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"angela yee" Discussed on Asian Enough

Asian Enough

07:48 min | 11 months ago

"angela yee" Discussed on Asian Enough

"Invest. Would you be like okay if you end up. Not renew your contract. Yeah i think. I set myself up. Saw always be okay and that's also important too for everybody out there when you are working and it's not your business to always make sure that you'll be okay and i've always felt really confident that i've treated people well. Everybody knows i'm a hard worker and so my resume speaks for itself. And i also know that if i decided to do something like on my own. Be okay with that too. As far as being an entrepreneur and part of setting up all these other businesses is knowing that okay. I had these real estate investments i own these properties things that i have most of them are paid off and so i feel comfortable. And that's just a space that you want to be in where you never feel like. You have to do anything because if not you don't know how you pay your bills or how yo survive and it took me a long time and a lot of planning and a lot of investing in taking a lot of risk to get to that point while angela. We are sad to have to let you go. Thank you thank you so much for joining fire me know before we wrap up it is time for our weekly segment. Called as confession was where we share a time or thing. That's made us feel that we're not asian so that we can unpack it together. It's kind of like group therapy. This a little less painful. I feel like I although i since. I brought up jackson heights. Good time to talk about this. So my mom's filipina. She looks very filipina. She's like hiller my white husband right like she doesn't look football you're south asia at all So whenever would shop in jackson heights which is super south. Asian and go to different bengali. Indian stores The one that you need to know by. Jackson is every prices negotiable and so my mom was the king of haggling not clean gang And it was like sometimes so uncomfortable. I would always feel bad for the shop owner by the employees And so she wasn't like people's favorite person at stores and so a lot of the employees or the shop owners would talk about her. Like i was there and she was there in bengali. Because they didn't think that either were gully And they did that. We'd understand so. They talked trash about my mom in front of her. And my mom also learned batali to speak to my dad's mom when they first got married so she also knew valley but the best part was who shaped like a hundred or so dollars off of every price so she let them talk trash pay and then be like dhanbad bullet which means like have a good day in bengali and they like their mouths would drop last nervously and walk away. But it's like. I think i look golly In some ways but like because i'm with my mom a lot of people guests that were indonesia malaysia or something like that and they just did not think that we're golly so that's high like feel that it actually works in our favor because can't talk around me so energy you have an asian enough confession. Yes so my family. I'm the pickiest eater and so every time we will be going to eat. I have family members like who owned restaurants chinese restaurants. And there's a lot of stuff. I don't eat pork since i was young. And you know in chinese culture pork is huge right and so it would be like okay. Everybody's getting park by rice. But angela has to get plain rice and i don't eat seafood so that was another thing. I've never eaten seafood my whole life. I don't even meet. And so that's always made me feel that way. Because i always had to have like a special plate. Yes so that's always made me feel around my family. They acted like i was in early. Because of all the different things that i don't eat and it would always be like that. I have of like the food that i did eat that. I would pick out the things that i didn't like and so that always made me feel not asian enough. Yeah you had me at night. Eating poor muslim report but seafood is. My life is go either with you and i just want to know your ways because i was a vegetarian for a long time. I can say like no meat to like anyone but like my japanese relatives when they bought me food. I couldn't and i was like. I guess i'm eating these pork dumplings this. I didn't know how to say like no thank you. That was both park buns way. All right well angelo in honor of your ties to radio. The music industry my confession. It's not a serious. But like i'm not really into k. Pop like i feel like especially like now is the time. Let everyone excited about it. And i should be but like i don't really get it. That's just being that's as being an adult. Thank you. I feel. I feel good. Do you have an asian enough confession. You wanna share with us. Call us at two one three nine eight six five six five two. That's one three nine eight six five six five two. Maybe we'll even play it on the show. Hi i'm calling to contribute to your asian I am a half eaten knees. Half irish college student Second generation and i just really resonated with all your confessions abou- you know struggling to feel like you're connecting with your culture and your ancestry specifically in regards to the language. My father emigrated to the united states at only around fourteen years old and was the only vietnamese kirstan in buffalo new york for twenty years almost and because of that he really wasn't in touch with his as inside and had to work to assimilate to american culture. And that into the way that. I was raised Not exposed to the vietnamese language or a lot of these holidays. Traditions or beliefs and as a young adult. I've been working really hard to connect with that. And also feel confident. When i state that i'm asian because so many times here in the back of my head. They're not asian enough but what is it to be. And what does it mean to be. Asian and that can only be defined by an individual. Because i realize i've been defining what is asian based off what people determine what asian it because all that i've been taught living in america and the communities have been grown up in and so now i'm getting to that point where i'm redefining and reclaiming my asian identity thank you. My name is kelsey gook. I'd really appreciate your podcast in the face. And that's a wrap for this episode of asian. Enough thank you to angelo ye for joining us and thank you our listeners for listening and don't forget if you love our show please leave us a review or recommend us to a friend. Our catalog includes interviews with actors sangro. Vp kamala harris and rapper ruby. Asian enough hosted by me tracey brown. And by me johanna. Our producer is assault asana. Poor and our executive producer is abby swanson. Our engineer is mike heflin. Our original music was composed by andrew. Cheapen you also heard music from dewolf and today's episode. Special thanks to julia. Turner then music. James reed and matt brennan. This podcast is dedicated to the memory of our founding producer. Line on more come back next week for another great episode.

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"angela yee" Discussed on Asian Enough

Asian Enough

07:42 min | 11 months ago

"angela yee" Discussed on Asian Enough

"Back to asian enough. Here's the rest of our conversation with angela. july like i think you know looking at currents now it's undeniable that it's it's a time were you know like there's heightened awareness about anti asian racism. We just went through a year. Where at least seem like we're finally actually talking about. How black people have been treated in america and i guess i'm curious like how has this been for you is this of heaviness watching the news and having to report on certain things and it's every day something else happening you know and then i remember when i was talking about the asian discrimination. We posted the clip on youtube page. And they were so much hatred in the comments because black people do feel like well. We've been dealing with this other time. So why should we care and asian people. Don't stand by us. So why should we care and you know they treat us badly when we go into stores and when we you know have to deal with them and they come to our neighborhoods and and profit off but don't give back to the community and you know that's a real way they're black people feel when it comes to that and then culturally to with asian people have a tendency to just keep their head down and keep going and not really be too vocal about things that are happening whether it's outside their community or even in their own community. Just keep it in the household. Anything about just deal with it keep pushing. Yeah and so i. I want to point out that all three of us are like mixed mississippi's and act like that has happened in the history of And so i mean. I think like tracy was saying earlier. It's it's really interesting. Obviously a lot of kids have this sort of struggle trying to navigate their identity in like figuring out their relationship with both sides. And i'm half filipina And i think over time. I basically found like cultural similarities. That sort of all the two identities together and it's funny growing up in queens. There was like a physical manifestation of that like we used to go to. Jackson heights all the time which is are dominantly south asian You can get like every. Golly pakistani indian likes food that you want close whatever and adjacent to it was roosevelt avenue which is predominantly filipino. And so it's like all this little pin and groceries and restaurants and stuff like that and so anytime we'd go to. Jackson is also roosevelt avenue. I felt like literally like a physical manifestation of my identity. And i i think about it all the time. Just like that is literally haim. I'm like i'm going to. I'm not one more than the other and being in one place an engaged one side doesn't make me less the other one way that new york kind of like helped me tie those two parts of together. I'm curious i mean you feel like both their identities are just like so fragmented or do you feel like you've found any similarities or ways to marry the two sides i'm always trying to marry the two sides and it's interesting because black people also some of them will say. Oh she's not black. And i've seen that a lot lately like people are trying to push that narrative but i mean it's the most ridiculous thing to me because there's no way that i'm not black like you can't tell me. Oh you're not black chinese. It is what i am like. I was born that way. And i've never denied either. One of my heritage is so. I think people try to use that as a way to kind of like attack. You and it's interesting to me because it's never has happened to me before like it's happening now in i do feel like donald trump has caused a lot of this to be honest the things that he said during the pandemic about corona virus and making people feel like all these chinese people but this virus here and then people randomly attacking chinese people. And then we've had so much. Please do tally against black people. And then you know. Black people are very upset. Because there's a anti asian crime bill that's been passed but black people haven't gotten anything from the government when it comes to that so it's just so much going on right now. It's like a. But i do feel like it's a great opportunity to have conversations and for both sides to come together and realize okay. We both need to do better. And you can't blame individuals right for something that you look at as a problem because no matter what as human beings you know we all know amazing. People have other ethnicities. It doesn't matter so much. What that is is really like how people were raised. And i do feel like it's an older generational thing to do. Feel like the older generation. Has these stereotypes and biases. That are kind of getting pushed out now and the younger generation is like okay. We all got to figure out how we can work together and come together. You're talking about this. Recent denial of your blackness like do you think that happened because of this sort of rise in anti-asian know. I just i think people ought to find any reason to attack you as you get more popularity. There's more people that are always gonna try to discredit you and find reasons to say. Oh she's not she's not that. Why is she doing this. When i first started doing radio and people didn't know what i look like and they just heard my name. It was his big deal. Like why is this. Asian person commenting one our culture. And then i remember reading something like blogs and somebody was like. Oh no. she's actually black and they were like oh. I didn't know that you know so. They have preconceived notions of who you are based off of what you are which is something that you can't control on my name. I was gonna say. Especially like as an asian name tracy round i could very much very much relate to you know i get emails from people like why are you talking about this asian thing and i'm like oh i mean my you know my name is i'm very proud of my name and it's definitely who i am but it also is not indicative every everything about me. Yeah just send a picture of yourself any time someone emails but yeah i was gonna say i think i think it's so interesting that you bring that up because before you know. The breakfast club goes on youtube. But all of these clips are going viral. Yeah i mean you're just a voice on the radio like nobody knows it really what you look like. That's such a relevant conversation right now because we have celebrities like fida who is asian but her character early on like spoken a ee. Right in any was there is a question of as an asian person. Like should you be appropriating. Black culture in that way and is is that appreciation. I mean i'd love to hear what your thoughts on that are. I think that if you genuinely have an appreciation for a culture and you're not trying to exploit it and you respect it then. I think that you're able to use your right in that way and that comes down to like even who is your team. Who are people around you. Who are you affiliating yourself with. All of those things are really important. And it's something that we have to be really conscious of no matter what it is that we do. People are learning things now. Like you can't dress up in a headdress and pretend to be indian for halloween it's offensive to native american people and there's so many things like some people will be offended if you just as a As a geisha the you know and so it's just all these things that you now have to take into consideration but it's no need to harm somebody else. Offend anybody else. If you don't have to like what's the point in doing that and if you do you have to learn from those things. So i do think it's important to make sure is just stepping into another culture like you could be like eminem and grow up around all black people in a black neighborhood and become a rapper. You're still going to get criticized. And you have to be ready and prepared for that. But i also think that you have to be really aware of.

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"angela yee" Discussed on Asian Enough

Asian Enough

01:50 min | 11 months ago

"angela yee" Discussed on Asian Enough

"Based off of how i look. I don't really feel like they look at me. And they're like oh yes one of us more of our conversation with angelie coming up after this short break. Stay with us. I'm david written. And this is the next call in september nineteen ninety-six melanie. Fda disappeared from northeastern ontario. Her mother. Selene is still searching for answers. I can't let it go. I need to find her. She deserves done much. I follow every tip and every theory investigations that could break wide open with the next call available now on the cbc. Listen app and everywhere. You get your podcasts. Frank carson was a criminal defense attorney who spent years accusing police and prosecutors of corruption. Then they charged him with murder. I'm christopher gothard writer and host of the la times. podcasts dirty. John and detective trap. I'm inviting you to follow and listen to my new podcast. That trials of frank carson. This eight episodes series is a story of power politics and the law. In california's central valley new episodes of the trials of frank carson are available to find them search for the.

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"angela yee" Discussed on Asian Enough

Asian Enough

07:28 min | 11 months ago

"angela yee" Discussed on Asian Enough

"Of your role as someone who grew up in publish. I think about my youth and when i was younger. My whole world was just flatbush. There wasn't a lot of traveling outside of my area and my neighborhood. Maybe the furthest i will go was the other side of prospect park and two kings plaza. Which is the mall. On the other side of brooklyn i would take the best there and go to the mall. Even when i was younger the only place ever went was there and to the west indies. To where my mother was from this little island called right. I didn't know much else. And so once. I started to venture out and have these experiences. It really does. Open your mind up to a whole lot more. And i wish i would have been able to do that from when i was younger. Because who knows where you would be or what you will be doing now. If you would have had more exposure. And i just think about some of the that i grew up with that didn't have the exposure and the experiences that i had you know. Fortunately my parents have at least just education so they had me in all these different programs after and on the weekends and they wanted to make sure. But when i was young i went to college so i think i was really fortunate that at least i have that while we didn't have money to be taking vacations and doing those things at least i have parents that were really Education focused and then. I had friends that have money. I went to private school. 'cause i was in this program call. Prep where they take kids from these low income neighborhoods and put them in private schools. And so. I did have friends when i went to private school that i was exposed to so many different things i i didn't know anything outside of my neighborhood. There's all these other different areas that i didn't even know existed when i was younger and so i just think it's important for people to venture out and for parents to make sure that with their kids. They are exposed different types of people. Because i grew up where my dad's side of the family is all chinese. My mom was an only child but we did go to. The west indies. All the time and my grandparents on my mother's side. I did live with us but my neighborhood was in all black neighborhood. A lot of people from the caribbean and so culturally. That was all i really knew. I'm actually curious about your trips to the west news on your kid like what was that like. When my grandfather retired he went and built his dream home in mice rats and so every summer and every christmas my family would go there and just spend the entire christmas their entire summers and it was a whole different world for me. Because when you're from brooklyn you're taught a certain way we don't speak to people we don't know we don't look people in the eye. We don't know them. We mind our business. But when i went out there i remember when we first got there. The first time i went people are like waving at me and say looking around like who are they waving at and so it was my first time feeling like okay you can say how do people that you know you can speak. You can slow it down. You don't always have to be in a rush and just to be out in nature like my grandfather had ghosts in the backyard you know. He grew sugar cane and sarel mangoes fresh fruits and all of those things it. It was an amazing experience. I used to love that. And it's so different from brooklyn so different. Yeah we're you say. Hi to people in brooklyn when when you come back from west indies. Know if if like okay. What is this person about you. Have you have to adapt. it's funny. I was just coming from with this. She's a young female artists from brooklyn. She's like nineteen years old and we were talking about that. Money in the restaurant was looking at her as she was looking at me. I'm like maybe they know you girl. 'cause you are rapper from brooklyn and where in brooklyn that we we do get really defensive and we are always trying to be like on guard about our energy and our space. And so i. I feel like coming from brooklyn. You grow kind of with an attitude. But you can't help it and then being able to travel other places is what really opened. My eyes up made me more patient. You mentioned these trips to the west indies but you also brought up. How your father's chinese and your mother in the west and he's also biracial like my mom's japanese and my dad is at japanese and half white. I'm always so curious to hear about what that makes experiences for for different people so like what was that like for you. It's an interesting time right now in particular. Because i think about how i was raised and my grandparents on my father's side. We're not happy that my father married a black woman and so it was just a lot of us feeling kind of left out of things but not really understanding it from when we were young. I know my grandparents didn't let my younger aunts and uncles. Come to the wedding. The older ones were able to make the decision and attend. But it was a big deal you know in the family and there's something that people don't address either because we've never really talked about it in the family and i just remember before my grandfather has says passed but i just remember one day. You know my dad was. I go sit next year grandfather and i went and sat next to him and he got up and move. I don't think he's ever spoken to me like my whole life. While and i mean the rest of your family. What's your relationship like with that side of your family everybody. My aunts and uncles are great. They're amazing but it's just that it was my grandparents. And i think they came from china and i feel like the images that people have black people in other places. They're not good like they look at black people. Like i don't know what they think about us. And so i guess. I felt like being successful has kind of shown them in a way because my grandmother did pass during this pandemic but she did speak to me. She wasn't as bad as grandfather but there was. She doesn't speak english and so there was always a wall up. I never relief out that comfortable. Yeah and how has that. Affected your relationship with your chinese identity. I think i when i was younger. I didn't really identify so much with it. Because everybody in my family on my dad's i cannot speak chinese. My brother and i don't know any chinese unfortunately because we weren't really raised with that side culturally like that but we do celebrate. Chinese new year was a big deal so we would always be at those celebrations. Christmas was always with my chinese side of the family and weddings and funerals very traditional. You know they did practise buddhism. And so i know things just from having to be at these events and when i was in college i did take like chinese literature courses. I did wanna learn more about it. Just because i wasn't learning about it at home on the other end of that you know you mentioned. I mean obviously flop. Wishes will obviously purview. But these for are our listeners. it it's it's a predominantly west indian and. Your dad is chinese. I mean did your dad face any discrimination when you were a kid. How did you feel someone who is next in a predominantly western neighborhood. Because i lived there my whole life and grew up there and my parents the different so long everybody in the neighborhood newham and was familiar with him but it was always a lot of jokes even when i was in school. My last name is ye and so kids make a lot of cruel jokes. But i always had really tough skin about it. I think chinese people or asian people in general and black people don't have the best relationships and so it was a lot of jokes on on both sides. There's a lot of things that black people have to say about asian. The asian people have to say about black people and so sometimes. I'm in the middle of that. Like i've heard black people say awful things about asian people and i'm standing right there because they get that. I'm also have chinese and they'll be like. Oh yeah you know. There's this joke and then vice versa. Like i never have thought there as and people necessarily looked at me. Like i was asian either even though my last name is e just.

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"angela yee" Discussed on Asian Enough

Asian Enough

07:21 min | 11 months ago

"angela yee" Discussed on Asian Enough

"Asian enough. Here's our conversation with the media. Personality and entrepreneur angelo ye. Thanks for joining us angela. Thank you thank you tracy. I've no these are like sometimes difficult topics to disguise. I the platform that we have to talk about. Especially right now. Is something that i've been having to think about a lot. We're super excited to just to start like the breakfast club. It's a radio show new york that's become incredibly popular is so fast that even myself like i grew up and i live in california. Even i know about it so i guess just to start off. My question is why radio. Can you walk us through your journey and how you got started well. Radio was never something that i pursued. I was working in marketing. And i was working for m. and m's clothing line and so eminem was starting his own radio station on. Sirius caused shea forty five and so i approached them about doing marketing serious. If they could possibly plug me in To be able to get a job in that department and there was an opening on the morning show that they had just started they were looking for a woman as a co host. And so i was able to audition and get that opportunity. So that's how radio even started from. And i think that you know once you started doing something like that. It does become very addictive. So i started off as a complete like less than amateur and then i think doing something like that every single day. You'll get better at it and so it was just really like being in morning. radio bootcamp. yeah and you mentioned they were looking for women specifically. I mean growing up in new york. I'm from ozone park queens. Originally and like the only station. I would listen to was power. One zero five one f for those of you know. That's where the breakfast club airs And you know it's parwana five one even if you're a host on there and you're not on a nationally syndicated nationally recognized show. It's a huge deal right. It's a big part of new york culture. It's a big part of new york rap and hip hop which is obviously as foundational for the rap hip-hop industry broadly and so hearing a woman's voice is is pretty rare on stations I mean radio stations generally but also just in hip hop and rap. Why are they looking for a woman in particular and can you tell us how you found your voice sort of in this space of like majority male voices to be honest when i say forty five. There was no other women on the whole entire station. And so i think for morning radio. They wanted a different perspective because it was all guys in the room. I also feel like people get women as like the psychic and not necessarily the main house. So they're okay with putting you in that position but it's hard to have a show. That's so important like a morning. Show is really the anchor of station and to not have a woman's voice on there because where's that representation and so while i think at first people look at you as a main house. They wanna have a woman's perspective but it's a weird balance because they wanna give you a voice but not too much of a voice reading able to fight against. What was that like early on because the station was brand new. Really great time to make your own way. The way that i am whenever i do something i'm all in and so once i started doing it i was early. I was working late every day. Coming up with segment ideas. I ended up getting my own nighttime show on the station so once you put me in. I'm going to do everything that i can possibly do. So that's what basically happened. Is i just works. Ohio outworked. Everybody and i think as a woman. You also feel like you have to do that. You have to be the one. That's the most prepared you have to be the one that is showing up on time and making sure that you're the most professional one and i just feel like i was in that position. I was the one that was doing the stories every day they handle. This is your position. You're going to be the one that's gonna know everything. And then the other host is just going to weigh in so it gives you a lot more of their responsibilities. And i feel like while you might feel. It's not fair. It also is a way for me to get better at what i do. I think it's great to be the person in the room that really the most about what's going on. I'm curious i think especially about like the learning curve is this. Podcast is my first entry into anything audio so like what was the learning curve for you when you got started and you know definitely confident and great at it. Now if i ever listened to my first show. And i still have it somewhere. S awful part of it is being able to listen to yourself in critique yourself and get better and while it's a hard thing to do and i was cringing every single time i would listen. I definitely did it so that i can understand even the inflections in my own words that i use crutch words just how to express myself better and it helped me a lot to be able to do that. Another thing. that helped me was to not write everything down but have bullet points. And so i do all my own research and i have everything there but i never wanna just be reading. 'cause when you read it does sound like you're reading and so it's just certain things that i had to learn as i progress because i was so nervous at first when i started that i wouldn't go out. I wouldn't do anything but go to work. And then go home and i will have a packet of one hundred pages worth of information that i was going through all the time because i just wanted to make sure that i was overly prepared. There was a tech's talk of yours that i watched and you were talking about like when you first got into radio you had no experience and people were like oh she must have slept with someone and that's how she got that job and they were jealous. I mean that's like what's the us right but it's also like a really unique thing for women where it's like you're sexualize near accomplishments are sexualizing. Can you talk us through a little bit. About how much of that did you face early on in your career. I that all the time. And especially when i first started doing radio. There're people i thought. I was friends with and i would learn. They don't want it. They had the worst things to say about me. Oh she got that job. She definitely separate somebody even one of my managers at work. He didn't know me and he told me. When i first started that he thought she definitely somebody to get this job and to me. It was like if i was a guy. You would never have thought that he was just okay. There giving this garland opportunity because there were other people there that had never worked in radio before too. But i was just the only woman and i was offended and i said that is the worst thing that far woman. You already have other women saying that about you and then you have men assuming that you've got this opportunity not because he deserves it not because of the relationships that you've worked so hard to build over the years but because you start with somebody who it was. I was supposedly having to have separate. But that's interesting. That rumors can really get started that damaged somebody's reputation for no reason. Oh wow like. I said i grew up in queens. And that's such a foundational part of. Ym there obviously our culture enclaves throughout brooklyn queens but my block in particular was extremely diverse. Like the kids. I grew up playing basketball with where. Filipino guyanese dominican puerto rican brazilian. I'm half black half filipino. And so i think being immersed in so many different culture so early on in my life like really opened my eyes to different ways of living different languages and i think most importantly these different voices that are really just not represented in media in news. And that's why. I think. I am a journalist and so i guess my question to you is you grew up in five How has that shaped who you are. How you think of yourself in the world at sort.

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Interview With Angela Yee of the Breakfast Club Radio Show

Asian Enough

01:22 min | 11 months ago

Interview With Angela Yee of the Breakfast Club Radio Show

"Thanks for joining us angela. Thank you thank you tracy. I've no these are like sometimes difficult topics to disguise. I the platform that we have to talk about. Especially right now. Is something that i've been having to think about a lot. We're super excited to just to start like the breakfast club. It's a radio show new york that's become incredibly popular is so fast that even myself like i grew up and i live in california. Even i know about it so i guess just to start off. My question is why radio. Can you walk us through your journey and how you got started well. Radio was never something that i pursued. I was working in marketing. And i was working for m. and m's clothing line and so eminem was starting his own radio station on. Sirius caused shea forty five and so i approached them about doing marketing serious. If they could possibly plug me in To be able to get a job in that department and there was an opening on the morning show that they had just started they were looking for a woman as a co host. And so i was able to audition and get that opportunity. So that's how radio even started from. And i think that you know once you started doing something like that. It does become very addictive. So i started off as a complete like less than amateur and then i think doing something like that every single day. You'll get better at it and so it was just really like being in morning. radio bootcamp.

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"angela yee" Discussed on Asian Enough

Asian Enough

03:01 min | 11 months ago

"angela yee" Discussed on Asian Enough

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"angela yee" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"angela yee" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Angela Yee is weekend with the breakfast club. And that was the number 16 sound. That's K camp. What's on your mind? Now, let's get into that number 15 song. It is With hit different on weekends with the breakfast club. It was coming along with me. I like the way is your face. But I can't name and I can be myself. Don't be Still it is morning that keep me going, Julius to meet women. That was my man way You chose to stay with nanny waiting in your legs like when you pull up, wouldn't it? Okay. This is sitting here listening to weekends with the breakfast regally. But I can't let him know we put a screen in the wings. Little.

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"angela yee" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"angela yee" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Angela Yee Shall I mean the guy? We are the breakfast club? It's time for Ask Hee. Hello? Who's this in Detroit? A see What your question for you so Horrible friend. My best friend got married some guy and the guy. She got married to turned into my best. So I'm kind of like root for both of them now and Every time they got an issue Now they want to come to me. And so they got a kid together and is getting like, really talk is getting really bad. And you know, one minute together that makes men they're not issues back, walking back alone, right? So the guy who like I said, it's my best right now. He wants to leave. And then he wants to say, and he was always giving him advice. He never takes my advice. So my question for you is what do I do? As the friend and my supposed Teo, like, just continue listening and given advise or Shut out some legit just cut them both All I have a similar situation, and what I had to learn to do was my my business when it comes to their relationship, because I don't want to be in the middle of it, especially where couples that keep on breaking up and getting back together, breaking up and getting back together. You just kind of have to mind your business. And so what I would do is tell both of them. Look, I don't want to be in the middle of whatever you have going on. Don't ask me questions about what the other person is doing. I don't even want to know what you're doing. I just want us to be friends, and I don't want to be in the mist of your relations. And drama. And would that make me a bad friend does know it wouldn't It would make you a fair person because it's not fair to you, like you got to think about yourself. First of all, if they keep on breaking up and getting back together, you're gonna end up in the middle of it. If you try to give advice, and then they're using you, Lego. Well, he told me this and he told me that if you know things that the person doesn't know, And then now they're asking you for information. It's just not a fair situation for you to be in the middle of poker. You could be someone's friend on other things, but when it comes to their, especially because this is ongoing thing I could see if it was like one time they had issue you help them talk to it. But if this is like all the time back and forth back and forth as too much, you're right. I appreciate it. Thank you so much. All right. No problem. All right, ask G 805 851051 if you need relationship advice that he now was the breakfast club. Good morning. He was thrilled to see doubt whether you want to go. Favor. I just needed to do to card. I can't go along with automatic weapons on the global came over my dad. One who nobody co put music.

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"angela yee" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"angela yee" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Angela Yee Shall I mean the guy? We are the breakfast club? It's tougher. Ask ye Hello. Who is this boy? Donald? Donna was so what's the question for you, bro? Yeah. Um, I build my girl for about five years now, man and I've been struggling with romance like you want me to be a little bit more romantic. And like, that ain't really up my Ali. So like, oh, my gosh Clue how to do that. You know, like I didn't need a little point, you know? Tell me some things that you've done. That's been romantic. I mean, like the day I think about you know, I take a few days. We don't went out to eat stuff like that, Like, you know, movie days. Jen today how that took on a picnic. You know, I mean things I said I like they'll really be nice extra light, and I can understand because I'll really be filling it either. You know, I mean, like Now. Really? No lower, so, lover boy stuff that I really had No girl that I felt like this about like, you know, so it isn't for me so You know what you feel like doing, Donald? So I'll tell you this romance is all about the planning to write is really important to us to see that you put in some effort and plan to do something. So that means not just being like, Hey, let's go to the movies tonight, but maybe there's some those special surprises along the way that we know it's a cue some time to plan that means you had to go out in advance and Get this and get these things. So you know, I think that's important. What are some things that she really enjoys and legs? That means you're paying attention to her. You're paying attentions Who? Her taste You're paying attention to what she's saying. Maybe there's something that she saw. She's I gotta ask. You are like that. And then you manage to get it for her or do something along those lines. What's your favorite television show? What's her favorite song? Maybe you could put together a playlist of her favorite songs. And make dinner at home. Or maybe you go on a picnic and you bring a little speaker and you have a playlist put together of songs that remind you of each other, and then you sit there and you have her favorite wine and things that she loves and dessert that you know she likes because you called her mom or her best friend to ask. His things like that. Okay, Okay. I could see that. I could see that. I could definitely, Charlie, dear. It's all in the details. Yeah, TV telling me like, you know, Alli o You gotta be more romantic like that, Like, you know, you hurt me to hear that because I know I'll be flipping And I'd be like trying to think out of the bus. But if I don't really know what things like heavy really have us of struggles with that, But I was definitely get where best friend and her mom and like you said some things I can do. I appreciate that advice. They know her better than anybody, you know, and Just as well as you do, so I'm sure they could give you some insight on. Maybe there's a restaurant that her mom used to take her to. And you knows to celebrate things when she was growing up, and she can tell you Oh, my God. She loves this, And she'll be surprised You won't even know how you knew it. And that means you went and asked my mom what my favorite deserted like that's cute. You know, That means you care. That means you're planning. So you just have to do little things like that. Definitely okay. I appreciate them. I really do. Well, good luck, and I'm glad to see you put in the effort. I think that you'll really enjoy it. And you see how how much it pays off. When she appreciates it. I appreciate that. My every road leads to big bro and I will be safe there. Okay, you too. Take your wife asking. 805 851051 If you need relationship advice, He'ii Now was the breakfast club. Good morning. Good cousin. Alcohol.

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"angela yee" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

07:23 min | 2 years ago

"angela yee" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Angela yee Charlamagne the god we are the breakfast club we still have quest love on the four lines right now ET yeah because I have I want to ask you about your last book creative quest when's the last time that you felt like you were paralyzed by sending because it struck a chord in you so as so much like you said Jack did raise the chronic J. Dilla but when's the last time you felt that paralysis actually when when J. Dilla died outside traditional we stopped making beats if you will like I mean I knew how to create music and I still produce like for the roots and I would you like an occasional you know at a record for like and I don't mind but we deal with diet like I stopped making birds ducks and all together to show the the very first thing that I did during this whole stay at home on the street crap that we're on right now is I taught myself how to use you know programs on my computer so you know every day I've been practicing for two hours just make it so who knows maybe I can jump into that it's that simple and Swizz Beatz battle have you seen it what have you enjoyed eloquence it would you think those battles the Swiss boy boy one the the battle with the dream was that to me was the remark that was more entertaining but yeah right the joint before you know when you jump into the battle there's a lot of drums on them so that they could take you out quest three out of it you know I don't participate nothing unless I get really get my ten thousand dollars in thousand dollars equals genius I still got more practices do right now I'm I'm I'm down for anything I don't I don't have any fear when it comes to just even like okay let's I'll object L. Saddam learn from who do you want to see in about who who would be your dream better that's all yesterday people were saying Kanye west in Quincy Jones I think that's a little bit disrespectful I don't think we'll see Jones is on one now exactly I think which is on a whole nother level like you shouldn't even if there should be no challenges the Quincy what would you like to see we we we we are in a society where people are trying to troll people so I don't know I mean it I hope also operator consequences I mean he's silent we're not your problem so besides being a family man and a father and a nose bleed he still trying to make his skills she's still you know I pray that's what do you do with this time so who would who would you want to trade bad I would actually you know what I would actually like to see I would like to see for well so I'm trying to figure out like who do I eat quite or else you I maybe so I got to like how the creators will be with you for stuff like this you like in their creative mode because files are kept but besides G. Dylan the maybe three miles further we kept that I know that actually treats his creativity like it's like it's a job like throw gets up at six in the morning and is already working at seven AM most musicians like that work at night thing but well like he's won the catch of light will be up at seven in the morning already working so right I'm not buying it you know another hustle did you got because love that that business is booming right now to podcast business yeah yeah yeah so now you know I got lucky because my narrative for Questlove supreme one IR radio which you know is more is more of like I guess you could say like my version of of an actor's studio where did you get the desired out and examine people's creativity like coming it's more about the engine of the car than about the actual destination so you know much about gotcha questions or anything about that and I want to know like how many takes it took you to do this particular song or that sort of thing so yeah I mean I got a close look at three have you seen me now actually is we we had Johnny gill Oren a few episodes ago and I was trying to be diplomatic but lady blossom smoke to Brian McKnight like the last we are expected what is going to be for you well my goodness we appreciate you checking in quest yes and that's that's the one that checked in with you so that was amazing when you would do an STV wonder as upset that I'm still flabbergasted that yeah like the fact that he was leaving soon and then others that's amazing to me that you know that the fact that people are tuning that I'm telling you this is the new reality I know that it's hard to fathom so we got the package do you want to call do my DJ sets it was the best thing that ever happens I'm waiting for Stevie to troll everybody on Instagram when you indie Naisarani just pull it just post I see you I see you quite slow I see you be nice I G. level you lose that that you wanted to really see I thank you but we know what I'm beyond the job that he's physically blind but I think he sees better than the rest of us you know what one time I had a conversation with him when he was born our sales potential and so when I brought in like these two scalding hot Starbucks she among the people and the way he was navigating it like the cheese right on the corner of the table in the form twenty I thought there was a little bit and I want to like reach out I can I can he could feel it what he background I know what I'm doing now and I was like you know he's a brother showed up since you got your right there also one of the one of the nice coming back or is it is it me or when you're going back I mean we're doing research we're actively doing stuff at home I think either today or tomorrow we're going to interview the Beastie Boys warrant for their new movie that they have on apples but there's documentary but now it's it's it's almost business as usual we're just trying to figure out like how are you costly reached back into it what we need to run a check on our youth editing a movie yeah I'm doing a film called black Woodstock which is essentially about discounted that happened three weeks before Woodstock which Stevie Wonder and like forty other powerhouse acts all right well thank you for checking in question we appreciate you to get your DJ says people don't know how hard it is to DJ that long it really in front of no active crowd but should you let you do it yeah how does the jury thank you appreciate your your service thank you and stay safe for all stay safe these quest quest love I is the breakfast club good morning.

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"angela yee" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"angela yee" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"James right here with DJ envy Angela yee and Charlamagne the god IBM we me watch in my head you down with them but almost three do open screen maybe his pain away these rainy days let's get rid of but the chances right now my granny I understand you want to chancel was but I can't thank you SO snake that a key for I was in a then because there's a problem we me in minutes Hey it's Angela yee haw the number one doctor recommended so I do realize it in the U. S. knows when you have a sore throat it's hard to speak you know what else is hard to say because I think the soundings caustic based icon to choose one of their tongue twisters then head to your exact taxes go up your skills past taxi because.

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Interview With Boxer, Clarissa Shields

Glenn Beck

07:17 min | 2 years ago

Interview With Boxer, Clarissa Shields

"Everybody is the envy Angela yee Charlamagne Megat we all the breakfast club we got a special guest in about this right Clarissa sales she's a boxer she's a junior middleweight boxing champion should not just the boxes she the fastest fighter in history male or female to win votes in three weight classes right along yes free walking with two bell today I had not but I want to carry all of them up here it burns a bird yeah well let the let the burns no like they're heavy all got you got like there you wait you know I mean I know you from limitless Michigan that's right you dye your hair blue before the face to represent the flint yep the other what across the water crisis how did you get in the box my dad's love okay my dad used to be like underground Street Fighter type of boxing and then rose St predator buses a box on the streets money yep backyards tunnels where we used by set in a secon cannonball so grown up when I get in fights on people used to be I guess came in water and I was like who the heck is can my dad was in prisons allows to me so I was nine so I got a boxing he told me that he loved by because all I really just box for him in the end once I started I realized that I really love fighting in the pocket fight in boxing in not go to jail that's something I want to do so that was the seed that started the boxing career you basically yeah he must've been excited I know what my dad the cake man like my first batch the magic came so I started backing out of the living he came when I was like thirteen right I'm giving advice he's ago named Chloe Kimsey is he walks up to me and she was like I'm gonna like stop you in any like knock you out right in my face got so ray and I just was like Hey my dad's like baby are right I was like I'm not gonna get juries so when I got dressed and I beat this grow up when I finished watching my dad was crying he he just was like baby the best damn box at every single yeah so they're also doing a movie on your life story yeah which is going to be great Ryan destiny's playing your cancer clammy as you come to Terry right yes he's going to try okay so how did this movie come about was this your idea did they pitch it to you so I had to have a documentary T. rex the rex that they followed me from the age of sixteen so about twenty and they follow me to the Olympics and said world championships and just everywhere I went school whatever and from there I guess that you I thought universe is seen the documentary thing documentary and they wanted to make real movie out of it well make mine was real but but they want to redo it I feel like you have taken the trauma of growing up and falling edges channel that energy into the ring is that the case I can't say that I've learned how to use my anger in a positive way but I'm not angry about what happened to me in the past whatever happened happened and the guy told me that I had a better future so it's kind of badges the leave it back there in a look for but he always tell me your my Twinn I live in for I got I know the plans I have for you plans for you to prosper have a better future so that's how I always look at it you see you said all the kids would pick on you growing up yeah what would they do what they say well growing up I was really skinny and my nose is big and I had really proof here and I stutter soccer really talk that will so I kind of got picked on for all those things that we have to start putting healing hands on people that are yeah I got to my first fight probably about like they're great in there for their nose I lost I mean now I want every fight that I've ever been in industry do you really have to register your hands when you boxes yeah you do have weapons there is a license okay so when you when you when when was that back then I recently was still in the in the amateur you have the a pad looks really show that your box you got to but he gets more serious when you light like when you turn pro now you have like these registered legal hands in your hand their weapons you can never let go to jail for like even smack in somebody wow do you know you're fighting next I don't know where we'll smoke smoke on care so you say one time that you took offense the Lee lollies comments was you the on the breakfast club because you said that day if you were to come out of retirement there weren't any good women of women to challenge her and we went back in the ring just just just before in money right Layla and do training US they train them god you got yeah I got I got a little baby six pack right now but the the you know I don't I don't think there's anyone there for me right now they would actually give me a good challenge and uses spoke with I mean have you seen I think she's because me at the espys that's cool but my thing is I'm never had me till that day I've never disrespected lay loudly when you like comstar boxing even dot com myself to graze woman of all time I've never say like Ole loudly can't mocks I'll always give her to respect like she pave the way even though she didn't continue to keep the fire alive she did pave the way she started it there were people like women's boxing exist because Muhammad Ali daughter boxes right and so when I heard her say that I'm like so she's then I'll not a boxer soon I got into the Olympics twice you know and then I remember also to when she was commentator for the two thousand twelve or sixteen Olympics if you just say like if they would have the Olympics when I was coming up I would a warning and I was like who knows you know but like don't be selfish is okay to pass the torch your read your retire now and I'll give you your respect if you give me mine but yet here I feel like there's no woman I can give her a challenge and we fight the same weight it was just like if you come out of retirement I smoke you in a was more like to let you know I don't disrespect me in I wonder suspect you in and that's why when with the but don't want to fight a forty one or forty year old a lot lately no I want to actually heard embrace me I embrace her and we bill women's boxes had a place where it's supposed to be at her not to talk to the S. he's gone away and I would do it we all like to stand by each other John that's how she found me why did you speak forces now and I'm not I'm not I'm not going to be very vivid light because I you know like she doesn't she doesn't show me any kind of support like I see your audit time comment on these other boxer girl page a Katie Taylor and always tell her can great and everything but the only it's like she don't show any kind of respect or a knowledge me and I'm a let grow just like she is want to watch you wouldn't know like what did you say somebody back in the day I just think that in boxes she feel like she never got a fair share off like you never got to the part to the point where she wanted to get soon nobody recognize a lolly but they always try to say like she only was big because her dad in it only give her props are skills I'm not one of those people I think that she fought who she fought if she had to win if you would have been a loser they would say mom Ali daughter boxes but she loses but she what Ali's daughter and she wants she's undefeated thank you for that respect it would be nice to get some support yeah if you wanted to but even keep going I'm doing yeah they give very it it's in when you came out the the Beyonce

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"angela yee" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"angela yee" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Angela yee and Charlamagne the guy at the breakfast club he many this that is one no you're not from like okay I'm good at the time that might sound it's already way modify thank this is the brain we want to hear from you hello this jasmine right subject to get off your chest the morning all the morning pretty great morning I love you guys of course the other day about Sam yes I am yeah online of course trying to support somebody told me okay you know I'm gonna promo for that part thank you know you guys you know full court you know give a couple airplane ticket you know and of course it wasn't damn I tried to reach out to the parking because they are in the current payment of course their response was they got into but what happens is sometimes before you start telling people you know so what was it tell us so we don't just can't well in the name but it would be it would be paying you know county or whatever no no no okay I heard this game before I think somebody got with this one day yes so he was like okay you know reach out to this lady you know show did you think it's because I was so they get for birthday parties of course one five you know reach out to the lady from the money from her I reached out to the Instagram famous person there were like all it's the older lady as live there the age on gaming and that would end up.

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"angela yee" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"angela yee" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Angela yee Charlamagne the guy we are the breakfast club we got a special guest about it yes indeed the fall you got it Maurice illegitimate thank you very much want to train of the day with that really you mark they took a picture you know then it went viral yeah it's unbelievable I really want to drink I go on the train I went to the Barclay center to see the nets and the pelicans play okay and so I'm coming home by myself by yourself or injury yeah okay and somebody snapped the pic and the next thing I know they put it on Facebook or something went viral yeah I don't know if you act like million is can't ride the train first of all I live on the Upper West Side I want to go to the Barclay center I can take them to be all the way there it's like twenty five minutes twenty five minutes yeah I'm gonna because everything was alluded to the lease al forty really yes it's unbelievable you got a you know it got across bridges or tunnels I mean come on and so what you're by yourself yeah no security nothing I don't do that okay by the way on the show free to somebody who wasn't the five is going to see you I want to tell you something I'm on television every single day all over the country just like you all over the country if I go twenty five thirty minutes on a train and nobody recognizes me I'm in trouble they recognize you that right yeah yeah yeah somebody went you know take a pic I don't I didn't know they were taken it and then there are a lot of self fees and stuff yeah yeah sometimes you have to go out in order to feel good about more you still need validation from people hi Charmaine don't we all I would hope have.

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"angela yee" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"angela yee" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Is a ball lands on rock would DJ envy Angela yee and Charlamagne the guy this that is one no you're not from like thank you just the Supreme morning everybody is.

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Angela Yee discusses experiencing breakups

Angela Yee's Lip Service

11:54 min | 2 years ago

Angela Yee discusses experiencing breakups

"What's up what's up. It's absurd. We're going to have a fun time chatting today Angela. I'm Judy McGuire. I'm Stephanie Santiago Seattle. Hi My name's T- literally he's USA notable so you guys are here for Fashion Week. Yes pretty much you jason hanging out with the Anna Nicole show last week. I said I'm going to fashion. We just to see Riyan on. I've been here for a week. I'm exhausted and I copy last night. She knew who you were and everything. Just give you a hug. She was happy to see you. Yeah you know. Most people aren't it was felt. Good for aw shit is crazy. How dowd inches on every like she. She knew me so it was it was a good conversation and a tee for you. You also worked during New York Fashion Week. Yeah I did so. What was that experience like well. That was pretty cool because I've always wanted to do it the fact that I finally was able to and I'm like only five to I was like okay okay. Yes it's getting disrespectful. I right you're looking good. I saw a gag your congratulations in twelve or eleven yeah. T- walked in I mean we're we're also neighbors yeah yeah but she had like a fat ass and all the guys like. Oh my God like me. I'm working hard for my gay. Jokes walks in with everybody loves Raymond Jokes. The jokes are funny. Wrestle cord like whatever you know. Do you ever see anything strange happening. Jason's apartment since y'all are neighbors you you know a couple of floors we don't run into. We really don't run into each other like we run into. Each other in the lobby spread the pool sometimes but we're both like communion. The back door will no pun intended on C. You because I bring my different Jason Glennon DMC Romo's. That's letting is one of the guys that are are Bob. He's living his DMZ planning. Go respond in fact he'd left me on unread. You know you now you can read the non read. Some is cool. I did it as a joke to Charlemagne. I I I don't want him. What if he said was good dinner. Yes then dinner skip all that Shit. I mean dinners for you. I mean clearly. I'm trying the eat less dinner so you whenever you need to get the job all right. Now I WANNA get into something. 'cause today's topic is really about break-up etiquette right. One of us is going through a breakup me smiling. Did you break up with him or did he break up much okay. That's that's a and whether or not we want to admit it is breakup are difficult. They are and sometimes you'll be happy and then in a few months. You'd be sad women you know. I think men are more like that. I had lunch with two of my ex's. Let yesterday at the same time trying to catch everybody. We just have one lunch best best best friends when we were together since at eight when I was eighteen. We're we're the other one was my last ex. Who went to prison just got out and checked me last week. I was here over some bitchy for four or he'd been talking to performance and got the pussy so I had to check him but I couldn't do it individually because my schedule is is busy because the fashion week so I just consolidate consolidate and we just got all this pussy thing yeah so he has a chick. He's like Maliki Oba. He's straight explain that I mean you know. I'm a I'm a podcast. I talk about you know. I do like straight guys. Yeah prefer straight guys. Listen live straight straight date friend a close friend of mine who's gay you know my framework is and and he's the same way like he prefers like the straight guys. I've started performing because one they're never. GonNa tell my business right like I say to him. We could never be together because one of your bitch is going to run up on me and say something crazy and what happened allows here in the club some I rambling minute. Oh we have the same friend saying friend. She said his name like there was money. You get the fuck out here you eh boo straight is just for the sake of trying to sort out like the knicks who are in West Hollywood with the rainbow flags and like the negative who are indictment on the low say t right was messing with a guy and you realize that somebody that I also have is one of my side pieces. Would you tell her or is that something that you're like. Oh my relationship leisurewear him. I got into her. That's their relationship. My relationship with him is whatever we dug WANNA look. If I mess with somebody and then or you know I know that prices messing with one of my friends I would tell right so it's just a different layer when you don't WanNa also out the person. I think there's levels to write like if I was sleeping was find out that they were Melissa Ford's boyfriend caller by David exe dig good hilarious and that's the conversation I've had that conversation was like I didn't know you know but you saying you would tell her because she's your friend right because we're like really there. Aren't that close but realistically. I don't think I would want to know that like if like some of my guys they'll see you and the whole mash Spanish is lying. Fuck you live in my building. You know say you come up here and then go down there yeah so we're talking about break-up etiquette right so when you break up with somebody let's just say now. Yes single right to have a lot of friends over the course of ten years. You'll have accumulated similar friends news news well yeah. I don't really count count but okay 'cause I was his friend. I and that's how I actually know Digi but let's just say some friends of yours that you had they. We're your friends I are. They still allowed to cool him. Well good question. I would say depends on said friend. And how long we've I've been friends how close they can't become over the years and that thing like if it's a new furnace hasn't been around that long then no bitch while you around him like. Y'All oh not that close but if it's somebody that's been around for the duration of the ten eight nine seven year you know what I'm standing. It's a little different because most likely vacation with this person and they've been around him already without me for whatever reason whatever even so let's say he has a fight party at the house and he invites one of my friends. That was a long term friend that has become friends. Lehem Jason. I don't know because I just feel like you know. We'll see one thing about that guy is he's like the host with the most like like he's always throwing parties. He's always inviting everybody over. He's always like I've been Dan. We all know each other together. I know him through you and we you know each other through this and I would not feel comfortable going so party. I see that right. There is the answer because it all depends on your friends who run you like Ma friends friends which are very few like I know a lot of people and I make sure people know or whatever for work but when it comes like my personal life. I don't really deal with a lot of people so my friends friends with nationally just cut you off. I mean no like if I've seen them Ron. I'm like Oh. Hey you know what I'm saying. I'm not going to I'm not going at a party and on the other hands she I wouldn't think it would be so bad for as to go at the big party at his house. Exactly we're friends. We're all we're all three close. You know what I mean like mature also new Angela. You know her character. She Ain't trying to be close to him for any reason. That would be out of pocket. I just mind my the business is higher sometimes when you're friends with each other and you like. I don't WanNa know nothing. Don't do nothing in front of me and he can't even trust me because I'll be there like a spy. I don't really care I have our break up all the time or st new no but on this time nobody believes that I'm done because we were just broken up a year ago here. We are a year later in long as you guys have been broken apfel seventeen months long time that was the last break up and then it's been you are when y'all read books and when you aww drive cars y'all dry forward. Why do y'all go on reverse. I never understood when I break up to get where you know you get. You know you valet take over. I just don't believe that life those in reverse. Even if we break up for like a weekend is over come I now now we can never broken up and then got back together. It's just a clear set. We start from the beginning. Don't lie don't cheat. Don't still which Knicks do if you I don't like about it won't mean this way. I'm definitely over it. I moved moved here to New York for our relationship six years ago and now that it's over. I'm moving back to Georgia and you know that's part of me moving on battling oh no because now you're you're literally putting all the power in him. I'm not happy with him so I don't in our young fly. You're in the city if Wendy Williams confined love right now right. I don't WanNa live here. I would rather live in Atlanta now. Why would you save Wendy Williams menial. She was married for twenty five years. That was not that I'm running. Listen when we broke up the very first time I have been here for two years. I would have moved back to Atlanta then but lip-service hedges is kind of taken off so I stayed for this but now we're at a point where I'm able to fly in for the show. I'll still be able to be here for still coming visiting in the show my whole my whole entire families in Philly. I have a house there so you know I'll be able to come. There visit my family. You Know Oh hang out with my girls while I'm in town. Come Service see what about you. When it comes to break up are you do you go in reverse ever? I mean I have but I've been up that NIGGA. Nigga thought it was funny because I was like what was your question is like how to break up with the etiquette like I the I told someone unlike I'm chilling like it's cool and he was like well. At least you broke up with me maturity and I was. I didn't even know we were together. Sometimes you're in a relationship and don't know I didn't even no. I was with him but I did it right right. I definitely don't reverse anymore. Now you know so. I guess I guess so. I'm so confused about relationships now. I didn't know I was in one for three months. I tell you this is like a reality. Show 'cause she. He lives on the fifth floor lived on the fourth floor on a search for a chain. They moved into the because he lived there. I was like it'll be cute because it'll be like our mansion like olive downstairs and we just run this joining uh-huh together and it was so good you break up and so we broke up now we'd be like why you need to live in the same building with somebody. You know what when you are doing business with somebody like and you're in a relationship and you're like okay. Let's start this business together Hi thing to do to my last ex Mattel you how how I ended the relationship so I started feeling like we're we're. We're well. I got to a point where I felt enough. They were at a point where they just couldn't fall in love with anybody. You know they were very selfish not in a negative way but just not really emotional burs so when they were laying in bed.

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"angela yee" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"angela yee" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"It's the breakfast club. Angela yee and Charlamagne. back in a minute. yeah I just on my own. I go I won't. if you want. yes the the fact. the to come by me and you know. thanks a lot. just one of them but not a house that Bobbi win. I don't know. don't go into. so you are positive. the more knowledge you got in the mail. well the funny punishment to. and I'm broken set up about a minute to make money you can't get a. I got I got a lot of reasons. no stop and I don't like to argue. you see me with that because I'm going to stop okay I'll buy the lights but I you. he just put it on this please. back in a minute. yeah I just on my own. I go I won't. if you want. yes the yeah I just handed in the mall. I go I won't. if you want.

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"angela yee" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"angela yee" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"D. V. A. Angela yee Charlamagne the guy we are the breakfast club now if you just joined as he has a goddaughter in town and has a little bit of a problem yeah I mean he actually lives in New York now because she's about to start college in September and the problem is he's working at the Jews by she's in a nice young lady but she's young and these older men keep on her Ratzinger manages pi and she's not even the one that told me about it at first it was actually someone else at the Jews by the tell me because I think she didn't want me to be concerned so I had to step in yes asking eight hundred five a five one oh five one what should he tell her guide to what I I mean I came out when I got you know I've got a disease or something like that or I'm just got these clips later on by the way I know I I means I got crabs I mean it would be all type of disease I had that makes somebody had not even want to touch me a until a guy said yeah me too then you know that he's gonna run event that crab meat that occur as me Jessa good morning how you doing I'm feeling good and now how do you handle it with these guys a harassing you tell me to tell you that the call me and give me warm and I swear that's what I you need more like grown hi guys that's a good way I don't want your worms all right thank you mama legal wantonly how you doing how are you now what should he tell her god daughter to do that he's purrs increase to come in there it was you tell them how they regarded are you the all clear I said that too I said you get low pepper spray or you get it you know I'm also concerned about her being in the juice bar and working there so I don't want people to know what they can find her I don't want them to get aggressive and I don't want to turn into something yeah right Hey all right what you gotta do textured battle Gooden is where are you from Lee goodness gracious it and now you said is pepper spray a taser gun a bad a blue and I got to shoot some fourteen well I know what is right like how you even think like that you know what and so it it if you've got kids and a lot is not the same day but you know just just check bit DM's every once in awhile because I replied to a lot of people the medicines DM's every once in awhile be a bunch of old guys and they try to have a look and act and I holler back what's up yeah somebody then you as you they'd be hollering was up you know you find you Q. yo can we get up no we can't get up no not at all and I reply to everybody in the lead knows me very many cute that you like shut up with more of the story the moral of the story is if somebody is clearly not interested in you then just leave them alone alright so for you guys that's trying to intimidate women stop harassing women step thinking that you can talk us into something if someone says no thanks I'm not interested leave it alone have a blessed day and you know your man is very lucky whatever it is you have to say and keep it movin be a gentleman are all of you see that ring worms a crab not doubt the ghost of John how that unite nobody the highland somebody with crab just say you got crabs or may of flesh eating disease they not mess which two of them I really have worms I don't know password anyway when we come back instead of what we talk about rumors let's talk about southside viruses Kodak black widely trying to tell us outside that he is banned from Broward county would tell you how he responded all right we'll get into that next he blocked at.

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"angela yee" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"angela yee" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"The J envy, Angela Yee, Charlemagne guy. We are the breakfast club. You got a positive note. Yes. I do. Man. I just want to tell everybody it is meant to help awareness month. And I want everybody to be very aware of their mental health. I want them to invest in them into wealth, and I want anybody out there, that's going through something to know you will emerge from this nightmare like the powerful beautiful resilient person that you are. It can be hard to remember when you feel like a shell of the person, you were, but trust me, you are capable of, overcoming so much more than you think we can't code breathless club. Young. Said. Just. Kenny now resume to a better with a mega wins out of a meditative matter may not win again. Always on your mind. I've never I've land on mine in limit. When I might show my ground gonna win it at the right right now. So even now. Guess me. Thing again team Davidge carrot in some.

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