February 11, 2024


What Joe Biden Called LL Cool J Will Leave You Speechless!

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What Joe Biden Called LL Cool J Will Leave You Speechless!
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What Joe Biden Called LL Cool J Will Leave You Speechless!

Feb 11 2024 | 01:45:01


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Tune in to the latest episode where we uncover the jaw-dropping revelation of what Joe Biden called LL Cool J! Prepare to be speechless as we delve into this surprising moment and its implications. Hosted by Doggie Diamonds, this podcast explores the unfiltered truths and captivating stories from the world of hip-hop and beyond.

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[00:00:00] Speaker A: What's up everybody? [00:00:01] Speaker B: I'm doggy diamonds. [00:00:02] Speaker A: This is Doggy Diamonds TV. [00:00:05] Speaker B: Be filming later for the beat maker show. I got some stuff that I want to film. This is how it's gonna look. [00:00:11] Speaker A: Yeah, this is the beat. [00:00:13] Speaker B: Oh, I gotta change the camera angle. Alright. I gotta change the camera. I know I gotta change the camera, but this is the beat maker show. I got some stuff planned out for that so stay tuned for that. That'll be on the beat maker show on that YouTube. Make sure you subscribe to that YouTube as well. I got four of them and I'm going to make all of them work. I got different content for different channels. Everything can't go on here. [00:00:34] Speaker A: I got to fix that camera. [00:00:35] Speaker B: It just pissed me off. [00:00:36] Speaker A: Thought I was all cool and it was looking crazy. [00:00:40] Speaker B: But I'm doggy diamonds. This is Doggy Diamonds TV. I'm here really quick. The greatest stream on YouTube, the best looking stream. Aesthetically, shit is just, I'll be looking like my shit look kind of flavorful when I look back on the look back, I'd be like, yo, the look back is looking back. You know what I'm saying? My shit be flavorful. My shit be like the shit of the whole night. And I need them likes up too, man. I should not to tell you how to hit that. Like that should just be something you do. We should already be leaving every show with 1000 likes straight like that. We should already have thousand likes. Shouldn't be like, yo, hit the like button, hit the. But we shouldn't have to do that. Be like, yo, as soon as you come in, pow, hit the like, we going to build supporters, supporters got to support and you know what you got to do, you got to hit that. Like it's just that simple. [00:01:29] Speaker A: I shouldn't be having to say you'll. [00:01:30] Speaker B: Hit the like, hit the like you can see goddamn thing on the screen telling you you can see shit moving on. Look at all the stuff moving on my screen. Look, the face cam is moving. The levels is moving over there. It says subscribe, hit the like and subscribe and hit the bell. All this moving, look at the background, it's a lot of movement going on. [00:01:55] Speaker A: The no filter logo got a glitch. [00:01:58] Speaker B: And I made that myself. So I take pride in that, you know what I'm saying? [00:02:02] Speaker A: So yo, what are we doing? [00:02:06] Speaker B: This is a show, this is a theatrics. This is all the bells and whistles. I just put the little sprinkles on it, but this is theatrics. You know what I'm saying? Without me being a clown. [00:02:21] Speaker A: I don't have to be no clown. [00:02:22] Speaker B: Just be me. So listen, I told you about your man body. That's your man's in them. I told you, I told you, I told you, I told you. [00:02:33] Speaker A: His elevator don't go up here. [00:02:36] Speaker B: On the early stage of that minute. Anybody who has a family member that's stricken by Alzheimer's, dementia, it's not a laughing matter, but is bugged out when a person who runs the country looking like they got signs of it, right. The person who might have the code for the nukes, the person who make the decisions and say, yeah, hit on the wall. That guy has all the power. [00:03:06] Speaker A: That's a little. I'm shook. [00:03:10] Speaker B: I'm shook. I ain't going to lie to you. I'm shook. A dude who just gets off stage and just shake hands with anybody. [00:03:16] Speaker A: And for the life of. [00:03:21] Speaker B: Dash nabbit, I'm trying to think of how I could say this in the white way. I don't know how they talk. Dagnabbit. But Jesus, what they be saying? I don't know they lingo. [00:03:33] Speaker A: But what in the tar nations. [00:03:36] Speaker B: Every time somebody talks about Biden, right? Every time somebody talks about Biden and his gaffes and what he does. Can y'all please stop bringing up Trump? Trump is not the president. Trump has nothing to do with people. [00:03:53] Speaker A: Talking about Biden, period. [00:03:56] Speaker B: Just like when people was talking about Obama and it had nothing to do with Bush. Stop bringing up Trump. Every time we talk about Biden, you say something about Trump. [00:04:10] Speaker A: Could you stop? [00:04:13] Speaker B: Biden's been president for some time now. [00:04:16] Speaker A: Trump hasn't. But everything. [00:04:19] Speaker B: So Trump made Biden do the things that he do. So every time somebody say something about Biden and criticize Biden. Yeah, but Trump, I'm like, what the Trump got to do with anything? [00:04:32] Speaker A: He has nothing to do with anything. But I'm here to show y'all what. [00:04:37] Speaker B: Y'All, man, Biden said about ll cool J. I'm not going listen. [00:04:45] Speaker A: Whoa. [00:04:45] Speaker B: Hit him with the Ric flair. [00:04:48] Speaker A: All right. Trusty Twitter. [00:04:52] Speaker B: So this is what he said. Stop the music. Stop the music. [00:04:58] Speaker A: All right, listen now. [00:05:01] Speaker B: If you can make it out what he said, that's cool. Sometimes it's a little. He taught, like, scribble, scrabble sometimes. You know what I'm saying? His speech is scribble, Scrabble. But this what he said. This is what he said. [00:05:14] Speaker C: Two of the great artists of our time representing the groundbreaking legacy of hip hop in America, LLJ. Cool J. By the way, that boy's got man's got biceps bigger than my thighs. I think he spent an MC light. And two of the great artists of our time representing the groundbreaking legacy of hip hop in America, LLJ. Cool J. By the way, that boy's got man's. [00:05:48] Speaker B: That boy. So if you say that boy originally, and then you change it to that man, you know you wasn't supposed to say that boy because you could have left it at boy. At that boy. I don't know, it's something about an old white man who wrote the crown. [00:06:02] Speaker A: Bill saying, that boy, I don't like nobody white calling me boy, I'm dead ass. [00:06:09] Speaker B: That grinds my gears. That grinds my gears. What do you call them? J? Coop, come on, let's hear it again. [00:06:22] Speaker C: Two of the great artists of our time representing the groundbreaking legacy of hip hop in America, LLJ. [00:06:29] Speaker B: Cool J. Ll J, Cool J. [00:06:33] Speaker C: By the way, that boy's got man's got biceps bigger than my thighs. I think he's an MC light. Both of you, thank you. [00:06:43] Speaker B: So let me ask you something. In what world is it okay to. [00:06:51] Speaker A: Call him boy and you don't know. [00:06:54] Speaker B: Who ll Cool J is? LLJ, Cool J. And then call him a boy. [00:07:04] Speaker A: You. [00:07:04] Speaker B: Don'T know who Ll cool J is? [00:07:06] Speaker A: Like, come on, man, LL Cool J. [00:07:09] Speaker B: He'S on NSCI, he's on NSCIC. He's a part of Jamdev. [00:07:20] Speaker A: He was down with DM run CMD, fam. [00:07:32] Speaker B: Calling him boy. [00:07:33] Speaker A: So his lingo just came out, you. [00:07:37] Speaker B: Know, because I'm telling you, when they call you boy, fam, listen, that ain't never been cool. It never been cool to call him boy. He's down with NS. [00:07:54] Speaker A: Three. Touchdown. Yo, come on, man. Come on, man. And it's happening. [00:08:09] Speaker B: Listen. But it's happening in real time. It's happening in real time. [00:08:19] Speaker A: You could mess up his name, boy. [00:08:22] Speaker B: That boy, he's a grown ass man. [00:08:24] Speaker A: Ll cool J, like 50, 50, you call him? [00:08:29] Speaker B: No, Ll cool J is older than 50. Ll is probably like 53, 54. You calling him a boy. [00:08:44] Speaker A: Now that we want to bring up Trump. If Trump had to call one of these guy boy, just really think about it. [00:09:04] Speaker B: If he had to call one of. [00:09:05] Speaker A: Them boy, if he had to call a black man boy, front page, it'd. [00:09:12] Speaker B: Be front page, it'll be all, everywhere. You call a 55 year old man a boy, you know, I see the pandering going on. I see the pandering. I see when this election cycle starts to get rolling. I see how everybody starts pandering back to this black vote. And I've seen some of you bozos on Instagram using my name in vain saying, I don't know what you was calling me. He was calling me something. Some political shit. I don't know nothing about that. I don't know nothing about right and concern. I don't know nothing about none of that shit. I don't know. I don't classify myself as none of that. And I ain't going to let you classify me as any of that shit because I don't subscribe to none of that. You're a right or you're conservative or you're left. Listen. [00:10:17] Speaker A: Okay, so y'all be. [00:10:20] Speaker B: This is what they be doing. They be trying to take my talking points and use them for their little political point of view. [00:10:28] Speaker A: And listen, it ain't about whether I'm right left Joe Biden, because this is. [00:10:37] Speaker B: The right and this is the left. But whatever we doing to Joe Biden. [00:10:40] Speaker A: It don't matter what I am. What I am is pointing out truth. The truth is the truth. [00:10:51] Speaker B: Well, I gotta be down with something. He just called a man boy. If anybody called him boy. I don't like when people call me boy. [00:11:08] Speaker A: You understand what I'm saying? [00:11:09] Speaker B: I don't like when nobody call me a boy. I'm not a boy. [00:11:14] Speaker A: I'm a man. [00:11:15] Speaker B: I'm grown. I'm an adult. [00:11:18] Speaker A: So. [00:11:20] Speaker B: When we peel back the layers. [00:11:23] Speaker A: Of what this man is and what. [00:11:26] Speaker B: He'S done, because think about this, right? [00:11:32] Speaker A: This shit like wrestling. [00:11:35] Speaker B: They didn't have no more money for us. They didn't have no more money for any relief, any small business relief. During that Rona, when it hit, they didn't have no more money for us. They didn't have no more business. They couldn't bail out a lot of small business. They didn't have nothing. [00:11:55] Speaker A: But this individual has money. [00:12:02] Speaker B: For Ukraine, and he has money. He's making the way for all these migrants coming in the country. [00:12:10] Speaker A: That shit is bad. It's bad. [00:12:16] Speaker B: Them coming across that border is bad. I didn't think it was that bad. [00:12:22] Speaker A: I was like, yo, it's bad. New York City bad. [00:12:30] Speaker B: They trying to pay people to let them live in your house. They trying to pay people to, yo, they trying to pay people to let. [00:12:40] Speaker A: Them live in your house. [00:12:44] Speaker B: All, like, a luxury hotels is housing them. So as we sit here and we say, yo, damn. Because being black, right? Most of us are black people, right? [00:12:58] Speaker A: Where. [00:13:02] Speaker B: First of all, one thing that we have as black people is empathy for everybody but other black people. I'm just keeping it tall. [00:13:14] Speaker A: Just keeping it tall. We got empathy for everybody but black people. [00:13:20] Speaker B: We can look at every other race, nationality in the world and say, damn, they shouldn't be doing that to them. We just feel that because our oppression. We don't like no oppression nowhere in the country. [00:13:32] Speaker A: Nobody but our oppression, right? [00:13:38] Speaker B: So when we see what's being done to them in other countries and we say, yo, let them come in here. Let them come in the country. [00:13:49] Speaker A: This ain't your country. [00:13:55] Speaker B: This shit is ours, though. [00:13:58] Speaker A: We built this, and we get the least. [00:14:02] Speaker B: We get the least amount of love. [00:14:06] Speaker A: Respect. [00:14:09] Speaker B: And finances in this country. Don't get confused with that welfare thing, because where you at? It might be a lot of people want public assistance because per capita, they are the biggest welfare recipients. [00:14:23] Speaker A: Don't get it twisted. [00:14:24] Speaker B: You got other communities where if you have a welfare case and you have an issue, you got to go down to that office and settle your issues. Other communities, they send representatives. Did you know that? They can have a representative from their community go down there and settle 20 and 30 welfare cases. I can't say, yo, let me go to the projects. [00:14:47] Speaker A: And who case ain't right? You put your name on here, I'm. [00:14:53] Speaker B: Going to go handle your case. [00:14:54] Speaker A: Not us Russians, the bankers. They send representatives. Dead ass. Dead ass. [00:15:07] Speaker B: So the funny thing. [00:15:10] Speaker A: Is, now the country is being, all these individuals is. [00:15:15] Speaker B: Coming in the country, sleeping. Yo, New York City got homeless people. [00:15:19] Speaker A: Sleeping on the street. I ain't say that shit yet. [00:15:23] Speaker B: Go outside. And the funniest thing about them, they all have communities. They have communities where everywhere they live, every sign is in their native language. The stores, you ever been to Chinatown? They got like Chinese McDonald's and shit. [00:15:43] Speaker A: Chinese Popeyes. Shit. [00:15:45] Speaker B: Ain't even supposed to say popeyes. That should say slash, slash, slash, slash. [00:15:53] Speaker A: I don't cap, you know, I don't cap at all. [00:15:57] Speaker B: I don't cap. [00:15:58] Speaker A: They got places where their whole community is. [00:16:04] Speaker B: Houses and shit. [00:16:07] Speaker A: They got. They shit. We got nothing. And they are still in our nothing. Well, we got projects. They still own all the smoke shops. [00:16:30] Speaker B: All the corner stores, bodegas, hairy chicken. [00:16:33] Speaker A: Wing spots, nail salons, hair salons, hair. [00:16:37] Speaker B: Supplies, drugstores, gas stations. [00:16:41] Speaker A: What do we own? We don't even own the barbershop. [00:16:46] Speaker B: So don't say barbershop because we rent the barbershop. [00:16:51] Speaker A: What do we own? Our weight. [00:16:56] Speaker B: And then they got the nerve to. [00:16:58] Speaker A: Be bringing more people in here, but. [00:17:01] Speaker B: They never gave us the shit that. [00:17:03] Speaker A: We were supposed to get. Where's our shit? What about us? What about us? Y'all do all this smoking, all this smoking, all this. We don't even own those smoke shops. [00:17:28] Speaker B: They sell all the blunt wraps, all the lighters, all the hookah pipes, whatever, because if you a dude and you. [00:17:36] Speaker A: Smoke hookah, you suss. I'm just telling you now. So, they come here, and they automatically give them Social Security. They give them all types of shit they get put on paper. But. [00:17:59] Speaker B: We'Ll call other people tethers that. [00:18:02] Speaker A: Are black, and it'll be still our. [00:18:07] Speaker B: People, still our ancestry, some places still our people that'll come here from Haiti, and they'll send ass back. You ain't see that? You never saw that before? [00:18:19] Speaker A: They'll come here from Haiti on the. [00:18:21] Speaker B: Damn inner tube, and they'll send their ass back. When you got other people just walking. [00:18:26] Speaker A: In here, the border control people was. [00:18:30] Speaker B: Cutting the fence for them. Just stay up the shade room for an hour. Don't watch some of these programs and watch what's going on. It's a lot going on. You could think it doesn't affect you. You could think it don't bother you. [00:18:45] Speaker A: Pure Vita. [00:18:46] Speaker B: Now. [00:18:49] Speaker A: You got to stop. [00:18:50] Speaker B: I got people who work in the government. [00:18:53] Speaker A: My relatives work for the city. [00:18:54] Speaker B: Work in the government. Yes, they do. [00:18:58] Speaker A: Yes, they do. [00:19:00] Speaker B: They come here, they get legitimized. [00:19:03] Speaker A: Yes, they do. [00:19:06] Speaker B: Some of them are illegal. [00:19:08] Speaker A: Some of them aren't. Some of them come here. [00:19:11] Speaker B: You trying to tell me all them Ukrainians that's coming here, they not here because they was invited here? [00:19:19] Speaker A: Go cut it out. [00:19:22] Speaker B: Sebastian Thompson Tompkins. When you say it's all a distraction, I say distraction. When people say stuff is a distraction. [00:19:35] Speaker A: A distraction from what, though? Because what is happening that this is distracting us from? [00:19:43] Speaker B: Because I see that a lot with y'all. [00:19:45] Speaker A: Anything that happens, y'all say it's a distraction. A distraction from what? [00:19:54] Speaker B: I never understood when y'all say that, I always be trying to get what y'all saying or try to understand what you're saying, but I never understand when y'all say it's a distraction. Is that just like, some buzzword shit? It's a distraction. We sitting know some people sitting there watching the Colorado football game against Oregon is like, y'all watching that game? The game is a distraction. [00:20:19] Speaker A: A distraction from what? [00:20:21] Speaker B: We're talking about government. We're talking about shit that's happening in real time. It's not a distraction. It's happening. A distraction is you telling me, hey, look over here. And I turn around and somebody punched me in my mouth. That's a distraction. A distraction from what? [00:20:39] Speaker A: The government. [00:20:45] Speaker B: Y'all have to really, really break that down. [00:20:49] Speaker A: Dice. [00:20:49] Speaker B: Thank you for supporting my independent. The Democrats are using the migrants for votes. So, yeah, stop with the distraction shit. That always bothered me. People like, it's a distraction. [00:21:01] Speaker A: A distraction from what? [00:21:04] Speaker B: Break that down if we don't know, and my thing is this, honestly, I'm going to be real with you. If we don't know, when you say something, you have the floor to educate us. You have the floor. I'm not here to always be disagreeable. But if you know something that I don't know and you could show improve, I'm all for it. But a lot of times people just say stuff because somebody else said it. And that's when I like to say that a lot of people regurgitate and don't. Research. Research is very important. Regurgitation. [00:21:42] Speaker A: Oh, God. All right, Sebastian Tompkins, you've been excused. [00:21:48] Speaker B: From steering us away from the most high. [00:21:50] Speaker A: All right, man. See, and I'm being respectful to you. [00:21:58] Speaker B: Because you have the right to feel like that. You're not wrong. But when you start dealing with your. [00:22:06] Speaker A: Ideologies and your theology and your philosophical beliefs, that's not a distraction. [00:22:17] Speaker B: That's your business. That's how you feel. [00:22:20] Speaker A: Some people don't believe in your most high. [00:22:27] Speaker B: You can't paint that with a brush. You can't paint that with a broad brush and say it's a distraction to. [00:22:34] Speaker A: Get us staring us away from the most high fam. We don't went through slavery, we don't. [00:22:40] Speaker B: Had famine, we don't had pestilence, we don't had everything. Something happened before we was even born. [00:22:48] Speaker A: So. [00:22:51] Speaker B: The ideology has to be renewed. It has to be updated. [00:22:56] Speaker A: History is cool. [00:22:57] Speaker B: I love history. [00:22:59] Speaker A: History is a teacher. But history is just that we live. [00:23:04] Speaker B: In the present and we live in a now. And people keep trying to use old ideologies. [00:23:10] Speaker A: In today's world, it don't work. [00:23:15] Speaker B: So as we love our heroes and Shiro's, we're supposed to extract some of the information that they gave, update it with today's technology. In today's world, we still talk about, we going to go do a sit. [00:23:28] Speaker A: In, we going to go march? What? That don't work like that. [00:23:42] Speaker B: They call Noah conspiracy theorist. All right, so the truth, lady, respectfully, show me in the Bible, because that's regurgitation, too. Show me in the Bible where the. [00:23:53] Speaker A: Word conspiracy theorist is, that's regurgitation. [00:23:57] Speaker B: What you just said is regurgitation. Because they never called him a conspiracy theorist. Show me the passage in the Bible where Noah was called a conspiracy theorist. [00:24:07] Speaker A: Was that terminology even out in BC time? [00:24:14] Speaker B: That's pure regurgitation. They called Noah conspiracy theorist until it started to rain. And to some people, that's mythos. To some people, that never happened. Listen, I never said we can't know what's happening now if we don't know our history. [00:24:31] Speaker A: But the problem is history is. [00:24:37] Speaker B: Okay, for example, let me give you an example. The pyramids. What does the pyramids have to do with today? [00:24:50] Speaker A: I'm going to ask, could somebody tell me? Because you got me. [00:24:55] Speaker B: We built the pyramids. [00:24:57] Speaker A: Now for a feel good moment, wanting. [00:25:00] Speaker B: To connect to ancestry and say how great we were. Yes, but you got dudes with one tooth, like five doodle tooth in the back. We built the pyramids. Why? Smoking a stove, blowing it through the one tooth. Come on, man. Here and now is everything to you. History is the best teacher. [00:25:23] Speaker A: But when you're being taught, there's also. [00:25:27] Speaker B: A lesson in the teaching. What is the lesson? The lesson can't be 1964. [00:25:36] Speaker A: You have to apply it. [00:25:37] Speaker B: Where is the application from the lessons. [00:25:39] Speaker A: And the teachings fail. [00:25:45] Speaker B: Town, USA thank you for supporting. Where is the application from the lessons? [00:25:57] Speaker A: How the pyramid was built? [00:25:58] Speaker B: As a theory, but. [00:26:04] Speaker A: Oh, so now the pyramids. [00:26:06] Speaker B: You say the pyramids wasn't created by man. So who created the pyramids? Because if you give it to the aliens, then you just shit it on the black man. Because it wasn't no aliens in ancient Kemet. See what I'm saying? So you see how stuff gets moved. So now we didn't do it. [00:26:22] Speaker A: We'll give it to Mork and Mindy. [00:26:26] Speaker B: We'll say alf did it. We'll say the ewoks did it. We'll say. [00:26:32] Speaker A: R did it. You understand what I'm saying? See, common sense is not that common. [00:26:41] Speaker B: When we dealing with shit that don't have nothing to do with right now. Certain diseases that existed don't exist. They evolved into different things. Certain things migrate, certain things change into other shit. The way you ate the food is different. The food is different. The water is different. The temperament is different. [00:27:04] Speaker A: The sun and the moon be out at the same time. The sun and the moon be out. [00:27:10] Speaker B: At the same time. [00:27:12] Speaker A: Today I was walking down the street. [00:27:14] Speaker B: There goes the moon and there goes the sun. But we keep living in the pastime. Paradise and we just keep saying, yo, nah, yo. Let's take it back to when there is no taking it back. Time does not go backwards. Time only goes forwards. [00:27:34] Speaker A: If we let them believe, if we. [00:27:37] Speaker B: Believe Charles Darwin believe we came from monkeys. I ain't come from no goddamn monkey. [00:27:45] Speaker A: I didn't come from no cave. Because if we evolve from monkeys, when. [00:27:52] Speaker B: The monkeys going to evolve into humans? If we come from monkeys, why is it still monkeys? Didn't all the monkeys should evolve into a human? You ever seen a monkey evolve into a human? Evolve? [00:28:07] Speaker A: So that's cap. Cap. I ain't got no cap to throw. That's cap. But through language and through people playing. [00:28:18] Speaker B: With you, you start believing bullshit and then you repeat it. But you didn't do no research. [00:28:24] Speaker A: It's still monkeys. [00:28:26] Speaker B: All types of primates. [00:28:28] Speaker A: This is where you come from. [00:28:29] Speaker B: Who come from that? [00:28:30] Speaker A: I don't come from that. Don't come from that. They're still monkeys. [00:28:36] Speaker B: When they going to turn human? [00:28:39] Speaker A: I wait. So again, I love history, but there. [00:28:52] Speaker B: Was a time where people walked hundreds of miles. There were times where people did a lot of things. That's not being done now. So how could we talk about then? Because at one point David allegedly hit Goliath with a fucking rock. Let somebody throw a rock at me, I'm going to throw some back. But we keep living there. [00:29:20] Speaker A: David slew Goliath. [00:29:25] Speaker B: Delilah cut Samson's hair. [00:29:33] Speaker A: A lot of it is cap. A lot of it be cap. [00:29:40] Speaker B: Exactly. We were more advanced in those ancient times because we use this. This was the biggest thing we could use. But now they took that from us. They took this from us and put us in these things to where these operate us. [00:29:56] Speaker A: Think about this right now. [00:29:58] Speaker B: Think about this. [00:30:01] Speaker A: This device right here. [00:30:05] Speaker B: Controls your mood. Not even anything tangible. [00:30:12] Speaker A: Maybe you go out, traffic, maybe you go out. [00:30:15] Speaker B: The price is high on something. Maybe you go out and the line is too long. But this device controls your mood. You see something on here, somebody leave a comment. You don't like. It pisses you off. Somebody hits you in the DM with something you like, it makes you happy. You see some tail on here, you get stimulated. You see something on here that bothers you, you can cry. This controls your mood. [00:30:47] Speaker A: A device. [00:30:49] Speaker B: A device controls your mood. You could type something, what people say, oh no, now I lost all respect for you. This wasn't in ancient times. This wasn't ancient time. This is now. [00:31:11] Speaker A: Again, I said the. [00:31:12] Speaker B: Other day, what if Michael Jackson had Instagram? [00:31:14] Speaker A: They would have to build servers for him. Anyway, so if y'all just coming in. [00:31:30] Speaker B: The room, make sure you hit the like button. [00:31:33] Speaker A: And I want to show you what your man, your man, Joe Biden said. Could you stop the music? [00:31:51] Speaker C: Two of the great artists of our time, representing the groundbreaking legacy of hip hop in America, LL J. Cool J. By the way, that boy's got man's got biceps bigger than my thighs. I think he's an MC light. Both of you, thank you. And two of the great artists of our time, representing the groundbreaking legacy of hip hop in America, LLJ Cool J. By the way, that boy's got man's got biceps bigger than my thighs. I think he spent MC light. Thank you. [00:32:34] Speaker B: My thing is. [00:32:35] Speaker C: Two of the great artists of our time, representing a groundbreaking legacy of hip hop. [00:32:40] Speaker B: Stop. [00:32:40] Speaker A: Okay, so my thing is, you can. [00:32:48] Speaker B: Mess up somebody's name. [00:32:52] Speaker A: But when you. [00:32:53] Speaker B: Call somebody a boy, um, that's unacceptable. It was once a time where they called us boy. We wasn't men in their eyes. They called us boy. Some places, they still call us boy. [00:33:15] Speaker A: You actually have a TikToker who he pranks. He has on, like, overalls. [00:33:24] Speaker B: His name is white Dolomite. And he goes around in Walmart and say, hand that to me, boy. [00:33:29] Speaker A: Can you get that for me, boy? [00:33:31] Speaker B: Pass me that thing, boy. And he says it to black men in a joking way. [00:33:36] Speaker A: And when he says it, the first. [00:33:39] Speaker B: Thing they do is they turn around. [00:33:41] Speaker A: And say, who you talking to? It's derogatory, period. [00:33:49] Speaker B: It's derogatory when it's coming out of a white man mouth is derogatory. [00:33:54] Speaker A: It's. [00:33:54] Speaker B: It just is what it is. [00:33:58] Speaker A: So. [00:34:01] Speaker B: It is what it is. We can't get around that. [00:34:06] Speaker A: So he said what he said, and. [00:34:18] Speaker B: He'S from a time you got to remember, he ain't no spring chicken. He from a time where he remember. [00:34:27] Speaker A: When that speech was speeching. [00:34:31] Speaker B: So if you didn't eradicate that out of your mindset or your subconscious, you wouldn't make a mistake like that. [00:34:38] Speaker A: If you never said that before, you. [00:34:41] Speaker B: Ain'T going to say it for the. [00:34:42] Speaker A: First time like me. [00:34:46] Speaker B: I'm from Brooklyn. I'm Brooklyn. But did you know that I never called anybody son? [00:34:57] Speaker A: I don't use that terminology. [00:34:59] Speaker B: I never liked it. I never liked son. I never liked saying, yo, that's my son. What's up, son? I understand when people say it. I understand the terminology from the town. That's where I'm from. But I never call nobody's son. And then also in Brooklyn, another terminology is boy. [00:35:22] Speaker A: Your boy, what up? Your boy. [00:35:24] Speaker B: And I never liked that. [00:35:26] Speaker A: I never liked calling somebody boy or. [00:35:31] Speaker B: Somebody calling me boy. Your boy was good. Don't call me boy. I don't care if you black, green, yellow, bronze, I don't care what you are. Don't call me boy. And again, visualize, I was going to get on you for a minute because you came in my chat trying to derail, right, that's for one, for two. I'm talking about Biden and you prove what I proved earlier today, because I'm talking about Biden and you're bringing up Trump. Why? [00:36:07] Speaker A: So if you want to keep typing. [00:36:08] Speaker B: And saying what you want to say, going against what I'm saying, trying to stare it to what you want to say, like is your show and your chat, explain to me why you bringing up Trump. [00:36:19] Speaker A: You got the floor. [00:36:51] Speaker B: You can hear pin drop. We're talking about now. [00:36:59] Speaker A: We're talking about now. [00:37:05] Speaker B: We're not talking about nobody else. [00:37:08] Speaker A: We're talking about now. [00:37:13] Speaker B: And I said from the beginning, anytime. [00:37:16] Speaker A: You bring up Biden, they gonna say. [00:37:20] Speaker B: But Trump, what does he have to do with anything? [00:37:24] Speaker A: What does he have to do with anything? Nothing. So if you want to justify what. [00:37:34] Speaker B: He said by somebody else saying something. [00:37:39] Speaker A: That means what he said is wrong. [00:37:43] Speaker B: Because you're saying what he said was wrong. So why we can't deal with the wrong right now and why you didn't deal with the wrong when it happened? Allegedly. [00:37:52] Speaker A: I was talking to this young lady today, shout out to you, if you watching me, your name start with a d. And I asked, I said something about Trump. She said, oh, Trump has said a. [00:38:11] Speaker B: Lot of racist stuff. [00:38:12] Speaker A: I said, he did. [00:38:13] Speaker B: He said racist stuff to black people. He said, no, he doesn't like Mexicans. [00:38:19] Speaker A: I said, respectfully, are you mexican? He said, no. [00:38:23] Speaker B: I said, so. [00:38:26] Speaker A: Why do you care? [00:38:28] Speaker B: And that's that black empathy that we have, because we do have that and I have it. [00:38:34] Speaker A: But again, when I watched them debate and they said something about the children being in cages, right? [00:38:46] Speaker B: Remember, they said Trump was taking the. [00:38:48] Speaker A: Kids from the parents and putting them in cages. [00:38:53] Speaker B: It was something critical that he said. [00:38:58] Speaker A: He said, joe, who built the cages? [00:39:10] Speaker B: Who built the cages? The cages was from the last administration. [00:39:17] Speaker A: What did you have them for? [00:39:19] Speaker B: Why were they there? So a lot of things be happening and because you don't know, you think it doesn't exist. We watching situations where everybody close to. [00:39:34] Speaker A: Certain situations, all of a sudden they drowning in puddles. [00:39:45] Speaker B: You got to pay attention because I'll be sitting there looking at shit. [00:39:51] Speaker A: Huh? A lot of emails. [00:39:57] Speaker B: This dude's son is a custody. Getting mad money from China. Millions. [00:40:02] Speaker A: Fuck he getting all his money from. But again, regurgitation propaganda media. Let me show you something real quick. Okay, hold on, hold on. [00:40:24] Speaker B: No, I don't got to do that. Let's use Siri. My siri is black. [00:40:29] Speaker A: Okay. [00:40:29] Speaker B: I found a black man voice. [00:40:45] Speaker A: Hey, Siri. [00:40:49] Speaker B: What'S the 13th letter in the Alphabet? [00:40:52] Speaker A: Here's what I found from barackabicin.com. N or n is the 14th letter in the modern English Alphabet, in the iso basic Latin Alphabet. [00:41:02] Speaker B: His name in English is on pronounced n, plural ends. [00:41:09] Speaker A: Now, I ain't giving you all that. I ain't giving you all that. [00:41:13] Speaker B: I'm afraid to say it on live, but I don't want to say it all live. They go get me. [00:41:19] Speaker A: Yeah. [00:41:24] Speaker B: I'm scared. All right, now, I ain't scared. Hold on, hold on. Let me find this. [00:41:36] Speaker A: Hold on. [00:41:46] Speaker B: I want you all to see what. [00:41:48] Speaker A: The 13th letter in the Alphabet is. You know what this. [00:41:55] Speaker B: How are we going to do it? The 13th letter in the Alphabet is what? M, right. [00:42:01] Speaker A: M, right. Okay, so now that we all clear on that 13 letter in the Alphabet is M. M, right. Who did Trump say he had beef with? [00:42:21] Speaker B: Who was he? [00:42:23] Speaker A: There's two factions that he was against. Mainstream media, right? Mainstream media, right? [00:42:36] Speaker B: Mainstream media. He had a problem. Fake news. That's fake news. Fake news. Mainstream media. Mainstream media, right? [00:42:44] Speaker A: That's fake news. [00:42:46] Speaker B: It's fake news. Your fake news. [00:42:50] Speaker A: Msm. [00:42:54] Speaker B: Mainstream media. That's who he was beefing with, right? He always talked about mainstream media. [00:43:02] Speaker A: But who else that he used to say he was against, because he stopped saying mainstream media. He coded it. What he kept saying MS 13. You ain't peep it. Remember he kept saying MS 13. [00:43:27] Speaker B: This MS 13 is that MS 13. [00:43:30] Speaker A: And we thought. [00:43:31] Speaker B: We thought he talking about the gang. Talk about mainstream media. Msm. [00:43:44] Speaker A: That was slick. When I saw that, I was like. [00:43:47] Speaker B: That was slick. [00:43:50] Speaker A: Because you thought he was talking about the damn gang. He wasn't talking about the gang. He was talking about Ms. M 13 is the. Is M 13 for letting. [00:44:07] Speaker B: The Alphabet is m. [00:44:10] Speaker A: But he kept saying fake news. Just wanted to put y'all. [00:44:16] Speaker B: I peeped that a long time ago. [00:44:19] Speaker A: I peeped that. [00:44:20] Speaker B: I was like, yo, why you keep saying we don't be seeing MS 13? Why it's all against MS 13? [00:44:31] Speaker A: Because it's come out that during times of the election, they buried a lot of story. It was found that Twitter, Google, Facebook. [00:44:47] Speaker B: Was burying a lot of stuff that. [00:44:49] Speaker A: Could have affected the election, but it. [00:44:52] Speaker B: Was anything that was anti Biden. [00:44:58] Speaker A: And they admitted that to Congress that they did that. [00:45:01] Speaker B: Twitter admitted that. [00:45:04] Speaker A: They admitted that. [00:45:08] Speaker B: So the media, that's why independent media is so important. Some of us, not all of us, but some of us, many of us are your voice. Many of us is going to give you information that you're never going to get for them. And I ain't talking about no spooky, mystical shit or this is going to happen to you because it's a lot of regurgitation and it's a lot of stuff that goes on that is easy for people to regurgitate that they don't even know nothing about. Right. It's a lot of that that goes on. I'm talking about stuff that we could show improve. We're not talking about nothing slick. We're not talking about nothing. That is a possibility. We're talking about what is happening right now. So we are at a point where our voices get censored. I can show you videos that's in yellow anytime I mention certain people names on my platform. I cannot monetize the video. And I'll just say it's the. [00:46:14] Speaker A: Caucasian. [00:46:15] Speaker B: Dudes with big platforms. You know, I've mentioned their name a few times. Those videos, they don't even monetize those. [00:46:22] Speaker A: Videos, so I can't even say they name. That's how bad that is. [00:46:26] Speaker B: And I could show and prove that to you. [00:46:28] Speaker A: But we could get on here all. [00:46:30] Speaker B: Day and say derogatory things about our men, our women, our children, each other. We could say anything derogatory about each other. We could murder, death, kill each other. [00:46:44] Speaker A: We could put each other down. [00:46:45] Speaker B: We can do all of that. That's up for monetization. [00:46:48] Speaker A: Why? [00:46:48] Speaker B: Because that's a part of how we look at one another, how we feel about one another. [00:46:56] Speaker A: But the minute we start pointing out what goes on with others towards us. [00:47:04] Speaker B: We'Re not allowed to say that. And that's what many people were trying to say. [00:47:12] Speaker A: That's what Kanye was trying to say. [00:47:15] Speaker B: That's what other people were trying to say. So that's why as you look at stuff and you consume stuff, I told y'all, consumer was once the term that they call adults with the mental capacity of children. They were once called consumers. Now they call them individuals. Anybody that work in the mental health field that deal with adults, challenged adults, they know in about 19 pocket full of owners. [00:47:47] Speaker A: Thank you. [00:47:54] Speaker B: No, yeah. About the 1990 719, 98, they were still called consumers. They were still called consumer. The next person that come in here and talk about something that I'm not talking about, you out of here. Seriously, don't come in here. Don't come in my chat saying this about this person. That's not what I'm talking about. If anybody respect the crazy bone, that's the homie. I hope he get well, but don't come in here trying to be fucking John Stossel in my chat. I'm talking about one thing, and that's your problem. You don't pay attention. You don't pay attention. All you want to do is talk about what you want to talk about and stare everybody to you what you got to say. And I don't got nothing to do with what I'm talking about, okay? I hope crazy bone does. Well, I hope he. But you think you breaking news. You think what you're saying is breaking news is all over the Internet. People still coming here asking me, what did he say? What did he say? So what I'm talking about is way more important than what you coming in my chat trying to stare fuck out. [00:48:59] Speaker A: Of here like you know him. I hope he gets well, but I. [00:49:06] Speaker B: Don'T know what's going on with him. That's not what I'm talking about. [00:49:11] Speaker A: He's sedated. [00:49:17] Speaker B: I can't stand that shit. Niggas be like, yo, man, Jordan is coming out of retirement. [00:49:23] Speaker A: I can't focus on shit. You don't think what I'm saying is. [00:49:29] Speaker B: Important and just bounce. Listen, celestial being, I guess that's your name. You sound like a female. Because I hope you're not a man calling yourself celestial being. Because that's fucking limp wristed Cardi B and Nicki Minaj. Was days ago when that topic was happening. [00:49:52] Speaker A: That was days ago. Now, if you had came in and. [00:49:56] Speaker B: Said something about that topic during that topic, that meant what it meant, when it meant it. Now we're talking about something else. We're talking politics. We're talking about deception. We talk about censorship. We're talking about all that shit that is important right now. So for you to think, you come. [00:50:12] Speaker A: In telling what's going on. Fuck out of here. Fuck out of here. That's your problem. That's your problem. [00:50:25] Speaker B: Now you can't stay focused. [00:50:28] Speaker A: You know what? Let's get you the fuck up out of here. I know some of y'all motherfuckers is on Adderall growing up. [00:50:42] Speaker B: I know you know they medicated you. They ain't give you a fucking chance. You know what I'm saying? They didn't give you a chance. [00:50:52] Speaker A: Anyway. So the importance of us having voices. [00:51:01] Speaker B: The importance of us being to speak. Listen, I don't want you all to agree with me. It's not about agreeing with me. I just want you to say, yo, you know what? [00:51:14] Speaker A: You said that. [00:51:15] Speaker B: Let me go look that up. [00:51:18] Speaker A: That's all you got to do, go look it up. [00:51:20] Speaker B: And then you could just educate yourself. And then, you know what? When you have talks with people, you could compare and contrast based off of what you read, not off of what I said. Forget what I said is what you read. [00:51:34] Speaker A: It's not about me. It's about going there and researching. That's all it's about. [00:51:44] Speaker B: And realizing that when you type. Because me, I got a platform, right? 278,000 subscribers, right? [00:51:51] Speaker A: So it's certain things that I did. [00:51:54] Speaker B: But remember, it's certain things that you. [00:51:56] Speaker A: Said that Facebook blocked it, Instagram blocked. [00:52:02] Speaker B: It, which is a monopoly. Twitter blocked it, and was like, yo. [00:52:08] Speaker A: Fact checkers said, what you just said is not right. [00:52:14] Speaker B: And you know it ain't cap. That ain't happened to y'all before. [00:52:18] Speaker A: When you used to put certain things. [00:52:19] Speaker B: On Facebook or put certain things on Instagram, it'll go right on your post and say, you can't see this post. [00:52:26] Speaker A: How do they know to do that? It could be a picture, because the. [00:52:31] Speaker B: Picture is a fingerprinted. Everything has a digital fingerprint. [00:52:34] Speaker A: Everything is geotagged. So you'll post the pictures and it'll. [00:52:41] Speaker B: Say, fact checkers determine that this is not correct. [00:52:46] Speaker A: But I can see it. [00:52:47] Speaker B: If I want to. [00:52:48] Speaker A: So that was happening to all of us. [00:52:50] Speaker B: It wasn't just happening to me. It was happening to everybody. So if they say everything that we say and everything we do is not right and exact, then what could we say? Because we got to have our network where we're able to compare, contrast, and give each other information without them saying, no, that information is bullshit. [00:53:14] Speaker A: That information is fake. [00:53:17] Speaker B: So a lot of times when you. [00:53:19] Speaker A: See stuff, you got to remember the. [00:53:22] Speaker B: News stations are down with political pundits. You see, sometimes they might say, the New York Times has just endorsed Joe Biden for president. The police athletic league has just endorsed Trump. So if the New York Times endorsed Trump or Biden, whoever else, DeSantis, whoever. [00:53:46] Speaker A: Else, then that means that paper is. [00:53:50] Speaker B: Going to be biased towards a certain candidate because the whole damn paper said they endorse him. And censorship is un american. It's un american. And instead of us going researching, we'll just say, well, he said. [00:54:16] Speaker A: Respectfully, I. [00:54:17] Speaker B: Want to tell a story. [00:54:19] Speaker A: I love Dr. Umar for some of. [00:54:23] Speaker B: The things that he said. [00:54:25] Speaker A: Great, great scholar, great scholar on point about 95% of the time. [00:54:38] Speaker B: The other 5% comes when you have individuals that try to delve into fields. [00:54:44] Speaker A: That they know nothing about you. It's very important to stay in your. [00:54:53] Speaker B: Lane and stay in your field of expertise. [00:55:00] Speaker A: If you're expert in this, be the. [00:55:02] Speaker B: Greatest expert you can be. Give all the information, teach us. But when you start trying to talk. [00:55:08] Speaker A: Because it sound cool, that's where you falter at. Now, I watch people every day speak. [00:55:21] Speaker B: On the music business in the music industry. [00:55:24] Speaker A: They never been in it, and they. [00:55:27] Speaker B: Don'T know nothing about it. And the problem is, that is one of our go tools as black Americans, our culture, everything is, who's better than this? Who's a rapper? Rapper. Stay in your field of expertise. When it comes to education, when it comes to mental health, when it comes to african history, black american history, you are unmatched in that. But when you start trying to talk about the music business, you out of your league. And misinformation is worse than no information. Misinformation is lying. [00:56:06] Speaker A: I don't care who it is. [00:56:08] Speaker B: Misinformation is lying. And when you sit on these microphones and you have the world looking at. [00:56:16] Speaker A: You, you cannot put misinformation out there. [00:56:21] Speaker B: It's okay. Black man, black woman. It's okay to say, I don't know nothing about that. [00:56:28] Speaker A: It's okay. [00:56:31] Speaker B: It's okay to say, yo, that's not my field. [00:56:35] Speaker A: It's okay. [00:56:36] Speaker B: That don't make you stupid. [00:56:39] Speaker A: That don't mean you unlearned. [00:56:40] Speaker B: I don't profess to know everything. Some stuff I don't know. Some stuff I don't know. [00:56:52] Speaker A: Hold that thought. [00:56:54] Speaker B: Soul fire management. Celebrities must sell their soul. If ll doesn't say anything and let that slide, tells you all they need to know. Don't worship those idols. That's another misnomer. Everybody don't sell. See, that's another thing that's regurgitated. Everybody don't sell a soul. [00:57:14] Speaker A: Where y'all get that shit from? [00:57:17] Speaker B: I was on television. I know all these guys. [00:57:24] Speaker A: I've been on billboards and timescale. Who, me? [00:57:30] Speaker B: So what you're saying is that none. [00:57:32] Speaker A: Of us are talented, none of us. [00:57:35] Speaker B: Are worthy, and none of us work hard. That's what you saying. Stop saying that shit. Stop saying everybody sells they soul. Stop saying that. Everybody does not sell they soul. Everybody doesn't do that. That's bullshit. Stop saying that. That's saying that a person is not talented. That's saying that a person didn't work hard. [00:58:04] Speaker A: Stop saying that. [00:58:07] Speaker B: Because that's another thing that's regurgitated. You know, you got to do this, you got to do that. And the people who always talk about what they got to do to be. [00:58:16] Speaker A: In this. [00:58:19] Speaker B: They want to be in the game, too. They want to be in the game, too. They son, daughter, them, they homeboy is artists. So you're going to tell your daughter to sell her soul. You're going to tell your son to sell his soul. You going to sell your soul? You're going to watch your nephew, you, your homeboy, are you all going to sell your soul? Stop saying that shit. Some people just work hard, and some people grind is longer. That's why some people don't get it as fast as others, because you grind. Stop saying we not great. We great. Everybody don't take shortcuts. Everybody didn't have to do that. I didn't have to buy followers. I didn't have to do none of that shit. I got everything organically. [00:59:06] Speaker A: So I feel that when I get. [00:59:10] Speaker B: To a certain height, you're going to. [00:59:12] Speaker A: Put that shit on me. [00:59:14] Speaker B: I had three deaths in my family. If I was at a certain height, people would say, you know, he had to do a blood sacrifice, right? That shit is fucked up for people who lost their family members. You bozos go online and say, you know, you got to do a blood sacrifice. [00:59:31] Speaker A: That's all we got. [00:59:32] Speaker B: And you know where that should come from? That should come from propaganda from them. People could dispel shit in a minute. [00:59:42] Speaker A: But they don't because rumors, gossip. [00:59:47] Speaker B: Are carried by fools. [00:59:51] Speaker A: This carry by fools. [00:59:52] Speaker B: Everybody. You know, you a celebrity, you got to do something. That shit is not true. [00:59:59] Speaker A: Shit is not true. They're not going to try that with everybody they know. [01:00:03] Speaker B: Some people ain't cut for that. Yeah, it might be somewhere to go. It might be. You can get a little further. But what's the difference between that and the woman being at the job and she letting the boss smash after work at the bar and then he give her a promotion? It's the same shit. Selling your soul is compromising your mvp, which is morals, values, and principles. [01:00:30] Speaker A: For. [01:00:31] Speaker B: Money, fame, and opportunity. That's what selling your soul is. [01:00:36] Speaker A: But if that's what you into, it's not selling your soul. [01:00:41] Speaker B: It's not selling your soul if that's what you into. Some people come in here and say, yo, I'm trying to get money by any means. How could you call them a sellout? They told you. They told you. That's what they in it for. They ended for the money. Celebrities. All y'all niggas think you a celebrity. Some of y'all got instagrams with like, 2000 followers or 400, and you think you a goddamn celebrity. [01:01:10] Speaker A: What's a damn celebrity these days? [01:01:16] Speaker B: They don't want everybody. They don't want everybody. [01:01:23] Speaker A: Do casting couches exist? Yep. But it exists at the workplace. It exists at the post office. It exists in checkers. [01:01:33] Speaker B: There ain't no music industry. It ain't no Hollywood shit. It's everywhere. [01:01:40] Speaker A: See, when you open your mind and. [01:01:43] Speaker B: Your real third eyes open, you see shit for what it is. You stop living in the spooky world. You stop living in the conspiracy world, because it's no longer conspiracy, because it's the truth. But y'all keep running with shit that's conspiracies. And I heard and they said, who. [01:02:00] Speaker A: The fuck is they, right? Society, that's not how that work. [01:02:06] Speaker B: You got people who worked hard. [01:02:10] Speaker A: You got people who still didn't get. [01:02:13] Speaker B: They just do. Everything is in the open now. There is no secrets. [01:02:22] Speaker A: Well, we could call it an open. [01:02:23] Speaker B: Secret, which is oxymoron, but whatever. Stop coming with this. That's what I'm saying about history. When you come with this old way of thinking, it doesn't mean anything in today's world. [01:02:41] Speaker A: That's old. Niggas is not cranking cars no more. We got electric cars. We talking to each other on the phone. We're able to look at each other. So how you talk about, we don't. [01:02:57] Speaker B: Dial a phone like this no more. [01:02:59] Speaker A: We don't flip the phones unless we. [01:03:01] Speaker B: Want that style of phone. [01:03:02] Speaker A: So why do you all still have. [01:03:05] Speaker B: Them ideologies from them times and we in a different time? I'm talking to you in real time. This is real time. We all on the same clock. I'm not talking to you at 02:00 yesterday. I'm talking to you now. [01:03:24] Speaker A: Right now, as we speak. [01:03:26] Speaker B: If I fall out this chair, I fell. You know what I'm saying? I'm sweating. I didn't cut the ac on. [01:03:32] Speaker A: This is real time. So again, stop living in the misinformation age. [01:03:38] Speaker B: Stop living in a time that don't exist no more. We living in the now. And you have people who so played out who don't want to adapt to what's going on. So they want to act like they're going to take it back. They still in the house eating spam. They still in the house eating corned beef hash. They still in the house eating grits and gravy and shit that you don't even. Yo, listen. We have evolved as a people. [01:04:07] Speaker A: We brilliant. Can we start using our brilliance in the now? It don't matter what we did. Malcolm, love him. [01:04:18] Speaker B: He's gone. Martin, love him. He's gone. Marcus, I love him. He's gone. The honorable Elijah Muhammad love him, but he's gone. But we could extract some of the ideologies and apply it with today's technology, with today's science, with today's living quarters and how we have to interact with people. Come on. We keep talking about shit and you don't even got five people you get along with. The fuck are we talking about? Even got five people you get along with. Yeah, we gonna. [01:04:49] Speaker A: We gonna who right now, if you got set out, you going to look. [01:04:59] Speaker B: Out for your immediate family in your home. You ain't even got five people outside of your home that you want to look out for. And some people in your home, you can't wait to move away from them. Some people in your home, you can't wait to not fuck with them. [01:05:15] Speaker A: So get out of here with that. [01:05:17] Speaker B: Yeah. Come on, man. This old way. The old way is not going to work today. It's not going to work. [01:05:30] Speaker A: Look at the policies. [01:05:32] Speaker B: Look at what they are doing. [01:05:33] Speaker A: If you either adapt or you're going to fail, you don't have credit. Go try to buy something. I'm telling you. But you know who got credit? Your enemy. They're taught all that. [01:06:01] Speaker B: They're taught finances. They're taught financial freedom. We're not taught that. When our ancestors pass away, all we get is debt, trauma, pain. And who getting that living room set? No, they said I could take that living room set. [01:06:16] Speaker A: What we worry about, we don't even. [01:06:18] Speaker B: Got money to bury each other. [01:06:21] Speaker A: I worry about all this shit. [01:06:23] Speaker B: And if you die, you can't even get sent off correctly. They burning you because it's cheap. You know what I'm saying? They burning you because it's cheap. [01:06:35] Speaker A: Got Gofundme's to bury motherfuckers. It's all a play. You know what I'm saying? [01:06:43] Speaker B: It's all a play. [01:06:46] Speaker A: What did Dick Gregory used to say? [01:06:48] Speaker B: One thing I like when he said, it's all a game. [01:06:51] Speaker A: It's a game. You know what I'm saying? [01:06:55] Speaker B: It's a game. [01:06:56] Speaker A: So again, we just at a time where we have to bracken. [01:07:04] Speaker B: Thank you for sending that super chat for my independent voice. You have to keep your eye on your prize. [01:07:11] Speaker A: What you want might not be what I want. [01:07:14] Speaker B: What I want might not be what you want. Stop painting us as a broad brush, because we're not the same. I got women in the chat. I got real educators in the chat. [01:07:29] Speaker A: Brown girl from Boston, educator, Kelly Mills. Degrees, big Ma. [01:07:38] Speaker B: His own company, his own janitorial company. [01:07:44] Speaker A: Nisha. [01:07:44] Speaker B: Nine stars, entrepreneur. [01:07:48] Speaker A: I got people. We got people in here who doing a thing. They don't believe in them always. [01:07:57] Speaker B: They know what's going on right now. [01:07:59] Speaker A: And they just take what was taught. [01:08:04] Speaker B: Take the lesson from it, and apply it Today. My fuckers want to show you old shit. [01:08:12] Speaker A: Remember when you was little in school. [01:08:14] Speaker B: And they put that project up, and they be like, boom. And they flipped the screen? Anybody 40 years old enough, remember that? They put a projector. It wasn't even no film projector. [01:08:24] Speaker A: It was boom. [01:08:27] Speaker B: And they changed the slide. Come on, man. Anthony Greenwood. I appreciate you always. We don't live like that no more. We're exchanging information in real time. I can airdrop you something. Yo, did you see this? I could airdrop it to you right now. [01:08:47] Speaker A: Let's act like it. [01:08:48] Speaker B: Be working around with these thousand dollar phones, $1,500 phones. And we looking at social media. We looking at shade room. We looking at doggy diamonds. That's not what you paid all this money for. [01:09:03] Speaker A: You got it to get the information. [01:09:06] Speaker B: That you need to get to different levels and not be fooled. That's what you're supposed to be using this shit for. That's what you're supposed to be using it for. That's what you're supposed to be using it for. [01:09:18] Speaker A: How can you gain your independence? [01:09:28] Speaker B: You have different type of freedoms. You have freedoms. That's mental freedom. You got spiritual freedom. [01:09:34] Speaker A: You got financial freedom. Yo, I wake up when I want to. I go to bed when I want to. I create content when I want to. I go live when I want to, because I set it up like that. [01:10:02] Speaker B: This is what I did. I don't have to beg nobody for nothing. I love support, and I take my support, put it back into the product, and this is the outcome of the product. But I'm here to acquire knowledge. I'm here to acquire information. That's all I want, is information. We don't have the information. That is the problem. We don't have the information, and then we have people who want to give people, the information, what they do. Nigga think he know everything. Fuck that nigga. But they can't teach you nothing tangible. [01:10:44] Speaker A: You put them in a room with a computer, a camera, a microphone, a. [01:10:50] Speaker B: Drum machine and a book. They looking around the room. That's not going to get us nowhere. That's not going to help us. So what some of us do is say, yo, you know what? I'm going to help me. [01:11:04] Speaker A: I'm going to help me. [01:11:09] Speaker B: So what is the biggest things that everybody has? [01:11:12] Speaker A: Facebook, Twitter, threads, Instagram, TikTok. [01:11:17] Speaker B: You know what they got? [01:11:20] Speaker A: They got a database. [01:11:21] Speaker B: They got all your info that you willingly put in in there. You willingly put your information in there. Some of y'all put the colors of your eyes. [01:11:30] Speaker A: I give a fuck about your eyes. [01:11:32] Speaker B: You put that. You a vegan. [01:11:34] Speaker A: You put that. [01:11:36] Speaker B: Whatever preference you are, you put all. [01:11:41] Speaker A: Your information in the computer world in a cloud, and then you be the first one to say, people need to mind a business. [01:11:52] Speaker B: You just put all your information out there. [01:11:55] Speaker A: It's our business now. We can see it. [01:11:58] Speaker B: You think your page is private? [01:12:01] Speaker A: Private to who? [01:12:04] Speaker B: You think your page is private. You think people with your private page. You think your page is private, right? My page is on private. I've had to put my page on private. You think your page is private? [01:12:28] Speaker A: But then I buy a car, and. [01:12:32] Speaker B: Then I get phone call and say, hey, gregory, is this Gregory? Yeah, I'm calling you about your 2020 car. Do you have a warranty? [01:12:47] Speaker A: Like, how y'all know about my car? [01:12:53] Speaker B: Your information is for sale. Your information is for sale. You are for sale. You know why? Because you're a body. This is how they do marketing, promotion, propaganda. [01:13:12] Speaker A: This is how they do that. [01:13:13] Speaker B: This is what your command in chief and different people, this is what they do. You are for sale. Not your body, your information. Sometimes. Sometimes you're just the body. That's how you'll get certain things, you know? [01:13:31] Speaker A: But like, how the fuck. Why am I getting this? How they got my email, how they. [01:13:37] Speaker B: Got my phone number. [01:13:39] Speaker A: It's for sale. You don't have to. [01:13:43] Speaker B: Do they be like, oh, I never did a census. [01:13:45] Speaker A: Yes, you did. It's called Facebook. And then you'll be sitting there, and. [01:13:50] Speaker B: Then it'll be like, yo, it's been a data breach. Did you get those emails? Sometimes you might go into one of. [01:13:55] Speaker A: Your financial institutions or something like, know. [01:13:58] Speaker B: To tell you, yo, all of your. Those emails is on the dark web. Those emails has been compromised. You never got that before. [01:14:10] Speaker A: But you're quick. [01:14:10] Speaker B: To give them everything. [01:14:11] Speaker A: You quick to give up everything, but. [01:14:15] Speaker B: What are you getting in return? So when people say, you selling your. [01:14:18] Speaker A: Soul, you do it every day, you. [01:14:24] Speaker B: Just ain't getting no stick or your forehead, you didn't get no car, you. [01:14:27] Speaker A: Ain'T getting no house, but you do it every day. So in trying to wake people up, it's the hardest job ever, because we. [01:14:42] Speaker B: Only listen to who we think is qualified based off of a material goods. Repeat that for you and I'll get you to understand what I'm saying. We only look at people like we. [01:14:58] Speaker A: Eat with our eyes, we eat with our senses. [01:15:02] Speaker B: We do everything with our senses. That's why your senses are important. [01:15:07] Speaker A: You could look at, for example, men. You could see a woman, she might. [01:15:13] Speaker B: Look a little fluffy, right? She might look like she got a little weight on her. And physically, she might not be your. [01:15:23] Speaker A: Type or attractive, but you might be cool with her. And you give her a hug and you say, damn, she feel good. [01:15:34] Speaker B: Instant you become attractive based off of how she feel. She might have on some nice perfume, some nice lotion, she smell good. [01:15:44] Speaker A: That's another sense, other sense of vision. [01:15:48] Speaker B: Damn, she looked good. It's the same thing how we acquire information. If Jay Z come before right now. [01:16:00] Speaker A: And say, yo, everybody do this and do that. [01:16:04] Speaker B: That's how I made my billions, man. Niggas be running out. He got niggas wearing them ugly button ups and cufflinks and shit. [01:16:10] Speaker A: Niggas in the street, where you going? I was coming outside. You coming to chill? On the ave like that? [01:16:19] Speaker B: On the block with a button up. [01:16:21] Speaker A: And cufflinks and on a block like that. [01:16:25] Speaker B: Nah, them jerseys is played out. [01:16:27] Speaker A: Says who? [01:16:30] Speaker B: That's why they are called influencers. [01:16:34] Speaker A: They went from socialites to influencers. But if they are influencers, who are. [01:16:41] Speaker B: They supposed to be influencing? [01:16:43] Speaker A: You? That's why Meg thee stallion is going to. [01:16:49] Speaker B: Every time you see her, she going to shake her ran through ass. [01:16:53] Speaker A: Every time you see her, she going to shake her ass every time you see her. [01:17:01] Speaker B: What happened? So now, every time a woman does something and she wants to celebrate, hey, she shake her ass. [01:17:08] Speaker A: Why? [01:17:08] Speaker B: Because Meg. [01:17:09] Speaker A: Do it. [01:17:09] Speaker B: Cardi. [01:17:09] Speaker A: Do it. [01:17:09] Speaker B: Ice spice. Do it, Nikki. Do it. What's wrong with what I did? I had a woman respectfully tell me that she was sexually assaulted before. I thought that was unfortunate that she told me that. [01:17:22] Speaker A: And I remember saying to her, and. [01:17:24] Speaker B: I sent her a DM one day and I said to her. [01:17:29] Speaker A: Respectfully, you. [01:17:31] Speaker B: Told me that you were violated before. [01:17:35] Speaker A: But every time I see you on. [01:17:37] Speaker B: Social media, you're selling. You're pushing something to me that sends a message. Although what you're doing gives nobody a right to do anything to you. So I'm not justifying, but you got. [01:17:52] Speaker A: To remember, if every time you see me, I'm eating, after a while you're going to say, I'm greedy, right? [01:18:03] Speaker B: You always eating. [01:18:05] Speaker A: So if I see you, you always. [01:18:06] Speaker B: Shaking your ass and you always wearing something, you scantily clad dress, and you. [01:18:13] Speaker A: Give off promiscuity if that happened to you. [01:18:21] Speaker B: Why do you carry yourself like this? [01:18:24] Speaker A: And she said, nobody say nothing when Nikki do it. So what I said just went the fuck over your head. Didn't you think you, Nikki, that don't. [01:18:35] Speaker B: Give nobody a right to do nothing. [01:18:37] Speaker A: To you but shit, if I see. [01:18:40] Speaker B: You with books and glasses and your hair pent up, I'm going to think you a goddamn librarian, right? [01:18:45] Speaker A: I'm going to think you a teacher. [01:18:48] Speaker B: If you on here showing all your motherfucking egg McMuffin, somebody going to want to stop knock the stuffing off your egg McMuffin. [01:18:55] Speaker A: So again, what are you selling to the people? [01:19:02] Speaker B: It doesn't make any sense. So again, when we see people do shit, we got to say, oh, that's not for me. That's what they do. That's not for me. I don't follow no trends. [01:19:16] Speaker A: I do what I want. I marshal the beat of my own drum, yo. [01:19:24] Speaker B: I do me. [01:19:26] Speaker A: That's what y'all doing? Fine. That's for them. I do me. And I've acquired knowledge. [01:19:35] Speaker B: I've acquired success. [01:19:37] Speaker A: What I deem to be successful, and that's it. Now, when we start talking about success. [01:19:48] Speaker B: Because many of you second guess yourself, many of you think you're unsuccessful based off your materialism and your monetary gain or lack thereof. You think you're unsuccessful. [01:20:06] Speaker A: To a certain extent. [01:20:07] Speaker B: If you're going to place your success. [01:20:09] Speaker A: On a new phone, this is the. [01:20:12] Speaker B: Iphone 15 Pro Max. Next year they're coming out with the 16. So next year, this phone is old. [01:20:19] Speaker A: So I got like 365 days. [01:20:22] Speaker B: The stunt is old. [01:20:26] Speaker A: So. [01:20:29] Speaker B: This is out of here soon. [01:20:33] Speaker A: Prior to this, I had the 13. [01:20:34] Speaker B: I get every other phone because I know a certain thing that they tweak that they're not going to do in the next phone. They're going to do it in the next, next phone. I know this, right? [01:20:44] Speaker A: So if you place your success value, worth, or materialism, you are in trouble. [01:20:55] Speaker B: Because you can't compete with people who have been sponsored. You can't compete with people who has been gifted certain things, and you can't compete with people who are in certain fields. [01:21:08] Speaker A: Just know who you are, what your purpose is in the world, right? You could be a mother who don't. [01:21:18] Speaker B: Want your children to see your titties. Let's be honest, right? When you were young. [01:21:28] Speaker A: If you seen. [01:21:29] Speaker B: Your mama naked, you might have seen them naked. [01:21:34] Speaker A: Young, five, six. [01:21:38] Speaker B: But by the time you started understanding. [01:21:41] Speaker A: What nakedness was, you'll say ill, you. [01:21:48] Speaker B: Started becoming ashamed of your nakedness. Like Adam and Eve and the alleged garden of Eden, right? So you started covering yourself. Nowadays, the babies see their mother and. [01:22:03] Speaker A: A father naked, and we do, too. So you could be a mother who. [01:22:10] Speaker B: Don'T want that for your children, and that's fine. [01:22:14] Speaker A: Yeah, you might not be able to. [01:22:16] Speaker B: Get no red bottoms. [01:22:17] Speaker A: Yeah. [01:22:17] Speaker B: You might not have that new car. You might not be able to get all those things. But you know what you have? [01:22:22] Speaker A: You have something that you want, something. [01:22:25] Speaker B: That means something to you. And that might be something as simple as dignity. That might be something as simple as self respect. You can't buy that. [01:22:39] Speaker A: You can't buy that. So you have something valuable because it holds value to you. [01:22:48] Speaker B: You have things that's sentimental. Somebody who passed away could have gave me this damn cloth to clean my glasses. I could keep that as a keepsake. Something sentimental, you say, damn, throw that cloth away. Nah, my brother gave that to me. [01:23:04] Speaker A: You understand what I'm saying? [01:23:06] Speaker B: So a lot of times, what you hold is your value, what you think is your value. Nobody can determine your value and your worth. [01:23:16] Speaker A: I wear pumas. [01:23:18] Speaker B: I got LeBron's, I got timberlands. I got everything. My most comfortable sneakers be my pumas. [01:23:26] Speaker A: Like, yo, these shits look good, but they ain't that comfortable. But the pumas, they be comfortable on my feet. That's just me. [01:23:36] Speaker B: I could get the new, could get the new, could get the dash, 111, five. [01:23:44] Speaker A: But I do me, because you got. [01:23:49] Speaker B: All that, but you don't got a place to stay. [01:23:51] Speaker A: I do. Your chain is beautiful. [01:23:55] Speaker B: It's nice. [01:23:55] Speaker A: All them diamonds glistening is nice, but. [01:23:58] Speaker B: Your credit score is like 522. [01:24:04] Speaker A: You got a nice car. [01:24:06] Speaker B: The car is beautiful. [01:24:09] Speaker A: But you bought. [01:24:10] Speaker B: It at 70,000 miles. My car only got 22,000. So it's different values within the value. It's different variables within it. You check all the boxes and you say, okay, splurge. [01:24:31] Speaker A: I'm splurging on this. Just like when you work out, just. [01:24:36] Speaker B: Like when you live a certain way. [01:24:39] Speaker A: You say, yo, I'm going to eat clean. [01:24:42] Speaker B: Seven days of eating clean. [01:24:44] Speaker A: Number eight. [01:24:48] Speaker B: You could call me. [01:24:50] Speaker A: I'm going in. [01:24:51] Speaker B: I mean, me some ice cream. I eat my brownie. Shit. I want some black eyed peas and cornbread. Because you have to do things as a reward system. But when you do something all the. [01:25:06] Speaker A: Time, it loses its value, right? [01:25:10] Speaker B: So. [01:25:13] Speaker A: You'Re competing with people that are. [01:25:17] Speaker B: Put here and made to make you. [01:25:19] Speaker A: Think you're small and unworthy because you. [01:25:25] Speaker B: Don'T have what they have, but you also don't do what they do, right? So if you're not a rapper, how. [01:25:30] Speaker A: Do you expect to live like one? You don't sing. [01:25:35] Speaker B: How you expect to live like a singer? You don't got an onlyfans. How you expect to live? Like an IG model? I mean, just be honest. [01:25:42] Speaker A: Be honest with yourself. [01:25:43] Speaker B: It's nothing wrong with how you live. You could live in an apartment, you might have mice, you might have roaches. [01:25:50] Speaker A: Listen, man, ain't nothing. [01:25:52] Speaker B: No traps and no spray can't get rid of. Seriously. Especially if you in New York City. I shit doomed. You could be in a high Rise apartment, the damn roach would come in. Fuck with roaches. Getting in here. Rats. It's not talking about the rats in New York. [01:26:09] Speaker A: We ain't going to talk about that. [01:26:11] Speaker B: We ain't going to talk about the rats. But when you live up to other people's standards, you're never going to be good enough for them. You got to be good enough for you. [01:26:22] Speaker A: What works for you, what makes you tick. [01:26:27] Speaker B: What was your motivation to get up today? What was your purpose for living? You got different reasons. Some of us don't got the same purpose. Some of you have the heart, the patience. [01:26:43] Speaker A: To go to school to further your education. Me, I couldn't do it. [01:26:53] Speaker B: I just know I wasn't cut for it. I wasn't cut for it. And I had the nerve to be the goddamn. I had the nerve to be an honored student and didn't like school. So I found my route. You know what? This is my route. This is what I got to do. Okay. What's comfortable for now? Let's do this in steps. [01:27:21] Speaker A: In December of 2022, December of 2022. [01:27:27] Speaker B: My credit score was six oh nine. [01:27:32] Speaker A: I bullshit you now. [01:27:33] Speaker B: If I could backtrack and show you, I would. In December of 2022, my credit score was six nine. I could not believe how my credit. [01:27:47] Speaker A: Fell so poorly like that. [01:27:50] Speaker B: I had high balances. [01:27:52] Speaker A: I had different shit that was going on. [01:27:55] Speaker B: And I'm like, yo, my credit is fucked. [01:28:01] Speaker A: Through discipline, planning, I was able to. [01:28:06] Speaker B: Take care of some things. Credit is 754 as of today. It might have went up. [01:28:12] Speaker A: Shit, let me go look. So that is success. [01:28:17] Speaker B: That's my success. [01:28:19] Speaker A: That don't help you. It'll only help you if I tell. [01:28:22] Speaker B: You what I did. But nobody could tell me that I'm not successful. [01:28:28] Speaker A: If I was able to go from. [01:28:29] Speaker B: A 609 to a 754 in, like, ten months. You can't tell me I'm unsuccessful. I'm a man who weighed 300 pounds. I lost 120 pounds. You can't tell me I'm unsuccessful. I never got on no table. I never did no crash diet. I never starved myself. All I did was hard work, discipline, and education. But people will come quick to tell you how you ain't shit. [01:28:54] Speaker A: I ain't get on nobody table. You see these niggas getting bbls? You understand what I'm saying? [01:29:03] Speaker B: So when you do things the old fashioned way, when you do things the right way, it's going to take you longer. You might say, I want a new car. [01:29:15] Speaker A: It's going to take you longer because. [01:29:19] Speaker B: You don't sell drugs. You're not a trapper. [01:29:24] Speaker A: You. [01:29:25] Speaker B: So every check, you're going to put a little bit to the side for your whip. Put a little bit aside to your. [01:29:29] Speaker A: Whip, and then you don't even have. [01:29:31] Speaker B: The education on how to buy a car. I bet you you don't. You go to the car dealer, they say, what do you want your payments to be? You never, ever answer that. People, when you go buy a car. [01:29:46] Speaker A: When they ask you, what do you. [01:29:48] Speaker B: Want your payments to be? I don't want my payments to be shit. Oh, we got to run your credit to see what you eligible for. No, you don't, because that's an inquiry on your credit. [01:30:06] Speaker A: And if you don't get the car. [01:30:08] Speaker B: Now, you got an inquiry. You just tell them, assume good credit. [01:30:14] Speaker A: You, you know what numbers is good? [01:30:17] Speaker B: Just put that number in there. Never let them. Never let them. Never let them, because they are salesmen. So look, if you say, yo, man. [01:30:30] Speaker A: Right now I'm paying about $600 for my car note. [01:30:36] Speaker B: I want a new car. I want a 2023. I'm willing to go up to. I pay 800. [01:30:42] Speaker A: They say, you know what? [01:30:44] Speaker B: Damn, he didn't even know. [01:30:48] Speaker A: That. [01:30:48] Speaker B: He only was probably going to go up $100. Even when you put money down, you know, every down, they only take $20 off of your note. [01:30:56] Speaker A: So if your note is 800 and you put $2,000 down. [01:31:03] Speaker B: Your shit is 760. You might as well pay the 800 and take the thousand and put it on the back end. [01:31:10] Speaker A: But this is how they play you. You know how I learned that education? [01:31:14] Speaker B: I'll be sitting up on YouTube watching car dealerships. I'll be sitting on YouTube watching a lot of shit. How much money are you putting down? [01:31:23] Speaker A: I ain't putting down nothing. I ain't putting down nothing. [01:31:27] Speaker B: What you want your payment to be? How much the car costs? So I get to determine my payment? [01:31:34] Speaker A: What's the terms? [01:31:35] Speaker B: How many months am I getting? A 72 month? A 60 month or 84. What's the interest rate? [01:31:41] Speaker A: I got pre approved for my bank. It's simple. But we go in everything blind. [01:31:49] Speaker B: This is the Shit that they know. [01:31:51] Speaker A: This is the shit that they know. [01:31:53] Speaker B: But you got people who sit before you and say they teaching you. They got all of this knowledge. But they can't teach you basic shit that you need to know to get ahead in this world. They can't tell you. Jamal Walters. Thank you. They can't tell you that. [01:32:07] Speaker A: You know why? [01:32:08] Speaker B: Because they might have a car but. [01:32:09] Speaker A: It ain't in their name. [01:32:10] Speaker B: And they didn't buy it. It's in their mama name or it's in one of their babies name. And they fucking a baby credit up. [01:32:16] Speaker A: Because they use their baby social to. [01:32:19] Speaker B: Get phones and all types of shit. So you a baby. You like eight years old and your credit is 500 because you got mad debt on your shit depth debt. [01:32:28] Speaker A: You understand what I'm saying? [01:32:29] Speaker B: But again you're going to give the audience to the low vibrating shit. You're going to give the audience to the people who you think know what they're talking about. And it's all emotional talk. Just because I talk loud with conviction right now that don't mean I know what the fuck I'm talking about. That just means I'm loud. [01:32:46] Speaker A: So a lot of times I'll be sitting there. Oh. [01:32:49] Speaker B: He going in. He getting deep. [01:32:51] Speaker A: He is. She is. [01:32:52] Speaker B: That's deep to you. What can you take from what they said and go somewhere? And I'm telling you right now, if you didn't listen to nothing that I said tonight, if you just walked in the room. Take my car dealership shit. [01:33:06] Speaker A: Trust me. [01:33:09] Speaker B: Never answer what you want your payment to be. How the fuck do I determine that? [01:33:14] Speaker A: So we get to determine what our rent going to be and our mortgage and the phone. [01:33:20] Speaker B: Since when do we determine our payments? [01:33:24] Speaker A: I'm confused. [01:33:25] Speaker B: Based off what? [01:33:27] Speaker A: How can you ask me? How could you ask me what I want my. [01:33:32] Speaker B: But I don't want my payments to be shit. [01:33:38] Speaker A: Give me your social so I could run your credit. [01:33:40] Speaker B: No, assume good credit because if you run my credit, it's going to be an inquiry. [01:33:45] Speaker A: No, you don't need to run my credit. How much is the car? What is MSRP? [01:33:51] Speaker B: All right, what's the taxes and fees? What's the lot fee? What's your fee. [01:33:59] Speaker A: And what could I give you? [01:34:00] Speaker B: Because I got a car that I want to trade. Okay, I got a car. My car note. I owe 30,000 on my car. How much are you going to give. [01:34:10] Speaker A: Me for this car? [01:34:12] Speaker B: Okay, I want to give you 21,000. Damn. That means I got an upside down of 9000. So I got to carry that $9,000 debt into the new car. The new car one is $54,000. So we say 54 plus 9000 is 63,000 plus taxes and fees. Damn, that could push me up to 67. Will a bank give me a loan for 67? Of course they will, but let's negotiate this 67 now, yo, 67 kind of crazy, fam. I mean, it's a 2023, I love it and all that, but $67,000 for a car? How many months this month? $1,000 payment. I can't do that. You got to come back with something different or I'm out. That's it. That's how you negotiate when you want. [01:35:04] Speaker A: A car, when you go get a. [01:35:07] Speaker B: Car that should say as is sale, you better take a mechanic. That should say as is. So again, and I only deal with dealerships. I ain't going to motherfucking Mohammed. That got a lot. We ain't fucking with him. We ain't doing that. I'm going to go to the shit. My next car, I don't know what I want. I was looking at different cars. I don't even need a new car, honestly. But again, I think for my birthday I want to give myself something so I might get a new whip. [01:35:43] Speaker A: I was looking at the electric cars. [01:35:44] Speaker B: But then I'm like, damn, electric cars don't go far if you want to go across state where the charging station is at. [01:35:51] Speaker A: So the average miles on the electric. [01:35:56] Speaker B: Cars might be like 200 something miles. [01:35:59] Speaker A: To 300 miles, but then the charging. [01:36:02] Speaker B: Is going to take sometimes 18 to 45 minutes. So if you're traveling and it's going to take you 10 hours to get. [01:36:09] Speaker A: Somewhere, 6 hours to get somewhere, you got to factor in charging time. And I would never lease a car. [01:36:21] Speaker B: Because lease a car is like having a fucking apartment over a house. You know, you got an apartment, you got to get out after a while. But you own your house, you got equity in your house. It's certain things you can do with your house. You could refinance, you could do different things. And when you lease a car, you can't refinance it. But if you finance a car, you could refinance it. [01:36:43] Speaker A: And I ain't no fucking car dealer. [01:36:44] Speaker B: But I'm just saying, do my research. Do my research. You go try to acquire your loan. [01:36:53] Speaker A: Don't let them get the loan for. [01:36:57] Speaker B: You, because what's going to happen is them and the bank is going to work out some shit to fuck you around. Oh, we found a loan for you, but you don't know. They hit up like ten people. So now you got a bunch of inquiries on your shit. You got like ten inquiries. The only good thing about it, if it's ten in a certain span, they might count it as one. [01:37:17] Speaker A: But don't go negotiate today, go over here tomorrow, go over here tomorrow, they. [01:37:23] Speaker B: Going to slam you. You're going to look, there should be 754. You go back and look, 7677. [01:37:28] Speaker A: What the fuck y'all do? [01:37:29] Speaker B: Oh, no, you had a lot of hard inquiries. [01:37:33] Speaker A: Anytime you go get a credit card, it's an inquiry and it's a trick. It's a trick to trying to get. [01:37:43] Speaker B: Increases and stuff on your credit card. There's a lot of shit with that, you know what I'm saying? It's a lot of ways to do that. [01:37:50] Speaker A: But again, it's just some of the. [01:37:53] Speaker B: Shit that I'd be watching, studying, and talking to dealers. I went in a dealer, and that's the first shit he said was, where do you want your payments to be? [01:38:01] Speaker A: Type of question is that how much is the car? It cost this, but we could run. [01:38:07] Speaker B: Your credit and all that and see what we could do. [01:38:09] Speaker A: No, my credit is good. [01:38:11] Speaker B: Let me tell you what my credit is and just go off the number. [01:38:15] Speaker A: That I gave you. You ain't running nothing. You ain't getting my social, you ain't getting nothing. [01:38:23] Speaker B: Just run this number and then come up with that number. [01:38:30] Speaker A: That's it. So I. [01:38:37] Speaker B: Myron Glenn, I think you want my attention bad. I never said getting a credit card as a trick, you bitch ass nigga. I said getting a credit increase, but I see you like five times. You said some slick shit. You want my attention bad? I never said getting a credit card as a trick. I said getting a credit increase, it's a way you can do that without having an inquiry. But for people like you, just keep saying, no, they don't. No, they won't. Just keep being disagreeable. [01:39:07] Speaker A: Just keep being you. Just keep being you. [01:39:13] Speaker B: Because you'll be one of them people that I'm talking about. [01:39:19] Speaker A: Yeah. [01:39:19] Speaker B: And then you can also leave now. Can't stand some of y'all niggas. [01:39:25] Speaker A: Why y'all alive? What purpose do you serve? You just go from room to room, YouTube to YouTube. No, they don't. [01:39:35] Speaker B: You never rewind it. I never said it's a trick to get in the credit card. I said it's a trick to getting a credit increase without getting a hard inquiry. You know it's a way that you talk to computers, right? You know, it's a way that you talk. You don't talk to an actual person. [01:39:53] Speaker A: So they don't run yet. [01:39:54] Speaker B: I could do it for you right now, but I'm not. [01:39:59] Speaker A: Stupid ass niggas. Anyway, I must go. [01:40:04] Speaker B: I've got to do, like, 300 push. [01:40:06] Speaker A: Ups, shower, work on some other content. Yeah, the increase will come with paying. [01:40:18] Speaker B: Your bill, but you can also ask for an increase. For example, say you go to Best Buy. My credit limit in best buy is $1,700. So if I went to Best Buy and I wanted to purchase the tv, and the tv costs like $2,000, I can go into best buy and I can ask them if I can get an increased credit to pay for the tv, and they'll ask all my information, and sometime they approve me right there. So that's ways you could get a credit increase, which is an increase when you're talking to a person. But there's ways that you can do it where you're not talking to a real person, you're talking to a computer. C los, I appreciate you. [01:40:56] Speaker A: I appreciate you. [01:40:57] Speaker B: Y'all gonna help me get this machine before you know it? Call and show coming soon. I'm just trying to get this bread. [01:41:02] Speaker A: Up to get it, you know what I'm saying? [01:41:05] Speaker B: I got a call and show coming soon, and it's going to be a morning show. [01:41:10] Speaker A: You know what I'm saying? Yeah, but it's the ways you could. [01:41:13] Speaker B: Get other credit reports. If you part of Navy federal, if you've part of credit unions, you get credit reports. You could get your transunion. You could get more than one free credit report. [01:41:23] Speaker A: That's not true. You could get more than one and. [01:41:28] Speaker B: Listen and anything that I say, if you don't agree or you see what I'm saying, is an error. You could always hit me up and I will go to the audience and say, oh, I was in error with that. But you're not going to be a nigger in the crib that sit outside with black lips and white shit inside of your mouth and just think. You could just argue because you just feel like doing it. Because if you don't like me, you don't need to be here. That's mental illness. [01:41:54] Speaker A: You could be doing something else. [01:41:56] Speaker B: I don't watch people, I don't like, I don't go in people's chat room to argue. I just sit back and watch, I watch a lot of people and I just sit back, I don't got nothing to say, I just say salute, I leave a comment, I leave a thumbs up and I keep it moving. But it's people that don't have nothing to offer anybody that got the most to say. If you notice that people who don't have nothing to offer anybody got the most to say. And let's say we all listen to you, where are we going to be? [01:42:24] Speaker A: Let's listen to you. [01:42:25] Speaker B: You tell us then let's all listen to you. That's why when people talk, a lot of times I say, yo, you got the floor, tell us, you see they don't type, nothing else. You see the other bozo, you can block me if you want. I never said anything about blocking you, I just said give us the information. That's when they start going to theology. They believe systems and all that. See, I don't believe nothing either I. [01:42:53] Speaker A: Know or I don't straight. Like that belief does not mean factual. [01:42:59] Speaker B: If I ask you what time is in, you say, yo man, I believe it's like 11:00. Is it 11:00 or you believe it's 11:00 so do I got to go off of what you believe or do I go off of what you know. [01:43:12] Speaker A: What time is it? [01:43:13] Speaker B: Yo, I believe it's close to twelve. I don't know if I can go for that. I don't go for what people believe. [01:43:23] Speaker A: I don't care what you believe, it's. [01:43:26] Speaker B: What you know and you can show improve, but everything is all belief. [01:43:31] Speaker A: I believe that cares what you believe. [01:43:34] Speaker B: What do you know? [01:43:36] Speaker A: And you can prove. [01:43:39] Speaker B: We all running with these beliefs, but old beliefs too. Old as beliefs. I don't have companies and built companies and lost companies and built new companies, you can get a bins off your company. [01:43:56] Speaker A: Seriously, how you think a lot of. [01:44:00] Speaker B: These dudes be doing it? They not even real people. They are businesses. They're not even real people. Their name is a business. But we don't know shit. We get people before us that brag. [01:44:13] Speaker A: About not having bank accounts, not having up. You got to go because you think you're funny. [01:44:23] Speaker B: So now you got to go play with your mother again tonight. You know what I'm saying? We got people who brag about not. [01:44:28] Speaker A: Having shit that we need and think it's funny. You, you know, cash app ain't no bank, right? No cash app. [01:44:40] Speaker B: Don't approve your credit. Go try to rent a car. [01:44:50] Speaker A: Go try to buy a house. [01:44:51] Speaker B: Go try to get a home loan anyway.

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