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"phylicia rashad" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:48 min | 11 months ago

"phylicia rashad" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Your news about your money with Bloomberg. And we have Denise Pellegrini as the economy recovers from the pandemic demand to get around his rising and that is putting pressure on uber and lift to recruit more drivers. You know what I'm talking about. If you tried to get a ride share lately, and the companies are starting to offer some long term incentives for drivers. The Wall Street Journal says they're considering education assistance guests on insurance discounts. And helping drivers buy new cars. As GM drives toward an electric future. It's making a multi million dollar investment in a lithium project in Imperial California. It'll give GM easier access to the middle, which is crucial to electric vehicle manufacturing, and Lordstown Motors is in federal prosecutors, headlights, the Justice Department Reportedly joining the SEC in looking into the electric truck start up. The SEC has sought information on Lord's Tom's moved last year to go public and its representations regarding pre orders. The company says it's committed to cooperating. In East Pellegrini Bloomberg Radio. All right. The owner of a container ship that blocked Egypt's Suez Canal for nearly a week has reached an agreement with officials. The formal solution was agreed upon by the stand of London, the attorneys for the ship's owner and insurers, but the details kept under wraps. The ship will be released from holding this Wednesday after authorities took it while a deal was being worked on. The canal Authority initially wanted more than $900 million in damages after the ship got stuck. Two Chinese astronauts have completed the first spacewalk outside the country's new orbital station. The astronauts set up cameras and other equipment using a robotic arm. Chinese state media reports. The walk lasted seven hours. It's China's second spacewalk. The first was in 2000 and eight I'm Cameron Fairchild. The U. S government report released last month on UFOs, or, as they're called, now, unidentified aerial phenomena drew few conclusions and highlighted the need for better collection data. Congressman Andre Carson, Democrat from Indiana, explains a curious element of the findings while speaking on CBS has faced the nation. But what is curious Is that many of these silence have occurred around many of our military assets are naval bases are military installations? Mm, Pentagon revealing of the more than 140 incidents investigated by the government. Many just simply can't be explained. Meeting Bill Cosby throwing his support behind his former costar Phylicia Rashad after she got backlash for celebrating his release from prison. So she tweeted a photo of Cosby following his release, saying, finally But has since deleted it and apologized for being insensitive toward sexual assault survivors. Cosby issued a statement to CNN Sunday saying he wasn't released on a technicality. He was released because his rights were violated. He ended the statement by saying, We the people stand in support of Miss Felicia Rashad. Cosby was released Wednesday after serving two years of a 3 to 10 year sentence for sexual assault conviction. That would kill me. Get on the makes us stronger. I need you. I can't wait much longer. I know Kanye West's is going to make a lot of money working with gap. According to CNBC, the partnership will bring in about $990 million in sales. In 2022. Did you hear that whore here? $990 million.

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"phylicia rashad" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:12 min | 11 months ago

"phylicia rashad" Discussed on WTVN

"Dangerous efforts Continue. ABC is Julia McFarland. Dozens of migrants have drowned after their boat sank off Tunisia in the Mediterranean Sea. According to the Tunisian Red Crescent. More than 80 were rescued by the Navy migrants were trying to reach Europe from Libya, warning that every act of violence by Hamas, the extremist group that runs Gaza will be met by a strong response. Israel's new prime minister, Naftali Bennett, now this Israeli fighter jets bombed, abandoned Hamas targets Saturday for a second day in a row after explosives were flown over the border. But despite this Violence. Egypt is continuing to mediate talks on a long term ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, ABC. Jordana Miller in Jerusalem as Pope Francis recovers at a Rome hospital from surgery today for an intestinal issue, the Vatican press office issuing a statement saying In September, the Holy father will travel to Budapest, Hungary, for the conclusion of the 52nd International Eucharistic Congress and in Slovakia for pastoral visit to multiple cities. ABC is Derek Dennis about face actress Phylicia Rashad Apollo Disguising for cheering the overturning of Bill Cosby's sexual assault conviction. The apology reportedly comes in a letter obtained by CNN written to students of Howard University, where she is the dean of the schools. College of Fine Arts. The actress played Cosby's wife on his sitcom in the 1980. ABC is Dave Packer. Fireworks returning to New Orleans on Independence Day. Thanks to the actor Will Smith. Paying the $100,000 tab. This is ABC News. The pandemics taught us anything. It's that the easiest way for germs to get into your body is the nose. Nevada's uses powered suction to flush out allergens, mucus and germs that cause congestion, colds and flu so you can breathe better sleep deeper, snore less and feel healthier. Experienced Nevada that zero risk gonna lavage dot com Bine Davidge and use it for a month. If you're not delighted, Return it for a full refund. There's nothing to lose and a lifetime of better breathing to gain knave, Ege n a V A G E Chuck Sivertsen, ABC News Honey, What are you doing? Oh, you know, learning how to be a hibachi Chef. Why? Well, it was so easy to get an auto loan from Navy Federal Credit Union. I needed something more challenging. Heads up. Do not throw that tripped me.

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Phylicia Rashad Sparks Backlash for Defending Bill Cosby’s Prison Release

KTLA Morning News

00:31 sec | 11 months ago

Phylicia Rashad Sparks Backlash for Defending Bill Cosby’s Prison Release

Critics Blast Phylicia Rashad After Her Support of Bill Cosby's Prison Release

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 11 months ago

Critics Blast Phylicia Rashad After Her Support of Bill Cosby's Prison Release

"The NET crew played bill Cosby's wife on TV is facing criticism for expressing public support for the comedians release from prison less than two months ago for the sure shot was named dean of the Howard University college of fine arts now some people want her dismissed the reason a tweet in response to the overturning of Bill Cosby sexual assault conviction she called that something that righted a terrible wrong and corrected a miscarriage of justice some people online complaining that were shot should not be defending a man accused of drugging and raping multiple women over decades the most extreme critics say were shot should be removed as dean change is unfit to hold a position in which you may have to address sexual assault allegations on campus we shop later tweeted again saying she supports victims of sexual assault Howard acknowledged her clarification and sent her first tweet lacked sensitivity about squirrels Gabriel

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"phylicia rashad" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:44 min | 11 months ago

"phylicia rashad" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"And Steve Patterson along with producer Don McLean. Hello, pulling double duty again today we thank you for it. No problem. It's going to be a great day It is. We call it the D Mac attack when she does double duty like that, Uh, the makers Um okay. So my fan club de massacres the Packers smackers. They go crazy. They line up for you at appearances. Yeah, shout out to my detractors. We haven't We all been two appearances where they're like, Hey, come out means, Steve. Batters it it'll be. And then it's one person that stands there and talks to you for two because they have no social skills. Yes, gosh. What? We love them. We love them, too. And then the whole time. We're just trying to convince the client that this is not a bust. Yeah, Don't worry. It's a weird time. It's like people are going away for vacation. So it's like it's the middle of the day. I did that once. I'll just say the name I did it with our buddy Richard from Pyramids to be she and I just started working at twin suicide. Maybe a year before. Um, And so I think it was New Year's Eve of 2014 into 2015. I think that's correct. Oh, really? I was there for a soup can collection thing for a food drive. That's nice, But it was New Year's Eve. As I recall, it was New Year's Eve. And it was the evening No. So Richard and I, I as I recall, if I'm remembering this all well, had some quality time together. We got to know each other. It was fun here. Had a good time, but the whole time I was like, Oh, man. Yeah, And I think he might have been thinking like, Oh, sorry that we had you out here on this kind of a day when we're not getting a lot of foot traffic, right? It happens What it happens. Speaking of foot traffic, Bill Cosby walked right out of jail yesterday. Oh, God, I just can't even Believe this no one there wasn't even a build up story to this. Like we might get out. This appeal was happening. Well, I knew they would appeal. Absolutely. But again in prison for three years or jail. Whatever. Nearly Yeah. No, he was in prison for sure. But the pen Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned his conviction. I mean, it's so this has got to be so awful for the victims, especially on the one woman, Andrea Constand. Who this trial was, you know all about, but there were like 70 women who came forward and on a technicality. He doesn't serve his full sentence. Yeah, I mean, just it's very frustrating. I think one of the last stories as I am looking forward on on TMZ and realizing how shocking it was when everybody found this out yesterday. Um, maybe the last story before that release was from March of this year. Oh, my gosh. No, it wasn't. My word. It was may not March May 27th of this year and the headline on TMZ read. Bill Cosby denied parole. So if you saw that headline a month ago, you just thought all right. Well, I guess that's not ever going to happen. And then he goes from that to being just walking at least So he was sentenced for what 10 years. Yeah. 3 to 10 years, Okay? And so he did. Almost three. If you're the the prosecutor, you gotta be like just feeling really bad about this because what? What actually, was it, um That So there was another got overturned. There was another case where he had a deal going on with that a different prosecutor. And then, uh, that They got him to confess to buying Quay ludes, drugging women, They said. If you tell us this You know you won't go to jail essentially. But then the civil case with Andrea Constand Stead was a different prosecutor, and they used his statements where he admitted to that against him when they promised him, another prosecutor promised him. That they would never use it in court, and they did. So That's the situation. The technicality that got the entire thing overturned, but they didn't know how many people were going to come forward at the time. That prosecutor also was focused just on that case for that. Victim. So That's what Elizabeth Rees told us today in the dirt alert. Oh, my gosh. Well, we do have, um So first of all, the court ruled what I'm reading is that He was denied that protection against self incrimination. So that's what basically comes down to all of these deals that they make. Doesn't it feel slimy? Yeah, it is, But it's a game that they all play. Yeah. Because it's all about you know, the prosecutor will give you that wanting to get the the conviction to some degree and then the defense attorneys wanting to do the best for their clients, and everybody deserves representation. It's just it's I just feel bad because people wouldn't like other criminals wouldn't come forward or people wouldn't come forward. That were involved in crimes without any assurance that they weren't going to go to jail. So that's why deals happen. It's just but but it's okay for it to feel. Jackie? Yeah. You know what? I'm even people who take a deal Who Swear that they're innocent. Take the deal because they think they're going to lose. If they go to trial. Mm. And their lawyers are pretty sure they're going to end up with a harsher sentence. So it's just that's crazy. This script, this whole system, and here's what it looked like yesterday, right After Cosby was driven, was released from prison, he was driven to his home in Elkins Park. It's about 25 miles away from the prison, where he was serving his sentence. He was helped out of the car while wearing a maroon T shirt had baggy blue pants. Thank you, NBC news for the who were best. Cosby then emerged from the house, They say. A short time later, wearing a T shirt of Central High School in Philadelphia, a handful of supporters cheered him with shouts of which is, of course, in homage to the animated character that voice fat Albert supporters out there. Oh, for sure. In fact, I was reading from TMZ. I mean, Phylicia Rashad, a big time supporter of his his TV wife, T. M's. He was saying that they spoke with someone in the speaking gig. Industry. And they think that, uh, though he will have a limited market of who would want to book him that he should still be able to spend fetch 10 to 15 grand for an appearance in probably 20 grand for a speaking, engage unbelievable. Unbelievable. Well and speaking of Phylicia Rashad, she tweeted. Finally, a terrible wrong is being righted. A miscarriage of justice corrected Well, then she got a lot of backlash with a lot of people pointing out that he wasn't released because he was innocent. And so she started to backpedal a little bit, saying that she fully supports survivors of sexual assault assault coming forward, But unfortunately, this type of thing I feel like and I hope it's not the case. I feel like it will keep people from coming forward. If, like no matter what you do, Yeah, you won't get justice. It just feels really awful. So Hot start to the show today, in case anybody was feeling those fourth of July vibes. We just blew those candles out. Hey, we don't we just report and that's exactly right. All right. I've got some good stuff for us to get into next and things that make.

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"phylicia rashad" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:57 min | 11 months ago

"phylicia rashad" Discussed on KOMO

"To reuniting with his wife and his Children. That's his attorney, speaking on his behalf, ABC News Crime and Terrorism analyst Brad Garrett is with us this morning, Brad, What does this say to people that this case was overturned on a technicality like this? Well it from the standpoint that maybe he shouldn't have been prosecuted because of this agreement. Is one issue, but it's to be clear. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court did not address at all guilt or innocence here or or the reliability of the evidence, etcetera. This was strictly a narrow legal decision. Based on the agreement that the former prosecutor Mr Castor had made with Cosby's lawyers. That he wouldn't be criminally prosecuted if he testified the civil case. So there is that. But if you are a sexual assault victim out there and you see here is a very powerful high profile, you know? Person that's known all over the world. Bill Cosby get out quote unquote of charts sexual assault charges. It may have a real chilling effect because I'll tell you and working these cases. It's an uphill battle to get victims to even come forward. The estimates are less than 25% of sexual assaults or even reported And so you can see anything like this could really have a negative effect. Are you surprised by this yesterday? No, I'm not because I had heard that that was clearly out there. And you know the question Amanda all along in some legal scholars that I have that I have read since this came out yesterday, you know, sort of question whether legally If one prosecutor makes an agreement with someone, it is the new prosecutor, the newly elected prosecutor bound by that now obviously the Supreme Court in Pennsylvania. Agreed that it was binding, so I don't know. I don't know, but it's it'll be interesting to see as we go down the road in other cases. You know what? Uh, what might happen, But you know the important thing here. Is that the decisions that you make at the time in the justice system Can have, you know profound effects on a case later years later. And this sadly, is an example of that, Brad thanks for your input again this morning, ABC News Crime and terrorism analyst Brad Garrett. Also this morning, we should mention that actress Phylicia Rashad, who starred on The Cosby Show is walking back her statement from yesterday she had tweeted after Cosby's sexual assault conviction was overturned, Quote a miscarriage of justice is corrected. It caused a backlash, and she's posted a new tweet, saying that she fully supports survivors of sexual assault. Come on news time. 5 51 time to get to our propeller insurance Money.

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"phylicia rashad" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:31 min | 11 months ago

"phylicia rashad" Discussed on KQED Radio

"C three A. I. This is Enterprise AI. And by the listeners and members of KQED Public Radio. I'm Dave Freeman at 5 35. This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Noel King. Bill Cosby walked out of prison yesterday after almost three years inside the Pennsylvania Supreme Court vacated his conviction on charges of drugging and sexually assaulting a woman, Andrea Constand at his home years earlier. NPR's Elizabeth Blair has been following this story. Good morning, Elizabeth. Good morning, Noel. What are we hearing from the other women who say copy assaulted them. They are stunned and disappointed to a lot of them. It's hard to understand how, after all of these women have come forward after a jury found Cosby guilty that he could still be released on a legal technicality. Are also concerned about what the news will do to victims of sexual assault. I spoke with Angela Rose, who is the head of a nonprofit called Pave, which stands for promoting awareness victim empowerment. Here's what she said. I fear that this is going to really hinder other survivors from coming forward. And so you know this case, The Bill Cosby case was truly one of the first cases in the Hashtag Metoo movement, and it really paved the way for other survivors of high profile influential perpetrators to speak out, so I don't want that to be lost. Rose was in the courtroom supporting the alleged victims who testified in the Andrea Constand trial, She says the news of Cosby's releases like a knife in the heart for them At the same time, there were some people who publicly expressed support for him. Interestingly, his co star on The Cosby Show, Felicia Rashad for many years, said very little about all of this. Yes, Phylicia Rashad, who played Cosby's wife on TV for many years, was at first, very enthusiastic. She tweeted. Finally, a terrible wrong is being righted. A miscarriage of justice is corrected. She later back pedaled and sent another tweet, saying she supported survivors of sexual assault coming forward and that her earlier post was quote in no way intended to be insensitive to their truth. And I imagine that was because I mean, I saw this happened yesterday. People online were outraged. Very much. So Rashad was recently appointed dean of Howard University's Chadwick Boseman College of Fine Arts, and a number of Howard alumni feel the comment was really inappropriate. Soraya McDonald is a Howard graduate and culture critic for ESPN's The undefeated, She says Rashad's comments could have a chilling effect on students. You know, I try to imagine if you're a person who has been sexually harassed or is being sexually assaulted. You know by a fellow student who is also in the college of Fine Arts, and you think Well, should I go to Dean Rich odd about this? I can't imagine thinking that you know that is someone who is who is going to support you. I wonder, you know, as we heard earlier, this was one of the first high profile cases of the me too. Movement. Is this a setback for that movement? Can we say Some activists are saying yes, this is a setback and we can see it's lost some steam with the general public, but the champions of the movement are still at it. Attorney Gloria Allred, who has represented some of Cosby's accusers, held a press conference yesterday. She made it very clear that she is moving forward with a civil case against Bill Cosby in Los Angeles County. He's representing a woman who claims Cosby sexually assaulted her when she was 15 years old. Cosby has denied causing any harm to her. NPR's Elizabeth Blair. Thank you, Elizabeth. Thank you. All right. So why did the Pennsylvania Supreme Court vacate Cosby's conviction? It is very complicated. In fact, with me now is Nikki Wise and see Egan. She's an investigative reporter who covered the case. She also wrote the book chasing Cosby and hosts a podcast. Of the same name. Good morning, Nikki. Good morning. You've been following the accusations against Cosby since very early on. Did you see this coming? Well, I haven't actually following it since the first day, the story broke in 2000 and five. I really had a sense that the the state Supreme Court was not going to rule in the prosecution's favor in December, when I watched the oral arguments Because the justices questioning of the prosecution was very hostile. In fact, at one point, the chief justice just walked away from his screen and his screen went blank for 10 minutes. It was on YouTube because of Covid. It was just extraordinary watch. I'd never seen such unprofessional behavior in my life, so I expected they were going to rule in his favor, but not on this issue. I thought it would be the issue of the other accusers who were allowed to testify. This was a non issue in my view. I mean, there is no proof that there was an immunity agreement. Zero proof. Ah ha! Let's talk about your mentioning an issue and we haven't actually defined what that is. What was it issued The Supreme Court vacates the conviction and says We are doing it because of X. What is X? They believe that caused these due process rights were violated, because, while Bruce Castor, the former D a claims the press release he put out announcing cause he wasn't going to charge. Cosby in 2000 and five was also an immunity agreement. And because of that Cosby cooperated more fully during the deposition in Andrius case then he would have and it made those incriminating comments, which were in turn used in the trials against him. I want to play a clip from Victoria Valentino. She's one of the women who has accused Bill Cosby and she talked to our colleagues on all things considered yesterday. Let's listen when he was sentenced when he was found guilty..

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"phylicia rashad" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:48 min | 11 months ago

"phylicia rashad" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"New changes are coming to passport applications. State Department will be adding a third gender option. It's for those who identify as non binary intersex and gender, non conforming New reports of a rift between Governor Rhonda Santas and former President Trump might be fake news. Trump is planning for another one of his Save America rallies in Sarasota on July 3rd. And, according to the Washington Examiner, De Santis, his office made a direct plea to Trump asking that the rally be canceled, or at least postponed the alleged reason ongoing rescue efforts in Surfside, one unnamed Republican lawmaker telling Trump's team quote, read the room. However, De Santis, his team is contradicting the story. Spokeswoman Krisztina Push a says that the governor has never suggest. Said, or requested that any events should be canceled. Helen Aguirre Ferre, executive director of the Republican Party of Florida, also tweeted out that the story is completely false. Brandon Hogan Wdbo, one of 73 FM and am 5, 80. As for whether former President Trump will run again in 2024, we're getting more hints in an interview Wednesday night on Fox News Trump. All that said he will run, he told host Sean Hannity. It's not that I want to. The country needs it. Trump hasn't said publicly whether he'll be a candidate in 2024 recent polls show 66% of Republicans want him to run new this morning. Trouble is still following President Trump, the chief financial officer of his business, CFO Alan Wisenberg, has surrendered to authorities on charges of unpaid taxes. The indictments are expected to be unsealed this afternoon when he and the Trump Organization are arraigned. You probably got an alert on your phone about this yesterday. Bill Cosby is now a free man after he had his sexual assault conviction overturned. Bill Cosby is back at home. The man who was once known as America's dad, who was then known as a convicted sex offender, has had his record swept clean. He's been released from prison and he's able to go back to his life. He won't be retried on those charges. Bill Cosby's TV wife is celebrating Phylicia Rashad tweeted. Finally, a terrible wrong is being righted. A miscarriage of justice is corrected. Others, though, like attorney Gloria Allred are expressing disbelief, and even though the court did overturn the conviction, it was on technical grounds. It did not vindicate Bill Cosby's conduct. Bill Cosby himself is breaking his silence. He took to Twitter to say he's never changed his stance or his story, adding He always maintained his innocence. The comedian thank the court for upholding the rule of law and thank those who stood by him. The 83 year old Cosby has served more than two years for a 2000. And for assault before the state Supreme Court overturned his conviction and just a word of caution. The fourth of July. Typically results in a surge of emergency room visits emergency room, Doc see everything from third degree burns to people losing limbs. Even when the experts like them there can be problems. Take what happened in South Los Angeles last night..

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"phylicia rashad" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 11 months ago

"phylicia rashad" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Learned Donald Rumsfeld has died. It was the youngest person ever to serve as secretary of defense did so not once but twice the second time overseeing the beginnings of the ongoing conflict in Afghanistan and the Iraq war. Word from his family came a short time ago that said Rumsfeld died at age 88 while surrounded by family in New Mexico. A family statement said. It is with deep sadness that we share the news of the passing of Donald Rumsfeld. The statement goes on to say that the public may note his extraordinary accomplishments in six decades of public service, but his family said they will remember his unwavering love for his wife, his family, his friends and the integrity he brought to a life dedicated to country. A statement from the family of former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld. Who has died at age 88. I'm Aaron Carter Ski ABC News and comedian Bill Cosby is home tonight after hours after he was released from state prison in Pennsylvania. His sexual assault conviction overturned today by the state's highest court justices, saying the prosecutor who brought the case never should have because he was bound by his predecessors. Agreement not to charge Cosby in Hollywood, unhappy with Bill Cosby surprised released from prison Wednesday, but his former TV wife is celebrating Phylicia Rashad, who played Claire Huxtable on the Cosby Show. Tweeting. Finally, with several exclamation marks, she writes quote. A terrible wrong is being righted. A miscarriage of justice is corrected. She's in the minority, though, when it comes to those of the blue check on Twitter, actress and Time's up founding member, Amber Tamblyn among those who say they're furious about Cosby's release, and she writes, shame on the court. That is a B C's Jason Nathan said now were shot in a follow up tweet, saying she fully supports the survivors. Of sexual assault coming forward, adding she was in no way trying to be insensitive with that tweet and before we check traffic search crews going through the ruins of a Florida condo tower, pulling six more bodies from the rubble today, bringing the number of confirmed dead.

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"phylicia rashad" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:53 min | 11 months ago

"phylicia rashad" Discussed on WTOP

"This about the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, they demonstrated that they were impervious to the court of public opinion, which, frankly, the lower courts were not. Cosby later called into local Philadelphia radio station WDS FM, where he Said the audience needed clarity. They need guidance because this is not just a black thing, according to Cosby, saying, quote this is for all the people who have been imprisoned, wrongly, regardless of race, color, Creed because I met them in their people who talked about what happened and what they did, and I know there are many liars out there. Cosby's former co star on the Cosby Show reacts to the news tonight. Phylicia Rashad, who was recently appointed as dean of Howard University's newly reestablished College of Fine Arts tweeted. Finally a terrible wrong as being righted. A miscarriage of justice is corrected. She later tweeted the following. I fully support survivors of sexual assault coming forward. My post was in no way intended to be insensitive to their truth. Personally, I know from friends and family that such abuse has lifelong residual effects and Felisha was shot writes. My heartfelt wish is for healing and update this evening on the stunning case of a woman shot and killed by sitting on the patio of an Annapolis hotel early Tuesday, she was Mom of a Naval Academy midshipman who was just starting his first year, Annapolis, police say 57 year old Michelle Cummings of Houston was hit by stray bullets and the reward for information in the case has been boosted to $22,000 police chief Ed Jackson says. If you heard or saw anything, please don't sit on that information. Even if you think it's it's small, but maybe small to you. Maybe Piece of the puzzle that we need. A friend has launched an online fundraiser to help pay Cummings funeral expenses. Veranda Phillips, who was also a midshipman's mom calls Cummings the ultimate mother, Michelle bash. W T. O P News ahead.

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"phylicia rashad" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:01 min | 11 months ago

"phylicia rashad" Discussed on WTOP

"Walked out of a Pennsylvania prison after the state's highest court tossed his 2018 sexual assault conviction. It said the comedian should never have been charged in the first place, citing a nonprosecution deal with the previous district attorney, CBS News Legal analyst Rikki Klieman. What the high court is saying is that we have to uphold the rule of law and that are promised by a prosecutor is in fact, a binding promise that you can't go back on. The Cosby served more than two years in His 3 to 10 year sentence after being found guilty of sexually assaulting Temple University employee Andrea Constand in his home in 2004. In a statement, Constand called the decision disappointing. The news was met by outrage from sexual assault survivors. Victim advocate Angela Rose. We had no idea that this was going to happen, and it's sending shockwaves. Of just grief and despair. If you our survivor community, former Cosby Show Co star Phylicia Rashad tweeted. Finally, a terrible wrong has been righted in a statement. Cosby thank the Pennsylvania Supreme Court for upholding the rule of law. Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld has died at the age of 88 as George W. Bush's Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld famously rejected criticism of the Iraq war, telling a 2005 Senate hearing you sense the American people are tipping away from support. I have a feeling they're getting pushed among his well known quote. You go to war with the army you have not the army you might want or wish to have. He shrugged off questions about known unknowns. In 2013 CBS interview, Rumsfeld spoke of the values of criticism. You know, I've never had a shortage of it. Say if you're not criticized, you may not be doing much. Stephen Portnoy. CBS NEWS The White House in Surfside, Florida The death toll has risen to 18 2 Children ages four and 10 have been removed the rubble of a collapsed condo building. State fire Marshal Jimmie Petronius on the told the search is taking on rescuers figure covered in blisters. Their hands.

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"phylicia rashad" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

07:53 min | 11 months ago

"phylicia rashad" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"He got booed for it. And I know it's hard to hear that, Mr Trump. Will you apologize for the January six Capital riots here was trouble You apology Over 60, Chile. Tough cheated me question to ask Jim Acosta he does. His career was made by Donald Trump. He misses him. He knew exactly how to poke him to make him mad. It was his favorite thing to do, man. I bet he's thrilled to be back in the game. Remember this part to Trump would call on him. So that's part of the theatrics of everything to you. You're you know, many times in that White house was at the blue room, and they would do it when it wasn't the regular podium. We see Jen Psaki had every day that I think blue room like when he would have some of those bigger press conference things. And then you have that gaggle of reporters all standing, You know, the guy from NBC, ABC, New York Times this and that or whatever. And then Jim Acosta, and then Trump would point right there and say Yeah, and then Acosta would say something. He'd say You're fake news. Yeah, fake because he wanted the engagement. And I wonder if it's one of those things where maybe they're friendly outside of work. But once you don't think so, no way. Well, because then if you're friendly, you can be like man. We can milk this for all we got. We can really run with. Let's CNN is not, you know, They're not an objective news organization. They're liberal. We get it. I mean, the I mean, the people who run it have been recorded and saying it but obviously You don't need some Vera toss hidden video to you Just look at the product of various media outlets and read the tweets of the media outlets, reporters and you can tell what the slant is. It's pretty obvious. And so Jim Acosta needed Donald Trump and Donald Trump felt like he needed some engagement with Jim Acosta. I just find that fascinating. I love it. They feed off of each other's energy. But once the president of the United States, the other one's a guy working for just one of many media outlets, it's just interesting. You know? So so he gave a cost a good ride for four years. And now Acosta is there that they sent them CNN. Like what? Trump's going to make a public appearance. Go, Jim. Go, Go, Jim. Be there. I wonder if they have a button specifically to call Jim when Donald Trump is holding a conference, Jim Get your shoes on. All they say is Donald Trump's marked and gave a thumbs up after a cost of blurted that out, and you heard the girls responsible. Listen, I'm telling you, they're friends. That was that thumbs up was to Jim That's saying I'm glad to have you back, Bud. Could be That's all right. All right. What is this? Someone's upset about. All right. All right. All right, buddy. Upset about here. When is this? Well, people are Oh, yeah, I know. It's like, Oh, no, I'm sorry. You miss Misinterpreted something I said earlier in the show so many on Twitter. I'll just let it go See, I don't take the bait sometimes, and people say you said this, So that's not a good look. And it's like, Yeah, well, and you misunderstood what I was saying, But there could be an up and coming Jim Acosta that you're just cutting off right at that. You know, you real You are fake fake fake news. I kind of miss having that phrase thrown around soft. That's true. We haven't heard that in a long, long time. It just kind of just kind of went away. The big story today, of course, is Bill Cosby getting out of prison and you've seen any photos of him getting out of the car or little video there like a helicopter took of him getting out of the car and then kind of stumbling into his house here, right holding him. Right that he needs a lot of help getting in there. And then, when his he and his lawyers came out to talk, he would look like he was in some white sweat suit or something. Like just his hang out clothes. Yeah, and it's not like they had a lot of time to get ready at home. Because it just happened today. It's just like what What? What? What's happening? It took everybody by surprise. Honestly thought it was. I thought, I'm speaking of thought It was fake news because it all happened so fast. But I mean, what do you think Bill Cosby was doing? Didn't didn't Someone say that? We just hear a quote here in the top of the hour news that he was like he was almost reluctant to leave that he was, like, waiting or what? I haven't finished talking to Jimmy over here. Yeah, he was talking to officers about their Children. Interesting. His TV wife, Phylicia Rashad, from the Cosby Show. You weren't born yet, Haley, But there was a time loved The Cosby Show. Bill Cosby, right? And Remember, the show was yanked off of, Or Was it Nickelodeon? I don't know where it was the reruns for somewhere, you know, and one of those channels or maybe multiple channels. And TV land. Perhaps I don't know. But remember when all this started brewing up against Bill Cosby, they pulled the reruns immediately. And that means a lack of royalty payments to whomever is entitled to them. I don't know the contractual, I guarantee you, Bill Cosby is getting residuals. But what about Felicia was shot who played his wife on TV? Is it possible that she lost revenue? Maybe, or they offered her. May not a buyout, but they said, because this is going to be such a hit for you. Here's a little gift. But I mean, might probably she probably just lost a ton of money, I guess is she wasn't entitled to a whole lot be in the eighties. I'm not sure what the the revenue deals for reruns would have been. Bill might have gotten something or probably did because he was part writer and name was on the show. But Anybody else? Yeah, that was just a whole lot of revenue. He like Seinfeld. That was his creation that Cosby show And that's not the only cause Me shoulder wasn't go all the way back to I spy in the 19 sixties. He didn't own that one. But he did some other shows that he had, like a lot of management controlling, but the The Cosby Show, the hugely successful one from the eighties. Was his baby. And that just had to be pumping money to him. Anyway. Felicia Rashad played his wife. I think your name was Claire Huxtable missing? Yes, very good. And she tweeted a few hours ago. All caps finally, with four exclamation points in a picture of bill a terrible, wrong as being righted. A miscarriage of justice is corrected. So I know that she defended him and said This was the system after a powerful black man I'm paraphrasing, but that was her messaging from a few years ago when he was on trial. Does she feel like all those 60 women are liars? I'm sure personally, she does not. But she has to go 100% in for her client. No, that's her Her cast, mate. She's not her lawyer. Oh, I thought you said it was the lawyer. No history at all. The horrible your wife? Yeah. Oh, my God. Okay. No apps. No. I don't understand why she must believe Bill because she worked with him for so long. She probably knows him as another guy. She worked with him every day. Couldn't imagine That stuff was happening during off days or off time whenever you're not on the set. So in her heart of hearts, you think that she thinks all those women are liars? That's just interesting to me, right? And I mean, it's the same, uh, Ted Bundy. Logic of you know, he worked at a suicide hotline and he'd walk his female coworkers out to their car because he was such a nice guy..

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"phylicia rashad" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:32 min | 11 months ago

"phylicia rashad" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Support Me in Hollywood, Unhappy with Bill Cosby surprised released from prison Wednesday, but his former TV wife is celebrating Phylicia Rashad, who played Claire Huxtable on the Cosby Show Tweeting. Finally, with several exclamation marks, she writes quote. A terrible wrong is being righted. A miscarriage of justice is corrected. She's in the minority, though, when it comes to those of the blue check on Twitter, actress and Time's up founding member, Amber Tamblyn among those who say they're furious about Cosby's release, and she writes, Shame on the court. And his A. B C's Jason Nathan said reporting there from Los Angeles 67 on Capitol Hill House lawmakers today approving a special committee to probe the capital riot that vote today to 22 to 1 90. It mostly fell along party lines. Many Republicans voting against this, saying they had objections to majority Democrats in charge of that committee. Meantime, the FBI in Boston, also announcing today it has arrested a man from Somerville in connection with that attack 28 year old Noah Bacon, facing several charges, including disorder, disorderly conduct conduct Rather an obstruction of Congress chase. Kevin Allen of Seekonk also arrested on two charges connected to that attack. Including an act of physical violence on the Capitol grounds. This means 10 people so far have been arrested by the FBI in Boston in connection with that capital riot when it comes to Covid in Massachusetts tonight, DPH confirming 93 new cases in the latest report this out of more than 31,000 tests, seven day average positivity rate is up tonight. 2.36% 110 people in the hospital getting treatment, and one more person has died. It's six Oh, wait Time for Bloomberg business. Amazon is responding to an ongoing Federal Trade Commission review of its proposed $8.5 billion acquisition of the MGM movie Studio. Amazon argues in a formal request to the FTC today that the agency's chief Lina Khan, Should recuse herself from all matters related to the company because of her history, criticizing it, Amazon says. Khan has on numerous occasions said the company is guilty of antitrust violations. And should be broken up. Stock indexes mixed it today but advanced more than 12% to in the case of the S and P more than 14%. For the first half of the year, Dow Rose 210 Today, NASDAQ Lost 24 S and P 500 added six, Andrew wrote Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's NewsRadio severe weather making its way Across Massachusetts, We've got traffic and weather together coming up at 6 13 commuting to work anymore. Tell your smart speaker to play WBZ NewsRadio on I Heart radio and get news Check in with us on WBZ Right in your kitchen 30 for.

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"phylicia rashad" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:11 min | 11 months ago

"phylicia rashad" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Then it's jammed over two miles Norwell into Pembroke crashed shortly after 1 39 Scott, you down that one lane miking WBC's traffic on the three Alright, multiple severe thunderstorm warnings up right now from the National Weather Service. Let's make our way through these. We've got One up till just about 6 30 out in Berkshire County for a storm there. We also have one up until just about 10 minutes from now for north Eastern western north Central Middlesex County's that storm making its way through lemon stir and that area we have another one until 6 30 for parts of Essex in northern Middlesex County's, and then you make your way over closer toward the coast parts of Essex and Middlesex County, Norfolk County and Suffolk County, The city of Boston. We've got severe storm warnings up in that region, this part of the state till seven o'clock. Now this line of storms, of course, fueled by all this hot, sticky weather we've had out there for the past few days. National Weather Service says We could have very gusty winds with these storms were talking 60 Mile an hour winds. There's history of hail with these as well. There was a tornado warning with these storms earlier, but again right now, just severe thunderstorm warnings. So we've got these storms moving through, then later on tonight. You're going to notice the temperatures will change a bit. We have a low near 75 tomorrow, still humid, but not nearly as hot a high only in the eighties right now checking out the radar. Seeing those storms coming into Wilmington, Burlington, making their way through Boxborough and Lancaster right now, where it's 89 degrees south of town. Just some clouds in a cushion it where it's 84 west of the city, 85 in Springfield, right now in Boston at 606 dark clouds moving into the hub and where 93 degrees, but it feels like 100 1. Comedian Bill Cosby is home tonight, Hours after he was released from a Pennsylvania State prison. Cosby's sexual assault conviction overturned today by the state's highest court at court, citing a procedural problem for this move. The court says the prosecutor who brought the case against Cosby never should have because he was bound by his predecessors agreement not to charge Cosby One of the comedians former co stars offering support Me in Hollywood, Unhappy with Bill Cosby surprised released from prison Wednesday, but his former TV wife is celebrating Phylicia Rashad, who played Claire Huxtable on the Cosby Show Tweeting..

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"phylicia rashad" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:30 min | 11 months ago

"phylicia rashad" Discussed on KOMO

"Now coming up on the comb. Oh, afternoon news. I'm Ryan Harris with the party mood, but the reminder from state health officials that the pandemic is not over. I'm Charlie Harder. We're ready and we are open Go. Washington. All right. Governor Jay Inslee celebrates the reopening of Washington State from ABC News. Daria Aldinger. Bill Cosby is home as sexual assault conviction overturned the actor and comedians attorney Jennifer Bungee. Thankfully, they saw the way that we saw which we always believed full fully that he never should have been prosecuted because there was an agreement made. He relied on that agreement. And you can't have a system where prosecutors don't hold up to their word. Pennsylvania's highest court said a decision not to charge Cosby by prosecutors in 2000, and five should have prevented him from being charged by different prosecutors. Years later, Associate Path He's a serial rapist Victoria Valentino tells ABC News. She's disturbed that Cosby gets to go free stomach is lurching and I am Deeply distressed about the injustice of the whole thing. She claims Cosby drugged and raped her in 1969, But Cosby's former TV wife is celebrating his release. Phylicia Rashad tweeting quote, a terrible, wrong as being righted. A miscarriage of justice is corrected. Jason Nathan's an ABC News Hollywood A new game plan for the N C double A announces college athletes can get paid off endorsements. The House votes to create a select committee to look into the January 6th attack on the capital, Maryland Democrat Steny Hoyer. The American people are still demanding answers and accountability and they deserve both. They want to know that steps are being taken to understand what happened and take measures to ensure that it never happens again. Republicans say the committee will be too partisan sources tell ABC News the Manhattan D A could file charges as soon as tomorrow against former President Trump's company. At least 16 people are dead. Nearly a week after the partial collapse of a high rise condominium in Surfside, Florida 147 people are still unaccounted for, and authorities say the rescue mission will continue. The Dow closed up more than 200 points. NASDAQ Off about 20 You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected, Stay informed. 20 Minutes of nonstop News Continues on co mo news. 1000 FM 97 7 Haiti Sunshine with clouds in downtown Seattle 75 degrees camo news time 302. I'm ELISA Jaffe with Rick fan sites, and here's what's happening. I'm Ryan Harris. There's a lot of pats on the back at the State Department of Health as they marked Washington's reopening and all the milestones passed in the last six months. But in a briefing that's still going on now, Health Secretary Dr Umar Sean says. We have to remember the Covid pandemic is not over. State health says about half the state is fully vaccinated, so the rest are still at risk. There are some places although fewer and far between where you'll still have to wear a mask, especially if your unvaccinated and that comes as the delta variant from India edges out Gamma from Brazil. The Alpha Berrien leading Geno typing at 46% Delta at 17% Gamma at 16%. I'm Charlie Harder. A masculine governor Jay Inslee celebrated the lifting of most of the states coronavirus restrictions in Tacoma today. Let's give her watch. You were ready. And we are open. Go. Washington,.

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"phylicia rashad" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:53 min | 11 months ago

"phylicia rashad" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"See news. I'm Daria Aldinger. Bill Cosby is home is sexual assault conviction overturned the actor and comedians attorney Jennifer Bungee. Thankfully, they saw the way that we saw it, which we always believed full. Fully that he never should have been prosecuted because there was an agreement made. He relied on that agreement, and you can't have a system where prosecutors don't hold up to their word. Pennsylvania's highest court said a decision not to charge Cosby by prosecutors in 2005 should have prevented him from being charged by different prosecutors. Years later, Associate Path He's a serial rapist Victoria Valentino tells ABC News. She's disturbed that Cosby gets to go free stomach is lurching and I am Deeply distressed about the injustice of the whole thing. She claims Cosby drugged and raped her in 1969, But Cosby's former TV wife is celebrating his release. Phylicia Rashad tweeting quote, a terrible, wrong as being righted. A miscarriage of justice is corrected. Jason Nathan's an ABC News Hollywood A new game plan for the N C. Double A. It now says college athletes can get paid of endorsements. The House votes to create a select committee to look into the January 6th attack on the capital, Maryland Democrat Steny Hoyer. The American people are still demanding answers and accountability and they deserve both. They want to know that steps are being taken to understand what happened and take measures to ensure that it never happens again. Republicans say the committee will be too partisan sources tell ABC News the Manhattan D A could file charges as soon as tomorrow against former President Trump's company. At least 16 people are dead nearly a week after the partial collapse of a high rise condominium. In Surfside, Florida 147. People are still on accounted for, and authorities say the rescue mission will continue. The Dow closed up more than 200.

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"phylicia rashad" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:17 min | 11 months ago

"phylicia rashad" Discussed on WTOP

"This about the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, they demonstrated that they were impervious to the court of public opinion. Which, frankly, the lower courts were not. Now Cosby's former co star on The Cosby Show is reacting to the news. Phylicia Rashad, who was recently appointed dean of Howard University's College of Fine Arts, tweeted quote. Finally, a terrible wrong is being righted. A miscarriage of justice is corrected unquote, but she later tweeted this. She fully supported survivors of sexual assault coming forward. We'll have more on this coming up in just a few minutes on w T O P. It's 5 52. In other news, an update on this This afternoon, an update this afternoon on the stunning case of a woman shot and killed while sitting on the patio of an Annapolis hotel early Tuesday, she was the mom of a Naval Academy midshipman who was just starting his first year. Annapolis, police say 57 year old Michelle Cummings of Houston was hit by stray bullets and the reward for information in the case has been boosted to $22,000 police chief Ed Jackson says. If you heard or saw anything, please don't sit on that information. Even if you think it's It's small, but maybe small to you. Maybe the piece of the puzzle that we need. A friend has launched an online fundraiser to help pay Cummings funeral expenses. Veranda. Phillips, who was also a midshipman's mom calls Cummings the ultimate mother. Michelle Bash. W T. O P News Up Next in money news. United's New Dulles nonstop to Athens is a D. C first I'm Jeff played by 53. Hi. This is Dave Preston. Sometimes the local baseball teams play. Is Mattingly frustrating. Other times it's frustratingly maddening. Just another reason. I'm glad they have younguns playing catcher. In addition to hitting homers and throwing out baserunners, the veteran calls a good game. Xfinity helps me call a good game with the X one voice remote. The X one Voice remote allows you to find what you want faster by using voice commands to change channels. Search for shows get recommendations and more. I just say a team or a league, a channel or a network And I'm there used the X one voice remote to manage your wife. I just say, what's my WiFi username and password or show me my wife? I manage your account from your TV..

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Phylicia Rashad to lead Howard College of Fine Arts

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Phylicia Rashad to lead Howard College of Fine Arts

"A big homecoming for key member of the Cosby family for sure shot is returning to her alma mater with a big time title the Tony Award winner and matriarch of the Cosby show family has been named the new dean of the how what university college of fine arts which shot graduated magna **** laude from the historically black university in nineteen seventy earning a bachelors degree in fine arts her homecoming marks not only a return for her but for the school's fine arts college it was folded into the college of arts and sciences in the late nineteen nineties the school's provost says Rashad skills and passion for the arts makes her a perfect fit for the role and we shot says it's a privilege to help re establish the fine arts division at Howard I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"phylicia rashad" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"phylicia rashad" Discussed on KQED Radio

"More information is available at Lemelson daughter Warg. And from the sustaining members of this NPR station. Back to the hit list in a moment, but first, a heads up about an important conversation. We'd love your help With tomorrow. The race for Corona virus vaccine is moving fast. So far, the two leading companies developing a potential vaccine, visor and Maturana. Claim that their M R in a vaccines are over 90% effective But what is M r in a. We have questions. Just like you leave us a voicemail at 8552361. A one. A visor is the first cos to submit an emergency use authorization request to the FDA that would make the vaccine available for use in high risk populations here in the U. S by the middle to end of next month. Are you in line to be one of the first to be given the vaccine? Tell us your story. 855236181 A or you can send us an audio file with our app won a box pop, and we'll share some of your stories tomorrow on one, eh? Let's get back to the hit list. Our pop culture round up with Eric Deggans, TV critic for NPR. Brooke Obie Award winning film critic and author and Emily Vander Worth critic at large for box broke. What did you think of jingle jangle? I thought Jingle Jangle was very sweet. I was very excited for my niece and nephew to watch it because it's just something that we've never get to see him in its black fantasy on DCruz isthmus, And there's so many wonderful things, but also magic. You know, there are math geniuses. They're two little black girls who are math geniuses on bears. Force Whitaker. This Phylicia Rashad, There's an economic rose. It's a musical. I mean, it just feels like it. Has all of those things that we love about this season in a in a way in a story that we've never seen before, so I thought it was very inventive and very cute. I'm overlooking some of the plot holes that exist. Look, it's just Yeah, overlooking huge and my niece and nephew Love it, So I'm happy. Well, if you need a reminder that Aneka Noni Rose can sing her whole entire face off. Just wait till like the back third of the film. She has this amazing number and she's just such an incredible vocalist. I loved it. It's a great family watch. Well, we got a whole new slate of fall TV this month, and some decided to include the pandemic and their story line or have actors wear face masks on scene. Ah, lot of you are bringing up this is us is a show. You're watching. And this is one of the show's grappling with the with the pandemic. Eric, How are you seeing shows take on covert 19. Well, it's been interesting. Um, that is a choice that every show runner had to make a zoo. The lockdown shut down production of television over the summer, but producers and writers were still meeting and trying to figure out what they were going to do once production resumed, and now we're learning, you know, network TV shows in particular, coming back to new episodes..

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"phylicia rashad" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"phylicia rashad" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"He's just He's finished with this When you done, brother you done. Did it upset you that they don't people don't want to air the episode of The Cosby Show? Oh, no, it doesn't upset me it. Ah, people still watch people find ways to watch, you know. I won't be upset by things because things change. I will be upset and I won't be upset by by things People do because people change. We see that it's something to see and to understand. Years ago. Someone who loves me very much told me, she said. To me, an image can be broken. Try to find out who you really are. Wow, that's that's tough to do in this business. It's that it's not. It's not tough to do what it can be a process just because Everybody's always trying to tell us what our image should be. When you open up a magazine or you read a blogger and people have a perception of you like, Oh, that's what they like. Let me give him or of that. So you become a character, too. Of yourself and things become performative without you even knowing it. That's a very interesting observation. It's what happens in interviews that isn't happening in this one, and I'm loving it. You know, when people interview they come. Sometimes they come with their answers already in their heads to the questions, they've decided to ask you. What the y Well, what? What are we doing here? Why? Okay. What? What is this? What we would. Okay. You have a conversation with me If you already think you know, you didn't know? Okay, so that that's me. No. One thing of nothing else. You will lead this conversation thinking of the person that I'm speaking to that personal leave. Conversation, knowing on Lee what they thought they knew before the conversation to get what we enjoy you, Queen Rashaad and I. We could sit here and talk to you for a level and we appreciate you for checking and we're so grateful and thankful. Thank you so much. Thank you. Thank you both. And please, When you are in New York, please stop by the studio. Absolutely. Okay, Well, we have the rose petals on the ground for you to walk on Who have all that for? You. T called whatever it is you need. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you Somewhat. Phylicia Rashad is the breakfast club Ramona. Thank you. Well, you just made another one. Packing a man like you just had to do in the moment I go out. Well, good. Good. Have you want Theo Do travel body just probably left your own income. Bamiyan, no cash, You know, you know, just one of their houses like Bobby and win like, I don't know the wind. Don't make me go into a bank and take out a hunted to show you our pockets. God of the mountain. You just let me in front of your plan isn't broken, but it takes money came. Don't go ahead and make one of your finest kids. Get with me and you gotta go out there. No God to fit in my pocket. I got a lot of have no talking. I don't like to argue. Don't you see me with because I'm going to stop me, OK? I don't know. But are you following me? Packing a man gone. Just deal. The moment Get.

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