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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.

Speaker 3 (00:09):
At all at all, So.

Speaker 4 (00:12):
Don't given a mock.

Speaker 1 (00:15):
The mill bu bus thing and easy.

Speaker 4 (00:21):
Sea listening to show. I want joy, Yah, yeah, Joy.

Speaker 1 (00:59):
You gotta do.

Speaker 5 (01:06):
Love you.

Speaker 3 (01:25):
Turn I can.

Speaker 1 (01:41):
To turn the mouth the turn.

Speaker 6 (01:43):
You probably got to turn mouth turn out, turn a
W the w a jup.

Speaker 7 (01:55):
Come come on, you'll think, uh huh, I sure will.
Good morning everybody you are listening to the voice, Come on,
dig me now.

Speaker 3 (02:08):
One and only Steve Harvey got a radio show.

Speaker 7 (02:11):
Why because God, God is in the blessing business. If
you go get in line, he has something for you.
God is amazing. The plan he actually has for you
is so far greater than you can possibly imagine. It's
really mind blowing. And as I look back on where

(02:36):
He's brought me from and what he's currently doing for me,
all I can do is tell you is God. That's
all I can tell you. Because I tell you right now,
I didn't foresee it.

Speaker 2 (02:48):
You know.

Speaker 7 (02:48):
It oftentimes amazes me when I listen to celebrities when
they interview, how they say, you know, I always always
thought that this would happen for me and I just
you know it could be true, but for me it
is not that way at all. I didn't imagine it
this way. I had a dream of becoming famous one day,

(03:12):
but I had no idea it would ever get to this.
It was a very very simple desire for fame. There
is no way I could have seen all this. There
is no way. I am telling you this has been
nothing for me but the grace of God, and all

(03:33):
the times I failed, every time I had fallen, he
picked me up, He dusted me off, and he kept
me moving. It has been an amazing thing to watch
God do what he do. As I look back on
my history and you sometimes look back on your history,
you've got to see, man, wow, what God has done

(03:57):
for you and what He's brought you through to enable
you to be where you are.

Speaker 2 (04:01):
It is amazing because really, I mean really real talk.

Speaker 7 (04:05):
Now, had he allowed all of the decisions I had
made to play all the way out, I could assure you.

Speaker 2 (04:12):
I wouldn't be here today.

Speaker 7 (04:14):
But God, through this grace and mercy, who had a
plan for me, who was just waiting on me to
come get in line, and then he was gonna start
emptying Now he was gonna start shipping out all the
boxes in heaven with my name on it. And man,
what a great god he is, What a great god
he is. And you have boxes of blessings with your

(04:38):
name on it that he is waiting to ship.

Speaker 3 (04:41):
But he needs you to go down there and get
in line. That's what it is.

Speaker 7 (04:46):
It is not that he has more boxes for other
people than he do you. He got boxes with your
name on it who have never been shipped. Because you
will not get in line to go get them. You
will not ask God for him, you will not do
the things necessary to attain them. We stop our own blessings. Man,
I have been the biggest stopper of my blessings than

(05:07):
anybody else. I can't really get mad at nobody. I
got nobody to blame for my existence but me. But
then at the same time, I can't take credit for this,
I really really can. I kid you not. I cannot
take credit for it. And if you ever see me
taking credit for it, tap me on the shoulder, say Steve,

(05:28):
pull up. Remember you said this ain't about you. If
you catch me taking too much credit, you have my
permission to stop me. Now Here is the deal, though,
And This is what I want to get through to
you today. Moving forward while under attack, new level, new devil.

(05:52):
You know, every time you go somewhere, every time you
try to progress, every time you make a decision to
be better, to do better, that's going to be a
confrontation you're going to have because it is the enemy's
job to not see you go forward, do better, want more,
behave yourself. There is a force that is operative out

(06:12):
there that has people working on his behalf twenty four
to seven. You got a computer, Go read a blog.
Just go read a blog. They busy man not knowing,
but just saying evil stuff constantly.

Speaker 2 (06:28):
That's the job. Well, here's what happens.

Speaker 3 (06:33):
I you.

Speaker 7 (06:34):
We have to always keep moving forward while we're under attack,
because the attack is going to always come. If you
allow the attackers to stop you, you will lose that
particular battle. And you cannot afford this.

Speaker 2 (06:55):
You know.

Speaker 7 (06:55):
My father used to say, be careful when you're trying
to kick body off the ladder, because you got to
take your foot off too, and you might slip. And
so when people are taking their feet off the ladder,
most some of them, the majority of them mayn't even
up own a ladder. They just at the bottom throwing
stuff up at you. They are just shaking your ladder.

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They ain't even they ain't even on your level. Really
tell you the truth, they really not. You have moved
on far beyond them, spiritually, physically, everything, but they are
still shaking your ladder and attacking.

Speaker 8 (07:29):
You.

Speaker 7 (07:29):
Keep moving forward while under attack, because the attacks are.

Speaker 2 (07:33):
Going to come.

Speaker 7 (07:34):
If you take the time to stop and address it,
you are impeding your own progress.

Speaker 2 (07:41):
This is very important to understand.

Speaker 7 (07:43):
Go on bout your business and remember Steve Harvey, and
remember those of you out there.

Speaker 2 (07:49):
There is a Bible verse that helps me out every time.
And I don't know why.

Speaker 7 (07:54):
I got it on six different plaques sitting all around
my offices. Everywhere I go, I can read it Isaiah
fifty seventeen. No weapon formed against me shall prosper that
because this is that he will put me under his
wings or protection. And this is my inheritance as a
servant of.

Speaker 2 (08:14):
The Lord period.

Speaker 7 (08:16):
I'm his boy, he my man, so so dig so
when you're coming for me, I have to just rest
on that Lord right there, that he got it that
no weapon formed against me show prosper I'm just like you.
Sometimes you know, we know better, but sometimes we don't
do better. Man, let them say what they gonna say

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when they get through saying it, when they get through
writing it, when they get through talking about you, when
they get through lying about you. Guess what they're gonna
have to do. They're gonna have to step back and
watch your rise. They gonna have to kick back and
watch what God got for you, because nothing God got
for you. Can't nobody stop it. I don't care what
they do. Keep moving forward while under attack. Yo, something

(09:01):
I tell you something, man. Minister Lewis Fahirkhn taught me
something very important one day, he says, Steve, remember this.

Speaker 2 (09:09):
He said.

Speaker 7 (09:10):
It is a common thing for a dog to bark
up at the moon. But if the moon barks back
at the dog, the dog becomes famous.

Speaker 2 (09:21):
You feel me, the moon was talking to you.

Speaker 3 (09:25):
What did you?

Speaker 7 (09:26):
How did the moon stop and talk to you? Don't
give them that. Let the dog bark up at the moon.
Don't you be up there? You go where God got
you going. Don't bark back at this dog because the
dog come famous. Because they ain't gonna be able to
get to you. But the dog is famous now They
want to interview the dog. Now the dog guess what
he gonna do? More barking? Guess what about you? Man?

Speaker 3 (09:46):
Go on about your biersins.

Speaker 2 (09:47):
Y'all. God is in the.

Speaker 3 (09:48):
Blessing business all day long.

Speaker 7 (09:50):
Man, Go get in line, get you some get them
packages and boxes shipped to you.

Speaker 3 (09:55):
They got your name on it.

Speaker 7 (09:57):
You're listening morning, ladies and gentlemen. Let me have your
undivided attention. This is the voice of Steve Harvey, so
a little bit different today. I've decided to use my
radio voice today. How long I'll be using this voice,
I'm not really really sure.

Speaker 2 (10:15):
It's rather dry and boring to me, but I a'll
attempt to use it.

Speaker 7 (10:20):
Strawberry has the best voice in all of radio. I
will never be accused of that. I have been called
country healsworthy. Most recently I found out I was a
country bumpkin.

Speaker 3 (10:35):
Well, let me say this, the country bumpkin done made it.

Speaker 2 (10:43):
You better. Wish you was this country Use.

Speaker 3 (10:48):
What you got.

Speaker 7 (10:49):
I heard a preach on Instagram talking about all the
people in the Bible that God had used that was flawed, murderers, adultrous, thieves, prostitutes, womanizers, haters, thieves, cowards.

(11:10):
He used a lot of different people. I just figured,
you know, country Bunking could be one of them.

Speaker 2 (11:16):
Two. So here I.

Speaker 6 (11:17):
Am hey man together letting him use me.

Speaker 7 (11:25):
I laugh at people now, man Steve Mordershaw shutting Strawberry
calling for real Mississippi Monica, Junior and the legend that
is Nephew Tommy.

Speaker 2 (11:32):
Hey man, I am so.

Speaker 7 (11:34):
Happy that I have discovered the new version of me.
I've been working on it for quite some while. Quite
some time, God has removed me from a lot of
people and put me off in a corner somewhere and
put me on time out so he could talk to me.
And he figured out the best way to talk to
me was to remove distraction and set me over there
by myself.

Speaker 2 (11:53):
So I've been alone for.

Speaker 7 (11:54):
A little while now, and man o, man o man,
has he been talking to me? And I've been listening,
and man on, man o man, I'm I'm even more
solid than I ever been. Thank you, Lord. I ain't
know what you was doing at first, but I got
it now, how Junior?

Speaker 5 (12:12):
Yeah, you know, you know the country Bumpkin got a
minting camp going on right now. The Country Bumpkin do
And did you ever see your billy self. Yeah, with
your hull billy self. Did you ever foresee yourself on
being this type of mentor? Did you ever foresee this part?

Speaker 2 (12:29):
Did you ever see that?

Speaker 9 (12:30):
Hell?

Speaker 2 (12:30):
No, I needed a mentor.

Speaker 7 (12:33):
I thank God for my father Man, because this dude
was the best mentor I ever had. Now, his methods
I've had to adjust because his methods didn't really work
on my sons, and they show ain't gonna work at
this camp. But they were very effective for me in
the time that I grew up as a young young boy,
growing up in the sixties, so I needed that toughness

(12:55):
that he gave me. But I think I think most
of us never know what we're gonna end up. You know,
it kills me when people say that I always knew
i'd be here. Well, really, really, congratulations. Very few of
us know exactly where we'll wind up. But when you
get there, you're all feel grateful that you are. And

(13:16):
that's why I am right now, you know. I was,
like Beyonce knew at fourteen, Matthew Knowles was bringing her
to the hip hop comedy stop down in Houston. She
was fourteen years old. She'd go up on amateur night
her and the girls. Yep, and he knew. He said, Man,
my daughter gonna be a star. I said, OK, well,
I got these jokes to tell, so can you tease me?

Speaker 6 (13:36):
All right?

Speaker 8 (13:37):
See coming up at thirty two minutes after the hour,
we'll hear from the nephew as he runs that prank
back right.

Speaker 6 (13:42):
After this you're listening.

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Morning show.

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be talking about Saint Jude all morning and how you
can donate in all of that. So thank you for
your donations. It is time now to switch gears and
go to the nephew for the prank.

Speaker 6 (16:22):
What you got for it?

Speaker 11 (16:23):
Nep relationship departure, relationship depart It's gonna be rough.

Speaker 2 (16:30):
Let's go catch down.

Speaker 9 (16:32):
Hello.

Speaker 2 (16:33):
Hey, Brian, Hey, baby, I was.

Speaker 1 (16:38):
I was calling to tell you.

Speaker 3 (16:42):
Baby.

Speaker 2 (16:43):
Look, I just I just can't do it. I got it.

Speaker 9 (16:47):
Well, oh hello, right, thanks Brian.

Speaker 2 (16:53):
Hey, this is Greg. I know I know you was
just talking to Valve, but this is this is Greg
talking to you. Is Brian rag Greg?

Speaker 9 (17:00):
Yeah, this is Brian little Greg.

Speaker 2 (17:02):
I was just talking to my wife.

Speaker 12 (17:03):
Did you put it back on the phone.

Speaker 2 (17:05):
Uh No, I'm not gonna. I'm not gonna be able
to do that.

Speaker 9 (17:09):
Why can't you do that?

Speaker 2 (17:10):
Man? Hey, let me explain something to you. Uh all right,
there's some things you know, long conversations about this.

Speaker 9 (17:18):
Well, how you know my wife on the first man
basis like that?

Speaker 11 (17:20):
Man?

Speaker 2 (17:20):
How you who are you? Like I said, man, my
name is Greg uh all right? At the airport?

Speaker 9 (17:28):
Okay airport with the airport and why we got the
airport with.

Speaker 2 (17:33):
My wife for hey? Let me, hey, dog, all of
this is complicated, okay, it's really it is. Make it
simple for me. Okay, So what I want to explain
to you. Let me explain to you mann. We've had
a lot of long conversations about this. It's something that
you want.

Speaker 9 (17:53):
When when was this?

Speaker 12 (17:55):
Why are you about the airport with my.

Speaker 9 (17:56):
Wife with me?

Speaker 2 (18:01):
And why is leaving with me? Okay?

Speaker 9 (18:06):
What we're leaving?

Speaker 3 (18:07):
And what do you mean leaving?

Speaker 4 (18:09):
Leaving me?

Speaker 2 (18:11):
Oh?

Speaker 9 (18:11):
Hell no, put on the phone and I don't even
want to talk to you, man. Put her on the phone.
Put her on the phone, man, and look, you need
to put her on the phone right now, leaving. I
don't believe that. Now I want to hear her say that.
Oh here you're saying, let me talk to my wife, man,
because you feed the boy? Yeah yeah, yeah, what's up?

(18:34):
What's this dude talking down? Sweet? To tell you this?

Speaker 3 (18:38):
For a while.

Speaker 1 (18:39):
See you think everything is okay, but it hasn't been okay.

Speaker 3 (18:43):
Why are you telling me the phone?

Speaker 9 (18:44):
Why can't you just come home and tell me?

Speaker 2 (18:48):
Can't you just tell me?

Speaker 5 (18:49):
It's my face?

Speaker 12 (18:49):
Hey?

Speaker 2 (18:50):
Hey, hey bro, come on man, my wife room. Hey
hey bro, I knowed just painful?

Speaker 8 (19:00):
Man.

Speaker 9 (19:01):
Now you don't know, you don't know nothing.

Speaker 2 (19:05):
Okayla.

Speaker 9 (19:09):
Just put my wife on the phone, did you if
you got any ounce of a man and you just
put my wife back on the phone?

Speaker 2 (19:19):
All right, brother, Let me, let me, let me say,
let me, let me. Can I say something to you Mann?

Speaker 12 (19:25):
It less?

Speaker 9 (19:25):
Is my wife on?

Speaker 11 (19:26):
You ain't got nothing.

Speaker 2 (19:27):
I'm gonna put it on in the second. But let
me say this to you. Man.

Speaker 9 (19:30):
I can say the same man and wrap it up
because I need to talk to my wife.

Speaker 2 (19:34):
I just want you to know this, Brian, this is
This is nephew Tommy from the Steve Harvey Morning Show.
Got me the prank phone call?

Speaker 8 (19:44):
Yeah?

Speaker 9 (19:45):
What you hold on? So? So okay, if you planted me,
what's up with the airport and stuff in the back,
then y'all at the airport.

Speaker 2 (19:55):
No, bro, your wife is here at the studio. Man,
ain't nothing happening. Man, you're wife, hold on, I let
you tell al right. First of all, you alright man?

Speaker 12 (20:05):
Uh oh man, it was about to be a murdercy man.

Speaker 1 (20:11):
Look at you now, who's the bigg christ I got you?

Speaker 9 (20:17):
Finally you could have been a little bit more.

Speaker 3 (20:22):
You and your your brother.

Speaker 1 (20:23):
You think you're the only ones can prank.

Speaker 3 (20:24):
People said you and your brother be breaking all the time.

Speaker 4 (20:27):
Man's light stuff though, I girl, Happy birthday baby, Oh
you got a birthday coming up?

Speaker 2 (20:37):
Happy birthday?

Speaker 9 (20:38):
Bright this yeah, man, look great gifts, great gifts. Man,
Let me talk to my wife.

Speaker 2 (20:45):
Man, I got I ain't got no do hold on?

Speaker 9 (20:48):
Please? What woman? You got me?

Speaker 2 (20:54):
All right?

Speaker 9 (20:55):
Don't don't you ain't got to go this far?

Speaker 3 (20:56):
All supposed to be.

Speaker 1 (21:01):
You kind of start tearing up, But I'm glad to
know you fight for me like.

Speaker 9 (21:03):
That fight.

Speaker 2 (21:10):
Just a.

Speaker 9 (21:16):
Don't even stop at red light?

Speaker 8 (21:22):
Thank you coming up next, and is asked the clo
We'll get into it right after this. You're listening Harvey
Morning Show coming up at the top of the hour,
and entertainment News Glad It's night. Charlie Wilson, Patty Lavelle.
All of them performed at the White House Juneteenth celebration.
And this was such a cute moment. Did you see

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Kirk Franklin and Vice President Kamala Harris with their viral
dance moment. We'll talk about that plus plus in sports
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the latest CBS Sports w N the eight Rookie rankings.
And Oprah Winfrey is back home after received after recovering
from a stomach virus. We'll talk about all of these

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stories at the top of the hour, but right now
it is time to ask the clo All right, this
is from Charlie and Tarzana. Charlie writes, I'm a forty
one year old single woman. I met a guy and
we were discussing people we knew in common. He is
an old friend of my ex boyfriend, but they haven't
talked in years. Should I tell him that.

Speaker 6 (22:24):
His friend is my ex boyfriend or should I keep
it to myself?

Speaker 3 (22:28):
Sure?

Speaker 2 (22:29):
Well, that's a tough one.

Speaker 7 (22:33):
Well, first of all, if you haven't met him and
you just heard him talking this Friz, you could always
say I didn't know you.

Speaker 2 (22:41):
Were referring to him. We dated a long time ago.
Then you bring it up. I wouldn't go in there
and volunteer.

Speaker 3 (22:49):
Day, so we know you would.

Speaker 2 (22:54):
Why don't start a camp fire in.

Speaker 6 (22:59):
Yo living's You've heard.

Speaker 2 (23:07):
That, Go ahead now, don't make no damn sense though.

Speaker 6 (23:10):
There one more time, do.

Speaker 2 (23:12):
Not start a campfire in your own living room?

Speaker 6 (23:17):
Okay, don't create problems?

Speaker 5 (23:21):
Okay, God, camp fire, He's gonna burn the whole out
there doing that.

Speaker 10 (23:27):
Once you start.

Speaker 7 (23:29):
It's camp fire in the living room. You don't win
in there. You can possibly burn down the whole house
for no reason. All you gotta do is shut.

Speaker 8 (23:40):
Your damn mine shut all right, right, don't create a
problem that ain't want movie right. Moving on to Marie
and Jasper, Marie says, I'm married to a man that
is hard to please. He's always commenting on my hair
and my choice of clothes. I have stopped trying to
please him and please myself. Should I start to critique

(24:01):
him so he can see how it feels? How do
I get him to stop?

Speaker 2 (24:07):
Don't normally work?

Speaker 12 (24:08):
Huh?

Speaker 2 (24:09):
I don't.

Speaker 7 (24:09):
I don't think the tip for tat usually works that
you do me, I do you? I think it's better
to resolve it by sitting down and going Hey, listen.
You know, I don't know if you notice this, but
you're constantly, very very critical, and I don't like it.

Speaker 2 (24:26):
And I want you to stop being critical to me.

Speaker 7 (24:28):
If you don't like my hair, if you don't like
my outfits, then we have another problem because there are
things that I do not like about you. But I
spare your feelings and then just say, you know, like
you know you small to me, but I don't say nothing.
You could just drop a little way well, you know,

(24:50):
sometimes you gotta crush his ass. Just drop a little
one out there, you know, just go and just keep
talking like you ain't saying.

Speaker 1 (25:00):
I like to just keep talking, like stop the critique.

Speaker 3 (25:03):
Yeah, yeah, okay, so.

Speaker 1 (25:09):
There, okay, okay, that is it?

Speaker 2 (25:13):
All right?

Speaker 6 (25:14):
Moving on to Joanne and Queen's Joanne Rights.

Speaker 8 (25:17):
I'm turning sixty seven in August and I've never had
a birthday party, so I'm planning one for myself. My
boyfriend is not supportive because it's not a milestone birthday.
Should I plan a girls get away and exclude my
boyfriend from the celebration?

Speaker 9 (25:33):
What?

Speaker 7 (25:34):
Yeah, yeah, I would, yeah, exclude him pious, But the heck,
I mean, you don't want to go just take your girls,
go go.

Speaker 2 (25:43):
Do you a birthday? Who ain't you had a birthday?

Speaker 6 (25:46):
He doesn't want to support her on her birthday.

Speaker 13 (25:48):
Man, every birthday over sixty is a milestone.

Speaker 2 (25:52):
Get that.

Speaker 6 (25:57):
He's not supportive of her.

Speaker 9 (25:58):
Yeah.

Speaker 7 (26:00):
Yeah, I don't require parties, but I do require a
dinner and some type of bag. Something niked got.

Speaker 1 (26:15):
You that random?

Speaker 2 (26:22):
I'm saying, Hey, I make mistakes, im, don't You don't
want to be nicked David. I don't understand you, But
that's that's There have been days in my life I
haven't been naked bathing, But that's a whole other story
with you.

Speaker 7 (26:41):
I don't want to go into that point. Well, you know,
I know you want say you've bathed every day. You're
gonna act like you ain't ever missed the day. But
I know better than that. So that's just gonna You know,
some of us tell the truth sometimes and some of
us lie all the.

Speaker 1 (26:58):
Time all the time, Temmy be lying all of you.

Speaker 3 (27:03):
Listen to me like he ain't never missed the day?

Speaker 2 (27:05):
Baby, I'm sure I have. Oh, I don't want to
think about it, but I'm sure I have.

Speaker 13 (27:12):
Because he said he takes three showers three a day,
So now we're down to zero.

Speaker 7 (27:17):
So you do that?

Speaker 3 (27:19):
Hold that? Hell, got time to stop? What What have
you done between the time you took the last What
have you done? What did you do?

Speaker 2 (27:35):
Are you a sewer worker? What you do?

Speaker 7 (27:41):
I'm down here working on the superach line today. I'm
gonna get on out of here, take a shower.

Speaker 6 (27:47):
All right, Let's move to the very last crazy I know.

Speaker 8 (27:51):
This is from Ty and Rowanoke. Ty says, if my
wife is upset with me, she can't hide it. She
rolls her eyes, pouts and won't talk to people. I
have to walk around on eggshells and include her in
every conversation when we're out so she won't feel slighted.

Speaker 6 (28:08):
What is the best way to.

Speaker 2 (28:10):
Deal with her?

Speaker 7 (28:12):
That's hard, man, I've been in that before. First thing
I tell you quick, going out places with her?

Speaker 2 (28:21):
Stay home.

Speaker 7 (28:26):
See, Well you're not going to do is take me
outside in your basket. We're just gonna have these rough
moments at the house. But we're not gonna share this
experience with the public.

Speaker 9 (28:35):
Now.

Speaker 2 (28:35):
I don't like that, man, No, I ain't taking you nowhere.

Speaker 7 (28:38):
You once you show out on me out in public,
now I got and that walking around on egg shells.
Don't nobody want to be a relationship with that. I've
been in that, man, It's uncomfortable. But what you do
always on egg shells?

Speaker 1 (28:53):
Huh.

Speaker 8 (28:54):
She's upset, That's why she's doing it, Not that it's right.
But she's upset with him, that's why she's doing it.

Speaker 7 (29:00):
Not she always upset because it has to be about
her and the moment it ate about her, that's upsetting
to her.

Speaker 3 (29:09):
Well, who won't that? All right?

Speaker 13 (29:11):
What did he do?

Speaker 6 (29:12):
Coming up at the top of the hour, Thank you.

Speaker 3 (29:16):
You don't really have to do nothing to crazy people.

Speaker 6 (29:18):
We'll have some entertainment news for you right after this.

Speaker 10 (29:21):
You're listening Morning Show.

Speaker 8 (29:26):
Latst Night, Patty LaBelle, Uncle Charlie Wilson, Anthony Hamilton, Dougie Fresh,
and Kirk Franklin all performed at the White House for
their June teenth celebration. And did you guys see Kirk
Franklin dancing with Vice President Kamala Harris. He was then
singing I Smile and Kirk went and grabbed the VP

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and had a little viral dance moment.

Speaker 6 (29:50):
It was really really cute.

Speaker 8 (29:52):
Vice President Harris was a little hesitant at first, but
Madame Vice President joined Kirk on stage and it was
a cute viral dance moment. Douggie Fresh also danced with
Congresswoman Maxine Waters. It was a really, you know, nice celebration.
President Biden told the crowd quote black history is American history.

(30:16):
The President also warn and that's true.

Speaker 1 (30:18):
That is true, Yes, sir, Yes, sir, the president, Yes,
it is yes.

Speaker 8 (30:22):
The President also warned that some quote old ghosts and
new clothes, a veiled reference to some of his Republican
rivals seek to take away their freedoms by making it
harder for Black Americans to vote.

Speaker 1 (30:34):
And we do know that who.

Speaker 6 (30:37):
Absolutely absolutely, that's all.

Speaker 7 (30:41):
And that messages for all the Blacks for Trump show
you how much he cared about you. He don't really
care about your vote unless it's to get him in.
And also, I would like to say, remember a week
ago I sent out a challenge to anybody could email
me on call in who was a black that was

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in support of Trump.

Speaker 2 (31:03):
If you could call in, I would.

Speaker 7 (31:04):
Seriously play your phone call or your email and still waiting,
all right, still waiting on the phone calls or the
Blacks for Trump so you can share with me what
Trump has done for blacks, and if you can inform
me of what it is that he's done for black
so I could see your position for saying that you
are a black for Trump. I will play your phone

(31:27):
call in its entirety and i will let you state
your case.

Speaker 2 (31:32):
But I'm still waiting on those phone calls in the email.

Speaker 13 (31:36):
We did get one call Steve, and the lady her
call of the audio had dropped, but hopefully she'll call back,
because she did say he ain't done a damn thing,
and then she hung up.

Speaker 8 (31:51):
True said he's done more for blacks than Abraham Lincoln.
Oh God, all right, all right. Moving on to other
entertainment news, Oprah Winfrey is on the Men after she
had a stomach virus and that sent her to the
emergency room. A spokesman for Oprah said Miss Wimfrey is
recovering from the virus. Oprah's best friend, Gail, posted a

(32:15):
video to her Instagram where Oprah said she couldn't keep
enough water down to keep hydrated, which made her seek
treatment at the hospital.

Speaker 6 (32:24):
Oprah also noted that multiple people in.

Speaker 8 (32:26):
Her household caught the bug and warned people to remember
to wash their hands. You have to wash your hands,
all right, That's what Oprah said, And glad she's on
the men for sure.

Speaker 7 (32:38):
Yeah.

Speaker 13 (32:38):
People on social media was trying to say it was
because of the weight loss medication as.

Speaker 9 (32:43):
She was.

Speaker 2 (32:47):
Want to think that.

Speaker 6 (32:48):
Yeah, yeah, yeah.

Speaker 8 (32:50):
And finally, in sports entertainment news, CBS Sports w NBA
rookie rankings were released and the Chicago Sky's Angel Reese
is ranked number one. Indiana Fevers Caitlin Clark is ranked
number two. See sports Explain Yeah. Angel Reese's consistency and
ability to contribute on both ends of the court are
some of the most impressive parts of her game. Meanwhile,

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for Caitlyn Clark, CBS noted that while she continues to
put up big numbers, her up and down performances have
really affected her status.

Speaker 6 (33:22):
So there you go, number one and number two.

Speaker 2 (33:25):
You can't say both of those together.

Speaker 7 (33:28):
She continues to put up big numbers, but her up
and down performance because there's games where she's not in
double digits. Listen, it's an adjustment period for all these things.
Come to the WNBA. They do not know how good
those women are. When you play college female sports in Iowa,
you have not seen what you are going to see

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in the WNBA. I don't care what college you play in,
You're not going to see what you see in the WNBA.
Them grown women out there and they played ball all
for real. They physical and they're tough and they competitive.
And Caitlin Clark is going to be outstanding, but she
is going to have to adjust to the speed and
physicality because everybody out there good and she got She

(34:14):
just been the best everywhere she went.

Speaker 2 (34:18):
Well, you're not finna be best out here. They're not
gonna let your adjustment.

Speaker 13 (34:23):
It's an adjustment. But I'm happy to hear that Angel
Reese is ranked number one.

Speaker 2 (34:28):
I love that.

Speaker 7 (34:29):
Well, she's putting up more consistent numbers as a rookie.

Speaker 1 (34:33):
That's my girl.

Speaker 7 (34:34):
Uple double doubles and all of this here, that girl
balling man and fits before the game.

Speaker 3 (34:40):
Clap, clap, yes, come through, young girl.

Speaker 6 (34:46):
That's beautiful.

Speaker 3 (34:47):
Happy for her, Happy for Angel. Some of the w
NBA fashions is pretty fly man.

Speaker 2 (34:52):
They come to the game and her fly.

Speaker 13 (34:55):
And they say viewership is up to the numbers are up.
People are watching the game. I'm watching more. I'm watching
the games too, So it's all good. I do watch
the highlights though I've been watching the games.

Speaker 6 (35:14):
I do like their outfits. I like their fashions.

Speaker 2 (35:17):
I like all of that.

Speaker 5 (35:18):
What we say about the men's outfit, What did you
say about the men's outfit when they coming to the
game in the tunnel, when we're coming through the town.

Speaker 3 (35:26):
A lot of them boys be flying.

Speaker 6 (35:27):
Man.

Speaker 7 (35:27):
They got mad at Jason Tatum's outfit the other night
when he was playing at home.

Speaker 2 (35:32):
He had on that tan suit. But that tan suit
was dope.

Speaker 7 (35:36):
Man.

Speaker 2 (35:36):
He was clean. He was clean.

Speaker 7 (35:38):
It's a lot of people just be hating on him
catching But Jason Tatum was clean man that they was
eating him up about that outfit. That thing was dope.
That boy was flying man. Westbrook. I love Westbrook, who
was my favorite NBA player. But Westbrooks, you know when
you put them hilts.

Speaker 2 (35:58):
On and all that.

Speaker 12 (36:01):
Go up.

Speaker 8 (36:02):
Twenty minutes after the hour, we'll have more of the
Steve Harvey Morning Show.

Speaker 6 (36:06):
Right after this.

Speaker 8 (36:07):
You're listening Harvey Morning Show. So, Junior, you and I
toured Saint Jude last month. We met two very special
little girls that are receiving treatment at Saint Jude. We
met their fathers. We heard their stories and what stood
out most to me is the amount of support that
Saint Jude offers families of his patients. They provide transportation, housing, meals,

(36:32):
and other resources for the parents of the Saint Jude patient,
all free of charge. They don't charge anything to the families.
Families never receive a bill for treatment or any other assistance.

Speaker 6 (36:46):
Well, I met a beautiful little girl, Steve, you would
have loved her. Her name was Yara.

Speaker 8 (36:51):
We sat down and painted together and just a sweet
spirited little girl. She and her dad were there. We
all painted together. But she was the flyest little girl
you ever want to see. She had on the cute
little outfit. It was black with bell bottoms.

Speaker 10 (37:07):
And I mean she was.

Speaker 6 (37:09):
They paired me with the perfect little girl. They really
really did. And here you said your girl was little bossy.

Speaker 2 (37:16):
Yeah, I had a young lady. She was.

Speaker 12 (37:18):
She was.

Speaker 5 (37:18):
She was nice, but you know, we had to paint
and everything. And she's from the Minican Dominican Republic. She
was from No, she's from South America and she had
eye cancer. But we were painting right, and she told
me to paint a picture right and told me where
I needed to paint, but every time I had to
go pick a color, she told me no. Now, she
didn't speak no English, so her daddy was interpreting everything.

(37:40):
So the whole time I'm sitting there and she said,
she said, roja. So I went and got the green road.

Speaker 10 (37:48):
I don't know.

Speaker 12 (37:49):
I didn't know.

Speaker 7 (37:51):
Well, look here, everybody's going to the hospital for listen, man,
if you make a donation on this number that I'm
about to give you, you can help save a life.
Nineteen dollars saves a child's life. You're gonna get a
shirt for it and everything.

Speaker 2 (38:06):
So I just did it.

Speaker 7 (38:07):
And let me tell you how simple it is. All
you got to do is text. Go to the block
where it's say two, and then text in seven eight
five eight three three.

Speaker 3 (38:19):
See that thing to say two t O two.

Speaker 7 (38:23):
You go type in seven eight five eight three three
seven eight five eight three three, then go down to
the message block where it's say what you want to
type the message and then just type in s HMS
that stands for Steve Harvey Morning Show.

Speaker 3 (38:43):
Then press SIN.

Speaker 7 (38:44):
Then they gonna send you a link, and then you
press that link and guess what they do?

Speaker 3 (38:50):
It make it real simple.

Speaker 7 (38:52):
You can give nineteen dollars one time, you can give
it a month, you can give twenty five dollars one time,
you can make it monthly. You got a block where
you can give fifty dollars one time, or you can
make it monthly. Or they got a block below that
where you could type in look, if you only got
five dollars, if you only got four dollars, if you
got three dollars, whatever you do, type that in and

(39:14):
then and you could pay on Apple Pay, which is
fascinating to me because I just got that yesterday.

Speaker 2 (39:21):
I just got Apple Pay yesterday.

Speaker 7 (39:23):
My bank shut my whole account down when they found
out I tried to transfer some money over there.

Speaker 2 (39:27):
They will who is this sir?

Speaker 3 (39:31):
But this is what this is about.

Speaker 7 (39:32):
Text that number in the block to say two t
O seven eight five eight three three. Then go down
there where you type a message to somebody and just
type in SHMS Steve Hawk Morning Show and hit that
Lenk and Gill and you can save somebody life.

Speaker 3 (39:48):
That's what it's about. Now on that act like you care.

Speaker 8 (39:54):
A five eight three three now coming up at thirty
four minutes after, we'll talk about Father's Day gifts he'll
actually use. Right after this, you're listening Morning show, so
we all know that this Sunday is Father's Day. This
Sunday is Father's Day, guys.

Speaker 6 (40:12):
And yeah, let's get excited.

Speaker 2 (40:16):
Yeah, well, jokes about it. I'm sad of Well.

Speaker 8 (40:22):
The other day, remember we talked about the fun Father's
Day activities that you guys can do, and now we
found a list online with Father's Day gifts that dad
will actually use.

Speaker 6 (40:32):
Okay, So Steve, Tommy.

Speaker 8 (40:34):
And Junior Sive you like these suggestions because you weren't
too keen on the last ones.

Speaker 6 (40:38):
Okay.

Speaker 8 (40:39):
They have something called a travel adapter. Now, what the
travel adapter does for Dad or the man in your life,
especially if he likes to travel this internationally.

Speaker 6 (40:49):
This, if you have a travel adapter that can help you, that's.

Speaker 3 (40:54):
What the travel adapter that does what surely well.

Speaker 8 (40:58):
The travel adapter. It helps you adapt to the place
you're in. Okay, you know how you go.

Speaker 6 (41:02):
You may not know the currency, or you may not
know where to stay or where to go, but it
helps you.

Speaker 7 (41:08):
Are you talking about Ada goes into the wall.

Speaker 2 (41:14):
It's a.

Speaker 1 (41:16):
It's a charger.

Speaker 3 (41:17):
Girl tells you what you.

Speaker 6 (41:24):
Make it up to adapt to the to this place
you're in.

Speaker 2 (41:27):
Okay, goes into the wall.

Speaker 14 (41:32):
Oh, plugs and stuff. A good gift for where to
eat and think about it and help your adapt to
the space to the place.

Speaker 3 (41:44):
Don't nobody want.

Speaker 6 (41:48):
I think that's a great Father's Day.

Speaker 7 (41:50):
Gift today with this kind of confused right here, see
that And that's another ball where you get it and
you don't even know what the person give it to.
You don't even know what it is, like I hear.

Speaker 3 (42:09):
You ain't try. You just proved a point. What's the
next ragged is about?

Speaker 6 (42:14):
How about this a cooler on wheels?

Speaker 7 (42:17):
I don't dragon, no damn cooler or wheels, so y'all
can have cold drinks down at the beach, you know,
heartier dragon cooler.

Speaker 2 (42:26):
Through the sand on the damn beach.

Speaker 9 (42:30):
Wheel.

Speaker 3 (42:32):
Now thinking of the care that's man, no head.

Speaker 6 (42:35):
Okay, all right, let's go to the next one.

Speaker 10 (42:37):
You might like this one.

Speaker 8 (42:38):
It's a massage gun, a massage gun okay, you know,
like if you work out and your muscle on.

Speaker 3 (42:46):
Have one time and damn blew the back of my
neck off.

Speaker 2 (42:54):
That was that was? That was That's Steve's tournament.

Speaker 1 (42:59):
Okay, you got it as a see.

Speaker 6 (43:03):
So that's something you like you don't like.

Speaker 3 (43:05):
Okay, I'm tell you right now, just use it on
your leg, don't put it up there by.

Speaker 6 (43:12):
Okay. So that one, that one you might live doing.

Speaker 3 (43:15):
Your neck and then slip up and shut all your teeth.
Do this on your legs.

Speaker 2 (43:21):
See, this one is dangerous, ass. This one is for you.

Speaker 8 (43:26):
Okay, you like to be outside. This is a camp chair.
You can get your dad a camp chair or one
of those long lounge chairs with a portable cup holder.

Speaker 1 (43:37):
Yes, good, that's convenience.

Speaker 2 (43:39):
That's so we got that. So we got to drag
the fold away chair.

Speaker 7 (43:49):
The cup all this time and done to the family,
and you finish, get me a rather fold away chair
with a portable cup holder.

Speaker 3 (43:58):
All of them got cup holders on it.

Speaker 6 (44:00):
You said you don't want to set my wrinch socks.

Speaker 3 (44:03):
Girl, I'm at my wrench right now. For these kids,
I can go outside. I show you thirteen of the
damn chicks like. So that's the list.

Speaker 8 (44:12):
Okay, you one more together, dog, one more a cordless chainsaw.
How about that one a cordless chainsaw.

Speaker 7 (44:23):
Another, all your gifts can chill your dad a cordless chainsaw.

Speaker 2 (44:31):
Who the hell got a change?

Speaker 3 (44:33):
You want a chord on it? How are you out
in the woods with a chain saw with a damn
cord on them?

Speaker 8 (44:38):
A cordless It's cordless, girl, all chain.

Speaker 2 (44:43):
Saws, it's cordless.

Speaker 3 (44:45):
Who the hell you don't like the list?

Speaker 4 (44:48):
Y'all don't like these?

Speaker 3 (44:49):
But they cancel fall this.

Speaker 14 (44:50):
Day like that?

Speaker 8 (44:52):
Coming up next, it is a prank phone call from
one of our dads that we love on this show.

Speaker 6 (44:57):
Nephew tell me right after this you're listening.

Speaker 10 (45:02):
Morning show.

Speaker 8 (45:04):
Coming up at the top of the hour, about four
minutes after, it's my strawberry letter for today, and the
subject is his family never has any money.

Speaker 6 (45:12):
We'll get into that.

Speaker 8 (45:13):
That's pretty self explanatory, right, we'll get into it in
just a few because right now the nephew is here
with today's prank phone call.

Speaker 6 (45:21):
But Steve, you wanted to say something before we got
to the prank.

Speaker 2 (45:25):
Do we have to say?

Speaker 7 (45:25):
You know what I was talking about these gifts on
the last episode where you were doing all these fabulous
New Father's Day gifts. I don't know if you all noticed,
but all the gifts, see what you can't do on
Mother's Day. You can't give her mother's day a washing
dry damn Michael Waves. You had her a personalized Yes,

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why was all y'all's gifts to help?

Speaker 10 (45:54):
Now?

Speaker 2 (45:54):
We got a cordss chain, yes.

Speaker 12 (46:00):
You use it?

Speaker 3 (46:00):
No no use for what? Some damn yard work in
the yard.

Speaker 2 (46:06):
You got this lawn chill.

Speaker 7 (46:08):
Yeah, we're gonna need the lawn chair after we get
tied from doing all the damn with a yard holder.

Speaker 3 (46:15):
Again, you can don't forget the cooler that ll old cool?
Hell we thirsty?

Speaker 7 (46:23):
What your cooler is to the cooler with the wheels on,
it is to drag all the sodas out on the
beach for your damn family.

Speaker 6 (46:35):
I don't get it. You said you didn't wet shirt.

Speaker 2 (46:39):
By your own damn.

Speaker 3 (46:40):
Pop at the beach. Why we gotta drag all this
pot mess down.

Speaker 7 (46:43):
Here with us?

Speaker 9 (46:44):
You?

Speaker 3 (46:44):
You got the massage, you got massage that.

Speaker 1 (46:50):
After your workout post diovery use your massage gun on
your muscles?

Speaker 3 (46:55):
What's that that's at?

Speaker 2 (46:57):
Using that by yourself?

Speaker 7 (47:00):
You what not? A kid can do nothing but the
front of your leg. Why hang up there by your neck?
And when hang up there by your neck, I hadn't
done that. It slip off and knock all your damn
teeth out. I'm just changing what I want.

Speaker 6 (47:13):
And thank you, thank you guys for schooling me on.

Speaker 8 (47:15):
The travel adapter, because I had a whole different idea
of what that was.

Speaker 3 (47:20):
Yeah.

Speaker 1 (47:21):
Yeah, not an ask for the dad.

Speaker 6 (47:23):
Who travels internationally.

Speaker 13 (47:27):
These are all great convenient gifts that you would use
Father's Day.

Speaker 6 (47:32):
My son told me.

Speaker 11 (47:34):
My son told me fathers get to eat free on
on Sunday at Chick fil A. I almost knocked him
out the rupt with Chick fil A clothes.

Speaker 2 (47:41):
On some.

Speaker 11 (47:46):
All right, Dallas, for I worked the nephew was coming
to the Majestic that Saturday night. Tickets on sale right now,
Father's Day weekend. Come be your father with me. We
can do this together. O great, all right, nephew Thomas
House party comedy jam.

Speaker 2 (47:58):
This right here is Yes, who's moving next door?

Speaker 15 (48:02):
Yes?

Speaker 2 (48:02):
Who's moving next door? Cat dog?

Speaker 1 (48:05):
If you would.

Speaker 9 (48:07):
Hello, I'm trying to reach uh mister, is it Docan Dolan? Dolan? Dolan,
mister Dolan, Yes, sir, how you doing?

Speaker 2 (48:16):
My name is.

Speaker 9 (48:18):
Clifford Clipper. Yeah. What can I do for you?

Speaker 2 (48:20):
Mister?

Speaker 15 (48:21):
Uh?

Speaker 9 (48:22):
You you you live at uh cheh out drawn. Why
do you want to know that? Well, actually, I'm at
sixteen twenty three. I bought I bought the Uh I
actually bought the house that was for sale next door
to you.

Speaker 12 (48:36):
Okay, well, well congratulations, But how did you get my number?

Speaker 11 (48:39):
Uh?

Speaker 9 (48:39):
Well, 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
Dolan was actually the person next door and and uh
he didn't think you would mind meet me actually getting
the number. Okay, well, I'll talk with a real lyric layer.
But what can I do for you?

Speaker 12 (48:57):
Sir?

Speaker 9 (48:57):
What?

Speaker 13 (48:58):
What?

Speaker 12 (48:58):
What?

Speaker 9 (48:58):
I what I wanted to know is to do do
you have any problems like living next door to to
to black people? I'm sorry, what did you just ask me?
I mean, like, like you know, like I said, I
just bought the place next door, and I wanted to know,
do you have any problems you know, living next door
with the black people?

Speaker 12 (49:14):
Uh?

Speaker 9 (49:15):
No, sir, I have no problem.

Speaker 12 (49:17):
I'm assuming you're a black man, and I have no
problem with that. I judge people by their actions, not
their color.

Speaker 9 (49:25):
Okay, now do you do you do you have any
any black people experience?

Speaker 12 (49:29):
Well, yeah, I've worked with, gone to school with, have
several friends of many different ethnicities.

Speaker 2 (49:35):
But what is it?

Speaker 9 (49:36):
What's this? How is this relative? Well, you know, like
I say, 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 a co exist relative on
the same block and not really have a problem with
one another, basically, is what I'm trying to say. What
do you have a problem with white people? No? No, No,
I don't have found white people. I'm cool. I'm just

(49:58):
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 when we do. Yeah, yeah, we
have a problem. I mean, I.

Speaker 12 (50:08):
Don't bothering me while on that work.

Speaker 2 (50:10):
What's your problem?

Speaker 9 (50:11):
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 layout of this
entire property. And when I look at it, you actually
twenty five close to thirty feet over the property line.

Speaker 12 (50:29):
Well, now you look at the wrong map.

Speaker 9 (50:31):
No, No, the fifth that separates my backyard from your backyard.
You are thirty feet over that.

Speaker 15 (50:37):
That's impossible, you know.

Speaker 9 (50:39):
Listen, and I know what is that. Let me let me.

Speaker 2 (50:40):
Let me tell you how I.

Speaker 9 (50:42):
Looked at you got a jacuzie in your backyard?

Speaker 2 (50:44):
Right?

Speaker 9 (50:45):
See them even spine on me, no harm them inspired
on you, sir. I'm just telling you closer that not
far from that fish line? Don't don't you have a
jacuzie there?

Speaker 12 (50:54):
Well?

Speaker 9 (50:54):
As a matter of fact, I.

Speaker 15 (50:55):
Do, yes, okay.

Speaker 9 (50:57):
Now the pools, the Poola's okay. But what if I
if I pushed that fence line back thirty it actually
get the property that I'm supposed to have.

Speaker 15 (51:06):
I pretty much own.

Speaker 12 (51:07):
Yo yo yo yo jakuz you'll have to I see. Okay,
let me tell you something. I've been in that house
for ten years. We put that fence up when we
moved in, and it was based on the property line
that was that was set when ten years ago. I
don't know what you're looking at, but my fence is
not moving, my jacuzzi's not moving, and there's there's no

(51:29):
changing that.

Speaker 2 (51:30):
Okay.

Speaker 9 (51:31):
Well, let me let me let me I'm glad you
just use your voice. What you wanted the boy. Not
not not no you hear you hear a WLD cup
it out.

Speaker 15 (51:38):
Let me tell you so.

Speaker 9 (51:39):
Uh, Either we're gonna take the fence line and move
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 miss Kobe and pool or
whatever I want to.

Speaker 15 (51:52):
All right, let's let's let's let's.

Speaker 9 (51:53):
Talk about this.

Speaker 12 (51:54):
First of all, there's not gonna be a date, okay.
And as far as you just coming over and in
the jacuzzie at will, 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 part of

(52:15):
my plan. Bad I owned the uzie, sir, No, you
did not pay for that jacuzzie.

Speaker 6 (52:22):
You did not pay for that tense.

Speaker 15 (52:24):
You just showed up making a He called me at work,
and and and and and then you had me some
story with no evidence. I'll go down to the city
Hall and look at those papers myself, because that owns
the word you're saying. I've been there for ten years.
I've had ten other neighbors in that backyard.

Speaker 12 (52:44):
You'll cycle through once a year, I swear, and I've
never had any problems with him until you come along.

Speaker 9 (52:50):
This is some okay. 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 part
owns your chacuzi. 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.

Speaker 15 (53:06):
You will, man, You know what I mean, Just no
move into back. I'm gonna use a jacuzie on Monday,
Wednesday and Friday. You gonna get it on Tuesday, Thursday,
on the weekend. That's it, because body is damn Zakouzie
belongs to me.

Speaker 9 (53:21):
Zakuzi is home by a black man and a white man,
and we gonna get along lot of line.

Speaker 15 (53:26):
Look here, little listen, hear you too, You to dictate
what days I get to use my jecuzie, because it's
not you're coming over to my desk.

Speaker 9 (53:34):
You're not just your crying.

Speaker 15 (53:36):
It's our jakuzie because you you built that.

Speaker 9 (53:39):
That's the only thing that makes it yours. It's being
on my part of the property I was making mine.

Speaker 15 (53:44):
So therefore we're gonna shot his damn jakuzie and we're
gonna drive you here, my jacuzzi. I'm tossing you're across
the fence.

Speaker 9 (53:52):
I will be there on Monday's.

Speaker 12 (53:54):
Wednesdays, and you ain't gonna be I don't be standing
at my jakuzie with a shotgun.

Speaker 15 (53:59):
You take one yap over to my property, my property line.
I swear if I could jump to this phone, i'd
ring your neck.

Speaker 9 (54:06):
You know who's gonna be in there with me?

Speaker 15 (54:07):
Who's gonna be in there?

Speaker 9 (54:09):
I'm gonna have cutting hell in the dawn? Jacuz Who
cutting hell?

Speaker 3 (54:15):
My coworker.

Speaker 15 (54:18):
Hey, man, this is nephew.

Speaker 9 (54:20):
Tell me, man, you're born cutting hell. Got me the
plank phone, call you a go go pay back you man,
We got you. You're running. Hey, I got one more
thing to ask you, man. What is the baddest and
I mean the baddest radio show in the last, the

(54:41):
Steve Harvey's Radio.

Speaker 8 (54:46):
All right, nephew, thank you Coming up next Strawberry letter
for today subject.

Speaker 6 (54:50):
His family never has any money. We'll get into it
right after this.

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Speaker 8 (55:23):
Nephew's subject his family never has any money. Dear Stephen Shirley,
I'm married to the sweetest man on earth, and he's
very outgoing and he loves to cook. Because of that,
we never can have a quiet dinner at home. If
he makes pasta. He has enough food to feed the multitude,

(55:44):
and his family knows it, so they automatically drop by
and fix a plate. My husband has styrofoam to go
plates just for his family. I complain about his family
taking advantage of him, but he doesn't see it that way.
I do sneaky little things, like I'll ask his mother
to bring a gallon of milk when she comes, but
she always has an excuse not to do it. She'll

(56:06):
say she wasn't dressed to run in the store, or
she forgot to shop. Same with his brother. He always
shows up empty handed. Since the fourth of July is
coming up, I told my husband to leave the planning
up to me after he ordered a bouncy house for
our backyard so all of his nieces and nephews can play.
So I sent out eight individual emails to his sisters,

(56:28):
his brother, his parents, and his godmother. I told them
what to bring based on their income. I got eight
emails back, and the first thing on each email.

Speaker 6 (56:39):
Was did E ask you to send this to me?

Speaker 8 (56:42):
Then I got six different excuses about them not having
any money. It's the first of June and they're already
claiming to be broke past the fourth of July. When
my husband found out I sent the emails, he went
off on me. He said I was dead wrong for
asking his family to chip in, knowing they all have
financial issues. I yelled back at him because I'm tired

(57:05):
of him feeding and entertaining those broke grown folks with
our money.

Speaker 6 (57:10):
Is his ego taking over and he's trying to impress
his family?

Speaker 8 (57:14):
Why does he take care of them like this obviously
because he can, and that's what he wants to do.

Speaker 6 (57:20):
He wants to do it.

Speaker 8 (57:21):
He's been doing it for so long this way. It's
a hard habit to break. I know this is frustrating
to you as his wife. You're counting the money and
all of that. You see them as using him and
taking advantage of him, and.

Speaker 6 (57:33):
They are, and it is.

Speaker 3 (57:35):
But he wants to do this.

Speaker 8 (57:37):
He wants to cook for them and have them over.
You said he was sweet and very outgoing, and he
loves to cook. He enjoys cooking for his family. Remember
you said he was sweet and outgoing. I really think
you should pick your battles, and in this one you're
losing with your husband.

Speaker 3 (57:54):
You just are.

Speaker 8 (57:55):
This is the man you married, this outgoing guy who
loves to cook and have family over. You know you
want intimate time with your husband.

Speaker 6 (58:03):
I get that.

Speaker 8 (58:04):
Maybe you should schedule date nights if you want to
be alone with him. Cooking big meals makes him happy.
I mean, I just say, don't ruin it for him.
Your little email scam to his family backfired, and they
never bring anything when you ask them to, so you
might have to let this one go.

Speaker 6 (58:23):
Your house is that house the family house. Everybody comes
over there to eat. He cooks a lot because.

Speaker 8 (58:28):
He wants them to come over and dig in. Otherwise
all that food would go to waste. I mean, I
don't think this is as big a problem as you
seem to think it is.

Speaker 7 (58:37):
Steve Lady, the subject is his family never has any money.
Who in Hill on this show don't know that sentence?
Who out there in the listening audience don't know that sentence?
Don't ever set to say his You could just say

(58:58):
they fam never has any money, and you can and
you can put the shoe on whatever foot it fit.
Everybody been through that, Everybody know that. Come on now, now,
you're married to the sweetest man on earth. He's very
outgoing and he loves to cook. Okay, you just described

(59:21):
who you're married to. That's who you have. He's yours.
He is the sweetest man on earth. He's very outgoing
and he loves to cook. Okay, tada, what's the rest
of his letter fault? If you state that right up
at the top, what is the rest of the letter fault?

(59:43):
Because all the rest of the letter is is you
countering who you already know this man is. Because of that,
we can never have a quiet dinner at home. If
he makes pasta. He has enough food to feed the multitudes,
and his family knows it.

Speaker 2 (01:00:00):
I see that.

Speaker 7 (01:00:01):
That's a biblical reference. You tried to go holy. He
got enough food to.

Speaker 6 (01:00:07):
Feed the multitudes.

Speaker 7 (01:00:08):
Now you na you mad because he trying to be
Jesus five thousand hungry souls.

Speaker 2 (01:00:14):
He fed.

Speaker 7 (01:00:16):
Five fish, two loads of bread. That's what that reference is.
My husband had started from him to gold plates for
his family. I complained about his family taking advantage of him.
But he don't see it that way. You know why
he don't see it that way, because he's the sweetest
man on earth. That's what you said. But now you
mad because he's being the very reason you married him.

(01:00:41):
He just didn't know he was married to the wicked
witch of the West, and that's the problem. Hang on,
he didn't know he had married brune Hilda. Hang on,
Cinderellas will have two of your response to step almost.

Speaker 8 (01:01:01):
The subject of today's strawberry letter is his family never
has any money.

Speaker 6 (01:01:05):
We'll get back into it right after this. You're listening.

Speaker 8 (01:01:09):
Morning show, all right, Come on, Steve let's recap today's
strawberry letter.

Speaker 6 (01:01:13):
The subject is his family never has any money.

Speaker 7 (01:01:18):
They don't They never have money, and he knows that
he grew up in this family. That's where he from.
You stated that you're married to the sweetest man on earth.
He's outgoing and he loves to cook. So if that's
the case, why did you write this letter? Because everything
in this letter you wrote counters exactly what you say.

(01:01:39):
We can never have a quiet dinner at home. If
he make positive he got enough food to feed the multitudes.
You try to be religious owners. Five thousand hongry souls
he fed, but that's what he do. He even has
style foam to go place for his family. I complain
about his family taking advantage of him, but he don't
see it that way.

Speaker 2 (01:01:57):
He don't see it that way.

Speaker 7 (01:01:58):
Because he is a kind and loving person, the sweetest
man on earth. Then you say, I do sneaky little
things like I'll ask his mother to bring a gallon
of milk when she comes, but she always got an
excuse not to. She'll say she wasn't dressed to run
to the store and forgot to stop.

Speaker 3 (01:02:15):
Same with his brother.

Speaker 7 (01:02:16):
He always show up in behnded and since the fourth
of July's coused me. I told my husband to leave
the planning up to me. That was after he ordered
a bouncy house so all his nephews and nieces could
play in the backyard. That's who you married, the sweetest
man on earth. But no, so you say I tried

(01:02:40):
to be sneaky. I sent our eight individual emails to
his sisters and brothers, his parents, and his godmother.

Speaker 3 (01:02:45):
I told him what to bring based on their income.

Speaker 7 (01:02:48):
I got eight emails back, and the first thing each
each email said was did he asked.

Speaker 2 (01:02:53):
You to send me to.

Speaker 7 (01:02:56):
So see, you ain't as sneaky as you think. I
try to do sneaky little stuff. I sent out eight
individual email. Well, you ain't as sneak as you think,
and I already know he didn't ask you to do.

Speaker 2 (01:03:07):
This because you blocking.

Speaker 7 (01:03:12):
Then I got six different excuses about them not having
any money. And your husband know this about this family.
He grew up in this family. He knows how how
they are. This is the first of June and they
are already complaining about being broke past to.

Speaker 3 (01:03:28):
Fourth because they already broke.

Speaker 2 (01:03:33):
These are broke people.

Speaker 7 (01:03:36):
They plan on being broke, They have no aspirations of
plans of prospering.

Speaker 2 (01:03:43):
Who don't know people like that? He got a family
full of them.

Speaker 7 (01:03:47):
Now, it's confusing to you, and it's frustrating to you,
and you feel as though you're being taken advantage of.

Speaker 3 (01:03:55):
I got that.

Speaker 7 (01:03:58):
They all have financial issues, they always have and they
always will. But he loves them. They are his folks.
They have some redeeming qualities, but they ain't got no money. Now,
if you start getting rid of family members because we
they ain't got no money, we ain't gonna have no family.

(01:04:19):
I wouldn't have no family. It was based on their income.
So no, I still love my family. I still help
my family. I take care of my family. And I'm
gonna tell you why. You said I'm tired of him
feeding and entertaining those broke grown folks. No, no, no,
they are not broke grown folks with our money.

Speaker 2 (01:04:39):
They are his.

Speaker 7 (01:04:40):
Family's his ego taking over and he's trying to impress
his family. Why does he take care of him like that.
I'm gonna tell you exactly why. It is not his ego,
It is his responsibility. And you know why is his
responsibility because he is the chosen one. He is the

(01:05:02):
one in the family that made it. He is the
one in the family that cut hisself aside and distance himself.
How do you know how many people out here listening
to this letter knows what I'm talking about. You are
the one in your family. You it, and you can

(01:05:22):
quit tripping cause you it.

Speaker 2 (01:05:25):
Now.

Speaker 7 (01:05:26):
You can be either a borrower or you can be
the lender. Which one you want to be? Your husband
is the lender? Now would you prefer that you be
married to the lender or the borrower? You can't complain
about what all's on your plate when your whole goal

(01:05:46):
was to eat. Y'all eat, and they eat because of you.
I'm sorry, I'm the chosen one in my family. You
happen to be the chosen one in your family.

Speaker 2 (01:05:59):
Tag you sorry? You ain't like Butcher?

Speaker 3 (01:06:02):
Nil you it?

Speaker 2 (01:06:04):
Sorry?

Speaker 3 (01:06:05):
You ain't like Pooky, Nil you it? Sorry you married
into that family. They ain't like you.

Speaker 2 (01:06:12):
Sorry, but you're it. You're it. Quit complaining about being
it because it is who you are. And I would
rather be y'all than.

Speaker 3 (01:06:24):
To be them.

Speaker 7 (01:06:26):
What you tripping for? You overlooking the blessing that you
can feed them? Many people and still have money. You
missing the blessing that you ain't them, that you get
to be you. Y'all got money for a bouncy house
to put in the backyard. What they can't put a
bouncy house back then, they barely got a mattress. A

(01:06:47):
bouncing house. Y'all better go out there and jump off
them steps. That's what we did when we was little.
We wanted to jump. We had to go out and
jump off steps.

Speaker 6 (01:06:56):
We ain't handle damn bouncing house onto the mattress.

Speaker 7 (01:07:00):
Listen, y'all stop complaining, cause you the one. You are
the one sorry. You are the responsible one. You are
the one that separated yourself. You're the first one get
a job at the post office. You the first one
go to college. You the first one that got a
job as a supervisor. You're the first one to open

(01:07:21):
up a business. You the first one to become successful.
You it sorry now, normally doing strawberry letters, I take
this time to make a fool out of these people,
but this is a great moment for us, and I'm.

Speaker 2 (01:07:35):
Talking to me.

Speaker 7 (01:07:36):
Shut up, Steve, complaining about being it, because you are it.
They'll be there on the fourth of July and they're
all taking a plate home and they're going to bust
to bounce the house.

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Terry says, I've gotten when of a birthday surprise that's
being planned for me at work, and I want no
part of it. First Off, I hate surprises. Secondly, I
stopped making a big deal about my birthday when I
became an adult. Thirdly, when I'm done working, I want
to go home or to hang out with my friends.
The vast majority of my coworkers are not friends. And

(01:12:23):
it all seems very fake to me. Now, if this
party were to happen while I'm on the clock, I'm
all for it. However, the buzz is that this will
be happening after the workday is over. So that begs
the question, how do I put a stop to it
if I'm not supposed to know about it?

Speaker 2 (01:12:40):
Glory?

Speaker 7 (01:12:41):
Well, first of all, you say you don't like surprises,
that's oval you find out about it.

Speaker 3 (01:12:47):
It ain't a surprise.

Speaker 7 (01:12:50):
Sometimes as an adult, you stop caring about your birthday
as an adult, But sometimes as an adult, guess what
we have to do?

Speaker 2 (01:12:56):
We got plady game. We got Plady game. I do
stuff all the time I don't want to do.

Speaker 7 (01:13:02):
I complain about it when ain't nobody missed it. But
then I know how to play the game, So I
play the game.

Speaker 3 (01:13:10):
Just play along.

Speaker 7 (01:13:11):
You don't know one of them people right there can
help you with your next promotion down at the job.
It's just a few hours sit down with them fake
ass people. You might discover that one of them fake
ass people is actually all right.

Speaker 3 (01:13:26):
They don't like them, don't like them, Okay, it's a surprise.

Speaker 1 (01:13:31):
Play it off and enjoy the party.

Speaker 7 (01:13:32):
That what you think for me to go down there,
enjoy the party and sit down with them fake people.
You might discover one of them fake people is been
faked just like you, and really enjoy girl, play it
all along with it.

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I do it all the time. You know stuff.

Speaker 5 (01:13:46):
I don't want to do.

Speaker 2 (01:13:49):
This stuff that you don't want to you don't. I
don't want to lie.

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So have you ever done stuff with us and you
didn't want to do Yeah, we've been on vacation.

Speaker 6 (01:14:03):
The party eating is gonna pay for it, right or Tommy,
that's right.

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The only one paper stuff is the fellas. Juli bought some.

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Here here does here?

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You know what on that trip trip to say Jude,
on the trip to Saint Jude had to buy stuff?

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Then?

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Did you? Thank you?

Speaker 16 (01:14:36):
Thank you?

Speaker 9 (01:14:37):
Right?

Speaker 2 (01:14:37):
I got a feed too.

Speaker 5 (01:14:39):
I can't be out here, come back till they was
harming you didn't do nothing about it.

Speaker 6 (01:14:42):
I can't come in here with that one.

Speaker 3 (01:14:44):
He's been tom If.

Speaker 11 (01:14:45):
We can't hear you speaker, y'all be on the diet
next time we go out.

Speaker 3 (01:14:56):
Thing about the women. They that's the problem.

Speaker 1 (01:15:03):
We're appreciative though, we're very grateful.

Speaker 2 (01:15:08):
Thank you all the time.

Speaker 13 (01:15:10):
Yeah, thank you guys, problem be sure to be the problem,
because you.

Speaker 2 (01:15:18):
Problem.

Speaker 6 (01:15:19):
I don't even eat that much. How am I the problem?
Because I expect it?

Speaker 7 (01:15:23):
Yeah, but it's what you be ordered. I know you're
gonna be buying this stuff when you're on your own,
not at all.

Speaker 6 (01:15:32):
On Blue Blue.

Speaker 8 (01:15:38):
I will have more of the Steve Harvey Morning Show
coming up in twenty minutes after right after this.

Speaker 2 (01:15:44):
So one time Big dropped me off over there.

Speaker 7 (01:15:47):
I told Big comeback by one thirty pick me up
so I can go home, now, you know, and late
at night they really come out there food.

Speaker 3 (01:15:54):
Oh I forgot it was about brother.

Speaker 16 (01:15:56):
Yeah, so Big, this fool came to raising the dough
bill and they opened the door and Big walked in.
I said, oh man, and roach fell off the ceiling
on Big show, Big exulent, Big knocked, he.

Speaker 3 (01:16:12):
Said, hey, man, was that a roach?

Speaker 8 (01:16:15):
That just hell on?

Speaker 1 (01:16:18):
What's going on in here?

Speaker 3 (01:16:20):
And then he walked in and saw all these roaches
and he was just not and he was just shiling roaches.
He were just stoopid.

Speaker 2 (01:16:26):
Man.

Speaker 3 (01:16:26):
Look, you ain't gonna believe what the hell? Ain't nobody
looking at the.

Speaker 12 (01:16:33):
Y'all.

Speaker 3 (01:16:34):
He was just holling, wow, man, we got to get
out of.

Speaker 10 (01:16:40):
You're listening Harvey Morning Show.

Speaker 8 (01:16:45):
All right, So Steve this week, you know, we're going
all out for Saint Jude here on the Steve Harvey
Morning Show. We hope that our audience will join us
in giving and donating to Saint Jude for such a
worthy cause, just nineteen dollars a month. I mean, Saint
Jude's mission is finding cures and saving lives for children
diagnosed with various types of cancer and sickle cell disease.

Speaker 7 (01:17:09):
And it's a lot of Africa and I didn't know
it's in there, and that's really important. Yeah, people don't understand.
Saint Juds is not about race. It is not about
your religion. It is about saving children's lives with no
cost to the parents. They fly these parents into these hospitals,
They house them, they feed them, they take care of

(01:17:31):
every medical bill. Your child go home cure and you
don't have medical bill?

Speaker 3 (01:17:36):
Now, who do that? This is very, very different, and
it's crazy.

Speaker 2 (01:17:40):
Man.

Speaker 7 (01:17:40):
We have got to we have got to support these people.
Listen to me, man, this Saint Juds Hospital is worth it.
You have got to make a donation. When we come back,
I will tell you how to make the donation. Who
the text to? What the text? Matter of fact, let
me do it right quick. All you got to do
is text in two block seven eight five eight three

(01:18:02):
three seven eight five eight three three, go down in
the message and type in s h M S. That's
abbreviation for Steve Hart Mortar Show, press the c in
button and the rest of us up to you and
help save children's lives. And oh, by the way, a
Q designed the hospital.

Speaker 8 (01:18:21):
Strikes again back after this. You're listening hard morning show,
and it's time now for a round it.

Speaker 6 (01:18:31):
Would you rather? Would you rather be the center of
attention or just go unnoticed?

Speaker 2 (01:18:37):
I want to be the center of it.

Speaker 6 (01:18:39):
We know you, we know, we already know.

Speaker 2 (01:18:43):
Yeah, we know.

Speaker 3 (01:18:44):
Long the time you center attention, Why don't walk around
nobody see me.

Speaker 2 (01:18:51):
I'm going to be the center. That choice been gone
for me along.

Speaker 6 (01:19:01):
Can you not be the center of exception?

Speaker 2 (01:19:05):
All right?

Speaker 6 (01:19:06):
You're about to get married again?

Speaker 8 (01:19:07):
You want all your exes there or you want your
new bride's x there at the wedding?

Speaker 1 (01:19:13):
There it ain't why is my glory?

Speaker 2 (01:19:19):
Why of fact? They can walk me down out, give
you away because me and your ex we're gonna be thumping.

Speaker 3 (01:19:32):
You're gonna fight here and and and he over there
making a plate.

Speaker 6 (01:19:38):
At the reception.

Speaker 3 (01:19:39):
My man, in your lower back so hard you locked
that whole punch trailer.

Speaker 8 (01:19:49):
This fighting thing for a moment. You're a gladiator in
the ring. Imagine yourself a gladiator in the ring. Would
you rather fight a lion or a rhinoceros?

Speaker 7 (01:20:00):
Rhinoceros online, I'm losing either. I'm I'm gonna fight that
day on rhinoceros. Really yeah, I'm gonna try to tie him.

Speaker 2 (01:20:12):
Lion.

Speaker 6 (01:20:13):
You're not gonna have lion.

Speaker 7 (01:20:17):
We're gonna do something. I'm gonna I'm gonna do something.
Jump over the rhinoceros, jump something, man, stay behind, I
grab his tail and just hang on that line.

Speaker 10 (01:20:30):
You're gonna.

Speaker 1 (01:20:31):
Put that line as soon.

Speaker 2 (01:20:33):
As he roar.

Speaker 3 (01:20:34):
I'm sugar honey iced tea all over.

Speaker 2 (01:20:37):
The lad, Am I.

Speaker 6 (01:20:43):
All right? Would you rather be allergic to barbecue? Barbecue ribs?
Or would you rather be allergic to pizza?

Speaker 2 (01:20:51):
Show the two of the greatest things in life? Right?

Speaker 6 (01:20:56):
Which one?

Speaker 2 (01:20:57):
Which?

Speaker 6 (01:20:57):
Barbecue or people?

Speaker 2 (01:21:00):
Pizza?

Speaker 13 (01:21:00):
Go hard?

Speaker 2 (01:21:01):
Man so good?

Speaker 1 (01:21:04):
So allergic to everything tomatoes cheese.

Speaker 2 (01:21:08):
I'd rather be allergic to fruit.

Speaker 1 (01:21:12):
Pick something random.

Speaker 2 (01:21:15):
I got to I got to have that pizza, man.

Speaker 1 (01:21:20):
So you're rather.

Speaker 9 (01:21:23):
Some baby back.

Speaker 1 (01:21:31):
Pizza or.

Speaker 2 (01:21:33):
I'm blas about the best one, y'all? Hand right good,
I'm gonna have to keep the ribs. I just know
how little ribs.

Speaker 3 (01:21:40):
Okay, all right, all right?

Speaker 7 (01:21:45):
My father would come back from the great dish on
me if I picked pizza. It's nowhere, boy.

Speaker 12 (01:21:52):
The ribs.

Speaker 7 (01:21:54):
I've never seen my father eat a pizza pizza in
his life. I've never seen him in the pizza.

Speaker 6 (01:21:59):
Really wow, But you love pizza so much.

Speaker 2 (01:22:03):
I love you.

Speaker 8 (01:22:05):
All right, that's today's round, and would you rather coming
up at forty nine minutes after the hour, I think
we found some more Father's Day gifts that you guys
might like.

Speaker 6 (01:22:14):
Trying to help you, help us, help you, all right,
every Father's Day. You're listening.

Speaker 10 (01:22:25):
Morning show.

Speaker 8 (01:22:26):
It is time now for our last break of the day,
and we're going to close out the show with this
Steve Tommy Junior. Sunday is Father's Day. We know that
we had some gifts earlier that we picked we thought
you guys might like. You didn't like any of those
who said they were going to kill you. So how
about these they were dangerous?

Speaker 6 (01:22:44):
Yeah, and we.

Speaker 8 (01:22:46):
Weren't trying to do that. All Right, here we go.
How about some waterproof Bluetooth speakers? Waterproof Bluetooth speakers.

Speaker 2 (01:22:56):
Now, y'all are really gonna electric cutes no.

Speaker 12 (01:23:00):
Proof?

Speaker 6 (01:23:00):
What are you talking about?

Speaker 2 (01:23:03):
I don't put electricity in no water. I don't put
no nothing.

Speaker 5 (01:23:06):
Now in my soaking tub with what I'm doing?

Speaker 6 (01:23:10):
What you said, Jr.

Speaker 5 (01:23:11):
Now we're in a soaking tub with speakers. Now what
we're doing that's water by going out to Pollo.

Speaker 6 (01:23:18):
Steve, you've said nothing.

Speaker 7 (01:23:20):
You gotta be careful when they start adding features to
stuff that's already got a specialized feature. You got a
blue tooth speaker, now to make it water proof. Yeah,
they got to cut costs somewhere. The blue tooth speaker
already don't sign with.

Speaker 6 (01:23:41):
So what are you saying? This is saying you used.
They don't want I don't want it.

Speaker 7 (01:23:45):
They don't want don't I don't want no damn blue
tooth speaker?

Speaker 2 (01:23:48):
What is it?

Speaker 1 (01:23:48):
Okay?

Speaker 6 (01:23:49):
How about this?

Speaker 8 (01:23:49):
How about that We're gonna stay technical for a minute.
How about you get a personalized phone charger and they
could put Dad on it.

Speaker 6 (01:23:58):
You know, love you Dad, They Dad, but they won't know.

Speaker 3 (01:24:01):
Ragged ass phone charging?

Speaker 2 (01:24:05):
Wait here, he got a phone charger.

Speaker 6 (01:24:07):
We don't have a personalized He.

Speaker 3 (01:24:09):
Got a phone personalized? What difference do it make?

Speaker 2 (01:24:13):
It can say Dad's chargers, so you can say, I
don't want y'all nowhere near my damn phone. Okay, let's
just get this on.

Speaker 6 (01:24:23):
Yeah and there's that.

Speaker 2 (01:24:27):
All right?

Speaker 6 (01:24:27):
Okay?

Speaker 8 (01:24:28):
How about take to charge it anyway? How about a
personalized coffee cup with your name on it? Steve, hold
up your coffee cup right now on the screen.

Speaker 2 (01:24:39):
All right?

Speaker 9 (01:24:40):
You like?

Speaker 1 (01:24:41):
We up you guys.

Speaker 6 (01:24:44):
You don't want suck, you don't want to tie.

Speaker 1 (01:24:46):
You don't run.

Speaker 6 (01:24:47):
We're running out of oxen.

Speaker 3 (01:24:48):
Here you're getting a mug for father with your name
on it.

Speaker 8 (01:24:54):
All right, Stee, If you like writing a TVs? You
do you like writing a TVs? How about a full
theble bike helmet for bike riding?

Speaker 6 (01:25:03):
You see what I'm saying?

Speaker 13 (01:25:05):
Fold?

Speaker 6 (01:25:07):
Yeah, if.

Speaker 3 (01:25:13):
Helmet on, guess what it's gonna do. It's gonna fold.

Speaker 11 (01:25:19):
But it wasn't no foldable buff there's no pleasing you.

Speaker 3 (01:25:26):
The fold fall.

Speaker 1 (01:25:27):
So you can take it with you wherever you go.

Speaker 6 (01:25:29):
When you get off, you could take it places and
put it.

Speaker 7 (01:25:32):
You know, Hey, you can't take that a TV every
where you go with the hell as you can the
helmet fall.

Speaker 13 (01:25:38):
But if you go somewhere, let's say you on vacation
and you rent an a TV or bike, you got
your helmet with you, your own helmet, fold up helmet.

Speaker 1 (01:25:49):
Oh god, I don't want you guys.

Speaker 6 (01:25:53):
How about some night you like shoes?

Speaker 7 (01:25:55):
Right?

Speaker 6 (01:25:55):
How about some comfortable leather sandals, nice.

Speaker 7 (01:26:02):
Beat out, cheap ass sand sanders from dick spoorting good.

Speaker 17 (01:26:06):
I'm fifty dollar ass sands. They're gonna get Dick's nice.
You don't have size double next al. Don't nobody want
that sliding off that hot ass rubber. Feet be sweating
and toes be open and he'll be out. Feet still
be sweating, that hot ass cheap rubber. How about how
about a robotic woman that don't complain? How about want

(01:26:29):
them where you're gonna get that at that? Yeah, that's
not happening.

Speaker 8 (01:26:34):
Back to the list, Shirley, how about a nice fluffy bathrobe?

Speaker 9 (01:26:39):
Nice?

Speaker 6 (01:26:40):
There you go, a nice one.

Speaker 7 (01:26:43):
Ain't gonna use that heat on babe, hell I need
a robe for where I'm going dry off, I'm out
of here.

Speaker 6 (01:26:56):
Just to chill around the house. You don't want that.

Speaker 2 (01:27:00):
And then in a week later you're gonna have it out, all.

Speaker 8 (01:27:03):
Right, you guys, we're gonna Today was all about Saint
Jude's anyway. Okay, we're trying to help you guys for
Father's Day, but this week we're going all out for Saint.

Speaker 6 (01:27:15):
Jude here on the Steve Harvey Morning Show. Okay, since
we can't.

Speaker 3 (01:27:19):
Please you, surely I got it, Sureley, I got it.

Speaker 1 (01:27:23):
Okay, come on, dad, you're doing your thing.

Speaker 2 (01:27:26):
Come on.

Speaker 7 (01:27:27):
We can save kids lives with the hospital that's dedicated
to that. They dated they take care of all types
of children. They don't care about your race, they don't
care about your faith. They don't care nothing about your
economic statue. You can be the poorest or poor, or
you can have money. If you bring your child to

(01:27:48):
them and your child is sick, they will cover all
the costs. They are in the life saving business. They
are in the curing and healing business. Saint Jud's Hospital
is worth an investment of any kind that you can
afford to do. All you got to do is go
to your text act like you're finish, text somebody on

(01:28:11):
the line that says two. I want you to type
in seven eight five eight three three seven eight five
eight three three. Then I want you to go down
to the block where you start texting the message you
want and type in these four letters SHS s HS.

(01:28:35):
That is abbreviation for Steve Harvey Morning Show. Then press SIN.
They will send you a link. Press the link right
there and it will open up, and you can pay
Apple Pay. You can pay any kind of way you
want to. You can make a one time monthly installment.
You can pay monthly, or you can pay one time.
You can pay any amount. They got a block for nineteen,

(01:28:58):
they got a block for twenty five, they got a
block for fifty, and they got a block. If you
can't afford none of that, if you want to give
five dollars ten dollars.

Speaker 3 (01:29:06):
Type that in and pay Apple pay on any way you.

Speaker 7 (01:29:10):
Want to pay it, and send that money, and you
can change some kids' lives. Man, we can save kids' lives.
I didn't know how effective they were till I started
watching these commercials and watching these links. These people in
their life saving business. I'm now a monthly subscriber, I
give monthly. Right now, give what you can afford to
give to Saint Jus Hospital for Children.

Speaker 2 (01:29:33):
Thank you.

Speaker 7 (01:29:33):
That's the Steve Harvey Morning Show. Talk to God today.
He loved to hear from you and give some money
whatever you can afford.

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