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Speaker 1 (00:02):
Wait, wait, wait, White.

Speaker 2 (00:06):
You guys really are like the hip hop early morning
late night talk to Rankless.

Speaker 3 (00:10):
Club is the most powerful hoplttle urban radio show in the.

Speaker 2 (00:16):
Baby not from the black mothership in New York City's
you taking me?

Speaker 4 (00:19):
Charlomagnea, go Jess hilarious?

Speaker 5 (00:21):
Thank y'all for being cultural leaders, man.

Speaker 2 (00:23):
I appreciate what y'all do for the culture collectively known
as Streaklace Club.

Speaker 6 (00:27):
I'm always nervous when I do the Breakfast Club because
sometimes you say.

Speaker 7 (00:31):
Stuff and it's just gonna get you.

Speaker 8 (00:33):

Speaker 4 (00:34):
Wait coming.

Speaker 9 (00:36):
Good morning Usa yo yo yo yo.

Speaker 10 (00:39):
Yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo
yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo
yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo
yo yo.

Speaker 4 (00:45):
Yo yo Jess hilarious. Hang over that, Charlomagnea guy, Peace
to the planet.

Speaker 8 (00:50):
Guess what day it is?

Speaker 4 (00:51):
Guess what day it is? Wow? Good morning, good morning morning.
Feeling how you feeling? Just I feel good? Just got
the bright, pretty pretty pink on right now this morning. Yeah.

Speaker 11 (01:06):
Try you know, spice it up for hump Day, you know,
flash it up from right out here.

Speaker 4 (01:11):
I thought you're doing it for pride or something, you know.

Speaker 5 (01:14):
I'm not over there with them.

Speaker 4 (01:15):
For the studge. Rep for the stude, just right, for
the stude.

Speaker 5 (01:19):
I don't Why would I rep for them? Baby life, that's.

Speaker 4 (01:23):
Not on me. That's all was popped. I was your
book signed yesterday in DC. Man, it was good man.
I'm tired of hell.

Speaker 3 (01:29):
I was at the ARC yesterday with books for sale
by Mahogany Books. Salute to everybody who came out in
DC yesterday. But on the way back, you know, the
flight kept getting delayed. They pushed the flight back to
like one in the morning, and actually I don't think
the flight took off till.

Speaker 4 (01:45):
I don't think the flight took off till three something.

Speaker 3 (01:47):
But that had nothing to do with me, because I
ended up having to drive back, and then I drove
back with a driver who put the wrong address in
so you know, and you fall asleep and you wake
up in the middle of the country, and you wake
up in the middle of Sylvania somewhere. It was for
those who don't know, for all around the America who
listened to us.

Speaker 4 (02:07):
If you're coming from like you know, the.

Speaker 3 (02:09):
Maryland DCC area, and you're driving, it's supposed to be
like a straight shot up I ninety five. Yes, but
if you make a wrong turn, you'll end up in
like Pennsylvania, in the country somewhere. So yeah, we ended
up out there and didn't get back to like for
something in the morning.

Speaker 4 (02:26):
How do you make a wrong turn? Stay on the turn.

Speaker 3 (02:32):
I don't know what, but you know what it was
he put in my uh he put in the South
Carolina address. No, he put it in the right address,
wrong city, Jesus.

Speaker 4 (02:44):
So we ended up in the country in Pennsylvan.

Speaker 3 (02:46):
We ended up in one of them places that when
I finally woke up and you know, had to put it.

Speaker 4 (02:49):
In my ways and told him were going the wrong way.

Speaker 3 (02:51):
When he went to turn around, I'm like, don't turn
around to nobody yard this time, and they get shut.

Speaker 4 (02:56):
It sounds like you're still in the car now. No,
I'm not in the car though, Okay, all right.

Speaker 3 (03:04):
I brushed my team, did burst my tea. I an't
watched my face. I did my face regiment.

Speaker 4 (03:08):
Yet did my face regiment because.

Speaker 11 (03:13):
You said full of you need to Yeah I have.

Speaker 12 (03:17):
I'm not congested. Well, bryceon Tilla will be joining us
this morning. Never heard of him Bryce until his album
came out A couple of months ago.

Speaker 4 (03:27):
He's on tour.

Speaker 12 (03:28):
My kids actually went to his tour last night. Went
to his show last night at Madison Square Garden. Uh,
they said it was how did they describe it? They
said it was very dark, like you didn't even know
who was really standing next to you at times because
it was like the lights were so low. And they said, uh,
it was no opening act, it was just the DJ.
And they said for the hour while the DJ was

almost like you ready for Brice and Tiler, everybody like, yeah,
not yet. Took him a while to come out, but
they said after when he came out, they said the
show was dope.

Speaker 5 (03:55):
They had a good time.

Speaker 11 (03:56):
Yeah, I said, Naya, my little sister. She went and
lost my camera. Do what they said, And it was fun.

Speaker 5 (04:01):
They ended, I mean wanted to produced to say Eli,
you know, because he loves him.

Speaker 13 (04:05):
Bryce till a fan, he'd be bricked up. He'd be
bricked up for Bryson time bricked up. He said it
was lit a nice say. He didn't go on so
nine to twenty. They started a concert at eight. So yeah,
Jay did his thing for hours and came out.

Speaker 4 (04:18):
That's crazy.

Speaker 5 (04:18):
She said. It was a vibe though they said it
was vibe.

Speaker 4 (04:20):
All right. I never met Bricon till in my life.
I used to. When I think of him, all I
think it was a hat and a hoodie. Yeah, I
can see that. Yeah, makes sense, So that's what. Yeah.

Speaker 12 (04:33):
And I think we met him one time. I think
we did meet him one time. And guess what I
remember from that meeting? Hat, hood hat, the hoodie.

Speaker 5 (04:40):

Speaker 12 (04:41):
All right, Well, let's get the show cracking. When we
come back, we got front page news. Of course, Morgan
Wood from the Black Information Network will be joining us.

Speaker 4 (04:47):
We got to talk about Donald Trump.

Speaker 12 (04:49):
He's asking the judge to give him a little leniency
and she'll explained why when we come back.

Speaker 4 (04:53):
So don't move. It's to breakfast club. Go morning.

Speaker 12 (04:55):
Warning everybody at cj n V. Jesse Laris Sholamin, the guy,
we are the breakfast up. Now let's get in some
front page news.

Speaker 4 (05:03):
Morning Morgan, good morning.

Speaker 7 (05:05):
How y'all feeling this morning?

Speaker 8 (05:06):

Speaker 14 (05:07):
Okay, oh, sorry about that. You know who else is
probably former President Donald Trump. He is asking the judge
for the gag order to be lifted in his New
York hush money case. He wants to terminate the gag
order against him because the trial is over, and a
letter to Judge Juan Merchant, Trump's lawyer said the concerns

made by the court do not justify the continued restrictions
of President Trump. It also said the case to It
also said that the case to lift the gag order
is even stronger after President President Biden addressed the verdict
and witnesses have publicly talked about the case.

Speaker 8 (05:43):

Speaker 14 (05:43):
Trump was found guilty of all thirty four counts he
faced a falsifying business records to cover up hush money
payments to porn star Stormy Daniels last week. He's set
to be sentenced in July, on July eleventh, again, days
before the rnc's official nomination, which I'll think about that.

Speaker 7 (05:59):
Should try be allowed to talk about this?

Speaker 12 (06:01):
Yeah, he said he wanted to respond to Biden. He said, Biden,
you know, responded and talked about his case and talked
about him. So he feels like he should be able
to respond. And the case is over, so I don't
understand why he would be able to.

Speaker 3 (06:12):
I think he got a sound point. Cases over. The
witnesses have talked about it, we all know about it.
He's been convicted.

Speaker 4 (06:18):
Let him chat. I don't see the problem with letting
him chat.

Speaker 3 (06:21):
He already right, he already got people ribbed up as
people already ribbed up.

Speaker 4 (06:25):
Anyway, let him chat.

Speaker 7 (06:27):
He talks a lot.

Speaker 4 (06:28):
Moving on.

Speaker 14 (06:29):
It was two years ago this month that the Supreme
Court overturned wrote the Wade, leading to near total abortion
bands across the nation. Yesterday, senators heard from a Texas
woman who nearly died before she could find a doctor
to perform the procedure. Let's hear from Madison Anderson some
of the testimony that she shared.

Speaker 15 (06:48):
We talk about abortion, and it is easy to get
stuck in theoreticals, but I am a real person. The
lives of abortion patients are not theoretical. People will continue
to get pregnant when they are not ready or just
simply don't want to be. We will always need abortions.
This is simply no place for a politician to decide
for us.

Speaker 1 (07:09):

Speaker 14 (07:09):
Well, Madison Anderson of Houston went on to urge lawmakers
to protect the right to an abortion.

Speaker 7 (07:14):
This comes as the Senate.

Speaker 14 (07:15):
Is expected to vote today on the Right to Contraception Act.
It would guarantee a woman's right to birth control and
a doctor's right to provide contraception referrals and services related
to Earth control, because you know, some doctors are now
being prosecuted for those procedures in certain states. And if
you or someone you know has AT and T, listen up.

Customers should no longer be facing nationwide issues that impact
their ability to call non AT and T users. That
problem happened yesterday afternoon, with the FCC saying they will investigate.
Verizon also said some of its customers experienced issues in
the Midwest and Northeast when calling or texting customers served
by another carrier. Now, this marked the second time in

three months that AT and T has faced an outage.

Speaker 7 (08:03):
Did that impact any of you guys?

Speaker 12 (08:05):
It did for me, and it did for me number
that one morning everything was out. We came in and
people would do okay, m hmm, yeah, definitely affected. All right, Well,
thank you.

Speaker 7 (08:18):
Morgan, Thank you, see y'all next hour.

Speaker 12 (08:20):
And I just would to tell everybody out there, I've
seen it on the news. If you live in the
Tristate area, we were talking about this congestion pricing that
will really affect the country if it goes through New
York where they charge you to actually come into the city.
The Governor of New York is considering keeping it on
hold for right now until they do more research. And
as you see, as they started to talk about that,
I see in la is starting to talk about charging

people I think three dollars per mile for every mile.

Speaker 5 (08:44):
That you drive.

Speaker 12 (08:45):
Yeah, so this, the the whole congestion prices is going
to affect the country if it passes in New York,
because I think other cities will see if it works,
and if it works, they'll charge you, you know, obscene
amount of money to come to the city.

Speaker 5 (08:57):
So hopefully it stays on hold.

Speaker 12 (09:00):
Do any cities in America currently do it? No, everybody's
looking at New York is the template. So uh, they
were going to see I was doing.

Speaker 4 (09:07):
I know.

Speaker 12 (09:07):
I think like over two hundred cabs drove up to
Governor School's office yesterday to actually protest about this, because
it would it would be it would be obscene. It
would be like in addition to the tolls and everything
that you pay already, it'll be like an additional fifteen
dollars at a certain time. And they're saying peak hours,
and peak hours is five am to nine pm in
New York, Yes, five am to nine pm.

Speaker 4 (09:29):
That's the whole decade.

Speaker 3 (09:30):
And that's what pisses me off, right because they're trying
to reduce traffic congestion and encourage the use of public transportation.
So you know, you're you're just you already make a
lot of damn money, and and the city looks terrible.
Where's some money, where's the money going? Looks like why

is it not the public trampis what you're saying. Yeah, yeah,
but if we looked like Dubai. You know what I'm saying,
I don't think people would have problem, you know, paying
this more money if if we looked like Dubai and
if we were a safe city.

Speaker 5 (10:04):

Speaker 3 (10:05):
But the fact that neither one of those things are happening,
and you want to charge this more money, Hell no, Nah, dude,
this cannot be.

Speaker 9 (10:10):
This cannot be something that happens all over the country.
All right, Well, get it off your chest. Eight hundred
five eight five one oh five one. If you need
to vent phone lines of why to open again, eight
hundred five eight five one oh five to one, call
us up right now.

Speaker 4 (10:24):
You can vent whatever's on your mind.

Speaker 5 (10:26):
I'll at us.

Speaker 4 (10:26):
It's the breakfast Sluggle Morning, the breakfast Club. This is
your time to get it off your chest, whether you're
man or bless. I hate the way that you walk,
the way that you talk, I hate the way that
your chest. Everything when me is best? Call up next
eight hundred five eight five five one, Not just.

Speaker 8 (10:45):
Me, I'm what the coach of philis.

Speaker 4 (10:48):
Hello? Who's this?

Speaker 10 (10:49):
Hey, good morning?

Speaker 16 (10:50):
It's James called from North Carolina.

Speaker 4 (10:52):
James from North Carolina. What's up? Get it off your chest? Brother?

Speaker 1 (10:55):

Speaker 16 (10:55):
I just wanted to say, Man, the Marley family.

Speaker 7 (10:58):
Is so musically gifted.

Speaker 17 (11:01):

Speaker 16 (11:01):
That that why g Morley. That gives you to think. Man,
it doesn't matter if I'm in a bad mood. Whenever
I hear that joint, my spirit.

Speaker 4 (11:10):
Is immediately uplifted.

Speaker 1 (11:11):

Speaker 16 (11:11):
I mean, man, you know.

Speaker 4 (11:15):
Damien, brother Damien.

Speaker 16 (11:16):
I used to listen to him all the time.

Speaker 4 (11:18):
But man, you know they're all talented.

Speaker 12 (11:21):
Rohan, Damien, of course, Pops Bob like, they are all talented.
You can just just listen to their music all day long.
So yeah, they are a talented family.

Speaker 4 (11:30):
Fertile too.

Speaker 3 (11:30):
Oh yeah, yeah, So I give God the things it's
called Oh yeah, to think give thanks. I gotta go
check that up. I love that. I love a song
giving glory to God.

Speaker 5 (11:43):
Yeah, it's called Praise John the Money.

Speaker 10 (11:46):
Hello, who's this yo?

Speaker 1 (11:48):

Speaker 4 (11:48):
Y what's up? Brother? Get off your chest man?

Speaker 6 (11:51):
Yeah yeah, my chest mann?

Speaker 4 (11:54):

Speaker 1 (11:55):
The females man, and not every day I just want
to come to y'all on the street is trying to
hollop at you.

Speaker 16 (12:00):
Man. The other day, I was I put that safe
walking and she was walking with her kid, and I
trying to tell her.

Speaker 7 (12:05):
I'm like yo.

Speaker 16 (12:06):
She was like, yo, I mean this girl got him.
I'm like, yo, I'm telling.

Speaker 18 (12:09):
You to put the kid on the inside of the
I got a man, you walk on the apple stode.

Speaker 16 (12:13):
I'm not even trying to holler at you, dude, Like, Yo,
what's up with time walk?

Speaker 14 (12:17):

Speaker 16 (12:17):
Like, not every dude is trying to holler. Some dudes
are just nice.

Speaker 3 (12:21):
And this thing that he's done for the situation is man,
you go, it's crazy what he's saying.

Speaker 11 (12:27):
But all right, So she she thought she was trying
to get with her and he was basically trying to
tell her put her child on the inside of the curve.

Speaker 4 (12:34):
He was saying, I put on the inside.

Speaker 12 (12:37):
She wasn't even strutter, and I was like, yo, sort
like I got a man like Yo, I'm just trying
to go.

Speaker 3 (12:48):
Yeah, that's not like she was just triggered though, man,
I mean, can you imagine. I mean, you know if
you used to if you walking down the street and
you always getting hollered at, like, I can understand why
she would be triggered.

Speaker 12 (12:57):
Because sometimes you just gotta mind your business, us to
walk on kids down the street the way she wants
to walk down the kids.

Speaker 4 (13:02):
The kids down the street. You're pulling up no more. Yeah,
you know what I mean.

Speaker 5 (13:06):
That's a New York thing. Oh, because I ain't never
hear nobody stutter.

Speaker 4 (13:11):
What I the year? The year? I'm I'm gonna stop
talking in public. Man.

Speaker 3 (13:19):
We was walking into airport yesterday, right and you know
Sim Sim was with us.

Speaker 4 (13:24):
You know, Sim works with.

Speaker 3 (13:25):
Us at the breakfast club, and we had the greet
with us the airport greeter and I go, I'm talking
to Sim and I go, let's go big back around
and degree to turn around and goes what she was like,
I chanted some weight, but I'm not a big back.

Speaker 4 (13:42):
What's wrong with you? Then that big back so triggering? Boy?

Speaker 3 (13:48):
You should just try that every now and then this
yelled big back in the public space, and see who
turned around?

Speaker 12 (13:53):
Now get it off your chest? Eight hundred and five
eight five one five. I was I con heard you apologize?

Speaker 4 (13:59):
No, no, I wasn't talking. You always talk about.

Speaker 3 (14:00):
You, I say, man, Salutor, Patty Man, Patty is a
great greedy in DC. Salutor, Patty, Patty, you do not
have a big bag.

Speaker 12 (14:07):
All right, get it off your chest. Call us up now,
it's the breakfast club, good boarding, the breakfast club, wake up,
wake up. If you're time to get it off your
chest because of your man or blessed, we want to
hear from you on the breakfast club.

Speaker 19 (14:24):

Speaker 4 (14:24):
Who's this liter?

Speaker 16 (14:26):

Speaker 4 (14:27):
Keith? What's up?

Speaker 10 (14:27):
Getting off your chest?

Speaker 1 (14:28):

Speaker 16 (14:29):
Hey Man? I just wanted the good y'all. My Mount
Bukimore viewers had a breakfast club.

Speaker 4 (14:34):
Okay, Mount Rushmore of breakfast club interviews. All right, go
William okay.

Speaker 16 (14:40):
Amand Field Okay, we l you glick.

Speaker 4 (14:44):
Dl he was Lee okay and my favorite, damon Dad.
Those are your favorites of fourteen years. Them your favorite?
Now listen, I might the dam it dashman, Mike can
go up there.

Speaker 17 (14:55):
I liked.

Speaker 3 (14:55):
I liked those other ones, but Mount Rushmore interview, I
respectfully disagree. I love those interviews, but Mount Rushmore. Nah,
No'm Mount Rushmore at breakfast club interviews.

Speaker 4 (15:07):
Yeah, thinks so easy.

Speaker 16 (15:08):
That Oh that's mine.

Speaker 4 (15:10):
You know, I know y'all have your opinion. You're right,
that's your opinion. We thank you, Keith.

Speaker 16 (15:15):
I checked out the turn of Tom Howard held dude,
he had a problem with his math. Yeah, he had
a problem in his math.

Speaker 4 (15:22):
I don't know you.

Speaker 3 (15:23):
Yeah, I don't know nothing about what Terrence Howell was
talking about, so I can't say if he was right
or wrong.

Speaker 4 (15:27):
It was entertaining, though, Hello, who's this?

Speaker 16 (15:31):
Which is amazing?

Speaker 4 (15:33):

Speaker 16 (15:34):
Yes, I like to talk about that gag order. I
think I think the gag order should should stay it
because the characters dead. Uh, this guy in tights a
lot of things when he opened his mouth and stuff,
and plus he hasn't gotten sentence. I think he should
wait till he gets sentenced to then take the gag
order because he's a he's not white.

Speaker 4 (15:55):
For him, Amica.

Speaker 16 (15:56):
Man, here's the guy that anybody that gets involved with him. Okay,
they go to jail. Okay, I'm talking about from the
people that's lawyers and emything. He's not good for this nation,
for anyone that want to vote for man that will
try to convert out to montra. See, he doesn't need
to be in the office. This is this is my
concern about this man.

Speaker 3 (16:17):
Okay, Yeah, I mean, listen, I disagree. I mean I agree.
I think he's not he's not right for America. But
I disagree about the the guy guy.

Speaker 1 (16:24):
I go the thing.

Speaker 4 (16:26):
The case is over and by the way, he's not
gonna listen to it anyway.

Speaker 3 (16:30):
He's not gonna listen to it anyway. And if he
violates it, they're not gonna enforce it. So what's the point.

Speaker 4 (16:35):
They got Sheila on the line, Sheila, good morning.

Speaker 19 (16:38):
They're wording how everybody's doing today.

Speaker 4 (16:42):
Hey, hey Jack, it's beautiful, be.

Speaker 5 (16:46):
Beautiful, thank you?

Speaker 7 (16:48):
All right.

Speaker 19 (16:48):
I wanta get this off my chest. I have a
book club and I read Charlemagne book in one day.

Speaker 7 (16:58):
It is for not.

Speaker 19 (17:01):
Thank you, I mean Charlemagne. We have thought about your
book one and your book two, but book three we're
reading it in the month of July and my book
club it is phenomenal. You have evolved and I am
so proud of you.

Speaker 4 (17:18):
Thank you very much.

Speaker 3 (17:18):
What's the name of your book clubs and family? Thank you,
sisters and family. I appreciate you all for reading my
new book. Get on us a dieline. Why small talk sucks?
I really appreciate that. Thank you, Thank you, thank you.

Speaker 19 (17:31):
Chapter chapter six should be a curriculum for all eighth
graders going forward. I mean we were discussing just chapter six.

Speaker 4 (17:41):
You talk about the curriculm.

Speaker 3 (17:44):
I yeah, yeah, not that one though, Not the DEI
that people are thinking about. Not the DEI that people
are thinking about. Not diversity, echoity, inclusion. I'm talking about delusion, entitlement,
and idiocracy that chapter.

Speaker 4 (17:58):
Thank you very much.

Speaker 19 (18:00):
I'm telling everybody, go hub a Tree. I love your book.
I love that you have a mall. Thank you for
your book.

Speaker 4 (18:06):
Thank you very much. I really appreciate that.

Speaker 3 (18:09):
All right, make sure you go out there and get
a copy and get on us a die line. Watch
small talk sucks if you haven't already available everywhere you
buy books.

Speaker 12 (18:17):
Now, all right, we'll get it off your chest. Eight
hundred and five eight five one oh five one. Now
we got just with the mess coming up? Are we
talking about Yes.

Speaker 11 (18:25):
Commen has said that the only reason why him and
Drake ain't beefing the more is because of drake father.

Speaker 5 (18:31):
Yeah, Comming, I didn't even know that him and Drake.
I didn't know they had to be Yeah, and I
tell ya.

Speaker 12 (18:36):
What are you talking about? After everybody? Remember when Common
and Drake had a beef that whole on state scheming,
that burst off state scheming.

Speaker 5 (18:45):
Drake's talking like when we come back, when we come back,
baldy damn.

Speaker 4 (18:53):
We'll get to that.

Speaker 12 (18:54):
NeXT's the Breakfast Club, come morning, the Breakfast Club. Everybody,
it's d J n V Jess, Hilarie Charlamage the guy.
We are the Breakfast Club. Let's get you j just
with the mess yous is real?

Speaker 5 (19:07):
Whether Larius just ca Robin Moore just don't do no lines,
don't do.

Speaker 8 (19:10):
That talk nobody talk world why jes worldwide me.

Speaker 4 (19:19):
On the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 20 (19:20):
She's the coaches sh She was able to get y'all
to see something and understand something.

Speaker 10 (19:25):
That nobody could get you to see this time to
set it off.

Speaker 11 (19:29):
Okay, So, for those who didn't know, Drake and Common
had a little beef for a few years back around
twenty eleven, and twelve. Common felt like Drake was subliminately
dissing him, so we took some shots at him and
the song stays caaming.

Speaker 5 (19:42):
But he didn't know where it came from, but we
got the song play back the bars.

Speaker 12 (19:48):
It bothers me when the guards get to hag like
the Bras.

Speaker 8 (19:51):
Yes, every team doesn't come complete with like guards.

Speaker 12 (19:54):
That's why I see no need to compete with because,
like y'all, I just asked them, when you see me,
you speak up that that's oh, don't be.

Speaker 8 (20:01):
Dunking like you're never wanting in.

Speaker 4 (20:03):
It's feeling like rad Shane's.

Speaker 10 (20:04):
It wasn't time.

Speaker 4 (20:05):
It was rogged back when it reached. It was for
the weapon.

Speaker 8 (20:10):
Nine days three reached just to study records.

Speaker 3 (20:13):
We should have told him we didn't want to hear
him say the N word no more. Back then that
was crazy, three or four in words within a matter
of three.

Speaker 4 (20:19):
Boss, that was crazy.

Speaker 5 (20:21):
That was crazy about preaching and all that.

Speaker 4 (20:24):
It was a black side. Now you can't be biracial
before edwards in three seconds.

Speaker 5 (20:28):
What you say, he only can say neg yes.

Speaker 3 (20:32):

Speaker 11 (20:32):
Comed was on a recent episode of Drink Champs and
he spoke on where the beef for Drake probably came
from I don't know.

Speaker 21 (20:38):
What motivated him to send me some shots, but I
think what for sure had me if I'm just being real, like,
you know, we'll mess with one of the same guys
blah blah blah, the same story. Yeah, the same story
that you hear blockbout it. And then once I found,
you know, once I felt like they really remember they
dropped the state scheming and my homie called me black Coe.

Speaker 4 (21:01):
He was like, he was like, man, he's talking talking
to you on that mm hmmmm.

Speaker 11 (21:06):
So commendated Serena from two thousand and seven and twenty
ten uh, and then Drake was roomaned to be dating
her in twenty eleven.

Speaker 3 (21:14):
It seems like majority of issues UH Drake has with
other guys revolve around women, and it's usually women that
he don't even end up with in the long run,
So what's the point.

Speaker 5 (21:26):
And all of them are right with kids in like
happy noess.

Speaker 4 (21:28):
Not all of them. The push of Tea wasn't over
a woman. Kendrick wasn't over a woman.

Speaker 1 (21:33):
I was of the women.

Speaker 4 (21:34):
Tea was over a woman.

Speaker 5 (21:36):
It was yeah, Kanye, Yeah, I was thinking, like I was.

Speaker 4 (21:41):
Like, what woman was it you were asked, man, go
ahead anyway.

Speaker 5 (21:44):
Common also spoke on when he finally saw each other
face to face.

Speaker 21 (21:48):
Had for all this, and I eventually saw Drake face
to face, and I was at a point where, you
know where I was like, what's up? And we just
we had little little words and then and then his father,
his father was there and was like, I need to
squash this. And I was like, man, this is an
elder talking to me. This is man fire. Let me,
let me chill out. And then Drake just was like

we talked and he was like, man, I ain't known this,
blah blah blah. So we just squashed. I was like, listen,
if we faced and facing it, and even if it
was some subliminal this is I said what I had
to say. Right now, we're saying we're squashing it, it's
we're good.

Speaker 4 (22:26):
So, by the way, don't ever think Common soft. Okay. Pause.

Speaker 3 (22:31):
I saw Common. I saw Common myself back in the day.
This is way, way, way way back in the day.
He was doing the show at the House of Blues
and Murtle Beach and somebody in the crowd said something
to Common and Common was freestyling and as he was freestyling.
He walked up to the dude and smacked him, and
and was freestyling about smacking him as he smacked him.
That's crazy what the guy did. I for the guy

was heckling him. I forgot that it was a white
dude heckling him. You know, do they do nothing after comments?
I was saying, would you, Oh, yeah, yeah, they do nothing?

Speaker 12 (23:02):
Common got that Chicago eye, Like that Chicago eye that
you when you look at the eye, you be like, oh,
you've been through some stuff.

Speaker 5 (23:07):
I'm believing switch a little bit.

Speaker 12 (23:09):
Yeah, yeah, Commic got that he'll break dance to beat
your ass and then continue to break down.

Speaker 4 (23:13):
Why are you looking at that man?

Speaker 5 (23:16):
Shut every day?

Speaker 4 (23:18):
This guy's jealous. It's how crazy. Colmic got a little
twinkle in his eye.

Speaker 11 (23:27):
On the Dream facing allegations, a woman named Shanai's Mangro
claims to be speaking out against Dream in an attempt
to prevent future horrific abuse. In a new lawsuit, she
accuses the Dream of rape, sexual battery, and sex trafficking.
The lawsuit was fouled yesterday in Los Angeles. Shenai's reportedly

made music under the name Channy Monroe.

Speaker 5 (23:50):
She claims she set the Dream.

Speaker 11 (23:52):
She met the Dream in twenty fifteen as he promised
to make her a star on the level of Beyonce Rihanna.
She said the relationship became abusive shortly after. She claims
that she was forced to have sex with the Dream
on multiple occasions, was held down and forced to have
sex without a condom with him, forced to have sex
on camera, and threatened to have the video leaked. She

also accuses him of having her monitored during the hotel stay.
She was signed to the Dream with distribution through Epics,
so she claims she spoke to higher ups about the
abuse and was dismissed. The Dream denies these claims and
said the claims are untrue and defamatory. I oppose all
forms of harassment and have always strived to help people

realize their career goals as someone committed to making a
positive impact on my fellow artists in the world at large.
I am deeply offended and saddened by these accusations.

Speaker 5 (24:45):
I don't know, but this is my like a Tyrone
Blackburn case.

Speaker 4 (24:50):
Oh the tournoid. What does the Tyrone Blackburn case break
it down from me?

Speaker 11 (24:55):
So basically all of them sound like this. All of
his cases, like majority of his cases sound exactly like this.
So if you just repay, replay everything I just said,
and you look at the trail of clients that he has,
that Tyrone Blackburns, all of the cases sounds similar.

Speaker 5 (25:15):
But yeah, so this will be unfolding and stories still developing.
We'll see.

Speaker 4 (25:20):

Speaker 3 (25:21):
I don't know what's true and what's not true, but
I do know that, you know, in a lot of
these situations, whether it's a dream or you know, you
saw what happened the making the Stallion a couple of
months ago, you know, lawyers will reach out to the
team and tell them that, hey, there's somebody out there
that have these allegations against you. If you, you know,

settle with us in some type of financial way, I
think they call it restorative justice, then you know it
won't go public, correct, But you know, usually when they
don't agree to settle, then you know the situation comes
to public once again. I don't know what's true and
what's not true. I'm just telling you how the game
is played behind the scenes exactly.

Speaker 11 (25:56):
I don't know what's true was not true either, but
it's always like you know, they meet the person. The
person is trying to tell them that they will be
a star on other stars levels, and then they're forced
to have sex and forced to do it on camera.
They don't know what's going on there either, you know,
it's sex trafficking. It's it's always like it's it's kind
of like the same story. Like I said, I don't

know what's true or not true. And everybody ain't lying.
But you know, hopefully everybody, everybody will be telling the truth,
right everybody, everybody, everybody ain tell the truth.

Speaker 4 (26:27):
And there and there and there is a lead.

Speaker 3 (26:29):
There is a legal pattern that happens in these situations,
like like I said, they will reach out to your
team and say, hey, if you don't.

Speaker 4 (26:36):
Settle with us, you know we're gonna go to the press. Yes,
you know so.

Speaker 5 (26:40):
But that is just with the mess of the first hour.

Speaker 12 (26:42):
All right, thank you, Jess. Now when we come back,
we got front page news. Morgan will be joining us,
and then Bryce until it will be in the buildings.

Speaker 4 (26:49):
They don't move. It's the breakfast club. Come on the
breakfast Club.

Speaker 1 (26:53):
Your mornings will never be.

Speaker 4 (26:55):
The same morning.

Speaker 12 (26:57):
Everybody's j n V Jesshelri to God, we are the
breakfast club.

Speaker 4 (27:02):
Now, let's get in some front page news to Morgan.

Speaker 7 (27:05):
Good morning, y'all.

Speaker 14 (27:06):
So, yeah, President Biden has signed an executive border to
limit the flow of migrants at the US Mexico border
and remarks from the White House. Biden said he made
the decision after Congress failed to pass a bipartisan border
bill earlier this year.

Speaker 7 (27:19):
Let's hear from the president.

Speaker 22 (27:21):
We came to a clear bipartisan deal. It was the
strongest border security agreement in decades, and then republic Is
in Congress not all of it walked away from it.
Why because Donald Trump told them to extremely cynical political
move and a complete disservice to the American people who

are looking for us to not to weaponize the border,
but to fix it.

Speaker 4 (27:46):
So today I'm.

Speaker 22 (27:47):
Moving past republic instruction and using the executive authorities available
to me as president to do what I can on
my own to address the border.

Speaker 3 (27:55):
Good drop on include bomb for President Biden. It's about
that somebody to be funding about the border. You know,
if the Republicans don't want to work with you, flection
your presidential power.

Speaker 4 (28:04):
Good, I'm with you.

Speaker 14 (28:07):
So the move does prohibit migrants who cross the US
Mexico border illegally from requesting asylum once the number of
daily encounters tops twenty five hundred between official ports and entry. Now,
the order would not block entry of migrants presenting themselves
lawfully for asylum at ports and entry now. Biden has
accused Republicans of sinking the border bill on behalf of

Donald Trump, who the President says wants to exploit the
issue ahead of the election. Holding has shown, though, most
Americans disapprove of Biden's handling of immigration, as border crossings
do surge.

Speaker 7 (28:39):
So yeah, like you said, Charlem Mayne's about time something, right.

Speaker 4 (28:43):
Yeah, And it's.

Speaker 3 (28:43):
Amazing how just back in January, you know, people would
tell me that saying things like that about the border.

Speaker 4 (28:50):
We're maga messaging.

Speaker 1 (28:51):

Speaker 3 (28:52):
Look, everybody knows the border should be secure. Everybody knows
the borders the problem, folks, just like how one side
talks about it more than the other does.

Speaker 7 (29:00):
Well, the President did something about it, so now we
can move on.

Speaker 14 (29:03):
Meanwhile, a grant program with a mission to help black
business owners who are women is being paused after a
court order sites it may violate the Civil Rights Act
of eighteen sixty six.

Speaker 7 (29:12):
Now here.

Speaker 14 (29:12):
This tech Crunch reports the Fearless Funds Strivers grant program
they've been on the show before, is being accused of
discriminating against non black women businesses by the American Alliance
for Equal Rights Now.

Speaker 7 (29:24):
The founder of aa ER, Edward Bloom.

Speaker 14 (29:27):
He also contributed to the efforts in overturning affirmative action
at colleges and universities.

Speaker 7 (29:32):
Now since October, the grants.

Speaker 14 (29:34):
Have been paused, and Fearless Fund argues that the grants
are charitable donations protected by the First Amendment.

Speaker 7 (29:40):
So I will continue to watch this case and see
how it plays out.

Speaker 14 (29:43):
I remember them being on your show, Arian Simone and
Iana Parsons, the creators of that fund. They invest in
amazing businesses that are owned by black women like Sleddie
Vegan and the lip Bar. It's very unfortunate because, as mentioned,
ninety six percent of white men usually received venture capital,
and yeah, the rest are four percent. We've followed the

rest black women, minorities, things of that nature. So yeah,
can we get a little bit more money.

Speaker 3 (30:09):
Yeah, it's horrible what was hapving into those systems? Man,
terrible anything that creates a black progress in this country,
you know, they want to scrip away. And I mean,
I don't know how you message that simply to people
other than saying it just like that. They trying to
stop the money that's sitting black people. They trying to
stop your money. They trying to stop you from getting money.
They're trying to stop people that are helping you get
to the money. And it's right there, blatant in your face.

Speaker 14 (30:33):
And in a more positive note, an African American man
from Maryland who served as a medic in World War
Two has posthumously been awarded the Distinguished Service Cross for
his actions during the Allied.

Speaker 7 (30:44):
Invasion of Normandy. Now this is in honor of D Day,
which is tomorrow.

Speaker 14 (30:48):
During the D Day invasion, twenty one year old Waverley
Woodson Junior spent more than thirty hours treating fellow soldiers,
saving an estimated two hundred lives, despite being wounded himself.

Speaker 7 (30:57):
Now Maryland US Senator Chris Van Hollins says and earned a.

Speaker 14 (31:00):
Place among the most notable American war heroes for his
courageous display of valor on D Day, but never received
the full recognition of his actions merited because of the
color of his skin. Woodson's son, Steve says, hopefully this
will pay the way for further recognition of his heroism
on D Day for saving lives in the pursuit of
freedom for the oppressed, that recognition being the Medal of Honor.

Waverley Woodson died in two thousand and five at the
age of eighty three.

Speaker 7 (31:27):
We salute you, whitson absolutely.

Speaker 4 (31:29):
God bless God, blessed Waverley Woodson.

Speaker 14 (31:31):
All right, Yes, that's your front page news. I'm Morgan
wood from the Black Information Network. You can follow me
on social at Morgan Media and for more news coverage
follow the Black Information Network at Black Information Network and
binnews dot com.

Speaker 4 (31:43):
All right, thank you, Morgan.

Speaker 7 (31:44):
Thanks you aussia tomorrow.

Speaker 12 (31:45):
All right now, when we come back, Bryce and Tilla
will be joining us as album The Bryson Tilla Album
that's the name of his self. Title is out right
now and he's on tour, so we'll talk to him next.

Speaker 4 (31:55):
It don't move. It's the Breakfast Club in Morning, The
Breakfast Club.

Speaker 1 (32:01):

Speaker 4 (32:02):
Everybody is DJ n v ess hilarious, Chola mean the guy.
We are the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 12 (32:06):
We got a special guest in the building, Brother Bryson
Tiller welcome.

Speaker 4 (32:10):
We showed this is Bryceon Taylor. What do you mean never?
I don't think. I think I met Bryson once before
we walked out still and I was like, is that
really Bryceon Taylor? You've never been up here? No, he's
never been there.

Speaker 1 (32:22):

Speaker 3 (32:23):
I met Bryson once somewhere where was we at? We
met Bryson? I don't remember. Maybe that wasn't him, Maybe
it wasn't him. It was a radio show, I think
a radio show. Good morning to you, sir.

Speaker 11 (32:32):
I want morning welcome, which you can say yourself introvert. Yeah,
sometimes yeah, sometimes all right. I feel like you don't
pop out nowhere I do.

Speaker 1 (32:41):
That's a common misconception. I'll be honest.

Speaker 4 (32:44):
You do it anxiety like I do.

Speaker 1 (32:46):
Yeah. Yeah, So you don't want to be around people.
I understand it depends on you know where I'm at.

Speaker 3 (32:53):
About this morning, this morning right now, and it's very
I'm chilling positive you want to be here, Bryceon?

Speaker 1 (32:58):
Yeah, yeah, if you need.

Speaker 12 (33:03):
I want to stalk from them from the beginning of
price and how did you how did you get on?
How did you get your deal? How did you get signed?

Speaker 1 (33:08):
For people that don't know for people that don't know
how to get signed. I got signed to r c
A through my guy Tani, and uh, you know, I
just basically dropped the song on SoundCloud, you know, blew
up and was just taking off like every week. It
was just like growing crazy. And then uh yeah, I
just got a lot of phone calls from a lot

of different people, and you know, RCA is where I
went with.

Speaker 4 (33:31):
That's pretty So do you still care about music?

Speaker 1 (33:35):
No? Really, not really, to be honest with you, I
do love music. I was just telling somebody the other day.
It's kind of like a relationship, you know, like a
certain relationship, you know, you put so much into it,
you're not getting that out of it. You feel like
you got to step out or get a little side
beats something like that, right, And that's kind of how
I feel about video games. Yeah. Yeah, I've been designing
my own game for about the shirt. I've been designed

my own game for about three years now. So yeah,
I just I love it. You know, it warms my
heart every time I work on it. I'm super happy.
It's just a great thing for me.

Speaker 4 (34:05):
You know, a few weeks ago, you know, now just
a moment.

Speaker 3 (34:07):
She's a DJ up and she was playing with your
records and she was like, yo, you got you had
an album, And I was like, he got an album.
And that's what made me ask is brycedon't even care?
Because it seems like it wasn't any effort to promote
the album. I don't feel like it was real, real
marketing behind it.

Speaker 1 (34:20):
You know, it's crazy. I just saw something the other today.
Actually it said something about one of my favorite movies
all time, actually not one of my favorite movie all time,
The Iron Giant flopped in the box office because it
wasn't really promoted like that and it's a classic and
it's my favorite movie, which is crazy, and that just
is an interesting parallel to I'm just like, damn, you know,
I kind of I probably should promote.

Speaker 12 (34:41):
My I was gonna ask, what you having such big
records and such a call following? Is it your reasoning
not to? I want to say, be a bigger artist
because your music is huge, But sometimes I feel like
the face is not as big as the music.

Speaker 1 (34:58):
That's definitely. Yeah. I don't know, man, Sometimes I want
to be a bigger artist, and I'm just like, you know,
I get on stage and you know, it's like a
lot of people, you know, all the cell phone life
and whatnot. I'm like, damgn man, could I do this?
You know, we're living like forever. And then there's other
moments where I'm just like, hell, what don't you like
about the music industry? Oh? Man, don't get me started.
Don't give me start. You know, it's a lot. It's

a lot that I don't like about the music industry
that I'm trying to get used to. I didn't I
didn't like this. This is one of the first things
I didn't like about the music industry media period, just
like just.

Speaker 4 (35:31):
The Wake club in general.

Speaker 1 (35:32):
No no, no, not everybody, everybody, but just everything about it.
But that's so many different things, just even the relationship
between artists, like you know what I mean, It be
so many like beefs, you know what I mean, people
that don't even know about it, Like I don't know,
it's just weird man, trying to talk to people. And
I felt like coming into the industry, I think a
lot of the celebrities that I meet, you know, forget that.
Like I literally was a twenty two year old kid

coming out of Papa John's and ups into just being
in the room with all these people. So I was
like super nerves. It was like you said, anxiety. And
I feel like maybe some of them it might have
rubbed some of them the wrong way. And I just
I feel like I ain't heard from him since, you
know what I mean. Sometimes I felt like a lot
of people was rocking with me. That's one thing that
I realized, like people like fame really is like a
thing like cloud is really a thing for some people

like you cloud it up a lot of fame. They
want to be next to you, you know what I mean,
But the moment anything shifts, like picking up the phone,
they don't hit you up. They don't care. They you know,
tell by the way they they talk to me, the
way they treated me, you know what I mean. The artists, Yeah,
like you know, I ain't gonna.

Speaker 3 (36:32):
You know, a lot of should I think we should
tell the truth of shame the devil today.

Speaker 1 (36:36):
I feel you man, I would, but you know, at
the same time, just like I would just hope that
they would, you know, change, But you know I didn't.
A lot of ignore text messages, calls, you know, And
for me, it ain't about like I think some of
these people they get so caught up and like, oh man,
everybody just won't to talk to me because I'm me.
And it's like sometimes, you know, I'm just an artist
who needed advice so badly, and I felt like a

ten minute conversation with one of these people who was
like close to me me, or at least pretended to
be close to me when I came in the industry,
would it helped me so much? Because like I was
stretched out, you know what I mean after my first album,
reading all these bad reviews and whatnot.

Speaker 8 (37:11):
On T so Love Traps.

Speaker 5 (37:15):
Trap, so it was a no skip Like no, no, no,
not even bad reviews from that, that's still my favorite one.

Speaker 1 (37:19):
You didn't see that until until when like like a
year after No, I'm not hearing that, man, people, God amnesia,
I don't I saw it. I was there, complex I
saw the bad reviews. I heard. I saw it all.

Speaker 4 (37:35):
But doesn't that make the win better with the fact
that people, but you got.

Speaker 1 (37:38):
To think I was twenty two and I just I
didn't understand that, you know what I'm saying, Like I
was young and I just I took that. It's like,
oh my god, I had, you know, imposter syndrome for
like six years after that, depressed, sad, like didn't even
like whenever I go in the studio trying to like
make songs, I just wasn't feeling it, you know, nothing
that I was saying the way I was like, I
built up so much, man, just so much energy before Trap,

so and I was just so hype and I was
nervous because I was like, man, it's my first album.
I don't know what's gonna happen, you know what I mean.
And when it came out and then I saw all
the negative stuff, it just confirmed all the things, all
the bad things that I thought was gonna happen, and
I was like, wow, it might be over for me.
But then like a year later, people started to deem it,
like all the stuff that y'all saying, like, you know,

it's a classic blah blah blah, no skips and all that.
I'm just like, dang for real. But I didn't even
really realize it until two years later. So yeah, I
don't know, man, I didn't get to live in that
world that y'all lived in, you know, of like it
being great. I didn't get to live in that. And yeah,
that was the worst part.

Speaker 4 (38:33):
So is that what took so long?

Speaker 12 (38:34):
You were you weren't feeling confident that with the music
at that time, because for a minute, it took you
a long time to come back out with some music.

Speaker 1 (38:40):
Yeah, it took a long, super long time. It was
exactly what it was twenty twenty. Actually, when I my
grandma passed, that made me be like, oh, thank you, bro.
That was what made me be like, all right, what
am I doing? Because I made her so many promises,
like she's like, maybe can you do this? We can
you do that? And I was just like, I don't know,
you know, you know, money, I don't know the music.
I gotta kind of watch it right now.

Speaker 4 (39:01):
Promises did she want? What does she ask?

Speaker 1 (39:03):
She wants some new teeth, you know what I mean?
She wanted she wanted a new car, and I remember
I bought her a used car just because I was
nervous about the future. I was like, I don't know
what's gonna happen. I don't even believe in myself no more.
I don't think I'm gonna make music no more any not.
My money money was it was, you know, I ain't
never been broke, but you know, since.

Speaker 4 (39:22):
You couldn't afford to thirty grads some teeth.

Speaker 1 (39:24):
No, I could afford it. I could definitely. I was
just because I look at the money in my bank
account like time, so I'm just like, every time I spend,
I'm just shaving down how much, you know, because I
like look at the year expenses and I'm like, dang,
I don't know. So uh yeah, heard me. Doubting myself
is what prevented me from doing any of those things
for her. So anyways, when she passed, I was like,

what am I doing? Like all these promises I didn't
get to keep. Thought I was gonna do it, but
I just couldn't do it because I was doubting myself.
So at that moment, I was like, all right, you know,
I made this album called Anniversary, which was like paying
homage to my first album Trap, so for a couple
of reasons, to show people that you can't go back
to you know, people always talk about making Trap so
too and do it. It's just like I can't do that,
you know what I mean, a lot of people can't

do that. So even if I brought like some of
the old songs from Traps, so you know what, I
mean that didn't make Trap So. But anyways, that was
like my fresh after the hospital Bed album, you know
what I mean. I was like, all right, let me
learn how to walk again and just get back into it.
And then I started doing a lot start making. I
made mixtape Christmas music, and then I was just like,
all right, you know, it's time to time to make
another album. And I just I feel so refreshed right now,

you know, making music, and I have been for a while.
So anytime I go in the booth, now I know
exactly what I'm gonna do.

Speaker 4 (40:32):
All Right, we got more with Bryson Tilla. When we
come back.

Speaker 12 (40:35):
It's the Breakfast Club Come Morning all to everybody's DJ
v Jess Hilarius Charlamage, the guy we are the Breakfast
Club was still kicking it with bryceon Tilla.

Speaker 4 (40:43):
Charlamagne au Flew. Years ago. I read that you said
you you were depressed while creating the True Self Out.

Speaker 1 (40:49):
Yeah, everything that was after my first album. Yeah, so
everything after Trap So and up until my third album,
which is Anniversary, So, all the way from twenty fifteen
to twenty twenty, it's.

Speaker 4 (40:59):
A constant stated depression recording.

Speaker 1 (41:00):
Yeah, absolutely Imposter syndrome everything in between.

Speaker 12 (41:04):
What got you back to feeling the way you was?
Was it the record with Rihanna, which was probably I'm
sure one of your biggest records. Was it recording or
what even Like with this this album, this single came out,
it was automatic. It wasn't one of those.

Speaker 4 (41:16):
Where we gotta wait. As soon as it came out.
It was in the clubs.

Speaker 1 (41:19):
Yeah. See that's and that's the thing too, like whatever
she Wants. That was dope because it was like even
with my album, right that's the most I would say,
that's the most successful song on my album right now.
And uh, that's the one that I had to go
to Miami to be like, you know, I was like,
you know what, I'm tired. I was working on the album,
Pricing Tiller album, you know, working on all these songs
on my homies, Vella's fifteen, Jan Crawley's is writing on

the album in poop beer, and you know, I got
tired of not getting samples clear, and I was just like, y'all,
I gotta keep waiting, keep the laying this album is
this is horrible. So I was like, you know what,
I don't care. I' about to go to Miami. I'm
about to just go back to what I used to do,
have fun in the studio. So I started this mixtape
series called slum Tiller, and I did All You Won.
People was really rocking with it. And then I did
Volume two and that's when Whatever She Wants was on

her and it was out for like three months. Nobody
heard of it. And you know, I got on TikTok
siting this kid that was like, yo, twenty twenty four
might be Brice and year blah blah blah. He back
wrapping again. And then I looked at the comments and
want to do She's like, nah, bro, we got to
gate keep this, and I was like, gay key. I
was just like, oh no, that's the reason why people
ain't hurt. So I was like out the comments, no no, no, no, no,
no no no. But it was it was a good

thing because I made a TikTok after that made the
TikTok and it grew up.

Speaker 11 (42:27):
So yeah, you got like an interesting method when it
comes to dropping your music though, because even before we
all heard Whatever She Wants, you put it on SoundCloud first,
and then you dropped it on all the streaming platforms.

Speaker 5 (42:40):
Is that like your way of like making sure everybody
like it before you drop.

Speaker 1 (42:43):
It, or like not even actually you know, I just
I'm an instant gratification type of person. So like I
make some I want to be able to drop it
right then and there. You know, I'm not trying trying
to wait on sample claritis. I'm not trying to wait
on nobody. I just this is how I'm feeling right now.
This I want to give it to the world right now,
even if they never hear. I got some fans that
complain and be like, oh, why you use a SoundCloud?
But I'm just like, I can't drop Apple Music today,

you know, like I can't log in and you know,
just upload, like and that's why I love soundclouds so much,
you know, and it's the reason why I'm here today.

Speaker 4 (43:12):
The label must be pissed off with that. Do you
just put records on sound clouds?

Speaker 1 (43:15):
Yeah? Yeah, they probably do, you know, but they can't
be mad because look at you know, whatever she wants.

Speaker 3 (43:20):
So when you think about all the music that you
recorded while you was depressed, how proud are you of
that music?

Speaker 1 (43:27):
Not proud at all? Actually, you said while I was depressed.

Speaker 3 (43:30):
When you look back on it in hindsight, all the
music that you made during that era, the true itself,
all of that stuff.

Speaker 1 (43:35):
Don't get me wrong, I definitely still got some some
platinum songs out of it, which is great.

Speaker 8 (43:40):
You know.

Speaker 1 (43:40):
I'm just wasn't operating at one hundred percent while thoughts.
I was depressed when when I wrote that Verse could
have been playing games. You know, There's a lot of
stuff that I was just you know, it's still worked,
but uh, you know now, I'm just it's just it's
just different.

Speaker 8 (43:55):
You know.

Speaker 4 (43:56):
Did you feel pressured to record back then? Like did you?

Speaker 3 (43:58):
Did you feel like nobody actually understanding what I'm going through.
I don't have nobody to talk to about my depression.
Y'all just want me to work, work, work, work.

Speaker 1 (44:06):
You know. The best song if you go listen to
us a song that I did for Calor's a major
key album. I told him before we did it. He
was like, y'all, I need a song.

Speaker 4 (44:13):
The song.

Speaker 1 (44:14):
This is when I'm like super buzzing at the time.
He's like, I need a song for the album, you know,
And I was just like, Yo, I'm gonna be honest
with you, Calor, I'm depressed right now, I'm not. I
got a lot going on, law suits, people threatening me
at the you know, back in my hometown, all types
of stuff, and I'm depressed. And he was like, nah, man,
just just put it in the music. And then, you know,
every time I listen to it, I just I cringed
so hard. So I'm just like, man, this is not

who I am like even when I'm talking about But yeah,
he eventually ended up bringing me, you know, wild out,
so hold on.

Speaker 3 (44:39):
You spilt your heart to Cali and you said you
got lawsuits, people threatening in your hometown and you depressed,
and he said, put it into music.

Speaker 1 (44:47):
Yes, something like that.

Speaker 4 (44:48):
He didn't really care. That's if they're able to. That's
how Mary mains.

Speaker 12 (44:56):
Her best RECOGNR music. That's I don't like, and I'm
not mad at that, but in your music, I see
it on both sides, you know what I mean.

Speaker 1 (45:04):
I'm more on your side because it's just like, you know,
you should give people a little bit of time. Put
it in music is not always the best thing, Don't
get me wrong. Your works for sure. You know, I
hate what I'm going through and then I gotta go
just be like, I don't know.

Speaker 4 (45:17):
Try to be regular.

Speaker 1 (45:18):

Speaker 3 (45:19):
Yeah, but then at the moment he's no, and I'm
not disencoullaged. I'm just telling the truth. I'm telling the truth.
He's only thinking about himself, Yeah, think about what he wants. Yeah,
but your return you text, Yeah, okay, he does.

Speaker 12 (45:30):
But a lot of people don't don't necessarily understand. Is
like what he's going through, a lot of people are
going through. If you're putting it in your music, helps
people deal, you know. I mean that's why Mary has
so many fans, because there's a lot of women that
were going through what she was going through, and they
understand and they can deal with it, like you know
what I mean. Same thing with Keisha Cole and some
of the biggest Looking at everybody, I think the biggest

thing is the biggest thing is just like if I'm
going through all this personal stuff whatever, but I still
got my confidence.

Speaker 1 (45:58):
Sure, I go in the studio all day. But if
I don't have confidence and I'm going through stuff, it's
just not a good mixture at all. Like I'll just
make dog, you know, which is what I did for
like six years straight.

Speaker 12 (46:08):
And now you have two daughters, your girl, dad, how
did your do it as inspire and help you all
through that dark time.

Speaker 4 (46:13):
If they did.

Speaker 1 (46:14):
My second daughter definitely helped because you know, it was
like when I'm making in twenty twenty actually, and I
was just like, I gotta get my ass up and
get to work. You know, I was nervous because I
was like, I really gotta work now. My first daughter,
of course, she definitely she changed everything for me. You know,
I got let's say, some million dollar baby out right now.
She really was my million dollar baby. You know. She

the reason why I got everything I got because like,
I don't know, it's just something about seeing her sleeping
in the crib. You know, I was riding a target
on the bike just to get her diaperson. But just
seeing her sleep in the crib was like so inspiring
to me because I'm just like, man, I'm the only
thing stopping whatever whatever comes to the door, Like I
have to make sure Rufe is over here so she
could sleep peacefully, you know. And I was just like
I gotta do something about this, like I have to.

I can't just keep living. Check to check, you know,
was it true that you Drake was trying to sign
you at one point? Yeah, and you didn't go with Drake.
You went to RC of course, so why didn't you
decide to sign with Drake? I really wanted to to
be honest with you. The day, I remember they tricked me.
They tricked me into coming up to New York and
they was like, yeah, man, we're we're sign the deal.
I said, what sign the deal? Like at this time,

is still you know? They kept trying to get me
away from Drake. Flew me out of LA because he
was out there getting away from Drake. Blah blah blah,
get away from that was all they was like doing.
And I just hate that because I'm like, man, I mean,
I get it, I don't know him, but also y'all
don't Maybe y'all do know him, I don't know.

Speaker 14 (47:37):
I was.

Speaker 1 (47:39):
Anyways, I was in there and I was really trying
to make that happen because I remember just some of
the text conversations we had. He was like, I really
want to sign you the O yo, And I was
super inspired. And obviously Drake is a huge influence on
my you know, a huge part of my musical DNA period.
And I got to New York and I listened to
one song by him. I think it's called fear. I
was just trying to like find songs that he was

making where he was like trying to figure out who
he was going to sign to, And I was just like, man,
how did he feel this time? Then I texted him
and I was like, yo, man, they got me up
in New York. I really want to sign the overall.
I just hopeful we can just like have a conversation
about it, you know what I mean? And he just
never text me back. What And I was just like,
I guess that's everything I need to know right there.

Speaker 21 (48:17):
You know.

Speaker 3 (48:17):
So Drake's one of the people who didn't text you back. Yeah,
I mean just in that instance, Yeah, how do you
text you back? Since I spoke to him in a minute?

Speaker 4 (48:24):
Did you ever help him?

Speaker 15 (48:25):

Speaker 4 (48:26):
That's what they said too, Like, you know, you never
was in the studio.

Speaker 12 (48:29):
M Do you feel like if you signed with Drake
it would have been a lot easier because it would
have been an artist guiding you through all the things
that you didn't understand.

Speaker 1 (48:36):
Absolutely, Yeah, that was exactly what I needed at the time.
But that's what I think the people around me didn't
really understand. I was like, I'm looking for more than
just money. Don't get me wrong, Like I get the
intent like or why they was trying to do that
and why they were trying to set me up for
the future. But I needed like guidance. That was what
I needed more than anything, because yeah, I stressed out
a little move.

Speaker 12 (48:55):
We got more with bryceon Tiler. When we come back,
it's the Breakfast Club, Good morning morning. Everybody is DJ
n V Jess, Hilari Schela mean the guy we are
the Breakfast Club is still kicking it with Bryson Tilla.

Speaker 5 (49:05):
Yes, now you on tour, the Brice and Tillo Tour.

Speaker 3 (49:08):
Do you like touring?

Speaker 4 (49:09):
Uh? Yeah?

Speaker 1 (49:10):
And yes? Wait what did Michael Jackson say?

Speaker 4 (49:14):
I love the the first.

Speaker 1 (49:21):
It can't be tough man. Stage is way different than
the studio. I love the studio. I love making music.
I love the way everything sounds in my headphones. On
the stage is way different. I can't hear every room
is different. The reverb be loud. Sometimes we have you
on the base and just like damn, I can't even
hear myself. Sometimes a crowd too loud, and I don't
never want them to not be loud. But yeah, it's

super different and that's the only reason. And the other
thing is like I'm just going from my home too long,
Like yeah, like I'm burnt out right now. Just meant
to be a writer, that's what you know. That was
another thing, the reason why I was like, y'all, don't
mind signing overa like that might be a good thing
for me to just goes right, Like I always wanted
to be a writer. That's actually one of my thing.
I don't never want to be in this spotlight like that.

I'm well, take that back. When I was seventeen, I did,
cause I was like, oh, yeah, fame and being famous
because you know I CECB and Tiger shooting water guns
at each other on tour or whatnot. I'm like, that
looks like fun, you know what I mean. I was like,
I want to do that. But then I realized quickly.
I was like, nah, maybe I don't want to do that.
And then I was like, I'm I just want to
be a songwriter. But you know, my song took off
as an artist, so I was kind of forced to

be an artist.

Speaker 3 (50:24):
I saw you saying a Billboard interview that this album
brisonn Tiler, you named it that because you want to
show people yourself, and you want to be yourself. You
want to show people who you are, and you know,
I don't believe that though. What you mean, I don't
believe you really want to do that. I show people
who I am.

Speaker 4 (50:39):
Yeah, yeah, you know.

Speaker 1 (50:40):
It's funny because like my mixtape series is, I would
say it's an alter ego on my Slum too, But
I really did get to show people who I was
on her that when I dropped those I felt super vulnerable.
Even when I dropped Whatever She Wants, I felt so
embarrassed after because I was just like, it's just like
for girls, like when they go to the club and
they be drunking, they be shaking the ass or whatnot,
and they probably next day for like crazy or whatever.

But like that's how I felt because I'm just only
talking about tricking and hitting the girls from the back
and whatnot on the song. Like I'm just like, what
am I doing?

Speaker 16 (51:08):

Speaker 1 (51:08):
That's is crazy? I got kids like I got it.

Speaker 4 (51:10):
I loved it exactly.

Speaker 1 (51:13):
Yeah, So now I would say I was more myself
on my Slum mixtape, but my album, I just mean, like,
I'm glad you said.

Speaker 3 (51:21):
Up just about the video game it's called trap soul
and also read to you say this, I was probably
gonna be your last for a while because you're working
on and.

Speaker 4 (51:30):
How you're designing for Grand Theft Bottom.

Speaker 1 (51:32):
I say that, Okay, I wish, I wish. I definitely
would love the internship at a rock Star Games for show.
But yeah, man, my game is should be released next year.

Speaker 12 (51:44):
Okay, working on it for a while, I was gonna say,
behind the scenes, I was saying the dope think about you.
Your demographics is all over the place. I was telling
you my your concert, my wife is going, my kids
are going. One is twenty two, one is twenty. So
looking at your show, I see fourteen year olds, but
then I see fifty year old.

Speaker 4 (52:00):
So how is that with making music?

Speaker 9 (52:02):

Speaker 1 (52:02):
I think I think it's a beautiful thing, because I
definitely sometimes I'm just like my uncle text me like
he forty five and he's like, your nephew, I love
this this do album blah blah blah, you know, just
a breath of pressure or whatever, and I'm just like, dang.
And then I'll have my daughter, who would be you know,
she's ten years old and you know her and her friends,
and then my people that work with their daughters will
be listening to it. I'm just like, dang, it's crazy

that I'm able to, you know, reach people, or reach
that many people. And you know, especially the young kids,
they have so much music to discover, So who knows
how many more people I can reach. I know, the
younger they get, the weirder the music.

Speaker 4 (52:36):
It's a little bit.

Speaker 1 (52:37):
Yeah, it's like different, Like my daughters some of the stuff,
she'd be fine, and I'll be like what is this?
But you know, I try to tap in because it's
you know.

Speaker 3 (52:44):
I saw you put a disclaim of Bryson that everybody
is not gonna like every song on the album.

Speaker 4 (52:48):
But everything is intentional.

Speaker 3 (52:50):
So why would you intentionally put songs on the album
that you don't think nobody gonna like?

Speaker 1 (52:53):
Well, I intentionally put different types of songs on the album.
So like, for example, right, there's people that want to
keep me in that trap so box, which is fine.
But if you if you love trap so on and
that's all you you listen to, you're definitely not gonna
most likely not gonna like my new album, which is fine.
You know, I think that's okay because I want to
reach new people I want. I want new fans. I
don't want to just you know. I got a song

on there called Undertow that's you know, most people probably
wouldn't really listen to like that, you know what I mean.
But I love that type of music. So that sound country,
uh kind of Yeah, it's gotta I got that kind
of viout for sure, you know what I mean. I
just want to reach reach new people. That's the main thing.

Speaker 5 (53:30):
So do your so your album lists like on well
your your song lists for your tour? Will you perform
Gotta Move On? That's the track with Diddy?

Speaker 1 (53:40):
I know I haven't performed that since like last year.
I know what you're getting that though, but.

Speaker 5 (53:43):
Yeah, yeah, but interesting.

Speaker 11 (53:48):
What's interesting is the first one. It was one that
you was originally the original one was you by yourself?

Speaker 4 (53:55):
That was Yeah, I actually like that one more.

Speaker 1 (53:59):
You know what I mean?

Speaker 5 (54:00):
Do you could you do that?

Speaker 1 (54:02):
How do you? How did you did you hear before
the Diddy.

Speaker 5 (54:04):
Or did you I heard that before Diddy?

Speaker 6 (54:06):

Speaker 1 (54:06):
That's you just never know who?

Speaker 5 (54:08):
Yeah, yeah, I was in I heard it in Jamaica.
That was in Jamaica on vacation.

Speaker 11 (54:13):
Some of my friends and my homegirl played it and
I was like, yep, she's in industry too, But she
played it and I was like, this is hard, you know.

Speaker 5 (54:22):
So I didn't know if you could perform the original because.

Speaker 1 (54:25):
That was yeah, no, I definitely can. I just it
was at the time when I was performing it, that
was the song he was like going crazy with all
the time and just like talking about all the time.
So I was like, you know, I'm a yeah, I'm
a performer. Okay, anything you want to add, yeah, because
you know, you gotta.

Speaker 4 (54:46):
At one point you were talking about dropping album called Serenity.

Speaker 1 (54:49):
I was I still got that album too, you know.
I just that album is not even supposed to be
it will be the album that I just wanted to
be really have a peace of mind, and like I
told you, I'll depressed down bad for years. So it
was hard for me. I'm like, how can I even
make an album called serenity and I don't even have
that right now? I don't have no peace. I used
to say the Serenity prayer to myself all the time,

just trying to like get back to like yo, God please,
just you know it's and that's and that's about control
and just like, you know, realizing that you know, I
don't I'm not in control or whatever. But yeah, no,
I still it's still in the works and I'm gonna
definitely do that at the right time. I got the
music and I love that album. So that one is
not about it's not about the money, it's not about radio.
Like it's one of those albums like I'll be happy

that released, and you know that's it's just like my
soundtrack to Miami.

Speaker 4 (55:37):
What makes Bryson til happy? Maybe we asking the wrong question.

Speaker 3 (55:40):
Maybe we're talking about things that depress you, like music
other than video games, Like what genuinely makes you happy?

Speaker 1 (55:46):
My kids a generic answer, But my kids really make
me happy. A really good movie, a really good sci
fi movie makes me happy.

Speaker 4 (55:53):
You seen your car collection?

Speaker 1 (55:54):
My cars make me happy. My action figure collection, you
know that makes you happy? Everything g I Joe's. I
don't got no g I Joe's. The action figures be
kind of trash, low key, but you know I like
everything old wrestling ones like the Marble joints. Nah. So
I got like some Jim Hinson, uh original, super original,

like the custom like Ninja Turtle action figures. I got
an Iron Giant, super tall Iron Giant. I got a
uh Kandida from Kira, A lot of stuff. Y' don't
want to talk about action figures.

Speaker 4 (56:27):
I mean I got I got things glove at the house,
real like Panther outfit. I got a whole Iron Man.

Speaker 1 (56:31):
I like collecting Rick, So I go to stores in
different cities and just be like, what's not for sale here?

Speaker 4 (56:36):
You know what I mean?

Speaker 1 (56:37):
And I just try to test and see like they're like, oh,
that's not for sale. I'm like, man, come on, you
know yeah? So I just like the bottle Rick.

Speaker 5 (56:43):
It'll be something you can iron Man play we're talking about.

Speaker 4 (56:48):
I mean, I can't wear it, but such a clown.

Speaker 5 (56:52):
Okay, we were talking about action figures.

Speaker 12 (56:54):
But all right, well, Bryce, we appreciate you for joining us. Man,
good luck with everything. Hopefully we'll see you again.

Speaker 4 (56:59):
Don't be a strange many come back up here, brother.
He's like, yeah, promise that album. We don't know when
you're gonna want to come talk again.

Speaker 1 (57:05):
I don't know where y'all will want me to be
up here again, so you.

Speaker 4 (57:08):
Know anytime, man, all right, it's the Breakfast Club. Good morning.
The hell.

Speaker 12 (57:21):
You can't mix two songs like that and shut up
whatever I want morning, everybody.

Speaker 4 (57:26):
We are the Breakfast Club. Let's get to Jess with
the mess.

Speaker 11 (57:29):
You news is real weapons and je Robber Moore just
don't do no line, don't do that talk stand nobody.

Speaker 4 (57:38):
The world while jests worldwide mass on the Breakfast Club,
the coaching ship.

Speaker 20 (57:45):
She was able to get y'all to see something and
understand something that nobody.

Speaker 10 (57:49):
Could get you to see the time to set it off.

Speaker 4 (57:52):
I get triggered every time I hear MOI you.

Speaker 5 (57:54):
Know, uh huh that's on. Yeah, that's your fault. The
Vault announced his new ownership structure.

Speaker 11 (58:02):
So yesterday, Revolt announced that they'll be giving their current
employees ownership stakes in the company, following Diddy stepping down
as chairman. This move will make current employees the largest
shareholder group of Revolt. The CEO Revolt the Tavio Samuel said,
this is something that we've been looking to do, believing
that the people who give us will give this company

their blood, sweat and tears, should have some sort of
upside opportunity if and when we win. He also added
that the studies show that companies see better results from
employees when they are treated well, which is obvious. The
process will take a few months, and Revolt also promised
to give employees a detailed breakdown of the process. About
eighty percent of the Revolt staff is black, so the

company will maintain black ownership the Tavio Samuel said that
the company would not have accepted any ownership structure that
didn't keep the company black owned, and Variety reported that
Samuels was also asked about how Diddy's allegation have affected
the company and its staff, but he politely chose to
not answer.

Speaker 4 (59:05):
He said, he ain't there no more.

Speaker 3 (59:07):
I mean, I love it, you know, and I hope
they win, you know, like he said, if and when
they win, you know, I would get rid of the
if and just say win.

Speaker 12 (59:14):
But yeah, but we also got to support Revolt. I
couldn't even tell you a show on Revolt anymore right now.

Speaker 4 (59:20):
As I said, it's up to them.

Speaker 3 (59:22):
It's up to them, Like they got to produce the
type of programming that you know, people want to watch,
So it's up to them. But I'm open to support him.

Speaker 5 (59:31):
Yep, absolutely yeah.

Speaker 11 (59:33):
In other news, Kanye West shuts down allegations. So yesterday
I reported that Kanye was being sued by a former
employee named Lauren, who stated he sexually harassed her and
then skipped out on paying her the three million dollar
sevens pay that he promised her.

Speaker 4 (59:47):

Speaker 11 (59:48):
Kanye's attorneys responded to the allegations, and they claimed the
situation was the exact.

Speaker 5 (59:52):
Opposite of what Lauren alleged.

Speaker 11 (59:55):
They claim that she pursued him sexually to secure employment
and benefits, and then resorts it's a blackmail and extortion
when he rejected her. Yay's team said Lauren was terminated
for being unqualified, demanding unreasonable sums of money, including a
four million dollar annual salary, and several documented incidents of

unhinged behavior. They claim she offered y sex on his birthday,
which he declined, sent Ye unsolicited nude images, and was
seen tworking in the office during business hours. Oh my gosh, Yes,
I wonder if it was to one of his songs.

Speaker 4 (01:00:32):
Kanye, don't got no records. You could work too much record.

Speaker 6 (01:00:36):
I don't.

Speaker 1 (01:00:42):

Speaker 5 (01:00:42):
I mean, well, y'all would know.

Speaker 4 (01:00:43):
Do y'all work no?

Speaker 5 (01:00:44):
Exactly as we're asking you exactly? And I told you, yeah,
that should be the end of it. You got to
ask you do you shake.

Speaker 7 (01:00:52):
It to ya?

Speaker 4 (01:00:53):
Just just work to Jesus walks.

Speaker 11 (01:00:56):
What This statement also claims that she about one of
the best moments in her life being when a soccer
player ejaculated on her while she was texting her boss.
They say it's more documented that she used sexual coersion
to demand money and gifts like burke and bags and cars.
Yay's team says she started blackmailing them for fifty to

sixty million dollars after her advances were denied. The statement
also claims that before she was fired, Laura stole Kanye's
phone in an attempt to destroy phone records that would
contradict her claims, but she wasn't successful and the statement
his legal team also says that they will be filing
their own lawsuit against Lauren, and at the end of
the day, it doesn't seem like they take this lawsuit,

I mean Lauren's suit against Kanye very seriously, because they
even ended the statement with the little joke. The joke
is Yay isn't the only celebrity targeted by Pititiata. Jay
Leno is suing her for stealing his chin.

Speaker 4 (01:01:58):
So shut up, man, I swear that is get out
of here.

Speaker 3 (01:02:04):
They didn't answer the most important question though, Jess, I
heard you. I heard you say a lot of things.
Is Kanye West penis racist? Did they deny that his
penis is racist?

Speaker 5 (01:02:13):
You have to ask the penis.

Speaker 4 (01:02:15):
I'm so sorry.

Speaker 3 (01:02:16):
I don't know.

Speaker 11 (01:02:16):
We haven't spoken to him yet. Maybe we can do
an exclusive on his paenis down now.

Speaker 4 (01:02:22):
I don't think he's been with a little bit of
everything penis.

Speaker 5 (01:02:28):
Yeah, so that is that.

Speaker 11 (01:02:30):
Okay, So I do guys time, all right, and listen,
my reading been better, okay, So moving on, Trena opens
up about her career. So she sat down with Call
those Kings, and during the conversation, she opened up about
not being named as people's top five rappers when.

Speaker 5 (01:02:44):
They name them.

Speaker 8 (01:02:45):
When they name the top fem of rappers, your name
sometimes is not included.

Speaker 4 (01:02:48):
Does that bother you?

Speaker 1 (01:02:49):

Speaker 23 (01:02:50):
I feel like I know what I've done, and I
feel like even your top five has been at some
point influenced by me. When I first came out, it
was Nissy, it was Foxy. Then I came in and
Eve almost like around the same time. In my earlier
up and coming time with always being nominated for BET
always getting the nominations but never getting an award.

Speaker 4 (01:03:11):
You never won an award.

Speaker 23 (01:03:13):
I won the I Am hip Hop Award from BET,
I missed the Best Female Single, Best Female Artist, Best
Female catech Artist. I never won those. And again, the
people that win the categories of meet these are my peers.

Speaker 5 (01:03:23):
And my friends.

Speaker 3 (01:03:25):
Hmmm, Trina is a legend. I want to cluse bonds
with Trina. She is a whole legend, grade a one
hundred percent legend.

Speaker 12 (01:03:34):
She's definitely top five when it comes to influence as
far as female women in the industry.

Speaker 4 (01:03:38):
Right, top five influence, especially down South. Absolutely.

Speaker 12 (01:03:44):
I mean that's subjective. I mean that depends on a person,
like what you like and what you know what I'm saying,
I think, like what for the industry, I think I
think she was top five.

Speaker 3 (01:03:53):
It depends who you asked, Like if you if you
after young Miamis and JT's, they'll be like, hell yeah,
Trina influence.

Speaker 5 (01:03:59):
Absolutely, you know.

Speaker 11 (01:04:00):
And then you asked the person like me, it would
be Missy Elliott, Lauryn Hill, little Kim uh might like
mine is all over the place because I like all
different types of females, right, and then Eve, you know,
so yeah, that's those are my top five.

Speaker 5 (01:04:15):
But I you know, no discredit to training. But yeah,
that would be my top five.

Speaker 3 (01:04:20):
But yeah, it just depends on what you like where
you were in But who the hell was you talking
to Jess when you said your reading was getting better?

Speaker 4 (01:04:27):
Like, who is you talking to you?

Speaker 5 (01:04:28):
I'm talking to y'all?

Speaker 10 (01:04:30):

Speaker 3 (01:04:33):
Okay, Yeah, why you just started you just started shooting.
You just put out a gun and just started by
for no reason.

Speaker 5 (01:04:44):
Oh and Kanye workout playing Remember that song get Them
up Right? Yeah, that's like this workable song. You never
heard that.

Speaker 12 (01:04:52):
I don't think it's arkable. Yeah, he doesn't talk to it. Well,
thank you for the jests with the mess. Now, Charlotte,
who giving man?

Speaker 3 (01:05:00):
We need Pat mccaffee to come to the front of
the congregation. We need to, you know, use this teachable
moment before the week is over.

Speaker 4 (01:05:07):
All right, we'll want to do it today. It's the
breakfast club the morning. If you're liked into the breakfast club.
Some donkey days just so themselves.

Speaker 1 (01:05:23):
I never heard them donkey other day.

Speaker 4 (01:05:27):
Again, I'm a donkey, Yes you are, Charlotte Man, the
same true.

Speaker 3 (01:05:38):
Yes donkey of today For Wednesday, June fifth, goes to
Pat mccaffee. This is a very teachable moment, my brothers. Okay,
this is very teachable, especially for all you men who
just started watching the w n b A. I understand
that the w n b A is now in our
sports rotation, Okay, and we are discussing the w n
b A the same way we are discussing the n
b A and the NFL box. I don't discuss baseball

because I don't like baseball, but plenty of people do.

Speaker 4 (01:06:04):
I'm just not one of them. Okay.

Speaker 3 (01:06:05):
I like baseball in the nineties when everybody was on steroids. Yes,
I like my baseball players righted up. But that's a
story for another day now. On Monday, Pat mccafee was
on his show, to Pat mccaffee Show, and he was
speaking to the impact of Caitlin Clark, and he was
discussing the WNBA's rookie class.

Speaker 4 (01:06:21):
This year and he said, and I quote, just call
it for what it is. There's one white bitch for
the Indiana team who was a superstar. Let's listen.

Speaker 17 (01:06:30):
What the WNBA currently has is what we like to
describe as a cash cow. There is a superstar. And
we're not saying that the players on the Courteneyed act
any differently. That's the athletes are gonna do what athletes
are gonna do in any sport. I think we're all
learning that WNBA, that's old school football.

Speaker 5 (01:06:49):
That is old school football.

Speaker 17 (01:06:51):
But I would like the media people that continue to
say this rookie class, this rookie class, this rookie class. Nah,
just call it for what it is. There's one for
the Indianity who is a superstar.

Speaker 1 (01:07:04):

Speaker 4 (01:07:05):

Speaker 3 (01:07:05):
That noun, the B word. Man, it's something serious, ain't it.
It's a tricky one, but not really. Okay, Pat and
all men listening, The word bitch is very simple when
you are using it in regards to women. It's one
rule that you all must remember when it comes to
using the B word and regards the women.

Speaker 4 (01:07:23):
Are you ready to know what that rule is? Are
you ready?

Speaker 3 (01:07:26):
The number one and only rule when it comes to
using the word bitch and regards the women is don't don't?

Speaker 1 (01:07:35):

Speaker 3 (01:07:36):
Do you need a Bryson tilla eleven second pause after that?
If so, I'll give you a little bit. You give
us some time to sink in Okay, there is no
right way to use that word to women.

Speaker 4 (01:07:48):

Speaker 3 (01:07:49):
It is a noun that means a malicious spite for
our overbearing woman are something that is extremely difficult, objectional,
or unpleasant. There is no way as a man to
use that word towards women and not sound like Pat mccathy.
The B word is a lot like the N word
and the fact that the only people who can use
it is women who choose to use it to other women. Okay,

Pat is a white man. I enjoy watching his show,
but he is a blueprint for whiteness. I mean, he
is capitol riot white. He is tuck his basketball jersey
and a pair of Wrangler Wrangler jeans white.

Speaker 4 (01:08:21):
And even though he passes all the white vibe.

Speaker 3 (01:08:24):
Checks, when he says white bitch, the white sounds racist
and the bitch sounds sexist. Okay, it's like me when
I say the N word, I don't say the N
word is a term of endemmit. When I say I
don't like N words, I mean it the way white
supremacists mean it. Okay, I need you to know the
difference between black people, ratchets and nigres. And this is
what's going to continue to be a problem if we

don't nip it in the butt now, and men, we
don't have to say that word in regards to the WNBA.

Speaker 4 (01:08:52):
We already say it enough with the NBA.

Speaker 3 (01:08:54):
Whenever we see Lebron, James, James harden A, Chris Paul flopping,
what do we say? Did they go act like bitches?
When we heard the rumors that Katie wasn't happy with
the Sun's offense. I don't even know if it was true,
but immediately group chats all over America Katie acting like
a bitch again. And it is perfectly acceptable for a
man to call another man to be word. You just

have to deal with the consequences of that remark if
you ever run into that man you called the b word. Okay, Now,
Pat mccathey did apologize. Let's listen to the apology.

Speaker 17 (01:09:24):
After about fifteen minutes of doing a new game show
called Guess Which WNBA Rookie. Here on this particular program,
I utilized the words white bitch to describe Kate when
Clark as being the superstar in Indiana. Now, when I
was saying it, I legitimately meant it in a complimentary
fashion like this is this is the one you know?

Speaker 4 (01:09:44):
And as I said, it didn't even.

Speaker 17 (01:09:45):
Think, honestly, had no idea what was happening on the
internet until two and a half hours later after the
show ended that I realized and I started reading through
a lot of comments are being said, and I felt like,
actually the worst human on earth for a good portion
of my yesterday. Those were not my intentions, but that's
how you took it.

Speaker 4 (01:10:03):
That's on me.

Speaker 5 (01:10:04):
I do apologize.

Speaker 4 (01:10:06):
I believe him.

Speaker 3 (01:10:08):
I know he meant it in a complimentary way, but
there's no way for a man to use that word
in a complimentary way to a woman.

Speaker 4 (01:10:16):
It just won't sound right now.

Speaker 3 (01:10:18):
According to Pat mccaffee, he reached out the clock in
the Indiana Fever as soon as he realized the Internet
was on his ass, and they replied back, according to him,
from Caitlyn, that it's all good.

Speaker 4 (01:10:31):
Three words, it's all good.

Speaker 3 (01:10:33):
It would have been hilarious if the three words Kaitlyn
responded with instead of it's all good was sucked by Okay,
all right, listen, we all enjoying the We all are
enjoying the WNBA. I have been enjoying women's basketball for
a long time now since Asia Wilson decided to stay
at home and play for my South Carolina game Cocks
back in twenty fourteen, drop on the clues bond for

the South Carolina game Cops. Okay, you know the best
women's college basketball in the country is right there in Columbia,
South Carolina, the eight oh three iright led by the
legendary icon living Don Staley. Yes, three national championships and counting,
and Asian Wilson is by far the face of the
WNBA and the best player in THEWNBA. So I've been
all in on women's basketball since then, and not once

have I thought, damn, those bitches can hoop. Why Because
I don't practice bad habits, and I would encourage all
men out there to stop practicing.

Speaker 4 (01:11:25):
Bad habits too. But it starts in your everyday life.

Speaker 3 (01:11:27):
If you cut the B word out of your everyday life,
then it won't so easily show up in your professional life.

Speaker 4 (01:11:34):
Okay, to B words like the N word is a
nuclear weapon. Okay, when you.

Speaker 3 (01:11:39):
Drop those words. Oh, when you drop those words, just
know it's for mutually assured destruction. Okay, when I let
them fly, we all gonna die. Because depending on who
you're talking to, you might get killed. Pat Lucky, he
not dead right now. And I don't even mean literally
if he wasn't a contractor who produces his show for ESPN,

I'm not sure he has a job right now. Okay,
steven A wouldn't. I don't believe Shannon Sharp wouldn't. I
don't believe Hell. I don't think Monica McNutt or l
Duncan both women would have a job either. If they
referred to Caitlyn Clark or any white woman you know
has a white bitch on ESPN, sponsors would be pulling out,
people would be writing petitions, all types of stuff. But

the moral of the story is, when it comes to
calling women of any color the B word, don't don't.

Speaker 4 (01:12:35):
You wait for eleven seconds? Oh god, I'm.

Speaker 3 (01:12:39):
Doing my eleven second, But since now I got to
wait another eleven seconds you're doing? Please give Pat McAfee
the sweet sounds of the Hamiltons.

Speaker 4 (01:12:51):
Oh no, you are, don't all they.

Speaker 12 (01:13:06):
Just this man doesn't practice what he preaches. He doesn't
at all, Watch watch, watch n be contradicted. Why I
don't practice what I preach because you call me a
beige bitch?

Speaker 3 (01:13:18):
I specifically said men can refer to other men as bitches,
you know, beige bitch, and that's why I be calling
you that. Okay, you just gave a perfect example of
why I be calling you that.

Speaker 4 (01:13:28):
You don't know what identify as, sir. Alright, well you beige,
you beige. They guess what and guess what days bitches too.

Speaker 11 (01:13:44):
But in BALTIMOREO, I mean, that's just how it is
because man and Angel from there, we know man, the
guys be like, that's one hooping ass be that little.

Speaker 5 (01:13:55):
Like that's not but they're not on ESPN. That's right,
that's all. She would probably dap somebody up. That's just
how it is.

Speaker 3 (01:14:07):
Like, Yeah, that's how it is, yo, Jay Hill, Don't
you do that next time you're on that podcast with
Way listen to Jess you leave that Baltimore right at home,
leave Baltimore and Baltimore. I don't want to hear you
on that podcast with Wayne to talk about Andrew Reach's
old hoop and ass whatever.

Speaker 4 (01:14:22):
Justice what you call that?

Speaker 5 (01:14:26):
Lord bet me hoop out.

Speaker 4 (01:14:29):

Speaker 12 (01:14:30):
All right, well, thank you for that, donky of today, Yes, sir,
all right, now when we come back, let's open up
the phone lines eight hundred five eight five one five one.
We were talking about it behind the scenes. As an adult,
how do you make friends? Well, he really is a
bit you don't know what I did kind of question

because you were talking to back, one of our producers,
and he was saying, it's difficult to make friends when
he gets a little older, because you know, how do
you make friends. It's not like you're in school. It's
not like you' about he says. If you know what
if you're in a club, you know, you just don't.

Speaker 4 (01:15:04):
Hey, buddy, how you doing.

Speaker 12 (01:15:05):
My name is Charles, my name is Ricky. Let's go
get a drink. Let's be friends. Like, how do you
make friends as an adult?

Speaker 5 (01:15:10):
Is the question?

Speaker 11 (01:15:11):
Honestly, it's a lot of women that wants to know this.
Like I have a cousin who feels like like she
her friend, Like she don't have a lot of friends
because she always works and she's a mom, like and
she she always asks me that, like like around her
birthday or on holidays. She's like, y'a, I need some friends,
Like I don't. I don't, but like I feel like
I'm too old to make friends. That actually is something
that she brought up to before.

Speaker 12 (01:15:32):
But like, I'm assuming people can make friends at church
if they go to church. But outside of that, how
do you make a friend if you go to a bar.
You're not gonna just talk. If if somebody on attractive
comes up to you at a bar, yeah, nine times
out of ten, you ain't gonna continue talking to them.

Speaker 1 (01:15:45):

Speaker 5 (01:15:47):
No, you said friends like not boyfriend.

Speaker 12 (01:15:49):
But I'm just saying, if you ad a bar, right
and an ugly ass dude comes up to you and says, hey,
how you doing, you're gonna want them because you're gonna
think you're trying to.

Speaker 4 (01:15:57):
Holler no, not really, no, no, I no, I got
to be at a bardo.

Speaker 3 (01:16:03):
Like you meet people on social media nowadays, you meet
people at work.

Speaker 4 (01:16:07):
You can meet people in church, like I mean parties.

Speaker 11 (01:16:11):
You know, lott like honestly, like like festivals. It's all
types of events that you go to now that you
can meet people. But say if I if I'm at
a bar, I guess we'll talk about it because they
keeps earling.

Speaker 4 (01:16:21):
We'll talk about it when we come back. That is
the question.

Speaker 12 (01:16:23):
Eight hundred five eight five one oh five to one.
As an adult, how do you make new friends. Let's
discuss this the breakfast clogal Morning, the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 2 (01:16:38):
It's topic times call eight hundred five five one to
join into the discussion with the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 4 (01:16:46):

Speaker 12 (01:16:46):
Everybody is DJ Envy, Jess Hilarious, Charlamagne the God. We
are the Breakfast Club. Now, if you're just joining us,
we open up the phone lines eight hundred five eight
five one oh five one, and we're asking, as an adult,
how do you make a friend?

Speaker 1 (01:17:00):

Speaker 12 (01:17:00):
This didn't come from me. This came from one of
our producers. Mac He was saying that, you know, he's
at an age where he was curious, like how can
he meet friends?

Speaker 8 (01:17:07):

Speaker 12 (01:17:08):
How is he meeting somebody new at this you know,
age of his life. As much as mac be at restaurants, as.

Speaker 3 (01:17:14):
Much as mac be at all of these different places
to eat, he can't meet nobody. He ain't never ran
in nobody at the food truck and struck up a conversation.

Speaker 5 (01:17:20):
At the food truck with an ice cream truck. He
always had an ice cream truck.

Speaker 4 (01:17:23):
He's always had a gun damned ice cream truck.

Speaker 1 (01:17:25):
Jesus Christ.

Speaker 4 (01:17:26):
So that is the question, how do you make friends?

Speaker 5 (01:17:28):
So how would you make friends. Jef Yo, this is
gonna sound so crazy. I don't want no friends.

Speaker 4 (01:17:34):
I don't want no friends.

Speaker 5 (01:17:35):
I got my like, my five core friends I'm good with.

Speaker 1 (01:17:39):
I don't.

Speaker 5 (01:17:40):
I'm good like I don't know.

Speaker 4 (01:17:42):
I feel you understand.

Speaker 11 (01:17:44):
Yeah, I'm just because I'm a person like this, I don't.
I'm not big on communication. I'm not one of those
friends that I got to talk to my friends every day,
and a lot of people don't take that lightly, you
know what I'm saying.

Speaker 5 (01:17:55):
So that's the reason why.

Speaker 11 (01:17:57):
I've lost a lot of friends too, Like, just because
I'm not that person that feel like that I got
to talk to you every day. I talk to you
every once in a while, and then when I do
talk to it like it'll be like we never miss nothing.
So sometimes relationship friendships require so much.

Speaker 5 (01:18:12):
It does a lot of attention.

Speaker 4 (01:18:13):
NOWN got that.

Speaker 12 (01:18:14):
So yeah, I would say it also depends on meeting friends.
For myself is whatever your hobby is, right. So during COVID,
I used to ride my bike and I met so
many different people that we would ride together and created
a friendship.

Speaker 4 (01:18:27):
So that like that.

Speaker 12 (01:18:27):
Or I'm into cars, so I would go to these
car meet So I would go to these car shows
and you meet people that have you know, the same
interest as you, you know what I mean, where they
don't care about the music industry.

Speaker 4 (01:18:38):
They just care about what type of engines in that car.

Speaker 12 (01:18:40):
They just care about what wheels in that car, which
is interesting because it gives you a break from what
you normally do. So that's where I would meet new people,
usually at car shows or when I'm riding my bike
or things like that.

Speaker 5 (01:18:49):
But do you still speak to those people now that
we're out of the the we're out of COVID.

Speaker 12 (01:18:54):
We still have a group chat and we speak you know,
periodically on the group chat, but it's not like how
it was before.

Speaker 4 (01:18:59):
But that's how I would meet new people. What about you, Charlamagne?

Speaker 3 (01:19:03):
Yeah, I agree with just in a lot of ways.
You know, I think it's a difference between friends and associates,
you know what I mean. So I think you know,
everybody got they they circles, right like, you know, and
you might have work friends, you know, and then you
might have friends that you want to communicate with outside
of work. And you know, I can only speak off experience.
I've met a lot of you know, great associates, you know,

through through the business, right and I and I don't
know that word. That word friend is a is a
strong word, and it's like it's used very very loosely.
Like so I think that is a difference between friends
and associates. I think what Mac might be looking for
is somebody to associate with. I think when we say

how do you find new friends? Friends is a strong, strong,
strong strong word. Not saying that I haven't found new friends.
I've definitely found, you know, new friends in my adult life.
But even those friendships are like twenty years or you know,
a decade, like you know, I've known people before a
very long period of time.

Speaker 4 (01:20:02):
You know, it still definitely takes time. We have some
of the Hello, god.

Speaker 3 (01:20:07):
Mine ain't.

Speaker 18 (01:20:10):
Okay. The way you make new friends as an adult,
for one, when you have your kids, like put your
kids in sport. You know, my son played baseball. You
got your kid in sports, baseball, football, basketball, You meet
a lot of parents when you're going to practices and
when you go in the game. Also, I live in Houston,
so I've moved here as an adult. When I go
to places I used to go by myself because I

didn't know, nobody. When you're by yourself, even men and
even groups of people, they will gravitate to you. I'm
the type of person. It's a lot. It's the clubs
are packed out here, so you used to have to
wait for a table. I'm the type person I see
somebody only got two people. It's the extra seas. I'm
gonna say, hey, anybody sitting here, can I gravit? See
what you're talking?

Speaker 16 (01:20:46):

Speaker 18 (01:20:47):
Hookahs sit there. I'm smoking with my hookah by myself.
And people will gravitate to you when they see you
out in packed places by yourself, clubs, bars, you know,
they'll gravitate to you more than when you were to
group of people. But that's are you I mean friends?

Speaker 4 (01:21:04):

Speaker 12 (01:21:04):
What you said is something like yes, absolutely, Because when
you're at those games or those events where you're gonna
be there for a long time with your kids, you
have to start talking to people because you mean you
just say bored, and then if you create a good relationship,
then it becomes oh, I'm going to I'm going to
the store. You want something, Oh yeah, I'm getting coffee
for everybody. Hey, the kids got to be here this time.

You want to pick them up, I take them and
that creates a friendship. So yeah, you're absolutely right.

Speaker 18 (01:21:28):
It comes to that that I'm on the base star
field four days a week, three days practices, two days games.

Speaker 14 (01:21:33):
Like, it's like that.

Speaker 18 (01:21:35):
So you you're riding those people for a long time.

Speaker 6 (01:21:37):
So at least eight weeks or more.

Speaker 4 (01:21:39):
Is that a friendship though, or just an association?

Speaker 11 (01:21:42):
Like I'm not about to say, because I've made a
lot of Uh, I wouldn't say friendships. I made associates, Yeah,
associates with my son's football teams, like the other moms
and and you know Rome has done that with the
dads or whatever. But after football season is like, these
people ain't coming to my house. I'm not coming today house.
So you know, not exactly, we don't talk unless but if.

Speaker 12 (01:22:04):
But if their son and your son becomes cool, and
it's almost like you kind of forced a little bit
to be friends because they always want to hang out,
They always want to go out, they always want to
come by sea.

Speaker 4 (01:22:14):
Sometimes you're forced into that sometimes, but we forced to
be associates.

Speaker 3 (01:22:17):
Like friendship to me their friendch I like, friendship means
I like talking to you for no reason. Friendship means
you know, we kicking it like like in our in
our off time, you know, when we when we don't
have to be kicking it with each other, we're kicking
it with each other. That's the that's the difference to
me between friends and associates.

Speaker 4 (01:22:35):
Hello, who's this? What's up? DJ three thirty Detroit. Now
we're talking about friends and adult life. Talk to us.

Speaker 6 (01:22:46):
So, me and my wife are both thirty one, and
we're both lesbians, and we kind of felt the same way.

Speaker 18 (01:22:51):

Speaker 6 (01:22:51):
So a couple of years ago, we essentially created a
group chat I DJ. We promoted ben So we created
a group chat. Whether it's people we know, old people
we don't know, we promoted on social media. And I
feel like in the two or three years we've had
the group chat, we've connected like over three hundred lebians
just in our what's the name.

Speaker 4 (01:23:10):
Of the group chat?

Speaker 6 (01:23:12):
Letty committee?

Speaker 4 (01:23:14):
Why not Wicky Committee?

Speaker 6 (01:23:16):
You said why litty committee?

Speaker 4 (01:23:17):
No, he said why not licky Committee.

Speaker 1 (01:23:19):
I didn't say that.

Speaker 16 (01:23:20):
You know what?

Speaker 6 (01:23:21):
Crazy? Now I'm gonna get the T shirts made that
say that we gotta do that. You know what, I
had an older, older lady. I knew she was trying
to say Lyddy Committee. And you know people's friends and
family know that they in the chat because we're very active.
We throw that's all the time.

Speaker 16 (01:23:37):
And we all talked like.

Speaker 6 (01:23:38):
Very like throughout the day. Why she called us the
Kiddy committee.

Speaker 5 (01:23:42):
M committee.

Speaker 4 (01:23:44):
How many studs in that group chat?

Speaker 16 (01:23:48):
Not a lot.

Speaker 6 (01:23:48):
I've got gonna lie. It's We've had a few here
and there, but it's more fans than the chat, which
is crazy.

Speaker 3 (01:23:53):
Because you know, studs are toxic, right and you know
you got to keep it. Oh, I know Stu Man,
I'll be trying to tell them studies how toxic they are.

Speaker 5 (01:24:02):
He'll be Prime might.

Speaker 6 (01:24:04):
Thank you, thank you. Just you know, you got a foreigner,
a former badge? What takes you back anytime?

Speaker 4 (01:24:11):
You jes formal? What she did? She said, you got
a formal What a formal?

Speaker 6 (01:24:15):
What form a former formal badge? In the prime community?

Speaker 4 (01:24:22):
They could be three thirteen So just honorary stud.

Speaker 3 (01:24:26):
No, I'm not y.

Speaker 4 (01:24:28):
You just said you got a badge.

Speaker 5 (01:24:30):
You're gonna make me custling.

Speaker 3 (01:24:31):
I'm not studying.

Speaker 4 (01:24:33):
I just really love them.

Speaker 16 (01:24:36):
I do too.

Speaker 12 (01:24:37):
Eight don't drink five A five one five one. We're
asking how do you make friends? In your adult life.
Let's discuss as the breakfast club. Good boarding the breakfast club.

Speaker 4 (01:24:54):
Let's say y'all talking about it, you know we talking
about it.

Speaker 2 (01:24:59):
It's I think times called eight hundred five eight five
one five one to join into the discussion with the
breakfast club morning.

Speaker 12 (01:25:07):
Everybody is dj NV just hilarious. Charlamage the guy, we
are the breakfast club. If you're just joining us, we're
asking how do you make friends in your adult life?

Speaker 4 (01:25:15):
Eight hundred and five eight five one oh five one.

Speaker 12 (01:25:18):
This question actually came from our producer, Mac was asking
how does he make new friends? Charlamage suggested maybe at
one of the places that he eats ice cream, truck
or something like that.

Speaker 4 (01:25:26):
I was saying, whatever your hobby is, you know, I
think hobbies is the best place.

Speaker 5 (01:25:30):
Yeah, that's that's cool.

Speaker 1 (01:25:31):

Speaker 3 (01:25:32):
But I mean, and I will keep saying this. I
just think it's a difference between you know, friends and associates. Man,
Like you know, when we go like, you know, my
daughter is a cheerleader, and I associate with the other parents.
But but when you call them friends, that's a strong word. Yeah,
I agree.

Speaker 4 (01:25:48):
Let's go to the phone line. We got Chazelle on
the line. Did I say your name right? Yeah? You
said it right? Good morning.

Speaker 8 (01:25:54):

Speaker 4 (01:25:56):
So we're asking how do you make friends as an adult?

Speaker 19 (01:25:59):
I thought take as far as for our women, I
feel like we can throw to like social group. You know,
there's so many black women groups out there that people
can't go to and make friends. And then I mean,
you got fast book, you thing with our Facebook.

Speaker 16 (01:26:13):
And you know we kindle with an old friend or
something like that.

Speaker 4 (01:26:17):
Okay, so you're saying social media works for you.

Speaker 6 (01:26:20):
I think social media works for me. And like social
media for sure.

Speaker 4 (01:26:23):
Okay, thank you. So we got medi on online medi Good.

Speaker 16 (01:26:26):
Morning, Good morning the man. Good money, that easy, good money, just.

Speaker 12 (01:26:33):

Speaker 18 (01:26:34):
I'm moved a joints like doing a pandemic. So how
I meet people is typically to work. But I am
a people person, so I can't go out and meet anybody.

Speaker 16 (01:26:43):
You treat me.

Speaker 18 (01:26:44):
Yeah, but listen, I'm out of because.

Speaker 6 (01:26:47):
I just walked up stairs.

Speaker 18 (01:26:48):
Listen, darling man. You know how y'all there, y'all look
at the game and be like like this.

Speaker 6 (01:26:53):
I don't say that, but I'm looking at the WNBA.

Speaker 7 (01:26:56):
I'm like that white hole.

Speaker 5 (01:26:58):
That way is even crazy.

Speaker 4 (01:27:02):
Wait, no, no, no, okay, all right, but you a woman?

Speaker 16 (01:27:06):
All the girls?

Speaker 4 (01:27:08):
Is you a woman? You can do that?

Speaker 12 (01:27:09):
Stop and get a breath right fast. Mom, you sounds
like you're about to pass out.

Speaker 18 (01:27:13):
All right, I had to get this time.

Speaker 16 (01:27:15):
Clout y'all.

Speaker 7 (01:27:16):
How much you'll have a good day though?

Speaker 4 (01:27:18):
Wait? How much you weigh?

Speaker 5 (01:27:21):
I weighed one twenty.

Speaker 18 (01:27:22):
Oh damn game, ten pounds.

Speaker 4 (01:27:27):
That ain't ten pounds?

Speaker 7 (01:27:30):
Listen, listen, asshold.

Speaker 18 (01:27:37):
Yeah, I have a nice say that.

Speaker 4 (01:27:42):
Jesus Christ. You see what I'm saying. Women can use that.
The other woman see that that hit just now.

Speaker 5 (01:27:48):
Yeah, I only said that because she she said it
when she called what she called up here.

Speaker 4 (01:27:53):
So what's the moral of the story, guys?

Speaker 11 (01:27:54):
I think this should be honestly, like you know, we
got a least dating apps. It should be like an
app for friendships. I mean that, yeah, like a friend that.

Speaker 4 (01:28:03):

Speaker 11 (01:28:04):
I thought that was the Instagram. Nah, that's just social media.
That's where everybody or what it what it has become.
It's definitely the total opposite of that. People just join
each other and agree and hate. That's pretty much what
they do on social media. I'm talking about like an
actual app where you're lonely, you're looking for friends and
stuff like that, because obviously you're in Big Mac not
the only person that feel like not only people that

feel like that, y'all need friends.

Speaker 5 (01:28:27):
So y'all, Cannon, I'm good, all right.

Speaker 11 (01:28:39):
Well, it should be apps for that, Like if it
could be apps to find love and all that, it
could be apps to find friendships out here. I wouldn't
personally do it because it takes more to basically categorize
you as a friend, a friend of somebody I can fide,
and a friend of somebody that knows things about me.

Speaker 5 (01:28:54):
I wouldn't mind bringing you around my child like things
like that. That's a friend.

Speaker 11 (01:28:57):
But then associates, it's nothing wrong with a social siating
with people either. You don't have to take it no
further than that. If you're just cool as associates, just.

Speaker 4 (01:29:05):
Be that, well, associates turning to friends later on some
of them, yeah, some of them.

Speaker 3 (01:29:10):
I'll say that I appreciate all of friends that God
has brought into my life.

Speaker 4 (01:29:16):
I really really do over the years.

Speaker 3 (01:29:18):
And and you do know that, you know the difference
clearly between friends and associates. I don't know if I've
had any associates turn to friends. I think you kind
of know when people are just going to be associates
from the beginning.

Speaker 5 (01:29:30):
You've had some associates that tried to turn into friends,
and now the enemies.

Speaker 4 (01:29:37):
You ain't lying, You are not lying.

Speaker 5 (01:29:39):
Maybe doing too much yoe calling everybody's brother and sister and.

Speaker 3 (01:29:43):
All that, Like, no, I don't. I don't call everybody that,
but they call me that. They're a select fewer people
I call that. And I'm very just if you, if
you pay attention on my language, I'm very intentional about
who I say.

Speaker 4 (01:29:56):
Is my brother or my sister is always my sister.
He ain't never gonna go away. That's like my sister
takes Hey envies my bitch.

Speaker 12 (01:30:12):
You're my little white hope. All right, well we got
just with the mess coming up.

Speaker 11 (01:30:15):
Oh my god, Yes, New York need to watch out
for these giant, venomous spiders that's on their way up here.

Speaker 5 (01:30:20):
They be coming.

Speaker 4 (01:30:21):
Oh my god, the.

Speaker 7 (01:30:22):
News is real weather the Flans, Jessica Robber Moore, just
don't do no lines, don't do that.

Speaker 8 (01:30:29):
Don't nobody talk the world which jes worldwide.

Speaker 4 (01:30:35):
On the Breakfast Club. She's the coaches ship.

Speaker 20 (01:30:38):
She was able to get y'all to see something and
understand something that nobody.

Speaker 10 (01:30:42):
Could get you to see this time to set it off.

Speaker 8 (01:30:46):

Speaker 11 (01:30:46):
I don't know if y'all are familiar with Emma Roberts,
but the American horror story actor and her son were
granted a temporary restraining order against an alleged stalker. Melvin
Jeffrey Connley, broke into their home sometime between May seventh
and eighth and called her cell phone from inside the
house using her house phone the landline. I didn't even

know people still had them, but apparently they do. Emma
was out of the state at that time. During the call,
Melvin referred to her by her first name and then
claimed that she gave him permission to enter and remain
inside her residence. This is when Emma immediately ended the
call and called a friend and asked a friend to
go to the residence and contact the police.

Speaker 5 (01:31:24):

Speaker 11 (01:31:25):
Ain't no way in the world I'm going over there.
If you said called me telling me somebody's in my house, like,
please go over there?

Speaker 4 (01:31:32):
What so called the police?

Speaker 5 (01:31:33):
They definitely called the police.

Speaker 11 (01:31:35):
Emma stated that I am in sustained fear and I'm
afraid to return to my home. When the police arrived,
Melvin abandoned the property and was not located in the area.
Although law enforcement was immediately contacted, he evaded arrests and
continues to send Emma disturbing text messages and legal documents.
Emma said that this intrusion into my residence and continue

contacts have placed me in fear and have caused me
to suffer substantial emotional distress. Conley is ordered to not
contact Roberts or her son in any way. He must
stay at least one hundred yards away from Roberts, her home,
her workplace, and her child's school. Unfortunately, Conley is still outstanding,
but did indicate that he would return in the next

few weeks.

Speaker 5 (01:32:21):
He said, but y'all be back.

Speaker 4 (01:32:23):
I'm thanking back.

Speaker 1 (01:32:24):

Speaker 3 (01:32:24):
Yeah, I mean, speaking of American horror stories, I wish
we heard more horror stories about people getting shot when
they're breaking the folks houses, because you know, I think
I think that would I'm not going to say it
would deter people, but it would make people think twice
if they heard a lot of stories of running up
in residences.

Speaker 4 (01:32:41):
And pop you know, getting hit up that or dog
taking them down either, That's what I'm saying.

Speaker 11 (01:32:46):
And it's not even like he wanted to rob her
or this man wanted to he called he went and
broken house price, set on the couch, kicked the feet up,
grabbed house phone and call her cell phone like, hey,
what you doing?

Speaker 4 (01:32:57):
And you know you look for snacks? You know he
went in the pantry and the pantry how do you
know this? I mean as I use the phone.

Speaker 11 (01:33:05):
No, he wanted to get to Emma because he said,
and he said he coming back. She got to be
home by them in a few weeks, So I'm coming back.
That's crazy.

Speaker 4 (01:33:15):
But hope he get shot when you come back?

Speaker 5 (01:33:17):
Yeah, so do I Jesus Christ. I wonder what she dreams?
Like more about that or American Horror Story, because that
is a crazy series. Did you have to watch it?
It's horrible, y'all. Don't watch noting old. Okay, now this
is this is this is worldwide news a little bit,
but it's going to affect New Jersey and New York.

So listen up. Tell us about this spider invasion coming
to New York City. So we did have a report,
but I don't want to hear a report because I
I can report this way better than the reporters. So listen.

Speaker 11 (01:33:49):
New York and New Jersey residents are preparing for the
arrival of the dra Ro spider. So Jeuro spiders are
huge venomus spiders that have the ability to parachute around
the sky, like if you looking up, you'll see them.
They use their silk webs to make balloon shapes, to
make balloon shaped web balloon shaped webs that allow them

to be carried through the air.

Speaker 4 (01:34:11):
So they really like real live.

Speaker 5 (01:34:13):
Spider man crazy.

Speaker 4 (01:34:14):
That's crazy.

Speaker 5 (01:34:15):
Yeah, they've been they're not red though.

Speaker 11 (01:34:17):
They've been spreading up the eastern seaboard and they're now
heading toward the northeast. Gerald spiders will be easy to identify.
I mean if they's flying around, uh and they have
bright yellow and gray bodies and they have legs legs
span that reaches up to four inches. These spiders originate
in East Asia and have been spotted in Georgia. Researchers

say they probably made it over here through the shipping containers,
but since then they've been seeing in Florida, the Carolinas, Alabama, Mississippi, Virginia,
West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, and Maryland. Although they are venomous,
experts say they're not lethal to humans and our pets.

Speaker 5 (01:34:57):
They're more into eating other spiders and insects, not Jess was.

Speaker 4 (01:35:01):
I reached out to Jose, right, Jose is the exterminator,
and he says, like we suposed to know that.

Speaker 5 (01:35:08):
I'm gonna tell you he trying.

Speaker 12 (01:35:09):
Jose's the excreminator. He says, I haven't heard of those yet,
but he'll look it up. He says, E p A
hasn't emailed us about that yet, so he doesn't know
how much of a scare it really should be.

Speaker 5 (01:35:19):
And he's the exterminated.

Speaker 12 (01:35:20):
He handles, he's exterminated well, New York, New Jersey does everything,
That's what he so if you need people he does.

Speaker 5 (01:35:28):
Can't be trusted anyway, can't be trusted.

Speaker 4 (01:35:30):
Sounds like you I legally to me if you have me,
it sounds like you're here illegally. He's from.

Speaker 1 (01:35:38):
He just.

Speaker 4 (01:35:42):
All right, continue on. I'm just saying, I got questions ahead.

Speaker 5 (01:35:49):
I ain't never hear that.

Speaker 11 (01:35:54):
Lebron James celebrates graduate so you know he has his
I Promise program and they're overjoyed as they celebrate their
first student to graduate college. Anthony Klaytor was one of
the I Promise program's original third grade students who later
attended college on an I Promise scholarship. This year, he
graduated early from Kent State University with a Bachelor of

Arts and Criminology and Justice Studies and Justice Studies and
a minor in sociology. Before attending Kent State, he attended
post secondary classes at the University of Akron while he
was still in high school. The student said, if it
wasn't for Lebron James Family Foundation, I don't know if
I would have gone to college.

Speaker 5 (01:36:34):
I don't know where I would be.

Speaker 11 (01:36:36):
His goal is to become a Secret Service agent, and
Lebron shared his support and excitement in a tweet, saying,
congratulations Anthony.

Speaker 5 (01:36:43):
So proud of you. Young with a bunch of emojis
and all caps, so I appreciate I love.

Speaker 4 (01:36:47):
That absolute to that. That's a flex.

Speaker 3 (01:36:51):
I always feel like when you have a school and
you're able to produce, you know, students that are going
to do great things. That's a flex man. People like Lebron, James,
Jail and Row. I think I think Serena Williams got
a school to us, she had one. I don't know,
but just salute everybody who got to school. I think
that's a flex doctor umar flex.

Speaker 5 (01:37:09):
Yeah, it is good.

Speaker 11 (01:37:09):
Michael Blacksman has one too, he actually has one in
oh yeah, oh yeah, no, that is amazing. And then
to see one of the students in your school graduate,
you know your program, get a scholarship, do the right
thing with it and graduate and you know, pay harms.

Speaker 5 (01:37:23):
To you is amazing. So congratulations to Anthony Clayton.

Speaker 4 (01:37:27):
All right, Well that is just with the mess. She
is all right. The People's Choice mixes up.

Speaker 12 (01:37:32):
Next, I want to salute to everybody that supported and
got your ticket for my car show August seventeenth in
the Meadowlands.

Speaker 4 (01:37:38):
I just want to say thank you. All right. We
do this event because it's a family fun event.

Speaker 12 (01:37:42):
You guys know, I have six kids, and I take
my kids out to these events and they want to
leave after ten minutes. So we created a show where
the kids we have a lot of fun. There's rides,
activities for kids, jumpies, all kids get free haircuts. We're
doing backpacks to give away because it's back to school time.
So if you haven't got your ticket, get your TI
get to my car show August seventeenth.

Speaker 4 (01:38:02):
I can't wait to see you guys. The People's Choice
mixes up next, Let's go. You're checking out the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 12 (01:38:08):
Morning, everybody in stj Envy just hilarious, charlamage the God.

Speaker 4 (01:38:12):
We are the Breakfast Club. It is Pride Month, yes
it is. And we're doing a gad day.

Speaker 11 (01:38:17):
Yes, we are honoring a gay day. And today I
choose to celebrate my guy, Saucy Santana.

Speaker 5 (01:38:23):
I love Saucy. He is an American rapper.

Speaker 11 (01:38:26):
He began his career as a makeup artist for the
hip hop duo The City Girls, and soon after that,
he embarked on a recording career in February twenty nineteen
with his debut.

Speaker 5 (01:38:35):
Single walk Him Like a Dog. So, y'all know who
that is? I love me some Saucy, all right, Well,
s Saucy man.

Speaker 4 (01:38:42):
That's one of my favorite people too. He's a good guy.
I don't know, he's a guy's a good short god. Yeah, yeah,
that's right.

Speaker 3 (01:38:56):
He do call himself a guy too. Saucy with that
damn beard, he better your his bid be looking.

Speaker 4 (01:39:02):

Speaker 3 (01:39:03):
Like his bid looked like a chin scrap, Like he'd
be looking so perfectly like a perfect lawn. You know
how you see like a perfect lawn, It's like some
perfect hedges. That's how his chin scrap be looking like
I can just peel it off if I wanted to.

Speaker 5 (01:39:17):
Hey, yo, you know what, you could have just left
it alone a chin strap.

Speaker 1 (01:39:22):
All right.

Speaker 4 (01:39:23):
When we come back, we got the positive notice of
Breakfast Club.

Speaker 8 (01:39:25):
Good morning morning everybody.

Speaker 12 (01:39:27):
It's the DJ Envy Jess Hilarious, Charlamage, the guy. We
are the Breakfast Club. Now it's time to get it
out of here at Charlamagne.

Speaker 3 (01:39:35):
Yes, sir, listen, I want to tell Rundelle Mills, Rundelle Arrondo,
Rondo Mills, Rondo Mills, and Handover, Maryland. I will be
at Books and Milion at two pm on Saturday, Okay Saturday,
at two pm.

Speaker 4 (01:39:52):
This Saturday, June.

Speaker 3 (01:39:53):
Eighth, I will be at Arundelle Arrondo Mills in Handover,
Maryland at Books and Milion. And tomorrow I will be
at the Strand Bookstore in New York City at seven pm.

Speaker 4 (01:40:05):
So go get your tickets.

Speaker 3 (01:40:06):
Watch small Talk Sucks dot Com is where you go
get your tickets and I'll be there talking about my
new book, Get Out as a Dielne.

Speaker 4 (01:40:13):
Watch Small Talk Sucks now the Positive.

Speaker 11 (01:40:15):
Notice Second and June eighth and ninth, just Ilarious will
be at the City Winery in New York, New York.
Y'all get y'all tickets. It's Saturday and Sunday. No Friday
shows this weekend. I have Saturday and I have Sunday
at the City Winery in New York. Will get your
tickets at just slarious official dot com or Citywinery, forward slash,
New York City.

Speaker 5 (01:40:35):
Love y'all, see y'all soon.

Speaker 4 (01:40:37):
Support Big Jests and the Positive Notice.

Speaker 3 (01:40:40):
Simply this optimism, Okay, Optimism is a strategy for making
a better future. You gotta be optimistic because unless you
believe that the future can be better, you are unlikely
to step up and take responsibility for making it so.

Speaker 4 (01:40:55):
So be optimistic, y'all. Have a blessed day, Breakfast Club.
I'm feeished for your done

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