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Speaker 1 (00:00):
Good morning, Usa yo yo yo yo yo yo yo
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yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo
yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo. Jess, hilarious.

Speaker 2 (00:10):
Hey you all with that.

Speaker 1 (00:11):
Charlemagne is out and it's Friday. Charlomage's on the west coast.
You know, he's doing this book tour thing, so you
could catch him. I think he's at the grove tomorrow
or today Today's just hit up his Instagram in the
final exactly where he's at. But how you feeling, Jess?

Speaker 2 (00:29):
I feel good? Don't I look refreshed?

Speaker 1 (00:31):
You do?

Speaker 2 (00:32):

Speaker 1 (00:32):
You do? You got rest? You got some sleep?

Speaker 2 (00:35):
Yes, I actually did. It's a difference between getting up
at three foot five and getting up at five.

Speaker 1 (00:43):
Yeah, it never changes. It always feels. It always feels,
you always get tired. Well, salute to all everybody that graduated.
My daughter graduated, Yes to my other daughter. She's going
to middle school now, and she got the Something Citizen
and Ship Award. Now it's an award based off education,

how how well her grades were, but also her just
being a nice, kind person.

Speaker 3 (01:08):

Speaker 1 (01:09):
And they only give one award out and all the
faculty have to actually vote on this award. And because
she got an award, she got a plaque from you know,
the Board of Education in New Jersey. But they also
etch her name in the stone in the school, so
her name will always be on the in the building
on the side of the school, which was pretty dope.
So salute to little Lundie choose. So she was so
happy and excited last night, and all she wanted for

after was tacos. That's all she wanted was tacos. That's
all she wanted last night. Was like, you want to
go get some go out to a restaurant.

Speaker 2 (01:36):
It's like that.

Speaker 1 (01:37):
Now, let's just go home and make tacos. I said,
all right, well cool, save me the money.

Speaker 2 (01:40):
That's your humble family.

Speaker 3 (01:41):
I love it.

Speaker 1 (01:42):
So yeah, salute to all the graduates. All right, well
let's get the show cracking. Pastor Carl Lentz and Laura
Lynz will be joining us. If you don't remember, of course,
he was a pastor. I can't remember the church's Hill's
hill stop. I can't remember the name of the church,
but he was a pastor for a church. The church
and the congregation found out that he was cheating on
his wife. He was quote unquote fired, he lost his job.

He had to do a bunch of different things to
get money. And now he's talking about it, and we'll
talk to him about that. He's if you don't know,
he was a pastor to a lot of celebrities like
Justin Bieber. He helped out a lot of people. So
we're gonna be talking with him in a little bit.
And then Morgan has Front page News, right or the
church is Hillsong Hillsong Church, that's the name of it.
All right, Well, let's get the show cracking, Morgan. When
when we come back, it's the Breakfast Club. Good morning Morning,

everybody is dj n V, Jess Hilarious, Chelamage the God.
We are the Breakfast Club. Let's get in some front
page news.

Speaker 4 (02:35):
Good morning Morgan, Good morning, Happy Friday.

Speaker 5 (02:39):
We made it to the weekend.

Speaker 2 (02:40):
Thanks right, that's girl.

Speaker 6 (02:43):

Speaker 4 (02:43):
So former President Trump was in DC meeting with Republican lawmakers,
saying the GOP is unified and he expects to take
back the White House in November. He said President Biden
is the wrong man for the job. In cited inflation
as one of the reasons. Let's hear more from Trump
on Capitol.

Speaker 7 (02:59):
Hill, We're a nation that is being left at all
over the world. We have a leader that's being left
at all over the world. We have great unity, we
have great common sense. A lot of very smart people
in this room.

Speaker 8 (03:12):
We have levels of inflation that nobody's seen for They
say forty two years, they say fifty three years, and
they say seventy five years.

Speaker 1 (03:20):
I would say probably all of.

Speaker 3 (03:22):
Them are wrong.

Speaker 7 (03:22):
Probably we've never seen levels like this before.

Speaker 5 (03:26):
Why would they say it than Trump?

Speaker 1 (03:27):
Okay, give me that.

Speaker 4 (03:30):
So. Trump says he plans to bring common sense back
to government and secure the southern border if he wins
the election. Now, while on Capitol Hill, Trump spoke to
Fox News saying he has a pretty good idea of
who he'll choose to be his running mate and will
most likely make that announcement at the Republican National Convention
next month in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Speaker 2 (03:49):
Let's hear that.

Speaker 8 (03:50):
He look, if we have some really talented paper life,
a pretty good idea. But I think it's probably I'll
do it the way it's usually.

Speaker 5 (03:58):
Done, doing it the way it's usually done A time.

Speaker 1 (04:02):
Is it me? Or or do I not hear much
from Joe Biden. I don't I don't feel like I
hear much out of my of course, he had the
juneteen celebration and we see Curve Franklin, we seen him dancing,
but I don't really hear him saying much is it?
And I wonder if is he waiting for debates, because
this is the time where you know, he should really
put his foot down and tell everybody what he's done,
the things that he's put into play, the things that

he's done to help Americans, because right now all you
hearing is one side saying inflation is bad, immigration is bad,
this is bad, this is bad. But you don't never
hear what you know. I haven't heard much out of
Joe Biden in the last couple of couple of weeks.

Speaker 4 (04:36):
Actually, to Charlottagne's point, I think that they're probably going
to get their messaging together. And it doesn't mean that,
you know, the Biden administration isn't speaking up, but get
it to that in the seven o'clock hour, because they
do have things that they are mentioning and efforts that
they are putting forward. We'll talk about that. But yesterday,
Mark Trump's first visit back to Capitol Hill the Capitol

since the attack on the US Capitol following his twenty
twenty election loss, or as Nancy Pelosi puts it, the
instigator of the insurrection is returning to the scene.

Speaker 1 (05:06):
Of the crime.

Speaker 2 (05:08):

Speaker 4 (05:09):
In other news, Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg will testify
before Congress the day after Donald Trump's sentencing in his
hush money case. Bragg will appear before Republican led House
Judiciary Committee on July twelfth, along with one of the
top prosecutors in the case, Matthew Colangelo. Republicans claim Bragg
carried out an unprecedented abuse of prosecutorial authority and say

the case would was politically motivated. Now we all know
that Trump was convicted of falsifying business records to cover
up payments to adult film star Stormy Daniels elsewhere on
Capitol Hill the Oklaho or excuse me not Capitol Hill
in Oklahoma, their Supreme Court is dismissing a lawsuit from
survivors of the Tulsa race massacre who were seeking reparations.

As many as three hundred African Americans that we know
of were killed in Tulsa in nineteen twenty one when
an angry mob, a white mob rated the prosperous black
neighborhood of Greenwood, which we called Blackwall Street, and destroyed
over a thousand homes. The area at the time was
known as Black Wall Street, and in twenty twenty four,
survivors to the City of Tulsa and other local authorities,

claiming the destruction continued to affect Tulsa.

Speaker 5 (06:20):
Last year, a district court.

Speaker 4 (06:21):
Dismissed that lawsuit, and on Wednesday, the Oklahoma Supreme Court
affirmed that decision.

Speaker 3 (06:26):
That's just terrible.

Speaker 1 (06:27):
Yeah, that's horrible. If you listen to the Breakfast Club.
You know, four of them came actually on the Breakfast Club,
they were in their nineties, and the one thing that
they said was they believed that the government would do
the right thing. They felt like before they passed, before
they left this earth, that they would get the reparations
that were deserve. And it's so sad that they've been
through all of that and they still believed in the

government let them down.

Speaker 4 (06:51):
Yeah, we are in unprecedented times.

Speaker 5 (06:55):
That's the best I could put it.

Speaker 4 (06:56):
I mean, it's so much happening that all of us
are looking at each other like what so that's your
front page news for now. I got more on President Biden.
He's in Italy for the g seventh Summit in the
seven o'clock hour.

Speaker 1 (07:09):
All right, thank you Morgan, everybody else, get it off
your chest. Eight hundred five eight five one oh five
to one if you need the vent phone lines or
wide open again. Eight hundred five eight five one oh
five one, get it off your chest. It's a Friday,
and it's the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 9 (07:22):
Good morning, the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 10 (07:28):
This is your time to get it off your chest,
whether you're mad or blessed.

Speaker 1 (07:31):
I hate the way that you walk, the way did
you talk? I hate the way did you tres everything?

Speaker 11 (07:36):

Speaker 12 (07:36):

Speaker 1 (07:36):
Is best?

Speaker 10 (07:37):
Call up next? Eight hundred five eight five one five one.

Speaker 1 (07:40):
Not just me, I'm with the coach of Philly. Hello,
who's this? It was so drave.

Speaker 6 (07:48):

Speaker 1 (07:49):
What's up?

Speaker 6 (07:51):
What's Charlae?

Speaker 1 (07:51):
May that be out on the West coast?

Speaker 3 (07:54):

Speaker 6 (07:54):
Are you on the West coast? Okay, okay, okay, listen,
I'm going up here because you your gay your.

Speaker 3 (08:02):
Day just back.

Speaker 1 (08:05):
He said you highlighting your gay.

Speaker 2 (08:07):
Absolutely as long as it's Jenning, I'm highlighting nigga.

Speaker 6 (08:10):
Okay, so listen, can I can I be nowt so
some people this.

Speaker 13 (08:14):
Morning is not gay.

Speaker 3 (08:17):
I'm now all right, so I.

Speaker 14 (08:18):
Want to be now jddy, y'all gonna stop playing that
man a part of the gay community. Okay, we don't
accept him. We denounced him, all right, Caitlyn Jenner, we
denounced you to We don't want your part of the community.
You do know, indeed, Envy, we denouncing you.

Speaker 3 (08:35):
Oh my god.

Speaker 1 (08:36):
Okay, well, first of all right, first of all, I'm
not gay, Trap, I'm not gay.

Speaker 2 (08:40):
I might just announce you can't now you officially now
you're officially not gay.

Speaker 1 (08:47):
Emmy, you can't announce me vy not trap. Can I
be honest with you? Trap? Can be honest with your envy? Yesterday,
Charlemagne was in the nail salon getting his nails done right,
and I see even there, and I was gonna pull
up and try to embarrass him and blast his raining
men and dance outside the dance alone and act like

he was like my my boom. But I couldn't do
it because it was I was like somebody might think
that it's real. So I was like, I couldn't do it,
but I always I almost did it yesterday, like I
was I was a second, I was gonna call just
and that's just should I do it? But I was like, now,
let me sit my ass down.

Speaker 6 (09:22):
Well I'm glad you didn't call it just about every
day for.

Speaker 1 (09:24):
This, Okay, Well thanks for denouncing me. I guess thank
you by all?

Speaker 10 (09:30):

Speaker 1 (09:31):
Who's this?

Speaker 4 (09:32):
What else? What?

Speaker 15 (09:34):
What? I?

Speaker 1 (09:35):
Brother? Get it off your chest?

Speaker 11 (09:37):
Just hilarious, Charlemagne and God, look, man, what I'm what
I'm calling.

Speaker 13 (09:41):
For, bro, is some you could help me out way?
Because I heard trouble work life down. I'm a truck
driver and I'm a comediate. I wake up at one
thirty in the morning to get to work and then
I gotta.

Speaker 11 (09:54):
Get all work and uh, I got go out worth
be your father, then go be a comedian.

Speaker 13 (10:04):
Man, What what kind of white guy I got for
people like you that you know so much on the plate?

Speaker 4 (10:08):

Speaker 2 (10:09):
Being a truck drivel already should take up a lot
of your time, and then your father as well, and
then being a comedian. What the best thing about being
a comedian is you can make your own schedule. You
know what I'm saying, Even while you grinding, you can
set certain days where you go because I imagine you
still building where you from.

Speaker 6 (10:26):
I'm from Dallas, I'm from Living.

Speaker 2 (10:29):
Yeah, yeah, so that's you. You can make your own
schedule when it comes to that. However, you can't really
make us schedule. Well, you can make your own schedule
when it comes to how often do you work on.

Speaker 13 (10:38):
The truck five days week from one starting to whatever
time I get off. It was like five o'clock. So
by the time five o'clock here, I got to stand up.
I opened mic.

Speaker 6 (10:47):
You know how you guys sign up.

Speaker 13 (10:51):
On the list. So it's like, you know what I'm saying.
Then I'm tired of these people fellas. You know how
you know how you're commedian and people ask you and
tell me a joke.

Speaker 2 (11:00):
Yeah, oh you gotta do is so Jahanna. I'll be like,
you got some money because I only do that for bread.

Speaker 11 (11:05):
I told Mama Tom she was trying to wife the wedding.

Speaker 1 (11:14):
Well yeah, well I will say this. You know, every
everybody talks about you know, wife work balance. But to
be great, and everybody that has ever been great in
any field, they had to sacrifice a little bit. And
you know sometimes that might require you you know, not
sleeping as much. Sometimes it might require you maybe missing
a kid's activity or function, so you can do it.

But I have done it. I'm sure Jess has done it.
I mean, it is what it is. I used to
sleep at this radio station because I would be too
tired to drive home. Uh, And I did miss a
lot of my kids stuff. When I was able to,
you know, start doing things and start making a little
money and and my career started. Now I'm able to
take off when I want to see my kids. But
at first it was very difficult, and I had to
say what was more important at the time, And for me,

what was more important was to make sure my kids,
you know, had a future, was able to pay for school,
was able to have food on the table. So I
did those sacrifices. I missed a lot early on. But
now I'm able to do, you know, pretty much what
I want.

Speaker 13 (12:06):
And that's what subject is.

Speaker 11 (12:09):
And that's the hardest thing about it me to wrap
my mind around this with my kids feel me.

Speaker 13 (12:13):
So it's like it's like one of those things where.

Speaker 11 (12:16):
Like, uh, I'm gonna have to make the ultimate sacrifice
somebody not satisfy and to make it seems like I'm
trying to make myself, like trying to satisfy my own personally.

Speaker 6 (12:28):
You know what, good luck with it.

Speaker 2 (12:32):
I get that.

Speaker 1 (12:32):
Good luck, good luck with it. How did you deal
with it? Just I'm just curious when it came to
because you would do a comedy were on the show,
but your your son was young at the time, m m.

Speaker 2 (12:41):
But I was. I was broke, so I had to
keep I had to keep geting money like I was.
I was broken. I was sitting here by myself. You know,
Wrong was dead, but like Wrong got other kids, always
had ever kids, so like I had to. I had
to miss a lot of ash growing up and like
all of that type of stuff and working and then

doing like on the road Tuesday through Saturday. Like I
was doing shows Tuesday Wednesday and then flying to another
city Thursday Friday, and then doing Saturday and sometimes Sundays
in another city. I was doing that for like three
years straight.

Speaker 1 (13:16):
Yeah, I mean, yeah, I understood exactly what that is.
I mean I didn't even know my my Madison and Logan,
which is my oldest. I didn't even know their teachers
because I was never there. I was never there for
parent teachers. I was never there for practice. I went
I made it to the games, but I just couldn't
name and my wife and my kids understood, but it
was the new my newest kids. I know all their teachers,
but I just couldn't I have the sacrifice. But right,

get it off your chest. Eight hundred and five eight
five one oh five one. If you need to vent,
hit us up now. It's the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 9 (13:43):
Good morning, the Breakfast Club. This is your time to
get it off your chest. Five five five one.

Speaker 10 (13:54):
We want to hear from you on the breakfast Club.

Speaker 6 (13:57):
Hello, who's this yo? Whatever?

Speaker 13 (14:00):
Your boy? Rich from Brooklyn? What's going on?

Speaker 11 (14:02):

Speaker 13 (14:02):
It's beautiful collarbiates, just celerity, How you doing?

Speaker 9 (14:06):
What's up?

Speaker 8 (14:06):

Speaker 13 (14:07):

Speaker 9 (14:07):

Speaker 13 (14:08):
I wanted to give a shout out to myself. Actually,
I just made permanent at my new job man, so
I just wanted.

Speaker 1 (14:14):
To get a graduating staying down, you know, just enjoying
my little celebration breakfas at the Whitewas right now.

Speaker 13 (14:20):
And I wanted to give a shout out there everybody
at my job man holding the down to doing the
twelve hours. So I wanted to know that side.

Speaker 1 (14:26):
Of my mind. Brother, Okay, cool, I want everybody to
tex me out on ig and Twitter and clubhouse at
rich fatherhood r I c H.

Speaker 13 (14:37):
Fatherhood happened. Man, that's my cooking line right there.

Speaker 1 (14:40):
Positive I got motherhood, fatherhood, and childhood.

Speaker 2 (14:43):
Okay, brother, Well keep grinding and congratulations on that permanent position.

Speaker 9 (14:48):
That's right.

Speaker 1 (14:48):
Hey what's your name?

Speaker 6 (14:49):

Speaker 16 (14:50):
Hey? My name is David.

Speaker 1 (14:51):
Hey, David, get up your chest.

Speaker 16 (14:53):
I've just pissed off about how us as Americans just
allowed the mean to do what they're doing. We got
our to do or to make the government work for us.
That that's definition you're supposed to work for us and
not the way around.

Speaker 1 (15:06):
Yeah, I mean it's I mean, we see it through
all all factions of the government, right, we see it
through through the I R S. We through it, we
see it through the fes, we see it through. They
pretty much tell us what we're able to do and
how we're able to do it. And you know, looking
at this election myself, I don't personally necessarily love each
you know, either the candidates, But what can we do
at this point?

Speaker 9 (15:26):

Speaker 1 (15:27):
I mean we got to vote local elections to try
to make a change somehow.

Speaker 16 (15:30):
I mean, not necessarily, but there's there's parts of the
constitution that stays that we can elect a different type
of government if we're not satisfied with the existing government.
But it all goes out education and unit. Once the
people come together and educate each other, educate ourselves, we
can create the type of government that we need in

America to make America.

Speaker 1 (15:53):
Benita, all right, brother, we'll have a good one and
have a good week and happy fathers of your father.

Speaker 6 (15:57):
Thank you, happy father, Thank you.

Speaker 3 (15:59):

Speaker 10 (16:00):
Who's this?

Speaker 5 (16:01):

Speaker 1 (16:01):
Hey, hey, hey, good morning girl. Get it off your chest.

Speaker 5 (16:06):
Okay, I had to call up here and say this
why Salame wasn't here?

Speaker 16 (16:09):
But I'm so what is it?

Speaker 4 (16:11):
They not like us?

Speaker 2 (16:12):
I'm so sick that song that that US song?

Speaker 8 (16:19):

Speaker 13 (16:19):
Oh my god?

Speaker 1 (16:20):
So what song do you like?

Speaker 3 (16:21):
What do you want to hear?

Speaker 1 (16:22):

Speaker 16 (16:23):
Yeah, I'm a Part two for real? Or any family
drinking it because the mom drink the war.

Speaker 1 (16:31):
No, you're a Drake fan. That's why she said that
she had drinking.

Speaker 16 (16:34):
Non't the mom sound like Trina?

Speaker 2 (16:37):
She was confident, she comfortable, she had oh vover really yeah?

Speaker 3 (16:43):
I see?

Speaker 16 (16:43):
Yeah, I mean that's all right.

Speaker 1 (16:47):
Well, goodbye, tey, you have a good weekend.

Speaker 3 (16:50):
Good by all right?

Speaker 1 (16:52):
Get it off your chest eight hundrenk five E five
one O five one. If you need the vin you
can hit this up.

Speaker 4 (16:57):

Speaker 1 (16:57):
We got just with the mess coming up.

Speaker 2 (16:59):
Guess to me do so it's Kyla Uh finally put
out a statement after her awkward breakfast club question. Okay,
all right, and next swibbled around. You see how slow that?
Next around?

Speaker 1 (17:10):
She did it twice too. Twice she did a double take.
We'll get into that next. It's the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 9 (17:15):
Good morning, the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 1 (17:20):
Warning everybody, it's d J n V jess Hilarius Charlomagne
the God. We are the Breakfast Club. Let's get to
just with the mess. You use this real weather.

Speaker 2 (17:28):
It's just Hilarius, Jessica, Robin Moore. Just don't do no lines,
don't do your time.

Speaker 1 (17:34):
Nobody world why jests worldwide mess on the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 3 (17:41):
She's the coaching ship.

Speaker 12 (17:42):
She was able to get y'all to see something and
understand something that nobody.

Speaker 1 (17:47):
Could get you to see this time to set it off,
all right.

Speaker 2 (17:52):
So Tyler addresses her colored identity. Yesterday, we had an
interview with South African superstar Tyler. During the interview with
Charlamagne asked question that her team didn't allow her to answer.
We have the audio from that.

Speaker 17 (18:04):
School school me on these debates that they be having
about your identity as a South African colored person.

Speaker 3 (18:10):
What does that even mean?

Speaker 4 (18:14):
Can we?

Speaker 8 (18:14):

Speaker 2 (18:15):
Can we not?

Speaker 8 (18:17):

Speaker 3 (18:18):
I like that, we're keeping that in the interview too.
I like when they talk from the back and say
we can't. I like that. I like the car. That's good.
That's even better.

Speaker 2 (18:29):
Yeah. Well that clip started to go out shortly after
we add the interview. Tyler eventually decided to clear the
air and share the folks to our Instagram story and
she said, Yo, guys, never deny my blackness. I don't
know where that came from. I'm mixed with Black, Zulu, Irish, Mauritian,
Indian and colored. In South Africa, we would I would

be classified as a colored woman. In other places, I
would be classified as a black woman racist, classified differently
in different parts of the world. I do agree with that.
She also said, I don't expect to be identified as
colored outside of South Africa by anyone. Not comfortable doing
so because I understand the weight of that word outside
of South Africa. But to close this conversation. I'm both

colored in South Africa and a black woman.

Speaker 1 (19:15):
Yeah, people were upset with, you know, uh, the questioning
and the fact that she didn't answer. But like I
tell everybody, the questions that we ask are from things
that are out there. She did an interview a couple
of years ago when people were asking about it and
asking about it, so of course when she came up
here we had to ask her about it. Now, ya,
I don't understand why she didn't answer that in the interview.
That was confusing, Like why just not say that?

Speaker 2 (19:38):
And you're doing press. You know what I'm saying what
I'm saying. So like her label or manager whoever, you know,
just got to get her training because it's different ways
to pivot from what you don't want to answer, correct,
you know, instead of just looking at somebody or having
somebody come from Because remember when Charlamage did dunk you
to day for the Dude on CNN, like yo, Like
you had somebody wave you down in an interview right

to be like yo, no, we ain't talking about that,
but it's pressed.

Speaker 1 (20:04):
Like you said, you're a superstar. Yes, you know what
they're gonna ask you. You know, they're gonna ask you
some questions about your album, but you know they're gonna
ask you about the b still when you've got to
be able to answer those questions as well.

Speaker 2 (20:14):
Yeah, so to come with like a whole list, like
of nine or ten things that we can't talk about
when that's really all Like a lot of majority of
people were like, really no, that was a little crazy,
But yeah, so that I would have, you know, preferred
that she said that. But just a little media training,
get all right, she'd be hot funniest people on the Internet.

That This is a list created by Complex and it
does not include stand up comedians. When ranking the twentiest
Funniest people on the Internet, they considered uh the reach
and popularity of the content, social media's reactions, their engagement
rate on their own platforms, and the content as a whole.
All right, listen to this list, y'all?

Speaker 1 (20:54):

Speaker 2 (20:55):
Number one is Drew Ski. I'm gonna just fear the
favorites because I don't know a lot of these people,
never saw them at all. All Right, Number one being
Drew Ski. Number five is Sto Vaughn. He was an
exception to the no stand up comedians rule because of
his podcast Steele Von is funny though he's just real dark.
But the funniest Hell number six being funny, Marco, number

eight being Desi Banks, number ten, eighty five, South number eleven,
My guy Lou Young, he funny as hell from the
DNV area. Number fourteen, Casinette number sixteen, Cameron and Mace
number seventeen, Vince Staples never seen that guy be funny.
Number nineteen is Gillian Wallow. I do not know why
they're so loow yo. They are hilarious.

Speaker 1 (21:38):
Yeah, but with all these listen and sometimes I hate
these lists, like who is the person that's doing these lists?
And these lists are like buttholes. Everybody has one. But
it's just a matter of who you find funny, Like
I find funny, Marco hilarious, I find Gillian Wallow hilarious.
I found Mason and hilarious. I find Drew Ski hilarious,
Casanatus hilarious. So it's just you know, on some days,

but all those people that I named say some corny
jokes too. But I will say that, you know, who
are these people making these listen? Why do we uphold
these lists so high? Like there's somebody that you know,
like the maker of the lister or what we have
to follow. We don't even know who these people are.

Speaker 2 (22:13):
Yeah, you have. The only one that said something was
Dosy Banks. Of course, yo, he'd be letting stuff get
to You have my swear, yo. Does he just keep
doing your thing? When he saw that he was listed
as number eight, he commented and said, guess my black
ass ain't ish the zam thanks for the fuel. Stuff
like this motivate my black ass. So then he doubled
back saying, I'm playing, but I'm not because I care

that much about comedy. But it's all good. I'll keep
doing my thing and elevating in real life, doing real ish,
also with doing social media. But it's my motivation. Damn, Yo,
you ain't number twenty, you number eight? Like he's so funny,
but I do Yeah, I do agree with with Drew
Ski being number one, though I do agree with that.

But what's interesting is it was only like one or
two girls on the list. There's no girls out there.
I'm not offended that I'm not on list because I stopped.
I've been stopped doing skits.

Speaker 1 (23:06):
I'm like, nah, and that's another thing. Eighty five South
don't do skits.

Speaker 2 (23:11):
They don't.

Speaker 1 (23:12):
They do.

Speaker 2 (23:12):
They've been talking about their content and all of that
type of stuff too, you know.

Speaker 1 (23:15):
But if that's the case, you should be on the list.
With your contact, with your podcast, you being on the
radio show, you traveling, Yeah, the fact that you're pregnant
and doing it. Yeah, absolutely was a prettyew on the list.
No full of doodle.

Speaker 2 (23:28):
Yeah. And it's also this one guy. Want to shout
out yo. His name is Joe Wavey. He is hilarious.
He's from New York. I don't know what burrow, but
he is from New York and he does these funny
videos based on how moms are black and brown moms.
He's like Latino but like yo, he is hilarious. So
shout out to Joe Wavey. He deserves to be on
that list too. And a couple others. But yeah, no,

almost no women at all. I don't know who Zoe
Spencer is. Shout out to YouTube shorty but I don't know.
But that's the only female I really see on the list. Okay, yep,
And uh, well, we got sign notpe. We got somebody
gets to some stuff in the next hour.

Speaker 1 (24:03):
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News came on to Morgan.

Speaker 5 (24:58):
Good morning again and happy Friday.

Speaker 4 (25:01):
Yes, So, as mentioned before, President Biden will talk about him.
He's in Italy with other world leaders for the g
seventh Summit and publicly addressed his son Hunter's conviction on
federal firearms charges.

Speaker 5 (25:13):
Let's hear more from the President.

Speaker 18 (25:15):
On his son.

Speaker 3 (25:17):
He has overcome an addiction.

Speaker 11 (25:18):
He's one of the greatest, most decent men.

Speaker 3 (25:22):
I know, I'm not gonna.

Speaker 2 (25:23):
Do anything I said, ad by the juror decision, I
will do that, and I want not partnering.

Speaker 1 (25:29):
Yeah, that's wild because if I'm the president, I'm part
of my son. It is what it is. I mean,
we see all these people with power, and why wouldn't I.
Why wouldn't I parton my son? He says, my son
is decent and me he said, my son is battling addiction.
Why wouldn't I give him another shot? And he gives
other people other shots? Right, And he said his son
is a good person. Why wouldn't he Yeah, well.

Speaker 4 (25:48):
He said he's not going to partner him. He also
went on if someone asked him if he would commute
hunter sentence, and he answered no. So I'm not sure
what's spouts to happen with Hunter Biden. I guess we
have to wait and see, you know, once he's sentenced.

Speaker 5 (26:01):
But yeah, I agree with you, Envy.

Speaker 4 (26:03):
What's the point of you know, having a daddy in
power if you ain't gonna do something with it?

Speaker 10 (26:07):

Speaker 5 (26:07):
But the part that gets me is that too much Trump.

Speaker 4 (26:10):
Right. The part that gives me is Trump actually empathized
with the Biden family. Maybe he's the one that's trying
to get a part in let's hear from Trump actually.

Speaker 1 (26:18):
Empathized the.

Speaker 8 (26:21):
That whole subject. I understand it pretty well because I've
had it with people have it in their family. It's
a very tough thing. It's a very tough situation for
a father. It's a very tough situation for a brother
or sister. It's a tough moment for their family. It's
a tough moment for any family involved.

Speaker 5 (26:37):
He can relate.

Speaker 1 (26:38):
You trying to tell me if Trump's son wasn't in
some trouble, you don't think Trump will commute or pardon him.

Speaker 5 (26:44):
What I was saying is I think Trump is looking
for a pardon.

Speaker 1 (26:46):
Oh yeah, no, I was just saying, but Trump will
pardon his son. And I've seen Trump part of people
with worse crimes than yeah, weavers than hunts.

Speaker 5 (26:54):
So he was actually referencing.

Speaker 4 (26:55):
Trump was referencing his brother Fred, who actually struggled with
alcoholism and died at the age of forty two in
nineteen eighty one.

Speaker 5 (27:02):
So he you know, he has here. Look, I guess
he does relate a little bit.

Speaker 4 (27:06):
So back to the G seven summit, the world's seven
wealthiest democracies, Canada, France, Germany, the UK, Italy, and Japan
have agreed on lending up to fifty billion dollars to Ukraine,
using frozen Russian assets as collateral. The US and Ukraine
also entered a ten year bilateral security agreement as Russia's
full scale invasion continues. That's hear more from Biden, as

the US stands with Ukraine.

Speaker 8 (27:30):
The United States, the G seven of countries around the
world have consistently answered the question.

Speaker 1 (27:34):
By saying, yes, we will.

Speaker 18 (27:36):
We will say it again, yes, again, and again and again.

Speaker 3 (27:39):
We're going to stand with Ukraine.

Speaker 2 (27:41):

Speaker 4 (27:41):
So, meanwhile, on the home front, President Biden is cautiously
celebrating the Supreme Court preservation of access to the widely
used abortion bill. In a statement, Biden acknowledged that the
High Court's ruling that allows MIFA pristone to be mailed
to patients without an in person doctor's visit. The President
we want to say that the fight for women's reproductive

freedom is not overclaiming Republicans are planning to ban abortions
nationwide now. Doctor Colleen McNicholas is the chief medical officer
at Planned Parenthood of Saint Louis and the Southwest Missouri region,
and she says there's still a long way to go
in the fight to keep abortion access.

Speaker 5 (28:21):
Let's hear from the doctor.

Speaker 19 (28:22):
We will all, you know, take the time to read
that thirty eight pages and figure out what the next
strategy is. The fight continues, but today is a moment
to take a deep breath and to be grateful that
folks still have access to this very safe and very
effective method. Well, you know, the truth is, we know
that anti abortion extremists are not going to stopped. They
weren't going to stop when Roe is overturned. They aren't

going to stop at losing this case.

Speaker 4 (28:47):
This is actually a win for the I wouldn't say
so much the Biden administration, but you know, under the
Biden administration that the conservative Supreme Court actually ruled in
favor of keeping some sort of access. This decision comes
two years after the High Court overturned Row the Wait,
the landmark abortion rights decision. Yeah, well, let's switch gears

because it's Father's Day weekend, right, and consumers are expected
to spend roughly twenty two billion dollars on Father's Day gifts.
The National Retail Federation says the average consumer is shelling
out about one hundred and ninety dollars on gifts and
celebrations for Dad. About three fourths of the US adults
are expected to celebrate the holiday. This comes at the

same time that wallet hub revealed the best and worst
states for working dads at twenty twenty four. The top
five best places for working dads, according to wallet hub, Massachusetts, DC, Connecticut,
New Jersey, go Envy, and Minnesota. The worst states for
working dads Louisiana, Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, and South Carolina. Now,
the indicators were everything from the average length of a workday,

to childcare costs to overall health of men. So yeah,
Massachusetts oh also has the best of parental leave policies
of any state and the best school systems, which is
wallet Hub rank them very high.

Speaker 5 (30:06):
How you feel about that?

Speaker 2 (30:07):
And what I mean?

Speaker 5 (30:08):
You say you got a lot of kids.

Speaker 1 (30:09):
So no, I mean I love Father's Day and not
because of the gifts, but I mean it's it's kind
of bad because I kind of get what I want
when I want it, so it's hard to get me something.
But I mean, for me, it's just being around the
kids for Father's Day. And but I'm around my kids
all the time, so it's like it's just we barbecue
usually every Father's Day. Usually my father comes over, and
if not, we just enjoy and chill. I just love

the time with my kids. I mean, every once in
a while, like you know, they'll get me a stupid
I don't want to say stupid, but they'll give me
a tie. They'll get me underwear, they'll get me socks.
But I ain't gonna front I need that because that's
what I honestly need when my mother gives me. My
mother gives me every Father's Day and Christmas, she gives
me some underwear and that lasts.

Speaker 10 (30:49):
Me the year.

Speaker 2 (30:50):
So I don't be still yo, still being a mom.
That is so funny.

Speaker 1 (30:55):
That's what she gets me. I love it.

Speaker 4 (30:57):
Those are that's your best gift? Would you call those
one of the best gifts?

Speaker 1 (31:01):
Those are the gifts I used to after Yeah, like, yeah,
that was my sent you.

Speaker 4 (31:05):
So what I'm hearing is we should continue to get
dad socks, ties, and and and under underwear.

Speaker 2 (31:14):
Basically until they made My dad asked me for what
he asked. I was happy with that. I was happy
with Dad. He said, a brush, A real good brush, right,
I got you.

Speaker 5 (31:23):
The Dad's with a practical requests.

Speaker 1 (31:25):
Okay, but now when you make it like when my
kids make it, like just made it, you got to
step your game up a little bit now now. No
more brushes now?

Speaker 2 (31:33):
Oh yeah, you know. He definitely asked me for a Masaruni.

Speaker 3 (31:36):
There you go.

Speaker 1 (31:37):
See that's what I'm talking about. Especially I've just seen
you buy your sister call and I'm your father. No,
no more, I need the brush to go into Masarata.
That's what I'm talking about, Popp.

Speaker 5 (31:47):
Maybe just bring him to the car show, Jess, that's.

Speaker 3 (31:49):
What or just bring him to the car show. All right?

Speaker 1 (31:52):
Well, thank you, Lorgan.

Speaker 5 (31:53):
Yeah, that's your front base news.

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Speaker 5 (32:03):
Thank God, Happy Father's Day.

Speaker 1 (32:05):
All right, thank you so much. Now when we come
back past the car Lentz and Laura Lentz will be
joining us. They have a podcast Lights On with Car
Lenz and we'll talk to him next. It's The Breakfast Club.
Good Morning, the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 20 (32:21):
During this process, in one of our therapy sessions, I
saw him break down in a way I hadn't seen
him break down before when he tried to explain to
the therapist what had happened, like how his abuse had
taken place, and I saw a part of him that
I'd never seen before, and I just had I had
compassion for him. It wasn't like an excuse or like

you know, it was just it just made more sense
to me as to why he was so broken, and
so I wanted to be there to see that process
unfold and see how he how he would change, and
how he would.

Speaker 21 (32:57):
Work on himself. And we have kids, We've got three teenagers,
so it was just a lot. It was a lot
to process, and yeah.

Speaker 1 (33:04):
Did you understand the definition of love during that time,
because me and my wife we went through something similar.
But what was surprising to me is she basically said,
I seen you so hurt, and I didn't want you
to hurt anymore, even though I caused the pain to her.
And I was like, damn, that's a different type of love,
Like it's not a it's almost the ability to realize

what real love is. Did you realize in that moment?

Speaker 20 (33:28):
Yeah, I mean it was when everything's shattered like that
and the trust is gone and the betrayal that happens,
it's definitely you have a lot to think through and
work on for yourself. Even though he made the mistakes,
but it was just a it was a time for
me to like really practice love, you know, and it's
not for everyone and I know that. And if he

wasn't doing the work, and I didn't see him doing
the work, I would have been out. Like I had
the things in place I needed to have, Like I
had a divorce lawyer, I had my own bank accounts,
like I did all the things to protect myself.

Speaker 18 (33:59):
Yeah, you know your your title of your book, Real Life,
Real Love, I do think it's true that you don't
know who you are until you go through something really hard.

Speaker 1 (34:09):
And how did you guys have the conversation with your kids?
You said you had three teen You have three teenagers,
So how was that? That was probably one of the
most difficult things I had to do. So I was
that with your kids? And how did they accept it?

Speaker 20 (34:20):
You can, yeah, I don't remember a lot of it,
so you can.

Speaker 21 (34:26):
You can probably remember more.

Speaker 18 (34:27):
I think I could see a look on your face
when you said that. You kind of might have even
thought back to win. I think it is the hardest
thing that's ever happened in my life. My oldest daughter,
I was able to tell her in person, and she
was kind and quick to forgive. But that's more of
her her mom's side of things, like maybe she wasn't
dealing with it.

Speaker 6 (34:43):

Speaker 18 (34:43):
And then my second daughter had had a mental health crisis,
so she was in a mental health hospital and we
had to zoom in so I can tell her, Hey,
something's about to come out. I don't want you to
hear from somebody else. You know, this is what I've done,
and this is true, this is what's not true. And
so I had to tell her over zoom, and she
looked at me and said, Dad, I appreciate you telling me,
but I don't forgive you, and I don't know if

I ever will. And I said, that's fair. I love you,
take you do what you need to do. And then
my little son at the time, he didn't he didn't
know what was going on. He does now, but he
didn't at the time. It was more like, hey, we're moving.
He's like, why are we moving? Because we were told
by a therapists to not give a child more than
they can bear and to give him all the details
of what I went there. It wasn't for his little

heart and soul. How old was he now he's fifteen,
so this is twelve twelve.

Speaker 3 (35:30):

Speaker 18 (35:30):
So now we've had some serious conversations and this power
from it, like I found as a dad, teaching from
my failure is way more powerful than my wins. You
have to look at my son and say, this is
where I went wrong, son, and if we can steer
our course this way, And now he knows I'm not
just saying it because he's had to live through my mistakes.
So I've found that to be a beautiful part of
this story.

Speaker 1 (35:50):
Did you do it? Forgive you? She did? She did?

Speaker 3 (35:52):
She did.

Speaker 18 (35:53):
It took her, you know, damn near two years, but yeah,
she did. And we're best friends, Me and my daughter Charlie,
all my kids, you know.

Speaker 20 (36:02):
Very close, I think because he's been so honest and
so humbled by the situation. They have such a beautiful relationship.
It's really lovely, and.

Speaker 18 (36:12):
They've taken your lead. Like one of our daughters said,
the whole time, they kept looking at Mom like, however,
Mom is that's how we'll be. So if Mom's going
to trust DA, we'll trust that Mom's going to give
him a chance.

Speaker 3 (36:22):
So it was.

Speaker 18 (36:22):
Interesting how they kind of they didn't necessarily let their
guards down with me. They loved me, but they just
kind of followed her lead. So I'm grateful that it
was a gracious one. Is it trust back?

Speaker 2 (36:32):
It is?

Speaker 21 (36:33):

Speaker 1 (36:33):
How long did it take? And when did you realize
that you can honestly trust him again?

Speaker 21 (36:38):
Probably this year?

Speaker 20 (36:39):
We talked about that, Probably this year, but I didn't
say I forgive you, or like could even say those words.
It took It was last year October that I actually
said to him, I forgive you. And it was even
saying that was still really hard because you're letting you're
really letting that last guard down of Okay, I'm fearfully

going back into this saying that I'm trusting you again,
And as someone that's gone through the betrayal, you just
don't know if it's gonna happen again, and so you
kind of keep that up for a long time, and
even to this day, like we talked about it yesterday
when we're recording some stuff and I still have those
moments obviously of doubt and I just have to talk

about it. I have to talk to him about it
and communicate what's going on in my head.

Speaker 21 (37:26):
If I don't, I will drive myself crazy.

Speaker 20 (37:28):
So anytime I have like a trigger or anything like that,
we just we just talk it out.

Speaker 1 (37:33):
We got more with pastor Carl Lntz and Laura Lenz's wife.
When we come back, it's the Breakfast Club. Good Morning
Owing Everybody's DJ Envy, Jess Hilarius, Charlamagne the Guy. We
are to Breakfast Club. We're still kicking with Carl Lntz
and Laura Lynce. Their podcast Lights On with Carl Lentz
is out right now. You can check it out. I
was gonna ask, how do you feel that he won't
cheat on you again, that it won't happen again. How

does that make you be? Okay, that's a good question.

Speaker 20 (37:59):
I'm reminded when I do feel like I can go
down that spiral again, I'm reminded, and I remind myself, Okay,
this is true, this is what happened. And I also
see him doing the work every day. I see him
putting in the effort. I see him doing his therapy.
I see him you know, he's done the rehab, he's
done all the things. He's accountable to other men, like,

he's got these things in place that secure that's like
a security for me and a safety. So if that
ever goes away, then I know that there's gonna be
something wrong.

Speaker 18 (38:31):
But it's my job to provide proof, her job to
look for it. And I think there's like a practical
which is like here's my phone, and then there's a spiritual.
So the practical I can handle. Spiritual, she has to
almost take another chance with God, because I think that
was a hard part of her journey was like she's
done everything right. Beautiful wife, amazing mom our. Marriage had

great parts of it and it still went that bad.
So I think you know, Laura's talked about her journey
with coming back into trusting not just me, but trusting God.

Speaker 17 (39:00):
You'll have a new podcast called lights On, lights On,
and you know y'all had a very in depth conversation
about it all. I'm sure that was probably the million
time y'all had that conversation. So how difficult was it
to have it knowing that it was going to be
released for the public to hear.

Speaker 18 (39:14):
I think it was cathartic because we finally We've waited
a long time and I didn't know if the day
would ever come, and I wasn't really worried about it.
I mean, once your reputation shattered, you learn real quick.
I've either got to heal my life or try to
heal my image, and your image does not matter. So
it's like the image ever comes back around, so be it.
But I got my family. So if people want to
think what they want to think, cool, But as it
turns out, we have an opportunity now to be able

to share our story. Not for the purposes of look
we're different, I'm better. It's for the purposes of look
at what we went through. And unfortunately, there's a lot
of people who relate to what we went through in
our marriage, a lot, maybe more than the opposite side.
So all of a sudden we become people that are
honest about our trials. And we've heard especially Laura, I mean,
she needs a new phone because all the messages she

gets from women all over the world and can you
help me? And on my end, I do talk to
a lot of men who are like, I don't want
this to be my story. How can I fix this?

Speaker 1 (40:08):
How can I change? How can I get my way out?

Speaker 18 (40:10):
And I always tell men it's different. Getting caught and
being sorry you got caught is different than getting caught
and realizing you want to change forever. These are two
different things, because if you're just upset you got caught,
you'll just change a couple of behaviors, but you don't change,
so it's a matter of time. But if you will
go all the way back and dig out the root,
now we're talking about a different legacy, in a different
life and a different soul. And I chose that route

because there is a part of you. Immediately It's like,
how many lives can I keep? What kind of damage
control can I do, and then you realize, or I
can just open it all up and say, God help me,
because I got to change. I don't want this to
be my story. I don't want to pass this on
to my son. I don't want my daughters to have
to hear me talk about a good man. But yet
they're looking at a man who you know is hypocritical
about everything I've taught them. So I cannot tell you

how grateful I've been to be able to take advantage
of this moment. And because when you are a prere,
you get involved in ministry and there are things you
can overlook in your own life because you're busy doing
other things. And I've been in ministry. We got married,
went straight into it twenty three some years old, and
there was things in my life I should have gotten
to and I just didn't. And I'm not wasting that chance. Now,

what about you, La?

Speaker 3 (41:16):
I was it for you?

Speaker 21 (41:17):
It was very cathartic.

Speaker 20 (41:18):
It was super healing and being able to I think
know that we're able to bring hope to other people.
And like Carl said, the amount of messages that I
would get over the years the last few years, like DMS,
how do I do that? How can I trust? How
can I all these things? I'm like, oh my god,
there's just no no one talks about it. There is,

but there's not a lot of it, you know, of
people staying and working and getting you know, getting better.
And so for me being able to bring that hope
to other women and to men, that's been a beautiful
part of the story. It's kind of kind of made
it worth it, you know, going going through this.

Speaker 17 (41:56):
So I want people to listen to the podcast because
if you read things, then you see past the call
says he was pushed the cheat.

Speaker 3 (42:02):
First thing a person will be like, can't nobody.

Speaker 1 (42:04):
Push you to cheat?

Speaker 3 (42:05):
You you made a choice? Yeah, can you talk speak
to some of that?

Speaker 18 (42:09):
Yeah, I mean I can't control those narratives, as y'all know,
being big time public figures on the level, I couldn't understand.
You get narratives you could do nothing about. I didn't
say that, like, I literally you know, I've been as
clear as I can. That's why I'm cool with the narrative.
It's like, if you don't want to take the time
to listen to what we said, why are you reading
stories about it? Like, why do you have to go

to a story. When we're sitting here telling you ourselves,
you don't have to watch some biased report or something.
So I think when people say stuff like that, it
doesn't get to me because I know they didn't see it.
You know, they didn't listen. They didn't want to listen.
They wanted to go in with a vision and a
narrative of me, and they wanted to keep it. Nothing
I could do. But I cannot control other people's opinions
about me. And that's been a sadly a revelation in

this chapter because before I was like, you know what
I can. I got to change your mind and I'm
going to impact you. And in my mind, I'm thinking
I can change stuff like that. But now I have
accepted through my own recovery and rehab, I've accepted things
I never accepted before, which is, if you don't like
me and you think I'm a bad person, I accept
that absolutely. Well, nothing I can do about it.

Speaker 1 (43:08):
I was gonna ask so when it did happen, right,
I was watching something. And so now you're you're in
New York City and everything is great, right, you guys
are making money. Everything is good. But now this happens, right,
So what happens from there? Because now your your fame
is gone, the money is gone, but you still got
to survive, but not only survived, you're dealing with this
as well, but now you still got to pay the bills.

You have kids, you got to pay for food, and
now you're in COVID. So I know that you had
to drive Uberts or uber.

Speaker 21 (43:35):
Yeah, I definitely was working a bunch of different.

Speaker 1 (43:40):
Of when you guys left New York and how that happened.

Speaker 18 (43:44):
Well, I'll go first because I you see he's looking
at me. So, I mean, I we know when plans
on blowing up their life. We just sold a house
and then all this stuff happened, and you know, it
didn't have We didn't have a ton of money. That
that's the narrative is just isn't true, And we never
did what we did from so, I had some friends
help us out, which is a hard pill to swallow.

I mean friends literally had to give us money so
we could continue to live. And I kept reading narratives
about us being in LA you know, shopping like shopping
stories and stuff. I just was like, man, if people
really knew so on this journey and we found out
that it's a really ugly dark world. When you fall
out of a position like I had, There's there's not
a whole lot of people out there. We had some

really faithful friends stick with us. I think someone said,
when you go through something like this, some friends stand
beside you, and some shoes to stand behind you.

Speaker 1 (44:33):
Of course I.

Speaker 18 (44:33):
Don't judge either one, but I'm so grateful for the
people that stood beside us in the middle of our worst,
worst day. So we a bunch of jobs. I had
to go get a regular job.

Speaker 1 (44:43):
What's a regular job for? Callo, you can't do.

Speaker 3 (44:48):
I can see you working in the mall.

Speaker 18 (44:50):
Hey, me too, middle of them all with Julie. I
would crush that, shout out the riff raft middle of
them all. I think I had a friend who said,
I I know a guy who runs a marketing agency. Uh,
and he works for basically what is a traveling type
leadership conference. And so I went in there and had
an interview, and I said, I'm I need a job.
You know, I'm willing to do whatever whatever you need.

And and I loved it.

Speaker 3 (45:12):
I did good.

Speaker 4 (45:12):
You know.

Speaker 18 (45:13):
I turns out I'm okay at marketing you know who knew,
So I think it was really it was a cool
experience to get away from the pressure of all that had.
Oh yeah, but I already almost lost my family, so
from there nothing, I don't care about anything. It's like
somebody went, they came to my office. They were like, man,
I don't even think they meant it to be mean,
but he goes, man, do you ever think about how

far you've fallen? And I'm like, I'm like, but.

Speaker 1 (45:37):
You had the wrestler here too, you had the.

Speaker 18 (45:40):
Witness protection program. I said, no, I don't really think
about how far I've fallen because I don't look at
it like that. That's not how I framed this, Like
I'm standing in a place of healing and wholeness. I
don't even I don't. I don't relate to the fall
like that, grateful that I got through it. So it
was humbling. But at the same time, who can't use
more humility? So it I'll never forget that at moment,

I'm not. I know, I'm not cut out to per
se sit behind the desk.

Speaker 1 (46:05):
It was.

Speaker 18 (46:05):
It was tough, but I had that job and then
and did whatever it took. And she had she started
two businesses, worked at a retail store and did Uber eats.
She had to, and then you know, we just got
to make it work.

Speaker 1 (46:17):
All will on move. We got more with Past the
Call Lint and Laura Lenz. When we come back, it's
the breakfast Club, Good Morning, wanting everybody do all the
breakfast club but still kick it to a past the
Call Lentz and Laura Lynch Charlamage.

Speaker 3 (46:27):
I hated out hell song?

Speaker 17 (46:28):
Did you I never seen a pastor get fired like
it was like a like they actually put it out
there like they Yeah. But then fast forward, Brian Houston
got caught up in a bunch of scandals, and you know,
so I started like, you know, did you feel like
you wanted to give them the same grace that they
didn't give you? How did you when you heard started
hearing stuff about them? How did you take it in
your heart?

Speaker 18 (46:46):
Definitely hard? And I put them in a position to
respond a certain way to me, and I don't I
don't even judge it or look at it. Other people can,
but I know I was taught just to stay on
my side of the track. So my role in that
story was I failed. I did, and I wish it
would have been handled differently, that would have been beautiful.
It just isn't what happened. And as you can see,

stuff's going to play out. As it's going to play out,
you can't hide. Nobody can hide. So if you're if
you're pointing fingers at somebody, be very secure in the
fact that you either have a really clean life or
you have locked away your secrets so good that nobody
can go get them. And I think so we're human.
I mean a lot of that stuff hurt really bad.
But at the same time I failed. I let I
let them down. And that's the way I choose to

keep it because otherwise my heart can get bitter quick
and just I wish him the best.

Speaker 3 (47:35):
Was there any joy and seeing everybody.

Speaker 21 (47:39):
Else, I will say for me, there was definitely okay.

Speaker 20 (47:43):
There was a little bit of like the only because yeah,
because of how they treated him. I just and for
years before this, you know, there was always things.

Speaker 21 (47:55):
That they would hide or protect or whatever.

Speaker 20 (47:58):
But for some reason, because it was him and it
was a big deal, they just chose to protect the brand.
And even though I, like I begged please don't do it.
Like like for my kids, my daughter is in a
hospital right now, like does it have to be this way?
And they just almost like they I felt like they
doubled down on that, and it just was this constant

wave of just and it wasn't just one time they talked,
you know, Like for me, that was really hard because
I have kids, and my kids see it all. And
it wasn't like he was out there being like if
you I'm going to do whatever I wanted. He came out,
got caught, apologized, like, did all the things that he
was told to do, and then we went into hiding,
like we just wanted to focus on our family, and

no one heard from us, but they just kept talking,
you know.

Speaker 21 (48:44):
And so for me that was.

Speaker 20 (48:45):
Really hard to stay quiet and to just take it.
It was really hard. Yeah, So when I saw that,
I was like, oh, wow, like it's going to come
back to you. So and it was just sad to
watch the way that went down. So I was very
sad about that.

Speaker 18 (49:02):
But I was always just confused because I know all
the secrets, and I'm going, y'all are being really reckless
with your finger pointing, knowing that I am very involved
and everything that's happened at this church, Why would you
do that, but I knew it wasn't my job. I
still don't feel like it's necessarily my job to, you know,
point at stuff. I'm just I got so much to
work on here that I'll let Laura say what she said,

because that's equally true. But as far as I'm concerned,
you know, I'm gonna I'm just gonna, you know, make
sure I'm never in that spot again.

Speaker 1 (49:29):
I was gonna ask, you know what, everything. There was
so many rooms going around, and like anything else, we
don't know what's true. It was false. There was a
rumor that you were addicted to drugs. It was that true.

Speaker 18 (49:39):
Yes, I had a prescription drug addiction that I found
out when I went to rehab for for everything. I
was like, I don't know, I got all kinds of issues.
And I got there and realized that I had sucked
myself into a really rigid prescription drug addiction. And it's
harder when you have doctors giving you stuff. It's not
like I'm out there doing cocaine or heroin. I was

taking medicine that I was prescribed, and I started to
take too much of it, and I started to go
to another doctor, and I had multiple sources, and I
just stayed fueled with something that was enabled me to
compartmentalize better, uh and enabled me to keep going. So
I often say, like my car was broken, but I
had so much fuel in it I was able to
ride that thing for too long. So that is true

that I struggled with addiction with drugs.

Speaker 1 (50:24):
Now another room and they said that which outdough was
was hilarious. They said, you had a relationship with Justin Bie,
But did you see that relationship as well? No, I
seen that too. There was a video of you and
him in the pool.

Speaker 3 (50:35):
They was.

Speaker 1 (50:39):
Any other crazy rumor that you heard about yourself with
like this just not is me.

Speaker 18 (50:42):
I mean there's one like I didn't want to talk.
I don't give it any light. I think there was
a lot of craziness said, I think the narrative about
what kind of church we had, what kind of leadership,
And there's nobody defending anything, and that's hard, that's the
difficult part. I remember sitting there going, I wish somebody
would stand up and say that's not true.

Speaker 1 (50:59):
But did you ever feel that way? And I guess
Charlamagne just tells me don't expect it. But so many
people that don't expect it. No no, no no, meaning
you don't expect people to come to your defense. There's
so many people that you helped and so many people
that you guided and that you were Therefore, now once
you're at your darkest, not one person said you know what, Nah,
that's not the case. Did you ever feel that way?
Like damn?

Speaker 18 (51:19):
There were a couple they just don't get me. Pub
So there were people that stood ut. I know for
it's different. Her journey is different because for me, it
reminded me my motive. So the people that I looked
out for and protective when they didn't give that back.
It was a good moment for me to check myself.
Why did I do it in the first place. I
didn't love this guy and protect him, so someday it
would be reciprocated. I did it because I felt like

it was right, And it was hard because the temptation
is to go, I did this for you. I've been
there for you in your darkest hour, and you're gonna
run for me, And then you got to remind yourself,
I didn't do it for that, and you owe me. No,
you don't owe me anything. But I think it would
have been cool on the church side for people to
be like, no, there's a failure here, But that doesn't
mean this whole thing, you know was necessarily bad. So yeah,

it was tough. Again, Do you want to be a
pastor again? You want to be chur No, I don't
have any I don't have any desire to do that.
I'm not opposed to anything, like I know too much
about God to ever give him any of my absolute
throughs and don'ts. So I'm open anything, but I don't
have any anything in me right now. That's like I
want to pastor a church. I want to do that again.

I actually really enjoy this podcast, uh, this whole B
side team that I'm on. It's a new app that's
really cool and and it's about vulnerable discussions. So I
love the fact that we can do what we're good
at and at the same time, you know, still take
a lot of time to heal. So I don't know
the answer to that envy, but I'm open to whatever
God wants.

Speaker 17 (52:41):
One person I know that was really let down was
justin Bieber. Did you have an attempt to reach out
to him?

Speaker 18 (52:46):
You know, I'm going to keep that just off offline
because I feel like when some people, you know, I
let down in a major way and I was somebody
in their life that had was given a lot of trust.
And as you know, in this world, all you have
is trust. I can't give you money, I can't give
you access. The only reason we have a relationship is trust.
And with some of my friends, I violated that and

so it might take them decades, they may never come
back around, and so I deal with that as it comes,
you know. For the people that do come back around,
I'm grateful. For those that don't, man, I get it,
and I love you just the same and I pray.
So I think with some of those relationships, I just
keep it in the you know, offline and just uh
it's There have been some cool stories though, of coming
back around for having us.

Speaker 3 (53:31):
We love you too, brother. What can they subscribe to
a web podcast?

Speaker 18 (53:34):
So b sides, it's an app that you can you
can download and get everything there first, but then the
rest of the podcast is it was top ten, you know,
the first couple of days, which is really encouraging to
see and it's on every platform.

Speaker 1 (53:43):
All right, Well, let's call Lenz's Laura Lynz. Thank you
so much for joining us. It's the Breakfast Club. Come on,
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her decision to starting only fans and address to people
who claim that she needed to do it because she
probably ain't got no more money. That's what she said.

Speaker 22 (54:41):
People that are outside of the acting world have no
place to speak on it. When people are saying, oh,
those Bernie mac checks must have dried up, like from
a job twenty years ago.

Speaker 5 (54:56):
When I was a twelve year old.

Speaker 22 (54:59):
Yeah, listen, if I was on Friends making a million
dollars an episode, yes, those residual checks would still be
very nice. But as time goes on, they get smaller
and smaller every year. But if I can find a
way to make enough to buy a home from the
comfort and safety of my own living room, why wouldn't.

Speaker 20 (55:22):
I do that?

Speaker 6 (55:24):

Speaker 2 (55:24):
Exactly, don't matter how you do it, y you did it. Yeah,
that's reply I.

Speaker 1 (55:28):
Was gonna say. That's the sad part about it. You know,
you think about it. These actors, it was twenty years
ago when they made al they made money, but it's like,
how do you how do you keep that money when
you're not booking until all this time, Cause you're still
paying for your school, you're still paying for your home,
you're paying for cars, you're helping family members. So yeah,
that that money doesn't last ever.

Speaker 2 (55:46):
Yeah. And the baby sister who was known as baby
Girl on the show Brian and she also has only
fans page And when she was asked when Camille was
asked if Kaletta Smith, that's the lady who played Bernie
Mack's wife, so she was like a aunt mother, fake
here to Camille on the show, she said if she asked,
she had a problem with it, and she says she's always
been supportive. She actually tweeted if the worst thing that

could happen will be people judging her for posting sexy
pictures that she made a couple million from in less
than two years, She'll be fine.

Speaker 1 (56:17):
I mean, it is what it is. It is what
it is. Yeah, you gotta pay. I mean, who cares
about what people think? When you got to pay your
bills and pay your marriage and pay your car note
and pay help your parents or whatever it is, and
pay your school debt? Now who cares? Yeah?

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Rihanna opens up about postpartum hair loss. All right. So
she was speaking with Refinery twenty nine at the Fancy
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in LA when she was asked about dealing with the

hair loss and giving birth to our two sons. My gosh, girl,
I was not on the pamphlet.

Speaker 23 (56:57):
Yeah no, no.

Speaker 2 (57:00):
I did not expect it to happen in waves either.

Speaker 5 (57:02):
I thought it would just happen and grow back.

Speaker 15 (57:04):
But this spot, then this spot, then this spot, and
at that point you're just say, all right, yea, enough
is enough.

Speaker 2 (57:13):
But I also learned to embrace that in itself.

Speaker 15 (57:17):
That actually just made me get a little more creative
and clever than my hair stuffs.

Speaker 2 (57:22):
So all them people talking is about her real head
being short and all of that, which I think is
still popping. Her little natural curls are definitely popping. According
to the American Academy of Dermatology, hair loss usually happens
four months after giving birth. By their child's first birthday,
most women regained their normal hair growth, and it effects
between forty to fifty percent of women. Yeah, so, like everybody, No,

that was my first time, but yo, I'm scared enough
now because I can't afford to lose normal hair. Y'all right,
you know I can't afford to lose the more hair.
I can't do it.

Speaker 1 (57:58):
But that happens to a lot of that been to
my wife. And the crazy part is, you know, we
have six kids, and she didn't have a problem with
the first four, but the fifth and the sixth child,
she started losing hair. We couldn't we didn't know what
it was. You know, she went to the doctor. It
was like, no, after you having a baby, sometimes that's
what happens. And it was coming out by large amounts
and it was just surprising and thank god it you know,

it stops after a while, but it was she was
like shook for a minute.

Speaker 2 (58:22):
And I imagine that that's stressful, and that's like, that's
a big play on your confidence as well. You're already
trying to snap back and then now you balled and
you just wore a baby old head looking at with
their hair full of hair like my me, Like, no,
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Emon Shumfert wants child support changed. So Emon told the
judge overseeing his divorce case with Tianna that she makes
twice as much as he does. The core documents show
that Emon claims that she makes almost ninety four thousand
a month for foot taxes, where he makes just under
forty eight thousand every month. People are second guests in

Emon's claims because when Tiana filed for divorce, those documents
stated that Eman was insecure and jealous of her fame
despite earning way more in NBA money than she could
have a dream of making the music. Emon earned over
forty eight million in NBA contracts during his career, but
he isn't currently playing. Emon claimed that he is comfortable
with continuing to pay eight thousand a month for child

support for their two children. His health insurance also covers
major medical expenses, but he wants to split other health
and expenses maybe like doctor's visits with Tiana. Money seems
to be an ongoing issue in the divorce. Previous documents
showed that Sianna left her left her or left him
with a two hundred thousand dollars home renovation renovation bill,

and allegedly took almost four million dollars from their joint account.
Do you think your mom is capping about their reported incomes.

Speaker 1 (01:00:03):
On I don't know. I know he doesn't play NBA anymore,
so he's not getting those those huge checks. I seen
them on College Hill, and he does a podcast, and
he does a bunch of other things. See him doing
so I'm sure his salary and the money that came
in it slowed down. But it's just sad when when
you have children and you want your children to live
a certain way. And I get it, everybody wants to
protect their money. But you know, you got to think

that this is it should be about the children. It
should be making sure that the children are comfortable. It
should be making sure that the children can do the activities.
And I hope they can work it out. I mean,
of course, you know TT and the mana of friends
of the room, but I just want them to be
able to work it out and make sure that the
babies are the most happiest things out of that relationship.
If they can't work it out, you know.

Speaker 2 (01:00:43):
Yeah, but don't be telling them what I make y'o like, well,
she may only make fit up like yo, don't do that.
But well, speaking of your mon, happy father's davemon, and
I hope it gets better for both of y'all.

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If I have a great morning the weekend.

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I spent twenty one days in jail.

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Excuse me, Jesus.

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Get in the accident yesterday.

Speaker 24 (01:05:23):
In a car accident, and she is good, So I thank.

Speaker 6 (01:05:25):
God for that. But yeah, I got my daughter.

Speaker 24 (01:05:29):
I got fifty to fifty and I can't be happier.

Speaker 1 (01:05:33):
All right, We'll have a good one brother, Thank you, Felicia.
Who you gonna get donky today too?

Speaker 22 (01:05:39):

Speaker 16 (01:05:40):
I love you guys.

Speaker 23 (01:05:41):
I would like to give donkey es today to my
child's father, Christian.

Speaker 6 (01:05:47):
Could you give it to his mom too, because she on.

Speaker 5 (01:05:49):
His side and she should be.

Speaker 1 (01:05:50):
Damn what they do.

Speaker 16 (01:05:52):
I want to give out two donkies, both of them
for me, please, m damn.

Speaker 1 (01:05:57):
Okay, okay, Felicia, you have a good weekend.

Speaker 16 (01:06:02):
I will thank you.

Speaker 1 (01:06:04):
Morning everybody. It's d J, N V Jesse, Larry Charlamage
the God. We are the breakfast Club. Let's get to
pass the nks.

Speaker 6 (01:06:22):
Yeah, DJ comes.

Speaker 23 (01:06:25):
What's what's up guys? Happy Friday?

Speaker 3 (01:06:29):
How are you blessed?

Speaker 6 (01:06:30):

Speaker 3 (01:06:30):
And Holly Favd?

Speaker 6 (01:06:31):
How are you?

Speaker 23 (01:06:31):
I love that? Same say, same, same, all right. So
today for music, I'm going to start with this new
kind of man joint. I don't know if you guys
heard it, but she flipped a Shordy Low classic.

Speaker 1 (01:06:43):
They know, I dig it.

Speaker 3 (01:06:44):
Tough thing to do, very tough thing to do.

Speaker 17 (01:06:47):
Remake a classic record like they know by Shorty Low
but it's a bop. I feel like I felt the energy.
Y'all love them, y'all really be loving our era so much.

Speaker 23 (01:06:58):
First of all, that's not your this is our era too.
Yes I did. I wasn't in the club, but I
was on my space.

Speaker 3 (01:07:06):
No, if you weren't in the club, it's not your era.

Speaker 23 (01:07:09):
When I was in middle school two thousand.

Speaker 3 (01:07:12):
Two thousand and five, when was the.

Speaker 17 (01:07:16):
Remix, I would say, let me see, I'll tell y'all
right between her.

Speaker 23 (01:07:19):
Because sexy red, get it sexy. That's a flip on
Hurricane Chris. Then go real a big glow. That's a
flip on two.

Speaker 3 (01:07:27):
Thousand and eight? Eight was they no?

Speaker 23 (01:07:32):
What is the crime mom? Low rolls record? Flips a
crime mob record? Anyway. I just like this era because
it makes me feel like a kid again.

Speaker 3 (01:07:40):
Me too, But please, I was in my second childhood, stop.

Speaker 1 (01:07:47):
Just turn it.

Speaker 3 (01:07:48):
I turned thirty two thousand and eight.

Speaker 23 (01:07:50):
Man, you're in your third childhood right now then, because
that's your second. So yeah, shout out to Kinderman makesure
you guys snaping on her. She's coming with some crazy
heat and she's over at rock. So shout out to
d Man. Next, we got Don Tolliver. He just drops
his album today. Love Don Tolliver and this joint with
Kodak is crazy, that's all Don.

Speaker 3 (01:08:10):
Tolliver for wos to come up here. I saw him
on the schedule. I know what happened.

Speaker 1 (01:08:12):
I think he's still coming.

Speaker 3 (01:08:13):
Oh yeah, yeah, I slew to Don Talliver.

Speaker 17 (01:08:15):
Don Tolliver used to just when we used to be
in our old building, Don Tolliver used to stand outside
the radio station.

Speaker 3 (01:08:21):
Well a couple of times, yep with Josh Josh.

Speaker 17 (01:08:24):
Josh used to call Young Josh used to call in
here and rap and they was partners.

Speaker 1 (01:08:27):
What happened to Young Josh.

Speaker 17 (01:08:29):
When when Don Tolliver was here last time, he said,
they still you know, they're still working on some stuff.

Speaker 23 (01:08:33):
So yeah, shout out to Don Tolliver. Shout out to Kodak.
When I saw them doing a record together, I'm like,
I'm a little confused, is what is gonna sound like?
But I think came together very well. And then last
but not least, we have our R and B record
from Save Save is actually like a spinner like he raps, raps,
but he just dropped the R and B project that

I really really like. And this record is called in
No Ordinary Love.

Speaker 3 (01:08:57):
A Lot of Eyes and wise nice you guys, you
know those records, it's just a lot of what you
call that. I like my value meal super size. You
know what I mean.

Speaker 1 (01:09:16):
Don't have super value.

Speaker 17 (01:09:19):
That's crazy, but that's how I use That's how that sounds.

Speaker 3 (01:09:21):
I used to I don't know.

Speaker 17 (01:09:23):
That's the thing people used to write like that.

Speaker 3 (01:09:26):
It's cool, it's nostalgic.

Speaker 23 (01:09:28):
I gotta hear the whole song, all right, I'll text
it over to you guys, But that is from Suave
and again, if you guys aren't tapping to him, he's
really like a rapper rapper think like J D. Kenny
Mason type styles. So fact that, yeah, he raps, That's
what I'm saying. This is his R and B project,
but he's really good at both.

Speaker 17 (01:09:48):
I like my big back short and wine voice is
wrong with.

Speaker 23 (01:09:54):
The accessions of Big Mass super This weekend, I'm actually
it's the Army's Festival. So every year I think the
Army's turning one hundred into something something so I'm DJing
the festival be in DC, and then of course we
got the next Certified Vibe going down on June teen.

So if you guys are in Brooklyn, pull up. We're
doing an open mic situation for about two hours. But
I've got an alarming number of artists who actually want
to hit the stage, So I'm just gonna put it
out here right now. Not everybody's gonna be able to
hit the stage, but I'm gonna try my best to
give everybody some time.

Speaker 3 (01:10:32):
That's a good thing that you have. That's a great
problem to have. What is that again?

Speaker 23 (01:10:36):
Juneteenth Wednesday is.

Speaker 3 (01:10:38):
Gonna be in New York.

Speaker 1 (01:10:40):
He'll be listening.

Speaker 3 (01:10:40):
You just said that twice.

Speaker 23 (01:10:41):
It's a good problem to have. But it's just like
I'm trying to weed out the bad talent. I'm just
trying to respectfully because i want them to stink up
the place. But it's all good. It's nothing but good vibes.
Pull up juneteen to be in there.

Speaker 17 (01:10:51):
That's a beautiful thing about nihilis Certified Vibe. It is
curated by her yep. So you know you don't want
the bad talent is thinking up the place. You have
the power to do that.

Speaker 3 (01:11:00):
But music is.

Speaker 17 (01:11:01):
Subjective, so if people are there and they don't like
who you put on stage, that's you too.

Speaker 23 (01:11:05):
I'm confident in my selections. I'm confident in that. But
make sure you guys tap in if you do like
the vibes that we played here today on Past the Ox,
I have a playlist called Certified. You can get it
by clicking the link and bio on Instagram at Nilo Simone,
n Y l A S Y m O and E
E E on Instagram and Twitter and mixture. You guys
tuned into my podcast We need to talk yet. We

dropped two episodes a week and I actually have Suave
coming on this week, so you guys can tap in
and learn more.

Speaker 1 (01:11:30):
About him too.

Speaker 3 (01:11:31):
Is he gonna be at the thing Wednesday?

Speaker 23 (01:11:33):
No, but we got Ruben Vincent come in. We got
Juan Jada Kisson come in. We got a few people
like people who just want to pull up and show love.
I don't know if they're going to hit the stage,
but you know he's my friends too, So.

Speaker 17 (01:11:45):
Tap in if you like the vibe, because nine vibe,
it's sir, fun.

Speaker 4 (01:11:51):
I like that.

Speaker 17 (01:11:53):
We need that.

Speaker 1 (01:11:58):
And don't forget August seventeenth is my car show. Today
is the last day for early bird tickets, so please
get your tickets. If you don't know, we do a
family fund car show August seventeenth, So if you're listening,
come on drive down to the New York, New Jersey area.
Is gonna be worth it. It's celebrity cars, It's calls
from Offset CARDI b a Boogie, French Montana, fifty cent Cashco,

Bain based Wagon, so many more. There's rides for the kids,
this games, obstacle obstacle courses, food trucks, kids five and
under a free. We're gonna be giving kids haircuts for free.
We're gonna be giving away backpacks while supplies last for
back to school, free parking. It's an affordable car show.
But it's gonna be a lot of fun music all

day long. Of course, there's drinks for adults and it's
gonna be a lot of fun. So if you haven't
got your tickets, get your tickets. And like I said,
today is the last day for early bird tickets. All right, Now,
let's get to the mixture. You know we throw it
back on a Friday. It's the Breakfast Club. Good morning,
the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 10 (01:12:54):
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Speaker 1 (01:12:57):
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v jes hilarious. Charlomage the guy. We are the Breakfast Club.
Charlamagne is out. But it's time to rep a gay

a day. We do that because it's problem off.

Speaker 2 (01:13:21):
Of course, yes you said Charlamaine out, not like out
like oh like he out of work to Okay, finally, okay.
So the gay that we are honoring today is one
of my favorite artists, Sam Smith. His name is Samuel
Frederick Smith. He's an English singer and songwriter and twenty

twelve Sam rose to fame when he featured on disclosures
breakthrough single Latch. That was one of my favorite songs
back then as well, which peaked at number eleven on
the UK Singles Chart. And the fun fact about Sam
is he suffers from OCD. I don't know how that's
actually a fun fact, but that's a fact about him,
and then also it was just dying wish to be

a florist. So I know they they probably can tell
he was gonna be gave back in to day.

Speaker 3 (01:14:09):
You're stupid, but.

Speaker 2 (01:14:10):
He Yes, he always dreamed of being a florist and
did not know that he was gonna be big in
a singing career.

Speaker 1 (01:14:17):
So we love you, Sammy, No boy, Well, salute to
Sam Smith. There's some I'm sure there's some straight florists
out there.

Speaker 2 (01:14:24):
I'm not saying it's not like I'm sure it wasn't
there dying wish to be a florist. Okay, yeah, it's
like when you dream about being a florist, it's like,
oh God, all right now, all right, yes, happy Prime.

Speaker 1 (01:14:40):
When we come back, we got the positive Notice the
Breakfast Club. Good morning morning everybody. It's DJ MV just
Lari Charlamagne the God. We are the Breakfast Club again.
Reminding you, guys, my call you August seventeenth. If you
haven't got your tickets today, it's the last day for
the early bird tickets, so get your tickets. It's a
family fun day. So it's a perfect gift for father Day.
If you look at a something and don't know what

to do for your dad. This is a great car show,
is indoor outdoor food trucks. I mean, we got stuff
for kids. This old school cars, new school cars, American Muscle.
They're celebrity cars from artists like Cardi b Offset, French, Montana,
fifty cent a Boogie Cash, Cobain, Baswag, just the name
of Hugh and a couple of special guests that'll be
popping in as well. All right, So if you haven't

got your tickets again, click the link in my bio
to get your tickets. And I can't wait to see
you guys there. And that's brought to you by Lincoln Tech,
Monster Energy and East g Also salute to doctor Wes Bellamy.
Check out his documentary A Time to Yell More Than
a Statue. All right, He's gonna be giving you behind
the scenes looks at the moments that led up to
the when white nationalists rallied against removing to Robert Lee

statue from a local park in Charlottesville. He's out in
Miami right now for the American Black Film Festival, so
just want to salute to that brother. They're also having
a free community screening on June twenty fifth in Charlottesville,
So just follow him on Instagram doctor West Bellamy to
get all the information. All right, now it's time to
get up out of here again. Salute to all the
dad I want to salute to my dad, Edward Casey Pobs,

I love you, and salute to all the fathers out there.
Enjoy your weekend now. Yes, you got a positive note.

Speaker 2 (01:16:10):
Yes, continue to live in your pride and be as
gay as you want.

Speaker 1 (01:16:15):
Ok Okay, all right, period period, breakfast club bitches, do
y'all finish or y'all done

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