, Nick fathered five of his
children with five different women. The La Times reported that
after Nick ensured his testicles, he stated that he now
quote has the most valuable balls, so it was time
to give them the credit they deserve. And Nick Cannon
is back in the news this week as he told

people that he is looking forward to spending Father's Day
this Sunday with all of his children. Nick said, it's
supposed to be the day where I get to rest,
but I want to give all my kids the opportunity
to connect and give me gifts and all.

Speaker 1 (32:29):
That type of stuff.

Speaker 13 (32:30):
Nick says he expects to get some Macaroni necklaces and
some construction paper cards from the Little One. So, Steve,
the question to you is you have seven children, eight grandchildren.
You have any advice for Nick for this Father's Day
coming up?

Speaker 2 (32:44):
Well, I'm gonna just say this.

Speaker 9 (32:45):
If I get a Macaroni necklace or a construction paper card,
I'm gonna kill all of my child No, I'm not
put that out there right now.

Speaker 10 (32:53):
Really, from the.

Speaker 9 (32:55):
Little one, Nick, I don't know, no, I don't know
no about Nick's kids. I really stay away from that
I don't really. You know, Nick, dang in there. You
can get your test because or insured and all that
antybody gonna buy them. I gonna tell you that right now.

Speaker 18 (33:16):
What insurance company gave you ten million on ten million apiece?

Speaker 2 (33:21):
You can only get them insured.

Speaker 9 (33:23):
So something would have to happen to them, and they
already know that ain't gonna happen because anything happened to him,
You're gonna be dead anyway.

Speaker 2 (33:30):
You have been hitting yours real hall. You think Irena live?

Speaker 9 (33:34):
Oh yeah, I've had four near death experience and all
every time I thought I was gonna die, I got
hit right there.

Speaker 2 (33:42):
Wow, the whole boom, get.

Speaker 1 (33:45):
Bright, Happy Father's Day.

Speaker 9 (33:49):
We got the first time it happened. You ride your
bike and your footstep off the pedal. That's the first
time it happened.

Speaker 2 (33:57):
All right, all right?

Speaker 9 (33:59):
I wanted to go old bike after that. I talk
about that.

Speaker 1 (34:05):
I want to get to this because this is for
Tommy Sure.

Speaker 13 (34:08):
It's officially World Naked Bike Ride Season. These naked bike
rides take place every year internationally.

Speaker 1 (34:17):
The Naked Bike Ride event.

Speaker 13 (34:18):
Was created as a worldwide protest against our dependency on oil.
Each year, the rides gained more momentum as people strip
down and ride through US cities and bear it all
for a good cause. If you're interested in this sort
of thing. Here are the top five US cities for
naked biking. Coming in at number five and he guesses

New York l A l A. Number four. Number four
is Seattle.

Speaker 8 (34:45):
It's gotta be some white places times.

Speaker 13 (34:47):
Oh and Tommy, this is this is for you can
do this. Number three is Philadelphia. Aren't you about to tape?

Speaker 3 (34:53):
Ready to learn when they ride and what date we ride?
I'm about to shoot, ready to love and fit?

Speaker 2 (34:59):
What date is in love?

Speaker 1 (35:04):
It's the seat.

Speaker 9 (35:05):
There's nowhere I could be naked on the bike seat.
I have got to have some draws.

Speaker 1 (35:11):
Chicago's number two, what huh?

Speaker 2 (35:17):

Speaker 13 (35:18):
Straight up Michigan, and the number one city for naked
bike riding is Portland.

Speaker 1 (35:24):
Portland's model for their.

Speaker 13 (35:25):
Annual naked bike ride is as bare as you dare,
so we know Tommy.

Speaker 1 (35:30):
Would do it.

Speaker 3 (35:31):
I do La, I do Philly, Yes, I do Orgon.
I ain't riding through Chicago. I'm not cutting out on
me if I'm gonna get on this bike seat.

Speaker 13 (35:44):
Coming in twenty minutes after the hour Steve Harvey has
a special message for the Steve Harvey Nation.

Speaker 1 (35:50):
You don't want to miss it right after this.

Speaker 10 (35:52):
You're listening Harvey Morning Show.

Speaker 13 (35:55):
We've been telling you all week about Saint Jude, and
Saint Jude is in the business of finding cures and
saving children. When Saint Jude opened back in nineteen sixty two,
childhood cancer was considered largely incurable. Since then, Saint Jude
has helped push the overall survival rate from twenty percent
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until no child dies from cancer. So, Steve, you have
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Speaker 2 (36:27):
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think when they get cancer? I mean, man, how how

unfair is that? You know, they ain't been smoking, they
ain't been drinking. You know, they ain't did nothing new
call they just got it and it's a horrible thing
for the parents man to sit there and watch these.

Speaker 2 (37:05):
Children go through this.

Speaker 9 (37:06):
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Speaker 13 (39:39):
Now switching gears here coming up next to thirty four
minutes after, it's Roscoe Wallace in the building.

Speaker 10 (39:44):
Right after this, you're listening Morning show.

Speaker 13 (39:49):
All right, ladies and gentlemen, as promised, he is here.

Speaker 2 (39:53):
Here, Stay stay here, stay ready.

Speaker 9 (39:56):
Very ain't nothing going on but the writ.

Speaker 2 (40:02):
Whether Sheller was going our colleague.

Speaker 1 (40:04):
Here today, No, sir, she is not. She's out today.

Speaker 2 (40:09):
I'm here, Julian.

Speaker 5 (40:11):
What's it?

Speaker 2 (40:12):
Roscoe? My hero boy, my.

Speaker 3 (40:14):
Man, Tommy tom. We're going on with your baby, Roscoe.
You're the man, Baby, you're the man.

Speaker 9 (40:20):
I see all the I know, I know, I see
all the players in the building.

Speaker 8 (40:23):
We're going ahead.

Speaker 2 (40:24):
Girl with the fore head.

Speaker 1 (40:25):
What's up, miss? We all have four heads? All right, listen,
I'll write a.

Speaker 2 (40:36):
Song for you.

Speaker 1 (40:41):
You know, June is black music mom, So we were
thinking we'd like to.

Speaker 9 (40:45):
Know what you No, no, no, no, no no no,
you got that. I am black music mom.

Speaker 2 (40:53):
The hell is June. Don't nobody know jewel June today?

Speaker 1 (41:00):

Speaker 13 (41:00):
Yeah, so you are black so so like, what kind
of music do you like?

Speaker 1 (41:06):
You like nineties?

Speaker 15 (41:07):
R and B.

Speaker 2 (41:09):
All like number at all B? Babe on around.

Speaker 1 (41:12):
You don't like country If.

Speaker 9 (41:14):
It ain't R B, they ain't blues, they ain't whatever.
Black folk wrote that that's what I do?

Speaker 1 (41:20):
Okay, all right?

Speaker 9 (41:22):
Don nobody give damn about bluegrass. None of that blue
grass ain't even got a chart. When the last time
you heard anybody say top one hundred bluegrass hit?

Speaker 2 (41:34):
Cause I ain't nothing.

Speaker 13 (41:37):
So your all time favorite is R and B? Curiously,
what's your all time favorite R.

Speaker 1 (41:42):
And B song?

Speaker 2 (41:43):
That weird old world little holiday?

Speaker 9 (41:45):
Can't have a little you know, I love Frankie building
Maze after the Morning after you.

Speaker 2 (41:52):
I know, I bought you on myself. I wore no
blame and no one he now real I can't it.
Oh believe you. I try to go ahead.

Speaker 1 (42:15):
What was it I was gonna say? This Sunday is
Father's Day? You have children?

Speaker 2 (42:19):
Right? Oh? Yeah, yeah, I got to.

Speaker 9 (42:21):
I got I got more kids than Nick Cannon got.
As a matter of fact, Nick Cannon.

Speaker 1 (42:29):
My boy, you're Nick Cannon's daddy.

Speaker 9 (42:35):
I mean, I'm Nick cannon daddy. How many kids I got?
Who you think Nick got it from I've been turning
my baby. I've been turned out kid like I've been
turned out here. I ain't got you know all I did.
I was on tour one time, so I got a baby.

I got a baby in every major city.

Speaker 1 (43:01):
Because you were unsure. Wow, it's a lot amazing.

Speaker 9 (43:04):
I got ninety two kids, A lot I got.

Speaker 7 (43:08):
Yeah, I got ninety two kids. Don't know what we're
doing without you? Ninety two kids. I got a kid
in there every sing I wanted a.

Speaker 1 (43:21):
Little too, So in honor of that.

Speaker 13 (43:24):
It's Father's Day coming up, So a song to dedicate
to all the dads out there.

Speaker 1 (43:29):
How about a little Papa was rolling Stone.

Speaker 9 (43:32):
I always love my daddy. He's my favorite man.

Speaker 1 (43:39):
Okay, I always live my daddy.

Speaker 2 (43:43):
He's the one man.

Speaker 9 (43:47):
Somebody don't know they daddy, but I was lucky enough
to know mine. Thank god, Daddy, you can stay your
ass away from mine.

Speaker 2 (44:03):
He's my dad. By my I said, I'm Nick Cannon's dad.

Speaker 9 (44:13):
I got booth keys, Nick, I'm Nick Canny's dad.

Speaker 1 (44:19):
Thin it's out Roscoe, Happy father, Nick?

Speaker 2 (44:22):
Never ever top.

Speaker 1 (44:24):
This prank phone call? Coming up next?

Speaker 2 (44:26):
Have today?

Speaker 10 (44:27):
Nick, you're listening morning show coming up.

Speaker 1 (44:33):
At about four minutes after the hour.

Speaker 13 (44:35):
It's my Strawberry letter for today and the subject is
can you please stop touching me? Let's get into that
find out what that's all about. It's pretty obvious. It's
it's time now for today's prank phone call. And the
nephew is here. What do you have next?

Speaker 2 (44:54):
I am here.

Speaker 3 (44:55):
You didn't fall and you ain't getting no money? Almost
they had one more game. You didn't fall and you
ain't getting no money.

Speaker 11 (45:05):
Now, hey tell me that something somebody black you're talking to?
Of course, okay, because if they failed, they won't they money?

Speaker 3 (45:13):
Yes, okay, but I'm just letting you know if you
didn't fall and you didn't get no and you're not
getting no money. Now, let's go get though. That's all
I got to say to you now in the where
the cannonbury of Mama Nah. Hello, I'm trying to reach
a Glinda and Police. How you doing? My name is Brad.
I'm actually with the A and C Department Accidents and Conditions.

Wanted to give you a call and see how you're
doing this morning?

Speaker 2 (45:40):
Great? Great?

Speaker 3 (45:41):
Now I am the uh the Accident and Condition coordinated
The last person that had goes to before actually issuing
out a check and just wanted to give you a
call and see how everything is going going. Have you
Have you been to the doctor on your fall and
just just wanted to do a follow up with you
and make sure everything is okay.

Speaker 12 (46:00):
Yeah, everything is just fine.

Speaker 2 (46:01):
Thank you.

Speaker 3 (46:02):
Have you needed to do any rehabilitation work or anything
like that. This is just a random procedure of all
the notes that I have to write down, and like
I said, this is the final step of getting you
out of check. Now, the last I heard, you were
offered two thousand dollars?

Speaker 2 (46:17):
Is that correct?

Speaker 12 (46:18):
If you work there, you go as supervisor, You wouldn't
know all that if you were there.

Speaker 3 (46:23):
Okay, Well, I'm just looking at the file that I have. Man,
I don't have everything else.

Speaker 12 (46:27):
You've got that wrote down? That's what they offer.

Speaker 3 (46:30):
Okay, Well listen, here's what we're doing. I've also been
brought some other records. Is this the first time you've
actually had an incident like this? What is this the
first time you've had an incident of actually falling?

Speaker 12 (46:45):
Yeah, yeah, that's my first time.

Speaker 3 (46:47):
Okay, Well, actually, what we're doing looking over the records
here I've got some actual incidents that it seems like
you've actually fallen several times in other places. And what
I'm having to do here, ma'am, is let you know
that I am not going to sign off on this
at all. So the money that has meant offered to you,

I am no longer going to be. I'm not going
to confirm this check to go out to you. I
don't think that there's anything wrong with you. I don't
think that you have a problem. I think that there's
something that you deliberately did in one of our stores.

Speaker 12 (47:23):
I could cure less of that. What you think what
happened was that was on the floor. I feel I'm
they gonna have to pay for the claim either way
it go.

Speaker 3 (47:33):
No, we're not gonna, actually, ma'am. What I'm gonna have
to do is get you to come down and.

Speaker 12 (47:38):
Sign an agreement nowhere.

Speaker 3 (47:41):
Yes, I'm gonna need you to come down and sign
an agreement that you actually made this whole thing up,
and I need that.

Speaker 12 (47:47):
I'm not coming nowhere.

Speaker 3 (47:49):
Look, ma'am, I don't care if you come down or
I have to come down and haul your sin, because
I'm not signing over a check to you for somebody
that deliberately laid down in the floor and act like something.

Speaker 12 (47:58):
Was wrong with them and mine deliberately done. How exactly
it was. Witnesses, you need to talk to them.

Speaker 2 (48:07):
I've spoken to every witness and you know what, ma'am.

Speaker 12 (48:10):
Everyone, thank you to every witness. Because my friend was there,
have spoken to her.

Speaker 2 (48:15):
There's a lot of people that assume that you're lying.

Speaker 12 (48:18):
Well, I don't care what they assume.

Speaker 2 (48:21):
Man, let me explain something. We can take this thing further.

Speaker 3 (48:24):
I even have you on video actually deliberately going down
in the middle of the floor as if you have.

Speaker 2 (48:31):
No I am not, ma'am. We're not going to give you.

Speaker 3 (48:35):
Two We're not going to give you two dollars.

Speaker 2 (48:38):
My name is Brad with the A n C Department.

Speaker 12 (48:41):
Well, you want him your job too much? Wong because
you're food?

Speaker 3 (48:45):
No, No, I'm not a food. I want to make
sure that you understand. I want to make sure that
you understand that.

Speaker 2 (48:52):
This is not something that you can do or continue
to do. Now.

Speaker 3 (48:55):
I want to hear it out of your mouth. You
tell me, did you lay down on that floor deliberately?

Speaker 12 (49:00):
You crave them? You think I'm finished? Set here and
tell you I deliberately laid down in the floor.

Speaker 2 (49:07):
Am I crazy? Am I crazy? For you to sit
here and tell me to track.

Speaker 12 (49:10):
Them to sell that it as all?

Speaker 3 (49:13):
No, deliberately laid down on that floor, and you're deliberately
trying to get two thousand dollars worth of money that
does not belong to you.

Speaker 12 (49:21):
What you just reviewed? The damn kate then and uh
you will see what happened.

Speaker 3 (49:26):
Would you like for me to get authorities to come over,
ma'am and bring you in, because what.

Speaker 12 (49:31):
You get get whether you want to get it.

Speaker 2 (49:34):
If I need to send authorities down there, you send
them all over here.

Speaker 12 (49:39):
I'm not scared of them either.

Speaker 2 (49:41):
I don't think I'm not.

Speaker 3 (49:44):
They're gonna bring you in and you're gonna sign this
form I have then deliberately lay down on that floor.

Speaker 2 (49:49):
You food the nerve of you black people.

Speaker 12 (49:52):
I'm not coming in. I'm not signing nothing. Now. What
you tell, ma'am, I don't know. I ain't never heard
that you, ma'am.

Speaker 3 (50:00):
Now I want you to bring your little narrow black
behind in here so we can get this stuff rectified
as what I want done?

Speaker 12 (50:06):
Are you crazy? Your tasker? You ain't ther sharpest tool
in the shad. I tell you that I am not
coming in. I don't know what someone has to come
in front.

Speaker 3 (50:16):
I want you to sign a form that you deliberately
laid down on this floor and it was all fictitious.

Speaker 12 (50:21):
No wonder would I do something like that and then
go to jail.

Speaker 2 (50:25):
Why would you lay down in the floor in the
first place, and when you know nothing.

Speaker 12 (50:29):
I told you I didn't do that.

Speaker 2 (50:31):
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Subjects, can you please stop touching me? We'll get into
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Speaker 13 (54:51):
All right, nephew, thank you subject. Can you please stop
touching me? Dear Stephen Shirley. I met a man and
fell in love. I'm forty five and he's fifty five.
I didn't like him at first, but he wore me
down and stole my heart. I have to weigh the
pros with the cons all the time because he is

very annoying. He's been very handy from the beginning of
our relationship. We went on a blind date and I
was very nervous because he's older. He reached across the
table and grabbed my wrist and told me that he
could feel my heart racing by the pulse in my wrist.
I wanted to snatch my hand from his because he
was being too familiar.

Speaker 1 (55:33):
He walked me.

Speaker 13 (55:34):
To my car and he had his hand in the
small of my back. He leaned over in my car
and rubbed the side of my face and said, I
have pretty.

Speaker 1 (55:42):
Skin on down the line.

Speaker 13 (55:45):
I let him know politely that he doesn't need to
touch me while we are having a conversation. He said
he's very affectionate and asked if it was a problem.
I lied and said that it wasn't. He's gotten worse
since we started having sex. He can't sleep without snuggling
up on me. If I squirm away, he'll reach across

and place his hand on my hip. He wakes me
up by gently holding my face in his hands and
kissing me softly. He even holds my hand while we're
having coffee or tea in the morning. He holds my
hand while he drives. I either have to cuddle with
him while watching movies, or I have to put my
legs across him, or vice versa. He massages my neck

and my scalp. I am so tired of his hands
being on me. We hold hands in public and even
at church. Some women love this, but I do not have.
I let it go for too long to complain. How
do I stop him. You're not going to change him.
You're not going to change him. This is what he's doing,

and he's this is him, Okay, this is who he is.
It sounds like a case of you love him, but
you don't like him very much. You said he was annoying,
and you are quite different from a lot of women
because most women want just what you're getting from a
man you say you're in love with, who loves you
too and doesn't mind showing you. Don't you know that

This is what people do when they're in love. They
touch okay, they cuddled, They do things like this. Why
would you tell him that all the touching wasn't a
problem when he asked you? He asked you outright. You
admit it that you lied to him. You should have
told him the truth right then and there. You're not
a touchy feely type of person, so please stop. Now

you're stuck in this relationship with what this good man
who sounds like a perfect gentleman, a man who loves you,
He's romantic, he wants to be with you. It could
be a lot worse. I mean, you cannot change him.
That's who he is. And this is a man in
your life. You really have nothing to complain about. But
you have found something.

Speaker 1 (57:49):
Listen. If you don't like it, you gotta tell him.
You gotta let him go.

Speaker 13 (57:52):
There are so many women who would love to have
him and all the touching and cuddling he can give.

Speaker 9 (57:57):
Steve, can you please stop touching me? Show damn hands
off of me. You make me sick.

Speaker 1 (58:08):
Yeah, you don't like it.

Speaker 2 (58:11):
Too much.

Speaker 9 (58:12):
I understand the letter. You don't normally I go, what's
what you're tripping for? But no, you too much. You
met him man, but let me I'm goncha point out
this letter met hi man glove. I'm forty five, he
fifty five. I didn't like him at first, right there, stop.
I didn't like him at first. How many times should

you have followed your first mind? I ain't like him
at first, but he wore me down. This a lesson
to the fellas. Keep applying pressure and wheel break eventually. See,
there's a lesson in this letter for everybody. Follow your
first mind. Ladies wag him down, fellas, they'll eventually break.

Speaker 2 (58:57):
And he stole your heart.

Speaker 9 (59:00):
I have to weigh the pros and cons all the time,
because here's another one.

Speaker 2 (59:05):
He is very annoying. I don't know about.

Speaker 9 (59:09):
You, but I don't like me any relationship with people
that's annoying. That's gonna be a relation full of that's
gonna be a relationship full of You own my damn nerves.
But she went on and jumped in anyway. She ain't
like him at first, and he's annoying.

Speaker 2 (59:30):
He stole my heart. You stupid.

Speaker 9 (59:33):
This is a stupid person. He's very handsy from the beginning.
Went on a blind date. I was very nervous because
he's older. He reached across the table and grabbed my
wrists and told me he could feel my heart racing
through the pulse in my wrists. He was really checking
your blood pressure.

Speaker 2 (59:50):
That what that is.

Speaker 9 (59:51):
That's what old people do. They know how to check
your blood pressure. His old lass and had his blood
pressure checked so many times now, he said to be
talking about he can feel your heart racing.

Speaker 2 (01:00:01):
That's blood pressure. Boy.

Speaker 1 (01:00:05):
I want to teach you my hand.

Speaker 9 (01:00:07):
Because he was being too familiar. When I come back,
all I'm gonna do is read you the letter and
tell you what's wrong.

Speaker 2 (01:00:12):
That's all.

Speaker 1 (01:00:13):
I'm all right, thank you.

Speaker 13 (01:00:14):
We'll have part two of Steve's response coming up at
twenty three minutes after the hour. Today's Strawberry letter subject,
can you please stop touching me?

Speaker 1 (01:00:23):
Back after this you're listening hard morning show.

Speaker 13 (01:00:27):
All right, Come on, Steve, Let's recap today's strawberry letter.
The subject is, can you please stop touching me?

Speaker 9 (01:00:33):
Can you please stop touching me? I'm gonna show you
the This is a letter full of contradictions, and all
I'm gonna do is show you the contradictions. I met
a man and fell in love. He's forty five, I'm
fifty five. I ain't like him at first. Well, okay,
there you go. What I tell you, always follow your
first mind. But he wore me down and stole my heart.
This is a message to the fellas. Keep the pressure on.

You will soon break them. They can under pressure. I
have to wait the pros and cons all the time
because he is very annoying. Let me get this right.
You didn't like him at first. He wore you down,
but he's very annoying. I don't know about you, but
I don't like being the relationships with people that's annoying

as hell, because this is finna be a relationship full
of you own my damn nerves. And guess what happened
watch this letter. He's been very handsy from the beginning.
Went on a blind date. I was nervous because he's older.
He reached across the table and grabbed my wrists and
told me he could feel my heart racing by the
pulse in my wrist. That's a damn lie. He was

checking your blood pressure. All people like to know if
they got something in common with the other person. He
was trying to see if you had high blood too,
then y'all can get y'all prescription. It might get a
discount down to CVS because they got family discount.

Speaker 2 (01:01:52):
At Walmart if you got a lot of pills.

Speaker 9 (01:01:54):
He was just checking to see if he be able
to save some money, but hoping your ass had high
blood pressure.

Speaker 2 (01:02:00):
So that's old people move.

Speaker 9 (01:02:01):
I ain't never in my life grabbed a woman's wrists
and said, I could feel your heart racing.

Speaker 2 (01:02:05):
That's on her chest.

Speaker 9 (01:02:08):
If you grab her wrists checking for they pulse, that's
blood pressure or.

Speaker 2 (01:02:12):
Signs of life.

Speaker 9 (01:02:15):
I wanted to snatch my hand hand from him because
he was being too familiar. Then he walked you to
your car, and he had his hand in the small
of my back. Okay, we do that. He leaned over
in my car and rubbed the side of my face
and said, I have pretty skill.

Speaker 2 (01:02:29):
Now get your damn hands off my face.

Speaker 9 (01:02:31):
I just met you, you know, as old ass went
to the bathroom before y'all went to the car because
it got a weak blinder. So he can't be walking in. Nope,
go to the bathroom now here. They got a hand
on your face on down the line. I let him
know politely that he doesn't have to touch me while
we are having a conversation. He said he's very affectionate

and asked if it was a problem. I lied and
said it wasn't. See now, this is the wrong lie. Okay,
there's a time and place for line. This was a
wrong lie. Wow, this was a lie that served you
no purpose. It only benefited him and furthered his aggression.

He's gotten worse because you lie, and you don't even
know how to lie, because you put.

Speaker 2 (01:03:26):
The line in the wrong place and the wrong damn
the wrong lie.

Speaker 9 (01:03:32):
He's gotten worse since we started having sex. He can't
sleep without snuggling up on me. Man, it's hot. Your
ass off of me. If I squirm away, he'll reach
across and place his hand on my hip. Now check
this out. He wakes me up by gently holding my
face in his hands and kissing me softly. That's movie

kissing right there, lady. He saw that in a movie somewhere.
Don't nobody every damn morning hold the woman face in
they hand and kiss them softly.

Speaker 2 (01:04:05):
What cap punk ass, missus.

Speaker 9 (01:04:08):
Dayton, because you can't sustain that every damn morning, gently
holding your cheeks in my head, kissing you good morning,
dolly Man. Stop all the old movie Yet he wakes
me up by gently holding my face in his hands.
He even holds my hands while we having coffee or
tea in the morning. I got to hold his coffee cup.
Let me go, damn we at Starbucks. I got the

grand latte. I need both hands. He holds my hand
while he drives. Your old ass, get two hands on
the wheel before you mess around, half a seizure and
run us up into the back of this garbage truck. See,
I just see all this stuff happening. We got a
cuddle with him while we watching movies. I had to
put my legs across him, or vice versa. He massages

my neck and my scalp. You're not finna do my
scalp now.

Speaker 1 (01:05:01):
All the day you.

Speaker 2 (01:05:04):

Speaker 9 (01:05:04):
Get your fingers. I topped my head. Just rub my
head and stuff. I ain't four years old. Get your
damn hands. I am so tired of his hands being
on me. We hold hands in public and even at church.
Why we hold the hands in church. I got to pray.

I need both my hands because I'm gonna go to
Capitol start going to Catholic church where they put their
hands together and hold them up under their chin. So
I'm gonna eave both my hands. Some women love this,
but I do not. I let it go on for
too long to complain. How do I stop him?

Speaker 2 (01:05:46):
You can't, You can't.

Speaker 9 (01:05:48):
It's too late. But this is your fault. You ain't
even like him in the beginning. What made you start liking?
Then you said you gotta do the pros and cons
all the time because he's annoying you with a man
you don't like and is annoying.

Speaker 2 (01:06:02):
And now guess what he doing. He annoying your ass.

Speaker 9 (01:06:07):
Touchy touchy, touchy, touchy touchy. So now the only way
I think you can do this is you gonna have
to make an announcement.

Speaker 1 (01:06:18):
An announcement, Steve, Yeah, what.

Speaker 9 (01:06:23):
If you put your hands on me again? We are
done having sex? Wow, that's all. I don't want to
hold your hand when we driving. I want to hold
my coffee cup. I don't want to hold your hand
while I'm having cup. I want both hands. I like
to drink my coffee sometimes you know, and feel the

warmth of the cup. Sometimes I like two hairs on
the cup. It just gives me the listen. Sometimes I
hold my coffee cup with two hands like I'm doing
right now. I ain't never seen because I don't really
do that. I'm just lying and I don't hold my
cook with my other hand. But women do it all
the time. Missing Monica, I'll leave.

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Coming up next to is Junior and times off right
after this.

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Speaker 13 (01:07:24):
All right, So Junior, you and I had the privilege
and the honor, uh to just visit Saint Jude and
see what they're all about and see how they're helping
these children with cancer.

Speaker 10 (01:07:33):
It was a phenomen You.

Speaker 8 (01:07:34):
Know, everything Nagin Shirley is for sickle seale.

Speaker 11 (01:07:37):
And I'm telling you one of the first grants Saint
Jude had received from the government was to cure sickle cell.

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That was their first.

Speaker 11 (01:07:45):
Grant before cancer. And you know, one of the one
of the greatest things about it, there's no bill. Now
how come I couldn't be over hit Saint Jude. I
wish I was over there because no bill, and they
take care of you all the way to you eighteen,
you don't have any ide. Had Saint Jude, I'd have
been a spokesperson a long time ago if I could.

Speaker 2 (01:08:03):
But they have.

Speaker 8 (01:08:04):
But I had the great privilege of talking to a
young man named Chris.

Speaker 11 (01:08:07):
He had two daughters who had sickle cells, and Saint
Jude took care of both.

Speaker 8 (01:08:11):
Of his kids. And here's a great thing about it,
because of what they did. He had no bill. He
works for them today. He worked in a research lab
for sickle cell.

Speaker 11 (01:08:20):
And I want to tell Chris, thank you for all
that you do, man, because Lord had mercy on this thing.

Speaker 2 (01:08:25):

Speaker 8 (01:08:25):
If you have a child.

Speaker 11 (01:08:27):
Who's born with sickle cell and a doctor tells you,
like they told me, you won't live past eleven years old,
eleven is what they gained.

Speaker 8 (01:08:35):
I'm forty five years old now.

Speaker 11 (01:08:37):
But you know what, But you know what, it's devastating
to hear that for parents, because what do you do?

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Your child's life could.

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Be in danger.

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Dog, wait a.

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Minute, it wasn't getting dark.

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It's his story, this.

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Is my story. Well I'm sad it lightened up.

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get to Saint Juds good luck. We're glad that, damn
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Speaker 9 (01:09:23):
But first I checked on because I wouldn't want to
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Speaker 14 (01:11:00):

Speaker 13 (01:11:00):
But at the top of the hour, Steve, a wife needs
advice on how to tell her husband that she smokes weed.

Speaker 1 (01:11:06):
We'll get into it right after this.

Speaker 2 (01:11:08):
Just fin up.

Speaker 10 (01:11:09):
You're listening Morning.

Speaker 13 (01:11:12):
Show, all right, So Steve, this is from Quinn in Norfolk.
Quinn says, I was sitting in my car smoking weed
with a guy from work. My husband found a small
part of the joint in my car that evening after
he filled up my tank for me. He told me
that he found the weed in my car, and he
was very upset with our teenage son after assuming it

was our son's weed. He yelled at our son, but
he kept denying it that it was his. He kept
denying that it was his, And I can't allow my
son to be punished from my mistake. How do I
tell my husband that I picked up a new habit
at the age of forty five.

Speaker 2 (01:11:48):
Well, let me tell you something. How stupid is your husband?

Speaker 9 (01:11:52):
Your wife smoked weed. You can't smell it in her clothes.
She in the car, Oh body at work smoking weed
with a dude. Now, I don't know where you think
this weed smoking going, but it's low to weed smoking.
But you're in the car smoking weed, and the people
at the job don't know it, and your husband don't

know it. But now when you tell it, here's a
strong suggestion you leave the part out about you was
in the car with your male co worker smoking weed.
I strongly suggest you leave that part out because I
can promise you it ain't finna be about to weed, no.

Speaker 2 (01:12:30):
Him at all.

Speaker 9 (01:12:33):
Okay, that's just a suggestion. And you can't let your
son take the hit for this duck. You gotta say it. Well,
but she gotta go straighten that out.

Speaker 1 (01:12:44):
Yeah, how's she gonna do that? Though, because he's here already, Listen.

Speaker 9 (01:12:48):
To me, it wasn't him. I was smoking weed in
the car. He can't whip you, he can't put your
on finishment. Just tell him I was smoking weed in
the car. Is having long hands? Then I smoked weed?
Then tell him you gotta plug and give him the number.

Speaker 2 (01:13:03):
Did you say?

Speaker 8 (01:13:05):
Did you say you.

Speaker 2 (01:13:08):
Know herminology? You know what I'm saying. Oh, smoke weed
and everybody no do?

Speaker 13 (01:13:20):
All right, So we have time for another one. This
one's from Lawrence and Dothan H.

Speaker 1 (01:13:25):
Laurence says, I consider myself.

Speaker 13 (01:13:26):
A decent looking man, but I lost my girlfriend to
a guy with the receding hairline and a big stomach.
He looked like he looks like he's in the sixties,
and he doesn't have a great job or a nice car.
I'm the total package, and I can get another woman
today if I wanted one.

Speaker 1 (01:13:44):
But I want her.

Speaker 13 (01:13:45):
I want my girlfriend back, and I don't know why
she left me for that guy. All she told me
is that we're not compatible. How can a man do
that to another man? Should I check him or not her?

Speaker 9 (01:13:58):
First of all, you need to we need to go
back read the opening statement you said.

Speaker 13 (01:14:03):
Should Okay, I consider myself a decent looking man.

Speaker 2 (01:14:08):
But stop right there, stop right there. You need to
face a couple facts.

Speaker 9 (01:14:14):
What you not as good looking as you think you are.
See you gave yourself you said, I consider myself a
decent looking man. Decent, decent, ain't no description of nobody?
Hey man, how she looks?

Speaker 2 (01:14:30):
She decent?

Speaker 1 (01:14:31):
What decent?

Speaker 9 (01:14:33):
Now? I'm not where we could? I don't want I
don't want decent. Hey man, can you cook? Can you
fried chicken?

Speaker 5 (01:14:40):

Speaker 2 (01:14:40):
It's decent, decent, don't nobody want?

Speaker 5 (01:14:43):

Speaker 9 (01:14:43):
Damn decent and fried chicken. Decent is not an adequate
word to describe nothing. Hey man, we're gonna go on
the road trip. You know how you can?

Speaker 2 (01:14:54):
You drive?

Speaker 9 (01:14:55):
Good? I'm decent, decent. We're definitely go ahead. You kill
my ass in his you get on the air plane,
you asked, Probably, sir, how long have you been flying.
I'm decent, decent. I'm going to get off this damn plane.
Decent is not a good way to describe anything. You
said you a decent looking man, Let's just start with

you probably.

Speaker 2 (01:15:16):
Ain't even Q. You probably ain't even good looking at all.

Speaker 1 (01:15:20):
Well, Steve should have just gone.

Speaker 9 (01:15:24):
Now, this man that you date, that's got a receiving
headline and a big stomach?

Speaker 2 (01:15:30):
Yeah? Yeah, what's his initials to his name? What? Because
if you tell me it's K S. Then I know
he's got stomach jr.

Speaker 13 (01:15:48):
We'll have more of They don't pay a time.

Speaker 9 (01:15:53):
I'm just asking who what the initials were?

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Android phone, I don't know how you doing. Why is
your lass? Got that old ass phone?

Speaker 2 (01:17:05):

Speaker 5 (01:17:05):
I do?

Speaker 9 (01:17:08):
And Tommy has one of them old ass phone called
it old.

Speaker 2 (01:17:16):
Yeah, Tommy got next tail.

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Would you rather right after.

Speaker 10 (01:17:34):
This you're listening Hard Morning Show.

Speaker 1 (01:17:39):
It's time now for a rounded? Would you rather?

Speaker 13 (01:17:41):
Would you rather super freaky and wild sex every day?
Or would you rather just a quickie three times a week?

Speaker 10 (01:17:47):
Which one?

Speaker 2 (01:17:49):
Yeah, I'm going there three times that day. I ain't
I got loving David.

Speaker 9 (01:17:55):
Ye, I ain't gonna ain't one of them before them days.
I ain't gonna be all.

Speaker 1 (01:17:59):
That freaking So let's as.

Speaker 2 (01:18:04):
You mean.

Speaker 11 (01:18:06):
Surely I gotosis my bone. My bone density is declining.
I can't do no wild freaking six.

Speaker 8 (01:18:12):
That's not what dog?

Speaker 2 (01:18:14):
What is?

Speaker 8 (01:18:15):
Yeah, Boney, I thought you had got that too.

Speaker 2 (01:18:19):
Yeah, I got all that though.

Speaker 8 (01:18:20):
Hey man, hey.

Speaker 2 (01:18:24):
Man, you need to get down the Saint Juice man.
Just see if they'll take you. Yeah, I'm going. I
don't need to move in. I can't got bone what now?
You got bone density?

Speaker 8 (01:18:35):
Yeah, boney, deteriorate that's what it is.

Speaker 9 (01:18:38):
Interiat Oh no, it's not deteririating. Stop saying that. We
don't want that to go. Well, what do you find
to be judge, damn jellyfish sitting.

Speaker 2 (01:18:45):
Up in here on.

Speaker 9 (01:18:48):
You bone? Now you don't have Rather, we're not claiming that.
We're not claiming you don't have that. Okay, your bones
is not deteriorating. You're gonna be fine. God didn't healing business.

Speaker 1 (01:18:59):
I got your amen to.

Speaker 7 (01:19:00):
That, all right.

Speaker 9 (01:19:02):
I don't claim nothing wrong, Tommy, Cancer free dog. That's
what we do on this show. Got service, Tommy cancer
free dog. You ain't got no bone density. That disappeared.
He's saying that lass be sitting up here, just a
little ball of flesh sitting up on the show where
I'm not gonna have you on the show. You ain't
got no bones because I'm not fitna be looking over that.

Speaker 1 (01:19:22):
It's and they got this little hat set up on.

Speaker 9 (01:19:26):
This fact that ain't I'm not finnh sit up in
here talking to this blob. Every damn boy, you trying
to tell jokes, and you ain't got no whole bone.
We're not finna sit up and do this on this show.
I'm not that love and a cad because it's no
way I'm gonna look at you and you ain't got
nothing but a little hat sitting over there on the
skull and the rest of your ass and flatten out,

you little fat ass puddled the boy sitting over there.

Speaker 2 (01:19:50):
I'm not feeling. We're not. You don't have bone density.

Speaker 9 (01:19:55):
Stop saying that you already got sick and saying why
you want all that?

Speaker 2 (01:20:00):
All right? What else you got bad? What else you got?

Speaker 1 (01:20:05):
Speaking of teeth?

Speaker 2 (01:20:06):
Would you rather I got ginger vitis and all this?

Speaker 13 (01:20:11):
Would you rather big beautiful yellow teeth or big blood
shot red eyes.

Speaker 1 (01:20:16):
Which one big beautiful.

Speaker 9 (01:20:19):
Yellow Hold up, hold on, hold on that Shirley, answer
both of them. She got big ass eyes and big
ass teeth.

Speaker 1 (01:20:27):
AHAs that yellow in my eyes and not blood shot.
That's the difference. And your teeth are bigger than everybody's
on this show. Who you you?

Speaker 8 (01:20:44):

Speaker 9 (01:20:45):
Are you sure you got the biggest eyes on this
damn show?

Speaker 13 (01:20:51):
Okay, I'm blown into my eyes, Steve, like you're telling
you they were They used to be big when I
was little.

Speaker 2 (01:20:58):
Surely I'm telling you right now.

Speaker 9 (01:21:02):
What if you are a cartoon cat, you would be
a bull of frog with ass mole.

Speaker 1 (01:21:13):
But I'm not.

Speaker 2 (01:21:17):
You shut up what I.

Speaker 1 (01:21:19):
Hate you by.

Speaker 13 (01:21:24):
Coming up next closing remarks from the big nose, big
lip man.

Speaker 15 (01:21:28):
Right out.

Speaker 10 (01:21:31):
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Speaker 13 (01:21:34):
All right, guys, here we are, last break of the day,
last day of the week, Friday before Father's Day.

Speaker 1 (01:21:40):
Happy Father's Day. I hope you guys have a beautiful
Father's Day. I really do.

Speaker 13 (01:21:46):
Do you have a dad, But you guys are really
great dads. I must say that the men on the.

Speaker 2 (01:21:50):
Showuld you buy some shirt?

Speaker 1 (01:21:52):
Of course you didn't get it yet. It ain't it's coming.
It's coming.

Speaker 2 (01:21:57):
You know what, you know what?

Speaker 9 (01:21:58):
You know what for you to opponent of the truth,
for you to be such a proponent of the truth,
to sit there and lie to us that you bought
us something for Father's Ding doing good, damn well, you
ain't ever got us nothing for.

Speaker 1 (01:22:11):
Father's I got you what you got me for Mother's Day.
It's the same thing.

Speaker 9 (01:22:16):
Oh no, See, we paid tribute to y'all or Mother's Day?

Speaker 2 (01:22:22):
Yes we did.

Speaker 9 (01:22:22):

Speaker 1 (01:22:23):
I just not say I didn't have a dad.

Speaker 2 (01:22:26):
And all you said was hope y'all have a happy Father's.

Speaker 1 (01:22:29):
And I said, you guys are great fathers. You didn't
hear that.

Speaker 2 (01:22:32):
I just said, that's your damn tribute.

Speaker 9 (01:22:35):
We set up here and spent a whole break talking
about you and calling, and then we got the same thing.
We got the same thing we got that the car
section got for two collars.

Speaker 13 (01:22:45):
You guys are great fathers. I look up to you
as fathers. We need our father's. Everybody needs a dad, everybody.
I didn't have a dad growing up, but I had
great role models. And I think you guys are wonderful.

Speaker 3 (01:23:00):
Dad and a father and a dad is too different.

Speaker 1 (01:23:08):
I can't agree with that.

Speaker 13 (01:23:10):
Yeah, I didn't have either one, And you guys are
great father but you.

Speaker 2 (01:23:15):
Had a father, You had a father. You didn't have
a dad.

Speaker 1 (01:23:20):
My dad died.

Speaker 9 (01:23:21):
Oh that's right. Yeah, I know, Shirley. But what I
meant is you had a father, because but he.

Speaker 1 (01:23:31):
When I was one. Yeah, yeah, he made me.

Speaker 9 (01:23:36):
Yeah, that's that's all we said. Anybody can be a father.
Takes a special person to be a dad. That's pretty
much my clothes remarks. Today is just a Father's Day
approaching Listen. I understand the significance of Father's Day. I
understand that it will always and forever pale in comparison
to Mother's Day.

Speaker 2 (01:23:57):
And I got it and deservedly.

Speaker 5 (01:23:59):

Speaker 9 (01:24:00):
There is nothing like a mother. They come one, you
get one, you get one.

Speaker 2 (01:24:08):

Speaker 9 (01:24:09):
Mother's a special. Every mother has provided life to someone
on this planet. So I get that Father's Day isn't
the size of Mother's Day. But I want to take
some time out to talk to the dad's out there
and the father's. If you have fathered a child, it

is your duty, your moral obligation, and should be your
honor to support, nurture and provide for that child. It's
your job. You are not forgiven because you fell on
hard times. You are not forgiven because it didn't work
out between you and the woman. You are not forgiven

because she's making it difficult for you to get there.
You don't get forgiven for that. I know, I know,
I know. You can't use that one. You have got
to get to that child some way. That's your job.

Speaker 2 (01:25:12):

Speaker 9 (01:25:12):
For the dads out there who are doing their duty
as fathers, thank you. Your role in the child's life
is so very important. I got two hundred and fifty
boys on my ranch right now. We were talking about
being fathers the last night. Last night when they got
here and they were just sitting there, their room was

pindrop quiet because they are all missing that man and
they are all longing and yearning for him. Because these
boys had a point in their life, man, where they
need a male role model. They need some guidance. They
got so many questions that their mama can't answer. So
for you men out there, that's being dads. That's showing

up at school functions, that's paying your child support, that's
picking your child up, that's calling them, that's writing them
letters from your jail cells, wherever you are. If you
are doing all that you can and the best you can,
thank you man. Keep doing what you're doing. If you're
sitting in jail and you can write a letter to

your child and tell them, don't make them same mistakes
you made and that's the best you got, then do
the best you can and they appreciate it. If you
live in a long relationship and you can get on
that phone at least three times a week and talk
to your child, then't do that, man, And look, long
distance don't cost money no more.

Speaker 2 (01:26:35):
It's the same phone call. Call your children. Be active.

Speaker 9 (01:26:39):
For those of you that are. Thank you man. You
have no idea to impact you're having on this child's life.
Because you are creating memories for them. You're creating stories
for them to tell. But the most valuable thing is
you're creating lessons for them to hold on to. I
can't tell you how many times I've remembered something my
father said to me, and even though I was young
at the time, I didn't quite get it. I can't

tell you how many times I played it back in
my head and I discovered it was one of the
most brilliant men. I ever knew with one of his.
He had a third grade education, man, but that was it.
This dude right here had a hustle and a grind,
and he taught it to me.

Speaker 2 (01:27:17):
He has some real strong philosophies. Man.

Speaker 9 (01:27:20):
But I really, really thank God for having a father
in my life who was my dad. For all of
you men in that have stepped into a woman's life
and played the role of dad, For those fathers who
have walked away from their responsibility. Hands off to you, man,
hands up, hand clapped. They'll have a special day for stepfathers.
I don't even call them stepfathers. I just call them

dads who then stepped into a woman's life and filled
the role of some man that then walked off and
ignored those children. Thank you, man, for standing up, for
showing up, for being important, for being significant to all
your fathers out there. I know it's like being a
I don't know what it is to be. But single
mothers are having your heart out here, and it's such

a thankless job. But Dad just don't get us near
enough credit. They just don't. And on his Father's Day,
I want to give you some appreciate you man, because
you're doing what you're supposed to do. I really appreciate
those that took on the duty because you realize it
is your duty and your obligation, but it's also your honor.

It is my honor to be your father, and I
will hold on to that as long as God keep
me here. Happy Fathers Day, Brothers, keep on doing what
you're doing, and if you haven't talked to your child
in a while, pick up the phone and make make amends.
Start apologizing, be the bigger man, have a relationship with
your child. Those are my closing remarks today. Y'all have
a good one.

Speaker 2 (01:28:44):
Okay. Talk to God. He loved to hear from you.

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