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Speaker 1 (00:00):
I listened to your show every single day. Bad yell
the Breakfast Club. What that ass up on the breakfast Club? Baby,
I can't say breakfast club without these repulars. Club. You're
like this rare air. She got platforms and partners all
over the place with us. Your man is so high

(00:21):
people want to be in business with the break I
don't think white people know how popular you guys are.
Dj Enfy just hilarious, Charlemagne the God. You guys really
are like the hip hop early morning and late night talk.

Speaker 2 (00:34):
Ya ya, I know what you're talking about, lady, Good
morning Usa yo yo yo yo.

Speaker 3 (00:41):
Yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo
yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo
yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo
yo yo.

Speaker 1 (00:47):
Just hilarious. What's up your Charlamagne the God, Peace to
the planet.

Speaker 4 (00:51):
It is Tuesday, Yes, since Tuesday?

Speaker 1 (00:56):
How you got feeling? How you feeling? Just I'm feeling good.
I'm feeling good. I want to go see a Bad Boys.

Speaker 5 (01:00):
I was.

Speaker 1 (01:00):
It was amazingly it was, you know how.

Speaker 6 (01:04):
Like all right, I don't know if you have ever
had a first one, I mean, not the first one,
my favorite one.

Speaker 1 (01:09):
Bad Boys I don't know. I think I like them more.
I love the first one. The first one is just.

Speaker 6 (01:14):
Yeah yeah, this one action is like close to that
one really yeah yeah.

Speaker 7 (01:20):
I remember the first one, think about it.

Speaker 1 (01:22):
That's that's the first one.

Speaker 4 (01:24):
And it was spinning and it was spinning around in
the porch. That was the original it was done.

Speaker 1 (01:28):
Don't remember yep.

Speaker 6 (01:30):
It was lit ye, some stars that popped in and out.
But like the storyline, the camera work, everything I heard.

Speaker 1 (01:37):
Now, could I take my son?

Speaker 8 (01:38):
Is it too?

Speaker 1 (01:39):
Definitely? Can I can take my ten? Crazy sex sceness,
nothing that you can't see the little interracial son still
in there? Absolutely Okay. They was talking about him the
whole time, but he had been yo.

Speaker 4 (01:54):
So you know if you don't know, of course, I
have a car show August seventeenth, and I'm starting to
get the cars out of storage. Uh so my daughter
helps me, but she never she doesn't know how to
drive manual. So yesterday I tried to teach you how
to drive manual. Oh my goodness, it's kind of it's
it's difficult to try to explain to somebody how to
drive manual because you know, so you're like push the clutch,
this that and the other, and she the car did

(02:15):
the Harlem shake.

Speaker 1 (02:16):
Like nineteen times.

Speaker 4 (02:18):
Then when she was on a hill and started rolling
back and I'm screaming, I'm making her nervous and she yeah,
it was bad.

Speaker 1 (02:23):
So I hit Jess yesterday.

Speaker 4 (02:24):
I'm like, Jess, I'm teaching my daughter how to drive,
you know, manual stick shift, but it's it's not looking
as you was.

Speaker 1 (02:29):
Like, I have. I had a bad experience about that,
Yes I had.

Speaker 6 (02:31):
I got my license and my mom and my dad
bought me my first car from induction. They didn't realize
that it was a stick until they had already bought it.
And it ain't no return, no, so they had to
get it sold to the house. My dad knew how
to drive on behaving, driven on it so long and
he was trying to teach me, and I'm like nah,
so they had to hire somebody to teach you how
to drive. That's what you did, that's what she did.

(02:52):
You're gonna make her nervous and she'll never get it.

Speaker 4 (02:54):
Then I got out the car. I said, you just
do it, and then she stoleed like seven block downs.
Then I had to walk to go get her. It
was an experienced.

Speaker 1 (03:03):
It was an experience yesterday, but she finally got it.

Speaker 4 (03:05):
But I wouldn't trust it a drive in the city
or the whole the.

Speaker 1 (03:09):
Lock, not the man.

Speaker 4 (03:11):
All right, Well, today on the show, Skiller Baby and
Rob four nine will be joining us.

Speaker 1 (03:15):
They're on a tour called Virtus Eat the Most Toy.
You know.

Speaker 4 (03:18):
Skiller Babies from Detroit with updope, Rob four nine is
from New Orleans.

Speaker 8 (03:22):
So it's one of those conversations that you know, you
listen to on the Breakfast Club and it brings you
and your parents closer together kitchen, Okay.

Speaker 7 (03:29):
It brings you.

Speaker 1 (03:30):
It might bring you and your auntie closer together.

Speaker 8 (03:33):
Okay, So all the aunties and the uncles out there
who don't know who Skiller Baby and Rob for nine.

Speaker 7 (03:37):
Is, your kids are excited.

Speaker 1 (03:38):
Yeah, okay, nieces and your nephews, that's right, you know.

Speaker 8 (03:41):
So you know, sometimes you make them listen to Breakfast
Club interviews. They may not want to listen to it,
but they'll enjoy vice Versa this morning.

Speaker 1 (03:47):
Okay, and you might have a special guest joining us today.

Speaker 5 (03:49):
Yeah.

Speaker 8 (03:49):
They text me and said they was eight minutes away
about twenty minutes ago.

Speaker 4 (03:52):
Okay, So we might have a special guest joining us
this morning as well, might be sitting in with us
for a little bit if they get here. All right,
well let's get the cracking front page news. When we
come back, Morgan would'll be joining us. Oh God, come on,
play something more. Come on, come on, come stuff, come bro,
cut it.

Speaker 7 (04:09):
I'm on, comet it out, cut it out, Come on, give.

Speaker 1 (04:10):
Me thinking this.

Speaker 4 (04:12):
It will be like read ready want to play the same.
So Red, you gotta not like us day.

Speaker 1 (04:17):
Give me something that feels like I'm fencing off free
co Caine.

Speaker 7 (04:19):
It's the breakfast slop.

Speaker 1 (04:20):
Good morning. You gotta love Obio Eli one of our
poets up there.

Speaker 8 (04:23):
No, we don't say oh b listen. June teenth concert
next Wednesday. Drake gonna regret the day he ever was saying.
Kendrick rapt like he free the slaves. Geez okay, you're
gonna do his content on June teeenth, the day that
we commemorate the slave being the enslaved being free.

Speaker 4 (04:41):
You hear me, Obio comes in here, start winking at everybody.

Speaker 1 (04:46):
Making sure everything all good.

Speaker 4 (04:47):
All listen, daod morning everybody. We are the breakfast club.
Let's get in some front Page News, Morning Morgan.

Speaker 9 (04:56):
Good Morning, Gone, Happy Tuesday. So let's friends it right.
Eight pre sentencing interview for Trump has concluded. The virtual
interview was conducted by a probation officer who will put
together a report that recommends the appropriate punishment for Judge
Van mrkand to impose when the former president is sentenced

(05:16):
on July eleventh. Now, Trump was convicted of falsifying business
records to cover up payments made to adult film actress
Doormy Daniels to cover up and alleged a fair He
is also expected to announce his running mate next month
at the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee. North Dakota Governor
Doug Bergham, Senators Marco Rubio, Tim Scott, and JD Vance
have all reportedly received vetting requests from the Trump campaign.

(05:41):
I also think that that Byron Donald guy could be
considered as well. You know, he's got he's been a
little controversial lately, and he seems to be making his
way to the forefront form the four go ahead hold.

Speaker 8 (05:52):
I say this is gonna be interesting because I really
can't wait to see what punishment looks like for that
level of privilege, like I've been wrong at every turn.
Never thought they'd bring charges against them, never thought that
they guilty on anything, And so it's just gonna be
interesting to see what type of charges they bring against
that level off of privilege, because I don't think America
has anything in place the properly prosecutor punish that level
of privilege.

Speaker 7 (06:12):
But we shall see.

Speaker 9 (06:13):
And also who wants to VP that? But okay, moving on.
In other news, the Manhattan district attorney who prosecuted Donald
Trump in his hush money case is agreeing to testify
before Congress. Alvin Bragg's office responded to a request from
the Republican led House Judiciary Committee to answer questions about
the case. Bragg's general counsel said he would be willing

(06:34):
to sit down for testimony, but indicated that could only
happen after Trump is sentenced next month again July eleventh.
Republicans have accused Bragg of carrying out an unprecedented abuse
of prosecutorial the authority.

Speaker 8 (06:48):
Prosecutorial authority tell you some Alvin Bragg is a person
who should be out there campaigning for President Biden harder
than anybody, because if Donald Trump gets back in the
office when it comes to retaliation against political opponents.

Speaker 7 (07:00):
Alvin braggwonna be at the top of that list.

Speaker 9 (07:03):
And Fannis next, Yeah, and then so moving on, Tesla
Ceo Elon Musk. You guys saw the Apple event yesterday, right,
So Tesla Ceo Elon Musks hating on it. He wants
to ban Apple devices following their announcement of collaboration with
open Ai and multiple posts on social media Twitter fingers
Must called the partnership an unacceptable security violation, adding Apple

(07:26):
doesn't have a clue what's really going on.

Speaker 7 (07:29):
Now.

Speaker 9 (07:29):
I will give Musk his his props in this one,
because he is actually the co founder of open Ai
in twenty fifteen and then stepped down from its board
in twenty eighteen. Now, he went on to say it's
patently absurd that Apple isn't smart enough to make their
own AI yet is somehow capable of ensuring that open
ai will protect your security and privacy. Guy, there's a

(07:50):
point there, because who doesn't have an iPhone? So this's,
as Musk says, the company is you. His company will
be using its own AI with the option of open
ai in the future. Thoughts on that, you guys use
g right?

Speaker 7 (08:04):
I don't know enough about it.

Speaker 6 (08:05):
Sometimes I don't actually don't use GPC that look I
got I know a couple of students that use it,
but I've never ever gotten to use it.

Speaker 9 (08:15):
Oh look at the surprise guest. Oh my god, that's.

Speaker 7 (08:19):
Just walked in the building.

Speaker 8 (08:20):
You know, After Raj goes and burns things down at club,
after he goes and burns things down in Hollywood unlocked,
he comes in here to clean it.

Speaker 1 (08:33):
I'll be back with more later.

Speaker 8 (08:35):
You gotta suit on the professional and then went there
and tore things up all weekend.

Speaker 7 (08:40):
Now you want to come.

Speaker 8 (08:41):
In everybody, I'm tell him where to find you.

Speaker 7 (08:48):
Morgan. This is Morgan, by.

Speaker 1 (08:50):
The way, I'm Morgan. How you doing all right?

Speaker 9 (08:51):
We've met before.

Speaker 1 (08:52):
Hi.

Speaker 9 (08:53):
Uh, y'all can find me at Morgan Media, Morgan Media,
m R g By and Media, and at Black Information
Network at b I in news dot com. More coming
up next, you and me before I interviewed him.

Speaker 1 (09:05):
Actually a question the media thing, all.

Speaker 4 (09:13):
Right, get it off your chest. Eight hundred five eight
five one oh five one. If you need the vent
phone line to wide open again, eight hundred five eight
five one oh five one.

Speaker 1 (09:21):
Ray J is here. He's gonna be yes.

Speaker 4 (09:23):
Yes, Like like Charlamagne said, he tore down.

Speaker 1 (09:27):
The whole world last week, he burned down up. Yes,
you just got what I do. I did good. I
was bad, but you bad.

Speaker 7 (09:38):
You have a terrible moment.

Speaker 1 (09:39):
Well yeah, well you know what. We talk about it.

Speaker 4 (09:41):
We're gonna talk about it. But right now, it's get
it off your chest. It's the Breakfast Club. Good morning,
the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 1 (09:49):
Ray right, ray yo, charlotmae, yay, what up are we list?
This is your time to get it off your chest.

Speaker 3 (09:54):
I got an indoor pool.

Speaker 1 (09:57):
We want to hear from you on the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 3 (09:59):
On a phone right now here, tell you what it is.

Speaker 1 (10:03):
Hello. Who's this?

Speaker 10 (10:04):
Yes, sir J from Endy.

Speaker 1 (10:06):
Hey, what's up?

Speaker 5 (10:06):
Brother?

Speaker 1 (10:07):
Get it off your chest?

Speaker 10 (10:08):
Yeah, I'm just trying to set the tone for fathers
this weekend. Don't expect too much for Father's Day.

Speaker 11 (10:12):
Man.

Speaker 10 (10:12):
We do a lot, but we expect not too much.

Speaker 1 (10:14):
That's true, respect man.

Speaker 4 (10:16):
But I'm fine with that thing. I I'm fine with
just having the kids around watching some TV. I said, man,
it's yes, right.

Speaker 10 (10:23):
Yes, sir, I'm agreeing with Most importantly, I want my
fellas out there, even though we don't expect too much
to take you to raise that bar and do it
much as we can because it may not be getting
a lot of kids, but you know, the thankless job.
But we still got to do it.

Speaker 12 (10:36):
Yeah, we want to raise the bar for sure, we
want to do that. But what do you mean raise
the bar for us to have a good a better day?

Speaker 13 (10:42):
Right?

Speaker 1 (10:43):
Yeah, but still some.

Speaker 10 (10:44):
Of our guys man, between the guys I played ball
with playing video games and dudes going to who just
sit down and enjoy your day, don't complain and just
be like the go get your kids.

Speaker 14 (10:54):
And call them whatever, because a lot of guys I.

Speaker 10 (10:56):
Know don't have their kids full time like that.

Speaker 1 (10:58):
That's I mean, the greatest gift from the day is
being a father. That's right, and have a good one.
What do you I appreciate that you meet your kids. Absolutely.
I'm about to get this off my chest.

Speaker 12 (11:09):
All this snappy chest here, I said, I got to
get this off my chest, this nappy chest I do
I do.

Speaker 1 (11:18):
VAT What is it?

Speaker 12 (11:21):
Yeah, it's way better than there. VAT is very fresh.
You put it on your body.

Speaker 1 (11:26):
Oh you're still here. Yeah, we're talking about body.

Speaker 12 (11:29):
But you know, you put the vat all over your
body and then you know, seven eight minutes and it's
just come right off there. You like, this is great
the e E T.

Speaker 1 (11:41):
And I'm not sponsored bying. I just want I want
my puber kid like you got.

Speaker 12 (11:47):
Well you can't, yeah, because I feel like fellas don't
need to have the same stuff there since high school
and in college, like you gotta let it go and
you put that around your I have to, yeah, whatever,
Like I don't do it all the times, like you know,
every like we getting one and a half months, one
and a half two months, I go bereomy. It's being freshed,

(12:10):
grooming morning.

Speaker 14 (12:12):
All remain the god that hilarious. Ray j Are we live?

Speaker 1 (12:18):
Are we live? My poster over here, man?

Speaker 14 (12:22):
So I just have to get this off my chest.
I've been smoking we six years NonStop. J got eight days.

Speaker 5 (12:31):
Over are you?

Speaker 1 (12:32):
Eight days? Eight days?

Speaker 5 (12:34):
Eight days?

Speaker 1 (12:35):
Eighty wow?

Speaker 15 (12:36):
Man?

Speaker 14 (12:36):
Eighty eight day day?

Speaker 12 (12:38):
Oh wow, that's how much time I did in jail.
Eight hours.

Speaker 1 (12:44):
No, eight days, eight days.

Speaker 12 (12:46):
He's eight days a week and you got a little
with a little while longer. But I do want to
celebrate your eight Yeah, but we gotta we want to
celebrate the eighty you got a week.

Speaker 1 (12:55):
So two weeks. You celebrate when you get to a month.

Speaker 12 (12:57):
And we really believe you too much for real, because
to be a habit, why are you getting so what's
the reason you cleaned?

Speaker 14 (13:04):
It was literally because I found more value on myself, true,
But when I was smoking, it was because I was
trying to find myself because.

Speaker 1 (13:17):
Making because different things do different things. Yeah, nothing crazy
like that, Well, congratua.

Speaker 14 (13:24):
I also wanted to say something else. I love the
breakfast clubs so much. Y'all done so much for me,
you know what I'm saying. I'm so glad that y'all
were able to call, like have me call up on here,
and so you know, I just wanted to give y'ad
to Lot and shot out Charlomagne like I really hope
to aspire to be more like Envy and Charlamagne to God, man.

Speaker 5 (13:45):
Thank you.

Speaker 1 (13:45):
I appreciate you. Can hear it in his voice. Yeah,
I like what you do. I'm not gonna lie to you.
He's cool.

Speaker 7 (13:50):
Yeah, I do edibles though what it is man.

Speaker 1 (13:56):
Like one simmer. Charlamagne's won't be damn like Brandy. Get
it off your chest.

Speaker 4 (14:02):
Eight hundred five eight five one oh five one. If
you need to vent, hit it up now. It's the
breakfast club. Morning, the breakfast club. This is your time
to get it off your chest, whether you're man or bless.

Speaker 6 (14:14):
I hate the way that you walk, the way that
you talk, I hate the way that your dress.

Speaker 1 (14:18):
Everything. When me is best tall up new eight hundred
five eight five one five one.

Speaker 11 (14:23):
Not just me.

Speaker 1 (14:24):
I'm with the coach of philing.

Speaker 7 (14:26):
Hello.

Speaker 1 (14:27):
Who's this DJ Envy?

Speaker 11 (14:29):
Yes, sir, my brother was good man.

Speaker 1 (14:31):
What's up with you?

Speaker 5 (14:32):
Brother?

Speaker 11 (14:33):
I'm good, King. How you feeling, man?

Speaker 1 (14:35):
I can't complain, brother.

Speaker 7 (14:36):
No doubt.

Speaker 5 (14:37):
Jess.

Speaker 11 (14:37):
How you doing this?

Speaker 1 (14:38):
I'm good, Love. How are you?

Speaker 11 (14:40):
I'm good man, I'm making it man. Things are much better,
much better.

Speaker 1 (14:44):
That's good, Charlie, mane King, How you doing brother?

Speaker 11 (14:48):
I'm good King. Man, you play too much. I'm glad.
Just stay on your butt.

Speaker 16 (14:53):
Oh wait a minute, early Jesus, Oh wait a minute,
good God minute.

Speaker 11 (15:03):
That's not what I meant. Jeff, Yeah, I apologize, Queen.
That's now what I'm meant. But man, thank you for
having me on.

Speaker 2 (15:10):
Man.

Speaker 11 (15:11):
Just want to get off my check.

Speaker 7 (15:12):
Wait, I'm grateful.

Speaker 4 (15:14):
Ray j is here too, man, I didn't even know
that you said.

Speaker 1 (15:19):
Ray J, what up?

Speaker 16 (15:21):
No, dude, I'm literally front.

Speaker 11 (15:25):
I'm having I'm having a mommy, ray J.

Speaker 14 (15:29):
I just watch you on Order Dialogue.

Speaker 12 (15:33):
I did to watch you on yeah over over promoting
it now, I mean.

Speaker 1 (15:40):
Four day.

Speaker 11 (15:40):
But but I respect where you came from.

Speaker 14 (15:42):
Ray R. You you you you made me.

Speaker 11 (15:47):
Call some of my fraternity brothers shout out to uh
uh uh that no, no, no, what's her name? Charla Mane?
Your your niece name?

Speaker 9 (15:56):
Yo?

Speaker 1 (15:57):
You know so mama is Vader, mama is Taylor, Taylor.

Speaker 11 (16:01):
Taylor, shout out to Taylor because I'm a Sigma.

Speaker 1 (16:04):
And I'll say this, ray J.

Speaker 14 (16:07):
When I watched your video.

Speaker 12 (16:09):
Your mama a k and my daddy and you, Wow,
you know they be going out. I'm not to get
off the NB.

Speaker 1 (16:20):
I'm about to get off the pall home, man.

Speaker 11 (16:24):
But at the end of the day, I appreciate what
you said as far as black women, black women are
not protected enough. Man, and uh, I get into a
few fights, and I remember when you said on Shade Shape,
you was like, it would have been my pleasure to
get busy.

Speaker 1 (16:42):
What you mean protect you?

Speaker 7 (16:44):
You said you want to swing on Diddy.

Speaker 1 (16:45):
Well, I felt like, like, what if I.

Speaker 12 (16:49):
Was there, I would have did more. I would have
really went crazy. I ain't never seen nothing like that.

Speaker 1 (16:54):
You've been a Diddy parties before, you never seen nothing
like that, Right, I've never seen nothing like that period
from any human.

Speaker 7 (16:59):
By the way, you started alliance and you ain't a
ditty party.

Speaker 1 (17:02):
You know, you know, I know I've been there.

Speaker 12 (17:04):
I've never been wherever other people been, but I've been.
I've been to a lot of parties and you know, yeah,
so but no, that ain't cool.

Speaker 1 (17:17):
It's like, it's not okay. You know what I'm saying. Yeah,
excuse me, Okay, we'll get it.

Speaker 4 (17:23):
Off your chest. Eight hundred one O five one. When
we come back, we have Jess with the mess. What
we're talking about the mess to get into ray J's mess.

Speaker 7 (17:31):
Ray J made a mess this weekend.

Speaker 8 (17:33):
A whole lot of men went to went to Hollywood
and made a mess and didn't want to come here
and try to clean it up.

Speaker 1 (17:38):
Know what it was?

Speaker 12 (17:39):
I told myself this was going to be a very like,
very professional interview. When I did the two interviews, I
don't know I thought that.

Speaker 6 (17:46):
You started off very well, it started for the hot second,
give you that.

Speaker 4 (17:51):
Just then it went to the smells of things and
then you hid behind.

Speaker 12 (17:57):
Well I put on a wig once home, and then
I looked at myself in the mirror.

Speaker 1 (18:02):
I'm like, oh, it looks too good. I got attracted
with myself. I took that in any party that was
just alone. It was just me and myself. Man, that's bad.

Speaker 4 (18:12):
Well, ray J's here. We got just with the mess
coming up to the movies. The breakfast Club, Good morning,
the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 1 (18:20):
Wanted everybody. We are at the Breakfast Club. Ray J
is here. He's our guest co host this morning. Yes
he is. And let's get to jest with the mess.

Speaker 9 (18:29):
You is real, whether it's just lions, just Robbin Moore,
just don't do no.

Speaker 10 (18:32):
Line, don't do.

Speaker 1 (18:36):
Nobody world which jets worldwide mess on the Breakfast Club.
She's the coaches ship.

Speaker 15 (18:44):
She was able to get y'all to see something and
understand something that nobody could get you to.

Speaker 3 (18:50):
See the time to set it off?

Speaker 1 (18:51):
No, you let just deliver her mess now you hushing? No,
I know what are these raycons?

Speaker 9 (18:56):
They messing up?

Speaker 1 (18:57):
He now are they racon?

Speaker 11 (19:00):
You can hear?

Speaker 9 (19:02):
Yeah?

Speaker 12 (19:02):
That's what I'm saying, give you high quality.

Speaker 6 (19:09):
Well, I just want to get into a little deeper
into some of the things that was going viral and
some of the things that you had said on Club
shah Uh. The first thing that stuck out to me
was the sex tape. You know he had extra about it.
You said, you don't really remember. Matter of fact, we
have the audio. Let's let him hear hisself.

Speaker 1 (19:30):
How did you find out that the tape had gotten
leave so long ago? All I remember is how it smells?
How it smells? Why would you say that about that
woman's vagina? Rey J? What was you talking about how
it smells?

Speaker 12 (19:42):
I promised you I didn't mean anything like that. I
was totally a richer prior joke that had no substance
in any conversation with Hold on keep playing it, though,
because at the end of the joke, I go, it
smells great.

Speaker 1 (19:56):
No, that was so. That was a joke. Ray J
comes to the microphone says, the smell great or not? J,
you can't do that. I can't do that.

Speaker 7 (20:06):
I love I was he did it.

Speaker 12 (20:08):
I was joking. He said, I don't know, I don't remember.
I said, I just remember how it.

Speaker 1 (20:14):
Smelled and you know what people are gonna think about that?
And then I jumped back up and.

Speaker 7 (20:18):
Okay, what else, Jess?

Speaker 1 (20:19):
What else? That was great?

Speaker 12 (20:20):
But I wasn't even talking about that situation. I can't
speak on that. That's what.

Speaker 1 (20:28):
Young girl.

Speaker 12 (20:30):
I'm gonna answer your question, but it's pertaining something I
really don't want to get.

Speaker 7 (20:33):
What he liked to do. He liked to go to
the Mother.

Speaker 8 (20:35):
I don't actually go to Club Sha, go to Hollywood
un locked, raise hell, make a mess and try to
come here and clean it up.

Speaker 1 (20:40):
Go ahead, Jess, Jesus, Okay.

Speaker 6 (20:44):
And then you spoke on almost being a member of
B two K and it may have almost been a
brawl because of the thing that was trying.

Speaker 1 (20:51):
To fight me. Is it true that you tried to
replace A Marion and B t K?

Speaker 12 (20:56):
I didn't try to do it. RASB approached me with that,
So I can't replace O Marion? Like you know, we
started doing dance rehearsals and like, bro, like I can't
do this. I'm like, well where marian at?

Speaker 1 (21:09):
You know what I'm saying.

Speaker 12 (21:10):
But they didn't understand it because I'm like, first things first,
it can't.

Speaker 1 (21:13):
Be be two K no more. They gotta be Ray
two K change the whole days.

Speaker 12 (21:20):
And so we were about to have a fight because
they was mad. I'm like, bro, Ray two K, R
two K is the as far as I can go
with compromise.

Speaker 1 (21:29):
R two K is all I could do Rasby too.
So Rasby approached you about being a part.

Speaker 12 (21:35):
Of Rasby, invited me and you know, for me, I
think Marion is the only person that fished like he's
a great guy in that group.

Speaker 1 (21:49):
But can you dance me?

Speaker 12 (21:51):
But you didn't see me on versus? Yeah, you saw that.
That was like that was like that went viral? What
what dance does anybody else?

Speaker 1 (21:59):
Versus? Come on? You know, don't do that.

Speaker 8 (22:01):
Your stomach was big seven months you look ridiculous, dude.
I remember that little uncle shuffle you was doing.

Speaker 1 (22:10):
I just got to tell you that you had one talk.
I just had to tell you this.

Speaker 12 (22:15):
You went sofari, man, that's one of the greatest moments
of awesome.

Speaker 1 (22:20):
We're doing the other one. The other one was the one.

Speaker 6 (22:25):
So you wanted to So why would you think that
they would ever agree to Ray two K?

Speaker 1 (22:31):
I just I had a deck. You were trying to.

Speaker 12 (22:33):
Be the leader I wanted to lead if because I've
never really been in a group like that.

Speaker 7 (22:39):
What did Christ say about it?

Speaker 1 (22:43):
I don't think he.

Speaker 12 (22:43):
I don't think he told me anything about that, but
I do know we created a group after rs B
p Okay, Ray J, Sammy, Bobby Valentino, he chose to
be instead of the B.

Speaker 1 (22:56):
He took one for the team, and then Pleasure p HM.
But that's my group. We're struggling group, but we're gonna
get it right.

Speaker 12 (23:06):
But as a group, we are struggling group, but together
as unity as we learned through like how to work it,
I think we're gonna have a moment in time.

Speaker 1 (23:13):
You know what I'm saying, Oka here at six pm
for me. You know what I'm saying, I'm over on
the other side of the world. That's Rady takes a
shot right now. We got all right? So this one,
this last one has a lot of layers.

Speaker 6 (23:23):
You had said when you were fourteen, we're dating a
thirty four year old.

Speaker 1 (23:29):
Let's play that red please.

Speaker 12 (23:31):
You know what an older woman back in the day,
when I was like fifteen fourteen, I had a girl
she was like thirty four. What the older woman made
me realize was done. I was dirty, right, literally bodily dirty.
What happened was she told me to take a shower
one day before I got in her bed. So I
took a shower, I get off the shower and I
take the white towel and I draw myself off and

(23:52):
the towel dirty is a dirty it's still dirt.

Speaker 1 (23:55):
Yeah, So she started tripping. That ain't how it go.

Speaker 12 (23:58):
So she put me in a tub in roses and
baby every night until I got into bed. And the
tub was I mean it was just a pool with
the ring around, really dirty.

Speaker 7 (24:08):
That was called molestation.

Speaker 12 (24:09):
You know what I think? Let me retrack, let me backtrack.
What does the car redact? I think she was twenty
four still still only.

Speaker 1 (24:18):
Fourteen years here, fourteen year old, show it happened showing
me something like that as well.

Speaker 12 (24:23):
Why were you that I think it happened back first? Damn,
we might go by just being real.

Speaker 1 (24:30):
It happened when it happened. That's why you're drinking at
seven o'clock in the morning.

Speaker 12 (24:37):
No, it happened when I was nine, Oh my god, Yeah,
with my babysitter.

Speaker 1 (24:42):
But that's still molested.

Speaker 12 (24:44):
That was different from my babysitter was nine, you were
still still that was different. I think so, because she
was telling me to do think about it. Yeah, he
was telling me to do something. I was Okay, I
don't want to hear you unpacktice.

Speaker 6 (24:57):
When you were fourteen, this was your girl. You were saying, well,
you're she was. Yeah, basically she was my home girl. Okay,
you're a home elder.

Speaker 1 (25:06):
I know that.

Speaker 5 (25:07):
I didn't know.

Speaker 1 (25:08):
I didn't know that that was that unless it was
not unconsensual.

Speaker 6 (25:10):
I'm saying, yeah, you were a kid back then, she knewy.

Speaker 1 (25:15):
Yeah, she was taking care of you. The why that dirty?
All right?

Speaker 12 (25:20):
I was playing outside a lot with my friends, okay,
at the park and stuff, right after school or whatever. Right,
but I want to apologize.

Speaker 8 (25:28):
I don't know, no bringing up Listen, that type of
trauma happens to men all the time, and folks don't
have conversations about it. That actually is something you probably
shouldn't pack with someone.

Speaker 13 (25:38):
Yeah, and I came here.

Speaker 1 (25:39):
I came here. I'm about to cry now. I didn't know.
She's sixty now to cry and she needs to hear this.
If she's still alive, Oh, she's sixteen, alive she is
sixty nine. Yeah, she had green arms.

Speaker 8 (25:52):
Freaky ass set of shire sixty nine. Guy, listen, you
need to stop drinking that at seven o'clock in the morning.
I'm perfectly fine or not. I'm not any that required me.

Speaker 7 (26:03):
To be to clean up.

Speaker 8 (26:04):
You was wilding that club, Shay shay wilding on Hollywood,
and like you supposed to come.

Speaker 1 (26:07):
Here and clean things up, And that's what I want
to do.

Speaker 8 (26:09):
Okay, Soportler alcohol out right, that's right, Eat some Starbucks,
get something on your stomach.

Speaker 7 (26:14):
Don't come back.

Speaker 1 (26:14):
Don't pour it out in your belly. He poured it
out in his belly. Why this why Brandy won't let
you at the house no more. We'll talk about that later.
We got to talk about that as well. I love
you guys, the breakfast club man. Thank you, Jess. This
is awesome. But we come back.

Speaker 4 (26:29):
We got front page news and more with rage. Ray
J just popped up on us. He's joining us all
morning long. If you want to higher at ray J,
you can call up. We got a lot to dissecret ate.
You can just holler at me to like, yell at
me and tell me what I did wrong. And I
try to make some adjustments.

Speaker 1 (26:42):
M Hello, so much. All right, it's the Breakfast Club.
Good morning. You're checking out the Breakfast Club Morning.

Speaker 4 (26:49):
Everybody is dj n V Jess Hilary Charlamage, the guy
Ray j is here. And let's get in some front
page news now, Morgan, wod you went to the Juneteenth
event last night?

Speaker 9 (27:00):
And I am tired, Boots. I don't know how y'all
stay out late and get up early like this. Yes,
so the juneteen concert happened last night At the White House.
President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris commemorated the holiday.
Let's hear from the Vice President. We've got comments from her.

Speaker 17 (27:13):
And today, as we celebrate June, team together, we are
minded of the promise of America, a promise of freedom, liberty,
and opportunity, not for some, but for all. In many ways,
the story of Juneteenth and Abomination is a story of
our ongoing fight to realize that promise, our ongoing fight

(27:40):
to build a nation that is more equal, more fair,
and more free, a nation where every person has the
opportunity not to just get by, but get ahead.

Speaker 1 (27:52):
It sounds too scripted, man, it does. Did the President
have kin takelo for.

Speaker 9 (27:56):
No he deny, He just wore a regular suit.

Speaker 1 (27:59):
Very it was.

Speaker 9 (28:02):
It was a I would say it was a black
and the Black fun type event at the White House.
So Kirk Franklin opened the show. He brought the VP
up on stage dancing. Yeah, Dougie Fresh was there, Anthony Hamilton,
Patty Leadbell Last Night, Patina Miller, Rahim de Vaughn and
Trombone Shorty shout out to Shrombone.

Speaker 1 (28:20):
Yeah.

Speaker 9 (28:21):
Ran into him at the restaurant after the event. He
is so gracious. And comedian Roy Wood Junior did an
amazing job hosting the event in such a you know,
classy but black black black, you know what, like we
we got it anyway, he did an amazing job. And
the US Marine band who caught who could keep up?
Because you know, we like to go rogue a little
bit sometimes when we they was they was doing their

(28:43):
big one and then Charlie Wilson headlines. But he did
not want to leave the stage, y'all. He had to
get He.

Speaker 12 (28:50):
Loved performing Charlie Wilson.

Speaker 9 (28:53):
He tried to keep it going. Ladies, can y'all do
what thing for me? And then this lady came out.
It was like, excuse me, Uncle Charlie, it's time to come.

Speaker 1 (29:00):
Wow.

Speaker 9 (29:01):
Yeah, yeah, which brings me to Biden's comments. He said
that he's never seen anything like that before in the
White House lawn.

Speaker 1 (29:10):
Never seen as many niggas on the White House. I
thought it was nigs on the White House. It was
building this place.

Speaker 9 (29:15):
Jesus copit, but adding that it was a fitting tribute.
It was a fitting tribute to Juneteenth. Of course, he
signed legislation in twenty twenty one making June nineteenth a
federal holiday. Moving on, in some sports related news, the
WNBA is seeing a surge in attendance, a huge surge
and attendance and viewership this season. The league announced that

(29:37):
May was its highest attended opening month in twenty six years.
Networks that AIRWNBA games also each had the most watched
start of the season ever. About four hundred thousand fans
attended WNBA games through the end of May, with more
than half of all games being sellouts. Games on ABC, ESPN,
ESPN two, and CBS are averaging just over one point

(29:58):
thirty two million viewers, almost from last.

Speaker 1 (30:01):
Lot of a lot of pretty w n b A
players to a lot of pretty well, and.

Speaker 7 (30:05):
It's because they're skilled. Thank you, Don.

Speaker 1 (30:07):
I'm just saying they're beautiful too. Of course they're skilled.

Speaker 12 (30:09):
I'm just saying, like a lot of people don't acknowledge
their beauty and they just acknowledge their skill.

Speaker 1 (30:13):
They're beautiful as well.

Speaker 8 (30:14):
Thank you Don Staley, Thank you South Carolina game Cocks.

Speaker 7 (30:17):
Thank you Kaitlyn.

Speaker 1 (30:18):
Please, w NBA players, don't don't be mad at me.

Speaker 12 (30:21):
I just I felt like it was you know, I
think there's something to that.

Speaker 9 (30:25):
I don't think Kaitlyn car cannot think Angel Rees come back.

Speaker 1 (30:29):
I'm sorry first, Angel.

Speaker 8 (30:32):
Yeah, what's happening is a lot of people are coming
to the w n B A for this rookie class
right led by Kaitlyn Clark and Angel Rees, and they're
realizing how good the league is. You come for Kaitlyn
and Angel, you stay for the greatest women's player in
the world who's from South Carolina, Adan Wilson.

Speaker 1 (30:45):
Period.

Speaker 9 (30:47):
Is that never mind like the lowbo Lisa Leslie, you
know those who came anyways.

Speaker 1 (30:54):
Who paid the Yes.

Speaker 9 (30:56):
Yeah, that's young singles, millennials and gen zs are not
using dating apps anymore. A recent report from an event
bright found that young people are seeking out in person
events and more to meet their partners. The event management
platform says fatigue from the endless swiping on dating apps
it's causing gen Z and millennials to turn to more
authentic settings like hobby groups to find a partner. Almost

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half of gen Z participants said that that were surveys
said connecting with others who have similar interests is one
of the biggest challenges when it comes to online dating.

Speaker 8 (31:30):
I have to see it to believe it, only because,
like I feel like social media makes these people, these kids.

Speaker 7 (31:34):
So awkward and they don't even know how to interact.

Speaker 9 (31:37):
With navigate real situations.

Speaker 4 (31:39):
Yeah, I will say that they all go into a lot,
a lot of concerts and a lot of shows, like
they are excited about it. My son, like I said,
he's home for college and every weekend is a show.
He knows every concept. He didn't want to see Bryce
until he went to Governor's Ball. He's going to see
Chris Browant, Like he goes and his friends go to
every concept like they're into that.

Speaker 12 (31:57):
You make sure he's good when he gets there, like
VIP and make sure he got like like you like,
are they good when they go there?

Speaker 1 (32:05):
They good show your picture my son like he's like
fast as my son is my security. That's what up
making sure he's getting everybody hisself and so.

Speaker 4 (32:15):
Hell yeah, how the time h Charlomagne calls the man
at the house, But he just he used to play football.

Speaker 1 (32:21):
He just was I was supposed to be six seven,
so it was supposed to be no smoking earlier. God,
I told you, daddy five eleven.

Speaker 9 (32:31):
Okay, we're not gonna get into no fake front page news.

Speaker 11 (32:33):
Now that.

Speaker 18 (32:36):
I'm Morgan.

Speaker 9 (32:36):
Would follow me on sopos at Morgan Media and r
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more news coverags follow at Black Information Network and b
I in news dot com.

Speaker 4 (32:45):
Thank you, Thank you Morgan when we come back eight
hundred and five eight five one oh five one. So
ray J is banned from his sister's crib turn his down?
Are you banned from the family house because your sister
doesn't want you?

Speaker 10 (32:57):
There?

Speaker 7 (32:58):
Is that said? You said? Brandy ain't rocking what you
in a year?

Speaker 1 (33:01):
I love my sister more than anything.

Speaker 12 (33:03):
I love my sister more than anything in the world,
and I just don't want to bombard her. But she
told me to come over when I get back and
and just hang out. So I'm happy about that. And
I just don't want to bombard with stuff.

Speaker 8 (33:15):
Yeah, we report, just reported it. And just with the
message I said, I stayed with Brandy. You told me
you shore Brandy wouldn't want you. You should still stand yes, Stah,
definitely stand with right now.

Speaker 4 (33:24):
So let's open up the phone lines. Do you have
a family member you don't want at your house?

Speaker 8 (33:27):
You have to for your own mental and emotional well being,
you have to distance yourself from this person.

Speaker 1 (33:34):
Eight hundred five eight five one oh five one.

Speaker 4 (33:36):
Can you understand why do you have a ring in
your family that you have to just sometimes just say
full back.

Speaker 1 (33:42):
We'll talk about it when we come back. It's the
Breakfast Club. Good morning, the Breakfast Club. It's topic time.

Speaker 19 (33:55):
Call eight hundred five eight five five one to join
into the discussion with the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 4 (34:01):
Warning everybody in ceej Envy just hilarious, charlomagnea God, we
are the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 1 (34:06):
We got a guest co host with us today.

Speaker 12 (34:08):
Ray J is here up everybody, DJ and V Charlemagne
to God, just hilarious. And you know who the reoccurring
rais erection not raised, erection raised.

Speaker 1 (34:26):
I can't what if you're doing a song with whatever
yourn ad lib.

Speaker 8 (34:33):
Now listen, Ray j Yes was on Club Yes, and
he was on Hollywood Unlocked this past weekend.

Speaker 7 (34:40):
This is what he does. He makes message there and
comes in and tries to clean it up.

Speaker 1 (34:42):
Correct.

Speaker 7 (34:43):
And one thing you said was Brandy don't like you
right now.

Speaker 1 (34:45):
No, Brandy loves me. I love my sister more than
anything in the world, and my kids and my mama,
and this is like this love is like, of course
we know, but she don't want you around for the
moment I can come over.

Speaker 12 (34:58):
I don't know if I don't know, if I'm like
Jed she's having I didn't get invited. But yeah, and
be watched the shows when I said this, and I
love I love you, b And as a scientist in
the space that I'm.

Speaker 1 (35:10):
In, scientist, yeah, ratchet scientist.

Speaker 12 (35:15):
And I'm trying I'm trying to find a better word
for ratchet in the future, but I think ratchet sister tone.
But I'm a scientist. Conflict television, conflict.

Speaker 1 (35:23):
High velocity, dramatic reality.

Speaker 5 (35:26):
I like that.

Speaker 7 (35:27):
I like that.

Speaker 1 (35:27):
So what is the question? What are we asking him.
Let's right up there. What are we asking? What are
we asking today? You know Brandy this Friday too in Vegas?
In Vegas, Wow, you got We're not what you're saying.
But do you got a host down there? You're the host,
hotel host? You know I'm gonna give him my host.

Speaker 8 (35:45):
I stay with Brandy. I think that. Uh no, I'm
not coming up. I got in a latest weekning. But
I stay with Brandy because there are certain family members
that you have to love from a distance at different moments,
because emotionally and mentally they might be a tad bit draining.

Speaker 12 (35:59):
They're not even a mostly a media it just might
not be compatible to the campaign or business coming up,
or what business deal or what campaign you working on.
Raj might not be the perfect person to.

Speaker 1 (36:12):
Be hanging out with it.

Speaker 7 (36:14):
I can understand that.

Speaker 6 (36:16):
Just what I'm changing my name, man, So you're saying
it's more in a business level than personal with.

Speaker 1 (36:22):
She just doesn't a business.

Speaker 12 (36:23):
She never said I wasn't invited, But there was a
few events that was popping in LA and you.

Speaker 1 (36:29):
Didn't get anybody too. Thigas was telling me what happened after?
Does she like your business or does she think it's
does with her.

Speaker 6 (36:36):
Have you showed her anything from Tronics, any trailers from Tronics?
I tried, Yeah, it's just it's just not her thing
to show her any of the trailers from Tronic what
he has going on.

Speaker 1 (36:47):
I don't want to do that. That's just because it's
just so out of bounds at times high velocity. It's
just the way we edit stuff.

Speaker 12 (36:54):
And I mean, Tronics is on the cutting edge of
something cinematic and Ratchet Zeus and now that's TV. I'm
gonna keep saying their names because these are those are
the other two guys. I respect them for loving this space,
but this is our space, and.

Speaker 7 (37:08):
Y'all all fighting for the same space.

Speaker 1 (37:10):
Though it's like we're not fighting.

Speaker 12 (37:11):
We're not fighting in the long road, we should just
all like making one big bubble.

Speaker 1 (37:16):
And I ain't talking Michael.

Speaker 8 (37:17):
Jackson bubbles, but im and I'm sure Brandy's tired of
you bringing up her and Monica's tour.

Speaker 7 (37:23):
You constantly bring that up. Monica didn't like that either.

Speaker 1 (37:25):
You apologize, though you did apologize, but you keep apologizing
for the same thing with a camera with a camera
right you look at that one right there, zoom man, yep,
I can can I see myself? Zoom that? No later, Monica,
I'm sorry, Monica, I'm sorry, and I'm so happy you

(37:46):
and Brandy got together and it's a possibility or it's
some kind of thing. Shout out to Arianna Grande. What's up,
Ariana Grande?

Speaker 12 (37:53):
I never met you, but I hear the songs the
boys mind you always did did the video together?

Speaker 1 (37:58):
Well, look how.

Speaker 12 (37:58):
God works, manifestation has to be doing. I've been manifesting this.
I'm not the reason.

Speaker 7 (38:03):
Now you're taking credit.

Speaker 14 (38:04):
I'm not.

Speaker 12 (38:07):
My manifestation has just felt made me feel like I
was supporting this, and then I don't know if that's
going to happen. I just know that they've been hanging
out doing stuff with Ariana Grande.

Speaker 1 (38:18):
That's Ariana is one word or just last name is.

Speaker 7 (38:24):
Let's go to the phones.

Speaker 8 (38:25):
Do you have a family member, because they're a lot,
you have to distance yourself from them, Puncho.

Speaker 1 (38:32):
Do you have a family member like Ray J?

Speaker 20 (38:34):
Yeah, I gotta here about thirteen kids any more? Like
Nick Canton, I'm a whole.

Speaker 1 (38:41):
Different But we're talking about personality, not reading.

Speaker 4 (38:43):
Yeah, I see something says you got an uncle? You said,
your uncle smokes crack. He comes around just to eat
before anybody else, always coming over high.

Speaker 1 (38:51):
That's your uncle Pancho.

Speaker 20 (38:52):
Yeah, man, he always the house like he always the
type stuff. But he'll come around the house and we'll
be cooking and he being to put his hand in
the pop for the food even done. I'm like, you
can't even.

Speaker 8 (39:03):
Let me hate, let me hate, no, no, no no.

Speaker 1 (39:07):
A family member is tough, bro Wow.

Speaker 7 (39:10):
Originally don't give crackhead.

Speaker 1 (39:11):
But I was born in eighty one. Crack was popping
then it was worn.

Speaker 20 (39:16):
I mean crack. I'm an eighties baby, so we cracked
babies by nature.

Speaker 5 (39:20):
I guess.

Speaker 1 (39:23):
I'm not gonna I'm not a crack baby.

Speaker 4 (39:24):
Well, sorry, thank you, but we're not saying, well, we're
just saying a family.

Speaker 12 (39:28):
Members show anybody that that is a crack baby.

Speaker 1 (39:32):
I love you all the crack babies. Yeah, it's just
a lute to babies. It might have been affected with crack.
You cannot insul crack babies. Who else you want to
sign the tronics? Let's go to a good morning.

Speaker 12 (39:41):
Matter of fact, crack baby actually sounds like a show.

Speaker 7 (39:46):
Doing that already.

Speaker 8 (39:47):
Yeah, Pat got a cartoon coming crack baby.

Speaker 7 (39:50):
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.

Speaker 12 (39:51):
Yeah, that's by my friend. You know, I'm in our
new show. I'm in our second season. Little Bit Fress
pasts this year at the biggest numbers first season, second
biggest numbers too, because we're gonna make sure that.

Speaker 1 (40:02):
Hello, who's is Tasha?

Speaker 4 (40:05):
You know, Hey, Tasha, you got a family member you
don't invite over your house you keep away from you.

Speaker 1 (40:10):
Yeah, who's that?

Speaker 18 (40:12):
It's my sister?

Speaker 7 (40:13):
Damn talk?

Speaker 1 (40:14):
What did she do?

Speaker 8 (40:15):
Well?

Speaker 3 (40:16):
Basically impacting Like twenty fifteen, we were roommateing and I'm
saying her and she was keeping the money and she
almost pulled me.

Speaker 11 (40:22):
Be humbless. So now that I have all my things together,
she is not allowed in my face.

Speaker 7 (40:28):
Damn forever for now.

Speaker 1 (40:30):
But now, okay, thank you Tasha.

Speaker 8 (40:32):
This is triggering the Raja. Reggie can't even Reggie can't
even stand microphone. He can't even keep still.

Speaker 1 (40:38):
I have like eighty D well ray well, she said
her sister with d D.

Speaker 4 (40:42):
You weren't stealing money, so you know, you know, it's
just that you know your sister wants you to fix up,
and she didn't stay forever.

Speaker 12 (40:47):
My sister has been one of my my my biggest supporter,
She's one of my biggest people that when she tells
me I'm doing something wrong or right.

Speaker 1 (40:54):
I listen, told you you're doing something wrong, mainly two
days which the last time she has you doing something right.
What she said she was tripping. She was tripping about
the Monica than she.

Speaker 7 (41:05):
Was tired of you doing that.

Speaker 1 (41:06):
Yeah. Did that cause like any rep ra between her
and Monica?

Speaker 12 (41:10):
I don't know, but I know Brandy was mad at me. Yeah,
and she was trying to understand why I would say
stuff like that.

Speaker 1 (41:16):
I don't know. And I'm apologizing the Monica because I'm
ashamed of myself.

Speaker 7 (41:20):
Did you apologize to your sister?

Speaker 11 (41:22):
Brain?

Speaker 1 (41:22):
Big sar? Okay, what does your mom say? But when
you're to a beef going.

Speaker 12 (41:27):
At it, you know it's just you know, she stays
out of it because she loves us both. But my
actions and tell of my behavior was absolutely unacceptable.

Speaker 1 (41:38):
So much.

Speaker 7 (41:38):
You do this every time?

Speaker 1 (41:42):
He does this all the time. This is what he does.
He makes these messages and then apologize for him, like.

Speaker 12 (41:49):
Because sometimes when the message being made, I don't know,
but when I find out that that's the message being
later on, like just with the mess, like the just
with the message she saw it being made.

Speaker 1 (41:57):
I have to acknowledge that.

Speaker 12 (41:58):
I have to identify that, you know, make adjustments and
be very apologetic for the wrong.

Speaker 8 (42:04):
You need Billy around you more because Billy will stop
you mid mess.

Speaker 12 (42:08):
Here's the thing, you know, Billy connected me on the
call for Breakfast Club when I was tweaking.

Speaker 1 (42:13):
I remember, remember he should have hung up.

Speaker 7 (42:17):
He didn't know that you was wild?

Speaker 1 (42:18):
Like, but why I'm wow?

Speaker 7 (42:20):
For what hour?

Speaker 14 (42:21):
I have?

Speaker 1 (42:21):
Right? All he had to do is the end that's right,
was like thirty minutes. I don't even think it was
that long, Yo, it really was. Yeah, I got off.

Speaker 4 (42:35):
Ray J is heying eight hundred and five eighty five
one oh five When we're asking, do you have a
family member you just don't want around you right now?
Now this comes from Brandy, ray J's brother. I mean,
ray J's sister does not want J around right now.
Let's discuss this the breakfast slogan Morning.

Speaker 19 (42:55):
Let's say, if y'all talking about it, you know we talking,
it's to times called eight hundred five eight five one
five one to join into the discussion with the.

Speaker 4 (43:05):
Breakfast Club Morning everybody's DJ, Envy, Jesse, Larry Charlamagne, the
guy we are the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 1 (43:12):
Ray J is here. He just joining us. Ray J
was talking. He was like, his sister doesn't want him
around right now.

Speaker 7 (43:18):
Brandy.

Speaker 4 (43:19):
Yes, Brandy, So we're asking do you have a family
member like that. I actually ran into I'm gonna see
Brandy this Friday in Vegas.

Speaker 1 (43:26):
She's performing on DJ and she's gonna love to see me.

Speaker 4 (43:28):
But I've seen her a couple of about a month ago,
and I was like, are you come back to the
Breakfast Club And she's like, nah, she's she's not messing
with it.

Speaker 12 (43:34):
She just hasn't been doing interviews. She's been focused and
she's a she When she lasers in like she's like,
you know, in a bubble, and when she comes out
of that bubble, it's always a masterpiece.

Speaker 1 (43:43):
I'm glad you apologized her, you know, doing that brush
because you was out of line, Dre. We got a brush?
A brush? Or do you want to napkin? No want
to brushes here? I want to be here napping.

Speaker 6 (43:53):
Oh no, it's not it's not napping. You know how
I look look nice, nice and mature.

Speaker 1 (43:58):
Than we have Grandma on the line, Graham, Good morning.

Speaker 7 (44:01):
Morning morning Graham.

Speaker 1 (44:03):
You got a family member you got to keep away from.

Speaker 18 (44:05):
Yeah, man, I got I got a family member. He
just I got a brother, man, he just Oh hato, man,
I'm talking about everything you're saying. You got something negatives
to stay? Could when I have a house full of
all the time, over my half house full of me
all the time, and I'm like, I'm like, you want
and don't want to go to work, I'd be like, man, oh, man,

(44:26):
I got a girlfriend that can't.

Speaker 7 (44:27):
See with me?

Speaker 1 (44:31):
Now, REGI not of here. Oh, I haven't hated nobody
in forty five years.

Speaker 18 (44:37):
Now about Richie's all right, man, I got a bloke
who can't stay either. And I'm gonna take a shot
with you this morning all the way to work.

Speaker 1 (44:44):
Just cheers.

Speaker 4 (44:45):
You know what I don't, Reggie, that's a candle in
one here, that's like those are magic.

Speaker 1 (44:50):
That's raj is in here drinking the black on vodka.
That's Michigan. Listen, Michigan. It was excellent. So shout out
to Russell. Russell, we'll talk after this, all right. I mean,
you said you haven't hated in forty five years. You're
not forty five. You said you haven't hated on any
one years three. That's what I'm saying. Two years before

(45:12):
I was born, I wasn't hating in either like that.

Speaker 5 (45:15):
That's crazy.

Speaker 1 (45:16):
Hello, who's this to yo?

Speaker 18 (45:18):
Just the sun from Alabama road tied?

Speaker 1 (45:21):
What's up Alabama? How you feeling this morning? Hey man?

Speaker 2 (45:24):
We out here man, lovely, beautiful morning.

Speaker 14 (45:27):
Everything is good.

Speaker 4 (45:28):
But we're talking about a family member that you just
you know, can't have around you right now.

Speaker 1 (45:32):
Who's that family member? Brother? Oh?

Speaker 5 (45:34):
Man?

Speaker 2 (45:34):
That family member would be my uncle man love love
after death, but often come in the house and rearrange
the whole house like it's he is.

Speaker 18 (45:44):
He come in, come in your kitchen and cook after
dinner being cooked.

Speaker 2 (45:49):
Yeah, man, that you know, the one that comes to
the barbecue and only want to cook one thing he liked.

Speaker 1 (45:56):
You hit me?

Speaker 2 (45:57):
You hit me?

Speaker 5 (46:01):
Man?

Speaker 2 (46:01):
Down here Alabama, we take our fist seriously and call
I can call on fish days.

Speaker 18 (46:09):
He's the best cooked EveryWare. Shout out on a plane.

Speaker 1 (46:12):
You hear me shout out to him. Man, Hello, who's
this brano? What's going on? Dj n B man hilario
y J.

Speaker 4 (46:26):
So we're asking that we're asking that family member that
you that you don't allow in the house.

Speaker 1 (46:30):
So you want to eat this. Sometimes you just got
to stay away.

Speaker 3 (46:32):
From my wife. But before you get yo, yo, dj
and we check it out, check it out real quick.

Speaker 1 (46:39):
Hey, this girl was blowing my horn last night to y'all.

Speaker 3 (46:46):
Right, now, put on any time you put on a
brand new pair of Nike, are you a bottom the water?
Just remember a truck driver a brought it to you
from the wall.

Speaker 7 (46:58):
That's right.

Speaker 1 (46:58):
Listen, Why don't you want your wife for around?

Speaker 11 (47:01):
She cursed too damn much?

Speaker 1 (47:03):
That gotta be your ex wife.

Speaker 3 (47:04):
Now, yeah, we're still I mean we're separated, but the
paper and the course stuff is going through. But yeah, man,
she she cursed too much.

Speaker 5 (47:12):
Yo.

Speaker 3 (47:13):
It's too adversarial. And I keep on telling her whenever
we get into a conflict or something we don't agree about,
we don't have to curse at each other because it
automatically sets up an adversarial situation and it brings up work.

Speaker 1 (47:28):
Can't come over the more because you know I have
dang So you say she can't come over no.

Speaker 11 (47:33):
More jack over to my place, no more?

Speaker 1 (47:37):
Damn damn well, thank you.

Speaker 3 (47:39):
Well, yo, yo, listen, Can I get a shout out
real quick?

Speaker 7 (47:43):
Yo?

Speaker 20 (47:43):
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the main karac. It's Ulysses Trailer work in progress. If
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(48:05):
a suit standing opposite from a white guy in a
jump in a prison suit, that's my trailer.

Speaker 1 (48:12):
Check it out. We got to learn. I got to
learn how to spell it first, U L y S S.
So Ray, let me ask you question. She was talking
about his wife last time you hear you, you apologize
the princess over here, and you you try to get
the family back to.

Speaker 12 (48:26):
And has that Benny listen wearing a divorce. But I
love princes a. Well, you know, I got this gun
in my mom min. I'm not sharying I got guns.

Speaker 1 (48:37):
You're still I just don't want to be talking to
and like, have bad Okay, have I got some gun?

Speaker 12 (48:44):
But anyway, I love princess from the bottom of my heart.
And like I was telling y'all, I will never love again.

Speaker 1 (48:50):
You were doing so good. Y'all were flying together, y'all
doing and doing everything together.

Speaker 12 (48:55):
Everything is the same, so as far as our time
with the kids, because we love spending so much time
with the kids.

Speaker 1 (49:00):
We got we got a new horse.

Speaker 12 (49:02):
Well, Princess's horse had a baby, Cody, my horse buddy.
He's like a real g got the white socks, big
like bossy horse.

Speaker 1 (49:11):
And then she got dreamed.

Speaker 12 (49:12):
I mean, we see the horses every day, we take
the kids to school, we bring some one of the
new shows.

Speaker 1 (49:17):
We're gonna connect use you were so devoted into trying
to make it happen.

Speaker 12 (49:22):
I think that's a question that you know, Princess would
have to answer. But whatever she wants to do to
be happy, I'm gonna support that. But it doesn't stop
me from continuing to be oversupported for her and the kids,
you know, And and I do that after kindness of
what I what I know I should do, like what
the higher power is telling me to do, and just
what my mind wants to do. Like that's all I

(49:44):
want to do is to make sure they're straight. When
they good, then I can go turn up. I'm cool
with that too.

Speaker 1 (49:49):
Different it wasn't for you to get to this to
this place. It's tough. Man, Like, maybe eleven like twelve months,
are you still dealing with that?

Speaker 11 (49:58):
Still?

Speaker 12 (49:59):
I do hearing from there, but it's not the same
because I'm just so used to being by myself now.

Speaker 7 (50:05):
But you don't have to stop talking to ray J
Like he's a victim.

Speaker 1 (50:08):
But we're just asking him. You have to stop talking
to Ricky. He's like he's a victim.

Speaker 7 (50:13):
Right, A lot of the things that have happened.

Speaker 8 (50:15):
Nobody ever feel bad for me because a lot of
things that have happened to your self inflicted. We've had
these conversations a million times. Yeah, but I'm just we
just all those things were going to happen.

Speaker 1 (50:23):
I talked to my therapist and she don't listen to me.

Speaker 6 (50:26):
You just go she's probably tired of hearing.

Speaker 1 (50:28):
Probably just like just said, she's tired of hearing the
same thing. I felt like she was daydreaming. She was
very dreaming.

Speaker 4 (50:34):
I never thought of that, so Ray So so now
that you're dealing with he said, it took eleven twelve months.

Speaker 1 (50:40):
So what about if you get into a situation where
she moves on and she startsting. That's what No, No, no,
that's what I plan for. I want that, That's what.

Speaker 13 (50:49):
I mean.

Speaker 1 (50:50):
That's not prepared for. Yeah.

Speaker 12 (50:52):
Just and you know, whatever whatever is in front of us,
I'm going to deal with it. And I love her
and whoever she's with. You know, I'm I'm not gonna
I love her and I want to make sure she's
always good to yourself. No, I'm just I was gonna
say I'm gonna love to get you that I'm not
exactly I was lying, but I stopped myself.

Speaker 1 (51:13):
Have just with the mess coming up, I stop myself.

Speaker 12 (51:16):
To all the women out there that that are in
a co parenting situation, you know, do it right, because
I love where me and Princess sorry with cold parenting
and spending time, and I love her with from the
bottom of my heart.

Speaker 1 (51:29):
That's amazing.

Speaker 13 (51:29):
Yep.

Speaker 1 (51:30):
Just for the message next, We'll get to it when
we get there. All right, we'll be back. It's the Breakfast.
Good Morning. Ray J's guest co hosted.

Speaker 8 (51:38):
My Good Sister, Jazz fly Man. Her anniversary of her
death was a couple of days ago.

Speaker 7 (51:43):
Your ass down.

Speaker 1 (51:48):
You just feel like that because your stomach bigger. He
was he was looking pregnant. Last time you was saying,
you know you're getting too much money. Let's let's get
to just with the mess.

Speaker 6 (52:00):
To Robert Moore, just don't do no line, don't don't nobody.

Speaker 1 (52:08):
Why jet World. While on the Breakfast Club, she's the
coaches ship.

Speaker 15 (52:14):
She was able to get y'all to see something and
understand something.

Speaker 9 (52:19):
That nobody could get you to see this time to
set it off, all.

Speaker 6 (52:23):
Right, Ray, So now we're gonna unpack your uh previous
previous interview.

Speaker 1 (52:28):
I wanted to talk about what happened with Lamel. You
had some things to say about that. Yeah, she's one
of our She's like the first lady that really came
in and supported Tryna Believe from the beginning. But then
you take her from Zeus because she was at Zeus Network.
You can't take somebody from somewhere that you like. Pretty
much gave him the sauce. Zeus was on his last leg.

(52:50):
Lemme and I talked. I didn't know what it was,
but I had a good idea. We did the conversation
Princess and I and gave him the best show you
ever had. Radies went crazy.

Speaker 12 (53:00):
Princess and I what urbage, what a what a professional
way to keep the senter? Me and Princess is cool.
Princess and I, that's just proper grammar.

Speaker 1 (53:11):
I know, that's what I'm saying.

Speaker 12 (53:12):
Shout out to proper grammar, what you're supposed to do. No,
that's not what you don't have to there's the boys.
So me and princes when and Princess sound better in
the boardroom meeting. But Princess and I don't know where
that came from.

Speaker 1 (53:24):
The point you're not getting at right now. I just
shocked myself sometimes.

Speaker 6 (53:27):
What happened between you and Lamel before you guys got
called you guys cool?

Speaker 13 (53:31):
Right now?

Speaker 12 (53:32):
I mean I'm not cool, But I don't want to
like dwell on it too much because you know, when
people have been in this digital world of OTT like
we've dominated in hardware and in digital hardware promotion and
shout out to like verituone and all of the companies
that help break on build.

Speaker 1 (53:50):
But now that I'm done, now I have the liquidity
I need to go up.

Speaker 13 (53:54):
This is just a it's just a.

Speaker 1 (53:57):
It's not competition.

Speaker 12 (53:58):
But I don't like when we but are doing people
wrong and making them do shows for certain things that
they shouldn't and then.

Speaker 7 (54:04):
You have no room to talk.

Speaker 8 (54:05):
And I think that you were hating on what's your name,
Lamel because you were just trying to get tronics popping,
getting your fifty cent on tell the truth.

Speaker 1 (54:15):
You helped start ze right a little trolly. I know that,
I know you started.

Speaker 12 (54:19):
I was in here, like like what he put out
the disc calling me, hey bookie, all at boogie.

Speaker 1 (54:26):
You didn't see his response? Yeah, I didn't see no,
Hey Bookie, Hey Bookie.

Speaker 12 (54:30):
Okay, it's up there calling me hey boogie, all at
when he's here, you mac because you ain't getting this Like, yeah,
you mad because you ain't over here getting zoos check
somee I'm like, how am I not getting zoos checks?
You just sent me a check. We gave you every
show you have. We got equity in every show, the
biggest shows you got. I'm not trying to hate on somebody.
I just don't like when people are putting these women

(54:52):
in situations where you have no.

Speaker 7 (54:53):
Room to talk.

Speaker 8 (54:54):
We've seen your content, okay, I like that. I like
that you got paraplegics with no But let me ask
you a question, and this is what in that bottle?

Speaker 6 (55:06):
This is as like yellow. Oh okay, it's a new one.

Speaker 1 (55:15):
So let me ask you a question. Both of you
guys are in the same space. Why do you have
to beef?

Speaker 4 (55:19):
And we see it all the time and wh when
one brother gets in the space, another brother jumps into
the space and your beef where we see other people
get in the same space and they do things together.

Speaker 12 (55:28):
I think that a friendly competitive match between anybody you know,
shooting for the same goal is very healthy. Like whether
you're a singer or a rapper or whatever, the minute
you have an altercation or beef for somebody that's that's
in a competition with you, and it immediately ignites you
to become greater, right, right, So I think there's healthy

(55:49):
in any situation. I don't think anything is online every
day that's that you want to see that don't have.
I don't want I don't want him to cut the
breakfast left off.

Speaker 1 (56:00):
Huh on I g s this is but this is
what I'm like. I agree with you.

Speaker 4 (56:06):
Competition, right, Competition is cool. We can all have competition.
But then when, like Charlotte said, once you meet to him,
it's not competition anymore. You're trying to destroy.

Speaker 8 (56:15):
Him, especially just doing it because you're trying to get
your network popping right reason, that would be foul, Yes,
that would be It would.

Speaker 12 (56:24):
Be inhumane, and it would be something that my mom
and dad wouldn't be proud of me doing. These are facts.
I have the footage. I have a lot of stuff
he's been doing. Now it's now, it's now. It's time
to do what we're doing now, and that's legally do
the right thing, right. I said my piece. I showed
the homie Antonio, who's one of my creative directors and

(56:45):
partners of Tronics, beating his ass but disrespecting his wife.

Speaker 1 (56:49):
You can see it. Let's cut to the clip, but
let me getting his ass beat almost. Look, let's go
to the clip. I know it is a clip. So
what's going on with your entire Why don't you want
to be in the studio? You can't curse? No more,
no more cursing, fear if you listen, I'm sorry, love.

(57:10):
Don't you want to be in the studio with Tiger?
Is a very beautiful one.

Speaker 5 (57:13):
This is Rachel Well.

Speaker 12 (57:14):
I want to be why I don't care about Tiger?
Tiger's cool, Yeah he's cool, than he's not cool.

Speaker 8 (57:19):
I don't care what he did. He did he slander
or tiger on club. All right, you're getting donkey to
day now. You said you want to give yourself donk
here to day. Now you're giving yourself donkey to day
because you say you want to do radio, but that
you want to hear cursing one hundred my power like
you've never been up there before.

Speaker 1 (57:36):
Like what you say? Everything I love. I'm not doing it.
All right, we'll be back Donkey of the days up
next to the breakfast club. Good morning, you're checking out
the breakfast club. Damn, but he hogged? Do I mean
trying to be donkey today?

Speaker 20 (57:56):
No more?

Speaker 8 (57:56):
They should be embarrassed by what they already did. I'm
not making these people do these days.

Speaker 1 (58:00):
Called Donkey of the day and it really caught me
off guard.

Speaker 6 (58:03):
Damn Charlamaine, who got the donkey out of the day today?

Speaker 8 (58:08):
Well, Jess hilarious donkey today for Tuesday, June eleventh, cause
to Willie ray Norwood Junior, commonly known as ray J.
Now this wasn't my idea, it was ray J's. If
you follow the parron of ray J, he likes to
go to other platforms. Saluta Shannon Sharp and Club Shay
Shay Saluta, Jason Lee and Hollywood and Lockdrop one the
clues bombs for both of them. Ray J went on
both those platforms, tore things up, made a complete mess,

(58:30):
and then comes here to the Breakfast.

Speaker 1 (58:31):
Club to try to clean it up. Budd, he just
makes more of a mess.

Speaker 8 (58:34):
Okay, ray J is the prime example of if you
find yourself in a hole, stop digging. And that's because
digging a hole makes it deeper and therefore harder to
get out of. Now, ray J, why do you deserve
donkey today? I have a list, but I want to
hear what type of accountability you take for yourself?

Speaker 7 (58:48):
But I do have a list.

Speaker 1 (58:49):
Go ahead to the other statement you make. That's what
she told me last night.

Speaker 5 (58:52):
But what did.

Speaker 1 (58:56):
That's not a good thing. That was a good joke,
but that's not a good thing. You laugh, You chuckled,
But can you do laugh? Because if you ain't had
nothing else to give, sometimes it's all you got. He
tapped out exactly.

Speaker 12 (59:08):
So I'm working on So first off, I'm working on
my Richer Pryor Comedy special.

Speaker 8 (59:12):
All right, okay, you're gonna die somebody, What are you doing.

(59:33):
That's why you gotta stop drinking that nonsense early.

Speaker 5 (59:36):
Bro.

Speaker 7 (59:37):
Okay, can I get a first day person?

Speaker 5 (59:39):
Can I get.

Speaker 1 (59:42):
I've got a mess? This strong? Okay?

Speaker 7 (59:44):
Now, why are you giving yourself donkey today?

Speaker 12 (59:46):
First, I'm gonna apologize if I said any curse words,
and I'm won't do it again.

Speaker 1 (59:49):
I'm paying attention to Okay, Okay. So here's what it is.
I call myself donkey of to day because of the
stuff like what I'm doing right now. All right, you
can't help yourself.

Speaker 11 (59:59):
You're you.

Speaker 1 (01:00:00):
And I don't like that because every time I've come
on to a show lately club excuse me.

Speaker 7 (01:00:09):
It hasn't been lately.

Speaker 1 (01:00:11):
I tell my kids to say excuse me all the
time too, Shay Shay and Jason shout out to Jason,
you're a mess. I came on there with professionalism and
I said, let's just have a boring interview, and then
I saw the like everything online. I thought it wasn't
like that. I think, now I'm here and I'm burning

(01:00:31):
and I'm you're just car and I'm like doing it
to see roll at the same time, like this ain't.

Speaker 8 (01:00:37):
Cool, bro, you should get donkey today for constantly talking
about Kim kardash I never talked about her, you know.

Speaker 1 (01:00:45):
I did not When everyone ask you, you should just
say no comment.

Speaker 7 (01:00:48):
I don't want to talk my past.

Speaker 1 (01:00:50):
But why are you doing me?

Speaker 14 (01:00:51):
Then?

Speaker 1 (01:00:52):
Because because I'm in trouble with you. Now that you
did this, you.

Speaker 7 (01:00:56):
Should get done.

Speaker 1 (01:00:57):
But I'm saying you should get a donkey.

Speaker 8 (01:00:58):
For constantly bringing up Brandy and Monica coming together to
do it toward knowing that Monica and brand you don't
like that, okay. Constantly having to apologize for the things
you say in interviews as if you don't know yourself.

Speaker 1 (01:01:11):
All you have to do is stop drinking before interviews.
Ray stopped smoking and you won't have these problems. I
never smoked the sativa blunt in twenty five years.

Speaker 7 (01:01:19):
I can't tell.

Speaker 1 (01:01:21):
So, yes, Brandy and Monica, you right shouting, man, I
won't do that again.

Speaker 7 (01:01:26):
Brady just got on your ass a couple of days ago.

Speaker 1 (01:01:29):
Yeah, and then and then what was the one before that?

Speaker 8 (01:01:32):
Constantly having to apologize for the things you say in
interviews as if you don't know yourself.

Speaker 1 (01:01:36):
You know yourself.

Speaker 12 (01:01:37):
Who did I apologize to? I apologize to all you guys,
s if you are in my family. Yeah, okay, And
I'm gonna always make sure that you guys feel like
I'm at my most humblest moment and energy now when
I'm on the mic and when people listening. I tried
to be chill and tried to be inspirational, and I
got everything came back like I said, Okay, I mean you.

Speaker 1 (01:01:57):
Know whereas where is ray?

Speaker 7 (01:01:58):
J Okay?

Speaker 1 (01:02:00):
Do I do it with that?

Speaker 12 (01:02:00):
What I could have came up here and told you
guys about ebit the numbers and where I'm doing in
the next five years of the productions and and.

Speaker 1 (01:02:08):
But what other self accountability driving to school or driving
to them?

Speaker 8 (01:02:13):
That's not true, that's not true. Absolutely, what other self
accountability are you going to take?

Speaker 1 (01:02:20):
I'm also going to take accountability on.

Speaker 8 (01:02:23):
Flying flying private all the time, wasting money knowing that
you have gone broke before.

Speaker 12 (01:02:27):
Yeah no, I'm telling you I've been going broke over
and over and over, and that's stupid. You're right, But lately,
like the like the latest broke, you know, it really
like inspired me, like really like work harder because my
back was up against the wall.

Speaker 1 (01:02:41):
You know, insanity is doing the same thing over and
over expecting different results, right exactly, And so I called
mind race sanity, race sanity.

Speaker 8 (01:02:50):
Pretending to buy a Safaria car. All right, that's Donkey Today,
were pretending to buy Safaria car.

Speaker 1 (01:02:58):
I asked him that. He said he was going to
FaceTime answer. So here's the thing, all right, So when
I when this is for real? What happens?

Speaker 8 (01:03:05):
What do we do?

Speaker 1 (01:03:05):
Are you guys gonna believe everything else? In the back?
Curse it again?

Speaker 8 (01:03:09):
You get Donkey of Today drinking syrup at eight o'clock
in the morning.

Speaker 1 (01:03:13):
You get Donkey of Today done hating.

Speaker 8 (01:03:16):
On Lamel, Plumber and the Zoos network just to get
your network popping.

Speaker 1 (01:03:19):
She gets you Donkey of Today. Am I missing anything?

Speaker 9 (01:03:24):
You know?

Speaker 12 (01:03:25):
You definitely do Donkey Today for the Zoo's thing, just
because I like the Donkey Today for that.

Speaker 1 (01:03:31):
Okay, there's a bigger play. Thank you for that, Charlamagne,
I was a real dope.

Speaker 12 (01:03:35):
What else I get Donkey of Today for not keeping
it real or speaking on Monaka and Brandy to That's
that's another Donkey he.

Speaker 1 (01:03:53):
Right, you got that sample?

Speaker 13 (01:03:54):
Right?

Speaker 5 (01:03:54):
Save it.

Speaker 1 (01:03:55):
Let's do it in for another like for our own
original like sound. We don't have to play for that
one any and then so that's that donkey. The third donkey.

Speaker 7 (01:04:04):
Would be there was a lot.

Speaker 1 (01:04:05):
I don't remember. I had fifteen donkeys.

Speaker 7 (01:04:08):
You deserved them, all of them.

Speaker 12 (01:04:10):
Yes, you said one about I was acting like something.
What I was hating on somebody? Lamel Yeah, I would
never hate on I would never hate on Lemmy.

Speaker 1 (01:04:23):
You said you did.

Speaker 7 (01:04:23):
You just said you did.

Speaker 1 (01:04:25):
I did, okay, So I did? Okay, I don't care.
I don't care. How about that.

Speaker 8 (01:04:32):
You're gonna have a mean case of bubble guts he
might have right between that Starbucks between that, sirp and
you're forty three years old.

Speaker 7 (01:04:40):
You're too old for.

Speaker 5 (01:04:41):
All of that.

Speaker 1 (01:04:42):
You're too old for all of this.

Speaker 7 (01:04:44):
Rate We known each other for over twenty years. To
stop you a mess.

Speaker 12 (01:04:50):
Remember when you misunderstood when I was doing something on
tag and I was like, Yo, I'm calling all the
women out hangouts with me for the weekend on.

Speaker 1 (01:04:57):
A two black men. Get right, This is why we
need this man out of control mess. Ye're absolutely right.
I mean about Terry said what he was Just how
did you go there?

Speaker 7 (01:05:17):
We were just talking about some use.

Speaker 12 (01:05:18):
Let get the big yo yo shout out to remy Ma,
you're looking Damn. I was crazy how you said what
I was. But she's a good person. I'm working on
my comedy, so I'm promoting my comedy special. I'm promoting
the Neutronics Network. I'm doing comedy. I want you to
be a part of it. I want you and I

(01:05:39):
want you to be a.

Speaker 7 (01:05:40):
Part of it. It's starting out to be funny. Ray No, no,
this is not that.

Speaker 1 (01:05:43):
It's a little messy doing it. Told me that too.

Speaker 7 (01:05:47):
It's a little messy. It's starting to look like a little.

Speaker 1 (01:05:49):
Fish going to be a part of it? Did I
do messy? I'll just tell me one thing so I
can make adjustments.

Speaker 6 (01:05:55):
Do you have like a therapist? Do you have somebody
that a therapist? I feel like you're fighting out of things.

Speaker 1 (01:06:00):
I'm not a therapist. But she she don't she All
she do is listen to me.

Speaker 7 (01:06:04):
That's what she's supposed to do.

Speaker 12 (01:06:05):
So I'm getting anot of her. She's not telling me
what I should do wrong or right. She just got okay,
And then after I'm done talking, she's like artist.

Speaker 8 (01:06:13):
You're very self aware. You know what you're doing wrong.
You're trying to escape something.

Speaker 12 (01:06:16):
But does anything know what I'm saying is, does anybody
therapist say something to them?

Speaker 1 (01:06:21):
Yes, persition to So maybe I'll hire like a listener.
Then you.

Speaker 5 (01:06:29):
Her.

Speaker 1 (01:06:30):
I know, I walk inside of a professional. We'll be
right back.

Speaker 4 (01:06:33):
We gotta go, We gott'll be right back when we
come back. Skal A Baby and Rob fort nine is
going to be joining us. They're on tour right now.
Voches Eat the Most Toy you up on skill a
Baby and Rode full nine.

Speaker 1 (01:06:42):
Ra Bill's got to be paid. But all you're up
on those artists all the way up. You have no
idea what we're talking about. I'm old.

Speaker 4 (01:06:52):
Baby, I'm blacky. Rob fort nine is from New Orleans
and we're gonna talk to the movie. Oh my goodness,
it's the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 1 (01:07:00):
Good morning, the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 10 (01:07:04):
Morning.

Speaker 1 (01:07:05):
Everybody is the j n V.

Speaker 4 (01:07:07):
Jess hilarious, Cholamine to God. We are the Breakfast Club.
We got nlive with us today and we got some
special guests in the building. We got Skiller Baby and
Rob four nine. Welcome, fellas.

Speaker 1 (01:07:17):
What are y'all feelings? Vouches eat the Most Tall? Yes,
explain that title, man, I like that title.

Speaker 5 (01:07:24):
We Eat the Most and I'm vulture. So we just
was playing one day on the song and said, that's
just what we want with Well, you so New Orleans.

Speaker 1 (01:07:31):
Ay, I can hear it in your voice, get away
from me? And how do you how'd y'all get together?
You from Detroit, you from New Orleans? How'd you y'all
link up to do this together?

Speaker 21 (01:07:41):
We're on the same label, so uh, A lot of
people have been trying to get me with Rob you know,
he was in the industry and stuff before me, but
then somehow we connected. I think we're doing Madden. I
think we were doing something Madden for Intersculpture. Was just
doing a bunch of songs for the man and soundtrack,
and then we just hit off. Every soon every time

(01:08:04):
everybody keep bucking us the same, putting us on the
same song.

Speaker 13 (01:08:07):
We just got it popping like that for real.

Speaker 9 (01:08:10):
Since I did see that, you guys literally are headlining everything,
even prior to doing y'all own tour together.

Speaker 1 (01:08:15):
But it's cool to see you guys do this.

Speaker 9 (01:08:17):
Are we gonna get a combined project because obviously the
records are ringing off, but.

Speaker 1 (01:08:23):
Yeah, tape, yeah, of course we got it.

Speaker 21 (01:08:25):
We got like Morgan the tapework for me. We always
work every time were in the same city, so we
got a lot of good music.

Speaker 5 (01:08:32):
You know, there's just been timing like hell drop his
so I gotta drop my.

Speaker 1 (01:08:36):
So, like we just gotta make it fit, Like for real,
what made y'all mess though?

Speaker 8 (01:08:40):
I mean just because y'all rappers on the same label,
don't mean that y'all don't have the same energy, Like
what was the connection?

Speaker 5 (01:08:45):
Probably like not looking for connection. It wasn't even know
all that, Bro, you know what I'm saying. If we don't,
we just not gonna do nothing together.

Speaker 21 (01:08:52):
I think it's just hard to find people. Like I've
been said that people just want to see you jeniorly win,
Like it's so competitive, like in a competitive sport. I
don't feel like I gotta compete with Bro, like I
don't feel like he feels like you gotta compete with me.

Speaker 13 (01:09:06):
Like we know we win.

Speaker 21 (01:09:07):
So it's like we ain't trying to Like when we
get on a song, we jabbing at each other for show,
like he say some hard.

Speaker 13 (01:09:14):
I'm be like, man, I gotta go, you feel me.

Speaker 21 (01:09:17):
I think it's more iron sharp and iron man us
trying to be competitors you.

Speaker 4 (01:09:21):
Know, let's talk about the emergence of Detroit, right are
Detroit ally's starting to ask with each other, meaning making
music with each other. Because I know one time it
was so you on your side, I'm on this side,
we on this side, we on that side. But all
they starting to make records together, doing things together.

Speaker 21 (01:09:34):
Everybody been messing with each other behind closed doors to
just be like certain people be feeling like they can't
be seeing around certain people and stuff like that. You
know how that'd be a politics type of stuff, but
that happened in every city. Our city is just more
realistic on the like the real street side, so it'd
be like a lot of streets stuff going on blush,

(01:09:55):
so it be like stuff you can't come back from.
So you know, certain people mess with certain people that
gotta stay over there.

Speaker 8 (01:10:01):
You feel like you ever got to clean it up
a little bit skilled because I saw you say one
time that the music industry is it's heavily popularity based.
But it seems like the more artists become popular and
they start to do more of the commercial sound in music,
or they compromise their costicity a little bit.

Speaker 21 (01:10:17):
It's basically like when I was when I was like
more independent, like and I wasn't on the label. I
could do whatever I want. Now I gotta do what sell,
you know, So I gotta go lean more towards the
girls because this is what's selling. This what's gonna bring
in plaques. You won't you won't sell on the label.
You getting dropped your money. You ain't getting no more money.
So it's like I want to I want to be

(01:10:38):
for the streets. I want to wrap my life. I
want to feel me. But this is what sales. It's
not about what you want to do. It's not what
Rob want to put out. It's not what it's what
the people want Rob to put out.

Speaker 13 (01:10:51):
He gotta do that.

Speaker 21 (01:10:52):
I'm pretty sure he got some songs where he want
to say after world and everything, but he can't do
that because he knows.

Speaker 13 (01:11:00):
Rob know what's ver him. He never bring your place?

Speaker 1 (01:11:03):
Do you enjoy the records like they?

Speaker 9 (01:11:05):
And Mama?

Speaker 1 (01:11:06):
Not for real?

Speaker 13 (01:11:07):
They ain't even.

Speaker 5 (01:11:12):
We first made Mama. Mama was hard. We first made
it because we wasn't looking for no girl song. It
was just was just popping it.

Speaker 21 (01:11:19):
I'm gonna tell you at the time, I'm gonna tell
you what was crazy about Mama. I did that to
make fun of him. What you mean, like he just
the whole day, the whole day look boom. We had
the BET Awards, so we called rob I'm talking to
the full. I'm like say, I'm trying to talk like
him and stuff, boom.

Speaker 1 (01:11:41):
The whole day.

Speaker 13 (01:11:41):
We just get to doing that. Were like rob By
to pull up to the studio. We do my man.

Speaker 21 (01:11:46):
I keep saying, all right, because that's what he'd be doing.
And then I didn't even you feel me. I'm like,
this is just you feel me? They like this hard
you feel me?

Speaker 1 (01:11:56):
We just didn't even expect that was just playing. Nobody
else knew it was a hit be for us though.

Speaker 2 (01:12:02):
Na.

Speaker 5 (01:12:02):
That's the fact. When they pulled it up, I led
my brother like this ahead, like damn.

Speaker 13 (01:12:07):
I wasn't like we wouldn't had no plans on putting
in it out. They knew it was a hit on.

Speaker 1 (01:12:11):
Did y'all decide y'all wanted to like take rap staries?

Speaker 8 (01:12:14):
I think I read somewhere roub that you you went
into the National Guard, Yeah, and you was gonna go
into the nursing school.

Speaker 5 (01:12:18):
Yeah.

Speaker 7 (01:12:19):
What made you not want to do that?

Speaker 5 (01:12:20):
Rap I was just failing, bro as simple as that,
just feeling, and I'm like, man, I can't be one
of these going back to the project like and sitting
on the block over there again, like I can't do that.
My partner had a studio, my brother was rapping. I
went down and wrote a rap one day. He like, man,
it's crazy. I was the one really like you know

(01:12:41):
what I'm saying, and he's like, man, we're gonna just
keep running with you. And that was that damn drop.

Speaker 21 (01:12:46):
I was just hot taking rap serious. I think I
used to be running around with side of the Baby
a lot. That's like my big brother. I seen him
making all the money off, and I'm.

Speaker 13 (01:12:55):
Like, I could do that too.

Speaker 21 (01:12:56):
I was already rapping like everybody in Detroit rap, but
you don't see people be successful with it. A lot
of people, like y'all said, started going being successful with
it at once, like one time. So it's just like
and then like for the longest they had Detroit as
a certain sound, and now it's like everybody got different sounds.
So I think that's like connected with other artists seeing

(01:13:17):
what works and doing all that type of stuff, and
people developed their own sound. But for the longest, people
didn't rock with us because they felt like we raped
fast and the beats was just too gritty. And we're
talking about a whole bunch of foolishness. But you know,
everybody making songs. Now you got these and people like
Babyface Ray they sound totally different, but they messed good together.

(01:13:37):
So all the type of people in the city. So
that just made me want to go harder just seeing
other people. Rob, did you smash one of the Loyatti's girls.
The reason why because I seen him in the video.
He was he said he wanted you to mention it,
and he's waiting for you to mention it in a song.

Speaker 7 (01:13:54):
Dang, I got a whole guy, friend, Rob, don't put
that on.

Speaker 1 (01:14:04):
Being serious. To put that on me, I gotta go.

Speaker 15 (01:14:09):
Do that.

Speaker 1 (01:14:10):
Yeah, play too much, don't do that being serious. Yeah, no,
I assumed it wasn't current or recent. Ied the man
said he got a girl walking.

Speaker 8 (01:14:27):
So it's no need for me to ask you about
these missions. I heard you got to take the minies
to little people.

Speaker 1 (01:14:32):
Little people.

Speaker 7 (01:14:39):
Holding the little mission in the video.

Speaker 5 (01:14:41):
That's just what they wanted to put a picture of
me out there.

Speaker 7 (01:14:44):
You know what, I'm saying, yeah, he held the mission too.

Speaker 9 (01:14:47):
Bro.

Speaker 1 (01:14:48):
They call little people man, listen you taller. They wanted
more talk about it.

Speaker 5 (01:14:54):
I'm holding the mane like a baby. He holds upside down.
So I don't know Pro played a part in it,
you know what I'm saying.

Speaker 4 (01:15:02):
But nah, all we got more with Skiller Baby and
Rob for nine when we come back, don't move.

Speaker 1 (01:15:06):
It's to Breakfast Club. Good morning morning everybody.

Speaker 4 (01:15:08):
It's DJ Envy, Jesse, Hilari, Charlamagne the guy we are
the Breakfast Club is still kicking it with Skill a
Baby and Rob for nine Charlamne Rob.

Speaker 8 (01:15:16):
How the old jes embraced you in your city like
the Wayne's and the bird Man folks like that.

Speaker 5 (01:15:21):
They adn'tbrace me when I first, before I even got
known I had since I final that was the big
one in my city. I told you I've been I've
been him before, like my daddy was him. Like you
know what I'm saying. Berman was the first person tried.

Speaker 1 (01:15:35):
To sign a matter of fact, why did you do
that one?

Speaker 5 (01:15:37):
At the time it was getting evicted and Barry Man
like you know here history and too much later I
couldn't do that, like because we was on the U haul.
Like you knowe what I'm saying. Yeah, I just took
the first check came. I really ain't capt he needed
that to get out.

Speaker 8 (01:15:50):
You You wasn't you would have preferred to do that, possibly,
but it was just Oh so that was a dream
signing something for sure.

Speaker 5 (01:15:57):
Yeah, I wanted to sign a bird man. But if
I sign a bird Man, when I'm moving back to
the trench, I'm like, bird man probably even come back
and get me, cause probably something going to happen by
the time he come back, you know what I'm saying.
So I just had to go with it.

Speaker 8 (01:16:10):
I see you keep you keep your family around, and
keep your family very cool for sure. Everybody got a
job in your operation.

Speaker 5 (01:16:16):
My sister to kill, my money, my child, my mom's booking,
my brother coming everywhere with me, like move with my daddy.
Got everything, like everything, my family. I don't really be
trusing people.

Speaker 1 (01:16:27):
That's beautiful, that's the way to do.

Speaker 21 (01:16:29):
I mean, my my family, I just keep them out
the way. I'll be having so much going on, you
feel me. I make sure all my business stress. I
got account and saw that I'm hands on. I got assistant,
my manager, stay with me. And that's just what it
is for me. My family, I got, like just immediate family,
my sister, I just put them up. I just I

(01:16:51):
don't want them to be around music like it's not
I try that, Bro, I don't see you are strong
one Like, I just can't have them around. It is
so so many people be trying to put so many
players and stuff like that, and I know how many.
And Rob is like he liked me, like he had
crash about this. Damn, I'll be outside a lot. Rob

(01:17:12):
would go to the studio and take care of his business.
Me I'm going to clubs and stuff like that. Rob,
he got his poor as system with him. They go
to the studio and go handle their business. Me I'm
a little bit more like it's newer than me. I'm fresher.
So it's be like I'm still doing stuff that I
ain't never did, Like no, I was in Starless till

(01:17:34):
five o'clock last night, just what I be on. Can't
have my sister around that type of stuff. It's just
too dangerous. Might not like me because of a girl
rappers around, envious Like I don't be on that. I
don't even hang with nobody if it ain't g herbo him, Like,
I don't really be on that twenty.

Speaker 7 (01:17:52):
Five you said you try to keep your family away, Rob, Yeah.

Speaker 5 (01:17:58):
I had like different manager, but there was the point
I had no manager and then my mom had just
stepped in. Like man, that's just what it is. It's
the point private page, Like I don't want nobody seeing
you or nothing.

Speaker 13 (01:18:10):
That's how I got that one.

Speaker 5 (01:18:11):
You got so much smoke, that's how you can see
may be having so much smoke. Like I don't want
nobody knowing nothing about me. Like I just told you
to go over that. Don't get a camera because that's
just how it be. Like you know what I'm saying.

Speaker 1 (01:18:24):
That's good. That's the way to protect your family.

Speaker 21 (01:18:26):
Yeah, if people people target what you love, they can't
really get at us, like feel me, like we got
security around, we got all type of stuff going on.
It's fifty around, Like they can't really get at us.
So somebody will target what you love. That so I
don't even post my mom nothing, like you don't even
do that, like, because it's just a certain way you
gotta move. People be weird, those stalkers, all types of stuff.

(01:18:49):
People just like to bother you you know, for no
reason and damn like where I'm from, Like, well, I
don't really be too like I'll be trying to stay
away from that because I know with my mind gonna
go and I'm gonna take it, so I just I'll
be off. I'll be trying to push peace. I stay
away from all that in my own.

Speaker 1 (01:19:09):
And it's all rooted and jealousy.

Speaker 9 (01:19:10):
And then.

Speaker 5 (01:19:12):
Girls, what girls every problem in as well with add
and another dude from a girl.

Speaker 7 (01:19:19):
That's why you're so faithful to you to your one exactly.

Speaker 9 (01:19:25):
You want to go public with your relationship. I said,
what made you want to go public with your relationship?

Speaker 5 (01:19:30):
I don't even think I really wanted public, Like I
didn't post him. Then I'm like, like I thought about
what we're talking about right now. I can't help like
because I don't want her to be feeling like not
ship outside girls she won't be like hell, it's not
like nothing wrong with them, like, but it's just like
I like a homebody, Like I don't know.

Speaker 1 (01:19:50):
I just said, true, man, you are right.

Speaker 5 (01:19:56):
But now because I got a song called home By,
they're gonna get on my ass all nah, But I
just like I just like the girl I fell in
love when I was nineteen, Like, I don't want her
turn to nothing different.

Speaker 1 (01:20:09):
That's wrong with that, being that y'all come from the trenches.

Speaker 8 (01:20:12):
Do y'all still feel like pressure to be a part
of the streets in y'all respective cities.

Speaker 5 (01:20:17):
Man, I was just thinking about this. I was talking
to my friend. I'm like, man, you got your own
stuff going on in your set, like, and I was
just like, man, I'm so tired of having to deal
with that, you know what I'm saying, as much as
you like, I got you know what I'm saying. It's
a point, brother, I got something. I'm happy, Like, I
just don't even want they'll broke, people broke, just hating

(01:20:39):
on it, Like I think I'm just over that. Like
even going back to the hood, Like I go back
to the hood like every now and then, but I'm
low key, like I don't really want I don't really
want to do it.

Speaker 7 (01:20:48):
I want to bring them with meat, like showing something
up and I go back there.

Speaker 1 (01:20:51):
Yeah, you know what I'm saying.

Speaker 7 (01:20:52):
You want to show them something different?

Speaker 5 (01:20:53):
Exactly. What's the point of keep going back to the hood?

Speaker 21 (01:20:57):
Yeah, just pointless told you IW way more mature than me.
I feel every time I go to this, it just
be like where I'm from, the streets is just a
big part of all culture, Like you feel me, we
don't got successful people like bird Man and stuff to
look up to and to stay like, yeah, they can

(01:21:19):
sign us. They ain't doing that where we're from, Like
they looking up the skill of baby like they're doing that.
Like so I can't not go back because it's like
it's just be like survivors remorse, Like it'd be a
bunch of kids I just gotta touch. I just sometimes
I go to the schools and just let them touch me,
Like I just go to you already.

Speaker 5 (01:21:39):
I did that, like when I devout you like I
went back to the hood. You're straight, Like what you
are right now is just like I'm like a year
ahead of it, a year and a half ahead of it.
So much that happened to him, I'm like, man, you
ain't gonna be here to go touch them.

Speaker 21 (01:21:52):
Kids, Like it's really what it is. I think like this,
I've been shot too. I got shot. I got shot
at right after that at the casino, Like i'd be
I'd be going through the same stuff it just be
like with these kids in Detroit, like y'all got some
traiters murder cap but we was the murder cab for
a minute.

Speaker 8 (01:22:11):
Two.

Speaker 21 (01:22:11):
It's like these kids like they they the same kids
everywhere in the world and the trenches, but it just
be like for me, it's different because like I be
feeling like I got to do it, Like I be
feeling like it's my job. I be feeling like I
just feel like and I know it's not like I
get my mama be on my ass about to you
gotta do it, but I be feeling like I gotta
do it, like you know. And a minute, I'm gonna

(01:22:32):
start booking y'all to come touch the kids like you
feel me Like that's just what I want for them
because they going through it so much like I went
through it. You went through it, so it'd be like
us going through that. I don't be wanting if I
could say one child, bro, I just do.

Speaker 7 (01:22:48):
It like I'll just do it.

Speaker 8 (01:22:49):
Don't let nobody be y'all off y'all path man, y'all
are two very focused brothers. Don't let nobody trick y'all
off the street. Y'all just keep doing keep doing what
y'all doing. Keep y'all first, stay humble, keep working, keep
your family clothes.

Speaker 7 (01:22:59):
Y'all gonna be alright.

Speaker 5 (01:23:00):
I appreciate you, appreciate you.

Speaker 4 (01:23:02):
Had the skull of baby. It's rob four nine, It's
the Breakfast Club. Good morning, the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 1 (01:23:09):
Let's jump right into Jess with the message, news is real.
Whether it's just Robber Moore, just don't do the lines,
don't do.

Speaker 9 (01:23:19):
Talk them.

Speaker 7 (01:23:22):
The world why jes worldwise?

Speaker 1 (01:23:26):
On the Breakfast Club, she's the coaches ship.

Speaker 15 (01:23:28):
She was able to get y'all to see something and
understand something.

Speaker 1 (01:23:32):
That nobody could get you to see this time to
set it off. Okay, So missing boy found.

Speaker 6 (01:23:38):
Last week, a fifteen year old named Tyrone Giles was
reported missing. The news of him going missing had everybody
in the community worried. Luckily, he ended up being found safe.
But I'm not so sure if he was happy about it.
After he was found, he dropped the distract towards his grandmother,
who was the one that reported him missing.

Speaker 13 (01:23:54):
In the first place.

Speaker 1 (01:23:55):
Did a disc Grandma's grandmother m yep, little Hawaii missing him?

Speaker 13 (01:23:59):
Stand?

Speaker 1 (01:24:00):
Is it called a little hoe or little little been
doing hosting.

Speaker 8 (01:24:06):
Other people, right, I think we all missed the Boondocks,
But I think God just made the world. He just said,
you know what, We're gonna make the world the boone Docks,
and you're gonna get your stories like that.

Speaker 1 (01:24:16):
He didn't distract it to his grandmama. His grandmother called
a little She must have made him madd some some
people's grandma have experienced that kind of life, and so
you know when you say that, they don't mind it
because they are really they can relate to it.

Speaker 7 (01:24:29):
Now you're saying, what's the next door?

Speaker 12 (01:24:31):
You mean if somebody like like blue Face Mama, they
talk to each other like in a different kind of way.

Speaker 1 (01:24:36):
For people that just joining us. Ray j is only
donut only donut mom, he called. He said, what's up? Blood?
To his mom, to his like, to his world, everybody,
you know what I'm saying. So I didn't mean anybody
like that. I know what I'm talking about.

Speaker 6 (01:24:48):
So the boys aren't made a statement saying that his
grandmother was taking care of him and his siblings for
most of his life. His mother wasn't president, and his
father provides some financial assistance. She also said, these kids
have been raised to be respectful and had a much
better life than and to have a much better life
than their mom could have ever given them. I know
he ran away after Easter, but because he wanted to

(01:25:10):
be grown, to have young girls sleeping over his grandmother's house,
and she wasn't having it. My mom is concerned for
his safety because he is aligning himself with the wrong
people and activities. But he's more concerned about getting the
internet clout by disrespecting his grandma and these kids are
just out of order, so she ran away him. Grandma
probably can't. Father's not there. It's just providing financially, and

(01:25:31):
the mom don't want him.

Speaker 1 (01:25:32):
So Yeah. Michael Raney Junr. Sexually assaulted on live.

Speaker 6 (01:25:38):
Yeah, Michael Raney Junior was recently on a live stream
with Tyler James.

Speaker 1 (01:25:44):
Yeah, he was. It's like a streaming thing, you know,
like one of those, but it wasn't kind somebody.

Speaker 14 (01:25:49):
It was.

Speaker 6 (01:25:53):
This is actually another show and a guy named Ta Ta.
Michael was visibly shot when's sister approke him and started
groping his penis, and it's other it's other younger kids
in the video and everything. You can actually see his face.
He's very, very shocked. Yep, he laughed it off, though
he looked very uncomfortable as he tried to laugh it off.
And then after that he left shortly, and he said

(01:26:16):
he went to Instagram once the video started making his rounds.
He went to Instagram. He said, at this point everyone
has seen the video circulating online.

Speaker 1 (01:26:23):
I'm still in.

Speaker 6 (01:26:23):
Shock and don't know fully how to process what happened
last night. This is an unfortunate situation that I do
not condone in any way. I can't take it lightly
because I know I would be in serious trouble if
the rules were reversed.

Speaker 1 (01:26:35):
And he is right.

Speaker 6 (01:26:36):
When he posted that, fifty Cent also said something. He said, wait,
sexual assault from a male perspective, this was an aggressive advance.
He's fine, no charges are being pressed. I don't care
about what fifty cent said. I definitely repressed charges. He
looked so uncomfortable. Yeah, and then his kids it's it's miners.
It's children in the video as well. So they must

(01:26:56):
have been his other little sisters. But her dumb ass
to be going to court because bitch, don't touch me.

Speaker 1 (01:27:01):
The little girl.

Speaker 6 (01:27:02):
It doesn't say, but the children they look maybe about three.
One looks four the other one looks six, no one
touching them, looks like she's a teenager.

Speaker 4 (01:27:11):
She looked I think in another bit it looked like
she was a little older than It don't matter, but
he's right here.

Speaker 6 (01:27:15):
Sexual sexual, absolutely, And that's why you can't go and
do everybody show. This was taking place in a house
and everything. Everybody can't be constant, not everybody, just you
can't beat Michael. Have to be careful where he goes.
He's still a very very important person. So yeah that
I had other stories, but they were still.

Speaker 13 (01:27:35):
Working on them.

Speaker 1 (01:27:36):
Re J has a young lady in here fanning him.

Speaker 12 (01:27:38):
That's his assistant. Oh yeah, the AC is down. I
don't want to mess with nobody. A C is like
probably at seventy two, I need mins except at sixty.

Speaker 1 (01:27:50):
All right, Well, thank you Jess for the mess. Oh man,
that mess was real messy, and I appreciate you for that.
No problem, you know, thank you for that.

Speaker 13 (01:27:57):
Ess.

Speaker 6 (01:27:58):
Okay, So look, this is the last or young Thug's
lawyer held in contempt of court, the yl Rico case.
It's still going on in child it gets ghetto. Well
it's still ghetto because it been ghetto. So apparently Young
Thug's lawyer was out in consentpt of court for calling
out the judge and other people were involved in the case.

Speaker 13 (01:28:14):
We've got the report.

Speaker 22 (01:28:15):
Explosive day in the YSL racketeering trial at the Fulton
County Courthouse, the prodriving judge held Young Thug's attorney, Brian
Steele in contempt. Cameras were rolling as attorney Steele removed
his jacket and got placed in custody. Shortly after lunch,
Steele approached the bench where he told Chief Superior Court
Judge Errol Glenville that he learned about a conversation between

(01:28:36):
the judge, prosecutors and witnesses, and Kenneth Copeland. When the
judge asked him how he learned about the conversation, Steele
refused to answer before storming out of the court room.
The judge told Steele he had five minutes to change
his mind or be held in contempt. When the judge returned,
Steele woods again refused to reveal how he learned about
what was discussed in the judge's private chambers in the

(01:28:58):
past half hour. Judge Glenville has a life still to
return to the courthouse, but the judge has given him
a five pm deadline to reveal his source or he
will remain in custoday.

Speaker 8 (01:29:08):
This has to be PowerBook three and has to be
executive producing the Young Thug trial.

Speaker 1 (01:29:14):
It's very crazy. So just to break down.

Speaker 4 (01:29:17):
Friday, a gentleman was supposed to testify and he said
he wanted to plead the fifth. Monday, the same person
decided to testify. But the lawyer found out that the judge,
the prosecutor, and the person that was going to testify
had a conversation before and he sorted to testify. That's
that's not leg I don't know if it's illegal, but

(01:29:37):
it's not ethical, right. So the lawyer was like, you
guys had a conversation with him. I mean you could
have cohersed him to talk. And the judge was like, well,
how did you know about that conversation? He said, I'm
not going to tell you. And now they you know,
remanded him and now he has to spend like ten
weeks in jail or something that. So, so the judge
is upset because the judge did something wrong. So he's
taking it out on the lawyer because the lawyer found
out correct, shouldn't the judge be removed from the case

(01:29:59):
of something like.

Speaker 1 (01:30:00):
That's what it sounds. Judge was like, how did you
find out about this conversation? He was like, I'm not
telling you. So the lawyer was sent.

Speaker 6 (01:30:09):
The lawyer was sent to spend twenty days and I'm
fulty counting jail served on weekends only, and he'll begin
serving the time this Friday June.

Speaker 1 (01:30:17):
So for the next ten weekends, the judge, the lawyer's
gonna be in jail. Why is this trial still going?
It sounds crazy? How is this not a mis trial already?

Speaker 8 (01:30:25):
Why is young Thug at least not out on bail
to Young Thud, Like, what do I don't see any
of these charges. I don't see I don't I don't
see any of these charges thicking. Just because this case
just seemed like so messy. The Boo Ducks seems like
an episode of The Boone Ducks.

Speaker 1 (01:30:38):
All right, yeah, thank you, Jess up. Next, we got
the People's Choice mixed.

Speaker 4 (01:30:42):
I gotta remind you guys, my call show goes down
August seventeenth in New Jersey. Ray j just told me
he's bringing his cause, he's bringing his family. So that's
August seventeenth of course of a family fun day. So
bring your cars, bring your kids, bring everything. Kids fiving
under a free is gonna be free haircuts for the kids.
It's gonna be backpacked than ridiculous. It's gonna be a
dope cautial family fund. Causial is what we like to

(01:31:03):
call it. So if you haven't got your tickets, we
have early bird tickets still available.

Speaker 1 (01:31:08):
And let's get to the mix. It's the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 16 (01:31:09):
Come on, wake up if you're like into the breakfast
Club morning.

Speaker 4 (01:31:14):
Everybody is j env just Hilarius, Charalamine the gud. We
are the breakfast Club, ray j youre still here?

Speaker 9 (01:31:19):
Have you better know that?

Speaker 1 (01:31:21):
And it's time to rep a gay a day. And
who we repping today? The gay that I'm selecting today
is not only an actor and singer. He is a survivor.

Speaker 6 (01:31:29):
In fact, it gives back money to Africa, Nigerians to
be specific. He is concerned about the youth as he
is all about kids napping in the Empire series. He's
a lion and even when his back is against the wall,
he's his natural lying instincts come out. This man jumps
so Saucy Concachet, he goes by Jesse Smelett, better known
as the Gay to You Part So Happy Pride Month,

(01:31:51):
Jesse Smilett.

Speaker 4 (01:31:53):
Onning, Everybody's DJ env Just hilarys Charlamagne, the gud We
are the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 1 (01:31:58):
Ray J is here. Ray J, we appreciate you for
joining us today.

Speaker 7 (01:32:02):
To subscribe to the Tronics Network.

Speaker 12 (01:32:03):
Make sure y'all subscribe to the trying to Network. The
Lincoln is in my bio. I really came to just
be with my friends because I love hanging out talking.
And then I didn't do no crazytronics.

Speaker 8 (01:32:12):
He came here because he made a mess on Club Sha.
He made a mess on Hollywood, and I didn't clean up.

Speaker 1 (01:32:16):
I didn't clean up.

Speaker 4 (01:32:17):
He definitely I think it got worse. But Ray, we
will tell you that we love you man, and we
know you're going through a lot of stuff in your life. Yeah,
but I'm I'm in a little I gotta take it
serious in a little pan. I'm but I'm overwhelmed with
what happening right.

Speaker 1 (01:32:30):
Because you got kids and we want to make sure
you're around for your kids.

Speaker 12 (01:32:33):
I know, but y'all, you know, you know you can
ask somebody, So I'm like you okay, I mean, like, man,
something wrong and then they go huh, like man, and
then they go like they don't mean for you, and
they don't mean to cry. It's just just you don't
mean they're being pressed yes to cry, and that's what
I felt a little bit.

Speaker 7 (01:32:49):
I say, I'm not pressing you. Listen.

Speaker 8 (01:32:52):
I want to tell everybody to this Friday, June fourteenth,
at seven pm, I'll be in l A. I'll be
at the Barnes and Noble at the Grove with the
good sister Amber Grimes. Amber Grimes has an amazing book
club made my book her book of the month.

Speaker 7 (01:33:06):
Go get your tickets.

Speaker 8 (01:33:07):
If you go to a big bright dot com right now,
it is a fire emoji and it says few tickets left.
So I'm just assuming that means it's a few tickets left.
So Friday, June fourteenth, seven pm, I'll be at the Grove,
Barnes and Noble.

Speaker 1 (01:33:19):
I'll see you this weekend, alright, l A, go toat
West Coast. We're so excited to see you. That's right.

Speaker 4 (01:33:26):
Yeah, And before you do your thing, your positive note,
I'm gonna be on the West Coast this this Friday
as well. It's the They call it the fall Back
and Love Comedy Jam, which is comedy and R and B.
And I'm actually gonna be with your sister, Brandy.

Speaker 1 (01:33:38):
That's in Vegas. That's in Vegas. It's Friday. He gonna
be in La. I'm gonna be in Vegas this Friday.
We're gonna all be there in spirit with each other.
Your sister invite you. I don't know if you invited. No,
I didn't even know she was doing it, but I
know Pleasure p and then was doing this, so they
invited me. But look, I love my sister.

Speaker 12 (01:33:52):
She she could do whatever. But are you guys going
to the BT Awards? No, Neil y'a don't want to
play in the big celebrity game down there?

Speaker 1 (01:33:59):
No, why not? It's BT. I love BG.

Speaker 7 (01:34:02):
I'll be out the country.

Speaker 1 (01:34:03):
Okay, that's good. I'll be with the family. Why don't
you bring the whole family and then you can coach
the other team. You coach one team, I coach the other.
Then Justice having a baby, I gotta be there for her.
But that's only she's seven months. I think it happens
in like nine right, yeah, babies coming nine months? Yeah,
So then I think that, y'all. I don't have any excuse.
I'm just not going to.

Speaker 12 (01:34:26):
I'm gonna say thank you to BT and Melitia and
Rob everybody up there. I love you guys, thank you,
thank you, Paramount Plus.

Speaker 1 (01:34:34):
All right, you got a positive.

Speaker 8 (01:34:36):
That's the positive. Notice simply this. Always remember I am
not what happened to me. I am what I choose
to become. You are not what happened to you. You
are what you choose to become. Have a blessed day.

Speaker 1 (01:34:47):
Period blood, I mean period. Blood is Christ breakfast club.

Speaker 13 (01:34:51):
You don't finish for y'all.

Speaker 7 (01:34:52):
Done

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