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Speaker 1 (00:00):
Wake that ass up in the morning Breakfast Club, go
to hell, greased up like a first damn school, and
she's ladies.

Speaker 2 (00:11):
She don't even no introduction.

Speaker 1 (00:12):
She has came in FI.

Speaker 3 (00:15):
Good morning and season.

Speaker 4 (00:16):
Forour the miss Past showing b E T plus thank.

Speaker 3 (00:21):
You keeping the lights on that b T you hear me.

Speaker 1 (00:23):
I don't know why y'all keep lying on me. Tyler
parents over the I'm just over the sweeping the floor.

Speaker 3 (00:28):
Oh yeah, I forget Tyler.

Speaker 1 (00:31):
Well, I just say past sweeping the floor. But I'm
glad to be season four. I'm glad. Are you feeling
I'm feeling great. I'm feeling great. I'm just doing TV
and I'm doing a tour. I'm starting my second theater
tour called Hide and Flashy Go sell tomorrow.

Speaker 3 (00:46):
Why Flashy.

Speaker 1 (00:49):
Because I'm grown? Why because I'm hiding flash why'd you
greased up like a coming walking up here? Looking like
a walking walk here? You look like a deal don't
oh my god, breathe up like I don't do deal thoughs.

But keep talking. I don't need them fake but eyelashes
in a wig.

Speaker 3 (01:23):
What makes the show so successful Because.

Speaker 1 (01:26):
It's truthful, people can relate to it. You know, it's
the first time. It's the first time somebody like me
ever being on TV to say what real people are thinking.
You know, we seen all the moms before who played mama,
who did great jobs, but you always say that ain't
my mom, that ain't have my aunt talked to me.
And I think when they put my big, crazy black
behind on TV, I was able to I gave the

people a voice that never had a voice on TV before.
So that's all. And that when people come home and
tell me all the time the things that we dig into,
you know, we dig into chime less station, abortion, felling,
everything that real people go through in life or know
somebody who went through in life. So I think that's
why people love the show.

Speaker 3 (02:06):
But it's a comedy.

Speaker 1 (02:07):
It is a don't you laugh watch it because I
ain't gonna say until you'll read your book, so don't lie.
I ain't read. I read my own book one time
because they paid me. People dog my behind it. You

read slow. I was getting paid hourly. I was gon
take all the time I needed to hey them dous
and a's and and I don't care. I was getting
paid by the hours at that time. That was the
most I ever got paid by the hour, So you
thought I was gonna read that thing. I didn't even

rehearse the usually I rehearsed to make sure I pronounce
the words right. I said what you paid me an hour.
There's gonna be a long week. So the fact that
you visit all of those traumas on your show is
has it ever been anything like? That's been very emotional
for you to film everything. It's very emotional dealing with
Jordani Cooper. The first season, we was gonna do an

episode about my mama boyfriend touching us and my mama
just turning away, like cause you know, predators come in
and they groomed the family. You know, they come in,
they see what type of nees you got, and what
we needed. We needed a father figure, we need somebody
to help those grocery rent and that predator came in
and he did what he wanted to do with my
sister and me. And when I got when we told

our moms, she just looked the other way. So, Jordan,
we wrote a whole episode in the first season and
this is my first time ever being on TV. I'm like, oh,
I don't think I'm ready to visit that. So we
visited the second season, which broke me all the way
down because I was already dealing with a lot of
trauma for my kids' father, who I was twelve he
was twenty two, marriage shot me. So we was telling

all those stories, then you want me to tell the
child less station story on top of I was like,
we got to back some of this up before I
have to go on the counselor. So we took that out.
We did it in the second season, which which which
was great.

Speaker 3 (04:05):
Jordan said, there's a healing that happened this season. What
do you mean by that? He said, there's a healing
that is exact quotes. There's a healing that's going on
in front of the lens.

Speaker 1 (04:14):
It was I dealt with my mom because my mom
used to say really bad things to me. You know,
I'm lighter skinned my sister's darker skin, But to me,
my sister always been way more cute than I was.
My sister had long, curly hell, she was just beautiful.
She don't crack now.

Speaker 3 (04:29):
But Jesus.

Speaker 1 (04:34):
I cracked. She was beautiful pretty bad. So my mama
used to say ugly things to me because I had

acting it really bad, and she would always talk about
how ugly my skin was. And I'm fifty two and
I still can hear my mom and my mind saying
bad things to me. So I think that's one of
the reason why I worked so hard in life, is
because the things that my mama said to me. So
we did a whole episode where my mom come back
as a ghost and she and she what she put

on me, She want me to put on my kids
because her mom put on her. So there in the episode,
you see me break a generation a curse. And at
the end, I broke down and I remember fighting and
I said, Jordan, don't push me down. Don't push me down.
And at the end, I just broke down crying and
I just just remember saying, I hate this bitch.

Speaker 3 (05:37):

Speaker 1 (05:38):
All of that came back up, all of that because
you know, I never went to counseling, and I've been
through some stuff. So to deal with what I've been through,
you know, And I told somebody this the other day,
I said, my sister dealt with what we went through
doing drugs and alcohol. I dealed it by just shutting
the door on it. Well, if you shut that door
on it, one day, that dog gonna open my cup
and all what you had behind that door is gonna

eventually flow out. So when I got the Miss Past
show and started telling Joy my life, he just keep
bringing all of this stuff out. But it is a
healing because it's stuff I never talked about. Oh, I
never really dealt with. So I think I heal along
with the audience.

Speaker 3 (06:13):
But there was other ways that you like you coped,
like I know you said your sister did drugs. Did
you do anything else?

Speaker 1 (06:17):
Like yeah, I hate look at me. Chick fil A
was waiting on me to say, I'm not no way,
I'm gonna come to your next time, fat, next time fat.

Speaker 3 (06:30):
No, it's not that is not true.

Speaker 1 (06:33):
I tried on it, gave me golf.

Speaker 4 (06:38):
Did you did you hear Charlamne when they was attacking
him about the big back comment.

Speaker 3 (06:42):
Yeah, she texted me. What did you text them?

Speaker 1 (06:47):
It was funny. People so sensitive. I mean, you're fat,
I am, I'm fat. I think I'm beautiful and all
the time beautiful. They attacked me all the time, and
I tell him, I said, hey, you're going to clock
in at somebody's job. My humble sucking my tittes so

that means I don't have to go to work today.
My system forever erasing what people what I'm saying. Don't
talk to me because I'm not Beyonce. I'm gonna talk
back because I be reading he comments. Don't be don't
be playing with me, so leave me alone. They call
me fast, That's all you could say. But you're going
to clock in. I'm doing what I love. So who

miserable you are? Me? And I'm gonna tell your boss
you're still in that chicken ut.

Speaker 3 (07:37):
Your mouth water.

Speaker 4 (07:42):
I cannot Why did you feel it comfortable where you
could talk about all these stories? Because some of these
stories you be like, damn, you don't know if you
want to laugh with you or you just want to cry.

Speaker 1 (07:52):
And be sad episode. You know, I do it like
my comedy. I'm just an open book. I'm not ashamed
of nothing. I've talked, I've been through.

Speaker 3 (08:00):
You know.

Speaker 1 (08:00):
I was on stage last week. I mean the other night,
I was like, oh yeah, had crabs gonna rend flee?
Everybody like what? And so I was talking about the
whole thing about young girls shaving the vagina. Well, I'm
fifty two, nobody, your mama and your Mama and me.
We didn't shave off of Johina unless we had crabs
gonna wrist.

Speaker 3 (08:18):
I was born in nineteen seventy. The first points I
saw I had bush. Yes, they had bush.

Speaker 1 (08:23):
And they only shaved them if they had crabs. But
now that everybody just walking around with a bird vagina,
So I don't get it. Just a ball head COACHINGE
didn't look like a bird. Mine looked like a beat
if I ever seen it. Because I got a flap
in the front. Yo, I put a mirror down now

and it don't fog up. It looked like a little bird.
I don't do that.

Speaker 3 (08:50):
Are you having fun? You know what?

Speaker 1 (08:53):
Life is great? My husband is retired. I just moved
into my house at the time I finished it. Okay,
it took two and a half years because I was
too cheap to high contract contract contract, it's like fifteen
thousand square feet. Okay, man, talk some stuff, put some

stuff back in there. I'm a d I wire and
I keep telling these people you need to give me
a d I Y show because that's what I like
to do. That's what I used to do before. When
I when I immediately stopped stealing, I started doing d
I y and I love it. So I built this house.
My husband thought I was crazy.

Speaker 2 (09:29):
I know you went over budget because you was there.

Speaker 1 (09:30):
What no budget? What no budget?

Speaker 3 (09:34):
You see? You said, like, what else do you like
to do? What you say?

Speaker 1 (09:37):
I used to do all like furniture, paint, stuff, decorate.
I like it to do all of that, but mostly
is like building. I like to see a house like
my I did my nephew house and he bought a flip.
And then once you moved in the flip, you realized
all the problem. I said, well, look I had all
this stuff for the house I was building, so look
let me do your house. Sold. I told his house

up from the rooter to the two then put it back.

Speaker 3 (10:00):
It's cute all that I do.

Speaker 1 (10:02):
I really do. I still do it. I still do.
I'm doing somebody else's house right now and getting ready
to do somebody else's house right now. Wow, you do toy,
you do TV. You're a construction worker. How do you
balance that and still be able to be a wife mom?
Like all of that. I've been married thirty some years.
So when you've been married thirty some years, you just

really dealt with somebody that you know to watch TV
with so when I come home, I mean, I'm at
the point I was just telling somebody. I'm at the
point where I just told my husband we can no
longer sleep in the same bedroom because I'm tired of
sharing toilets with him. I'm tired of sharing a bed
when he snore. He's on those ZIMPI he ain't losing

nothing but air. So I just want to be by myself.

Speaker 3 (10:49):
How do you take wastand you don't work for you?

Speaker 1 (10:56):
It didn't work for me because I like to eat.
I don't want nobody cutting off my appohs, so you
can't eat with it? Oh, it'll don'na let you eat
you Yeah, but I got gog stones in Meia there,
so I stopped. Damn damn my gall battle. I don't
think it made my gall bladder went bad. I think
the frying food over the years ship my gall bladder down.
So I had my gall bladder moving. I just kept
my husband. I was like, probably about forty fifty pounds

on them. Wow.

Speaker 4 (11:19):
So what did your husband say when you said you
no longer want to be in the same room?

Speaker 1 (11:22):
He facetiming each other square feet Damn right, right, well,
he is on one side of the US, so his
band having a ride to the new house yet, so
we'll see how that works. Well, we definitely got separate toilets.
I'm tired of sharing the toilet with them. Somethingbody, I'm

just I can't, I cannot. I just want peace, that's
all I want. You're gonna, y'all gonna eventually get there.
You're gonna eventually get there. And that works for both
of y'all. You and I don't know if it worked
for him, because I think you think I'm b.

Speaker 3 (11:58):
You just need breaks from each other every now and then.

Speaker 1 (12:00):
I go on the road every week. My husbands will retired.
He just take care of the house, so I think
he I think we get enough breaks. I've been gone
since last week, so he won't see me until Monday
next week. We talk every day I get up here.
You don't have a routine that I've always had because
it's the same drug dealing mentality that I got. I
always wake up early in the morning. I want to

sell drugs anymore. But the first person I call is
my husband because I know my dad's gonna get busy
and sometime I'm on the other side of the world.
And I just wake him up every morning at six
o'clock it's time, and we'll talk for an hour or two.
And then I know, I talked to my husband.

Speaker 3 (12:35):
You was waking up to do radio. But what happened?

Speaker 1 (12:39):
They quiet me, quiet you fire me before I could quit.
I knew that was coming from this. Yeah, you know,
I told I told him, I said, I'm leaving August,
and before August could get there, I was blown away.
I have never thought I was gonna get fired from
that joke. I had no idea, no with me, and

Shamil didn't have no idea, no idea at all. I
just knew they was gonna renew her contract. And I
was gonna go on by my business cause I was
never there and I could never be there. But that's
what happened when you work with a hater, and I'm
just gonna go and say it. I don't even care
because that came about what my head. You know who
the hater is, Tiga. Tigger was the biggest damn hater.
I mean, jesz, I mean, you had a good show

and you messed it up because of your ego. And
I think it's because I was coming there and saying
I know it because I didn't care. I said, look,
I don't need a jump. I work here. This my
huband chick. I ain't never spent the check up here.
I'm working for my husband, a chick. I ain't never
seen it. I ain't never spend a V one of
three chick. This this is my husband chick. And it
is you know when you work with somebody who is

just jealousy to me, it was jealousy. Really, I'm just
gonna go and put it out there and if you
call me, we could fight in the street. It was.
It was. It was jealousy. I bought a g wagon.
Your truck call more than both of my cars. I said, well,
buy you another car so we could be equal. Damn
like yeah, you know, then you get another. Thing was

is that we was all equal, so you couldn't talk
down to nobody. And you won't gonna talk down to me,
no way, because I would have whooped you. Like hey.
Back in the day when I went back on Section A,
I used to always want to get fined so my
rent can go back down the free crap. But I was.
I was really when they walked me in now and
they said, we're not renewing your contract because I said

I was leaving in August. I was so shocked. I said,
y'all gonna find me. Do you know the people get
up to listen to me. Don't nobody listen to this
crap hit podcast TV shop And you're gonna fight a
person who had the most going on with you. Lee
and Shamil, Are you gonna leave the DJ you want

to DJ? Just to Spien Rockers.

Speaker 3 (14:52):
At least reach out to you and say thank you.

Speaker 1 (14:53):
For I blocked that niggle. He sure did, happy. I said,
don't you I'm not Smille. You don't play with me.
I mean, you know, Shamil was nice. I think she
still talked to him or whatever. She's nice because I
still talk to her all the time. But I'm not.
I'm not. You know, you get one time to play
with me. I'm fifty two years old. I don't have
time to play these games with you. You're low down,
you're dirty, And anybody who go over there and work

for him and the show ain't doing the show was
doing wow when I got there with that number fifteen.
When I left, we were two and three. You gonna
fire us nigga. You should have got fied a long
time ago. But keep your little show because I ain't
never needed it anyway. My team was like, why are
you going over there and work for that old dead ass?
Station said, I want to hurt for V one of three.

I'm from Alanda. I want to work for V one
o three. Don't made me wake up and take unnecessary balls.
You know I did to get up and take a back.

Speaker 4 (15:52):

Speaker 3 (15:53):
I know it wasn't gonna work.

Speaker 4 (15:54):
Why when you came and did the we care came five,
this pack came in, did a week here.

Speaker 2 (16:02):
That's competition, and she.

Speaker 3 (16:03):
Was only supposed to come here for one day in competition.

Speaker 1 (16:06):
Competition. You was in my city, you because I listened
to I listened to y'all every morning. Now and what
you got me fired?

Speaker 3 (16:14):
Y'all out there?

Speaker 1 (16:18):
Oh my god. When I got back on half broke loose,
Oh my god, it was only you did the what
is that report y'all do? Did the rumor report? I said,
what the hell is the rumor report? Report? They pulled
on the tape. I said, that's the rumor report.

Speaker 3 (16:34):
I thought I was just up there talking.

Speaker 1 (16:35):
I said, that just told me to set in on this.
You know that they gotta understand you.

Speaker 3 (16:40):
A star radio was promoting her show at the time.

Speaker 1 (16:44):
I was promoting my show. Show just came back. I
was promoting my show, and I'm always in that, and
you know he would say, well the show, I said,
this show says your name. It does not say my name.
So I worried about keeping the mispassed show on. That's
why I make my money. I don't make no money here.
I mean I made money that, but it was for
my husband. That was I did that because I like

doing it. And then you're gonna tell me not to
go on one of the biggest shows to promote my show,
to promote my I said, I told him this. I said,
it really didn't hurt you because people would have liked
me and probably would have came over there and listeners
in the morning. You're stupid food.

Speaker 3 (17:19):
It's not like you. We wasn't shoting them out. It's
not like we say, hey, don't shot out your radio show.

Speaker 1 (17:23):
Yeah, but it was it was a jealous You went
the competition. I ain't. I don't compete. I'm fat. I
came over here to tell people watching me it's past shot.

Speaker 3 (17:30):
I don't compete.

Speaker 1 (17:31):
I eat. Oh my god boy, you and the rappers
want to whoop yours. I'm gonna have to compete. It's
gonna have to get just I wish you weren't pregnant
so we could job.

Speaker 3 (17:47):
You wouldn't want to do your own shows.

Speaker 1 (17:48):
I would want to do my own want to get
I'm a morning I'm a morning person. I'm I'm sleep
by six thirty. Fight if I'm just at home. But
I do. I did. I learned a lot over there,
and I really like doing radio. But you know, it
is what it is. They let me go. They acquired me.
But it was day loss. It was it was day lost.
I got a fourth season, I got season two of

The Misspass Settles It. I got other things going on.
Shamil became a housewife. I said, well she got that
house wise, I said, oh, I know, you niggas sit now.
You got rid of everybody who could have brought somebody
to that dead ass station.

Speaker 3 (18:23):
Would have been on her fourth season and Sheil would
have been the housewife right now in the morning.

Speaker 1 (18:27):
And I'm the second season of The Miss Pass Settles It.
I just finished taping it.

Speaker 2 (18:31):
What was the craziest thing you see on that show,
this miss past Settle.

Speaker 1 (18:35):
These people crazy and I don't know if y'all know,
but something these cases be real. Say are you a
real judge? No, I'm a convicted feling. I'm acting, but
those are real case and a lot of people asking me,
you coming, It's like, I think she a real judge.
I think she is really Just nah, I'm a convicted felling. Yeah,
that's right. That's what I said when they asked me.
When when I pitched this idea to BT and they

said you do it, I'm like, but I'm gonna convicted fella.
There was It's TV. I said, well why not the
crazy case I seen on the second season when I
these two women got in the face. Her name was
Shay Shae and they was in the FEDS. And I said,
what was you in jail for? She said don't? I said, dope.
This one was scaring the hell out of me. But

this lady came in on nine and nine. She was bout.
She was ready to whoop her friend behind and everything.
It was crazy fight the what dope? No she had
she had did some work for the friend didn't want
to pay her and Shae Sha stand by four feet tall,
by eighty pounds. But she wanted them people who will
fight and Baba and the friend with mid matter and
quiet you know, don't want no don't want no smoke.

It was hilarious. I said, y'all put her in the commercial.

Speaker 3 (19:47):
Dope and was helping with the crack Baby's cartoon.

Speaker 1 (19:50):
Crack Baby cartoon.

Speaker 3 (19:51):
I thought you had a cracked baby car.

Speaker 1 (19:53):
I'm still working on it. You know how some places
are just slow. I got other things I'm working on,
like j Yeah, I just saw the another show, so
keep your finger crossed. Hopefully get get on up there.
But I just sold another show.

Speaker 3 (20:06):
So we're working what you're talking about on the hot
and flashy to like what's the content about?

Speaker 1 (20:11):
Uh, just being a grown ass woman, being being married, life,
the things that I go through. You know, you know
one thing I learned about being in a different tax
breaket and then nobody tell me that you have to
give the government half the money that she made that
and the government ain't never wrote no joke for me. Ain't.
I don't know that. You know what's crazy? I called
it our answer and I'm telling them all my family
members to see if I can get a cut discount.

Speaker 2 (20:34):
You're gonna start snitching on them?

Speaker 1 (20:35):
Hell yeah, wouldn't you. I mean, you know how many
of my cousin that five taxes for kids? That ain't
they kids?

Speaker 3 (20:41):
Of course?

Speaker 1 (20:42):
Won't that help us?

Speaker 3 (20:44):
You just want to come.

Speaker 2 (20:46):
Should have taken to take forty people.

Speaker 1 (20:49):
I know what that body is? Do you do that?

Speaker 3 (20:50):
PPP lows?

Speaker 1 (20:51):
I didn't do no PPP low and thank god I didn't.
I don't know. First of all, nothing is free in
this world. I already know that because I used to steal.
So if somebody giving you something free is to put
you on a hook. And everybody I seen get them
PPP long. Now they're out of the trillions a dollar.
Now they going to the one hundred thousand and a
million dollar people. I'm not I told, I told everybody,

don't take those loans. I'm okay. I went home and
paint my whole basement during the pandemic.

Speaker 3 (21:18):
You so really?

Speaker 1 (21:20):
I sure did? Did floors and then ended up the
show got picked up. In our second season, we moved
back to Atlanta. I won't take no money. I don't
take no free money. Ain't nothing free in this world?

Speaker 3 (21:30):
What made you get into dy so much like when
did you first start?

Speaker 1 (21:33):
Just my husband used to do. My husband used to
work at Simmons Mattress. Then he went and started building houses,
and so we I bought my house that I was.
I was on Section eight for like ten years, and
I lied like everybody else do. And I got a
husband and I ain't tell the truth, and I think
my sisters will reporting me. So they took my Section
eight go to hell, Go to hell, and they cut

my food stamps off, so my rent went from zero.
The lady said, well, I just paid the MORNK was
six hundred. So she was getting older and she said, look,
you really need to buy this house for me. And
I was like, ain't buying this regular house? I said,
I think the house got some good bones. So I
bought the house. We bought the house, and I still
own the house over there on Hawthorne Drive in Atlanta, Georgia.

Speaker 3 (22:18):

Speaker 1 (22:18):
And I just told that house. I tore it up
and I said, I want a bigger bedroom, so I
hired an architect. That's when the house and market failed
the first time, like in the early two thousand and
I just the house market failed, and I hired an
architect because all of them was laid off. And he
charged me like two thousand dollars to draw the back
of my house. And I just got my husband boss,

he was doing house at the time, and he did
it and we did the rest.

Speaker 3 (22:43):
Rent the house out now in Hawthorn.

Speaker 1 (22:44):
I do rent the house out for too cheap. She
I didn't even I lived in Indiana for fifteen years
and I was the rent was eight hundred dollars and
my friends said, do you know what rent costs in Atlanta?
And I'm like, no, fifteen years I rented my house.

Speaker 4 (23:06):
Square feet that they're stilled out.

Speaker 1 (23:11):
I went up a little bit, but I look at
it like this, I'm not trying to make a big profit.
They take really good care of my house. So I
really have them in the taking really good care of
my house than to be trying to rob them blind.
So they've been there now for about fourteen years. I did.
I raised it a little bit. Okay, I raised it

a little bit, but you know, I don't need the money.
I just need the mortgage paid. And what they've done
over the years, they're paid the mortgage. I mean, they're
really great tenants. I think I'm a great landlord, I
go over there and do what I was supposed to
do every year without them asking. I kind of wish
they would move so I can remol it, but I
ain't gonna complain.

Speaker 3 (23:48):
Yeah, is it true that you never wanted to be
famous because because your mom used to always tell you
that you wasn't gonna be shit.

Speaker 1 (23:54):
Yeah, it was fame with something and I don't consider
myself famous now. I consider myself with a lot of
job because you know, it's just it's the way my
mama beat me down. She always said I wasn't good enough.
She always said I wasn't shit. So in my head,
I never saw myself like other people. And my husband

told me, he said, that's why you don't want to
do a lot of things. Because I was scared to
get out there. I wanted to make the money, but
I didn't want to be up front. And then when
I got this TV show, it really put me out
there and I don't even know. I was shy, like
if you want to take a picture with me, I'll
do it, but then I'd be like why. I used
to ask myself why, and people would come up to

me and be like, almost, pay you so great? You're
telling my story, and I'm like, no, I'm telling my story.
So it fame is something I had to get used to.
Like I don't go to the black walmarts because they
won't leave me the fuck alone. So I try to
go way out in the white neighborhood. Cause white people
they treat faint difference. What's something, miss pat Black people
shaking on your pulling on your look, get your hands
on fue. I ain't nobody you think I ain't shakeable.

I ain't gonna take too many little bit I'm gonna
take one of my boobs out and drop them on
your head and break your damn neck. You's wrong with?

Speaker 4 (25:22):
Man to me all morning? That's I'm glad when you
come up here, listen you and just got my back.
I love how BT? How was it at b T?

Speaker 1 (25:30):
I love BT? I do? I really do. I'm being honest.
You know what I When I first went in my
my hustle versus what they were used to doing was different.
But since it's my show, I just say, hey, y'all,
if we can work together, this is what I would
like to be done. And so we I've been over

there four years now, so we work together and they
know what miss pat won't you know one of the
things that tripped me out the first season. Whatever they
did for one show, they did for every show. And
I said, let me talk to you. I can't stand
alone if all of us don't do the same promo.
So I was start. I started coming up with ideals.
I started talking to the promo team or me and
Jordan started coming up ways to make all shows stand out.

And let me just say that this is our best
season ever. I don't know why, why it took for
a season to really get in, for black people and
other people to really get on it, but this season has.
This is our most watched season ever.

Speaker 3 (26:26):

Speaker 1 (26:26):
Correct, we kicked nothing.

Speaker 4 (26:27):
But as get out a lot though yourself, though, like
you have done what you had to do. Like most
of the time where I see you or I running
to you, or if I see you on the red
carpet or even if you hit me in a DM,
this is.

Speaker 2 (26:38):
Not because BT said it.

Speaker 1 (26:39):
You do it.

Speaker 2 (26:40):
Yeah, and that's the biggest thing. And you've been doing
it from the beginning.

Speaker 1 (26:43):
And that's what I tell people who come over there.
I said, hey, you know that everybody got only so
much promotional money to apply and BT is not CBS.
So I just use my street knowledge and I say,
you know what, give me this you don't want to
give it. I'm gonna spend my own money. I spent
a lot of my own money. I a PR person.
I mean, I I hire everything I needed, and people

are like, oh, they BET give her some much promotion.
They do give me promotion. But when you see me
doing certain things, a lot of it is time. It's
just it's me out of my pocket. I don't I
didn't wait to BT. Get me on late. Now, hire
me a PR person late. And I didn't even want me.
But this lady Pam who I hih? She just kept
y'all gotta take her. Y'all gotta take a y'all gotta
take her. And I ended up in the right place,

and I ended up getting same thing with you guy.
First time I asked he to come over here, the
note back was she ain't famous enough? Who is she?
Who said that? Shut your ass up? You said that?
And then I run into him at a Lite Daniel
party and lead Dan, you're introduce something. Yeah, he been
to a party life. Why is everybody denying Diddy parties.

Did it through nice parties? That don't mean you got
taken in the room, That don't mean somebody touch you.
That just mean it was at any party. I mean
everybody act like if you go to a didnit party,
you had to do something to did need to be
at the party?

Speaker 3 (28:01):
I never I don't know, but you probably did go.
But don't deny I never been to the didny party.

Speaker 1 (28:06):
You never got invited to. You look like you went
way over that grease.

Speaker 3 (28:11):
They know I'm gonna tell.

Speaker 1 (28:15):
And I tell you, I think you would lettenbody your
ass and not tell you the windy William that is.

Speaker 3 (28:26):
Not funny episode.

Speaker 1 (28:33):
What did you have to do to keep that windy wi?
I've heard a few things to pick the hairth and plastic.
Tennis said, you want to keep digging that? What you
want to do? Keep that? Because that was That's what

pop Charlemagne in the world. So you know, I mean
one a diddy, Audien, But tell us what you did.
You had to take one for the team. I'm telling
you why this is gonna hit us medicaid, I'm telling
the truth. Man, All of a sudden, just let you go.

She let you go, and every say no more plans
continued to pick you the reason why she got demension?

Speaker 3 (29:26):
Man cut it down to forget.

Speaker 1 (29:37):
She get that to what is it? Man?

Speaker 3 (29:40):
That is funny? Is ship? We don't start claiming? What
if did he start claiming?

Speaker 1 (29:46):
He battled? You know he battled because is joining you
on this?

Speaker 3 (29:56):
That is wild.

Speaker 1 (30:00):
I don't want to say that to him before and
I've seen it. But I ain't not gonna walk there.
We're gonna keep on calling me fat? How much you eat?
You know, can't nobody shake you? You don't think I
see all the little deals he had like I was

he had like when he first met me. I was
one ten. All of a sudden, I blew up from
stir Rod and some ship. I'm mad fat, but I've
been fast as I had that first baby.

Speaker 3 (30:29):
But nobody ever said Miss pat wasn't famous to come
up here. Nobody said, yes, you.

Speaker 1 (30:32):
Did you know? Because I asked. I asked and the
answer was no. I saw you at that lead down
your thing and lead dwn you interduce, You're like, yeah,
come on the show, and I'm like, and I my
my my thing was because y'all didn't know me. Y'all
wasn't really for me, and I said, I'm a walk
red rabbit. You read Rabbit after we sent it to you,
after you let me go, so I had. All I

had was a book. I really didn't have no show
or anything. And I said, you ain't gonna never fucking
forget me because I was mad because I tried several
times to get on here. I'm glad I'm over here now.

Speaker 3 (31:03):
But the publishers are lie and say that to the
publisher if they do reach out.

Speaker 1 (31:06):
I ain't have no publishers at the time I could afford. Now.
I don't know who they was talking to the manager.

Speaker 2 (31:12):
I don't know who.

Speaker 3 (31:12):
Back then, nobody said that.

Speaker 1 (31:15):
If they did, you said it because you didn't even
know me.

Speaker 2 (31:18):
I'm sure they did.

Speaker 1 (31:19):
Thank you.

Speaker 4 (31:22):
Miss Pat came. Miss Pat came so early. She was
introducing her story for the first time to us, and
we would like in the maid, I had read Rabbit already.

Speaker 3 (31:30):
The first time you came here, I had read Rabbit.

Speaker 4 (31:31):
You came with your you came with your daughter at
the time. That was the first time she told the story.
And then it just started going from there.

Speaker 2 (31:37):
For Miss Pat.

Speaker 1 (31:38):
Yeah, because y'all said no, because I think it wasn't Yeah,
because I thought you didn't like me because you were
going to catch a flight and you kept turning around you.
I'mnna miss my damn flight. Yeah, it was just me
and you.

Speaker 3 (31:48):
You No, he laughed.

Speaker 1 (31:51):
The first time, and the second time I came back,
he was there.

Speaker 3 (31:53):
I'm glad I read the book.

Speaker 1 (31:55):
He ain't read that.

Speaker 3 (31:56):
I did read the book. That's so much in that
book I remember to this day because I was sitting
there reading, like, damn, this woman hasn't been through it?

Speaker 2 (32:02):
Have you been through a lot?

Speaker 3 (32:03):
Nipple shot off?

Speaker 1 (32:04):
Yes, I did, hand so dope.

Speaker 4 (32:06):
I think a year later I sent you the BT Awards,
the Coffee Awards, and and this is how crazy it was.
B e T didn't even know who Miss Pat was
to show so early and I called me.

Speaker 2 (32:15):
I called you over. Remember how you can do the story?

Speaker 1 (32:17):
Because just show Fox had picked it up. It was
Fox Show, and then it was Hulu. Hulu shot the
pilot and then BT and got it out the vault
because they threw it in the vault. When I said,
when I called my son or nigga, that white man said,
I ain't gonna be to do that. I said, it's
just like all your kids a school shoot the white people.
They threw it in the vault and then BT came

and got it and we've been popping ever since.

Speaker 4 (32:40):
We love you, Miss Pave, Miss Pat. We support you
for anything that you do.

Speaker 2 (32:46):
We support you.

Speaker 3 (32:46):
May appreciate you.

Speaker 1 (32:49):
You know what he do. He will text bank. He
used to then text back, not true. You you famous
as fuck?

Speaker 4 (32:59):
Miss Pat called check up on me birthdays, holidays.

Speaker 2 (33:03):
Just make sure I'm all right.

Speaker 1 (33:04):
I forgot to tell you having to having father day envy.
I forgot to take you yesterday having all day.

Speaker 3 (33:09):
No thank you YouTube.

Speaker 1 (33:15):
Little different than the top of that from Wendy. He
can never leave you alone? Yo, would I thank you?

Speaker 3 (33:27):
That's gonna be that headline would be so funny. Ms
Patty cuses Wendy wimsm.

Speaker 1 (33:32):
What want to take that?

Speaker 3 (33:39):

Speaker 1 (33:39):
Don't put that out voluntarily?

Speaker 3 (33:42):

Speaker 1 (33:42):
He wanted it? That was his first radio job, wasn't
Yes it.

Speaker 3 (33:48):
Was, but I did. I worked in South Carolina.

Speaker 1 (33:49):
Yeah, that don't count and I'm not listening. Please. The
rest in the New York was more famous than you.
What you have to do big Foot was y'all. I

ain't never had to do none of that?

Speaker 2 (34:13):
Oh my god, have you ever seen the picture of him?

Speaker 1 (34:18):

Speaker 2 (34:18):
I have nugd with of Wendy.

Speaker 4 (34:20):
Williams sitting in the throw, pictures of me sitting on
her lap.

Speaker 2 (34:23):
No, you've never seen that picture?

Speaker 3 (34:25):
What pictures of me? NUGGI?

Speaker 1 (34:26):
That's why you're in that throne. Nine.

Speaker 3 (34:29):
I'm about to get out of it. I'm back hurt.

Speaker 1 (34:32):
What you had to do? How much? How much you
make over that? Because I know you made I worked
for free for a year and a half. That what
you thought you show? The picture showed the picture you
were standing Whinney laugh.

Speaker 2 (34:45):
Look look, come on, now.

Speaker 1 (34:49):
You're gonna tell me this ain't but partners.

Speaker 3 (34:51):
That woman is mispass I know of you.

Speaker 1 (34:58):
I don't memory right, y'all gonna get me.

Speaker 3 (35:06):
On b E T again.

Speaker 1 (35:08):
Miss We love you, Thank you. Make sure y'all go
to misspac Comedy dot com for all the tickets. I'm
in your town this weekend, South Carolina, Uh, Green Greensboro, Green,
North Carolina, Carolina. Okay, I just left Greenville, so I'm
going to North Carolina, Green Greensboro. Make sure y'all get
your tickets this weekend on the One Show left.

Speaker 3 (35:27):
We gotta go see Miss pat Man when you're gonna
be close to this area.

Speaker 1 (35:31):
I'm going on tour Martin. I don't know if I'm
coming to New York, but I'm doing I'm doing like
ten dates I think they're doing.

Speaker 2 (35:37):
I think they're doing the Barkley I thought I saw.

Speaker 1 (35:39):
I don't know if I'm on that show. Ain't you
on a tour with Martin? Yeah? So I don't know
where I'm going. Okay, Miss miss pack CoA comedian, Miss
pat dot com, make sure y'all keep streaming season four
the Misspast Show so I can get season five.

Speaker 3 (35:54):

Speaker 1 (35:54):
That's for my pool.

Speaker 4 (35:56):
Breakfast Club is Miss Patley and Gentlemen. It's up early
in the morning, The Breakfast Club.

Speaker 1 (36:06):
Mm hmm

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