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

Speaker 2 (00:05):
Yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo. Yes, hilarious, yo.

Speaker 3 (00:09):
What happen?

Speaker 1 (00:10):
Lay peace to the planning this Thursday?

Speaker 2 (00:15):
Yes, it's Thursday. Good morning?

Speaker 4 (00:17):
What up?

Speaker 2 (00:17):

Speaker 3 (00:18):
Good morning? What's good?

Speaker 2 (00:20):
How you feeling?

Speaker 5 (00:21):

Speaker 3 (00:21):
I am all right.

Speaker 2 (00:23):
You look like you're standing over stove scramblings made.

Speaker 3 (00:26):
I know, right, that's a big iddy.

Speaker 6 (00:28):
Well Jess is uh, she's broadcasting from the crib today.
But you feel good?

Speaker 3 (00:32):
Yeah? I feel good. I feel good.

Speaker 5 (00:33):
I'm trying to figure out how to get this this
blur in the back.

Speaker 3 (00:36):
I don't like my back band blurred like that on purpose.

Speaker 6 (00:40):
Now you gotta go to the I'll tell you, got
to go to the settings. You go to the background,
you hit unblur, and then everything will be right there there.

Speaker 3 (00:47):
This this looks crazy, no h Well, then.

Speaker 6 (00:50):
Trying to get it out for you, y'all do no, yo,
you got it. She got it, she got it, she
got it. This crazy you got it talking to millions
of people are right now, just trying to help it
out a little bit.

Speaker 3 (00:58):
Okay, So what's going on? Hey?

Speaker 2 (01:01):
How are you?

Speaker 3 (01:03):
I'm good.

Speaker 5 (01:03):
I just woke up. Everything is good here. I got
somebody making me breakfast in a bag.

Speaker 1 (01:10):
You knows, man, we're looking right up. You know that
we can see a little bit right. Wipe the nose, please, goodness.

Speaker 3 (01:17):
Nothing in my nose. I ain't just wake up and
come down here. I watched my face.

Speaker 6 (01:20):
Oh okay, well goodness, all right, Well, Tyler will be
joining us this morning. You're kicking it with Tyler, South
African from Johannesburg.

Speaker 1 (01:27):
Her debut album, Tyler is out right now. You heard
her song water because we played all of goddamn time.
That's right, okay, we were playing that song. No, I
think we might play water more than snow.

Speaker 2 (01:38):
We don't know, No, no, we don't. I don't know.

Speaker 7 (01:41):

Speaker 2 (01:41):
I hear that. Make me sweat, make me holl give
me a dollar.

Speaker 6 (01:49):
Nobody's give me nothing. Yeah, but Tyler will be joining
us in a little bit.

Speaker 2 (01:53):
Did you watched the game last night? I did watch
the games, whole game. It was watched the whole game
less night. Oh yo, you tied? Not really a game?

Speaker 1 (02:00):
A little bit of reasonable time? Eleven o'clock was it eleven.
It was a little bit of before.

Speaker 6 (02:04):
I was like ten thirty, that's what I want to
I want to watching it with my son, and they
were up by twenty oh.

Speaker 1 (02:10):
I was up though, because I was I was working
a little bit, and then the Daily Show came on
because I was on the Daily Show last night.

Speaker 2 (02:15):
I had a segment on The.

Speaker 1 (02:16):
Daily Show last night, and I usually don't watch myself
on TV, but I was up, so I just watched it.
So when the game went on. When the game went off,
I turned the Daily Show cash.

Speaker 6 (02:24):
So I was though, okay, all right, well let's get
the show popping when we come back. We got front
page news more than to be joining us, so don't
go anywhere.

Speaker 2 (02:31):
It's the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 6 (02:32):
Good morning morning everybody. It's DJ Envy, Jess, Hilariy Charlamage
the guy. We are the Breakfast Club. Let's get in
some front page news now quickly. In sports, last night,
the Celtics beat the Mavericks day leading this series three oh.
They won last night one o six to ninety nine.
They were up by like twenty something points at one
at one point on every team back and.

Speaker 1 (02:51):
That was that was the maths best shot last night.
If they couldn't do it last night, they're not gonna
do it. So I don't know if it's gonna be a.

Speaker 6 (02:58):
Sweep, but I think they'll get one out of Dallas.
Maybe maybe not.

Speaker 2 (03:02):
The way they look right now. Yeah, maybe. All right,
Well Morgan, good morning.

Speaker 3 (03:07):
Good morning, good morning.

Speaker 8 (03:08):
So y'all, remember yesterday we were talking about Hunter Biden
being convicted and all of that, and whether or not
the President should pardon his son, even though the President
said he wasn't going to parton his son.

Speaker 3 (03:18):
Yep, Well, the White House isn't.

Speaker 8 (03:20):
Ruling out the fact. Whether the White House is not
ruling out whether President Biden would commute his son, Hunter
Biden's sentence, which is a different, different thing.

Speaker 3 (03:29):
I'll get into that in a second.

Speaker 8 (03:30):
Press Secretary Karine Jean Pierre declined to say whether the
president would consider doing so, although she pointed to his
previous comments that he would not pardon his son. Now,
Hunter was convicted on Tuesday of three federal felonies for
unlawfully purchasing a gun while addicted to drugs. A presidential
commutation would reduce the sentence totally or partially.

Speaker 3 (03:49):
You guys, get that.

Speaker 8 (03:50):
So the difference between a pardon is the guilt would
be removed completely from the convicted person, and a commutation
just simply reduces or eliminates the pun Schmid.

Speaker 1 (04:00):
So if you get Likens, which he won't, he can
say no, he should get one.

Speaker 8 (04:05):
Essentially, he can either reduce the sentence or get rid
of it completely, but the convictions will still remain on
his record.

Speaker 2 (04:11):

Speaker 1 (04:11):
I mean he's not getting no present time though we noticed. Yeah,
but I mean even if he did, I mean, why
wouldn't the president do it?

Speaker 2 (04:17):
Right? That's the son. I'm not mad at it.

Speaker 8 (04:19):
That sounds like more of the line of something to
do and instead of partning is essentially what I'm getting at.

Speaker 1 (04:25):
Well, guess what, I'm not mad at it. But let's
I'd like to always put the shoe on the other foot.
If the shoe was on the other foot in something
like that was said, it would be World War three
in the media, and y'all know that.

Speaker 2 (04:36):
Mm hm.

Speaker 8 (04:37):
So let's go ahead and get into it. The House
is approving a resolution to hold Attorney General Merrick Garland
in contempt of Congress. Why because let me get into
the resolution. It passed two sixty to a two h
seven vote. Republicans are going after Garland for refusing to
turn over recordings of President Biden's interview with Special Counsel
Robert Hurr, who investigated Biden's handling of classified documents. Just

like you said, Pandora's boxes open, Charlomagne. US House Majority
Leader Steve Calice maintains that Garland must comply with Congress's
request to turn over the audio recordings.

Speaker 3 (05:08):
Let's hear from him.

Speaker 9 (05:09):
Well, with all due respect, mister Garland, this is not
your decision. Congress has a constitutional duty to perform oversight.

Speaker 2 (05:18):
You look at the White House themselves.

Speaker 9 (05:19):
They've acknowledged that as they've turned over the transcripts, those transcripts.

Speaker 3 (05:24):
Have been edited.

Speaker 9 (05:25):
We know already by the White House's own admission, that
the transcript does not reflect what was said. It's only
the audio that does, which is why we need to
get the audio tape.

Speaker 8 (05:37):
So House Speaker Mike Johnson and other GOP lawmakers say
the audio of the interview is important to determine whether
HER's decision to bring charges against Biden is warranted. Now,
Democrats are accusing Republicans are only trying to hurt Biden politically.
But Biden has invoked executive privilege to prevent the recordings
from being released. Yeah, so Democrats say, GOP lawmakers, are

you using this for political purposes? And note the DOJ
has already released the transcript of the interview. And of
course those GOP lawmakers are like, Nope, it's not enough.
We want to see that, We want to hear the
oddo and Old.

Speaker 1 (06:12):
This is better than scandal, this is better than veep,
this is better than house to cause none of those
shows got anything on real.

Speaker 2 (06:18):
Life right now?

Speaker 8 (06:20):
Yeah, definitely inspired by real life. And who didn't see
this one coming. South Carolina Senator Tim Scott maybe falling
out of favor with former President Trump. The New York
Post reports that Scott is slipping in the race to
be Trump's running mate as vice president and is extremely
unlikely to be chosen for the role, according to an
inside source. Now, Scott is among several candidates reportedly being

vetted by the Trump campaign, including Senators Marco Rubio and
JD Vance, as well as representatives Byron Donald. He's been
thrown in the race now and a last stafanic Now.
Trump says he plans to announce his running mate at
the Republican Convention next month.

Speaker 2 (06:55):
President Trump finally realized Tim Scott is black. I think
he always do that.

Speaker 1 (06:58):
Trump is like, how does he have a permanent Why
is this tan never wear off? The reality is the
base of the Republican Party ain't going for that. No,
that's just the truth to the matter. They don't want nobody.

Speaker 6 (07:07):
I think, I don't think Trump want I think Trump
was using tim Scott for what he could use tim
Scott for?

Speaker 2 (07:11):
It never one.

Speaker 1 (07:12):
I mean, there's nothing he could actually use tim Scott for.
If he thought that Tim Scott was gonna, you know,
God was going.

Speaker 3 (07:16):
To use him.

Speaker 1 (07:18):
Yeah, yeah, because it's not like tim Scott could help
him with the black vote.

Speaker 2 (07:22):
I don't think Trump knew that, You don't think I
don't think.

Speaker 3 (07:26):
Yeah, I agree, I agree with you, And I don't
think that he knew that.

Speaker 8 (07:28):
He probably felt like there more mobilization there, and he's realizing, Wow.

Speaker 3 (07:33):
You actually don't have the following I thought you might
have had no juice. I'm not gonna get too much
into that more.

Speaker 6 (07:40):
Okay, thank you, Morgan, everybody else, get it off your chest.
Eight hundred five eight five one o five one. If
you need the vent phone lines to wide open again.
Eight hundred five eight five one O five one, get
it off your chest. It's the Breakfast Club. Good morning,
the Breakfast Club. This is your time to get it

off your chest.

Speaker 2 (08:03):
Eight five one. You want to hear from you on
the breakfast Club? Hello?

Speaker 10 (08:11):
Hi, this is Hope. How are you guys?

Speaker 2 (08:14):

Speaker 11 (08:14):
Good morning, whole morning.

Speaker 10 (08:15):
Hope, and good morning. What I want to get off
my chests is that I am a forty seven year
old sickle cell warrior, and I feel that as a people,
we don't focus on fundraising for sickle cellonemia enough for
giving or are focusing on making that a more aware

in our community.

Speaker 6 (08:39):
Well, how can we live if they were a sickle
cell fun you know, do you have one? What people
can donate?

Speaker 10 (08:46):
Well in my community this weekend, I live in King Street,
South Carolina, actually a eight four three the eight four three. Yes,
we're doing a fundraiser and a blood drive this weekend
in King Street where people can get blood. That's that's

another thing that black people doing that that we don't
do enough is give blood. Because I'm at a point
where it's kind of hard for them to find blood
for me because they have to do the typing and stuff,
and it's better if I get it from black people.

Speaker 6 (09:31):
Do you have a site where people can go to
a website or something like that?

Speaker 2 (09:34):

Speaker 3 (09:35):
Well, I don't.

Speaker 10 (09:35):
I don't have a website because this is like I said,
this is very neat and especially my community. But it
will be in King Street, South Carolina at the at
the Community Center at the Wreck in King Street, South Carolina.
We will be having it's called Katie Foundation and it

represents up boyd our community who has sile call. But
what we have and what we'll be doing is in
Blood Drive this weekend at the County Rat.

Speaker 6 (10:15):
Okay, mama, well, thank you, and hopefully anybody that's listening
from South Carolina going down and definitely go support. Get
it off your chest eight hundred and five eight five
one five one. If you need to vent, hit us
up now. It's the Breakfast Club. Good morning, the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 2 (10:31):
Ray right, Ray Yo, Charla Mack Jasey, what.

Speaker 7 (10:34):
Up are we like?

Speaker 2 (10:36):
This is your time to get it off your chest?

Speaker 12 (10:37):
I got an indoor pool, outdoor pool.

Speaker 2 (10:40):
We want to hear from you on the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 12 (10:42):
Get on the phone right now here to tell you
what it is we live?

Speaker 2 (10:46):

Speaker 4 (10:46):
Who's this Yes, sir, it is from Indy, Okay.

Speaker 13 (10:49):
What's up?

Speaker 14 (10:49):

Speaker 2 (10:50):
Get you off your chest.

Speaker 4 (10:51):
I want to talk about the disparity between the media
coverage between what those on and so the European neighborhood
that I live in, because there's a swat team out
here and me up this morning and I'm up super early.
Want to be media coverage for him?

Speaker 2 (11:04):
What you call them from? Brother, from Indy Okay, Napolis?
Say that from Indy Okay? Your phone horrible? This phone
is not horrible. You understand what he said? What he's saying.

Speaker 4 (11:15):
No, I'm the media. Just the disparity between media covering.

Speaker 5 (11:18):
Yes, the disparity between media coverage and the stuff that
goes on in there about stuff.

Speaker 2 (11:23):
Something that goes on in their neighborhood. Correct Europeans, white people,
correct with the EU opinion, what are we doing?

Speaker 14 (11:30):

Speaker 4 (11:30):
More will never make the news?

Speaker 5 (11:35):
God damn Vy, you ain't got no patience to say no, no,
It's not like that that guy was sucking in helium
like he had little voice.

Speaker 2 (11:43):
Hello, who's this?

Speaker 3 (11:44):
Hello? Hey?

Speaker 15 (11:45):
Here you go?

Speaker 2 (11:46):
What you call them from? Brother?

Speaker 12 (11:47):
Hey, I'm calling from Jersey.

Speaker 2 (11:49):
All right, hit it off your chest.

Speaker 12 (11:50):
Hey, shout down to you, DJ Envy, Charlamagne and Jeff Man.
I've been a long time follower since y'all had that
segment when y'all used to bring the couples on.

Speaker 2 (12:00):
You talk about us shoot your shot or the decision. Decision.
Decision just wasn't here then, but the decision.

Speaker 12 (12:06):
Yeah, So I guess it got too ratchet for y'all now.
And it's like just with the mess and things like that.

Speaker 2 (12:11):
Yeah, we had that fight in here, so we had
to stop.

Speaker 12 (12:14):
Okay. Yeah, so I just wanted to talk about man.
You know people, it's crazy because they when the person
asks me for something, especially a family member, I'm all,
I'm all informed. And then so as this time when
I'm down and out, I can't get nothing in return.

Speaker 1 (12:29):
Oh I ain't got it.

Speaker 12 (12:30):
You get the same old use your excuse. So it's
right for this comming now stack and I ain't giving
nobody nothing unless y'all gave me something.

Speaker 1 (12:39):
You saying, you know my motto with that man, you know,
godknock gonna bless God doesn't bless you based on how
you know people treat you. He blessed, God blesses you
based on how you treat people. So you just got
to stay silent, brother, because you know, just like you know,
bad things will come back to you, so will the
positive things. Man Like, nobody can run from theyself. Whatever
you're putting out into the universe, it's gonna come back

to you, brother, whether people see it or not.

Speaker 2 (13:03):
So you keep doing what you're doing.

Speaker 1 (13:04):
Don't worry about what people are not doing for you
or if they're not reciprocating.

Speaker 12 (13:08):
I appreciate that. One more thing, my man. He's a
full time author. He wanted to He wanted me to
shout him out and see if he can send I
can send some books up there to y'all for him.
He's an incarcerated individual. Uh, is it okay? If I
shout out his instagram?

Speaker 2 (13:24):
Go ahead, brother?

Speaker 12 (13:26):
His instagram is at free NAS. That's s R Ee
and a z Z at free NAS. Full time author.
He's doing this thing with his rehabilitation process while he's incarcerated.
He'd be home soon, all right, All right? If I
seen one of his books or something like that.

Speaker 2 (13:41):
And yes, sir, I mean appreciate that.

Speaker 12 (13:45):
Look to you with general book as well too. I
would like to get that as well.

Speaker 2 (13:48):
Thank you.

Speaker 1 (13:48):
Get honest, Adeline, watch small talk stuffs available everywhere you
buy books. Now we're gonna put you on hold. Eddy,
gonna get get the infus you can send the books.

Speaker 2 (13:55):
Get it off your chest.

Speaker 6 (13:56):
Eight hundred five eight five one o five one. Now
we got just with the mess coming up.

Speaker 5 (14:00):
Yes, comedian Robert Schnyder got a problem with Will Smith.

Speaker 6 (14:04):
All right, we'll get into that next. It's the Breakfast Club.
Good morning, the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 2 (14:10):
Oh yeah, gloat the idea to stop looking at me
like that.

Speaker 1 (14:14):
It's the world's most dangerous Morning to show the Breakfast
Club charlamagea god just hilarious.

Speaker 2 (14:18):
DJ interviews Time for Jess with the message you is
real weapons hilarius.

Speaker 3 (14:22):
Jeff robber Moore just don't do no lines, don't do.

Speaker 2 (14:28):
Nobody world Why Jess worldwide mess on the Breakfast Club.
She's a coach of ship.

Speaker 14 (14:36):
She was able to get y'all to see something and
understand something that nobody could get you to see this.

Speaker 3 (14:42):
Tim set it on, Thank you Monique.

Speaker 5 (14:45):
Okay, So Rob Schneider I said he was a comedian,
but he is an actor. He recently didn't interview at
the radio station in Sydney, Australia, and during the conversation
he spoke on Will Smith.

Speaker 3 (14:55):
He had nothing nice to say.

Speaker 16 (14:56):
Let's hear it, Oh Smith is a liked it he
Will Smith has been hiding the fact of who he
really is and it was exposed that night.

Speaker 2 (15:04):
He's really an ass.

Speaker 16 (15:05):
But I wasn't allowed to say anything at that time
because we were part of the committee was supposed to
punish him.

Speaker 3 (15:09):
But he's attire complete utter fraud.

Speaker 2 (15:11):
Well is a bag.

Speaker 16 (15:13):
The thing is, that's how politically correct the academy is
that they were so cowardly because if I would have
done that, they would have been hauled out the prisoner
because like they were so worried about being you know,
racist violence is what it is. And whether who what
the color of your skin or your you know, your
religion doesn't matter. If you commit a crime in front
of other people, you get hauled out of there.

Speaker 3 (15:33):
But didn't you also sort of think, oh, he's standing
up for his misses. It doesn't matter.

Speaker 2 (15:37):
You can't hit another dude, You're gonna get hit. You
keep talking crazy. Charlie Mack.

Speaker 1 (15:44):
In Australia, god Head in Philly Radio.

Speaker 6 (15:48):
I mean all those names he called will Smith absolutely
positively wrong, but he is right. Anybody else it would
have would have put hands on somebody at that award show,
they would they would have been escorted out.

Speaker 1 (15:57):
Well, guess what will Smith right? Will Smith privilege and
the fact that he was winning the Oscar that night.
But I do want to tell Rob shut the f
up forever. And we know all of these things about
will Smith when he says will Smith, what he said,
Will Smith was fake basically yeah.

Speaker 3 (16:09):
Yeah, he's not the person that he wants us to
think he is.

Speaker 1 (16:12):
But will Smith told us that it's not that he's
a fraud'st that he comes from an era where artists,
you know, music and in Hollywood, they had to be fake.
The publicist and managers they had the artist development and interviews,
had to ask them certain questions. You couldn't, you know,
ask them certain things. They had these manufactured images. Will
Smith he could even curse because of his image. He
said that in his book. He said he said that

in various interviews.

Speaker 3 (16:34):
If you listen, Rob, Rob is clearly Chris Rock's friend.

Speaker 5 (16:40):
Clearly you know he's done movies with him like countless,
like you know, they have grown ups together grown ups too.

Speaker 3 (16:47):
They got Yeah, so they collaborate. They're like in a
circle of friends.

Speaker 2 (16:50):
So I just think that's to this guy.

Speaker 1 (16:53):
You know, Will's had a perfect record his whole career
and he had one bad night, and so you're going
to reduce him to that moment. Nah, I don't agree
with that, say that he's faking. Yeah, not get all Rob. Yep,
we don't know you, Rob.

Speaker 3 (17:07):
I know that's this bigger old male jiggle little boy.

Speaker 2 (17:10):
Really. Oh, I ain't know that I know, but now
we know you' a little bit a little bit. You
know you're a little bit. We know you're a little bit.

Speaker 3 (17:18):
Anyway, Sexy Red is fed up, yo.

Speaker 5 (17:21):
She hopped OnLive last night the clap back at people
who always was criticizing her for never being with our kids.

Speaker 3 (17:26):
That's what she had to say, like why she don't
post her kids?

Speaker 17 (17:30):
Why why is y'all worried about my kids?

Speaker 3 (17:33):
Like they right here, cool, they fed, they clean, they good.

Speaker 17 (17:36):
Go ahead some kids and worry about them dirty years. Okay,
I'm sorry, but they like, yeah, my kids is right here.
They good, they always weep meet thank you, good and
fed very very well. Fed, a lot of toys over
here at big ass house we live in. Rich baby
mamas about what the kids are?

Speaker 5 (17:56):
My kids ain't got Instagram interview that was her son, Like,
don't say that. Our son said that, Like, no, don't
say that. But when she was up here, what she
did say, like we she only we only see what
she gives us, like she's always she always got kids.
Our kid was with her when she came, that's right.
And she asked two kids. Our first child she had
in twenty twenty, that's our son, Chucky. And she gave

birth to the second child of February of this year.
We saw when she was pregnant. But yeah, I just
feel like people these days, they're gonna be in your
personal life more than they are gonna be like looking
at your artistry.

Speaker 3 (18:29):
So that's just what it is.

Speaker 5 (18:31):
Both of our kids, oh yeah, already said that. Both
our kids was with her on LIVEE but she didn't
show their faces.

Speaker 1 (18:38):
I do feel her, though, because you got these digital
d heads who think, just because they don't see it
on social media, that's not happening. So I'm supposed to
put my every waking moment online for your viewing pleasure.

Speaker 6 (18:52):
A lot of people feel like, well, They feel like
if they can follow you through all these things, through
your ups to your down to your shows, they want
to see your personal life.

Speaker 2 (18:58):
But you gotta show us what.

Speaker 5 (19:00):
We just saw you getting knocked down at the airport?
Why are you not with your kids?

Speaker 3 (19:04):
Like if you're thinking like they're her friends?

Speaker 2 (19:06):
And is that not enough entertainment?

Speaker 1 (19:08):
I just got into a whole fight at Newark Airport.

Speaker 3 (19:11):
About my kids.

Speaker 2 (19:11):
You know what I'm saying though, man, But.

Speaker 5 (19:14):
What he is such an idiot anyway, Gez and Genie
my settle divorce. I know both of them may be
After dramatic ass nine months, Jennie and g Z finally
settled their divorce. They both agreed to file divorce under seal,
which will keep details of there which was supposed to
keep the details of their divorce settlement private, including child support, custody,

spousal support, and property splits. They were married for two
and a half years at the time of the divorce.

Speaker 3 (19:43):

Speaker 5 (19:43):
Documents said the marriage was irretrievably broken with no hope
for reconciliation. We're glad to see that they were able
to come to an agreement, so it's it's over both
of them.

Speaker 1 (19:56):
I don't know if y'all know, but you know doctor
Wumar did their mediation. Did y'all know that, y'all ain't
know that?

Speaker 2 (20:01):

Speaker 1 (20:02):
Okay, Well when doctor Woman coming back up, he said,
we'll tell you buck.

Speaker 3 (20:05):
Yeah, wait, ain't Cardie supposed to be dropping something.

Speaker 2 (20:07):
Today Thursday night?

Speaker 6 (20:09):
Helly, come out midnight midnight for Friday.

Speaker 2 (20:14):
To Cardy And what the hell I mean?

Speaker 5 (20:16):
I thought we was done something about that, Like it's over.
She's not a Jenkins no more, he's not. Okay, it's not.

Speaker 2 (20:22):
If it does happen. It happened tonight at midnight, so
to be up on the DSPs for tomorrow.

Speaker 1 (20:26):
Hey, Jenny Jenkins can't get no apartment nowhere. This is
Jenny Jenkins, Like, hey, we got a black woman on
the phone trying to sound Asian.

Speaker 2 (20:37):
It's one of them again, trying to get an apartment.

Speaker 5 (20:39):
She's just going I would have added his name like
Jenny my Jenkins, like she just wanted to be a
Jenkins spread like crazy.

Speaker 3 (20:52):
Clown. But that is Jess with the mess.

Speaker 6 (20:54):
All right, thank you, Jess. When we come back, we
got front page news. More going to be joining us,
and then Tyler will be all right, We'll kick it
with Tylers.

Speaker 2 (21:01):
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Speaker 6 (21:20):
Everybody's DJ env jess Hilary Charlamagne, the GUD. We are
the Breakfast Club from the Black Information Network. We have
Morgan would and let's get in some front page news.

Speaker 3 (21:30):
Yes, let's do it so.

Speaker 8 (21:31):
The ACLU American Civil Liberties Union issuing the Biden administration
over new asylum processing rules. Last week, President Biden took
executive action to temporary limit temporarily limit the number of
people who can seek asylum per day. Now, the ACLU
is filing a lawsuit on behalf of two immigration advocacy groups.
In their complaint, attorneys argued Biden's new asylum laws violate

a congressional statute that allows migrants to apply for asylum
whether or not they enter at a port of entry. Now,
the lawsuit also says Congress has never permitted the executive
branch to categorically ban asylum based on where they enter
the US. I think this is more so for the
southern border. Is the issue with this whole issue as

opposed to, you know, somebody coming in from like Canada
or something like that. But that's the problem. You can't
pick and choose, you know, which ports of entry is
an issue, and.

Speaker 1 (22:25):
You feel like you can't pick and choose which administration
you would sue, you know over this, because this has
been an issue for years. It's not like, you know,
the border just started really being a problem, Like every
administration has dealt with border issues. So it feels like
the American Civil Liberties Union could sue any administration they want.
So what happens when the Biden administration is no longer
in August?

Speaker 2 (22:44):

Speaker 8 (22:44):
Now that I do not know, but I will find
out for you and get back to you on that one.
Because it's true. I mean, we're we're we're on a
countdown that we none of us know the result too.
So here we go.

Speaker 3 (22:55):
Well, let's lighten the mood a little bit.

Speaker 8 (22:56):
In sports related news, the City of New Orleans is
busy preparing to host next year's NFL Super Bowl. New
Orleans City Chief Administrative Officer Gilbert Montano says the event
will have a major impact on the city and Downtown
Development District President Devon Barbour also shared comments, adding the
city is excited and ready let's hear their comments.

Speaker 6 (23:17):
I think this is one of, if not the most
impactful event that the city's going to see in probably
a decade.

Speaker 3 (23:23):
It's pretty close to it.

Speaker 18 (23:25):
We know the number of events that we host on
a regular basis, and so we're no strangers to producing events.
When you think about the scale of pulling off Marti Gras,
no other community can compete in terms of producing events
like that. Everyone understands what this means to our community
from an economic impact as well as showcasing the best
of New Orleans.

Speaker 8 (23:43):
I love to see it. I love New Orleans, and
you know it's true. Who else can pull off Mardi
Graul like they do. So I don't think that they're
going to be any stranger to the super Bowl, but
it's definitely going to be probably really crowded. So New
Orleans is working to complete nearly forty million dollars in
infrastructure and beautification projects.

Speaker 3 (24:00):
Ahead of February.

Speaker 8 (24:01):
Repairs are underway on roadway sidewalks, and city officials say
they're considering wrapping some of the blighted downtown buildings to
make them look better.

Speaker 3 (24:09):
Super Bowl fifty.

Speaker 8 (24:10):
Nine goes down on February ninth, twenty twenty five.

Speaker 2 (24:15):
Well, I I'm definitely not going.

Speaker 1 (24:17):
I'm not going, but Sluth everybody who listen to us
on Q ninety three in New Orleans.

Speaker 12 (24:21):

Speaker 1 (24:23):
We need we need the Super Bowl halftime show to
be Lil Wayne Drake and Friends next year. I mean,
Lil Wayne needs to be the headliner, yep. But it
needs to be Lil Wayne and Friends. And maybe they'll
do it the way they did you know, a dra
and snoop, But it would have to be little Lil Wayne.
Has to be the headline of the super Bowl. You
can't tell me Lil Wayne not big enough the headline
the super Bowl.

Speaker 5 (24:41):
Bro, lould Wayne, why are you saying Lil Wayne Lil
Wyane that Lolli Wayne is l Il Lil Wayne.

Speaker 1 (24:48):
Can you imagine juvenile back that ass up at the
super Bowl.

Speaker 8 (24:53):
It probably should happen because he's also celebrating twenty five
years that little man.

Speaker 3 (24:58):
No I mean, I'm just saying, and.

Speaker 8 (25:02):
Very much in line and on brand for New Orleans,
you know, Bounce music and all that.

Speaker 3 (25:06):
So moving on.

Speaker 8 (25:08):
Team USA has officially unveiled the women's basketball roster for
the Summer Olympics. As reported over the weekend, Caitlyn Clark
did not get named to one of the twelve roster spots,
but she will reportedly serve as an alternate in case
of injury. Asia Wilson, Anna Tarassi Rihanna Stewart are among
the Marquee players who will be headed to Paris. Also
on the lineup Alissa Thomas, the Feasa Collier, Jackie Young,

Sabrina Ionescu, Chelsea Gray, Khalia Cooper, Jewel Lloyd, Kelsey Plume,
and Britney Griner. They round out the rest of the roster,
which most of the players coming from back to back
championship winning Las Vegas Aces, followed by the Phoenix Suns Now.

Speaker 3 (25:43):
Team USA will play Team w NBA in.

Speaker 8 (25:45):
The w NBA All Star Game on July twentieth in
Phoenix before heading to France. They take on Japan on
July thirtieth at three pm Eastern. Fun fact about the
USA women's basketball team. They've won gold at every Olympics
since nineteen ninety six.

Speaker 2 (26:00):
Seventh straight.

Speaker 1 (26:01):
Now one, Now one of those young ladies gets mysteriously injured. Okay,
you know why, so they can have Kaitlyn on the team.
But I want to say, Chelsea Gray has been hurt
all year. I don't know how bad it is. She
says she's coming back this year. So I mean, there
are some people on the rosters who already are dealing
with some injuries, right, you.

Speaker 3 (26:17):
Know, but Brittany is going to kill it.

Speaker 2 (26:21):
Both not Jesse. You know she loves Brittany.

Speaker 3 (26:25):
Brittany Grinta is the best Morgan. I don't know if
you already know.

Speaker 8 (26:27):
But I'm joking because I just want to I just
want her to be safe when she travels, That's all
I'm saying.

Speaker 2 (26:32):
Well, Brittany looks Brittany. Uh.

Speaker 1 (26:35):
People think that Brittany and Justic's boyfriend look alike. Just
that just crazy. But I will tell you something. Saluted
Brittany and her her wife because they ate they maternity
shoot up killing Justin Kritic killing.

Speaker 3 (26:50):
Oh, congratulations to them. That's your front page news. I'm
Morgan what.

Speaker 8 (26:54):
You can follow me on social at Morgan Media, m
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cover follow the Black Information Network at Black Information Network
and b I in news dot com.

Speaker 2 (27:04):
All right, thank you Morgan.

Speaker 6 (27:05):
Now when we come back, tyl Up will be joining.

Speaker 2 (27:08):
Us south East.

Speaker 6 (27:11):
And please don't sing like that again. We'll kick ahead
when we come back. It's the breakfast club.

Speaker 2 (27:16):
Good morning, the breakfast club.

Speaker 13 (27:20):
Finally a genre for South Africa that has traveled so
far and becomes so huge. So yeah, I'm growing up
in joe Bug.

Speaker 15 (27:30):
You guys have to come. If you guys haven't, Yeah,
I haven't.

Speaker 2 (27:32):
I love it. I love it.

Speaker 1 (27:33):
Oh yeah, I got I got friends out there. Bang yeah,
a good friend of mine.

Speaker 13 (27:38):
Mac g Okay people, Okay, yes, I gotta come.

Speaker 2 (27:42):
You have too, but you don't count really, Yes, I know,
but we use over here. That's why I said. That's
what we know him over here.

Speaker 1 (27:49):
But I know them because I met I met Bonog
in South Africa.

Speaker 2 (27:52):
Yeah, and what I meant Mac yet, I don't know.
But I was with me and Mac.

Speaker 1 (27:56):
We spent the holidays, not all the holidays, but he
was in jamze Ball when I was there.

Speaker 6 (28:01):
Now, how difficult was it to break through? Because there's
so much music when I go there, right, and so
much music that's like you said, vibrant. It's the clubs
are always popping. People know it, but not too many
records cross over to the States. So how difficult was
it for you to cross over to the States.

Speaker 13 (28:16):
It was very difficult, But I mean it wasn't even
something that I was intentional about, Like obviously I had
big dreams of becoming a star and everything, but I
feel like everything kind of fell into place naturally, which
is amazing as God's work for real, because everything in
Lushi was so insanely like perfect. But yeah, there was

a lot of work, like recording, a lot making things
happen when I didn't have the resources, and just what
I have now, like what I have now, it's so
much easier. I'm able to do bigger things and I
have more opportunities, so I'm just taking it at this point.

Speaker 1 (28:53):
Yeah, I heard you say once, you know, Water took
off so fast that the record basically was getting bigger
than you, So your team had the low key scramble
to align things. You feel like now your name is
as big.

Speaker 2 (29:04):
As that record.

Speaker 13 (29:06):
It wasn't even my team actually, like water was booming
on TikTok and I was shocked, like I was in
a different country for something else, and I saw the response.
I was like, hey, I need to work now. And
I love social media. I love making videos and all
that stuff, so I knew that I had to just
get my face out there more.

Speaker 15 (29:26):
And yeah, I did the vvo thing.

Speaker 13 (29:28):
I was able to do a video and then yeah,
it took.

Speaker 2 (29:32):
Off because of a TikTok challenge.

Speaker 5 (29:33):
Right, Well, she has this dance that people still think
they know how to do and they don't.

Speaker 1 (29:38):
But I saw it just doing it.

Speaker 3 (29:41):
Yeah, because I do know how to do it, but
a lot of people don't do it.

Speaker 5 (29:45):
But that's what made it like very very like even
more bigger, Like everybody wanted to do the dance because
you definitely can dance serious, so that's why everybody.

Speaker 3 (29:55):
That's what made it even more popper.

Speaker 2 (29:56):
What's the dance.

Speaker 15 (29:58):
It's a down style called bakadi. It's like South.

Speaker 13 (30:00):
African like dancing and that originates in Pretoria.

Speaker 15 (30:05):
And yeah, people love it.

Speaker 13 (30:07):
I love it so much and I had to incorporate
it in my stuff. So I'm just happy that people
love it and it's spreading, you know.

Speaker 5 (30:15):
And you gotta pull the water down your back. I
know you're gonna try to do it. You gotta pour
the water down your back.

Speaker 2 (30:19):
It was like.

Speaker 5 (30:21):
Your bucket yelling idiot, Yes, you gotta make your butt
un and yeah, you know how to do that.

Speaker 15 (30:26):
You know how to do it.

Speaker 13 (30:27):
You think I can see you high on that throat.

Speaker 2 (30:34):
I could talk about this.

Speaker 6 (30:36):
Is it weird for you that you're so young but
you have so many girls that look up to you
inspire to be you.

Speaker 2 (30:41):
Is that a weird feeling?

Speaker 13 (30:43):
It is kind of weird because I remember being that
person and I'm still that person for people. But it's
inspiring for me as well, knowing that I'm able to
touch people and inspire people. You know, It's sounds cheesy,
but it's like amaz, It's an amazing feeling.

Speaker 6 (31:01):
You have to watch the way you move to now
do you move differently?

Speaker 15 (31:04):

Speaker 6 (31:04):
Dance move differently, now, do things differently because you know
that young girls follow your dance routines, follow your steps,
you move into and all that.

Speaker 13 (31:12):
I'm just being myself, you know, with everything, when I perform,
when I do anything, I'm just being myself. I'm showing
my culture from home, and whoever likes it likes it where.

Speaker 2 (31:21):
It doesn't definitely.

Speaker 5 (31:23):
And then you're still very young. So what you're doing
now you may not even be doing like you you're
twenty two, correct, you you still you know, you may
be different.

Speaker 3 (31:31):
I know when I was twenty two, gud was doing
a chicken here? You know, how do that? What the
chicken head?

Speaker 15 (31:35):
What's the chicken head?

Speaker 12 (31:36):

Speaker 3 (31:37):
Man, but it's it's real. It's a real good dance around,
nice dance.

Speaker 5 (31:40):
But but do you have any artists that you would
love to work with?

Speaker 15 (31:46):
Yeah, there's so many answers that I want to work with.
I really want to work with Party next Door.

Speaker 3 (31:50):
Oh yeah, nice?

Speaker 15 (31:51):
Yeah, I love his music.

Speaker 2 (31:53):
Do cats okay?

Speaker 15 (31:55):
Part South African Soul? Yeah something? Those are two like
main ones right now.

Speaker 3 (32:01):

Speaker 2 (32:02):
But who did you look.

Speaker 15 (32:03):
Up to growing up? Michael Britney, Whitney Houston?

Speaker 13 (32:10):
Oh wow, Nice, I love the Dell still love Adell Rihanna.

Speaker 15 (32:15):
Yoh. There's so many people.

Speaker 1 (32:16):
Who put you onto the ogs, like the Michaels and
the Whitneys. Was it you like like your parents?

Speaker 15 (32:21):
Yeah, my family. My family listened to everything like growing up,
I had a wide variety of music that I would
listen to.

Speaker 5 (32:28):
So yeah, we got more with Tyler.

Speaker 6 (32:31):
When we come back, don't move. It's to Breakfast Club,
Good Morning Morning. Everybody is DJ Envy, Jess Hilarious, Charlamagne,
the guy we are the Breakfast Club is still kicking
it with Tyler Charlamagne.

Speaker 1 (32:41):
I saw somewhere where they said, yeah, you you you
get irritated when people compare you to like pass pop artists.

Speaker 2 (32:47):
Is that true?

Speaker 15 (32:48):
It's not even irritated.

Speaker 13 (32:49):
It's just like I'm my own artist, you know, and
they are their own artists.

Speaker 15 (32:55):
So I don't know. People just like comparing, you know,
but yeah, it's whatever. It's the Internet.

Speaker 1 (33:00):
How do you feel like those comparisons affect you artistically,
like your artistic identity.

Speaker 2 (33:04):
How you think that?

Speaker 13 (33:04):
I don't think it does, you know, Like I see
it obviously and it's like whatever. But I'm just doing
what I want to do and I want to do
it and how I want to do it.

Speaker 6 (33:12):
So yeah, did you always know music was going to
be because they said you studied engineering as well. Did
you always know that I'm going to be a musician,
I'm gonna be a.

Speaker 1 (33:19):
Study's just some African stuff. You got you South African,
you got to be an engineer, doctor, you know.

Speaker 13 (33:25):
African parents like we have to study, like there's no way,
so it's hard to get into it. But I always knew,
like since I was small, I would tell everybody, I'm
going to.

Speaker 15 (33:35):
Be a pop star. I'm going to be a singer,
and it's never changed.

Speaker 2 (33:39):
You know you're going to sing this homework, these studies.

Speaker 6 (33:42):
Yes, were your parents always support them there or they
would like, let her do this for a little bit,
it's a hobby, but she's gonna be a doctor exactly.

Speaker 3 (33:50):

Speaker 13 (33:51):
They were supportive, like they wanted me to follow my dreams,
but they were also like realistic. They were like this
doesn't happen a lot to South Africans especially, and I
think there were just being more protective than not supportive.

Speaker 6 (34:03):
When did they realize it, but like she's good now,
Well it was like this is not a hobby anymore.
When did they finally say congratulations? When they say, all right,
she made it.

Speaker 15 (34:10):
I have my first song, getting late.

Speaker 13 (34:13):
I managed to do a music video for it, like
it took a year to finish because we had no support,
like we had to do favors and what in order
to get that video done. But when we got it
done and we released it did so much in South
Africa and my parents were like, Okay, you can do
good now, Yeah, you can do whatever you want to do.

Speaker 2 (34:32):
So you must have made some money. You must have
made some money. You want to check home.

Speaker 1 (34:40):
And I saw you a video you singing justin Bieber
at eleven, eleven years old.

Speaker 2 (34:45):
So so do.

Speaker 1 (34:46):
You you know credit that tunnel vision and that focus
of saying I know what I'm going to do, I
know how I want to do it.

Speaker 2 (34:52):
You attribute that to your success?

Speaker 15 (34:54):

Speaker 13 (34:56):
I've always been ambitious and a hard worker and whenever
I do someth thing I want to do with my base.
And yeah, when I was working towards this call, I
was just trying everything like I was on music, I
was on singing Epps, Instagram. I was doing everything like
in order to be seen.

Speaker 1 (35:12):
So yeah, does it matter having success in America?

Speaker 15 (35:17):
Does it matter?

Speaker 13 (35:18):
I feel like I just want to be able to
spread my music as as far as I'm able to.
You know, it's not even specifically breaking in America, breaking
here whatever. I just want my music to be a you.

Speaker 2 (35:30):
Know, so, yeah, and you had what was the injury?
They said, you hurt yourself?

Speaker 15 (35:35):
Yeah, I hurt myself. What I want to know what happened?

Speaker 2 (35:41):
No, it was just why do you want to know
what happened? Yeah?

Speaker 15 (35:50):
Like, yeah, it was just an injury. But I'm better.

Speaker 5 (35:55):
That's good. Yeah, okay, because we need to get it.

Speaker 15 (36:01):
Yeah yeah, yeah, yeah.

Speaker 3 (36:02):
And I bought Chris Brown tickets thinking that I was
gonna see you in it or not. Oh yeah, yeah, okay,
oh yeah, very much.

Speaker 2 (36:12):
He don't know that, but first of all, he knows.

Speaker 3 (36:16):
Tell nobody, but he knows.

Speaker 12 (36:19):

Speaker 1 (36:19):
I was watching the video with you had gone the
Jump record. You was very aggressive on that record. Was
that intentional on the song?

Speaker 13 (36:28):
Yeah, it was definitely intentional, Like I wanted a different
vibe for that song, especially because I needed that, you know,
rappers like you know, I wanted to show a different side.

Speaker 1 (36:39):
Were stunting on your people a little bit? Because you
shot the video on South Africa? Was that an intentional flex?

Speaker 13 (36:45):
I mean, I just wanted to show South Africa, the
beauty of South Africa where I'm from the culture. There's
a lot of like Easter eggs in there for the
South Africans, So that was really nice.

Speaker 1 (36:56):
All the other women in South Africa manager because you
said you got a line. You said, they never had
a pretty girl from Joe Berg see me now, and
that's what they prefer.

Speaker 2 (37:03):
You called all of muggly. You said, you've never been
a pretty girl from Joe Burg.

Speaker 13 (37:09):
No, the Americans, they haven't seen. But the pretty girls
are Joe Burgh for real? Like for real, what do
you mean?

Speaker 2 (37:17):
And America's never seen a pretty girl from Joe Burgh.

Speaker 13 (37:19):
Have you guys seen jes Yes, okay, then you've seen
pretty beautiful.

Speaker 15 (37:25):
Joba goes beautiful.

Speaker 2 (37:26):
She said, Joe burgher body the world. They look everybody.

Speaker 1 (37:31):
I thought you were saying, you do. They never seen
a pretty one before you. That's what I thought you
were saying.

Speaker 15 (37:35):
It's just a line, It's a it's a bar.

Speaker 3 (37:38):
Just enjoy, Yeah, just enjoy.

Speaker 15 (37:41):
Yeah, like.

Speaker 3 (37:44):
Anybody from Naked Man.

Speaker 15 (37:45):
For saying that, people have been making their own versions.

Speaker 13 (37:49):
You never had a pretty girl from Chicago from Yeah,
so I've been loving all the renditions as well, like
it's fun.

Speaker 15 (37:56):

Speaker 5 (37:57):
Have you ever been anywhere where it was a bunch
of ugly people?

Speaker 15 (38:05):
Have you know, have you seen it just a lot
of girl.

Speaker 5 (38:11):
Yeah, but what everywhere we live in America?

Speaker 2 (38:15):
Come on, you in Baltimore and you're so in Baltimore.
Have you ever heard of a study you know what?

Speaker 15 (38:23):

Speaker 1 (38:23):
Yeah, I don't understand a lot of them in Baltimore.
Pretty study though, yeah, and then yeah yeah yeah.

Speaker 2 (38:32):
But study nonetheless, I was like, this is awkward.

Speaker 5 (38:36):
So I don't even know what's going on where you've
been wearing like the ugliest people.

Speaker 3 (38:40):
Ye was like, oh my god. No, Like now we
just play a lot.

Speaker 6 (38:47):
We got more with Tyler when we come back. It's
the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 2 (38:50):
Good morning morning.

Speaker 6 (38:50):
Everybody is d J n V Jess hilarious, Charlamage. The
guy we are the Breakfast Club is still kicking it
with Tyler. Now, I'm sure there's a lot of dudes
in your d M.

Speaker 12 (38:59):

Speaker 6 (39:00):
How do you decide who you talk to who you
don't talk to? How can a guy kick it to
you if they want.

Speaker 13 (39:05):
To, like I don't on sadiems like that, Like if
I want to work with you, then I'll answer just
on work stuff.

Speaker 15 (39:12):
But no, I'm not No, I'm not on there.

Speaker 2 (39:15):
It's not happening.

Speaker 6 (39:16):
No, So you don't do the DM, you better somebody
come try to kick it to your person.

Speaker 13 (39:20):
You don't, Yeah, I mean like if you want to, like,
you know, I have to see you in person, like
say hi, whatnot?

Speaker 15 (39:27):
But I don't even like that.

Speaker 13 (39:28):
Hey, I'm very difficult guys, like I get like, I
don't know, I don't like a lot of things.

Speaker 1 (39:33):
So yeah, yeah, how do you balance having a personal
life versus the work?

Speaker 15 (39:37):

Speaker 1 (39:37):
Because you know in the song Priority you say my
first mistake was thinking that I could be everything, and
you say you were spreading yourself. Then, so how do
you how do you balance having a personal life versus.

Speaker 2 (39:47):
The work life?

Speaker 15 (39:48):
I don't know.

Speaker 13 (39:49):
I just feel like I have a like a strong
support system family friends. Yeah, I keep my private life
somewhat private, you know. And yeah, like work, I don't
even see it like work. I just see it as
like you're having fun, Like I genuinely enjoy doing everything
that I'm doing, like making music, performing, like it's so

much fun for me. And when I go home, I'm
just home with my SNR.

Speaker 2 (40:15):
Yeah school school me.

Speaker 1 (40:17):
On these debates that they be having about your identity
as a South African colored person, is what does that
even mean?

Speaker 12 (40:29):

Speaker 2 (40:30):
I like that.

Speaker 1 (40:30):
We're keeping that in the interview too. I like when
they talk from the back and say we can't.

Speaker 2 (40:36):
I like that. I like that's good, that's even better.
That's stupid.

Speaker 1 (40:45):
Did you see Kevin Hart give case to not a
frame picture of You're saying, what was it?

Speaker 3 (40:52):
But we're friends though.

Speaker 15 (40:53):
Yeah, guys, the thing stretched.

Speaker 6 (40:57):
You heard his heart and I seen you was just joking.
You were just trying to be innocent.

Speaker 2 (41:00):
Get it this way everywhere.

Speaker 3 (41:01):
She was so sweet about it still though, you know,
but friends.

Speaker 13 (41:04):
Though, Yeah, Yo, don't put me on the spot, guys.
I was embarrassed. I'm sorry. We see like, I'm sorry.
Don't put me on this.

Speaker 2 (41:12):
Joke about that.

Speaker 15 (41:14):
I mean, we don't really.

Speaker 2 (41:16):
Talk about uncomfortable. You knew before that.

Speaker 13 (41:20):
Though, right, I knew of him. Yeah, we met. Yeah,
we met in New York. Yeah, around New Year's Yeah,
for the first time. Yeah, and then I went on
the stream. It was actually really fun.

Speaker 2 (41:34):
You just can't believe that went so far.

Speaker 13 (41:35):
Your face was it was just like like every time
I'm getting tagg He's people are commenting me.

Speaker 15 (41:41):
Friends though, it's the whole thing.

Speaker 3 (41:44):
It's funny.

Speaker 5 (41:45):
You never laugh at it. You just was like, people
keep you never laughed at it. I thought it was
funny because you were still being sweet about it.

Speaker 13 (41:52):
Yeah, I know, I found it funny. Like when people
started dragging, I was like, oh you guys.

Speaker 2 (41:56):
Yeah, friends about dude. You can sell merchant all that? Yeah,
put car in the video.

Speaker 15 (42:04):
I don't know if I don't know if I'm gonna
make it all now profitable?

Speaker 2 (42:11):
Will not think I would do it too. I think
I would do it.

Speaker 7 (42:15):

Speaker 1 (42:16):
Where did you get the idea to do your met
Yalla outfit? Made completely out of sand? Was it really
made out of sand?

Speaker 15 (42:21):
Yeah? It was all sand.

Speaker 12 (42:23):

Speaker 13 (42:24):
I was pitched out from Boman and yeah it was
a favorite, you know. So I saw it, they send samples.
I was like, this is insane. I have to I
have to put it on. You know. I love fashion,
I love playing with stuff, So it was like a
given as soon as I saw what I was.

Speaker 1 (42:39):
Look beautiful and yeah, we're you scared of somebody was
gonna throw water on you and turn it into mud.

Speaker 15 (42:46):
Even if they did, I would still you.

Speaker 2 (42:48):
Style in that mud. Huh.

Speaker 15 (42:49):
Yeah, you know I can win anything anyway.

Speaker 3 (42:53):
Yeah, do you have a favorite song of your own?
Like yeah mm hmmm.

Speaker 13 (42:58):
I think my favorite song is Breathing literally like that
song is just so touching.

Speaker 3 (43:05):
What song do you get tired of performing?

Speaker 15 (43:07):

Speaker 7 (43:08):

Speaker 13 (43:09):
Hey, I just started like like I love performing.

Speaker 15 (43:15):
I love performing.

Speaker 6 (43:16):
Yeah, okay, all right, Tyler, wasn't that bad?

Speaker 2 (43:21):
Was it?

Speaker 19 (43:21):

Speaker 2 (43:22):
No good?

Speaker 15 (43:24):
I'm good what you got.

Speaker 1 (43:27):
Because the labels, let's talk about it because I want
I want you to notice for other interviews, right when
they go in and they tell like the interviewers what
to say and what not to say this and that,
that's what makes it awkward.

Speaker 15 (43:42):
Yeah, yeah, yeah, I'm not. Are you awkward?

Speaker 2 (43:44):
No, I'm not awkward.

Speaker 3 (43:46):
Yeah no, no, no, you're not.

Speaker 5 (43:48):
But the label will make it awkward like they'll they'll
make it seem like.

Speaker 3 (43:52):
You want to see for you to be awkward because
of alone.

Speaker 2 (43:57):
Man must leave the God.

Speaker 3 (44:02):
The worst every day.

Speaker 2 (44:05):
Yeah, well, Tyler.

Speaker 6 (44:06):
Tyler's album is Tyler and Tyler.

Speaker 2 (44:10):
What song you want to hear?

Speaker 14 (44:10):

Speaker 6 (44:11):
What you want to hear? Don't say water any songble water?

Speaker 3 (44:14):
I knew she won't gonna say water.

Speaker 6 (44:16):
Yeah, Jump John featuring I won't get into it now,
thank you, Tyler.

Speaker 2 (44:22):
It's the Breakfast the Morning he jump jump listening to
the same song morning.

Speaker 6 (44:29):
Everybody's the m V Jess, Hilary Charloamage the guy we
are the breakfast club.

Speaker 2 (44:34):
Uh, I guess laptop, Jess.

Speaker 3 (44:37):
Okay, I can see what you're shopping corn.

Speaker 5 (44:40):
No, it's not this is uh nipple something.

Speaker 2 (44:45):
Yeah, I see that. It's like a breast bump.

Speaker 12 (44:47):

Speaker 3 (44:48):
Rest, I'm trying to find the best one right now.

Speaker 1 (44:50):
Okay, because Just is on zoom right now and I
can see her laptops. I'm just you know, I don't
know if you want people to see that, but yeah, baby.

Speaker 3 (44:58):
I don't care.

Speaker 2 (44:59):

Speaker 3 (45:00):
You don't have a registry you want me to send
to you? Will you buy everything?

Speaker 12 (45:04):
You do?

Speaker 8 (45:05):
You do?

Speaker 2 (45:06):
You want me to do it? She said, everything everything?
All right? Well, let's get to Jest with the mess.

Speaker 3 (45:14):
Is lais jes Car robber Moore. Just don't do no lines,
don't do that.

Speaker 1 (45:19):
Talk talk the stations world why worldwide, on the breakfast clubs,
the coaching.

Speaker 14 (45:29):
She was able to get y'all to see something and
understand something that nobody.

Speaker 2 (45:34):
Could get you to see.

Speaker 3 (45:35):
This set it off, all right.

Speaker 5 (45:38):
So Arianna Grande and cal Mitchell opened about open up
about Dan Schneider. So for those who don't know Ariana Grande,
she actually did shows under Dan Schneider's leadership. And she
sat down with Penn Badgeley, who is from Baltimore. That's
the star from the the next the Netflix series you

I mean as a podcast, it's called Paul Crashed, and
she spoke her experiences as a child actor and working
on Nickelodeon, and during the conversation they asked her how
she feels about children acting.

Speaker 20 (46:09):
My relationship to it has been changing, and I'm reprocessing
a lot of what the experience was like. I think
that the environment needs to be made safer if kids
are going to be acting, and I think there should
be therapists. I think there should be parents allowed to
be wherever they want to be. And I think not

only on kids sets. I think if anyone wants to
do this, or music or anything at the level of
exposure that it means to be on TV or to
do music with a major label or whatever, there should
be in the contract something about therapy is mandatory twice
meek or something like that.

Speaker 5 (46:50):
Yeah, her answer was interesting considering all the heat that
Dan Schneider is getting for the unsafe work environment he
allegedly allowed, which was exposed.

Speaker 3 (46:58):
In the Quiet.

Speaker 5 (46:59):
On that documentary, fans in the comments spoke on how
visibly uncomfortable Arianna was.

Speaker 3 (47:06):
Actually in the show too.

Speaker 5 (47:09):
They had her doing a lot of member I told you,
they had her doing a lot of like sexual things.
Like it was one scene on the show where she
was like jerking this like there you saying, her doing
all kinds of stuff and then moaning and pulling liquid
on herself, all that type of stuff.

Speaker 3 (47:30):
And that was the show that she was on.

Speaker 2 (47:32):
So somebody like her.

Speaker 1 (47:35):
She was young when she did that, so you get old,
then you probably reflect and realize, like that what it was?

Speaker 3 (47:41):
Have you doing all types of Yeah, that was crazy.

Speaker 5 (47:46):
And then Cal Mitchell, who was on an entirely separate podcast,
he also ended up speaking on Dan Schneider as well.
Cal was on Kicky Palmer's podcast and he spoke on
how his relationship with Dan went south.

Speaker 21 (47:57):
They left us with the head writer to Dan Schneider, right,
he's writing, and so me and him kind of like
bumps a little bit because of the direction of how
the characters were going and what would happen. Was the
writers that were rooting for me when we would try
it my way, we would get the laughs, and the
other way it wasn't working. Me and Dan had a

big like argument, took me to He was like, let's
go over here to this, uh this room right here
in his closet. He closed the door and he just
took off, you know, just yelling all this, you know.
And so, being from the shot, I had a decision
to make. Either we're gonna fight or either I'm going.

Speaker 3 (48:35):
To leave, and so what That's what I did.

Speaker 2 (48:37):
I left.

Speaker 3 (48:42):
Yeah, but let's go into this closet, close the door,
and then.

Speaker 1 (48:46):
Just start screaming at me, he said, Being from the shot,
we had two options, either fight or leave.

Speaker 2 (48:52):
What about shoot? Kid? Violence difference shooting. I'm not in it.

Speaker 3 (49:00):
I'm just saying I don't see Kel doing it. I
don't see Kel getting up like that.

Speaker 2 (49:04):
No, none of that. He's probably what twelve thirteen years old,
I don't.

Speaker 1 (49:07):
Know old, but I think a lot of he's looking
at this through an adult lens. He wasn't thinking about
fighting at that young age, you.

Speaker 3 (49:14):
Know what I mean, thinking about keeping that job, are surviving.

Speaker 2 (49:17):
He probably was just scared and wanted, like you said,
he wanted to leave.

Speaker 5 (49:21):
Yeah, he wanted to leave, so he said he did leave.
But your cousin makes a confession. So Chloe Bailey was
on her Live or she was on live on TikTok
when she decided to make a confession to her fans.

Speaker 15 (49:34):
Just spilled some tea. You want to know my confession.

Speaker 22 (49:37):
My confession is that recently I have begun consuming chicken.
You know, the first time I ate it, my stomach cramped.
Maybe a little bit after that, I was fine. I
just can't eat fried chicken with egg washed because I'm.

Speaker 3 (49:53):
Allergic to eggs.

Speaker 15 (49:54):
But what I have noticed is that my body has
been getting more tone.

Speaker 2 (50:01):
What an era we're in when something like that is news.

Speaker 5 (50:04):
Yeah, but she was vegan, so she's she's she and
she has been vegan for eleven years. Yeah, and it's
surprising because if you remember, Chloe was on the internet
crying about a year ago because her hotel accidentally served
her an actual beef burger instead of.

Speaker 2 (50:20):
Got her back hooked beyond got her back hooked.

Speaker 5 (50:24):
Vegan beyond meat burger. But the thing is, like, yo,
you know the difference you feel me like, especially if
you've been vegan for eleven years, like baby.

Speaker 1 (50:32):
You know the differences, right, that's why she's back a
carnivore now, yeah.

Speaker 3 (50:36):
Yeah, she ate like she tore that burger up. You
would be if you were a real.

Speaker 5 (50:41):
Elkaline vegan and you bite into an actual beef burger
because first of all, the smell of it. You're gonna
smell it because it's it's real meat versus that plant
based crap. So it's like, yeah, so you you've been
eating air for the last eleven years, and then the
first bite it's like, oh, okay, no, this is different,

seriously like that you'll be able to.

Speaker 2 (51:03):
Know, but google alkaline b go ahead, Yeah.

Speaker 3 (51:06):
That's when you are. That's when you serve.

Speaker 2 (51:11):

Speaker 5 (51:12):
She clarified that she still doesn't eat any other dairy
products or types of me as you heard her say,
she's allergic the eggs so and she claimed that she
hasn't experienced any negative side effects eating chicken after such.

Speaker 2 (51:23):
A long time.

Speaker 3 (51:25):
Hard to let that bird go telling.

Speaker 5 (51:27):
Young Blue goes off on Boosy. Yesterday, dj't shared videos
of an interview with Boosy where they speak on Young
Blue and they laughed at him and claiming that he
only made five hundred dollars off of a song that
he dissed them on. Following the release of the video,
Young Blue hop on acts to get some things off

his chest.

Speaker 3 (51:49):
Now he can spell and everything. But I'm not going
to read all of this. But it's just some.

Speaker 1 (51:55):
No, yes, you should, you should ask if you should
say it before you Yeah, I make that mistake sometimes.

Speaker 2 (52:02):
Yeah, both do we just dump it on you? Just
say testicles? No you can't.

Speaker 1 (52:08):

Speaker 5 (52:09):
Okay, Well, Boosey got my gonads in his mouth. I
didn't say every interview, Oh man, go ahead.

Speaker 3 (52:16):
Every interview. That guy is obsessed.

Speaker 5 (52:20):
I dropped the rap album with one week promo and
no singles, just to get it out, just to get
out my deal.

Speaker 3 (52:26):
And I did that.

Speaker 5 (52:28):
Seventeen times more than you. And the only reason it
did that because I wasted energy talking about show ass
and nobody wanted to head that ass because it was
about you, you know what, my R and B project
whatever whatever. So basically, yeah, he he wrote a long
pdfile that Boosy probably didn't read. Boozy and Young Blue

have been beefing for a while now over contract dispute.
Boozy feels like Young Blue owes him money for putting
him on, so.

Speaker 2 (52:59):
Well, I don't think Boosy's wrong.

Speaker 1 (53:02):
So I think Blue and Boosy just need to figure out,
you know, what the amicable number is and get over it.

Speaker 6 (53:10):
Remember, because it was a contract and then they said
somebody from Boosey's family signed the contract. It really wasn't Boozy.
So they're basing it off of that contract. So what
they have to go to do is they have to
go to court and see if that contract is liable.

Speaker 2 (53:21):
Well won't they go do that?

Speaker 1 (53:22):
Because one thing, I'm realizing Boosey is relentless, yes, okay,
And I think Young Blue is realizing Boosy is relentless. Okay,
So they need to figure something out of this is
gonna be going on. It's gonna get the fifty and
joy rule levels of a never, never ending fuseu Yo.

Speaker 5 (53:37):
I just hate when niggas go to like X and
write long, you know, excerpts like yo, this, why are
we doing this?

Speaker 3 (53:45):
Like why was that that long? And I said he
could spell, but he can't.

Speaker 1 (53:51):
I do wonder why people make those decisions, right, Like
why type all of that when you can just go
on Instagram.

Speaker 3 (53:56):
Live yeah, just say it or wrap about it or call.

Speaker 2 (54:00):
Him like, why would long ass voice notes? They ain't
gonna listen.

Speaker 6 (54:03):
They just responding. He's just responding to what boots he said,
long tweets write a book.

Speaker 2 (54:08):
He's just responding. Is he just been somebody says something
about you?

Speaker 3 (54:12):
You want to vent MVY is such an industry therapist.

Speaker 2 (54:15):
I'm not.

Speaker 6 (54:17):
But you got people of people you been showing somebody
you want to showing them back? You know, I mean
it's it's cool when they do it, but when I
do it, it's a problem from like that's how people feel.

Speaker 3 (54:29):
I guess you take better ways to respond.

Speaker 2 (54:32):
Yes, all I was trying to say is he ain't
need to type all that he could have just did.

Speaker 5 (54:37):
And when I skimmed through it, I was, okay, he
can spell a little bit. But then it's like, nah's
run on.

Speaker 6 (54:43):
Maybe he didn't have a haircut. Maybe he didn't have
a haircut. That's why he want to go live.

Speaker 3 (54:47):
See what I'm saying.

Speaker 6 (54:48):
Anything he could be in the bed with his wife.
You want to want to just want to get some
things off his chest.

Speaker 3 (54:53):
You know what I'm saying.

Speaker 2 (54:55):
It's an industry therapist. He just like to be on
these people.

Speaker 1 (54:58):
D Yeah, that's what I haven't they you'd be having
the basketballs in your mouthpiece. I can't say that. Yes
I can, Yes, I absolutely can't. Okay, Okay, Jesus christis
when people keep it up, when people will keep all
the deeper.

Speaker 3 (55:19):
He's when people don't need the benefit of a doubt
right giving its own like giving it.

Speaker 2 (55:24):
You gotta see both sides. You only see it from
one side. Somebody. If somebody throws a stab at you,
you want to throw a stab back. All we were
saying is he don't need to type all of that.
My head cut and I just want to type it out. Boy,
I don't even know what you're talking about.

Speaker 1 (55:37):
Worry about this man, you know what I'm saying. Jesus Christ,
bro God damn, you bring a saddle for these penises.

Speaker 2 (55:44):
That's listen.

Speaker 1 (55:47):
Hour after the hour. We got a donkey today. Nathan
Wade needs to come to the front of congregation. We
like to have a world with him.

Speaker 2 (55:54):
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to break red fix my messes after that.

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Speaker 1 (56:55):
Donkey today for Thursday, June thirteenth. Case the former Atlanta
prosecutor Nathan and his media consultant. I don't know his
media consultant name. I wish I did you know who?
Nathan Wade is right, the former Trump prosecutor who resigned
because he was in a romantic relationship with the District
Attorney of Fulton County, Fanny Willis. Yesterday, Nathan was doing
a taped interview with CNN, and he was being asked

about the timeline of his relationship with Fanny Willis. Now,
Nathan revealed that he still regularly speaks with Willis and
has told her that the election interference case against Trump
will live on despite his removal. We'll see about that now.
Caitlin Collins of CNN was interviewing Nathan. I don't think
she was pressing them. I don't think she was grilling them.
It's a simple question that should just be answered honestly.

If you answer it truthfully, then you'll have no problems.
You already took the stand about it. So the CNN
interview should have been a breeze. But like most handlers do,
most media consultants, publicists, whatever you call them nowadays, they
made it worse. Nathan asked the question, Nathan has asked
the question, and then the media consultant mid interview stops
the conversation.

Speaker 23 (57:59):
Let's listen, just to clarify, when did the romantic relationship
between the two of you start.

Speaker 2 (58:07):
Yeah, so you know, we get into.

Speaker 24 (58:11):
There's been this effort to to to to say that Okay,
these these exact dates are are are are at issue,
and these exact dates are I'm getting I'm getting signals here?

Speaker 2 (58:31):
Yes, you damn right, keep rolling.

Speaker 1 (58:41):
You better not cut these cameras off right now, we're
keeping all of this, my god, team, Nathan Nathan Wade,
can you look any more disingenuous? Can you look any
more suspicious? Fire that media consultant immediately? That media consultant
does not care about you. Number one, you should have
been prepped for that question beforehand, because you know you're
gonna be asked that. Okay, why do we act like

when we go on CNN or any of these platforms.
We aren't prepped on the line of questioning. So messages
all publicists and media relations people, media consultants, whatever you
call them. Instead of trying to control the interviewer and
tell them what to ask and what not to ask,
how about prep your client on how to answer and
if they have nothing to hide and are answering. Honestly,
it shouldn't be a problem. But Nathan Wade's team stopped

the interview, then requested to speak with his client off mike,
and then they huddled together away from CNN and Collins
to clearly discuss how to answer what should be a
simple question. Now, guess what, It's viral everywhere. You made
a situation that wouldn't even have been bad terrible. I
saw that Nathan was gonna sit with CNN, but I

honestly didn't really care. This interview could have been a
simple part, meaning it could have came out lingered for
a second.

Speaker 2 (59:51):
And went away.

Speaker 1 (59:52):
But nope, because of this media consultant, this interview is
now a shark, a nasty, wet, disgusting shart running down
all of our legs. Okay, all because of over zealous
media consultants and Nathan. What's the point of hiring a
media consultant to make you look good in the media.
If the media consultant just gonna make you look bad,
If the media consultant just gonna make you look like
a liar. You know why you look like a liar because,

like Mark Twain said, if you tell the truth, you
don't have to remember anything. The fact you had this,
the fact the interview had to be stopped and y'all
had to huddle together. You had to huddle with your
media consultant about a simple question that you should easily
know the answer to. Is because you might not have
been being honest and your media consultant had to brief
you on what they coached you to say. Now, would
you like to hear what Nathan said after he huddled

with his media consultant.

Speaker 2 (01:00:37):
Let's go back to see it and then for the report.
Please everything, okayt Yeah, just to revisit the question.

Speaker 23 (01:00:43):
It was to clarify when the romantic relationship started and
when it ended.

Speaker 24 (01:00:48):
Sure, So you know, I believe that the public has
through the testimony and other interviews, the public has a
clear snapshot that this is clearly just a distraction. It
is not a relevant issue in this case, and I
think that we should be focusing on more of the

facts and the indictment in the case.

Speaker 1 (01:01:12):
So you mean to tell me you hired a media consultant,
paying them all types of money to tell you something
in the middle of an interview that he could have
told you the day before the interview.

Speaker 2 (01:01:21):
And that's basically we're not going to answer this question, y'all.

Speaker 1 (01:01:25):
Stop the holes in and production huddled only to sit
back down and basically say no comment, nothing.

Speaker 2 (01:01:32):
You just ignored the question. Oh you're dumb.

Speaker 1 (01:01:36):
Hold on, let me say it like I have a
suit on how unintelligent are you Okay, there is no
need for publicists, media consultants, nothing. All you need when
you sit down in the interview is the truth and
the courage to speak it, and you will be fine.
Please give Nathan Wade and his media consultant the biggest
he are. What's wrong with people?

Speaker 2 (01:01:56):
Man? I have no clues.

Speaker 1 (01:02:00):
We can all see you, we're watching you. You think
CNN gonna cut their cameras. You think CNN not gonna
put that out there and let the people see exactly
what happened.

Speaker 6 (01:02:09):
I never understood when somebody, celebrity, anybody does an interview,
and you interviewing somebody, I mean nine times out of ten,
you know the questions they're gonna ask, And why don't
you prepare yourself for that question? I have an answer
for that question. They you know they were gonna ask
about that?

Speaker 1 (01:02:24):
Well, like I said, most of the time, these media
consultants and publicists they want to control the person asking
the questions as opposed to prepping their client on how
to answer them.

Speaker 2 (01:02:34):
But like I said, all you need is a little
bit of honesty and the courage. Well yeah, or no comment, and.

Speaker 1 (01:02:40):
You don't need you don't need a problem. I wouldn't
pay this media consult. You post made me look good
in the media. You made me look terrible. No comment,
and no comment is great.

Speaker 2 (01:02:49):
No comment. I can't discuss this now. This is a
legal matter. Maybe next time we'll come back and discuss this.
Shut up.

Speaker 1 (01:02:56):
See you say too much. That's your problem. You just
can't shut up. No comic exactly, no comment. This is
a legal matter. I'll discuss this further next time I
come back. I'll bring my saddle next time.

Speaker 6 (01:03:07):
Like, shut up, I don't have a saddle, sir, But
thank you, Oh, I don't even thank you for that,
dunky today up next, just fix my mess if you
have a question for just eight hundred and five eighty
five one oh five to one. Just is a lady
named Jocelyn on the line. She wants to uh. She
wants Charlemagne to fix his lot his lip gloss said,
his lip gloss is popping and doesn't know why he
wears so much lip gloss.

Speaker 2 (01:03:26):
Crazy. How women be hating on me?

Speaker 1 (01:03:28):
Women and gay men really be hating on me because
they don't have my eyebrows, they don't have my lips,
they don't have my natural features.

Speaker 2 (01:03:33):
It's okay, take it up with God.

Speaker 1 (01:03:35):
Stop calling the radio station, you complaining, Get on your
knees and say God, why did you make that man
so handsome?

Speaker 2 (01:03:41):

Speaker 1 (01:03:42):
Why does he have all the features? I gotta pay
for it, naturally, that's what y'all should be saying. Okay, okay,
By the way, Jess, your edges look.

Speaker 2 (01:03:50):
Amazing this morning. I don't know what kind of jail
you use, but use that one all the time. Now,
are you gonna start using that one too?

Speaker 3 (01:03:57):
Can we take the cols when we come back?

Speaker 2 (01:03:59):
It's there? This club? Good board it, thank you. It's
a breakfast club.

Speaker 3 (01:04:05):
Are you okay? I'm lead? You are better? But are
you feeling okay?

Speaker 12 (01:04:08):
I am, I'm much I'm back. Okay.

Speaker 3 (01:04:14):
So so she you were in New York and she
was in North Carolina? Yeah okay?

Speaker 12 (01:04:18):

Speaker 3 (01:04:19):
Is she much younger than you? Only twenty twenty? You twenty?

Speaker 1 (01:04:25):

Speaker 3 (01:04:26):
Is she twenty as well?

Speaker 12 (01:04:28):
She's going to be twenty oh yeah.

Speaker 3 (01:04:31):
Yeah, that's that's on brand for a little dumb kid
like that. I mean, yeah, she she could care less.

Speaker 5 (01:04:36):
I mean I think you just I think you know
what you have to do, but like you have to
because obviously your health needs to be your priority, and
you don't need to be around somebody like that. I mean,
I understand you young, but she's younger and her mindset
is all over the place. If she was to say
something like that to you, because you could have died,
you could have resulted in dying.

Speaker 3 (01:04:57):
And if it just would have been recipees keeping more
she heard, she dealing with so many. Her roster is long, brother,
So I need for you to just move on, all right, Yeah,
I feel better.

Speaker 6 (01:05:09):
All right, Just fix my mess eight hundred and five
eighty five, one oh five one. If you need relationship
advice and any type of advice called Jess right now,
it's the breakfast Club.

Speaker 2 (01:05:17):
Good morning, Bernie.

Speaker 3 (01:05:20):
It's a real pal.

Speaker 2 (01:05:21):
Help me.

Speaker 3 (01:05:24):
Oh my god, I'm all up in your mess. I'm
gonna fix it.

Speaker 2 (01:05:26):
Next it, fixed it, fix it, Just gonna fix your
mess because my advice is real. Morning.

Speaker 6 (01:05:32):
Everybody is Steve, j n V, Jess, Hilarry, Charlamagne, the guy.
We are the breakfast Club in the middle of just
fix my mess. We got Maya on the line, Maya,
good morning. Hello, Hey, what's your question for Jess?

Speaker 25 (01:05:43):
Morning morning, the morning, good morning, good morning. I didn't
think I was gonna get through.

Speaker 10 (01:05:56):

Speaker 25 (01:05:57):
So I'm in this situation with my boyfriends. He's supposed
to be going to school, but every time I say something,
it's like he doesn't want to hear it. But then
let him to his homeboys and then he's like, oh yeah,
my home boys just told me that sent the fair news, right,
And it's like I told you the same thing.

Speaker 3 (01:06:16):
M So wait, what's what's going on? Say it again? Okay?

Speaker 25 (01:06:21):
So my boss wants to be going to school. He
wants to get his DED so he can go back
to plumbing school, and he's just been procrastinating the whole time.
Every time I stay tooting at him, it's like he
doesn't want.

Speaker 2 (01:06:35):
To hear it.

Speaker 25 (01:06:36):
But then again he wants me to stay on.

Speaker 12 (01:06:38):
Top of him.

Speaker 25 (01:06:38):
But every time I steel on top of him, he
just feels like I'm nagging at him about getting Say something, Tom,
say it again.

Speaker 5 (01:06:48):
He said saying about going to school getting his GD Yes, okay,
and you said every time when his homeboys say something
to him what he like.

Speaker 10 (01:06:57):
He'll take it.

Speaker 25 (01:06:59):
He'll take their advice and be like, oh yeah, you know,
my homeboy's right. Just that and a third and I'm
just like I could you and you saw how I
was nagg nasty.

Speaker 5 (01:07:09):
It could be the way that we you know, we
say things differently, you know, it's not really about what
we say, is how we say it. You know, as
homeboys may be able to relate to him, not maybe able,
they're able to relate to him on a level where
it's like more of a safer environment. You know, How
do you talk to him? Are you spicy? Are you
like a little degrading? Are you a little aggressive?

Speaker 25 (01:07:30):
He says, I can be a little aggressive sometimes and
a little spicy. I don't really see it bout me. Yeah,
I don't know.

Speaker 5 (01:07:37):
Yeah, you probably are, but you've probably been that way
for so long that that's why you don't see it.
I'm that way too, and I do see it. I
just don't stop doing what I'm doing. But yeah, like you, you,
it's certain ways that you can talk to him, because
he probably is not confident already in that, like you
know what I'm saying.

Speaker 3 (01:07:55):
So I feel like.

Speaker 25 (01:07:59):
I think he has any be a little bit, but
he can't stay focused on one thing for too long
without getting bored. So it's like all right now, and imagine.

Speaker 5 (01:08:13):
Yeah, and I imagine that you get frustrated with that,
so you can kind of act in a motherly way probably,
I'm assuming, yeah, and that that actually plays a part
and its confidence as well, you know what I mean, because.

Speaker 3 (01:08:26):
Adhd ain't really not going to play with that baby.

Speaker 5 (01:08:28):
Like I know, maybe two out of every three out
of four people got it, but some people it's severe
and people be trying to pay attention and can't you
know what I mean.

Speaker 3 (01:08:38):
So you just gotta be a little bit more patient
with him.

Speaker 25 (01:08:40):
I'm gonna try, hopefully, because I mean, I just I
just want to want the best friend.

Speaker 5 (01:08:47):
Of course, of course I'm sure he knows that, but
it's in certain ways, just like every kid don't learn
the same every man don't learn the same either, you know,
so kind of try different tactics and stuff, you.

Speaker 25 (01:08:58):
Know, right, well, thank you, no problem, you.

Speaker 2 (01:09:06):
All right, just fix my mess.

Speaker 6 (01:09:08):
Eight hundred five eight five one oh five one. Now
we got just with the mess coming up. What we're
talking about.

Speaker 5 (01:09:13):
Absolutely young thugs. Dad is seen dancing at gun As
Atlantic Concert.

Speaker 6 (01:09:18):
All right, Well we'll talk about that when we come
back as the Breakfast Club, Go Morning owning everybody. It's
the j Envy Jess, hilarious chelamage the guy.

Speaker 2 (01:09:25):
We are the Breakfast Club.

Speaker 5 (01:09:26):
Let's get to just mess is real hilarius j just
Robbin Moore just don't do no lines, don't do that talk.

Speaker 2 (01:09:37):
Talk stations world Why Jess worldwide on the Breakfast Club.
She's the coaches. She was able to get.

Speaker 14 (01:09:45):
Y'all to see something and understand something that.

Speaker 5 (01:09:48):
Nobody could get you to see this time to set
it off, Yes, car gets repossessed with baby inside.

Speaker 3 (01:09:55):
We got the report. Let's hear it so.

Speaker 7 (01:09:57):
Brian Miles left her week old baby in her car
just for half a minute to drop her other toddler
off a daycare.

Speaker 15 (01:10:04):
When she turned.

Speaker 7 (01:10:04):
Around, she saw someone driving off with the vehicle and
child from three three East Riverside.

Speaker 3 (01:10:10):
Or someone stole a female's gold.

Speaker 12 (01:10:12):
Car with a newborn inside.

Speaker 7 (01:10:14):
Another mother helped Miles follow the car down the street.
It would be several agonizing minutes before the two were reunited.
Please say the newborn wasn't kidnapped. A Repo man who'd
come to take Miles' vehicle had mistakenly driven off with
the child still inside. Miles says she had no warning
the car was being repossessed. Please say, though, that there

was no negligence on her part.

Speaker 6 (01:10:37):
I'm so confused about this story, very confused, Like what
so sad that it's no negligence.

Speaker 1 (01:10:42):
But even with that, why did you leave your baby
in the car for that law? You didn't see that
the call was getting repossessed, like you didn't see the
person doing it.

Speaker 6 (01:10:49):
Well, No, she ran in to drop off her other child,
and she didn't pay her bills, so they would probably
following her to report the car.

Speaker 2 (01:10:56):
So when she hopped out, took off your baby in
the cart?

Speaker 6 (01:11:02):
And of course you shouldn't, but I'm sure she was
ran to the front door and dropped off her kid
because she didn't want to take the baby out the
car seat and all that, and she just ran fast
and they.

Speaker 2 (01:11:09):
Took a car.

Speaker 1 (01:11:10):
My model is things happened quickly, Things happened fast. I
say that in the house all the time, things happened fast,
And that proves it.

Speaker 3 (01:11:17):
Right there, seven day old baby.

Speaker 2 (01:11:21):
What did she probably looked at it? The baby was sleeping.

Speaker 6 (01:11:23):
She didn't want to undisconnect the car seat and pull
her out and drop the baby off, So.

Speaker 1 (01:11:27):
That's what she probably did. Don't practice bad habits. I
bet you she'll never do that again, but never in life.

Speaker 3 (01:11:31):
She probably will never get the chance.

Speaker 5 (01:11:34):
Reports say that she did contact the police as soon
as she saw the car driving off, Luckily earlier in
the day to reprossession. Agents contacted Central Dispatch to notify
the police that they could take possession of the car
if the chance presented itself.

Speaker 3 (01:11:50):
So yeah, they already knew that they was gonna take
the car, and she knew it.

Speaker 6 (01:11:55):
Too, So she said, she said she didn't. She said
she didn't know that they was gonna take the car.
She said she never got a letter at all. But
the missing the point. The woman that owns it is
actually doing a goal for me to try to raise
some money to get the lady.

Speaker 1 (01:12:07):
Miss on the Corn back. Why would she leave her
baby in the car, even for that small amount of time.
Treat your baby the way you treat your phone, the
same way you panic whenever you get up and leave
somewhere and you don't have your phone. You won't need
a room with your phone. Don't treat your baby like that.
I guess we have to tell people that. Nowadays, babe,
we start putting Apple logo on people's head, on the
baby's heads.

Speaker 2 (01:12:25):
We'll treat the baby better. Lord, have mercy exactly.

Speaker 3 (01:12:29):
You have any other details, envy.

Speaker 2 (01:12:31):
No, not no other details. I just wanted you to
be thorough, to.

Speaker 3 (01:12:35):
Have you well, well I was gonna be thorough, but
I get cut off.

Speaker 1 (01:12:40):
So yeah, what you should have asked them? Just do
you have any other are you caping for this woman too?
Do you have any other reason? You have any other
reason why this woman isn't wrong?

Speaker 3 (01:12:50):
Now the fund me, did you give any money?

Speaker 12 (01:12:52):
I did not.

Speaker 6 (01:12:53):
I was telling you to get a car. I was
telling you the facts.

Speaker 25 (01:12:55):

Speaker 3 (01:12:56):
Now she needs a call, you won't get a car.

Speaker 6 (01:12:58):
But if she if she comes to the car, she
actually gonna give somebody a free to you. At least
maybe she could possibly win that. But I don't know
if she's around the car show time.

Speaker 5 (01:13:05):
You just keep doing just with the mess now rolling
down the street with the repossessed with the car, baby
going down the street, and you're talking about, oh, she
just probably didn't want to unbucket.

Speaker 2 (01:13:17):
We can see it. But people have done that before.

Speaker 3 (01:13:20):
I'm gonna go not seven day old baby, You'll come on.

Speaker 2 (01:13:25):
I don't do that, but people get people do it.

Speaker 3 (01:13:28):
But it's not right.

Speaker 2 (01:13:29):
That's not that's right, that's not right. That's right.

Speaker 5 (01:13:31):
And what's also not right is my boyfriend Chris Brown
gets stuck in the air for two songs at his
at the Prudential at his uh sold out concert last
night in Nowark, New Jersey. While Chris Brown was suspended
in mid air while performing under the influence trying all
that blood was just rushing to the head. Apparently the
cables that had yet I said the blood and I'm

a woman, there's nothing gay about that. Apparently the cables
that had that had him floating. The ad malfunctioned and
he got stuck up there. In the video you can
see that he's obviously annoyed, but he kept singing because
that's what he does, is a performer, because he's one
of the best. Eventually he stops signing up, stop singing,
they need to spell right. Eventually he stops singing and

starts barking on someone that can't be seen.

Speaker 3 (01:14:17):
Shortly after that, the stage crew.

Speaker 5 (01:14:20):
Showed up with the ladder to get him down in
the middle of a show with a ladder. Once he
released and once he was released and back on stage,
he went on to the rest of the show went
on with the rest of the show.

Speaker 3 (01:14:32):
That's crazy. Gotta call him a check up on him.

Speaker 2 (01:14:34):
Why you ain't help him? You can talk to Ain't
you going to the show next week?

Speaker 3 (01:14:38):
Yes, he gets stuck up dead. Oh it's going down
in Tanna Buckley's.

Speaker 2 (01:14:44):
Seven months pregnant. Please don't do that.

Speaker 5 (01:14:47):
But don't ever have him in the air for that long.
He could have died, all right, It wasn't necessarily could.

Speaker 2 (01:14:55):
He was fine. O geez, he wanted to be up there.

Speaker 5 (01:15:07):
You know sometimes when artists perform, you know, they gotta
do shut up, all right. So Young Thug's dad is
turning up at Gunna show. Jeffrey Williams Senior is support
and Gunner despite what people online have to say about it,
And a new clip from Gunna Show in Atlanta, Williams
Senior is seen turning up of turning up to Young

Thug and Gunna song Ski. Last year, during an interview
with the infamous Sylvia Williams Senior, Sylvie, what anyway, Gunnar
hadn't done anything that would harm his son's case. That's
that's what he said, and uh that he loves Gunna
And during a double Xcel interview. Gunna also talked about

his relationship with Young Thugs, saying it's the same, it's
love always. What they're not talking about is Gonna sold
out that arena.

Speaker 3 (01:16:00):
In Atlanta.

Speaker 5 (01:16:00):
When he was everybody was saying, oh, he can't come
back to Atlanta and all that, and he sold it out.

Speaker 3 (01:16:04):
So he still got a fan base. And he is popping.
Even though we looked like a little stud. Now he
getting it in.

Speaker 19 (01:16:11):

Speaker 5 (01:16:12):
Rihanna breaks another record. She became the first artist to
sell over one million album units in twenty twenty four
without releasing a project at all in twenty twenties. YEP
Chart Data announced her accomplishment on x yesterday.

Speaker 3 (01:16:28):
Yeah, so that's good.

Speaker 5 (01:16:29):
She is the only artist to reach his mouthstone without
having a released without having released an album in the
twenty twenty.

Speaker 2 (01:16:36):
Bombs, Rihanna. But that's what a great catalog would.

Speaker 3 (01:16:40):
Do for you though, right, yup, yup, keep on all.
I still bump our albums.

Speaker 5 (01:16:44):
Her last album was Anti that came out in twenty sixteen,
so about eight years ago. That's downhill, right, I mean yeah, like,
what is she plumbing.

Speaker 2 (01:17:01):
In Baltimore system? Baby?

Speaker 3 (01:17:05):
Well, baby please no, I don't. I don't. Don't play
with me.

Speaker 5 (01:17:08):
I went to a college preparatory school in Dallastown, Pennsylvania.

Speaker 3 (01:17:12):
Don't play with me. Talk to mister Hampton over there.

Speaker 2 (01:17:16):
I got my degree, ladies and gentlemen, and I didn't
pay for it. That just means you're not a philanthropist,
mister doctor. That's right. I'm a philanthropist. I got mine
in the real way.

Speaker 3 (01:17:26):

Speaker 2 (01:17:28):
Whatever, I can't take back. Too dumb to be correcting
each other.

Speaker 3 (01:17:33):
Yeah, honestly, yeah, you're right, and that is just with
the mess.

Speaker 2 (01:17:37):
All right. The People's Choice mixes up.

Speaker 6 (01:17:38):
Next, let's go everybody's DJ V just Lario show me
the guy. We are the breakfast club. Now we got
a special guest in the building if you don't know.
June is Men's Health month, awareness, prevention, education and of
course community and we have a special guest, doctor Joseph
a mental health month.

Speaker 2 (01:17:58):
Mental health month. Yes, yeah, how are you this morning?

Speaker 11 (01:18:00):
Great to be back, DJ Envy Charlemagne, thank you again
for having me.

Speaker 2 (01:18:04):
I don't think we can never have you enough, doctor Pumbill,
because you know me and ANDV.

Speaker 1 (01:18:08):
We've done every single cardiovascular test there is to tell
people all the time. You know, is the soaring heart
skin that really put my mind at ease, which helps
to ease the anxiety. And with so many people dying
of heart you know issues, I don't think we can
never have you on enough to talk about it.

Speaker 11 (01:18:23):
Well, you're very kind.

Speaker 19 (01:18:25):
The two of you and iHeart have done an amazing
job partnering with us to raise awareness, especially in underserved communities,
especially black men, to raise awareness about heart health mental health,
and you know, from my perspective, mental health is heart
health since so many people with anxiety and stress often

have symptoms that they think of their hearts. So I
want to thank you because you've made a tremendous impact
in the community. And it's Soreing Medical. All of us
are just trying to do.

Speaker 6 (01:18:55):
Our part now for people that don't know, just tuneing in,
maybe doesn't know doctor Joseph a Is or I didn't
hear you in the radio before, break down what you
do and how you make sure that people you know
can have a long lasting life.

Speaker 19 (01:19:09):
So at sore In Medical, we're an independent practice. For
the past ten years, I've worked hard to increase access,
develop the highest quality technology and interestingly we have the
most advanced three to four minute caroinary CTA scan we
call the sore and Heart scan, in part because we
have won an award now for five quarters in a

row having the highest quality heart scan wow on scan
three to four minutes, ninety nine percent accuracy, unrivaled, unparalleled.
No one else in the city or in the surrounding
areas has it.

Speaker 2 (01:19:43):
What was the price giving insurance me?

Speaker 14 (01:19:45):
You know?

Speaker 11 (01:19:45):
Recently I read.

Speaker 19 (01:19:46):
An article that rapper Fat Joe has taken on this
idea of transparency and healthcare prices. If you go on
any hospital website, do you know what it costs? If
you need a procedure but you don't know them, but
you don't know the number. When you buy your plane ticket,
you know what seat you're going to sit in, you

know the quality of the airline, the rating, and you
know what it's going to cost and you pay for
it right at that point. In twenty twenty one, there
was a presidential executive order that was followed upon in
twenty twenty two, as Fat Joe noted that hospitals are
required to make the costs of their services transparent, and unfortunately, few,

if any, certainly none in the New York area. I've
checked every website or making it happen. But at sort
of medical we're leading the way. We want to empower patients.
We want to give them access. So further to you
your point, certain services we want to bring right into
the community. Certain services the technology are the equipment so
expensive that maybe we need to look at putting it

on an eighteen wheel or something, or in a truck
and make it mobile. But sometimes we can only have
it in one facility. But the key point is people
spend a lot of time on the internet searching, they're
looking right, they don't know, trying to educate themselves, and
we hope if they come to our website, they're gonna
see easy access, high quality, transparent pricing. You put three

pieces of information and then soon we'll have a short
video to show them how to do that. But it
went live last evening and they'll know exactly what their
insurance is going to pay and what it's going to
cost them.

Speaker 1 (01:21:20):
I don't even think you should wait until you having symptoms.
I think you should just go do it. And the
reason I say that because you know you hear stories.
You'd be like, oh, such and such passed away. You'd
be like, damn, they passed away? How And they'd be like,
heart failure. That's literally all it'll say, Like call it
that heart failure, heart FAILU. I'm like, in my mind,
since I've done you know, you know, tests like the
SOAR heartscan, I'm thinking, did that person even go get
any type of test?

Speaker 19 (01:21:40):

Speaker 2 (01:21:40):
And the reason is is.

Speaker 19 (01:21:43):
When you hear about these forty year old men, fifty
year old men that die suddenly, and we see a
lot of it, you know, in the news every week,
we see they don't know they have heart disease. They
haven't even if they've gone to a physician, they haven't
had the proper testing. One out of three people who
have a heart attack, that's their first sign of a
heart attack, that's their first sign of heart disease, So

they just don't know.

Speaker 2 (01:22:06):
We're going to do something special for all the people
that book appointments correct.

Speaker 11 (01:22:09):
Well, we're looking forward to the eighteenth of June. That
evening we're going to have an event.

Speaker 19 (01:22:16):
We're going to have support your book launch with a
book signing event and festivities at our flagship office at
one twenty Wall Street. The conversation will be about the
book and how it can benefit and help improve any
organization's communicative and it's a personal structure, you know the
downside of small talking organizations.

Speaker 2 (01:22:34):
In addition that evening, those who attend.

Speaker 19 (01:22:37):
Will get a signed autograph, limited edition copy of your book,
and we're proud to do that. And in addition, for
the next five hundred people who come to Soeign Medical,
we're going to give them a free autograph limited edition
copy of your book. So we're glad to support you.
We appreciate all you have done and you dj envy
for the community, for people's healthcare, for being an advocate,

and uh, we're just trying to pay a little back
and a little forward for.

Speaker 1 (01:23:04):
You here with doctor Puma, says, So, everybody who'll be
calling up here all the time asking me for copies
of my book, if you're one of the first five
hundred people who book their heart health checkup with doctor Pumer,
you'll get a signed copy of my new book. Get
on us or die line. You can book the appointment
by dialing pound two point fifty from their cell phone
and say the keyword live longer repeat. Just dial pound

two fifty from your cell phone and say the keyword
live Longer, repeat and you'll get a copy of my
new book Get On as a die Line courtesy of
doctor Puma.

Speaker 2 (01:23:37):
That's right, and with the eventage June eighteenth, six to
eight pm at you at the flash your location.

Speaker 11 (01:23:43):
YEP one twenty Wall Street on the corner of South Street.

Speaker 2 (01:23:45):
That's right.

Speaker 6 (01:23:46):
We appreciate you for coming always and you're always invited
up here. I mean, I mean, this is something that
Charlamagne and myself talk about all the time and making
sure that our community gets checked out because the most
important thing is prevention, and if we can prevent some
of these diseases that we hear about and some of
these problems that people have when he pass away, we
want to make sure that we can.

Speaker 2 (01:24:04):
So thank you so much, doctor Joseph A. Puma. Appreciate
you for joining us.

Speaker 11 (01:24:08):
Thank you, Jay let me, thank you, Charlotmadne, thank you
everyone at I heart.

Speaker 2 (01:24:12):
I salute to doctor Pumer for joining us.

Speaker 6 (01:24:13):
Now, when we come back, it is Pride month and
we rep a gate a day.

Speaker 2 (01:24:17):
We're gonna get back to that when we come back.
You don't move.

Speaker 6 (01:24:19):
It's a breakfast club barting everybody. It's DJ env Jesse Larrai,
Charlamage the gud. We are the Breakfast Club. It is
Pride Month, and every day we reprogate a day.

Speaker 3 (01:24:29):
Yes we do.

Speaker 5 (01:24:30):
And his real name is Ian McKellen. However we know
him as Magneto and X Men. He made a sexual
orientation known in his early stages of his career, but
it was not until nineteen eighty eight that he came
out to the general public while appearing on BBC radio
program Third Year, hosted by conservative journalists per A Green
worst One. I don't know why they would give me

a name as such, but that's where he first let
people know that, Hey, I'm gay. So happy Pride Month
to Magneto, M Callen lover, I love a spicy little
X man.

Speaker 6 (01:25:05):
Were happy Prime off all right? When we come back,
we got the positive notice the Breakfast Club. Good morning
warning everybody as TJ n V Jesse, Larry Schela mean
the guy. We are the Breakfast Club. Now we got
a Saluta Tyler.

Speaker 2 (01:25:17):
For joining us this morning. Yes, s Luthor Tyler Man.

Speaker 1 (01:25:20):
I like her album, but I mean, I'm really into
all of the music that's coming out from over there.
I don't want to call it afrobach. I know it's
not afrobeach. It's actually a word that I can't pronounce
that I.

Speaker 2 (01:25:30):
Keep over there.

Speaker 1 (01:25:31):
It's a music it's called I don't want to It
feels like alopecia, but it's not alopecia.

Speaker 2 (01:25:37):
What's the name of that?

Speaker 3 (01:25:38):
Sam, Come here, sim you mean I'm in piano?

Speaker 2 (01:25:41):
There you go, I'm a piano. There you go.

Speaker 1 (01:25:44):
Hey, yes, you tried it, but nah, she dope over
there the continent, baby.

Speaker 2 (01:25:51):
I love going to the continent. Man, I try to go.
So was she from South Africa? Yes, over there because
it's not just South Africa.

Speaker 1 (01:25:59):
I like this stuff coming out of Nigeria, like the
stuff coming out of Ghana, like they got some really
dope tunes. Yes, yes, And I want to tell everybody. Tomorrow, man,
I will be at the Grove. I'll be at the
Barns and Nobles at the Grove in La doing an
event for my book Get on us a die line.
I'll be signing the book, taking pictures, having a conversation

about the book with the good sister Amber Grime. She
has an amazing book club called Ambel's Book Club. She'll
be moderating that event. So I'll see y'all seven pm
tomorrow night at the grove at the Barnes and Noble
at the Grove in la And the positive note simply this.

Speaker 2 (01:26:38):
When you do the right.

Speaker 1 (01:26:38):
Things for the right reasons, the right things come back
to you. Okay, just like calm it on, miss Blessings,
don't miss Easther. So just stay solid, have a blessed day.
That was weak.

Speaker 12 (01:26:49):
Shut up.

Speaker 5 (01:26:51):
When you do good things, good things come back, okay.
Like yo, he really be taking here, philosopher, And this bitch.

Speaker 1 (01:26:58):
Yo's true though people be thinking that, you know, the
only negative energy comes back to you. Good energy comes
back to you too, and you don't always see it
in the moment. But there's a reason some people are
just always blessed.

Speaker 3 (01:27:11):
But brother, you see the same thing every day.

Speaker 2 (01:27:15):
Breakfast club bitches

Speaker 3 (01:27:16):
Do you y'all finish or y'all done?

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