Class Act Radio

Class Act Radio

Class Act Radio is an internet radio produced by Cheeseburga, that feature conversations on black culture, dating/relationship lessons learned, and trending stories. Originally from New York and broadcasting live in Phoenix,Arizona, Class Act Radio highlights local arizona artists and public figures, while playing Hip Hop, R&B, Reggae, Soca, Afro-Beats, Dancehall and more! Tune in live every Saturday, 6pm-8pm PST (9pm-11pm EST) on RadioPhoenix.Org and comment your thoughts on the topics live on air! Studio Line to call is 602 354 8823

Episodes

November 5, 2022 119 min

Ronnie Dijon is a Phoenix-based music artist. His album "Love Is Real" is set to drop in mid-September and he is hosting an album release party. Ronnie joins Class Act Radio to talk about his upcoming album and his versatile approach to music. Ronnie opens up about how he overcame his past porn addiction that affected his relationships and how it caused him to disconnect from people. We dug deep into some of the issues that...

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Recently I've had one of my home girls share with me they are struggling with making new male friends. Apparently that's because majority of the time, the dudes end up wanting to hook up with her. That got me thinking, can men and women just be friends without wanting more? We are adults of course we can, however that are some lines that get blurred with friendships that can cause drama in romantic relationships. 


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Halle Bailey was recently cast as Ariel in the live-action remake of "The Little Mermaid." When the trailer for the movie was released, the video recieved over 1.5 million dislikes with people leaving racist comments. Youtube had to disable the comment section due to the number of racist comments. Tune as I break down the source of why racist folk is bothered by a little black mermaid and the portrayal of black folk in medi...

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People who bring you down won't always do it directly. Those people who watch your stories on social media but never interact are next in line for a promotion but you get it instead or throw shade in the form of sarcasm to name a few. Recognizing shade or ill-will is an essential part of growth. I talk about three types of people who can bring you down the most, what to look out for, and more!

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Shabree Rawls is a Cleveland therapist who was fired after her tik tok post about black men needing to go to therapy went viral.  A lot of what she said was correct, more black men should go to therapy however the tone of her video was received as aggressive and abrasive by some. On this episode, I go into detail about the story of the viral post, empathizing with Shabree Rawls, and how the lack of mental health awareness affects t...

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A Kansas pastor recently called out his entire congregation for being broke, poor, and busted after they failed to buy him a Mavado watch. There is more to the story however Pastor Carlton Funderburke, senior pastor at Church at the Well in Kansas City later issued an apology for his actions. Tune in as I comment on this story and go down a list of reasons why black folk begin to distance themselves from the church. 

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Mental health is a hot topic of conversation. Anyone can struggle with their mental health and when it comes to male mental health, often our issues are taken out of context. Men are supposed to "suck it up" and "men don't cry." According to Mental Health America "More than 4 times as many men as women die by suicide in the U.S. In 2010, 38,364 Americans died by suicided, and over 79% of these suicides were ...

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Stephen Shadegg is the State Director for Americans for Prosperity.  Americans for Prosperity is a nonpartisan organization with a bottom-up approach to public policy.  Economic opportunity, health care, and criminal justice reform are a few causes they advocate for through grassroots outreach and nonpartisan solutions. Stephen spoke on how inflation is currently hurting the country, limiting government through policy changes, and ...

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Hot boy and hot girl summer are currently underway, however people struggle with knowing the difference between friends with benefits and casual dating. The whole point of being for the streets is to find something sweet, whether it's somebody's son, daughter or non-binary. However, it is not cool to lie to someone about your intentions to get what you want.  Tune into this episode as I talk about basic examples of how an F...

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I struggle with making sense of politics,especially due to current events. State senator candidate Sarah Tyree truly is the people's champ on how she breaks down politics and elections. We talked about the imporance of local elections & laws, resources to learn about candidates, how people can make a difference in politics, and more!

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Scottsdale Police Department has been harrassing the owners and patrons of Loyalty Lounge. Loyalty Lounge is a black owned club where Scottsdale PD searches club patron cars for guns with out their consent, harass black folk in the parking lot leaving the club, and possible next steps to support Loyalty Lounge. Tune in as I talk with one of the owners of Loyalty Lounge about the inappropriate actions by Scottsdale PD since the day ...

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People struggle with accountabilty because sometimes its attached to trauma. When you take responsibility for your mistake but people are still critical of you. Some people see that as a reason to just dodge accountability if it means avoiding conflict. Tune is as I discuss different reasons why people find it hard to hold themselves accountable and the risks of dealing with people who struggle to own their own mistakes.

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Recent rises in inflation and rent costs has people thinking of differerent ways to make extra money. Bribucks is a successful entrepreneur who now coaches people on business growth, credit, and entrepreneurship. Tune in as BriBucks talks about her growth as an entrepreneur, different side hustles every day 9 to 5 people can manage, and the difference of wealthy versus rich. For more infomation on BriBucks visit brianabuckner.com

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A lot of family drama comes from generational curses. A general curse is a toxic habit or behavior that has been passed from one generation to the next. Kicking kids out at 18, living the same life our parents lived just to name a few. When you are the person that everyone in your family goes to for problems, chances are you the chosen one. Even with our own kids, we sometimes may pass on bad habits to them they can carry into adul...

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My condolences go out to the friends, family, and loved ones of those affected by the recent Buffalo shooting.  Events like this make me wonder, what if anyone other than the security guard was carrying a firearm? Richardson is a licensed firearm instructor and owner of Sorich Tactical. Richardson sit down with me to talk about some of the shootings in Buffalo, NY, advice for future black gun owners, responsible gun ownership, and ...

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Internal work isn't easy and dealing with triggers and trauma can be challenging.  Trauma is different for everyone but when not dealt with it can hold you up from living your best life. Tune in as I talk about ways to recognize your own triggers.

Pink Cole of Slutty Vegan recently purchased LLDs for the 2022 graduating class of Clark Atlanta University. During her speech she emphasizes how entrepreneurship is essential for the ...

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The U.S. Supreme Court is looking to potentially overthrow Roe vs Wade, a court rulling in 1973 that ruled it unconstitutional for states to put bans on abortion. The common response to doing so is to either save tax payer dollars or that it is morally "wrong." My views on it is, not my body not my business. Women's bodies are their own and old white men making laws about what they cannot do with their bodies is outrage...

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Elon Musk,  the richest man in the world bought Twitter for $44 billion dollars. His company Tesla, currently has a number of racial discrimination lawsuits involving former black employees. If Elon plans to run Twitter the same way he runs Tesla, what does that means for black and brown users? 

Tune in as I discuss the importance of Black Twitter for the culture and how it is the New Age Green Book for black resources, entertainmen...

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Kanye West is many things,a producer, rapper, fashion designer, but one thing he is not is crazy. For a time I cancelled Kanye after his antics saying "Slavey was a choice" and for endorsing Donald Trump to name a few. After watching his documentary I've realized I had Kanye wrong in some instances. I wont give him a pass for his actions or statements, I will say after gaining more context about his journey, I question ...

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Getting stabbed by your friends is a difficult wound to heal from. Sleeping with your significant other, talking bad about you behind your back, or getting scammed for money will have you wanted to get back at them. As much as they deserve what is coming to them, I talk about ways to recover from this type of hurt and get back to building healthy friendships. Never apologize for caring because the people that cross you are sorry an...

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