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

Speaker 2 (00:08):
Jes hilarious morning, Charlamagne to got peace to the planet.

Speaker 1 (00:12):
Is Monday good morning?

Speaker 3 (00:15):
Yes?

Speaker 1 (00:15):
Since Monday good morning? What is happening out there? How
y'all feeling back to the work week?

Speaker 4 (00:20):
Yes, yes, I.

Speaker 1 (00:20):
Am blessed Black and Holly favor having to be here
man another day to serve our beautiful listeners.

Speaker 5 (00:25):
Absolutely everybody I saw in La this weekend.

Speaker 1 (00:28):
Man, I was in La, you know because I had
a book signing at the Grove, but the Barnes and
Noble at the Grove on Friday, Man, so dropping the
clues Bud for all like La listens amazing time. Amber
Grimes was the moderator and we just had had had
a great time. I love being out there, just you know,
breaking bread with the people who who make who make
this thing move.

Speaker 2 (00:46):
That's right, you know, sleuts everybody on the West Coast.
I was out in Vegas over the weekend for the
fall Back in Love Comedy Jam, which was Bryson Tiller,
Brandy Pleasure, Pee, a bunch of people all as the comedy.
Oh they had comedy, DC, Young Fly, Little Duall, Michael
Blacks and Rit Michael's and I was d jail So
it was dope.

Speaker 5 (01:05):
It was just a great time.

Speaker 2 (01:06):
Then I ended up in North Carolina the Home for
Father's Day, which was amazing. We had a kickball game
for Father's Day. Nice kickball game. Yeah, yeah, yeah, we
actually want being a kickball game.

Speaker 5 (01:18):
My knees hurt out. I'm not gonna lie my knees hurt.

Speaker 6 (01:21):
You was playing?

Speaker 5 (01:22):
What you thought I was watching?

Speaker 4 (01:23):
Yeah, throw one of the kids that you got a
lot of kids to play.

Speaker 7 (01:28):
It was, oh, you was playing.

Speaker 5 (01:29):
I was playing.

Speaker 1 (01:31):
The best thing about Father's Day to justice point is
literally just being a father. Like there's really nothing I
want I need on Father's Day.

Speaker 5 (01:40):
I got. I got what I want to need being
a father. That's it. I had a good time. Ballecued
it up and that was it. What you do. Just
over the weekend.

Speaker 6 (01:46):
Father's Day to j I went to Baltimore clad I
went to Baltimore, I spent the time my grandmother, and
then shout out to Baltimore Pride.

Speaker 4 (01:57):
They did their thing, said Sannah came to the city.
They loved it. Sunsey had Baltimore ghetto is crap.

Speaker 5 (02:04):
It was outside. No, I wasn't.

Speaker 6 (02:06):
I was inside. They was outside. I just heard about it,
heard about it, right. I was in Baltimore, but I
was with my grandmother. But yeah, like the parades, it
was fine.

Speaker 4 (02:16):
Everything, you know. It was videos all over the place
got you. They shouted it out on the news, the
local news and everything like.

Speaker 6 (02:22):
Priv was a big thing. And it was peaceful. No,
no murders, no, you know, nothing happened.

Speaker 2 (02:28):
It was great, good, good, good charlamagne. What you do
for the weekend for Father's Day?

Speaker 5 (02:31):
Any day? No, I was flying back from LA. I
got laanded back in the afternoon. Though. It was cool.

Speaker 8 (02:37):
Nothing.

Speaker 3 (02:37):
I said.

Speaker 5 (02:38):
I don't need nothing for positive.

Speaker 1 (02:39):
I got everything I want for father Day, which is
my beautiful kids.

Speaker 4 (02:42):
What about that fight though, another Baltimore situation.

Speaker 1 (02:45):
I'm gonna cluse monster tanks playing on you gotta you
gotta laugh at Jess.

Speaker 2 (02:49):
The fight was Saturday night. Just gonna do a recap
Sunday afternoon. I'm like, Jess, did you just see the fight?

Speaker 8 (02:55):
Yes?

Speaker 6 (02:55):
I was asleep, Yo, y'all talk about basketball being late
and don't nobody care about y'all them boxing matches the
main events.

Speaker 1 (03:02):
Like the next day, I tell you what's so interested?
And I told you this yesterday I was. I was
in La on Saturday night watching the fight. Fight was over,
like nine o'clock, nine thirty.

Speaker 5 (03:11):
I was at dinner at.

Speaker 4 (03:14):
You in La.

Speaker 1 (03:15):
I was at dinner at nine thirty, drinking, you know,
drinking wine, eating food, discussing the fight.

Speaker 2 (03:20):
I was like, oh, okay, Jess did it full recap
Sunday afternoon, like the fight was just on for the
first time.

Speaker 4 (03:25):
Yeah, and everybody appreciated it.

Speaker 2 (03:27):
All right, Well, let's get the show crack and we
have Ryan Holiday joining us this morning. He has a
new book, right thing right now, Good Values, Good Character, Good.

Speaker 1 (03:35):
One of my favorite authors man. He wrote a book
that I recommend all the time. Ego is the Enemy,
he wrote An Obstacle is the way he wrote Discipline
his destiny. Fantastic writer.

Speaker 2 (03:44):
All right, and then, of course Morgan would for Front
Page News is up next to the breakfast Club. Good morning,
boom morning everybody. It's tj NV, Jess, Hilariy Charlamage the guy.
We are the breakfast Club. Let's get in some front
page news.

Speaker 9 (03:56):
Good morning Morgan, good morning, Happy Monday. Hey y'all good,
let's get into it.

Speaker 5 (04:03):
Yeah.

Speaker 9 (04:03):
So, the Biden Hairs campaign says it raised more than
thirty million dollars following a celebrity fundraiser on Saturday in
Los Angeles, California, marking the largest Democratic fundraiser in history.

Speaker 4 (04:15):
Now.

Speaker 9 (04:15):
Former President Obama was the among the headliners, with celebrities
including George Clooney, Julia Roberts, Jimmy Kimmel, Barbara Streisan, Jason Bateman,
Jack Black, and Shirley Ralph racing the stage.

Speaker 3 (04:26):
Now.

Speaker 9 (04:26):
Ticket prices ranged from two hundred and fifty dollars to
five hundred thousand dollars, and during the event, President Biden
criticized the conservative majority Supreme Court, calling them out of step.
Let's hear more from the President on Scotis.

Speaker 10 (04:40):
The next president is likely to have two new Supreme
Court nominees, two more, two more he's already appointed to
that had been very negative in terms of the rights
of individuals. The Supreme Court has never been as out
of kilder as it is today.

Speaker 1 (04:58):
They was a protesting by in his appearance in LA
I was out there like the folks that are protested.
I mean, I wasn't at the protest, but the folks
that are protesting his funding of you know, Israel's war
and Gadzla like so, so Biden better figure out how
to message to those folks who are against that war,
because that's gonna be a huge problem for him in November.
Those folks that organized in protests, they are strategically voting
uncommitted for him in primary. Then come November, I don't

(05:21):
know what's gonna make them flip that switch.

Speaker 9 (05:23):
Well, he warned that if former President Trump is elected,
he will appoint more justices flying flags upside down. And
now that's a reference to conservative Justice Samuel Alito, who's
been embroiled in controversy over political flags that have been
flown at his home, more specifically the Appeal to Heaven flag,
which was also carried by rioters on January sixth to

(05:43):
the Capitol. Now, Justice Clarence Thomas has also faced some
controversies for, you know, some of the gifts he received,
not to mention previous comments from his wife, but I'm
not gonna get too much into that. He's been asked
to recuse himself from such situations, blah blah blah. Moving on,
former President Trump is trying to reach out to black voters.

Speaker 4 (06:01):
He was in Detroit over the weekend.

Speaker 9 (06:02):
He spoke to a black black community leaders and headlined
an event on Saturday in Detroit where he told the
crowd elections are rigged.

Speaker 4 (06:11):
Let's hear from Trump.

Speaker 11 (06:12):
With the help of everyone here today, We're going to
win the state of Michigan this November.

Speaker 7 (06:16):
We're going to fire crooked Joe Biden.

Speaker 12 (06:20):
We are going to evictor Biden Prime family from the
White House, and we are going to make America great again.

Speaker 4 (06:28):
It's so corrupt the whole election process.

Speaker 11 (06:32):
And what we want to do is we ultimately want
to go to paper ballots, voter ID, one day voting.

Speaker 5 (06:41):
Yeah.

Speaker 9 (06:41):
So, he visited a black church on one eighty Church,
I Believe, where he joined a roundtable discussion about issues
affecting Black Americans. Pastor Lorenzo Sewell said that he was
humbled by the visit and also added that President Obama
never came to the hood to speak to the hood.
So Trump went on to say that Michigan was better
off when he was president. However, Michigan is a battleground state,

(07:05):
and in the last two elections in twenty twenty and
twenty sixteen, Democrats won Michigan, with twenty sixteen actually being
the closest margin in state's history. So Trump might actually
have some leeway there.

Speaker 1 (07:15):
But arey saying, how, like, don't just tell us things
were better when you were president? Tell us how things
were better, like you know, I listened to both of them,
you know, speak just now. Neither one of them is
talking about what they are going to do for people,
like Biden talking about what Trump is going to do
when he gets back in Trump is talking about how
you know, corrupt and rigged elections are. But neither one
of them is talking about what they're going to do
for actual people. That's what matters at the.

Speaker 5 (07:36):
End of the day.

Speaker 4 (07:37):
You right about that, And that brings me to my
next story.

Speaker 9 (07:39):
Trump and Biden, the your campaigns are arguing to new
rules for the first presidential debate of twenty twenty four.
Seeing n announced on Sunday that both candidates have agreed
to appear at a uniform podium with their positions determined
by a coin flip. Microphones will be turned off during
a ninety minute debate except when each candidate has their
turn to speak. Now there will be no studio audience,

(08:00):
which I think is great, and the networks. Jake Tapper
and Dana Bash will host the debate, which will broadcast
on CNN on June twenty seventh. And wait ANSA, yeah,
so it's gonna be good that Just like you said,
that's the opportunity.

Speaker 4 (08:14):
What have you done for me lately?

Speaker 1 (08:15):
The last time I look forward to two people getting
at it like this was Drake and Kendrick. I can't
wait till June twenty seven. Trump and Biden in a
debate is going to be incredible.

Speaker 2 (08:25):
The only thing is they're gonna cut off the MIC's
after each each other speaks. And that's that in some
of those ad libs, is what you what you're gonna
be missing too.

Speaker 5 (08:32):
All I know is.

Speaker 4 (08:34):
The facial will turn into memes. I'm sure we'll get
some good stuff up.

Speaker 1 (08:38):
Biden gonna have to put down the written is Biden
gonna have to do some real freestyle in that night, Okay,
because I'm telling you, Donald Trump is coming out guns
a blaze, I'm telling you.

Speaker 2 (08:47):
And also in Detroit, I know, I know, I think
Paz was there as well, and Icewear Visit was there
in support of Donald Trump as well. They faced a
little backlash for that. All right, and we'll see you
next hour.

Speaker 4 (08:58):
Morgan, yep, I got more for.

Speaker 2 (08:59):
You, all right, everybody else, get it off your chest?
Eight hundred five eight five one oh five one. If
you need the vent phone lines wide open, let us
know how your weekend was. What you did again? Eight
hundred five eight five one oh five one. Get it
off your chest. It's the breakfast slogan, Morning the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 5 (09:19):
Is it your time to get it off your chest?

Speaker 1 (09:21):
Wake up, whether you're mad or blast time, get up
and get something.

Speaker 12 (09:25):
Call up now. Eight hundred five eighty five one o
five one. We want to hear from you on the
Breakfast Club.

Speaker 3 (09:31):
Hello.

Speaker 7 (09:31):
Who's this?

Speaker 13 (09:32):
This is Audrey nd.

Speaker 5 (09:34):
Hey, Audrey, good morning, Get it off your chest?

Speaker 13 (09:36):
Good morning everybody.

Speaker 14 (09:38):
So every I want to get some stuff with my
chest about you?

Speaker 13 (09:41):
Okay, go ahead, how you gonna come to North Carolina?
Give us a little thirty.

Speaker 14 (09:46):
Minute show, then leave, and then the music went to
hell after your what it was like?

Speaker 13 (09:52):
You put the sound it's wanda, you know what?

Speaker 2 (09:56):
Well, first of all, let's set times and it was
running a little behind, so I did my set and
then you've seen the system go out and it was
just nasty and disgusting rocking. It was rock for that
good forty minutes though, didn't we.

Speaker 3 (10:07):
And did we?

Speaker 15 (10:08):
Sure did it?

Speaker 14 (10:09):
We was upstill rocking.

Speaker 13 (10:11):
I was dancing real hard in the yellow drag.

Speaker 2 (10:14):
Oh, I know who you are, so you gotta teach
me that to me and dance because when the to
me and dance came up, I was going back with.

Speaker 5 (10:18):
Y'all were going front with. I couldn't figure it out though.

Speaker 14 (10:21):
Well I wasn't doing that.

Speaker 8 (10:22):
I was recording because I don't know how to do this.

Speaker 14 (10:25):
But I appreciate you because you had us rocket and
I was looking forward to it. But when you left,
I was like they say, the sounds where.

Speaker 5 (10:32):
Well, thank you so much. We had a good You're welcome.

Speaker 13 (10:35):
And happy Fathers Day too, all of y'all hate Jacks,
love you.

Speaker 4 (10:38):
Boo, hey girl, love you too, Thank you, Mama?

Speaker 14 (10:40):
Alright, alright, bye bye?

Speaker 5 (10:42):
Hello?

Speaker 7 (10:42):
Who's this yo?

Speaker 16 (10:43):
Yo?

Speaker 5 (10:43):
Whatever? What's your name? B hey, buck off your chests?

Speaker 17 (10:47):
Book?

Speaker 3 (10:47):
Hey?

Speaker 7 (10:47):
It was going on. Everybody love the show. Love y'all
been listening for years show.

Speaker 5 (10:52):
Man, I got all ask you, bro, what's up?

Speaker 7 (10:54):
Buck you? I'm a Cowboys Ben too, so whatever.

Speaker 5 (10:58):
Die hard baby. But I've seen you.

Speaker 8 (11:02):
All what Bill?

Speaker 7 (11:02):
He was on the Bill Marshaw recently.

Speaker 5 (11:04):
Right, I was on that Friday, Yes, sir, Yeah, yeah.

Speaker 7 (11:06):
That's Bro's name.

Speaker 8 (11:07):
Hey man, when y'all were talking about Katelyn Clark and
all that races and stuff with Angel Reese and he
had brought up Serena Williams, I wish you would have
mentioned to him that in the beginning of Serena's career
she was getting death threats and it took problem toward
towards the middle end of her career for society to
really start accepting her.

Speaker 5 (11:29):
Yeah.

Speaker 13 (11:29):
I mean, but.

Speaker 5 (11:31):
When he no, he didn't have me fumbled.

Speaker 1 (11:33):
When he brought him Serena, he was proving my point
because you know what I said was anytime you are
a race that dominates in an industry where that race
doesn't usually dominate, you're an outlier and it makes it.

Speaker 5 (11:46):
More of a spectacle.

Speaker 1 (11:47):
So it's whether it's Caitlyn Clark in the w n B,
A are tiger Woods and golf, our eminem and rap,
Serena and tennis and you're more of an outlier like
like so so you are you know you, you do
get a lot more attention on you, good, good and bad.

Speaker 7 (12:01):
I agree, I.

Speaker 8 (12:02):
Agree one hundred per We we know what you were saying.

Speaker 18 (12:06):
But in his mind he thought he got dumb on you.
I was reading his he thought he got the dumb.

Speaker 8 (12:12):
But you, what you're saying is one hundred percent of
corect But I wish I wish you would.

Speaker 11 (12:16):
Have came with that with that tank left.

Speaker 5 (12:18):
Look real, say, that's the problem.

Speaker 1 (12:22):
We're not fighting though everybody. That's what they want. People
want confrontation. In our conversation, we had a great conversation.
The problem was somebody who's a Kaitlin Clark fan took
a minute of it and put Charlemagne to God crumbles
under Bill Maher's questioning and chopped the video up so
you don't see the full conversation. If you go watch
the full four minute, twenty second conversation about that, you'll

(12:43):
see a good exchange.

Speaker 2 (12:45):
We'll get it off your chest. Eight hundred and five
eighty five one oh five one. If you need to
vent hit us up now. It's the Breakfast Club in
the morning. The Breakfast club. This is your time to
get it off your chest, whether you're mad or blast.

Speaker 5 (13:00):
So we better have the same anything.

Speaker 7 (13:02):
We want to hear from you on the breakfast class. Hello,
who's this?

Speaker 13 (13:07):
Hey?

Speaker 14 (13:07):
This is Lauren from New York.

Speaker 5 (13:09):
N Lauren. Good morning to get you off your chest. Lauren.

Speaker 14 (13:11):
Okay, basically, I'm calling because I'm very upset. I met
some one I felt like he was the love of
my life. After a year, and then one morning the
Ice just came and took him away from my house
and I have never heard from again.

Speaker 5 (13:25):
So Ice, Yeah, Ice, where's he from? He was Mexican.

Speaker 14 (13:30):
No, Jamaican.

Speaker 5 (13:31):
Oh you're Jamaican. So but he didn't have his papers though, No, I.

Speaker 14 (13:34):
Mean I guess I think he did.

Speaker 8 (13:36):
He had a whole life here.

Speaker 14 (13:38):
I'm not sure what the issue was.

Speaker 5 (13:39):
Ice came to get him. He had his papers, right,
he was trying to marry you to get that green cart.

Speaker 14 (13:43):
Oh my god, oh god, I'm just been in shocked.
I've been very upset, like they took my baby, Like, where.

Speaker 4 (13:51):
Go to Jamaica?

Speaker 5 (13:54):
Are you sure that's my baby? I love? Go to Jamaica? No,
are you sure? Are you sure?

Speaker 14 (13:59):
They?

Speaker 5 (14:00):
Are you sure? They took him.

Speaker 1 (14:01):
But he might have just been over you and had
some people come over in and pretend to be ice.

Speaker 7 (14:05):
Got to go back.

Speaker 13 (14:06):
No, they took him. They came after.

Speaker 14 (14:08):
Him like he owes something to the devils of himself.
They threw him on the ground and call him on
types of name.

Speaker 5 (14:15):
And you can't find what. You can't find him.

Speaker 14 (14:18):
No, I don't know.

Speaker 5 (14:19):
Nope, nope, what's his name?

Speaker 1 (14:21):
I'm not going to say that. You ain't trying to
find right, he simply that you don't care about that man.

Speaker 13 (14:26):
Oh wow, that's crazy.

Speaker 5 (14:28):
You don't want to move to Jamaica. You don't want
to shout him out over the radio.

Speaker 4 (14:31):
I ain't need to say move. I just said go damn.
She's like not ill.

Speaker 5 (14:35):
She said the man is married.

Speaker 14 (14:36):
Though, no, no, I didn't say he was married. I
need to understand what he did first before I'm just
going over there like I don't.

Speaker 15 (14:44):
Even know what he did.

Speaker 14 (14:46):
But that baby, I know, it's one day they're baby,
the next day they's something else.

Speaker 18 (14:51):
I don't know.

Speaker 14 (14:52):
You're fine, We were fine.

Speaker 4 (14:55):
She just looked up thinking about Hello, who's this?

Speaker 1 (15:00):
Yes, third, it's ja Ja.

Speaker 5 (15:03):
Get it off your chest.

Speaker 1 (15:04):
So interesting enough I get through every time I call
it you guys every week.

Speaker 14 (15:08):
And Charlottmagne shows love j sometimy, but dj ND hangs
up on him every week.

Speaker 1 (15:14):
And today it's got to stop.

Speaker 5 (15:15):
I agree with you.

Speaker 14 (15:17):
So I just need him to work on his attitude.

Speaker 19 (15:19):
That's it.

Speaker 13 (15:19):
That's all I need to say.

Speaker 5 (15:21):
I'll say sometime, would you hang up on that man disrespect?
That might have been God testing you? You know it's not.
He's that might have been gone.

Speaker 7 (15:33):
A great day, you have a great week.

Speaker 5 (15:34):
Okay, by.

Speaker 1 (15:37):
Exactly, you hung up on that man? That was God,
That was God testing you when you feel.

Speaker 5 (15:42):
He was right there.

Speaker 4 (15:42):
He wanted to get back.

Speaker 5 (15:43):
He won on me too. Alright, we even job, get
it off your chest. Eight hundred five eight five one
oh five one. Now we got just with the mess
coming up? Are we talking about?

Speaker 10 (15:52):
Yes?

Speaker 6 (15:52):
Did he don't follow consonant? I don't know what's four?
I don't know why, but he followed him and Kyle
reacted to it.

Speaker 5 (15:58):
On instagramy week?

Speaker 1 (15:59):
Yes, Oh okay, I'm still following.

Speaker 5 (16:04):
Why did he still got social media?

Speaker 13 (16:06):
Right?

Speaker 4 (16:07):
I don't know what?

Speaker 2 (16:09):
All right, we'll get into that. Next is the breakfast
Sluggle Morning the Breakfast Club. Morning Everybody, It's the j
n V. Jesse Lary Charlamage the guy. We are the
Breakfast Club. Back to the work week. Good morning, Hopefully
guys had a great weekend. And let's get to Jess
with the mess.

Speaker 6 (16:27):
News is just Robbin Moore just don't do no lines,
don't talk.

Speaker 5 (16:36):
Talk the world why jests Worldwise.

Speaker 7 (16:41):
On the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 5 (16:42):
She's the coaches Ship.

Speaker 20 (16:43):
She was able to get y'all to see something and
understand something that nobody.

Speaker 5 (16:48):
Could get you to see.

Speaker 7 (16:48):
The time to set it on?

Speaker 6 (16:51):
Okay, So did he returns key to the city. He
returned the key to New York City. He was originally
honored with the key last year, just before the release
of the Love Album. According to CMZ, Mayor Eric Adams
sent out two letters requesting the keyback.

Speaker 5 (17:06):
Once Man Stop Man, Yes for Real, once his.

Speaker 6 (17:10):
New York City office, and once his ALI office, and
may Adams reportedly wrote that he was deeply disturbed by
the video of Diddy assaultant Cassi. He also added that
the key is intended for individuals whose service to the
public and the common good rises to the highest level
of achievement and who acts as a model for fellow
and future New Yorkers. Reports say that Mayor Adams sent

(17:31):
a letter requesting the keyback on June fourth, and they
say the keypers returned six days later.

Speaker 1 (17:36):
It was like here, I didn't know that he asked
for the keyback.

Speaker 5 (17:42):
I remember the story saying he might act.

Speaker 4 (17:44):
Did he officially did?

Speaker 6 (17:45):
They was thinking about it at first, like with proper
steps to take, and then he went on ahead, he
said two times, wrote two letters to make sure he
got that keyback, and and more Diddy news. Kyle Sinett
reacts to did he following him?

Speaker 4 (17:57):
On ig?

Speaker 5 (18:00):
I've been to a Diddy party?

Speaker 4 (18:01):
Don't follow this?

Speaker 7 (18:08):
Oh he don't know.

Speaker 4 (18:11):
I never fall you know, he ain't even send him,
no d M or nothing. He just followed you.

Speaker 5 (18:17):
That music is crazy trying to come to the basement.
But you have to.

Speaker 1 (18:20):
Understand why Kay is afraid. You know, Kai is growing
in this business. He's growing in this industry. He probably
heard all of these stories of the illuminati. Then all
of a sudden, you get followed by Diddy.

Speaker 5 (18:28):
Don't be afraid.

Speaker 4 (18:30):
They don't even now you reacted to it. Now he's
coming with a vengeance.

Speaker 5 (18:33):
Yeah, you ain't got afraid that's you. Ain't got no teeth,
no more. Now. Yeah, ago you might have been in
some trouble.

Speaker 6 (18:40):
I said, ain't trying to come down the basement and
trust me. The last thing you need is to be
on somebody's stream.

Speaker 5 (18:44):
Can you imagine?

Speaker 4 (18:45):
Yes, I can't imagine.

Speaker 5 (18:47):
Don't please, don't. I beg you not to. Don't do
nothing like that would do that.

Speaker 6 (18:52):
That's what I don't put I don't want to the
last thing that did he need is to be on
somebody's stream.

Speaker 1 (18:56):
I don't put it back you. You don't put it
that no, even all in the video for years.

Speaker 5 (19:03):
Yeah, you know, I think this lesson. I just fall
back whatever.

Speaker 1 (19:06):
That last bad apology, Yes, after he lied to everybody
and said he didn't do what he did and did
the apology that he was.

Speaker 5 (19:14):
I don't know, man, he goes a mother efforts.

Speaker 6 (19:16):
I don't know kyby having him sleep over city.

Speaker 4 (19:20):
He said, oh hell no.

Speaker 1 (19:23):
That would be's most view, screaming, KAI, don't even think
about it, don't do it, okay.

Speaker 4 (19:29):
Cardi b reacts the new bill being passed.

Speaker 6 (19:31):
The House of Representatives passed the bill on Friday that
includes a change to automatically registerment age from eighteen to
twenty six into the military draft. Failure to register as
classified as a felony and comes with other legal problems.
The bill was passed by the House and it's two
hundred and seventeen to one ninety nine vote, so wow.

Speaker 4 (19:52):
To seventeen voted yes and one voted no.

Speaker 6 (19:54):
But it reportedly isn't likely to be passed by Senate
because of other amendments included in the bill dealing with
abortion and other issues. US citizens have been reacting, but
Cardi b reaction was my favorite.

Speaker 11 (20:06):
I just read an article saying that the House just
passed a bill that they're going to automatically register a
man from eighteen to twenty six for war, and I
don't want to say is to America.

Speaker 3 (20:18):
Good luck with that.

Speaker 11 (20:19):
These new one knows are Tiktoker's baby. These mothers ain't
gonna fight no war. We're gonna die. You're gonna die.
You might as well to investing money and your guns.
These these new kids, you understand, these new kids to
fight these wars, the TikTok hipshakers.

Speaker 3 (20:36):
How of am I? This is a new America?

Speaker 5 (20:38):
Baby?

Speaker 3 (20:38):
This ain't the nineteen motherfuckers.

Speaker 11 (20:39):
Not like, seriously, you're gonna draft these kids that we
tiktoking all day to fight them were I'm most like
you what the Russians them that be fighting bears and
shit and mother climbing mountains to go to.

Speaker 3 (20:50):
School or whatever?

Speaker 6 (20:52):
Ye wrong, I say, this is my favorite reaction.

Speaker 4 (20:57):
That is hilarious.

Speaker 5 (21:00):
Ankle, better off sending robots.

Speaker 1 (21:02):
You better build some super soldier robots and send them over,
she said, gonna cut it yer, No.

Speaker 6 (21:09):
Yo, it was the Russian put they'd be fighting bands
and climbing out to go to school.

Speaker 14 (21:14):
Hey.

Speaker 6 (21:16):
And lastly, Young Miami hosting live game nights. So she's
popping out in Atlanta. Uh this weekend she'll be hosting
her live Gamecha Roulette.

Speaker 4 (21:27):
But listen, this is the thing.

Speaker 6 (21:28):
From twelve to three midnight to three am. So she
really trying to get crazy with it, you know what
I'm saying. And it's gonna be at Copper Cove, Atlanta.
She said, Atlanta, are you ready for the smoke?

Speaker 1 (21:40):
Join me?

Speaker 6 (21:41):
June twenty second, twellout the three at Copper Cove Recha
and Roulette Official Game Night, Ready to get drunk, af
and responsored by I was very excited uh.

Speaker 5 (21:56):
Yeah, what is Rolette?

Speaker 4 (22:00):
It's a car game that she has. It was our
she featured our.

Speaker 6 (22:05):
Uh she makes them play a round of it on
our podcast. It's like cars that she fiking.

Speaker 5 (22:10):
She she picked the car she actually said.

Speaker 13 (22:11):
She said.

Speaker 2 (22:12):
The whole the whole diddy urinate on me was to
promote that that episode with Trina over here car crank
up this Now that's.

Speaker 5 (22:19):
In this song. Oh I thought, I was like, what
the hell's happening? Now that's a sound effecting the song?

Speaker 4 (22:25):
Yo, so per annoying that?

Speaker 1 (22:29):
Yeah?

Speaker 4 (22:30):
Yeah, all right, but yes that is Jess with the
Master for the first hour.

Speaker 2 (22:34):
Y'all all right, Now when we come back, we got
front page to news. Morgan Wild'll be joining us. They
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Speaker 2 (23:04):
Bring everybody is j Envy, Jess hilarious, Chela Meane the guy.
We are the breakfast club. Let's get in some front
page news.

Speaker 4 (23:11):
Good on to ug Good morning.

Speaker 9 (23:13):
Yes, So the United States is sending an additional one
point five billion dollars in aid to Ukraine. Vice President
Kamala Harris made the announcement over the weekend at the
Summit for Peace in Switzerland on Saturday.

Speaker 4 (23:26):
Let's hear from Vice President Kamala Harris.

Speaker 16 (23:28):
President Bid, My support for the people of Ukraine is
on the way to frame. We support you praying not
out of charity, but because the people of Ukraine and
their future is in our strategic issuest.

Speaker 5 (23:42):
Yeah, they not even trying no more. I don't even
know what to tell us.

Speaker 4 (23:46):
Do you mean by that? What do you mean?

Speaker 5 (23:48):
Listen?

Speaker 1 (23:49):
I totally understand why they have to, you know, be
in Ukraine, but everything does not have to be an announcement.
Certain things they should be trying to do quietly because
of the optics of it, because people are highly upset
and highly pissed off that they keep seeing all of
this money go to all of these other countries. Meanwhile,
they can barely keep food on they table and the
roof over their head. Here in America, the optics just
don't look good. Everything don't have to be a press
a press.

Speaker 5 (24:09):
Announcement like that.

Speaker 9 (24:10):
But then you want transparency though, I mean, okay, anyways,
about five hundred million dollars aid will go to repairing
and protecting energy infrastructure. About about three hundred and eighty
million dollars will go to provide humanitarian assistant aimed at
helping refugees and communities impacted by the war. Now additional
aid will go towards assisting Ukrainian law enforcement and border security. Now,

(24:33):
also happened what happened over the weekend on the home front.
Charlavage Vice President Kamala Harris spoke to the annual Conference
of one hundred Black Men of America at the Higher
Regency in Atlanta, Georgia. Now she's also scheduled to speak
sometime this week to a conference that Micos rapper Quavo
is putting on the prevention of gun violence.

Speaker 4 (24:53):
So, I mean, there's some things happening.

Speaker 5 (24:55):
Your stop, Morgan, give us.

Speaker 1 (24:57):
She given him words, thoughts and prayers at the h
Andred Blackman conference with all of this money going on.

Speaker 9 (25:05):
Definitely implemented the vice. Well, she has a gun violence
prevention program. I'm not gonna get too much into that.
Let's recap from last week. You remember Merrick Garland was
held in contempt of court. Well, here's an update. The
Department of Justice says they will not prosecute Attorney General
Merrick Garland after the House held him in contempt. The
Department told House Speaker Mike Johnson, explaining its long standing position,

(25:29):
if not of not prosecuting executive branch of officials who
withhold information from Congress, sighting executive privilege. Now the Republican
led House. A vote came after the dj refused to
turn over audio recordings a President Biden's interview with the
special counsel investigating his handling of classified documents. Special Counsel
Robert hersick he would not prosecute Biden because a jury

(25:52):
might see him as an elderly man with poor memory.

Speaker 4 (25:55):
The political firestorm, there's a lot of commentary. People are upset.

Speaker 9 (25:58):
So House Speaker Mike john Since says he plans to
actually take this case against Attorney General Merrick Garland to
court and called the DOJ's lack of prosecution sadly predictable.

Speaker 4 (26:10):
Let's switch gears a little bit little sports related news.

Speaker 5 (26:12):
A member of the.

Speaker 4 (26:12):
Kansas City Chiefs.

Speaker 9 (26:14):
These was a championship you know when in Kansas City
Chiefs is finding himself in more legal trouble this offseason.
Defensive lineman Isaiah Bugs was arrested for the second time
in a month after being booked on a domestic violence
and burglary charge in Alabama on Sunday. Now, the twenty
seven year old was released on a five thousand dollars bond.
Bugs recently turned himself into authorities on May thirtieth after

(26:37):
he was charged with two misdemeanor counts of second degree
animal cruelty and Tuscaloosa remember that.

Speaker 17 (26:43):
So.

Speaker 9 (26:43):
Fellow Kansas City players such as whide receiver when she Rice,
offensive lineman.

Speaker 5 (26:49):
Go ahead, Morgan, sound it up, chuck away.

Speaker 9 (26:53):
Wuka, yeah okay, and mon Ye Morris have also been
arrested this offseason. Needless to say, you know what, the
Kansas City Chiefs. There a lot of highs and there
are a lot of lows. So in terms of the players,
y'all got to focus on football.

Speaker 5 (27:06):
So yeah, all right, well, thank you Morgan.

Speaker 13 (27:09):
Thank you.

Speaker 4 (27:10):
That's your front face news. I'm Morgan.

Speaker 9 (27:11):
Would follow me on social media at Morgan Media and
for more news coverage, be sure you're following the Black
Information Network at vindnews dot com.

Speaker 5 (27:19):
Thank y'all, a peace Morgan.

Speaker 2 (27:22):
All right, Well, when we come back, Ryan Holiday will
be joining us. He has a new book, right thing
right now, Good Values, good character, good deeds, and we'll
kick it with Ryan when we.

Speaker 5 (27:30):
Come back, So don't move. It's to breakfast club. Good morning,
the Breakfast Club, bro. That's right, he's back Ryan Holiday.
Ladies and gentlemen, welcome back. Thanks man. Thanks, what's up?

Speaker 16 (27:41):
Ryan?

Speaker 5 (27:42):
You got a new book, right thing right now? Good Values,
good character, good deeds.

Speaker 1 (27:48):
The thing I like about all your books, man, they
touch on tangible things that humans can correct about themselves immediately.

Speaker 5 (27:56):
And this book, to me, is about integrity. Yeah. It's funny.

Speaker 21 (27:59):
You know, when people think of philosophy, they think of
like what university professors do. They think it's abstract, but
it's this kind of stuff. It's like, how do you
get better? How do you and not just get better professionally,
but get better personally? Like as human being? How do
you do better in the world. So for the Stoics,
there's these four virtues. There's courage, discipline, justice, wisdom and integrity?

Speaker 5 (28:20):
Is that justice?

Speaker 21 (28:21):
How do you act as a human being with standards?

Speaker 5 (28:23):
Do you hold yourself? How do you be a good person?
But not the performative kind though? Yeah, not what you signaling?
What's you to me?

Speaker 1 (28:30):
Integrity is what you're doing when nobody's looking? Yeah, what
do you think? I think that's right? Or how do
you treat people who can't do anything for you? Yes,
exactly who you have power over or conversely, who you
have power over? And so how do you how do
you treat people?

Speaker 22 (28:45):
What do you like?

Speaker 5 (28:46):
The problem is when we think.

Speaker 21 (28:47):
Of justice, we think of like the justice system, or
we think of the laws, like whether something's legal or not.
But that doesn't mean just because it's not illegal doesn't
mean you should do it, And just because it's illegal
doesn't mean you should get away with it, right, And
so what's your personal moral compass? What's your sense of integrity?
What standards do you hold yourself to? That's like the
most important thing.

Speaker 2 (29:06):
Seems like integrity lessened a lot with social media. It
seems like people don't have the integrity that they used
to any You.

Speaker 21 (29:14):
Know what's funny is like at first everything was anonymous,
and so everything was terrible. People were horrible to each other,
and then a lot of it like moved to our
real names, and people were still terrible to each other.
So there's something about putting a screen between you and
other people. It's like we react like what we're doing
online is like a video game and it's not having
consequences in the real world.

Speaker 5 (29:35):
This is all game.

Speaker 21 (29:36):
How many likes, how many comments, how much attention are
you getting? And the idea that we're like poisoning the
world or poisoning culture, depriving us of truth or you know, kindness, decent,
that that doesn't have a consequence, but of course it does.
We live in the world that's been created by what
we so frivolously do online.

Speaker 2 (29:54):
But when do you get to a point when integrity
could be your detriment or you try to be Integrity
can more pain than anything else.

Speaker 5 (30:01):
Right, So that's a good quo. I'm going to ask
you a question. Quick scenario.

Speaker 2 (30:04):
So the other day, my dad went to go buy
a car, right calls me at the dealership. I call
a friend networks at a dealership, and I got him
the same car that he wanted, less money down, less
a month. But my dad wouldn't do that because he
already gave the guy his word. Because my dad stands
on his integrity and his word. Sure, so he was
willing to pay more money because he gave his words.
Chapter two, Baby, than anything else. But that's also a

(30:25):
big part of Thorism. But that's chapter two in the book.

Speaker 21 (30:27):
Yeah, there's this story about this this ancient Roman and
he's a powerful general, has taken prisoner of war.

Speaker 5 (30:33):
His name is Regulus, and he's released.

Speaker 21 (30:35):
He's sent back to Rome to negotiate a peace treaty
and an exchange of prisoners. And he gets back to Rome,
so he's free. He gets away from the captors and
so here's his chance.

Speaker 5 (30:45):
He's out.

Speaker 21 (30:45):
And he says, look, I don't think we should make peace.
I think we can win. So reject the treaty, and
so they do it, and then he packs his bags
and he heads back to where he was a prisoner
of war because he gave them his word that if
the negotiations weren't successful, that he would return. And everyone
was agast at this what are you doing. You're out,
you're free. You don't know anything to these people, your enemies.

(31:08):
And he said, look, if I go back, I alone
will suffer, and he is, He's put to death, and
he knew he would be put to death. He says,
I alone will suffer. But if I stay here, if
I break my word, all future Romans will suffer because
people won't trust us, they won't trust our diplomatic negotiations.
And so that's one of the things that we sometimes

(31:28):
keeping our word does cost us. But it's not free
to break your word because the next time that person's
not going to trust someone else. And so we all
think about it as like what's good for me, But
what we're doing is we're stealing from the public trust,
from our ability to collaborate and count on each other,
because everyone's saying, you know, your word isn't worth anything,

(31:50):
and collectively, unfortunately, in a lot of cases, it's not.

Speaker 1 (31:53):
What if I gave you my word and that is
simply changed my mind? Yeah, well, could you be honest
about it, right? Could you say, hey, I changed my mind.
I can't do it. Here's why I think, like it's funny.
One of the things Mark'srelis talks about is. He says,
I think you're like this.

Speaker 21 (32:07):
He says, when we say stuff like hey, I'm gonna
be honest with you here, He's like, that's embarrassing. What
you're admitting is that you're normally not honest. If I'm
going to be straight with you, I'm saying I'm crooked
most of the time. He says, you know it should
be written on your forehead, he said, he you should
be like the smelly goat in the room. Like people
know when Charlemagne's here, they're going to get the unfiltered,

(32:28):
honest truth. And so yeah, like you change your mind,
you can't do stuff, but can you be straight with people?
I think the problem sometimes I run into this is
like you agree to something and then you realize you
didn't want to do it, or you can't do it,
but you don't want to have that awkward conversation, so
you string the person along or you hope it magically
goes away. And part of being adult is just owning

(32:48):
it and being straight with people, and you just do
it as a matter of habit, and as a rule,
you don't you don't add on top of it, stringing
them along.

Speaker 1 (32:58):
I probably myself. I'm being honest and true at all
the times. I love chapter three in the book Tell
the Truth. But I think sometimes when we say, uh,
I'm gonna be honest with you, it's a it's a
buffer to this whammy I'm about to lay on you.

Speaker 5 (33:10):
I'm actually gonna be a it's what I'm saying, Okay, but.

Speaker 1 (33:15):
Just being.

Speaker 2 (33:18):
Sometimes that whammy is needed, you know what I mean,
You're just preparing the person that Look, it's not gonna
be all peaches and cream like you think, yeah, I'm
gonna be.

Speaker 21 (33:24):
But sometimes people go I believe in radical transparency, and
what they really are is just not very kind, you know,
Like like, look, I think people are way too easily
offended and they don't understand like, hey, when you're offending,
when you when you take offense, you're complicit in that.
The stokes and say, at the same time, we should
care about the impact that our words have on other

(33:46):
people and think about, hey, what's the best way to
say this, what's the best setting to say this? Like
you don't have to give them the the the unvarnished
truth in this moment. You could not tell them anything
and then wait, till a different time and then say
it right. So I think also being strategic about what
you say and how you say it's important too, Like
so often I think activists or people are trying to

(34:06):
change the world, they just say something they don't realize
that timing matters also, and how effectively you communicate matters too,
not just that you're honest.

Speaker 1 (34:14):
I think that's my problem timing. But like, to me,
timing is energy, right, Like, if you feel it, you
say it. Because sometimes you can just be ahead of
your time. You can say something that everybody like I
cannot believe that person said that, but then a few months.

Speaker 5 (34:29):
Later you're like, oh, I why he said They weren't
ready for it. Yeah. Yeah.

Speaker 21 (34:33):
At the same time, like let's say I'm I don't
like something or I think something needs to change, but
in the moment I'm feeling it, it's because I'm frustrated
by it or I'm angered by it. How I'm going
to say it when I'm angry and frustrated, It's probably
not going to be the best, the kindest, and the
most understood way to communicate. And so if I can
take a beat here and do it late, like I'm

(34:55):
going to write the email and then I'm going to
send it tomorrow after I review it one more time.
To me, that's part of it too, And that's still
being honest, and actually it's being effective because they're going
to hear it. And also you're not going to say
something you regret.

Speaker 5 (35:06):
All Right, we got more with Ryan Holiday when we
come back, don't move. It's the Breakfast Club. Good morning.

Speaker 2 (35:11):
Everybody's dj n V Jess Larry Charlomage the guy we
are to Breakfast Club. We're still kicking it with Ryan Holliday, Charlamagne.

Speaker 1 (35:18):
You know, every time you write a new book around,
I'm like Jesus Christ is another one. How many ways
can you write about Stolicism? But I never get tired
of hearing about Stolism, Like and I didn't realize you
know that this was the third installment of what stoic
virtue theories? Yeah, so what is different than the like
courage is calling discipline of destiny? Now writing right now?

(35:38):
What's different from these three books down the poll the
ego of the enemy or obstacle to the way? Yeah,
so obstacle you goo, stillness.

Speaker 21 (35:44):
They're about like a specific sort of Stoic practice that
I think is important. But what stoicism is is based
around these four virtues courage, discipline, justice, and wisdom. And like,
even when we say the obstacle is the way, we
don't mean that every obstacle is going to turn out
awesome for you. You're going to be more successful and
happier because of what we're saying is that every obstacle,

(36:06):
every situation is a chance to be a good person,
to be a virtuous person, to be brave, to learn,
to be strong, and to do the right thing. So
so the obstacle is the way it really leads into
this series in the sense that everything is a chance
to apply one of these virtues.

Speaker 1 (36:22):
I want to ask you about some of these chapters
in the book, Practice, Practice, Pragmatism.

Speaker 21 (36:27):
Yeah, why, well, I think sometimes people think like, oh,
my cause is right, or I know this thing backwards
and forwards, so obviously.

Speaker 5 (36:40):
It's going to win, you know. And Martin Luther King
talked about this.

Speaker 21 (36:43):
He's like, at the beginning, I thought just being on
the right side of history would work, and he's like, no,
it wasn't until I was politically strategic and pragmatic. And
in some cases, like ruthless, like the decision to allow
children into the Civil rights movement in the marches, knowing
that they would be attacked by dogs and police officers.
That was a machiavellian move by Martin Luther King. He

(37:06):
understood media, and he understood that it would be terrible,
but it would also be effective. And I think so often, yeah,
we just think, oh, we don't like this policy, We're
going to get out there and protest. But the point
of protest is leverage. He says, you have to use
the tools of persuasion, but also the tools of coercion.
That's pressure, man. And so pragmatism to me is being

(37:28):
blunt on. It's realistic and not just thinking this is
a good cause, so obviously it will triumph.

Speaker 5 (37:33):
Good causes fail all the time. Have you seen a
good protest lately?

Speaker 17 (37:37):
No?

Speaker 21 (37:37):
I mean, I think we learned the wrong lesson from
the Civil rights movement. The reason they were protesting is because,
for the most part the protests were illegal. They were
setting up clashes with the police that the police would
then overreact. It would be captured by news cameras and
newspaper reporters, and then it would undermine the moral authority
of the police. Just a large group of people getting

(37:58):
together does it and apply the same pressure, especially in
the political system we have now where we essentially a
minority has command likes control different levels of the government,
and they go, I don't care that your candidate wins
the popular vote. You can't pass laws in this Senate.
So when we all get together and we protest, they're like,

(38:19):
we already don't care that you outnumber us. That's never
going to persuade us. Right, This is where coercion has
to come in in the sense of, like what are
the leverage and the pain points you're going to get
these people that change their mind or to step back
and not veto stuff that Again, this is like Robert
Green's books are so important here, like you have to
understand how power works if you want.

Speaker 5 (38:41):
To get it into into action.

Speaker 1 (38:43):
So you mean, like how like the Montgomery buff boycott
was like, we're not going to be growth the bus company,
and then the bus company was like, fine, you can
come here.

Speaker 21 (38:53):
You know, like it's pres it's pressure, and in other
cases it was hey, we're just we know how you're
going to react to this.

Speaker 5 (38:59):
We know it's going to play poorly. In the media.

Speaker 21 (39:01):
So we're going to force you to do something that's
bad for you. But we're and we're going to take
that hit as we go. We're it's not just oh,
you know, a couple thousand peaceful protesters. People are gonna
be overwhelmed by the dignity of our of our protest
and just change their minds.

Speaker 5 (39:16):
That's not how anything happens.

Speaker 2 (39:18):
I wanted to ask you about be Loyal right chapter thirteen.
I feel like sometimes people are too loyal, sure, especially
too loyal to people that are not loyal to them,
or too loyal to things that will definitely turn on them.
Let's talk about the be loyal chapter.

Speaker 21 (39:31):
Yeah, it's funny someone said that to Truman. This said,
mister Truman or mister President, You've been loyal to people
who are not loyal to you, and that can be
a liability because these people are representing you or taking
stealing from you or whatever. Loyalty is something we give,
it's not something we get. So that kind of is
the point. Sometimes you are loyal to people who are
not loyal to you because it's the right thing to do,

(39:51):
not because it's a transaction. But yeah, I think the
thing about loyalty is we have conflicting loyalties and we
have to decide, Hey, am I loyal to this faceless,
multi billion dollar conglomerate or am I loyal to my family?
Am I loyal to myself, like my purpose, my cause?
And so we have to balance some of these loyalties out.
But I think generally not seeing the world as transactional

(40:14):
and understanding that you owe something to the people that
found you, to the people that nurtured you, and that
doesn't mean you have to work for them forever, but
it means if they're being unfairly attacked, you stand up
for them, or it means if they're struggling.

Speaker 5 (40:29):
You help them out.

Speaker 21 (40:31):
I think loyalty can can take different forms too, But
the part of loyalty that's in our control is the
loyalty we give were It's not always going to be returned,
just like kindness and decency, respect, We're not always going
to get it back. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't
give it.

Speaker 1 (40:45):
Correct I was I was justice a personal virtue, and
you knowose book focuses on justice a lot.

Speaker 5 (40:49):
I haven't looked at justice as a personal virtue.

Speaker 21 (40:52):
I mean, I think we got to think about it
more as a personal virtue, justice as politics, justice as
the legal system. Justice says, this thing we're trying to
get from the world that's much less in our control
than the justice that is our character. How we treat people,
the standards we hold ourselves to the ethics that we
operate instead of thinking, hey, you know, I think big

(41:15):
companies or government should do X. Well, how are you
treating your employees? How are you running your business? How
do you treat the waitress or waiters serving you at
this restaurant? How are you treating the stranger who you're
passing by on the side of the road. Like good
Good character is where this all starts. And I think
if we all operated more from a place of character,

(41:35):
it would spill over into our more professional or official rules.

Speaker 1 (41:39):
Also, you have a chapter in the book called be
a own Referee. I don't think I can be fair
to myself. Sure, I think I might be too hard
on myself.

Speaker 21 (41:48):
That's true, you know obviously, like transparency, laws and accountability
and disclosure's all the things we've come up with as
a society to prevent people from being corrupt, breaking the rules,
et cetera.

Speaker 5 (41:59):
It's really important.

Speaker 7 (42:00):
You have to have this.

Speaker 21 (42:01):
And because we're not great referees, but you know, golf
is a game where you call the fouls on yourself.
Great athletes don't try to sneak in advantage past the
ref you know, they go, hey, no, no, no, that
that ball was out on me, right, or that ball
landed on the line. Great athlete, yeah, great, great athletes,
especially like in tennis or golf, you have to learn

(42:23):
from a young age that you're your own referee. I
tell the story of Frank Robinson. This is a great
baseball player. You know, he hits it, he thinks it's
going out of the park, doesn't. But because he thought
it was going out of the park, he didn't run
as fast as he could, which is a rule in
baseball if you run out every play, and you're supposed
to learn that. So he sold himself short in the team.
Now the team ends up winning by a bunch. He's

(42:45):
a multi time MVP. No, nobody's going to fault him
for one mistake. He walks into the manager's office after
the game and he slams down two hundred dollars. He says,
I'm finding myself. I didn't live up to my own standards,
and I didn't live up to the standards that the
team expects us all to live up to.

Speaker 5 (43:01):
And I think we got to think of that example.

Speaker 21 (43:04):
You know, it's like your cashier and the customer gives
you a little too much money, or.

Speaker 5 (43:09):
Somebody leaves something behind.

Speaker 21 (43:11):
These there are all these little opportunities in life where
you can get a tiny advantage.

Speaker 5 (43:16):
You know, something can break your way.

Speaker 21 (43:18):
But I think we respect and we want to be
the kind of people that go, I don't need, I
don't need this unfair advantage. I'm I'm going to do
the right thing here, even though nobody's watching, and definitely
nobody's forcing me.

Speaker 14 (43:31):
To do it.

Speaker 2 (43:32):
All right, we got more with Ryan Holiday. When we
come back, it's the Breakfast Club. Good morning, Yep, we
are to Breakfast Club, DJ Envy, Jess, Hilarry, Charlamagne to God.
We're still kicking them with Ryan Holiday charm.

Speaker 1 (43:42):
You know, it's interesting, right because the forty Law to
Power you have a chapter called keep your Hands Clean,
and the new book right thing right now, but the
forty Power talking about keeping your hands clean. But his
idea of keeping your hands clean is let other people
do the dirty work.

Speaker 21 (43:57):
Yeah, he's talking about the appearance of keeping your hands. Yes,
and and look that's true. We're talking about pragmatism that
people do that. But I think the decision to be
an honest broker, to play it straight, to to resist
the temptations, pick up a little advantage, to get a

(44:17):
little on.

Speaker 5 (44:17):
The side here to break.

Speaker 21 (44:19):
Not only is this where you know, it's it's always
funny you have these super powerful people and then they
go down for like insider trading or you know, these
tiny little that they just can't help themselves. They got
to get that little bit of extra. And so it's
also self interested to say like, hey.

Speaker 5 (44:36):
This is what I do, these are the rules I follow.

Speaker 21 (44:39):
I'm not going to get sucked into that stuff because
it it can bring about your ruin.

Speaker 1 (44:43):
You know what about making good trouble. You know, it's
a famous John Lewis quote. That's a that's a chapter
the second part.

Speaker 21 (44:50):
Yeah, look again, the idea of activism. People are not
always going to agree with it, a lot of times,
it's going to be really unpopular. And you know, his
willingness to get arrested, his willingness to stir things up,
his willingness to sort of poke the bear, knowing that
bear's going to overreact with such a great part of
what he did. And you look at the I love
the John Lewis mugshot, and you look at it, he's

(45:11):
got this little smirk.

Speaker 5 (45:12):
He knows he's winning.

Speaker 21 (45:14):
You know, they said the sheriff is not after us,
We are after the sheriff. They were trying to do that,
and you know, Arthur Ash gets arrested protesting apartheid. You
can be the squeaky clean good person, but ultimately, sometimes
when you've got a cause that's unpopular or misunderstood or

(45:34):
doesn't have great resources, you got to get up there
and cause some trouble. And disability activist this is then
called the crawl in where when they were trying to
pass disability rights, a bunch of people in wheelchairs crutches
that go to the Capitol and they throw down their
wheelchairs their crutches and they just crawled up the steps
of the Capitol and it was disturbing and upsetting and disruptive.

(46:01):
But they knew to drive attention to this thing that
people didn't want to think about, they had to send
a strong message. And that's the kind of trouble that
we're talking about.

Speaker 1 (46:11):
Who do you think what part do you think is
a better messenger? Because you're such a good messenger, what
part do you think are a better messengers?

Speaker 21 (46:18):
You know, like Democrats Republicans. I mean they're both terrible
at it, but I think one of the Republicans are
good at it well. I mean what I would say
is that when your message is discriminatory or when you're
it's easier to be a demagogue than to tell complicated
truths about situations. It's easy to say it's these people's fault.

(46:40):
If you're not honest, you can say I can solve
this problem in two seconds. You know, you can say
it's the elites that are doing this. So there's always
being the party of opposition and the party of resistance
in the sense like we don't want to change things.
That's always going to be an easier message.

Speaker 5 (47:00):
Then Hey, we got to.

Speaker 21 (47:01):
Get a multi part coalition together and we got a
like compromise is not sexy. By definition, Compromises means both
sides are losing and so right because not everyone's getting
what they want, and that's hard to message that, like
you should give up what you want and you should
give up what you want. But generally, I think the
Democrats are falling behind on some of these tools and

(47:23):
social media, and so I think they're losing the culture
in that way.

Speaker 1 (47:26):
It's interesting you say compromise is not sexy because you know,
these parties have to work together in order to get
things done with the American people. But I guess when
it comes to like winning elections, it's not sexy because
somebody have to get the credit for it.

Speaker 5 (47:38):
Yeah.

Speaker 21 (47:39):
I was thinking, I've seen some of the stuff you
were talking about where you're not endorsing someone in this election.
I was thinking when I was thinking of the pragmatism thing. Look,
I get it, and both candidates are problem I wonder
if the message for you is not hey, I'm sitting
it out because what you're saying is you can't persuade me.
My platform's not available. I think a pragmatic approach would

(48:00):
be like you want me, here's what I want. Oh, absolutely, yeah,
that's what I like to me. That's what the great
Lewis Martin or Harvey Milk, you know what they would
They would go like, here's what my people want and
need you want my support.

Speaker 5 (48:14):
This is what you gotta do.

Speaker 21 (48:15):
And I think that's something activists also, they'll condemn stuff
and they'll criticize often people that they largely agree with,
but they won't make it clear what they want, reasonable
concessions that they want that would bring their support into
the coalition. And that's how you get things done. It's
not sexy, but that's how you get things done.

Speaker 5 (48:34):
Yeah.

Speaker 1 (48:34):
My thing is pointing them in the direction to actually
listen to the people. When you actually listen to the people,
they speak for folks they never speak to.

Speaker 5 (48:42):
Yeah.

Speaker 1 (48:42):
So when you actually start listening to the people, now
you understand why you're messaging isn't connecting.

Speaker 5 (48:46):
Yeah, now you're understanding.

Speaker 1 (48:48):
Why you might be passing these policies and legislations that
are benefiting people. But they don't even understan they don't
they don't understand why. Yeah, like they have no Uh
that's why I say they're messaging just just sucks. The
way they communicate sucks.

Speaker 21 (48:59):
They don't have a real con I think that's right. No,
because well, one of the problems as the Democratic Party
becomes more and more the party of sort of college
educated urban like you know, metropolitan America, you become more
and more distant from the larger groups of people out there,

(49:19):
and you can't. You don't understand their life, you don't
understand what they want, you don't understand how they think,
and so you're communicating what you think they want, but
you don't know because you're not those people anymore.

Speaker 1 (49:30):
Question can politicians have real integrity? And can politicians really
be honest?

Speaker 21 (49:34):
I think there's a line from God. He said, you know,
I'm not a saint trying to be a politician. I'm
a politician trying to be a saint.

Speaker 5 (49:42):
Wow.

Speaker 21 (49:42):
And his point was, Look, politics is a dirty business.
Kennedy said something similar. He said, Look, everyone wants their
kid to be president, but they don't want their kids
to be a politician, which you only become president by
understanding how to play politics. Lincoln was a great politician.
FDR was a great politician. Martin Luther King was a

(50:03):
great politician. And so I think there's something actually essential
and important about politics. But if you're not in it
for something bigger than yourself, it becomes all about you
very quickly. So you have to have this kind of
north star, this values, this thing that you really trying
to accomplish, or I think it eats you alive. So

(50:23):
our most politicians honus, no, our most politicians decent also
probably know. But is it possible? I mean, we have
some great examples of how it is possible. But I
think what they also lack is the sort of moral
courage oftentimes to risk the job for what they think
is right. So they end up just keeping the job,
not doing what they came here to do.

Speaker 1 (50:46):
People say that stoicism is emotionless, yeah, and passionless. I
highly disagreeably.

Speaker 21 (50:53):
Well, of course, there is this stereotype of sort of
lowercase stoicism, has no emotions, has no feeling. But the
Stokes were in politics, they got married, they loved art,
they loved music, They lived full, fascinating lives. I mean,
Seneca writes these essays about grief because he was grieving
people that he lost, like they didn't exist in a

(51:14):
monastery apart from life. So, of course, but there's a
big difference between being emotionless and then trying to be
less emotional. You know, very rarely am I glad that
I got worked up about something, or very rarely just
getting worked up about something helped me make better decisions
or do things more effectively, so feeling the emotion and

(51:37):
then being blinded by the emotion or driven by the emotion.

Speaker 5 (51:41):
These are big distinctions that we got to make. I agree.
That's right. Well, we appreciate you for joining us.

Speaker 2 (51:46):
If you haven't got to pick up the new book,
right thing right now, good values, good characters.

Speaker 5 (51:51):
You you gotta come by more, right.

Speaker 1 (51:53):
I would love that at a good time, man, Because
you know, I read my daily Affirmations every morning.

Speaker 5 (51:56):
I talk about Thoism and people.

Speaker 1 (51:59):
A lot of people I don't even know what I'm
talking about, Like it's maybe a lot of a lot
of part of our audience. I want to that's something
I want more of us to get into, because it's
really just about being the best.

Speaker 5 (52:07):
Version of yourself. Yeah. Yeah, that's unbelievable. All right, Well
it's the Breakfast Club's warning everybody.

Speaker 2 (52:13):
It's dj n V Jess Hilarias charlamagea god, we are
the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 5 (52:17):
Back to the work. We good morning, and let's get
to Jess with the mess you use is.

Speaker 4 (52:22):
Real weapons, Hilarius, Jessica robber Moore. Just don't do no lines,
don't do talky talk those stations world.

Speaker 5 (52:31):
Why Jess worldwhid mess.

Speaker 7 (52:35):
On the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 5 (52:36):
She's a coaching ship.

Speaker 20 (52:37):
She was able to get y'all to see something and
understand something that.

Speaker 4 (52:41):
Nobody could get you to see this time to set
it off.

Speaker 6 (52:45):
Okay, So Javonte Tank Davis wins. As we know, he
may have had a few things to celebrate this weekend.
On Saturday, he retained his w b A lightweight title
after an eighth round knockout against Frank Barton, who's also so.

Speaker 4 (53:00):
I would say he's a good fighter, but he was
just out boxed by Tank. You know what I'm saying.

Speaker 6 (53:04):
His undefeated score is now thirty and oh with twenty
eight knockouts. Then on Sunday, his on and off again
girlfriend Vanessa Poso announced that she is pregnant with that second.

Speaker 5 (53:13):
Child, congrassing him twice.

Speaker 4 (53:15):
Yeah, yeah, yeah.

Speaker 6 (53:17):
She doesn't explicitly say Davonte is the father, but she
shared a picture of their first show together next to
her pregnant belly with the caption baby G two point zero.
Javontae hasn't publicly said anything regarding the pregnancy. The pregnancy
doesn't seem to be something his fans are celebrating, though
fans are criticizing the pregnancy because of Tank and Vanessa's
toxic past. Vanessa accused Tank of abusing her in the past.

(53:39):
She also called the police on him after one of
their arguments, and she shared a statement apologizing for calling
the police on him back when it happened and basically
retracted her statement like, no, he never did any harm.

Speaker 4 (53:50):
I was just upset. We've been in a toxic place
for a minute. Whatever.

Speaker 6 (53:54):
So one fan bought the situation up and said, I thought,
once you called the police on a black man in
America with the story, the relationship is over.

Speaker 4 (54:02):
But congrats.

Speaker 6 (54:03):
No matter who thee the father is, though, But that's
just seems happy And I'm bothered because she said in
a post lastly, the little family that you created is
the best team you could ever have. Gratulations or not,
but either way, what gratulations or not.

Speaker 1 (54:25):
I talked him like, wonder why this boy come in
here and talk about come here?

Speaker 5 (54:29):
What are you saying to me?

Speaker 13 (54:32):
What he like.

Speaker 5 (54:34):
Jesus Christ? Sorry, we all live radio. Sorry. He just
walked in and started going come in, Hey, what you
mean coming?

Speaker 4 (54:48):
Why ain't just go over there?

Speaker 5 (54:49):
I don't know what the hell he called me? Out
for yo.

Speaker 6 (54:53):
Caitlyn Jenner celebrates Father's Day speaking of she cannot do that?

Speaker 4 (54:58):
Yes he can, she.

Speaker 5 (55:01):
Stayed there. No, no, we get confused.

Speaker 4 (55:04):
We can't tell them people what to do like that.

Speaker 5 (55:06):
I can tell Caitlyn what to do. I don't know
she identifies as a woman.

Speaker 4 (55:11):
But no, yeah, letsten, why not.

Speaker 6 (55:13):
Caitlyn Jenna celebrates speaking of Dad's On Sunday, Kitlyn Jenna
celebrated Forather's Day. And look she posted I love these throwbacks,
uh in honor Father's and it's a picture of Bruce
and Caitlyn.

Speaker 4 (55:28):
I mean, uh, how they're gonna do that? But no,
Bruce and uh Kylie and.

Speaker 5 (55:36):
Well they can't recognize none of that family and throw back.

Speaker 6 (55:38):
Picture Kylie and uh huh they oh we know what
Kylie used to look like? And uh whatt a girl
in a kendle? Yeah, Kylie and Kendall when they was
both younger. And then and then he posted another picture
of them when he's Kaitlyn and it's the updated picture
of all them.

Speaker 4 (55:54):
But he said the best thing he could have done
was be a father, So he gets a father them.

Speaker 11 (55:58):
She got.

Speaker 6 (56:00):
Your youngest and don't say that he just concentrated on
him being the best father ever in the world, and
he will ever be.

Speaker 4 (56:05):
The best father.

Speaker 5 (56:06):
So what are you doing Mother's Day with her? They
have a mother named Chris, but they got a mother
named Caitlyn.

Speaker 3 (56:13):
Mother.

Speaker 4 (56:14):
That's they aunt.

Speaker 14 (56:18):
For real?

Speaker 5 (56:19):
Thank god?

Speaker 23 (56:20):
Mother?

Speaker 5 (56:20):
Father confuse, so let that man be.

Speaker 4 (56:25):
A father on.

Speaker 5 (56:28):
But never mind.

Speaker 4 (56:29):
I don't even know exactly, so just stop.

Speaker 7 (56:32):
Flame Monroe.

Speaker 4 (56:33):
Say that to Flame and Roll be like, I am
my father, I mean now.

Speaker 14 (56:39):
A father.

Speaker 6 (56:40):
My kids call me dad because daddy paid the bills.
Flame always say that.

Speaker 1 (56:44):
Blame text me Happy father Day yesterday. Let me see
what I said, Meg. I said to her, and she said,
I just said thank you.

Speaker 4 (56:51):
Oh, but she said, your father said, and I'm very
much a woman, see you scared?

Speaker 13 (57:00):
No, you know why.

Speaker 1 (57:00):
I didn't know what to reply back. He's a happy
Father's Day. And I was like, I know, Flame got kids.

Speaker 5 (57:05):
What do I say?

Speaker 17 (57:06):
Yo?

Speaker 6 (57:06):
She knows she's a father. She's one of the wook ones.
You have to say Happy Father's Day back and she'll
be like thank you.

Speaker 5 (57:12):
Like she's doing to me.

Speaker 4 (57:15):
Yes, her kids still card Daddy, That's what she's.

Speaker 5 (57:18):
Saying right now. Father Day, you too?

Speaker 6 (57:22):
Speaking speaking of my fathers Marla Wayne's collapsed back boy
at the troll's criticism of Pride celebration month. So we
know that he has a son who recently transitioned, and
he made an instagramd post to celebrate the LGBT well
Pride month, you know, for the LGBT community, and the
post showed him shirtless with the rainbow flag over his

(57:42):
shoulders with the caption happy Pride to all my lgbt
Q plus people's ps. I'm straight, well according to my child,
I'm a cis gender male. I just love and support
my people's. So Martin started saying all of the negative
comments right, and he had time. He decided to make
a few more posts supporting the community and then started

(58:04):
clapping back in the comments. Somebody has said THEMN you
failed as a father is what I'm hearing. And so
we said, I should have my niece f you with
a strap one. It's crazy, that's a crime, but that's crazy.

Speaker 4 (58:14):
And then yeah, y'all, and you know she popped up
in them comings too, but a little later.

Speaker 5 (58:20):
But but you threaten them with a good time.

Speaker 4 (58:23):
Yeah yeah, but I'm just saying though, like he's a comedian, heed.

Speaker 5 (58:27):
Okay, like you can't.

Speaker 6 (58:29):
You can't get mad when he come back and say
something you can't tell me failed as a father, and
then don't expect no type or nothing. That's what I'm saying, Like,
shut up my business, keep it moving, keep scrolling.

Speaker 5 (58:38):
And only soult my father and skills.

Speaker 8 (58:40):
Yeah.

Speaker 6 (58:41):
He also said, you mad. I can do this ish
all day, but instead I think I'll do it all month.
Happy Pride, love and laughter will always drown heat, and
then promoted his special good Grief on prime video.

Speaker 4 (58:51):
He also said, I'm not regular. Don't come for me
just quietly. I'm following f off.

Speaker 6 (58:55):
I will make you question your life and it's pitiful
existence on my platform. I support with the fich s
d heads like this. Try to bully me and I'm
not that guy. And again happy pride d heads and
it's yo, it's niece. She's so funny, Shauntey. She said,
this is dope. Thank you for always supporting and letting
me wear your clothes.

Speaker 5 (59:17):
Okay, you know.

Speaker 6 (59:19):
So, yeah, it's been a nice little gay weekend out there, yea,
in the industry and in the regular world.

Speaker 4 (59:24):
So that's just with the mess second hour.

Speaker 1 (59:28):
Okay, Charlamagne. We're giving that douncan q man. We need
a brother named Joseph Stewart to come to the front
of the congregation. We'd like to have a world in police.

Speaker 5 (59:34):
All right, we'll get to that next. It's the Breakfast Club.

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Speaker 4 (59:53):
The execute show on the Donkey of the Day is
something to God.

Speaker 7 (59:56):
Give you the reason he gave me dunky other day.

Speaker 4 (59:59):
And I just you need to know you need to
tell them, I am you had the boy tell them.

Speaker 5 (01:00:06):
That it's time for don't kill the day.

Speaker 7 (01:00:08):
It's a read, but you're so good at Charlamage. He
wants charlomagde to.

Speaker 4 (01:00:15):
Solomon, who do you give a dusky the other day?

Speaker 14 (01:00:17):
Soon?

Speaker 17 (01:00:17):
Then?

Speaker 5 (01:00:18):
Well, sexy rad I should have worn y'all two.

Speaker 1 (01:00:20):
This one is dark sadly Donkey Today from Monday, June
seventeenth goes to a man named Joseph Stewart. He has
a suspect in the killing of Deliah Dinwitty, fifty six
years old, sending healing energy to her family. She was
the victim of a hit and run because Joseph allegedly
struck her with a vehicle and kept it moving. He
didn't stop the help. He didn't call nine one one.

(01:00:41):
In fact, he kept doing his job. What was his job,
Let's go to Fox to Detroit for the report police.

Speaker 5 (01:00:46):
He could at least stop, turned the wrong and look,
just kept going.

Speaker 24 (01:00:51):
Delia Didntwhitty's widow has not slept much since his wife
was hit and killed run over last week by a
delivery driver a block from where she lives, the same
block they met on forty four years ago. We believe
that he knew that he had hit someone, and he
continued his course of travel to finish his delivery. Detroit
Police Commander Rebecca McKay says this outspect Joseph Stewart didn't

(01:01:15):
call nine one one either. It was paramedics who happened
to be in the area spotted her off lynn Wood
near Davison Street.

Speaker 5 (01:01:22):
Delia did not make it.

Speaker 24 (01:01:23):
She always had a fear of this intersection because at
eleven years old, she witnessed the trauma of a lifetime.

Speaker 4 (01:01:29):
My grandma, wife's her mama die at the end of
that corner the same exact.

Speaker 7 (01:01:33):
Way, Or told.

Speaker 24 (01:01:34):
Delia's husband just clings to her purse, stay and night.
He can't believe this is real life.

Speaker 5 (01:01:40):
I hope he run so.

Speaker 7 (01:01:42):
Doing what he did with my wife.

Speaker 1 (01:01:45):
Rest in peace, Delia didn't, Wittie. I'm not here to
judge Joseph. I'm just here to ask questions. I understand
you take pride in your job. You're probably the best
peacha delivery man in all of Detroit. You want to
make sure those pies get the people hot, fresh, and
in the timely man. But sir, if you hit a
human with a vehicle and don't stop because you have
to make sure someone gets their red sauce and mozzarella pizza, like,
are you serious? I understand being scared, but lying to

(01:02:06):
yourself about it not being a problem doesn't make said
problem go away, especially when you know you just you know,
hit somebody and just left them laying in the street.
I just want to know what part of the human
brain says delivering this pizza is more important than acknowledging
I just potentially might have hurt someone, Okay, potentially might
have killed someone. You chose pizza over a person, Pepperoni's
over principals, cheese over your own conscience.

Speaker 5 (01:02:28):
And what makes the story even more tragic because you
just heard it. This woman was killed or two things.

Speaker 1 (01:02:32):
She was killed on the same block she met her
husband at forty four years ago, So think about how
long they've been together. And according to Fox to Detroit,
you just heard Dilia was killed at the exact same intersection.
Her own mother was killed at also by a vehicle
decades earlier. Can you imagine you're already dealing with this
generational trauma of losing your mother in that way, and

(01:02:54):
then you lose.

Speaker 5 (01:02:55):
The Daughtry exact same way decades later.

Speaker 1 (01:02:58):
The woman had a fear of the Lynnwood and Davison
intersection because of what she saw at eleven years old,
watching her mother get killed by a car there. Her
granddaughter spoke about it, and she said she always said
she didn't want to die over here, and she did
not want to die like that, and she did both.
That is scary and also makes me really think about
how your thoughts truly can become things. But that woman

(01:03:20):
couldn't shake the trauma she saw, not without professional help,
and even with professional help.

Speaker 5 (01:03:24):
Watching your mom die like that.

Speaker 1 (01:03:26):
Of course you're gonna think about that for the rest
of your life, and you damn right, you're gonna hope
and pray that you don't go out the same way.

Speaker 5 (01:03:33):
Joseph. I just need to know what was you thinking?

Speaker 20 (01:03:36):
Now?

Speaker 5 (01:03:37):
If Joseph is convicted, he could spind up to fifteen
years in prison. Think about that.

Speaker 1 (01:03:41):
Joseph went from delivering a hot and ready nine inch
meat love of pizza the customers to now possibly becoming
a meat lover getting delivered nine inches hot, ready or
not all because he lacked compassion. Okay, and love and
compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them, humanity cannot survive.
And the lack of humanity in this story proves that

(01:04:03):
quote to be true. Please give Joseph Stewart the biggest
he hall. Wow.

Speaker 5 (01:04:11):
So damn sad, beyond sad, beyond beyond beyond that. All right, well,
thank you for that donkey today.

Speaker 2 (01:04:18):
Yes, indeed, all right, now, when we come back, let's
let's Claire minds a little bit.

Speaker 5 (01:04:22):
Claire minds a little bit. Claire minds. That's in peace
of that family too, man, that'st in peace to the
the Dinwidi family. Condolences. Yeah, of course, all right, let's
Claire Claire minds. All right, soapl up the phone lines
eight hundred five eight five one oh five to one.

Speaker 13 (01:04:37):
Now.

Speaker 2 (01:04:37):
Earlier during the room was we reported that what Cardy
had said about this new generation.

Speaker 11 (01:04:43):
Well, I just read an article saying that the House
just passed a bill that they're going to automatically register
man from eighteen to twenty six for war.

Speaker 3 (01:04:53):
And all I want to say is to America, good.

Speaker 4 (01:04:56):
Luck with that.

Speaker 11 (01:04:56):
These new one are tiktoker's baby. These mo ain't gonna
fight no war. We're gonna die.

Speaker 3 (01:05:02):
You wonna die. You might as well just keep investing
money in your guns because.

Speaker 5 (01:05:06):
These these new kids.

Speaker 11 (01:05:08):
You want to send these new kids to fight these wars,
the TikTok hipshakers.

Speaker 4 (01:05:13):
I your mine.

Speaker 3 (01:05:15):
This is a new America, baby.

Speaker 11 (01:05:16):
This ain't the nineteen mother, Not like, seriously, you're gonna
draft these kids that be tiktoking all day to fight them?
What I'm most like you what them Russians? Them months
they'll be fighting bears and and mother climbing mountains to
go to school and whatever.

Speaker 3 (01:05:29):
I got some news for your mother.

Speaker 2 (01:05:32):
So let's open up the phone lines. Eight hundred five
eight five one oh five one. Do you agree with
car to be that this generation is a little.

Speaker 5 (01:05:39):
Too absolutely too soft for war? We are screwed. That
is the question. Eight hundred after cyber wary. We can
touch these people. You can't rock with China when it
comes to cyber war.

Speaker 2 (01:05:50):
No, let's discuss eight hundred five eight five one o
five one. It's the Breakfast Club the morning, the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 12 (01:06:03):
It's topic time called eight hundred five eight five five
one to join it to the discussion with the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 5 (01:06:11):
Morning.

Speaker 2 (01:06:12):
Everybody is dej n V Jess Hilarius, Charlamagne the guy.

Speaker 5 (01:06:15):
We are the breakfast Club.

Speaker 2 (01:06:16):
Now, if you're just joining us, we're talking about something
that Cardy B said earlier. We pleaded in the rumors.
Let's get back to it. It's talking about this uh
new generation.

Speaker 11 (01:06:25):
I just read an article saying that the House just
passed a bill that they're going to automatically register man
from eighteen to twenty six for war.

Speaker 3 (01:06:35):
And all I want to say is to America. Good
luck with that.

Speaker 11 (01:06:38):
These new one lords are tiktoker's baby. These mothers ain't
gonna fight no war. We're gonna die. You wonna die.
You might as well just keep money, investing money in
your guns.

Speaker 3 (01:06:48):
Because these these new kids.

Speaker 11 (01:06:50):
You want to send these new kids to fight these
wars that TikTok's hipshakers, I of mine.

Speaker 3 (01:06:56):
This is a new America, baby.

Speaker 11 (01:06:57):
This ain't the nineteen motherfucker not Like, seriously, you're gonna
do you have these kids that be tiktoking all day
to fight them?

Speaker 18 (01:07:02):
What?

Speaker 3 (01:07:03):
I'm most like you what them Russians?

Speaker 11 (01:07:04):
Them mothers, they be fighting bears and sh and mothers
claiming mountains to go to school and whatever.

Speaker 2 (01:07:10):
So the question is eight hundred five eight five one,
five to one. Is this generation too soft for war?
That's pretty much the question.

Speaker 5 (01:07:16):
She's absolutely right.

Speaker 1 (01:07:17):
I don't even know why America would even be considering
something like this. This is not the generation to send
out on the front lines to fight for not a
goddamn thing. Okay, all right, This is like Carty said,
this is a generation that's tiktoked out. They instagrammed out,
They like to be on social media. They like their filters.
They don't even like the elements because they barely go outside.
What the hell are they gonna do? Can you imagine

(01:07:39):
taking selfies at war? You know they're going live from
the battleground. Yeah, you know what I'm saying, Like, no, no,
Prti's absolutely right. Find something, y'all bet off just in
the drones, create super robots to go in there and
handle y'all business.

Speaker 6 (01:07:52):
I'm thinking about light even like the celebrities like I
would just imagine that some people who would be on
the front line, that.

Speaker 5 (01:07:59):
Little uzzy might be past the age old. I don't know,
I don't know, he like, I don't know, let me
see two years it's right.

Speaker 1 (01:08:12):
And I guess that's another thing. All you youngsters that
love to be like I'm young, you old? I bet
you wishould be old. And they bring that drive back.

Speaker 2 (01:08:19):
Okay, yeah, now this generation, I don't think it's you know,
the crazy part about it is salute to all the
students that used to do r O t C r
O t C right reserves.

Speaker 5 (01:08:27):
I used to see them at all the time him anymore?

Speaker 4 (01:08:30):
Is it just me to be so proud of their uniform?

Speaker 5 (01:08:32):
And I don't really see him like that anymore.

Speaker 1 (01:08:35):
Yeah, Rocked RTC, the Berkeley High School all TC uh
does a lot for me, you know in my hometown
because you know, whenever I do my book bag giveaways
or I do my turkey giveaways.

Speaker 5 (01:08:46):
When I do do them, I do it every year,
they volunteer for me. Just made a Well.

Speaker 1 (01:08:55):
I was about to say, I just made a donation
to them to help them go, like go on trips
and stuff like that, which I did, but I didn't
want to say that.

Speaker 5 (01:09:01):
What I did.

Speaker 2 (01:09:01):
Yeah, but I don't see them as much as you do,
is what I'm saying, Especially around here, I don't really
see the.

Speaker 5 (01:09:10):
Yeah, but they're not ready for Let's go to the
phone lines. We got Hello, who's this Shlotte from Atlanta?
Good morning, Hey, good morning.

Speaker 2 (01:09:17):
You think this generation is too sore for absolutely absolutely.

Speaker 18 (01:09:22):
Let me tell you something.

Speaker 19 (01:09:23):
They are not able to fight a fighter war or
a hand combat war. These kids, uh you know feel
like if they quit a job because they need some
me time, they.

Speaker 18 (01:09:35):
Need the family time. Uh So, No, they ain't able
to fight war. And what they're gonna find is what
they fighting on the internet. There's nothing like being in
combat with some Russian and the Trump administration. You watch
who is talking about bringing back stopping print. That's who
they're gonna see when they find something on our brothers.

Speaker 5 (01:09:57):
So yeah, David, all right, thank you? What'll stopping first
had to do with it?

Speaker 22 (01:10:01):
Now?

Speaker 5 (01:10:02):
I don't know? Hello? Who's this?

Speaker 1 (01:10:04):
Hello?

Speaker 25 (01:10:05):
This is juice? Juice from rich Man?

Speaker 5 (01:10:07):
How old are you? Juice? He's not ready for WAM
twenty You ready for you?

Speaker 16 (01:10:11):
Right there?

Speaker 5 (01:10:11):
You're right on you you right, you're still eligible eighteen?

Speaker 14 (01:10:15):
Now what is my little gas war?

Speaker 5 (01:10:17):
What do you mean you're gonna go out there with
your little pink gun and you're gonna handle business.

Speaker 15 (01:10:21):
No, they're not gonna give me no pink gun. They're
gonna give me a black like you a man today?

Speaker 14 (01:10:25):
Hell no, you know that's what.

Speaker 5 (01:10:28):
You want to You want to hold something big, black
and long, don't you?

Speaker 8 (01:10:32):
Hell?

Speaker 17 (01:10:32):
Yeah?

Speaker 5 (01:10:32):
But mother, Okay, when you turn twenty.

Speaker 15 (01:10:36):
Seven Sebruary hopefully, oh man, you still got time. Yeah,
we do not speak that negativity, Sarlotte. Man, We're gonna
speak positivity.

Speaker 5 (01:10:46):
They're not going to draft me. You said what I'm
going to turn twenty seven before? That's not gonna draft me.

Speaker 1 (01:10:53):
You don't want to be around all them handsome men
in uniform right in the front of me.

Speaker 15 (01:10:58):
No, not if I got a fight with them. You
supposed to fight for me.

Speaker 1 (01:11:02):
For me, you can be a districtions out there on
the front line, holding them big long black things in
their hands off everywhere you want to know, I want
to break out.

Speaker 15 (01:11:14):
Look, look, I'm thinking that.

Speaker 10 (01:11:20):
How man, I'm thinking that?

Speaker 5 (01:11:21):
How?

Speaker 15 (01:11:22):
Oh no, did not see me to nobody's war?

Speaker 5 (01:11:25):
I'm having Well, you know it's you know if you
if you don't go, they could put you in jail.
Well you got you got a few more moments. You
only got to hide out for a few more months.

Speaker 15 (01:11:34):
Well look, I mean it's either I could be in
there with the military commn or I could be able
to man. But either way, I ain't fighting the war.

Speaker 5 (01:11:42):
All right? Thank you don't tell?

Speaker 4 (01:11:45):
Why are you gonna put them back in the closet.

Speaker 1 (01:11:47):
The moral of the story is, and we're not done
with the topic, but the moral yet, the generation, this
generation is not the generation America.

Speaker 5 (01:11:53):
Y'all have not raised no goddamn people ready to fight,
no war. We got more calls to take. I'm just
telling you can't come up with a moral. Yeah, I
know America. I live here, all right, I gotta hi.
You don't live here.

Speaker 2 (01:12:03):
Eight hundred and five eight five one oh five one.
Cardi B said this generation is too soft to go
to war. What's your opinion?

Speaker 5 (01:12:10):
Let's discuss. It's the Breakfast Club Morning.

Speaker 7 (01:12:18):
If you'all talking about it, you know we talking about it.

Speaker 12 (01:12:21):
It's topic times called eight hundred five eight five one
o five one to join into the discussion with the
Breakfast Club Morning.

Speaker 5 (01:12:28):
Everybody. It's DJ n v J, Hilarry Charlamagne the God.

Speaker 2 (01:12:32):
We are the Breakfast Club. If you're just joining us,
we're talking about Cardi B.

Speaker 5 (01:12:35):
She said this earlier. We played it on the rumors.
Let's listen about this generation being too soft.

Speaker 11 (01:12:40):
I just read an article saying that the House just
passed a bill that they're going to automatically register man
from eighteen.

Speaker 3 (01:12:48):
To twenty six for war. And all I want to
say is to America, good luck with that.

Speaker 11 (01:12:53):
These new and Lord start Tiktoker's baby. These mothers ain't
gonna find no war. We're gonna die. You won't die
as well. Just keep money, investing money in your guns, because.

Speaker 3 (01:13:03):
These these new kids.

Speaker 11 (01:13:05):
You under send these new kids to fight these wars
that TikTok's hipshakers.

Speaker 3 (01:13:10):
I am I. This is a new America, baby, This
ain't the nineteen motherfucker.

Speaker 11 (01:13:14):
Not like, seriously, you're gonna draft these kids that we
tiktoking all day to fight them?

Speaker 3 (01:13:18):
What I'm most like you are them Russians.

Speaker 11 (01:13:20):
Them they'll be fighting bears and and mother claiming mountains
to go to school and whatever.

Speaker 5 (01:13:25):
She's absolutely right.

Speaker 1 (01:13:26):
And you said something about the RTC early man, I
just want to salute my Mayor Ricky Belling me in
the Air Force Junior ROTC at Berkeley High School and
most corner South Carolina.

Speaker 17 (01:13:34):
Man.

Speaker 1 (01:13:34):
They always hold me down when I do my backpack
giveaways and my turkey giveaways every year.

Speaker 5 (01:13:38):
At the school. So salute to them. So we're they're
not ready for war, these eight hundred and five.

Speaker 1 (01:13:45):
I'm just letting them know they not ready for We
have Pamela on the line, Pamela, good morning, good morning.

Speaker 5 (01:13:50):
Is this new generation ready for hell?

Speaker 17 (01:13:53):
No?

Speaker 14 (01:13:54):
My year old doesn't even know how to sour by
himself property. My two year old is better equipped.

Speaker 15 (01:13:59):
To go to war.

Speaker 1 (01:14:01):
You don't not a shower, but whoa whoa wo If
you don't not a shower, right, that's the parents faut now, y'all.

Speaker 14 (01:14:08):
You send him to shower, he don't watch back and
behind his ears and his.

Speaker 5 (01:14:11):
Neg I heard, Pamela. You gotta get onto that as
you got to teach him how to watch properly listen
if they list in the next decade, We're.

Speaker 18 (01:14:26):
We're doing, We're all doing.

Speaker 5 (01:14:27):
I agree with you, Yank, Pamela. Hello, who's this?

Speaker 22 (01:14:30):
Good morning?

Speaker 14 (01:14:31):
Good morning?

Speaker 22 (01:14:31):
If Annie Yanni, I want to say good morning to
my queen and my kings and have you related for
the day, so the kwady things totally will Because I
am a mother of these little Choka team old children
and the game players, they would not.

Speaker 13 (01:14:51):
Be ready for anything. It would just be total sworter.

Speaker 22 (01:14:54):
And I think even a little want to be thugs
in these videos wouldn't be up to be in doing
somebody because it's just for the videos. If they want
people to get out and kill somebody, some of these
dudes out the joy.

Speaker 5 (01:15:08):
I've always thought about that too.

Speaker 1 (01:15:09):
I've always thought about like, if you wanted to send
soldiers like these dudes that are doing like these life
sentences for these violent crimes, you let them out. After ward,
You round them up, you put them on the plane,
you know, give them all the weapons they need, drop
them off.

Speaker 5 (01:15:23):
And have at it. And then when they get hold
you let them out. Right, I ain't gonna make it
back home. Probably more than what the hell I'm saying.
The situation is sentence.

Speaker 1 (01:15:33):
What if you already got a death sentence, if you
already got a hundred years, are you on death roll?

Speaker 5 (01:15:37):
Like you already gonna die? Anyway? They're just gonna throw
them out there and get shot my machine.

Speaker 1 (01:15:42):
At least that you know how they say you pay
your debt to society. Wouldn't that be the ultimate paying
your debt to society other than just sitting there? You
know it's for one hundred years off taxpayers money.

Speaker 2 (01:15:50):
You think somebody gonna say, you know what I'm gonna
lead is jail where I get three meals a day
to go fight.

Speaker 7 (01:15:54):
In the world. You don't have a choice.

Speaker 5 (01:15:56):
Is no way back? You act like they have a choice.
What are you talking about?

Speaker 4 (01:16:00):
What are you talking about?

Speaker 5 (01:16:01):
You ain't listening to America's not sending no people in jail.

Speaker 4 (01:16:05):
Not somebody don't agree with me.

Speaker 5 (01:16:06):
You ain't listening.

Speaker 7 (01:16:07):
We heard you. Sorry, we heard you.

Speaker 5 (01:16:08):
You're not listening.

Speaker 1 (01:16:09):
What am I talking about? Clearly don't make How do
they don't make sense? The person is already doing a
life sentence, They're already on death row. You take them
and you say, hey, you go fight this war. How
did that make sense? Presidents have right, sir. They're not
just going to go send them to war for death
sentence to get their hand. They already got a death sentence.

Speaker 5 (01:16:24):
But they get three meals a day and this they
have appeals.

Speaker 1 (01:16:27):
But you said, you said they have a choice in
that matter. They don't have a choice of America sends
them over there. They already stayed property, They already property
the government.

Speaker 5 (01:16:33):
America's not center them over there.

Speaker 17 (01:16:34):
I know that.

Speaker 5 (01:16:36):
He's not listening. Listening neck, Hi, good morning.

Speaker 13 (01:16:42):
Hey girl, good morning.

Speaker 5 (01:16:44):
What's up we're talking about? Is America too soft for war?

Speaker 13 (01:16:48):
First of all, they delegate all their resources outside because
America in Second, what car he is talking about is
the selected surgeon a requirement for people to listen to war, Okay,
which is something my father had to fell out when
he was the team. But because the world has turned

(01:17:11):
into a digital world, nobody's training anything anymore.

Speaker 5 (01:17:16):
Nobody's saying anything like.

Speaker 13 (01:17:19):
Nobody's like coming after people for not doing it, because
back when it happened, that's the peace like people had
to do it. It's a lot of paper, you know,
men have when they became eten has full out a
form that there is okay, only too now. And as
far as this new defense bill, I mean, I agree

(01:17:42):
with Cardi is just nobody is just gonna up and
gonna fight award for America.

Speaker 1 (01:17:48):
It don't matter if they wanted to or not. They're
not equipped, is what Cardi was saying.

Speaker 5 (01:17:52):
Yeah.

Speaker 1 (01:17:53):
Right, it's a hypothetical scenario. All Cardi is simply saying
is they wouldn't be equipped if that came to be.

Speaker 2 (01:18:00):
A lot of people do require their uh their young
men to go to war or to go to learn
some type of military activity.

Speaker 5 (01:18:07):
I know, you know, some countries do do that. Our
country does it.

Speaker 2 (01:18:11):
And it's very scary because it seems like we might
possibly be getting into a lot of wars in the
next couple of years. But I don't know if we
are equipped. I don't know if our students are equipped.
I don't know if our kids are equipped. I don't
think so you say you don't know, let me rephrase that.

Speaker 5 (01:18:23):
I know that we're not.

Speaker 8 (01:18:24):
I know we not.

Speaker 5 (01:18:26):
Scary.

Speaker 3 (01:18:27):
I know we not.

Speaker 6 (01:18:28):
But even even going back to what you said about
the people in jail, so I mean in prison or whatever,
they would have to go through some type of training too, right.

Speaker 5 (01:18:39):
No, he's saying, just drop them off, Scrap some bombs
on them. Scrap some bombs on them. The same way.
Listen when they do gi hot, what do they do.

Speaker 1 (01:18:48):
They scraped bombs on little kids whatever, like, Scrap some
bombs on them. You already got a life centerce, buddy,
you're already going on death roll. Scrap some bombs on them,
drop them off, go at it.

Speaker 4 (01:19:00):
So killing each other. I don't know.

Speaker 5 (01:19:03):
Goodness, all right?

Speaker 7 (01:19:05):
Is there a moral to the story.

Speaker 1 (01:19:07):
The moral of the story is, y'all, people ain't ready.
The story CARDI b is absolutely right. Hypothetical or not, You're.

Speaker 5 (01:19:14):
Just not ready.

Speaker 2 (01:19:16):
You're just not the Only thing I can think of
is I just remember this video, Remember the video of
the protesters and the police was out there and they
just started dancing it for the police.

Speaker 5 (01:19:23):
Yeah, that's what that's what I picture of my head. Yeah,
that's what Warre and they just start.

Speaker 4 (01:19:27):
Dancing shakers doing the latest joint.

Speaker 1 (01:19:30):
Yes, there's people that think that America's military that's already
here now isn't ready for so imagine if you just
go grab some kids off the street and say, okay,
now it's your time to shine.

Speaker 5 (01:19:43):
All right, but we got just with the mess coming
up what we're talking about.

Speaker 6 (01:19:46):
Scarlett apologizes to her fans. They bullied her into apologizing
for what it's working a little bit.

Speaker 2 (01:19:53):
Wow, Okay, I spoke to her yesterday. By the way, too,
all right, we'll get into that next the breast.

Speaker 5 (01:19:58):
No, no, just be happy for all this day. Allday, Yeah,
she did, she did.

Speaker 7 (01:20:01):
She did the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 5 (01:20:06):
Morning. Everybody is the e j n V. Just Hilariy
Chelamane the guy.

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Kendrick's Birthday.

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is not like us.

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They play not like us on the radio and later
way we play snooze here on Pot one five on
Crazy every hour on the hour, then Crazy seconds Man
that concert gonna be crazy on Wednesday.

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I got six minutes, come on, yes, we off Let's
get to just with the mess.

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Just don't do no world Why jes word, they can't
you just on the breakfast Club.

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Speaker 20 (01:20:55):
She was able to get y'all to see something and
understand sign that nobody could get wide.

Speaker 6 (01:21:02):
It's they got some worldwide news York tomorrow, La and
all that listen for real. Vietnam veteran comes out in
his obituary, put your phone on Trotmaine.

Speaker 4 (01:21:10):
This is serious and all me.

Speaker 6 (01:21:11):
Veteran and firefighter says that he will forever rest in
peace after revealing a lifelong secret in his obituary. At
the bottom of his funeral details, there was a message
written by Colonel Edward Thomas Ryan all the first names.
It's crazy, he said, I'm must tell you one more thing.
I was gay all my life, through grade school, through
high school, through college, through life. I've always been gay.

(01:21:33):
He also revealed that he was in a long term relationship,
a loving and caring one, with another man named Paul
Cavarno or Cavagno for twenty five years. The relationship ended
when Paul died in nineteen ninety four from a medical
procedure gone wrong. He said he looked forward to being
reunited with Paul in death and wanted to be buried

(01:21:54):
next to him. Colonel Ryan added, I'm sorry for not
having the courage to come out as gay. I was
of being ostracized by my friends, family and co workers.
Seeing how people like me were created, I just couldn't
do it. Now that my secret is known, I'll rest
Oh forever, Rest in peace. He was eighty five and
gay when he died.

Speaker 1 (01:22:15):
Thank you for your service, sir. We appreciate you your
sacrifices for this country. Why didn't you make him you're
gay of the day.

Speaker 4 (01:22:21):
Why are you minding my business? Because I saw I
was gonna.

Speaker 1 (01:22:23):
Don't I know exactly you see what I'm saying?

Speaker 4 (01:22:30):
Perfectay, yeah, but he going. Now, you know, I have
to on somebody. Why they're still here. I mean, I'm
gonna do some dead gays, but not not you know, am.

Speaker 1 (01:22:40):
Rest in peace of that brother, buried on his stomach
next to his boyfriend, like you wanted.

Speaker 4 (01:22:45):
Her, didn't I say that.

Speaker 7 (01:22:50):
Oh my god.

Speaker 4 (01:22:51):
Anyway, Scarlet ass fans for forgiveness.

Speaker 6 (01:22:54):
So she recently did a promo video to promote our
new song it's called She's Hot, and then a promo
video she she has on booty shirts senebro Let, and
she started working. Her fans showed their disappointment because they
seem to feel like she's following the other rap girls
and uh, she doesn't need to work to sell records.
Scarlet saw the criticism and she decided to address it.

Speaker 4 (01:23:15):
Hey guys, so there's a few things I would like
to address.

Speaker 13 (01:23:18):
What my support was.

Speaker 25 (01:23:19):
I know a few days ago y'all saw me shaking
my booty on the internet. I want to say I
apologize to all y'all and anybody I offended.

Speaker 1 (01:23:27):
I did not mean to.

Speaker 23 (01:23:28):
Now.

Speaker 25 (01:23:29):
I know everybody's like, no, we don't want you doing that.

Speaker 6 (01:23:33):
Da da da.

Speaker 25 (01:23:34):
I understand that, right, Like, I'm not just out here
just wilding, like no one's forcing me to do anything.

Speaker 17 (01:23:40):
Don't put me in a box. I'm always gonna give
y'all that street. But I want to like tap into
what's in me. It's something in me that.

Speaker 19 (01:23:50):
Just wants to come out.

Speaker 5 (01:23:53):
What kind of world are we in when apologizing for
working on the internet.

Speaker 4 (01:23:56):
I have no idea. And maybe if you watch the video.

Speaker 6 (01:23:58):
She actually starts off the video with like her hood
swag and then like they just took a little piece
of the video like they do any other you know,
anything that they make controversial, and they put that on
the blugs and they ran with that.

Speaker 4 (01:24:12):
This is the sample of the song, which I.

Speaker 5 (01:24:13):
Think is cool. I want to go to jail.

Speaker 1 (01:24:16):
I want to shoot up a man while he walking
and go to jail for murder and beat the charges.

Speaker 5 (01:24:20):
Absolutely, that's what she should be apologizing for. The next
suffocate him. Yeah yeah, nobody told you. Yeah, man, start
the draft, the draft. Oh yeah, three.

Speaker 4 (01:24:38):
Yo, shout the scholar, shout out of the scholar.

Speaker 6 (01:24:41):
But Alisia Keys and jay Z reached one billion streams
on Spotify, drop of clues, bomb.

Speaker 7 (01:24:46):
That's what's up?

Speaker 6 (01:24:47):
That's up, And then as Alicia Key celebrated, she hinted
that possible music between her and jay Z, like new
music coming up. She tweeted one dream one song, one
billion streams, thank you, we love you. What's next, and
that caption came along with the video of Alicia Keys
walking up the jay Z and posing. It's a black

(01:25:07):
and white video if you haven't seen it. Of course,
social media took it upon themselves to fix the video
by adding.

Speaker 4 (01:25:12):
Little Mama to the moment. I thought it was hilarious, yep,
and just in time. It celebrates the one billion streams.

Speaker 6 (01:25:20):
Alicia Keys and jay Z performed Empire State of Mind
last night at the twenty twenty four Tony Awards.

Speaker 5 (01:25:30):
This something crazy, It's home.

Speaker 6 (01:25:39):
So the crazy thing about this is Alicia Keys, Like,
I feel like she played a little bit because the
Tony Awards was in New York, right, Okay, she started
off the song in the venue or whatever, but she
wasn't there on the stage.

Speaker 4 (01:25:52):
It's just a bunch of people dancing on the stage.

Speaker 6 (01:25:54):
But jay Z is somewhere else, like, you know, she
starts off the song in the venue, she walking or whatever,
and then when it gets to his you know, his verse,
he's like somewhere else. And then she ends up walking
in on his shot and just dancing and performing the
rest of the song. But they actually weren't seen on stage. Yeah,
they probably didn't want see what they want, look noo.

Speaker 5 (01:26:17):
She walked off, okay, and then when.

Speaker 4 (01:26:22):
Okay, Yeah, I don't know why jay Z didn't come.

Speaker 5 (01:26:24):
Like he was pre shot and then she walked into
the they shot it before him.

Speaker 2 (01:26:28):
That's a good question. He probably shot it before him. Yeah,
I got walking off his quote unquote walking into where
he was performing.

Speaker 4 (01:26:34):
They were like, lord, mama is.

Speaker 5 (01:26:35):
Going to be here, so we last time I was
on stage that you little mama came out of nowhere.
I don't want to take no chance. I need to
be in a protected area. I'll tell you.

Speaker 2 (01:26:46):
One day, they both looked very fresh. They had on
that Gucci Louis she had I think she had a
Gucci outfit on. He had a Louis jacket. Looked very
very fresh, looked like a young man yesterday.

Speaker 4 (01:26:56):
And she is forever aging backwards like she looks so good.

Speaker 5 (01:27:00):
They're both timeless, that's right, Yeah, they're both timeless.

Speaker 14 (01:27:03):
Yeap.

Speaker 4 (01:27:03):
So that's just the masterfit today.

Speaker 5 (01:27:05):
Thank you, Jess. All right, let's jump right into the
mixes The Breakfast Club, The.

Speaker 7 (01:27:08):
Morning Wake Up. Wait cool, if you're like's into the
breakfast Club.

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Speaker 2 (01:27:32):
Warning Everybody's DJ NV Jess Hilarious, Charlamage the guy.

Speaker 5 (01:27:36):
We are the Breakfast Club. I just want to salute everybody.

Speaker 2 (01:27:38):
I seen that in Vegas for the Fallback End of
Love Comedy Jam of course Harded, and then everybody's seen
in North Carolina. I was in Vegas and North Carolina
over the weekend, so salute everybody. I ran in to
a high point North Carolina, and of course Stats out
in Charlotte. Appreciate you. Gas my guy Chewy out there
at STATS in Charlotte. And salute everybody I saw in
La over the weekend.

Speaker 5 (01:27:58):
Man, I was running around La.

Speaker 1 (01:28:01):
I did Bill Maher on Friday, I did KTLA News
on Friday, and I had my book signing at Barnes
and Noble at the Grove. Man, it was a sold
out event. LA always shows me big love and I
appreciate it. I'm wearing this T shirt right now that says,
run us our reparations. It is from a sister who
bought me this T shirt. She has a clothing company
called the black Print black Print Official, So salute to her.

Speaker 17 (01:28:25):
Man.

Speaker 1 (01:28:25):
I really liked the T shirt she had it on
and I was like, Yo, that's dope, and she already
had one for me. So thank you very much, Queen.
Go support her when her line drops I think on Wednesday. Actually, yeah,
so salute to her.

Speaker 20 (01:28:37):
Now.

Speaker 5 (01:28:37):
You gotta represent a gay day.

Speaker 6 (01:28:39):
Absolutely, And the game that I'm celebrating today is Gerard Carmichael.

Speaker 5 (01:28:44):
Oh, yes, there you go. That's the gay period do
when we come back?

Speaker 2 (01:28:49):
Yes, all right, this a breakfast O, good morning morning.
Everybody's j n V, Jesse, Larry Charlamage the guy. We
are the breakfast Club. It's time to rep a gayd day.

Speaker 6 (01:28:57):
Yes, so we are honoring Gerald Carmichael. Now, his first
name I ain't gonna lie. I didn't know was Wrothaniel. Yes,
that was the name of his special but I just
didn't know that that was his first name. I've never
heard of that. So he is a comedian, an actor, writer,
and filmmaker. In twenty twenty two, he came out as
gay in the comedy special Rothaniel now that I know

(01:29:19):
that's his first name, Hero and discussed his relationships with
both men and women in his work. Recently, a clip
from his latest HBO series, Jeral Carmichael Reality Show went
viral for confessing his feelings to his best friend Tyler
the creator, but unfortunately he didn't get the best response.

Speaker 4 (01:29:37):
And if you don't remember, here's the clip. It's because
I told you that feelings for you and we didn't
talk about it ever.

Speaker 7 (01:29:43):
That was like weird. I feel like you roughly hanging
out there a little bit like.

Speaker 1 (01:29:47):
Like when you said that, I think I replied with
like something super mad normal regular.

Speaker 5 (01:29:53):
Like you left, call me stupid bitch.

Speaker 8 (01:29:56):
I did.

Speaker 13 (01:29:59):
Well.

Speaker 6 (01:29:59):
You went some and you lose some, but you're here
to be gay another day and we love you. Gered Okay,
happy pride, happy pride. All right, now, let's get up
out here, shut them and you got a positive note?
I do have a positive note. I want to tell everybody.

Speaker 1 (01:30:12):
First man, make sure you go pick up make sure
to go pick up my new book, get on us
a dial line while small Talk sucks.

Speaker 5 (01:30:17):
Available everywhere you buy books now.

Speaker 1 (01:30:20):
In the positive note, simply this you glow differently when
your confidence is fueled by belief in yourself instead of
validation from others.

Speaker 5 (01:30:28):
Have a blessed day, breakfast club, you don't finish, or
y'all done

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