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The Drawing Board  Episode 53

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The Drawing Board Episode 53

"You're listening to the PODCAST DETROIT visit. WWW DOT PODCAST DETROIT DOT com before information. You now to din to the drawing uh-huh podcast a powerful thought provoking discussion where we talk about family relationships ministry community and Kareem Let's see what exciting guests we have on our show. Welcome welcome drawing or family. The drawing board nation. This is Andrea E. brand the host and the founder of the Drawing Board podcasts where we talk about family relationships ministry community and career and like I share with you all every single Tuesday that I make sure I have people who are competent who are passionate who are giving back to their communities. Who are empowering empowering? A Nation of new transcending and emerging leaders and tonight is no different tonight. We have on the show Miss. Lisa Davis Patterson. Welcome Lisa thank you. Thank you thank you for having me absolutely I'm glad to have you want and Let me let the people know a little bit about you. So Lisa Davis Patterson was born and raised by single mother in Detroit. Michigan better known as the D- She is a two thousand five graduate of CASS Technical High School. Okay shout that out all right yeah. My wife is a nine six grade so you know. Of course the is in the bill rain right and and after graduating high school. Miss Davis Patterson attended Spelman College in Atlanta Georgia where she received her bachelor's of science degree in biology. While now I know that was a lot of work and so your. HVAC you greg. I am representing the number one. Hvac you know co wrote there and it says upon graduating from spelman in two thousand nine. Davis Patterson came back to her hometown. Which is the D. and began her career as an uneducated? She has been in numerous positions from an academic interventionist to a data and assessment coordinator. And most recently a middle school who'll science teacher and now wait a minute. It says you completed your education program and masters of Science Degree in educational leadership from Madonna. Now I won't. I'll tell you that you know I went to tri state trying and when we play Madonna have to tell you we used to give you all the business. Okay we've Sport Basketball Okay and your best blessing is pretty good. Yeah that's what I'm trying to let you know. So no but Definitely you so I'm familiar with Madonna University in Livonia on you and it says Miss Davis Patterson are you have always been involved in your community. A Volleyball Coach of volunteer mentor and Tutor and his the faith is kicking in. So you've been a member of Greater Grace Temple in Detroit since you were eleven years old get or that means you got some good faith going going on inside all right so let's talk about it. there's so much more on your bio but like sounds like you just from the beginning had a passion in To serve and do what was in your power to do to empower other people. Tell me like where does that. Come from it definitely comes from my mother Being raised by her and seeing the things that she's gone through into seeing her persevere After a divorce with my father and being a single mother and making me making ends meet pretty much so Dec- in her work hard and giving back to the community. That was where it stemmed from for me before I even became a member at Greater Greater Grace Temple. I was a member of Renaissance Baptist Church which was pretty much where I was born and raised. My mom was also one of the Founding Board members for that church although that was where I pretty much started in my Christianity walk and then eventually on we ended up going over to greater grace so just being in the church and we all know the church gives back nick all the time so I think just seeing at around me all the time and seeing us excuse me Santa's do different With their with a clothes drive or can drive something like that so just being around that I think that kind of united something to show me they always have that passion to give back to others. Okay now let me ask you because education I I believe is a calling not just right and so like was that. Take me back to thirteen-year-old lease okay like take meet a thirteen year old. Lisa did thirteen-year-old Lisa. Always see ourselves teaching or being a teacher at what nineteen year old. She see her uh-huh when I was actually I did grow up with in the DPS district so it's a flicks For the most of my elementary career from kindergarten to fifth grade right after that because I grew up in flicks learning learning French. Excuse me so most of we. Most of the middle schools during that time didn't have French so my mom really wanted me to continue it so she found a middle school which was out in Farmington hills. It was a private school. That I went to for six Congra- and I literally I hate to say this but I did not like the school it was. I was very very few. That looked like me so that was a struggle in itself and by the time for me to go to eighth grade and my mom she kind of made a little like a little contract with me. Say Hey do what you need to do for sixth grade. I'll let you go to school with your your friends though eighth grade. That was you know thirteen pretty much. I was going to David Else Academy which was Which is affiliated with our church? which are which is greater? Grace eighth so I was able to go to school with my friends. The church. Yes Oh yeah okay so turn up all the way Israel yes we we would do you little silly things we would get put onto the hallway and we would do little things to make the rest of the class Laugh and that was literally the first time and the last time did did I ever got suspended. Wait a minute. We haven't suspension on the record. Buddy pull up power school right now so so yeah. I pretty pretty much had always had an issue not always had issue getting older around that thirteen. When you start filling yourself a little bit short mouth on you so I used to talk back and one one day? My teacher was asking me to stand next to her outside because she wanted to talk to. My mom and I told her I said I don't WanNa stand next to you. I WANNA stand where I'm standing. And then at that point she was like. Oh no no. We're going to the office and then my mom came in you know. She's wondering why she in this office because this is not a child that goes to the office. She gave me a suspension because I was being subordinate and gamma mom took home and she wore me out. Wait a minute you got the founding board member from our BC Renaissance Baptist Church now involved at Greater Grace Nash. She got to come up to the school is affiliated with the Church and hear about you getting smart with the now. Let me ask you a question and she now she redirected. You was it was. It was his soft verbal reprimand. No as I said it was the first and the last time that I ever got suspended was definitely that nice banking. It wasn't a switch off the tree. She left off my godmother so but it was definitely you know that belt situations though but I'm Gonna get together right so and you you've graduated from spelman. You got a masters degree. You're involved in some other the programs that we're going to talk about so that redirection helped. Here's a question for you especially because you're an educator your dean of climate and culture with Detroit Public Schools Community District St. What would you say for teachers or administrators for a child such as yourself right WHO had a lot of passion shen who was very vocal? You know and talk back. What would you say? What's the best way to handle to develop a children who you are outspoken? Like that so I think when I should say I think I know that with this day and age. The children are a lot different than how we grew up So we were growing up. It could be you get a spanking and that redirected too. I think would be with these children. A lot of them. need to understand the reasoning behind. Something so you you have to usually talk with them and explain why they're receiving the consequence that they're receiving And I think we also have they also are looking for us to show them. Okay okay if this is not what I'm supposed to do them. What am I supposed to do so I think they have that but I think you also have? There's some K now I like that works in most cases but not all you do very few oh cases where I think a spanking is necessary in order to redirect behavior honestly so But I've I've learned just through my position some of the kids. Just don't have anyone at home to talk to. Sometimes that's all that they're doing a lot of them are acting things out from what's happening at home and usually when you sit down and have the build that relationship with them then you're able to see okay. We're getting somewhere so now I can kinda help you because if you don't have the basic necessities where you come to school as as far as having closed clean clothes at that having a food to eat and how you know if you don't have those basic things how can you come to school and then you're able to function and be able to do your work and then especially if you don't feel like you have anyone else at home to support you and even if you do have someone to support you a lot of times the parents or whoever is taking care of them are always out working gene. So if you don't have anyone at home to be able to put things in place because kids need structure and they don't have that structure that's when I think they just Kinda go all over the place because they're looking for some type of structure firmly agree with you and I think that what you're saying is so important as it was so loaded. Is that your redirection must be coupled with relationship right at your your redirection. You must have an awareness of the child and what's going on with them If it is that they're lacking some. The basic necessities is so much easier to redirect someone after you fulfil need right so schools are now in a position where they are. Having to fulfill some of those basic necessities Fool shall not someone shelter food and clothing right Running after school programs. You know late into the evening so that you can provide that after school dinner snack meal whatever because some children may not get that when they go home and being. You said something that I thought was very important is that they have to have structure structure and order right. I think that is so important in all of my Bible believing saints. I heard y'all in my ear. Tom Whatever you do do it in decency and we know and in order but absolutely and I hear so. Here's the one thing that I would have and I'll pose a question to the drawing board nation. Those watching watching a could it be possible they. You are expecting something from a child that they have not been taught. I believe that's true And I think that that's that's why we have to build those relationships with them so that we can build that trust and at that point we can be able to reteach it and I. It's funny because because I sent out an email to the staff that I work with at my current school which is Detroit Lions Academy show Detroit data may so I sent out an email about a week or two ago and because I was really going through all of ours. Suspension is and our behavior referrals and looking at what date like. What Day of the week are they current on on Mondays and why why is a current on Mondays because they go home on Fridays back into unstructured environment? Just to come back to Monday a day. So now we have to retrain their thinking yell reprogrammed thinking in order to get back into that structure place. So I think that you know that's the main thing and that's why I with. Teachers would administrators anyone that comes into contact with a child. You have to build a relationship. I because even for me coming from the classroom if my kids would have listened to me if I didn't build those relationships with them I kept a real my students I let them know Some of the experiences. I've had ED when I've gone on trips. I've shown them pictures 'cause a lot of times they don't see that there's a world outside of the five mile or five block radius in which they live absolutely no hold on unpack that because some people may not know what that is so when you because that's that's educated or a community leader talk or the five block radius break that down for so for example if I if I grew up on the west out of Detroit on seven a mile outer drive okay. That's where I grew up so right around right down the street. I guess you could say from From Renaissance Highschool. So my about gradients would be like I have my side St Claire Rita And Margarita and then if you kind of walk around the block thing you have that whole street that's behind you so if I literally stay within those that block around tell me then that's all. I think that there is to life like I. Just come in. I go or if I'm going to school for example. If School is down the street it could be five five blocks away way. If all I do is go to walk or take the bus to school and I come back home and I don't do anything else then. I don't believe that there's any more to you. Know to empower me to do better and to go see better now. Once we start taking kids on trips to I Dunno cities that like no VI- or just taking them out of the state to go to Ohio for example they see. Oh wow there's a much bigger world than what I thought. Though exposure is is key for sure exposure is key I was just speaking with a young man and he was telling me that his I WANNA say his great aunt or he named two ladies in his family that they're well into their sixties and they had never left the neighborhood in which they grew up so that five block radius is a real thing it's the same influences Generally the demographic is the same the socio economic status generally the same and so literally. You don't see anything else. Reflected back to you. They would challenge you to think differently so one of my sons. I was just talking to him the other day about this because he got kicked out of class and I had to sit down and have a real conversation the station with him and I talked about. There's so much more to life. I'm like you're so young. You have so much more to do. And he literally was honest and said for you. There's a lot more to do and he broke my heart because I'm like. Oh my gosh like you're only thirteen fourteen year though you have so many things to do I'm like there's so much outside of Michigan there's so much outside of the United States states like there's countries for you to go visit and that takes education it takes money and I said not just any money legal money because we don't want you to be one under oath at also but just to hear that mindset. I know that there's a ton of other kids out there that think the same thing. And it's it's very disheartening. I think a lot of us who have gone through and come up through cities like Detroit for example is a are adapted pretty much. Educate our kids and talk about the other opportunities opportunities. That are out there for them because if they don't know that there's other opportunities they have nothing to look forward to so what would be And I'm just GONNA love this out. What would be your your recommendation to A family this currently working their way up and they find themselves being upwardly mobile so they might be coming out of the struggle. You're headed into like a middle class situation or even trying to break that barrier to transcend that set of demographics. Because I told somebody I say you don't know Speaking at trying I said being middle-class happens to be probably one of the most stressful things in the nation that somebody could be. I mean because because if you don't have something then you know it's a default. This is what you must do but when you have enough to not qualify for help nope But you don't have enough to make all ends meet grant. That's a stressful situation. It is you know and of course we go into I heard okay. I keep hearing linked. I listen financial literacy and all these other things teaching people the power of money circulating adults. I get that. But what would be your recommendation to and is generally Hundley a mother over your recommendation to her raising her children and let's say she doesn't necessarily have that culture mindset but she knows within herself she she wants her children have better. What would you say semi mom? I can say from the things that she did especially with her being a divorcee she pretty my my my I should say. My father was more of the breadwinner at the time so obviously once they got a divorce she kinda started had to start from bottom and Kinda worker way back up to where she was prior to So with her. She made sure that she found every single free program. That was available for me I know they still do. I believe they still do the magazine Metro Parent. Okay yeah I suppose I'll wait a minute. Wait wait a minute wait a minute. She made references my mother you know and then right so I know Rep. Metro parent is a good resource because they had a ton of free activities to always say the kids to My mom was a big avid avid person as far as education and she was a stickler on education. She always told me my job until it was time for me to get a job got. My job was to go to school in to get good grades so she would take me to the libraries. And that's where I would study if And everybody knows libraries are free. They have programs that come through libraries to be able to teach you about different subjects. They have tutoring that they have in inside of that. So just looking up different resources because there's so many resources out there especially Even if you're struggling and you need clothes or shoes there's so many different A lot of organizations who you know have the means to be able to handle things things out based upon your current situation so I think just research is where we have to start In Net just a simple. Hey let me just google quick. The area But I know that that was something my mom major that I had even though I didn't know it at the time that she was struggling because she never showed that side to me. Yeah she just wanted me to have the best best you know childhood growing up but for her she definitely made sure that I was exposed and that was her way of exposing me was to take me the library. Were just take me to the next city over and going to that library to be honest Just being able to ride down the street and I also think it was different than to because we didn't have all the cell phones riding in the car so when I'm in the car I'm looking out the window but these days you know kids are on their cell phone so a lot of times. They don't see where they're headed when you're in a car a and it's crazy because you ask a lot of them. Oh where do you live or what. What are your side-stream and what their answer? They don't I don't know what what's your mother's phone number. Can I get my phone. What is your address I live you. Don't know what is your know. What are the what are the what is as the physical number? I don't know missy exactly. Yeah but even reading at home reading e starting out the womb to be on this I I mean they could be three years old and you're showing them how to write their name. That goes a long way especially wants to toughen regarded preschool and kindergarten You can you can really tell especially when a student does come come into school. For the first time you can tell when they've had a parent or a guardian or a family member actually working with them prior to attending school because there are a lot farther along than other children in south reading at home is key as well. What do you think about this You know in Michigan Kindergarten is not mandatory right So children are not required are to go to kindergarten. Preschool is not mandatory Some people go through head start. A lot of people don't know. Are you a head start okay. So Oh yeah so when you when they talk about so my first job out of school. I was a family service worker for Historic Program. So we were talking about tracking the success of students. Who who were able to get that head start and like a lot of awesome people including yourself You know came through. Dr Arnn are doing amazing things. So I'm just saying like how vital it is to get introduced that word of Macadamia you know early. Those formative years you know gross motor fine motor the skills learning to articulate and enunciate and pronounce words like Flash Car. That helps a lot with a lot. Because if if you don't have that repetition it's very hard to catch on later on in life we're trying to learn how to do multiple -cation like I should as soon as the car goes up. Eight five automatically as forty in a few seconds to think why we shouldn't have to right now though just Just go into the dollar store and getting flash cards like they're only a dollar that's it. That's shoes one thing that that I hate it unless we had the means but my mom used to make me create my own flash cards and they all these index cards man tailings right. Listen right the word on one side and the definition on the back of media. I'M GONNA test you in fifteen minutes. You need to be ready okay. Then they compared to come to. You are are you ready. And I don't know how many scars if you haven't oh you know and it was And this is what I hear. A lot of parents say You know I don't have the time right and I guess I will say that you cannot not have the time right because the what is the cost of that right and the difference between like like building a life you know fighting through the struggle. What does that really look like you know and I think that's the question that no matter? What kind of money you have or you know what status you are in life that is the balance of parents The amount of time needed to be invested like face to face with your child as opposed to you going out trying wind to build what you feel right is a better life and I think honestly you make time for what you WanNa make time for. I think that's really what you have at. Lisa Davis Patterson quota you make time for what for what you want to make absolutely right. Would that put somebody put that in the COM. All right. Let's talk about well now. You are in a program right. Yes and this program a cohort of a s a urban superintendents Academy Adamy sponsored through Howard. You write so somebody said that our university is the real issue all my ham people in Washington. DC See and in your spare time. You love traveling. Spending quality time with family and friends serving as a historian for the Detroit chapter of the N. Double A. S. C.. And trying new adventurous things all right so now. Have you ever taken that the color tests or personality the personality analogize right. So are you orange like saying. I'm I'm both so I'm orange. I'm ago okay. Yeah I'm more of a goal you know orange but I'm both I I guess it would depend on like the Senate. Yeah it does because I am. I don't know of that I don't always get into the whole horoscope thing but I am Jim. I think maybe that's part of it is is Jim now. We don't know what's going to happen. It's it's it's interesting Learning that balance rehearsal and profession right and like professionally. I've seen you do your thing right. And I've seen unlike the different group chats how analytical you are how you breaking it down how you're structuring systems. These are things that we haven't shared with you but just sharing it with you now and I can tell that you are like about tracking this success right Finding out what successful in duplicating those efforts because one thing that I can tell you can tell me if I'm wrong. Is that wasting time for. You is a huge pet peeve. Yes yes I would say that unless I'm sleeping then. I don't consider that to be wasted. That right Sleep it is wasting time but I need to catch arrest last night. The question questioning. How many hours would I like to get? That's the question. Would you like probably like nine hours. But that is not realistic because I love sleep but but on an average night I've been doing a lot better. I will say because I vowed this year like I would go to bed on time and get up early so probably about seven hours. I will say on average six to seven hours. Yeah how much work I have to do. Because you are a dean of culture and climate We know that job never stops right as as you may never stops right. And then you're in a cohort more superintendents addressing urban America. Right right talk to me about that. Like okay actually have this cohort of is everybody an educator yes so everyone is pretty much an educator in some form some form or fashion but some of them are already chief staff thefts We do have like a couple of assistant. Superintendent or Deputy Superintendent Okay We have some like myself. Who are deans? We have principles In the north. Also oh a few students Actual doctoral students who are in the program as well okay But it sponsored through the ASA. So that's the American Association of school administrators straighter however they're more formerly known currently as the School Superintendents Association They have two cohorts. One is sponsored through our which is a in person so I fly lie out once a month to go to fly out to DC and we have our sessions there and then we have. There's another cohurt that's Mosser through USC which is University of Southern California oriented and that one is more online based I'm not sure if you Another technician Is A my cousin. I'm sorry my best friend's cousin Andre Townsville. So who's a assistant superintendent for Wayne Westland schools. And he's actually a graduate of the cohort through and he was someone who I really leaned on to kind to find out which cohort do I want to do. Because do I wanna go to USC. And then I can kinda save money on the flights or do I want to go to Howard and fly out once once a month and he was definitely really adamant on telling me no. Choose the our program that one person you really get to make those connections and networking they get to really learn who you are and see you face to face. So he was You know a big part of me choose into power which I thought which I believe is where I needed to be anyways but they go through We have homework assignments we have Online base where we have to go through and we read a lot. There's a lot of articles some things are even above. Of course my position. And it's really thinking like a superintendent intended and how to run a urban districts is definitely putting me on another level with my thinking which I which I enjoy we have great conversations and I'm in the room with people who are serving coming impositions that ultimately I would like to get to so hearing that wisdom from them. It helps a lot as good and you said something that I thought was very profound at that moment that I would like for you to give more breath too. Is You said thinking like a superintendent right and what is like. I know what that meant to me when I heard it. What did you mean when you said so for me at I believe obviously as a Dean and within our positions we think of the culture of the building and how it it should look and how it should sound and how it should feel and how we want our behaviors to look in the building as well but thinking as superintendent is on a larger scale? Because you're thinking about how am I going to grow this district. How am I going to take the district of this percentage where they are as far as academics and behavior and growing it to a place where any turner anytime will WANNA come to in the country and it can be done because we we have they have superintendents that come everything off? And they shared their experiences with us. They talk about how they grew their district so hearing that feedback from from them. That really set puts me in a mindset to see okay. These are some things that I can be able to implement. Lor Willan when I get to that place and it could be able to put these things in place to grow our district because honestly in urban areas we needed the mouth absolutely so here. Let me play Let me put some things as in juxtaposition right. So we talk about growing districts and we're talking about numbers and we're talking about proficiency in growth and all of those all these other other things and we're also talking about attendance all these different factors that go into growing schoo- What role do you believe the standardized testing? I know what role it plays now. Because when you talk about someone who's been successful second about being able to move the numbers proficiency in growth which are indicators what they I would say are indicators of student learning right And of course you can tell our already have a certain position you know on that but what what do you think are the major what. What are the major driving forces from a superintendent? Lynn's I'm GONNA call you superintendent days. Okay okay all right. I'm superintendent. Dr Davis Patterson go here. Put that in communist right there superintendent. Dr Davis Patterson Addison who knows it might be. I don't know every last name when no but from a superintendent lands from your perspective What are the most vital components to shifting that growth in growth in proficiency as relates to standardized tests? Well I I think we need to tackle the social emotional health piece okay because our kids are really going to a lot of things that we grown up didn't and have to go through didn't have to experience so when you can kinda tackle that peace and kind of zone in on putting them into mindset and being ready to learn then I think at that point you you can be able to. They can sit in front of a test now. Do I necessarily agree with standardized testing in some areas. It is needed because you WanNa see where the child currently as man where you're trying to get them to go but I also believe in equity okay if you don't have equity then what's the point because if I am going to school and I don't have the necessary resources that I need in order to be ready for this test. Then why are you giving it to me so in some districts. They're ready to take you because they have all all the resources that they needed to in order to prepare them for that test even in China. I don't know if a lot of people know this. But in China they start with Practicing those standardized tests winner the elements school okay. We don't start until about fifth grade or third grade third grade. They start in kindergarten with their so. They're constantly and then of of course they go to school year round. So that's a big factor of it as well but I'd just heard some educators. Say some bad words talking right I know but I I ah I did. I heard them. Don't put that in that in your mind. Obviously we might be good but for me. I'm always coming from the heart in from the a place of it's about the kids so I have to put sometimes my emotions and my feelings up on the shelf for the good of the of the child and I'm serving that child and I'm doing them justice at the end of the day I I can go home and acting to sleep if I'm not doing that. I'm uneasy and Nashes for me personally and I just I want us to get to a place that all educators we all think we think about. Okay if we're in this it's been this business or I should say of business. We're in this calling and we've been caught do work then. We have to do the work. And that's where that's where I met with this so just starting with that social social emotional piece but then also making sure that every single district in every single child has the resources they need in order to be successful than I have no problem with standardized tests but until that can what happened then the standardized session really technically be in place or if they are in place having a place for those that are ready to take it right and I'm glad she used the word business because because education is been yes it is a lot of people have turned it into cash. Or you know of course For those of us who are nothing thing for an hour just transparently I think for me. That is where I run into challenges in discussing Where the educational system is going because the seems like the higher you go the more impersonal? Because you're looking you know you just looking at the data you know you're not getting the back story or two narratives you have all these other things that you must take into account when making these decisions and in sometimes when you're sitting in that higher place of leadership the people the people who are subordinate to you may not understand the direction of division until you get there right right because because when you're in the we're in the grind and we're in the thick of it The midst of seeing that face that is coupled for you just as a data point right and I think that when you get people such as yourself who have worked classroom up those numbers look in a mean different things. But I have seen certain situations where you'll take somebody'll plug somebody from corporate America because they know how to manipulate data and they put them in know certain positions and they're trying to drive live You know school systems like we're selling widgets right And I it is the classic example when you're talking about widgets or is just a some material part the has no other narrative besides just for facilitating function. So thinking about all of that knowing what you're doing at DPS city the very proud of all of the work that you're doing. I actually love the fact that you kept the HP you trend from spelman power and and getting creative. Like all of the all of the stories that I'm reading from articles across the nation. I have not read an article to no date there. A school has saw substantial gangs without getting creative buying in that the entire staff regardless to whether it it was Saturdays or staying late like they literally dedicated their life to helping these young people improve right. So if we think we're GONNA get it that eight eight thirty to four thirty. It's going to happen happening and a I take that very seriously because at here. Here's there's a position where we have some of us that are doing right now. You know if some of us are coming early staying late working on the weekends working hard being diligent But there are some uh-huh saying that this system as an employee should serve me no We're in business to serve others and if you're if you don't Wanna serve or you are a servant leader at that then you need to go into another business honestly. I hate to sound harsh. But you know that's where it is if you if you're dealing with the child and these are future so if you're not going to have a positive change on this child then I don't believe that this is the place for you because they are going to be the next. CEO's in the next doctors and lawyers and you know you're the you're the first encounter of education that they see and a lot of times they because the teacher that they have they can decide with their. which way am I going to do? I want to come to this school every day and see this teacher or am I dreading every day that I go because I don't WanNa see this teacher so we have to think about that as educators and being in front of their faces And really get in like building it starting at that trust and building that relationship it goes. It goes back to that as well. But if you're not relationship builder if it's going to be hard to reach anti-child here's the million dollar question. Okay Okay Gargantuan. If you can answer this question we're GonNa shut the podcast down right now. We're going to package it and we're going to go across the nation and selling this answer. Okay okay all right. How do we restore the value system or people actually valuing and seeing the relevance of Education in Twenty nineteen how do we restore that value from a parent perspective? How do we bridge and build relevance For Children Children. How do we do that in this day and age right now? How can we because people don't come to school Because they don't see the value. Are you in right. Children are applying themselves. Because they can't look at the content see relevance right whether it's culturally relevant whether it's culturally responsive all the The stuff but seeing the relevance of how I can take this and do something with how do we restore the value system of seeing the importance of education. The the nation that's that is Gargantuan. That is a million a million dollars it is. I think a few days probably get through everything right but if I had to kind of break it down I would say looking at all the things that young people are interested into into today's world. Okay bringing those each of those components into the school system. I think would would help children to see the value in it I know growing up. The music was one of those things that started. It wasn't always be but it started to get big as they saw singer rappers and doing all these different things or seeing them. You know kind of live that lifestyle. They Wanna live so bring something like that into a school building that allows them that education piece. Something like this a podcast. And you wanted to be interviewer having this type of roundtable inside of a school I know they also have youtubers like the new thing for kids to do and having a class that teaches you. AWW Youtuber I mean just just thinking of different ways to be able to attract to get their attention because not every child wants to be a doctor. Not every child wants to be a lawyer feature all things that we always grow up and say we want to be But just really looking at what they're interested in today's world and bringing those things in and I think we need to bring that shop class and in all the The yeah homemade quality up whatever you call it now but yeah we'll make it honestly you know. Obviously we would love for everyone to go to college but Realistically everyone is not made for a for a four year college. Some people right for some people would do better at a technological logical type of school where they're learning all about technology and everything surrounding around surrounded around that or just learning how to work with their hands and I I know back in my mom's time when when she was going through high school they had those type of classes they had the shop class. They taught you how to be a construction builder in all of that so just bringing those classes back in to the school buildings. I think that would really Lee helping them. That can we can actually tap into what each child is interested because they struggle with just the basic math science social studies finglas. I mean we know why we need to learn English but as far as all the rest of them if they don't want to be a biologist or doctor they asked the question. Why do I mean science and I agree? I'll be honest for the last month. Children are now thirteen and twelve. And that's why you see I'd knew about okay. I that you like. My Mom's parents don't exist right right. Wait a minute right. No metro parents exists. Detroit pair network. They still are route. They're doing great work so tons of resources. But I'll this is just. This is e Brown one. Oh One right me if you want to weaken dialogue. I believe over the last ten in fifteen years that our children have gone through so many different pilots of somebody coming in for grant from and from Iowa from Wisconsin. You know talking about Urban America right and you piloting these programs and you swear up and down. It's about higher order thinking thinking critical thinking teaching our children to be able to apply knowledge across all subject matter so now is integrated learning then is blended learning minutes Singapore math. And then and I'm not listening I'm not downing any of these programs. They worked for who they work for But I will say is that I feel like in the educational realm. There's been a lot of people running around like a chicken with your head cut off because we are piloting new programs every single year and really need consistency and they say that a program where they show that a program does not get going until about that third hard year and then you really see it going fluently around that fifth year right but if we don't ever get to the third year and we're rolling something new in after year one. Then it's like you can't see if you're really works or not And I honestly I would love for the United States over Suggest have a universal if I if I you know when I get married and have kids needs if we move when prophesized out all right do you have a date has no go ahead go example. But I'm just saying if you know my if I build my family up in Michigan. I'm just out there now saying that I will. But if I'm if they're growing up through the school system in Michigan and we need to move to Atlanta in Georgia it should be saying paste. They must my kids shouldn't go to a school in Georgia and they're ahead of the class or even worse there behind the class. I think everything was. How did you go to it? Should it should look the same talk. The same even job wise if I have a job if I'm a principal in Detroit actually moved to DC and be a principal there and it should still be ran you know ultimately up under the same education. I think we have too many things going on Texas is doing their thing. Ohio's doing their thing California's doing their thing. It's too much going on like you said even with the programs coming in and I'm and I'm all for someone's program that actually works coming into the school system. I'm all for that but just having a consistency among the United States I think would also help a lot as well So and that comes from you know that comes from the government so yeah. That's a bigger and bigger piece to tackle the biggest game so two things. I was thinking you were saying that one. I was thinking The rebel militant piece of me was saying there's too much centralized control. I don't I need you know this one world. You know one one nation system as I I liked the thought of it the implementation of it I would love to see how that will roll out right and then also looking annette like What is the litmus test for innovation as a released education right so if I said I'm coming into I have a new design for a new vehicle or whatever by for years they're doing the drive that the raw type of Beta testing? You know they're gonNA make sure all my data is showing right. They WanNa make sure that before they change or modify out of five the part on that particular car which would put a lot of people at risk they want to have all of this back. Research Save is right but when it comes to programs innovative. Let's put in our children's lives at risk you bring into the educational system. What what is going? Yeah Yeah we don't we don't do enough research it's just like somebody sits down with you. They say oh this works and we have this research and that research. But it's like do you really have that much research you know. Have you really done it. Yeah so I think we we we hear it because we're all looking for something good. That's going to work for our kids which I understand but it's not you can't just say yes to everything Honestly and some things like you go going at prayer closet and pray about it honestly like before. I bring this programming here. Is that what you want me to do. You know is going to benefit. Yeah my kid's at the end of the day and and when I say like a universal as far as a you know a I'm just talking about as far as our subject area so with math. I know we using Eureka Math Africa. Mathis that new thing where it's supposed to teach the kids how to think and how to work through problems you know so if if your math is where it is then Rick Nash in everything. We'll stay it should stress. And that's what I mean like just having the same program in every single state that you go to because I couldn't imagine being a child and having to move to another state for whatever reason and not to learn a whole no new different program system sack. I think that could be very aggravating. Asked last a raise. Let me raise my hand and testify yet. So Oh Singapore math when My children were part of a certain school system and they were doing the Singapore math and I was like listen. Okay wait a minute minute. I learned it this way right now. You're going to do this with your children you can you say you you said nobody would just old hat and but here we go listen. I'm pretty good at math. Yeah I think that'll tell you dig it and we sit down. I was like okay. Let me look at the example. Alright okay I get what they're trying to do here and I've said let me show you it easier way to reach the same answer and you know my are getting markdown. 'cause they could easier the way they do it. They didn't do the marry crackly right. They took the shortcut. They still arrive at the correct. Answer the But here's here's here's my thing is. Please don't not of course because that was the way that I knew how to do it. So I had an argument to sustain is don't neglect the methods to have worked right right right just because we are innovating right this way now. This still works. We still come and we have the same conclusion in the same answer. Just because the methods are different right doesn't make it wrong right exactly because every child learns differently as we know especially through differentiation right in You know everyone's at a different pace in all of that so even when multiplication and they have a new thing with the latest method works for you do as long as you get the right answer. I'm happy you know so. Some people can do that once. I want do standard away whereas like all right put down zero on that line. And then you know keep on each line you have to multiply or each number. I says that you have to multiply. So it's like I agree with that. Just whatever works for that child let them go ahead and do that so so now. Let's Talk I want to get into your business now. Let's talk personally family. Our APP yes. Let's head and died. Let's take a deep dive in here. So you were saying that you love to travel right so if you had to pick your the three favorite places to travel right now. Where would you go that I have gone to work that I have who my three favorite favorite places our say Peres for sure? Okay London and Oklahoma we Will be the third choice. I guess I would say Greece. 'cause it was very Pity Ochoa yes and I have some other places in Greece that I would like to go to as well. I didn't get a chance to go through when I was there. But Yeah it's very pretty okay. So so is just the aesthetics that drives you what what is it about. Travel that you I love the culture. I love being able to see how other people live. How they pretty much is how they go about every day Go I guess I was just saying go round like on the everyday lives and just how they how their system is set up. I should say that Also so fashion because I love to shop so there's some different fashions in Europe that are different than in America. Now I know a lot of times. They are integrating certain things. But there's I honestly honestly there are things in other places they in other countries where you don't you don't see it in the United States unfortunately I love that about it too Also just in having those memories and for me. I am at the most piece when it's Sun and water if you give me by Sun and water that's I I like I just feel like that's my heaven in the sense that I know that sounds weird but yeah just at the most piece. When I'm on on water in in the John so I guess I'm a summer because I'm baby innocent so too I think probably pays a part of the signing water? Wherever that is I'm good okay? No that makes a lot percents me and of course you know now do we turn it out. We're going to be one of the deep Christians right now Z.. Because the sun represents the sun that's right right and the water represents is instant spirit of God you know. And when the sun shines upon the water asta son and the spirit. Nobody no but I get it Being among like that vast body of water Seeing the possibilities understanding that there is a spiritual connection to right God and his creation and saying that brings a certain race. It's something that you can't explain like how. How can I look out? But I don't see anything but water water how you know. How far does it go? How did he gave here? You know what I mean. It's just things that you just can't explain in that. Lets you or let for me that lets me know like there is a guy because how else could this have been done. And you know there's a lot of beautiful places to see and I definitely plan on traveling a lot more preach to appreciate babies. Patterson you said when you look account and all you see is water and to know win Should they even if you can't see the rest of what God has planned for you. It's all going to work together for your good and even if you say say back into listening you just listen to how the water moves and the waves is just so peaceful right. Tell them about it. I will take us to one of those moments. Where like paint the picture for us? Now you are. I saw one. You're like on a yacht or on a boat or something yes so I have a I guess this thing called Yacht Week and they have a lot of different destinations that you go to. You literally live on the APP out for entire week. You have your Your hostess which is the person who cooks your meals. You also have your skipper. The person who takes you around obviously and you're literally on this. I don't know what you call it but on this excursion for a whole week with people from literally not just around the country but around in the world okay. Oh I've met a ton of people from other countries and I don't think that there's anything really like it to be able to experience. Obviously you could just go go to another country and then you can meet other people and all that but to actually live with people like all my if I had someone that was from Australia and someone who is from Spain. How often do you? We live in a central area with someone from other countries that you possibly never visited before and you can be able to see how they live and talk to them about their culture and all of that though really we haven't experienced was was great and we. There was something that they had something planned for us each day and we will go to a different island in or not. Islands gives me a different city in in Greece. Each time that we were there so I got a chance to be in Athens. I got a place to be in It was like Hydra that with another city so just seeing the different against eighties. That was that was really nice. Okay all right great experience you know some people are wondering they said when. Are you planning the next one. They want to go to with Actually talking to my friend about that yest- last night actually about the next week. So I know he was. He's going to Montenegro. which is one under the decimation? No I'm definitely thinking about possibly doing that so we'll see but that I won't. That probably won't be my next show. 'cause that's not so August and I definitely have right right now because I want to tell my age but probably doesn't matter our week here but having right I don't look as I'll put it that way but next year I'll be thirty three right and we. We know as Christians that thirty three they say was the year. Jesus die so for me. I WANNA go back to that place where he walked so oh when I turned thirty three I want to Jerusalem and Bethlehem and all of that. That's that's where I wanNA walk where he will I do. Yeah go to fill that intimate connection with. Because I think if my Jesus year so why not spend it well oh listen. She shouted out so everybody turned into thirty. Three is going to be on instagram and facebook. This is this is my Jesus year right. This already exists absolutely. That's probably it probably doesn't exist. This is my Jesus year. It's my thirty three s good. So he died he was buried and resurrected And so you're talking about major transformation like I I see already you know big things on the horizon for you you you know I mean you. Yeah these are these. Are the things that you already have planning your heart and right right. Yeah you already have it like you know and you just say okay Lord as you lead and grinding direct me will get to these places right but let's go back to this yacht week before eventually down there so I hear somebody saying. Is it a turnaround yet trip. Now but the non joking I'm joking but with all of those things said I just would like I don't know if your mom is watching. I think she is watching. But I just want this to be like a true testament that when you sacrifice for the assignment that God has given you as a parent you end up with a a daughter like Lisa Davis Patterson Who has impacted the city of Detroit? this nation and the world. So Oh don't take for granted your current sacrifice and I know it's challenging. You have to put some of the things you want to do to the side and see all of these pages about you. Know Mama gotta gotTa have a life too and all okay. Listen you have a huge assignment to raise somebody. What if mom had not sacrificed thing about all of the children that have upset under her tutelage that have sat in her classrooms that have been inspired and motivated and you know have changed their life because she has been before them this? What's your mother's name? Sheila Sheila Davis Wiley. Okay Yeah I can call her she let me I gotta call them wildly all right because Mrs Wiley. He made a commitment to the lore to go ahead and do what was necessary to raise you. and to you know allow you to venture and allow you to build your life bump non-jews I know she told you got to be home. streetlight a set structure order systems That led you to where you are. Now I just WanNa say thank you to her and thank you to all of the MOMS. You know that are out there sacrificing and doing well so shout out to you. Miss Lisa Davis Patterson and I don't know about this Montenegro trip. We gotTA check this brother out with his brother's going to Montenegro. What is his next question? Now let's go to my mom. He tried to get her to Montenegro. He Eagle Charter. No anyway we tabled that with five minutes left Please let them know how they can get in touch with you so you can email tell me. My email. Address is L. D. V. P. A.. AOL Dot Com. I'm also on facebook. Same thing first and last name. Lisa Davis Patterson and INSTAGRAM IS UNDERSCORE LISA. Marie eighty seven. I do have a twitter account but I'm not really active on twitter so we'll just leave it at the email. If you need to email me about any questions or concerns learns that you may have or follow me on those social media outlets and you also have a tutoring company Tudor Right. So I do tutor at Lear Adler Adler elementary in Southville My one of my desires is to have a tutoring company that can help. Our urban students already done Matt added goes on. The Shelf is coming to pass. Jesus Year Twenty twenty. Let's do it all right so you can catch her Montenegro next year. All right right you can catch her on the trips you can catch her in the nation you can catch her doing great work for deep. ESCD next year. Oh you'll catch her with her own tutoring program to help children. In urban areas begin to leverage their brilliance and go ahead and let them know as your homegirl would say That they are a genius right and so on and But I definitely WanNa let you all know as I always share at the conclusion inclusion of our interviews that your future is not behind you and it is not before you it is within you and it's just a matter uh of time again. Lisa thank you for being my guest. Let's get back to it tomorrow. They gave us that phone call. They said officers will be open tomorrow. I also listen. God bless you all look forward to seeing you all next week.

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GSMC Entertainment Podcast Episode 75: Aretha Franklin Will, Kim & Kanye Spinoff

GSMC Entertainment Podcast

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GSMC Entertainment Podcast Episode 75: Aretha Franklin Will, Kim & Kanye Spinoff

"Is maybe the night them, which is my left me no honest full shoe, honest full. Tell me what you do to me. Nothing new. TIMMY, you could bring a bullet. Bring swore bring a more, but you can't bring the TIMMY, Alexa, play Kendrick, Lamar and says, okay. With Amazon music avoi- says, all you need get tens of millions of songs, download the Amazon music app today always girl, but the day just will be without your Hollywood Phipps flip Golden State media concepts under ten podcast. Take care of that. All inclusive luck of pop culture. Greetings good people, the planet earth and the known universe. You're listening to Golden State media concept, Attaima podcast. This your captain Keith hall as well. Got some entertainment for you today. Yes, yes. We're going to change up some things to we're gonna have some fun. We're going to have more and more fun you to wash the entertainment podcasters grow to boldly go, no one's gone before to reach out new universes. Yeah, I'm kind of paraphrasing their whole legendary mile from TV show. That's all I'm gonna say anyway. Teamin news gossip. It's not for you first and foremost, let's get it going Angelina Jolie and Brad. Pitt have reached an interim custody arrangement. So when you use the word interim in custody with that's telling me you're saying temporary. Okay. Amit Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's heated custody battle over their six children together. The two recently, we should interim custody arrangement a source close to the situation states according to the source Jolie. Pitt help had a plan custody hearing though it was no longer necessary to reach the green at this time. They're not details on the specifics of the agreement. Their source says, the interim arrangement was agreed upon by both parties after it was recommended by their custody valuator. There was no longer a need for the hearing the source adds. Additionally, the source states that Angeline as enjoying the last days of summer before school starts adding, she is helping the children, he'll with their father. That's good. Attempts have been made to reach out to reps for both Jillian pit. Gillian pits custody bet on made headlines again earlier this month after four, three, zero to actress accuse pit of not paying any meaningful child support for year and a half in a court filing and said, she is planning to get a court order for mandating that. He pay it pits. Lawyers response one day. Later in court papers obtained states, pit denied that he hasn't paid insignificant child support and when he paid Jolie over nine million dollars since this attempt two thousand sixteen split yet, that's quite a child support payment. Just saying that, yeah, that's next level respondent has previously loan petitioner eight point zero million to assist her eight point million to eight million. Okay. Eight million to a sister purchasing her current residents and has paid her as pay over one point, three million and bills for the benefit petitioner. And in the minor children, the documentary pits lawyers offered shout to Joey in her lawyers, writing Jolie's lawyers previously made no mention of any child support issues in that. The effort to schedule hearing on the subject is calculated to increase conflict. Petitioner's request is unnecessary amidst material information, and as Finley effort to manipulate media coverage, the court filing meat while, but in a statement. The statement, one of these lawyers. Samantha Belaid Dijon are the law offices of belie- or Blais and Blais said that Joey's request for child support was both legally appropriate and factually accurate respects jelly spokesperson. Mindy. Ni- also stated in a statement at the time that the actress actually just wanted to move the divorce process for with her Nucor filing. The claim of Antoninus routine court found is to provide closer to the marriage in a way that clears a path to the next stage of their lives and allows her in bed to recommit as devoted co parents to the children. The statement read the research drama came after Julia was ordered by judge in June to help prepare children's relationship with fifty four year old, Brad Pitt according to the court documents obtained at the time, the actor now get more time with five of his children fourteen year old packs. Thirteen year olds. Hira twelve year old Shiloh and ten year old twins Knox Vivian over the summer while sixteen year old Maddox because of his age maturity can determine how much time he wants to spend with his father. Separate source states, Jillian are far from the finish line when it comes to they're going to voice. States Angelina loves her. Children wants the best for them. The source said the trouble is she feels the best for the kids is for her to have sole custody. She has prepared to do what it takes to get what she wants. Everyone involved has tried to explain to Angeline in there, happened to parents in their children's lives. It's healthier in the long run, but she does not see it that way. Bradley, and I have been encouraged repeatedly to settle this divorce amicably for the children's sake. But Angelina expectations have actually slowed the process and have affected everyone involved. There that is. So we'll have more on that one that star keeps on developing because it's still a developing story. So and yes, folks, good people, the planet earth in the known universe keeping up a kind. Yeah. Is back. Kim Kardashian and kinda west open up. Excuse me, Kim Kardashian and Cayenne with open to a fourth child. Yep. Kim Kardashian, west and Kanye west and not opposed expanding their family. The pair are ready, shared three, the pair to share three kids together north five Saint to Chicago Seven months. But a source close to the couple tells states that if a fourth child is in their cards, they would be static with the new edition. Kimiko have always wanted the big family. The source says, Kim low growing up with love. Siblings wants the same for her children as kind. Yeah. He also loves kids their source says, and what have as many as possible. Kimiko had a positive surrogacy experience with Chicago. And I've talked about that as as the plan for the next child. Their source adds at that unfortunately, doesn't pan out. The couple has talked about possibly going through the adoption process. Chemically know that whatever is meant to be. We'll be right now. It looks like they're just focused on having a good time on vacation. And in more baby news, it sounds like Kim isn't the only one from her famous family who's considering fourth child earlier this month? Courtney Kardashian review the interview that she's also open to the idea. Yes, folks Courtney's the oldest tradition out of the siblings. I think that thought is always in the back of my mind according who's already mom to eight year old son Mason six year old daughter, Penelope and three year old son rain with her ex Scott Disick never say never. The possibility of to market action babies? Well, we only had one reaction to that. So prior to baby shy arrival Kim at minute. Last of ember the circus was much harder than she anticipated. You know, it is really different. She shared anyone that says or thinks is just the easy way out is just completely wrong. I think it is so much harder to go through it this way because you're not really in control, and you know, obviously you pick someone that you completely trust and that you have a good bond and relationship with, but it is still knowing that I was able to carry my first two babies and not my baby now. It's hard for me, so it's definitely a hard experience anticipate it just in the control area. I hated me and president and I never thought I'd ever. I thought this was going to be so easy, but you know, even. And how much I hated it. If I could do it myself, I would have preferred that she had. So the inner struggle is kind of hard, but I'm just rolling with it and it is. It is what it is. Understood. Cardi b. offset share first glimpse at baby culture in his coaches, Bill with the k. pitch of Cardi b. an offset. Hasn't. Cardi looks good. A literal glimpse before you get to excited. It's not a, it's not a full photo culture. Just a tiny little snippet after this past weekend's MTV VM a prank Cardi one stage holding a blanket, teasing the honest with possible friscos for a newborn seem to only necessary to show a tiny piece of cultures forehead for the Graham Cardi's, latest Instagram of low shows her offset staring down at their little love our. But unfortunately, the full look at their newborns crapped out culture, cash, caption photo. Just yesterday, Cardi updated fans on the new track. They saw her wrapping to at atlantics the after party. After the Bharti gang was seriously trying to get her to release the be. She had a follow up, let them know what's up. It's not my song, but hopefully it comes out soon. I did the video for when I was five months pregnant. She tweeted if anything, we know that Cardi is hoping to drop four or five songs by September first and they will. They will be tracks simply didn't fit on invasion of privacy. Okay, that's that's. That's fine. That's fair. I can dig it. So, I mean, there's no privacy is doing very well for you. I like you like, that's all over the radio. Be careful of me. I mean, Cardi b. is definitely not on what hit wonder, bodak yellow, which is the beginning, it's her time. So Asia are gentle alleged statutory rape victim. Jimmy Bennett speaks out. Here's the report. So been wants to clear his conscience as ours draw along more details from the Asia Gento statutory rape story comes to to the light as first reported by the New York Times. Gentle paid former child actor, Jimmy Bennett, three hundred eighty thousand dollars to keep sound about a sexual interaction between the two been originally start with gentle and the hardest deceitful above all things and two thousand and four. When he was only eight years old, the to stay close for years and gentle allegedly took advantage in it when he was seventeen years old. The two at the Ritz Carlton hotel in marina del rake, California may ninth two thousand thirteen. A fact that verified verify pitch on Instagram account. I gentle denied that she had sex with Bennett claiming that the two were friends and that she former lover. Anthony Dame pay been at the money to help him out of toughen interest. Gentle didn't share the behind. The scene picks. But unfortunately for her teams heated. They also shit ledge text messages of her admitting to sleeping with Bennett. Now Bennet is speaking up for himself for the first time since the scandal became public. He released a statement to the times where he admits the he did have sex. He has maintained the story that he was taking advantage of. I tried to quote, I try to seek Justice in a way that made sense to me at the time because I was not ready to deal with the ramifications of my story be becoming public unquote Bennett wrote in the statement quote at the time, I believe there was still a statement to being in the situation as a male Nash decidedly. I didn't think that people would understand the event that took place from the eyes of a teenage boy. I did not initially speak out about my story because I chose to handle private with the person who wronged me. He said. Quote, my trauma resurface as she came out as a victim herself, I have had to overcome many adversities in my life, and this is none of that will deal with time quote he continued. I would like to move past event my life and today I choose to move forward no longer. Silence. Okay. All righty. TI defense, Catholic school girl against demonic censor, but holes who pulled her from class. This is really a byline. I mean, okay. Well, I'm definitely gonna be the story about. I'm just like he actually, but apparently that's a quote, so. Okay. Okay. Pitcher TI here sitting in a chair looking like what. With his New York knick with his New York. Yankees had on the girls here style is said to have been against school policy. So another kid is being punished for sporting their natural hair video has been circulating online that shows the incident involving an eleven year old named faith. The girl was pulled out of class for racking braided hairstyle acquaint rapper TI who share the video with log caption. The school officials who made this decision are deplorable, he bashed Christ the king school, which is located in Los Angeles. So wait a minute. So there is a school called Christ, the king school. Really. That's the name for the school. Okay. You should be ashamed. So his TI quote, you should be ashamed of yourselves, although I know you aren't. This young lady is beautiful and her hair's perfectly fine. Unless of course you have an issue with black people's here in general in in generally, or is it that you intended to publicly ostracize humiliate these young ladies. So they'd be ashamed of who they are and how they look making them feel inadequate because they aren't your version of beautiful. That's the only explanations I can conceivably come up with. He also made sure to include some words of encouragement for the young people who are made to endure this type of discrimination quote to these beautiful young ladies who endured this covert application of bigotry, disguise the school policy. I want you to know this. Your hair is beautiful. Your skin is beautiful. Your minds are beautiful. And now only that you're so under nine undeniably, beautiful and brilliant that you threaten anyone who tells you otherwise to the point that they're willing to stoop to levels as low as this too. Courage, you see your give up on your goals and never reach the levels of greatness. They know await you, please don't let them win and caps more from this TI story. Well, actually that's the end of it, but it's accent. I won't talk about that, but I will have to spray. You see 'em to embroi- lag lag. I would that in this, hey, we hit. We've. Alexa play Arianna 'Grande. Okay. With Amazon music voices. 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The TI was so supportive, and I really like what he said in his message on Twitter to those girls about how they're beautiful and they can be whoever they want to be and how they're smart. You don't usually hear rappers, talk like that. So. Yeah. So you know, when I look forward to this being more positive stories about rappers and their portrayals of women and you know, so. Yeah, so that was that's great. TI said on that. So they're supportive thing. That's very cool. So going to change it up a little bit. So I wanna talk to you guys about other things that are entertaining and things that I just kinda surprised me. So let me tell you about that. So I was shopping in the store about two weeks ago looking for something. I think it's probably some music or film, and I came across something that I, I thought I'd never see again that I hadn't seen since I was a kid, yes, folks, old school video game system Atari tarry flashback. It's called Atari flashback. Eight classic game console council. So back in the day before. Four. There was Sony PlayStation before there was. The x. box with the whole. You can now gain video game online with other people and all that good stuff before all that. Once upon a time, there was a Tari with Super Bowl and the volved talk to your tire tween six hundred. Then you had and television and coleco vision. These were all video games that kids could play, and it's just kind of find out because. You know, they were joysticks. They weren't call controllers. They were just all joysticks and they were all different. So I was just imagine my surprise when I saw the brought back. I mean they're calling it and claiming Atari flashback eight. So let me read you the description of what about the item. The Atari flashback eight classic game council returns their new value price to dish in complete with a hundred and five all-time favorites amazing. New additions to the game lineup, include activision 's legends like pitfall, Kabunda and river raid to wire controllers thought after the Atari twincities hundred twenty six hundred originals I'm -cluded as well as to legacy controller port to add your own optional wire joysticks or panels, so you can add. He might have been able to add back in the day to, but it's compatible with the tar twin. Six hundred mile compatibility. Data stores, drag capacity, five hundred, twelve megabyte, hard drive capacity. I'll put type s video. So. I think that's cool. I haven't seen anybody by this video game yet, but I know they will. So let me tell you about the classic video games on pitfall. They didn't mention Donkey Kong or space invaders. I mean, if you're a kid and you had that game back in the day, you were doing something you would like to cool kid on the block if you had Atari twenty six hundred. So I look at the joysticks now you know, it's black and it's got to stick and the red button. It looks archaic, but it was so much fun and that was what you used. I mean, it's in two thousand eighteen like that was the controller? Yes. And at the time that was state of the art now that gonna dare you had to buy these games. So I was surprised that they put like one hundred and five of them in here. So. I think that's amazing. So like I said, I haven't seen anybody by these video games yet. I mean the these retro flashback video game system. So there's the busy Atari flashback a classic game console and then but wait, as they say, there's more then there's the Atari flashback gold. So, and I'm still not totally sure. What. The differences with the goal. Okay. So the goat the go clues HD cable. Power to HDMI. Okay. So high definition, the difference, suppose with that. Lightweight, slim design. So that one has a hundred twenty built in games. Okay, so it's got fifteen more games. So the goal has one hundred twenty more games. Excuse me. Goal has fifteen more games. So one hundred twenty for the Atari flashback gold for the regulatory. Flashback eight classic is five. Okay, so that's fine. But yeah, so like one of the going prices on this, I mean, and this systems, it's under fifty dollars. Well, so. Okay. You can go to like if you go to your local retail store, your store chain. The Thai flashback eight. Yeah, that's under fifty bucks. And then the flashback goal is like under seventy bucks. But now. So, but I haven't. I didn't even go to Amazon yet to see and I'm gonna talk about that in one second to my theory, what's going to happen? What's people realize these games? These video games are here in vailable. So, yeah, the the goal, the Atari flashback goal deluxe is on Amazon. And. What's part of prime what's again? Yeah, so that's under under seventy dollars. So. But now let's see for the regular one. So you can get this video game, flashback video game system. You can get this at your local brick and mortar store or retail store, and you can get an Amazon and once again. Yeah, it's and that was under fifty dollars is well. So the prices are pretty competitive, whether you're brick and mortar or go online to shop for it. Now there's also flashback portable game player. All right. Yeah. So where you can play games like pacman, these are all classic game back in the day. So now what I didn't tell you that. To say this, but wait, there's more so tarries not the only one who got into this, so apparently so you can get intendo system, the classic entertainment system the Nintendo super. Any s Sega, Genesis classic say, Genesis flashback. So. If you're playing the whole new, say the video games and you're like, you know, in high school junior high imagery and your parents are like now playing just now. I'm good good way to bomb what your folks. You get one of these games, they know all about it. They may tell you they don't don't believe they do. They were playing. All the parents portion of, they know all about this to be more familiar with this. But yes, so seems like everything's come back out with exception of in television and coleco vision. Yeah, Sega Genesis. They're here and ten. Those here. So I predict that come Christmas time. Those games are going to be flying off the shelf. Those video game consoles. Because right now people are people just don't know that there there hasn't register, but once Christmas comer comes around, they start thinking about, oh, well, you know what? What's going to be a good Christmas head. I've got two nieces and I'm probably going to send him this. I'm going. Yeah. Yeah, that's gonna be a present to them. They don't even know what yet. But yeah. So I predict that these video game systems, these flashback these throwback classic games that pave the way for PlayStation XBox. Yeah, there people are going to be buying these because right now you have a lot of people by more music vinyl. Then CDs CDs are still being made, and there are still local, independent record stores, amount of pop shops that are some CDs. So they're still here, but a lot of people's, especially like the millennials, they're purchasing vinyl and the vinyls even more expensive than it ever was. So it's very interesting how things can come full circle history, Kim, repeat itself, and sometimes it's, you know, it can be a good thing. It doesn't have to be a bad thing. So. Yeah, I just wanted to mention that to you guys, entertainment land. Yeah, you can go out and get an Atari system or Sega Genesis system. And you can get the the compact system to the portable ones. This is crazy, never thought, I mean, but it's actually kind of bringing idea to bring this back. Yeah, this is pretty cool. So, yeah, you can go to your local brick and mortar retail chain's store that she usually shop at and if you can't find it there, you can go online and get it. Definitely. But it's bailable. I'm like I said, this is going to fly off the shelf. Come Christmas Mark. My words. But he has wanted to Mitch Nettie. You guys just find it very fascinating. And yeah, like I said, I think I'm going to do that. Yeah, I'm gonna get that for my nieces. Definitely. I think they'll have fun with that. So. Yeah, so Nuff of that. Okay. I got caught up in the games. So a more entertainment news, pink staffs concert to hug teenage girl who just lost her mom. Yes is very moving. Pink just proves yet again, that no one takes care of their fans the way she does. And we love to hear the musicians, love their fans and are nice to them like the best thing ever. One of the best things ever so doing her concert in Brisbane Australia on Monday. This past Monday, the Sasha stopped her concert when she noticed one particular sign in the audience. It read, my name is Leah. I'm fourteen years old. I lost my beautiful mom last month. I would love hook, please. The beautiful trauma singer quickly headed into the crowd to lashing fan after giving the fan who's whole name is Liam Murphy. She gave her an autograph and posed for some self. He's. Murphy's mother, a diehard pink fan had planned to attend the singer's concert in Sydney, but sadly die before she could. That's sorry to hear that her daughter had planned to use her ticket. However, the concert was postponed because pink got ill so Murphy's aren't Katrina Dunkin bought a ticket and took her to the Brisbane concert at sweet. And prior to the concert, Duncan sit out on a mission to see their niece got a hug at the show. So she posted online social media. Okay. Guys, help me out. She captioned a photo of Murphy and her mother today. Sweet picture. Debbie leeann leeann are going to see at pink Monday, twentieth in in Brisbane, most of, you know, Leah and Harvey lost their beautiful mum. Deb recently, we are planning on dancing for depth the whole night. If you can share this as much as you can hope that at paint might see it in a hub that's over hoping for. And then quote, we couldn't believe it worked docking told the court, the courier mail. She hugged him. So tightly cried, it was so beautiful. So meaningful with her mom sent her a hug from heaven. When pink got back on stage, she made a simple request, her fans and attendance. Everyone call your mom. She said, I don't care if it's two o'clock in the morning, and you're stupid trunk. Call your mom. That's a nice recommendation. Yeah. So that's that's really moving story from pink. Very cool. And you can see an instrument because actually go into into the crowd and taken selfish with their then get back on stage. So that was really nice. And. Let me get back from break. Kylie Jenner appears to avoid Nicki Menaj on the where carpet. Amid Travis Scott drama. Talk about that after the break is Ron, is. Is launch somebody. Body fun. Somebody. Alexa play hits from Queen. Okay. 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Kylie Jenner appears to avoid Nicki Menaj on the amaze red-carpet Amit Travis Scott drama. Oh, man. I love this. Kali Jenner is steering clear of Nikki is a video posted by teams. You know, Wednesday shows the twenty one year old reality star, stopping on a tracks upon seeing the wrapper on the red carpet at the two thousand eighteen MTV video music awards on Monday. Photographers and fans cheer Menashe's name outside. Radio, see, musical as she makes her way down the carpet. While those the other side cheer for Jenner things. Get awkward as Jenner walks. Twit. Manashe sees her gives a look to her assistant, then seemingly tries to make a beeline straight for the or at least outta Monagas way. Menashe has repeatedly caught out Jenin Travis Scott. After his album, Astro world was deemed number one on the billboard hot two hundred chart. Following the release Menashe's album. Queen on Tuesdays episode of Queen radio on apple, music beats one Menards accused Scott of using jenner's Fain to promote his music and call them out for selling merchandise and tickets for upcoming tour with album downloads, having those count as album sales. What we're not going to do is have that oughta to man selling effing sweaters telling you he saw the half a million albums because he didn't when ask lamed the twenty six year old rapper, she then went after Jenner, adding you stupid f you got your f- you got your effing homeboy talking for you and you got your girl from selling tour passes, stop it. Knock at the f. off. Okay. I mean. If he sells records, he sells records and sells merchandise, sales merchandise. So that's all kind of really interesting. Okay. And sadly. Reported. Last podcast I last week in the entertainment podcast where Mr. Ritter plant was sick, she did pass away August sixteenth of pancreatic cancer in peace, Queen rest in peace, Mr. Franklin. And on that note, I have a follow up story to that. Third, Franklin leaves no will for eighty million dollar state. Aretha Franklin had no well at the time of her death, the Queen of soul diet with no will transfer reported eighty nine state that comments obtained Franklin's for children. Clarence sixty three at sixty one Ted fifty four and. Kika. Forty-eight father document Tuesday, enlisting themselves as interested parties in her state. Franklin's needs to bring Owens asked the court to appoint her as personal Representative of the state and the cases, a scientist, judge Jennifer Callahan. I was after her for number of years to do a trust Los Angeles attorney down Wilson who represented Franklin for twenty eight years told the Detroit Free Press. It would have expedited things and kept them out of propane, kept things private. According to Michigan law, Franklin's kids will inherit everything. People have tried to reach out to Franklin's Repin attorney for comment. He has, like I said, the music icon the Queen die from advanced pancreatic cancer of the neuro and Indian crying and of the neuro endocrine type on August sixteenth. She was seventy six years old. Following the news of her death. Franklin's family issued a statement. And one of the darkest moments of our lives, we are not able to find the appropriate words to express the pain in our heart. We have lost the matriarch. Iraq of our family, the love she had for her children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews, and cousins knew no bounds. The statement read, we have been deeply touched by the incredible outpouring of love and support. We have received from close friends, supporters and fans all around the world. Thank you for your compassionate prayers. We have felt you love for Retha and it brings us comfort to know their legacy will live on as we grieve. We ask that you respect our privacy during this difficult time. And yes, there was a lot of different on the radio this past week in it was nice to hear. I was even in the cafe earlier today prepping for my source material for my podcasts for today for this podcast. And as I was coming across the story she was on, she was over the speakers play. It was. It was real cool. So pants will be able to pay their respects to the legendary singer during public viewing at the Charles h. right museum of African American history, Franklin will line state from nine AM to nine PM on August twenty eighth and twenty ninth. Franklin's funeral, which will be held at ten AM August thirty first at Detroit's greater great. The greater grace temple will be limited to just family and friends. She will done. She will then be entombed. There would launch humanitarian Detroit alongside her father, Reverend Reverend seal Franklin brother, Ceasar Franklin, just as Carolyn, Franklin, armor, Franklin, and nephew. Thomas Garrett. So. And then after doing that story, there's already a follow up there. Franklin singers partner and sounds at war over eighty million state the Queen of soul. Yeah, we already mentioned that just recently. Celebrity and size reports, Franklin live with local firefighter, Willie Wilkerson for over three decades before she died. But when they got engaged in two thousand twelve, a tablet report claim that her sons had concerns that he was still their inheritance. She later called off the wedding, but the to contain their relationship, her sons Clarence sixty three or sixty one Ted white, junior fifty, four and key cap. Cunningham forty eight. Have all been involved in a career. Have reportedly found a document listing themselves as interested parties and representatives of the estate. They free press reported to under Michigan law. If an unmarried person dies without a will, here's a her assets are divided equally among any children and their two sons founding. Franklin's niece has asked the court to appoint her as personal Representative. Mary mention that part of k, however, insider close to Wilkerson says that he thinks is only fair that he gets a portion of Frank was the state, but it sounds at attempt to keep their moms money in the family. You know what? If he was married to it, that'd be a different story, but you're just the boyfriend. So legally there is? Yeah. Franklin's lawyer for nearly three decades said that the constantly the he constantly asked her to do a trust, but she never got around to Los Angeles attorney down. Wilson also states. I just hope Franklin's estate doesn't end up getting so hotly contested Wilson said any time they don't leave a trust or will there always in the being a fight. So we'll give you more news as it develops in that story. And as I promised y'all. Keeping up Konya Kim Kardashian addresses possible reality show with Kanye west. Okay. Kind gate west sightings on keeping up with the car. Dashing are few and far between, but as it because he's meant to take center stage. Kim Kardashian west opened up about whether she and her husband would do a spin off reality series together in a recent interview. And she didn't say it would never happen. It just doesn't seem likely. I don't know. I don't know if that's something he would do. She said, but you know, I wasn't Miami recently and it did make me really miss Courtney and Kim take Miami. So I don't know. That would be really fun to revisit that. Kim according take Miami air in two thousand nine after khloe Kardashian tied the knot with Amar Odem khloe and Lamar went onto have their own reality series called you Chloe on the line, which for two seasons in two thousand eleven two thousand twelve before they split route could also had his own spinoff for black China title, Robin China. But that only ran for one season two thousand sixteen before they also broke up. Meanwhile towards states that Kim and have other things on their mind. Right now, like, like I said before, possibly expanding their family. The couple has three kids five year old north two euro Saint seven-month, Chicago. There would be so staff become parents force. We'll see. Chemical. You have always wanted to big family. The source said, adding the kind here with many kids as possible. And Kim now growing up with a lot of siblings wants the same furniture and in more entertainment, his Ben athletes seeks seeks help and back in rehab after intervention by Jan garner. So been has arrived at a live in rehab facility, and we'll check in for an extended period of time. Jeffer- garner has staged an intervention to help in Aflac and TMZ was to I report this has been want to help and agreed to go to rehab. Jefford went to bench Pacific Palisades home Wednesday afternoon to sit down with her strange husband, begging him to get help. We've learned been, didn't get didn't. We've learned been, didn't need begging. He knows he needs help and was recessive Ben drove off at around six PM Pacific standard time from the house and sources say that that's nation is rehab. Facility sources, say, Ben will enter silly LA county. We just found out they stopped a Jack in the box and route to to the rehab place. We told we're told Ben fell off the wagon a while ago has gotten progressively worse. So this is breaking store. There happened today. Actually, our sources say the tipping point came two days ago when Jin saw a Ben grabbing a box deliveryman about filled with with a box filled with beer and liquor. I'm looking at that picture. Okay. Yeah, been has been to rehab before back in two thousand and one for alcohol abuse. He also went back to. We have last December gen file. For divorce neighbor, two thousand seventeen two years after they announced their split. The former couple remained close partly for the three kids, and they're still not officially divorced. Ben showed signs of excessive drinking. When he took his date playboy playmate, Shauna Sexton to Nobu Malibu last week. His face was blotchy and he looked to shoveled. Yes, he did. So while we wish you like athletic, so the help that you need to, you know. So once give you guys that story. And this other stuff I want to talk about too. So. Well, my save some more got some more other interesting entertainment stuff. Like I said, we're going to be branch. Now we're going to be covering all kinds of different things that are all under the realm of entertainment. So let me tell you that you. I'm sorry, folks. Okay. Compose myself. Hear Madonna response to backlash following her with the Franklin tribute. And mind you. I just saw the the picture of her at the VM as last night. I saw. Her tire. It was interesting. Madonna's explain herself after fans of with friendly, went impressed by her words about the lake, Queen of soul at the two thousand eighteen MTV video music awards on Monday. Madonna presented the video of the year war and and prior to in the award to Camila, Camila Cabello or Camila Cabello. She told a lengthy story mostly about her own journey as struck musician. As image of Franklin was projected on the screen behind her. Fans were quick to call out the sixty year old pop star for talking mostly about herself as opposed to Franklin who died last week at the age of seventy six. However, on Tuesday, Madonna said that she was never asked to do attributed Franklin, but rather just to choose to share a personal moment relating to her which fans which fans misunderstood. Just to clarify quote, I was asked to present video of the year by MTV, and then they asked me to share any anecdotes. I had in my career connected to Aretha Franklin, unquote. She Instagram to launch at a picture of herself Cabello. I shared a part of my journey. And thank to read them for inspiring me along the way. I did not attend to tribute to her. That would be impossible in two minutes with all the noise and Tinseltown, but all the noise intense of an award show. I could never do Justice. And in this context or environment. We'll continue this down a story after this break is maybe them is my me, no on stars goals. Honest full. Tell me what you do to me. They nethon. No, TIMMY, you could bring a bullet. Bring swore bring a more, but you can't bring the truth to me. Alexa, play Kendrick, Lamar and says, okay. Amazon music, avoid all you need, get tens of millions of songs, download the Amazon music app today. Giving a beach close enough. So that's base between you and me lose the way all dance and sway into the music girl them buddy and how you move. And every time you cross my girl lose. Alexa play the country heat playlist. Okay. With Amazon music voices. All you need, get tens of millions of songs, download the Amazon music app today. Golden State media concepts. Bring you book review podcast. I haven for bookworm of all ages and the whitest generous from mystery to memoirs romance to comedy, fantasy, scifi. If you look to read, this is a podcast for you. It's the Golden State media concepts, book review podcast. And we're back once again, you listening to Golden State media concepts, entertainment podcast, captain Keith, and we're talking about Madonna and her with the Franklin tribute that wasn't a tribute was an anecdote allegedly, apparently. So unfortunately, most people have short attention spans are so quick to judge. She continue. I love a wreath are yes p. t. I love Camilla or Camilla. I love my dress and I l. o. v. e. and there is nothing anyone can say or do that will change that hashtag BMA's hashtag positive vise, oh, and I love love. But down his words, frankly, on Monday Senator on her as shortly entertainer at the beginning of her career until she saying Franklin, classic hit respect, acapella, doing an audition, the dishes to break in career when she moved to Paris and became a singer. Are we there Louise Franklin change the course of my life. She said, I let the trip when I was eighteen thirty five dollars in my pocket. My dream was to make it as a professional dancer, so you're probably wondering why I'm telling you the story. She let it continue. There is a reason because none of this would have happened could have happened without Our Lady of soul. She led me to wear. I am today, and I know she influenced so many people in this house tonight in this room tonight. And I want to thank you for empowering all of us are ESP mall the Queen, the Madonna facing backlash after presenting the awards. She does have one big fan of Cabello. The singer gushed about the pop icon after taking home the video of the year award for her nanna even dedicated her win to her. My hands are literally shaking. Bellows said, I'm never going to get this moment, but then I love you so much. I've seen every single music video of yours. I've seen every single document documentary of yours and even sparked me so much, but I also got some love Nick Nash from she kissed backstage. What. So okay, there it is grills trip sequel officially in the works. All right. So the first movie was hilarious. The second dominant is coming soon. The original cast of the off Email that comedy girls trip will be will be reunited for another adventure. Jada Pinkett Smith, Tiffany, haddish Regina hall. And Queen Latifah will be living it up in theaters sooner than than fans expected. But you know how confirmed the upcoming production, an interview, which trying to make a sequel happen. So we're trying to get everything together with the schedule. I think they're working on something. I don't know where we're going. I don't know whether girls are going, but we're going somewhere. Krill Latifah had said she was expecting this production back in June. We're actually working at all out. I know they're writing it and we're all down. So it's just a matter of time, but just waiting for a script scripts conscripts Jada Pinkett had previous express her enthusiasm facing the second installment. We've talked about doing a sequel so we'll see if it happens. But I think with the success of the movie, it will happen. It's just it's just dump thirty million at the weekend. So I'm so proud. They're saying that we've taken are ready to come out of their slump so it's nice mama for us for sure. So there you go. So that's good. And. I have some other entertainment is one talk to you as about, see, I I didn't even know, but I should have already known this. There's Darth Vader comic book Darth Vader from Star Wars fame. So apparently the new death beta calming offers connections to Star Wars prequels. So the current run of Darth Vader comics has mostly featured the Lord carrying out the brutal orders given to him by emperor pal, Patine with the series leaning more into action than Vader's emotional depths in Darth Vader number twenty Vader's given a present that clearly offers tragically emotional connection to his past and advance. The fans saw the prequel films with the character, showing the slight the slightest amount of sadness. Okay. There spoilers for Darth Vader number twenty. Healthcare. So I won't read the one sport those comic. But yeah, the comic is going strong and apparently the new issues going to have ties to the Star Wars prequels. So that's pretty cool. Does look pretty nice. So I'm onto mentioned that to you guys. I think that's pretty cool. Then remember how the eagles are known for like one huge record. Hotel, California. I mean, of course, are there other stuff is great too, but so says hotel California by the eagles. What was actually about. So Michael Jackson's thriller has been overtaken as all time bestselling album by the eagles greatest hits and the band's album Oto California's at number three. So what is this book title track all about ask Alan, Connor. So Rockstars. The nineteen seventies were not kind to hotels. This is true. It's an life's been good sometime eagles ktar's Joe Walsh describes the process bluntly. I live in hotels tear out the walls. He confesses. I have accountants pay for it all. It all being a small fortune in the official history of the bam wash because a single night at Chicago's asked towers in which he and blues brother's star jam, Lucia, managed a twenty eight thousand damage Bill. Wow, I'm on other bands misuse of the hospitality industry was part of the legend. Think of Led Zeppelin drummer, John Bonham roaring down the corridors of Los Angeles, continental high on a Harley Davidson. He got birthday or the who's Keith moon on his own birthday plowing Lincoln continental into this pool, a Flint, Michigan Holiday Inn, well, but the eagles lay back cleanly coiffed ban who urged America we ought to take it easy, the senior eagles Winfrey, downhill quietly tolerated washes destruction. But when it was their turn to write about what life on the on the road meant to them. The result was much less literal and it may an enormous fortune rather than causing a small one. Now, Hanley have been playing with the phrase hotel California for some time, but to become a song, it had to go through the regimen at processed bad had adopted by the mid nineteen seventies the eagles were not yet at the point of communicating the lawyers, but they were referring to one another by surname. Another eagles KTAR Don Felder who actually wrote the music was tasked with recording instrumental snatches onto tape, many into frame Hanley hope of their approval. He had been doing this at home in Los Angeles to panga canyon. But while on tour, he took a call from his wife, Susan who had recently given birth. It was a short call where movie relaxing in their garden. She knows that the blanket she was lying on with the baby was next to rest of rattlesnakes. Susan sound, flew Milia to rent a beach house in Malibu Don join them, and that even duly began recording suggestion for song. A snake, a snake in apparently idyllic garden is kind of as the kind of on the nose image that would have fit right in with his rhythm track. Was to become that was written the courts. He strummed followed a pattern closer to Mingo into rock, but played on the offbeat which gave the song it's working out of Mexican Reagan. When fray and Hanley granted it the not as for the words, the pair added. They describe where where he traveler, who's lured into a lovely place of grotesque characters. It's glamorous and creepy, and it seems he can never escape. A lot of imagination has been exerted in the last four decades trying to decode the sauce images or to assemble them into something coherent. It's probably worth bearing in mind phrase words. But we decided to create something strange just to see if we could do it. In other words, any meaning hotel California has is unintended rather than hidden the atmosphere of a man and unfamiliar rules setting unsure about what he's witnessing mimic says fray, the nineteen sixty five. Now, the ma- the Maga's or makers this early work of the English author. John follows was a counterculture favorite for showing a secret world. In this case on the Greek island. Where reality assessment it was fouls himself reckon. Now his best is very far from university well written recall, I felt into almost every trap awaiting the tarot writer. Interesting. So John Fowles is Dan. Okay. So there it is hotel. California is about, you know where he traveler being into a really strange and. Glamorous creepy place. But it's not about, you know, tearing up the hotels like these Rockstars did in the seventies. Yeah, but that album is like forever mortar classic record, but it is interesting. The eagles greatest hits has actually outsold Michael Jackson's thriller officially so that that says a lot. So that's very interesting. I want to read that to you. Oh. But wait, there's more. So if you know the x men and wolverine, Hugh Jackman played him. Wolverine is probably the most famous expon there is in the marvel universe. So there's news wolverines return brings new constume a new villain. So marvels gearing up for return of wolverine the miniseries that officially welcomes original Logan back into the marvel universe. Mara previously revealed that will ring will be returning with unusual new power. And now we know that the series will also introduce a new costume in a new villain. So you can check this out the new costume on the return of wolverine number two, and I'm looking at it. He's like standing on top of some like boat in the water and he's got this. His costume was black and red. It's like a black and red vest with like three dots on his right side lapel kind of. And it's all and the and his pants are black. Yeah, no, yellow. Yeah, it's a good look. It looks good. It's red and black on Sombo. The new suit is designed by artists declarant Chevy who will be drawing issues. Number two, three, four of the series in place of original artist, Steve mcniven where most will ring constantly tend to draw from his classic tiger stripe. Look, this seems to take inspiration from wolverines all black patch costume and the military uniform. He wore in two thousand five house of in. And I see that here. There's a picture of it and it does look similar. The house. The costume was like Blair was like blue and red and similar to the black and red. It's unclear whether this new costumes wolverines new default look or if it's Pacific to his new mission. What is clear is that he'll be squaring off against a brand new villain, and this new series and her name is perceptually. She's a mysterious new player in the mutant world and. She's got this really cool white. Alfred on the, she's dressed in. And it's like half asleep, and then there's a strap going across the chess. Yeah, so that's cool. Greek name for seventy Haiti's Greek God Haiti's. That was his wife's name for seventy. She was the daughter of the meter series who was got us of harvest. So interesting. They chose that name for this new, super villain. So yeah, I want to share that with you. Wolverines got a new look. So for all you marvel fans and x. men fans being look out for return wolverine number two. Be on the lookout for that. That's name of. Yeah, return ovary number two, yet by two. All righty. So. Was there anything else I wanted to talk about? Oh, yes. Kevin Spacey under review for second sexual assault case. A spokesperson for the Los Angeles district attorney's office confirmed to confirm that a sexual assault case allegedly involving Kevin Spacey was presented to the district attorney's office by Los Angeles County sheriff's department on August twenty. First, I was yesterday and remains under review. Don't information regarding the second case was shared this the second sexual assault case present the Los Angeles district attorney's office allegedly involved in Spacey. So there's been tend to reach out to the actors attorney for comment chemists. He's under investigation by Los Angeles County. Prosecutors. Los Angeles County sheriff's department. Excuse me, the Los Angeles County sheriff's departments. Special victims bureau began an investigation into allegations of sexual assault involving Mr. Kevin Spacey on December eleven, two thousand seventeen. The LA sheriff's department said in a statement on Wednesday, the events were reported to have taken place in Tober of nineteen Ninety-two in West Hollywood involving a male adult. The investigation was completed and presented to the district attorney's office entertainment industry. Sex crimes task force on April fifth, two thousand eighteen for view and filing consideration the statement continued. There have been a number of allegations against Spacey since the fall of two thousand seventeen back in October, Anthony Rapp accuse Spacey of sexual misconduct, saying the activated, I want to sexual advance toward him when he was fourteen response. Spacey did issue in the policy and cannot publicly as a gay man. He'd been checked into a treatment center. A member Kevin Spacey is taking the time that's Terry to seek evaluation and treatment. His rep set in a statement to e. News at the time. No other information is available at this time. 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The Drawing Board  Episode 43

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The Drawing Board Episode 43

"You're listening to the podcast visit w._w._w. Dot past detroit dot com before information. You've now tuned in to the drawing inboard podcast a power provoking discussion where we talk about family relationships ministry community and career <music>. Let's see what exciting we have on our show to welcome. This is andrea e. Bryan the founder and the host of the drawing board podcasts where we talk about family relationship ministry community and career today has been such an exciting day. If you know anything about me you know i love topics surrounding diversity equity and inclusion <hes> this week alone we had you know a women's equals rights equals payday. We wanna make sure that if ladies are doing when the same job which they are according to statistics that they're being compensated <hes> they're just doing what they are entitled to so shout out to all the strong ladies out there that female entrepreneurs those who are doing exciting and great things are shaping and impacting this world <hes> i have my mother jannati lebron dr jeanette e. bryan doing amazing things <hes> my sister my wife my my aunt so when it comes down to you getting equal pay for the job that you're doing is essentially an advocate for all of that and tonight. I have on the show. I should have a drum roll. Please miscanthus wimbley. How are you. I'm great. How are you excellent excellent excellent. I'm glad that you're able to come on the show so perfect timing intro intra women's equity irwin's rights equal pay signing perfect timing and <hes> when we talk about <hes> exciting and igniting being a little girls to dream. <hes> you know i think about may jameson. You know her work with me an astronaut i think about i learned some interesting things about l. A. wilma rudolph actually in leadership meeting at church this week that i didn't know l. K. so when rudolph attract star you know winning some exciting things and she wasn't just the first african american woman. She was the first american woman to accomplish those things that she did track. Something is the here's what what i found out is that she not only had polio. We know that right but she had overcome scarlet fever she had overcome tons of childhood diseases in order to accomplish and they said that her mother continued to jess strengthen her legs and when she came from a large family and each family member had to take the time to do the exercises with and then one day she just decided to take the braces off her so it's all about the same work on martine supportive system that her family came together to help get hurt so where she is and i love it. I love it too so if you are fortunate and blessed enough to have a strong team of family support of women who will not take no for an answer and who will push through glass ceilings who shatter all former concepts of what is possible double for women to accomplish in fact every nation and world the greatness has been built upon the ingenuity of women so shout out to you all. I like to say they like this. I say this and i mean it wholeheartedly that if you ever want to see the rise in the fall of any family in the leadership i know back but if you wanna see the rise in the fall of the rise in the fall of any household is based upon the tenor of how that woman bills her house in fact scripture says a wise woman does what does her house so yes so shout out okay now. Here's what i love we met. This hasn't even been like a week right. I it hasn't even been a week ago but i was so impressed with meeting eating you and looking at a your confidence when you came in you exist sub dignity and integrity just class poise sauce like i have to see exactly you know what she's offering and when you express that you're an author and international speaker you have a heart for you know building our or youth in our next generation of leaders. I wonder when i meet my first question to you. Remember was i tell me about your journey so tell me about it again again. Like how did you this woman sitting before us now like take me to like ten-year-old view again to dream and aspire and what caused you now to have a strong passion to build the character of our youth. L. k. us some excellent question. You know perfect timing so will let me first say that was brought up in a guy fury home by my mother so let me give it a shot up so my mom is will you know on this linda celebration mop and lung who has instilled nothing but integrity love in the person i am today the morals and standards that i perhaps today is that foundation is where i learned it so i was brought up in a church with church all week. You know my mom at choir rehearsal she she was on board. She was a nurse. You know and i wasn't acquired you know so that was always a church and at that time i was like that's all we do who's go to church work in church and when i look back i can't help but have gray suit you know for evatt foundation because as you know is instilled in me you know the lessons that were taught by the leadership of the pastor you know and as as well. We're just learning how to be of service. You know what i mean being able to learn how to serve you know and i look back out with lab or like mom. You always doing separate church. You know but i'm blessed through the harvest. Some of her seats sheet invests it when she was serving all those years you know when i first kicked off my program i i started. My business at march opened the doors. Oh x ray mees stark. The're you know what i mean so that ability to have that <hes> safe space but also be entrusted. Do such a thing you know i'll always be a pre substance bishop business charles elyssa greater grace temple the super five hundred was seven mile is leir fellowship at you know our fellowship is sundays and on this as but anyhow <hes> i was just reflecting and thinking about you know that serving email marketing all of it learning about community learn about how you know you know your broker your sister but it's a little bit deeper than <hes> might seem services a kit so it seen eight years old. You know that's what i was doing. You know i was you know doing after school. Activities may be cheering you know in school and then i'll buy gotta eight twelve is when i decided to become entrepreneurs okay so when you talk about service then i wanna go into like what led you to be an entrepreneur. What was the triggering thought to say. You know what i want my home business. Oh i heard a quote today by one of my fraternity brothers. He said he didn't he didn't make the quote but he's he's shared in in a space where we were sharing right and he said if services beyond service is beneath you then leadership is beyond you. What's your it's awesome that you have to serve her sabih leader this. You must know how to serve in <hes> even when you become a leader. That doesn't mean you earn ars. Still you're still serving as leader. You know you're serving in a different capacity a role you know that you have more could be responsible for but as stewart keep it at mainz faculty of being humble enough no. I'm doing this in service. You know versus all about me is what i say best side lead. Let's dictatorship okay. That's good so that me more that <hes> imagewear shows the difference between a leader and a manager or <music> dictatorship says my way or the highway and now so i'm looking at your foundation. Which is you raised in a god fearing home dedication education and service to god working within your your ministry and watching your mom serve in various capacities whatever was needed then she brought you in. You're serving irving and then you're involved in after school activities and then at age twelve you decide as a young woman. A young lady says i'm going to be an entrepreneur idea. What was that triggering like. Take me to that experience revelatory mobile as capillary reps. I graduated college. Wow i wrote down rurally piece of paper. I remember you know at church. <hes> my pastor say you know. We have here in building so we need you to frame it for me i can. I'm here is always the hammond b three is is the hammond b three playing or is he just teaching you know teaching okay. He's saying you know and i just remember sitting in church coach you so we have entrepreneurs here. If your opinion or write it down you know any you know. If you believe a stand up or declare. I declared it you know as sump apnea woke inside of me. No that's my calling. That's what i'm here to do. Added talk about him brag about it because i never got caught up in idea i do of entrepreneurs. Hey i got my own business and <hes> you know that's my motivation to just motivate. People in that aspect mine was more okay. Be entrepreneurs have freedom flexibility to do all that. I'm called to do the film purpose without any limitations as good. Can you take a moment in declare that to somebody right now we're going to we're going to have that moment that you had at twelve years old that moment on the drawing war podcasts kant's right now l. k. so pretty much no one a difference of asha preneurs as well as business owner those are within itself sue who different things and when i became an entrepreneur it was in line with my initial purpose desires the entrepreneur of course yes yes. I wanted to have my own business but the reasoning behind it was for me to have freedom to have that flexibility without a glass cylinder fulfill all of my my purpose that is within me and at the simon swell. I didn't know what type of business it was going to be. I just say okay so the assignment. Okay okay say okay yes okay. We'll come to me in due time and when i if i put it to the side stay focused college got my bachelor's degree and <hes> work for the state of michigan for a little while and then came back full circle. That was something i was supposed to do you know i started doing community development <hes> kazakhs capacity and then <hes> during a time i think i was going through some paperwork or something i came across the paper and i forgot to even wrote it down and you know who knew who thought you know and i go. It goes right. Everybody's becca says right division. Make a play. You know so you know i encourage you want it is leaking about entrepreneurship big about starting in your own business. Make sure that you know always remember the why the why you're doing it but why you are assessing this calling only because it's not all about you know some glitter all the time believe you me you know is a lotta days where you are not being pay the sheer night and thinking about it because you know that's your commitment that moment but it's also when you know that is something that you are caught to do is no longer you something you may want to do is also <hes> responsibility thirty for you to fulfil because that's inside of you and it's something you have to bring forth in this world. You are called to be a steward of it so i'd take it serious. You know all in one of my favorite references in a book of the bible is matthew twenty five it talks about the parable of salads and gifts and i i live by that because i believe in no that we all have soundlessly aw have gifts and they may not line up for everybody is an entrepreneur though we all have talents and gifts and so oh that's that's interesting that you frame it that way or that is <hes> the launching path from which you work so entrepreneurship for you is not just an opportunity as an assignment and when you have that conviction that deep conviction of what will you present back to the lower with the talent that he gave you. You definitely can't bury it. You know you need to doublet an increase in multiplied and let the grace of lord be upon you. The impact of the live show now that brings me to your programs share a little bit about that. What is what is your program. What did you do do okay well. As a number as we do. <hes> i can actually start with the history fast for to sue yard day. <hes> saw in saudi swell. We initially began programming for high school students that were going off to college and we provided programming apps school setting and that was phenomenal. You know an ac you say that because of the feedback affability <unk> now graduated college and have a respect out and say you know the program program is very very <hes> helpful not only them transitioning to college successfully but to go and be retained insufficient with a finish a complete college cancer reduce suit loan debt and just the resources. You know that were provided to have them. Come back to me. Share thank you appearance folks. We appreciate it the grecian backout now and even coming back to volunteer like how can we help in some capacity to the future you youth rose. You all are working with so that within itself. I let that speak for itself. You know of the richmond workshops provide it so initially was soft off graders and then <hes> shortly after we began programming for young people as early sixth grade so now sedate we we provide programming's who us from sixth grade twelfth grade and then we also do adult education adult workshops as well as parent workshops in our focus essentially singer on college preparation as well as you know motivational impairment for just self help in enrichment on just really devout deciding on your purpose fulfilling that so that's you know the programming capacity of what we have today. Here is my book wishes entitled i a._m. Ingenious but career manual which encompass a lot of these we just went over you know in what we talked about today on the programming but it just in going into how surreally loan learn about yourself. You know asking very vital question so we mean i asked daily day and then getting your history your family's educational history finding out you know why on what the next step will be if in fact you wanna go to a trade school. If you wanna go oh soo a university or college on a dare. I know that it's okay whatever decision you're gonna make to get higher education so it's a lot of things things in there as well as an entrepreneurship how to start a business. You know the steps on different types of businesses you know even go into our wrote down a breakdown of difference christmas lena private sector public sector nonprofit sector. I get from a lot of people feedback like man. Even know are breaking down that way or that capacity z. so yeah it's a lot of great fundamentals in a book and it was put together more so to help you serve more young people across the globe at at a greater capacity and we have a lot of great these underway coming soon yeah. I definitely see that. I'm looking at some of the work that you've done and you've done john work with steve madden. You've done work with nordstrom united way michigan state g._m. Ford just to name a few and so when you get a chance to get those testimonials back and you have you know those who have gone on and graduated that are proof positive that your program is successful. <hes> what's what's next of. Oh for your program. <hes> i am genius titled the program. I am zhang genius right now. We're actually underway for pure and artur toured alleging term excited about. It sounds like you need a speaker. Yes disease sir. We're gonna be going to different states in working with twelfth graders in parents providing worshops against to help those transitions provided the support system but just to give enrichment excitement that you know they need no okay. These are things haven't place now class twenty twenty twenty. I need to know what i need to have. It be a solid graduate in being able to go into college and be prepared not catch that senior right right. They're senior alright. Anybody knows about it you. You definitely were sitting there. Wondering how how many assignments can i not do not not <music> graduate. No there is a greater goal. You get ready to transition and i think that's so important so when we look at <hes> education education and even look at life so is just a microcosm of real life. You know the school setting so transitioning from fifth grade the sixth grade huge year. <hes> you know you end up setting the platform that will determine what high school you go to transitioning from eighth grade to ninth grade all you no. Those are the if you come from the church perspective. Those are the teen tween years right. That's all we want to make sure that the tween years so we make sure that we don't lose them in in this space and <hes> when your ninth grade where you're twelfth grade getting ready to transition really to to start life. You know you want to start at the greatest capacity acidy you can. It's always easier to start hi and continue to develop. What is that. You're doing an optimal level than to have to you know just grinding <music>. Now grinding has its place. You know so i already here. You know those that are miss that you know i've been grinding. You know i stay on my grind. That's that's good good to be able to to not have to struggle when you have prepare and so your program takes them through. I'm sure the fast food process you know understanding talk to me about like how how essential like identity is in your program helping people discover who they are as they plan to pursue what they want to study in college s curve of it. A sikora very family. Do statement of imogene is intentional. Killing people look at the book or they haven't to shirty like jeans gene. I'm a genius essay right. You are in so many people eggs. Have you ever declared that heavy every set yoursel- militia take a moment in the clear that right now. I'll let you leaders mellitus less aw i am a genius genius and i believe in and keeps saying it and so you believe it you know repeat it in concern you say it in a new. Oh the more you say you know after mason's work you said and can you believe it but even printed out matter of fact. This should book is urging is book issue. I'm a genius t-shirt just to be reminded less. You are genius genius. We all are genius in my opinion because we're created in leasing uses eyesight in yes uh-huh and being able to go back to your question of identity starts with knowing who's here okay in as we we are aligned knowing that helps was confidence in itself. No okay who am loans you know and then learning what's your assignment is what we are caught call. It's a do slash as i speak about l. Fall has never been created. I'm andrew i am it's called the fruit. They don't say it was an apple. That's what you're saying yeah yeah. Oh yes the software assist cell phones itself and its entirety. He imagined a today of it. Not being existence couldn't imagine can imagine even though there is a time our imagining then maybe you're live son always feel some palm trees and cool air. She said maybe maybe in my lifetime. Hold on wait a minute. Wait a sec. You listen put put the drawing board on pause. We will be back in non joking but yes yes absolutely in some ways. I am an apple use it because i i love my mac yes so in my lifetime yes by the way a nine hundred eighty two was a good year. I'll let you yeah no absolutely. I couldn't imagine interfacing. Actually i was just telling my engineer kate my a. one since day. One shoutout kayla aleta was going on and i was saying to myself i my computer's moving so slow and then i was thinking as i was saying out of my mouth out saying and remember dos i remember you know <hes> when it was you had to plug into the telephone jack and the dial up so i was like well slowest relative <unk> alabama about it yeah that just goes to process and you know in my mind i was saying transformation takes time independent who's engaging with <hes> determines what level of patients they exercise with absolutely and just knowing that there was a point in every existing right exist so someone say yes to the call. They went to the jar bort they did. They feel what is required to do and here we are now across the world benefiting from it and then executing our purposes through this device so it's kinda like investments. Let's go to the parable. Talents sully was learn guy suits. Hell was applied. It's before the four must plant the a in the one hand why went and buried. It was like you know now want to keep the i wanna i wanna make sure you know that it was good. It was safe. I'm gonna save it for later in ethnic about but it makes me think about some people probably sitting there and they're gif thinking is saying i'll wait perfect timing or i'll wait until whatever it may be if not now win if not now win i was listening to remember who it was but someone i'll was stealing ling a speaking engagement and a share that procrastination actually era gance talk about it and share that procrastination procrastination is going on that. We'll have more time to complete what we are. We need to get done so the arrogance against comes into play of hey. I'll get it done. I'll be able to oppose so you know what. I need to make this happen. I need to do it in don't keep prolonging and make make procrastinate right and some people are calling themselves that king or queen a procrastinator saying that they need that level of intensity or pressure in order to the performance the best and i mean there's a paradigm shift that must take place you know for that particular person <hes> but because it takes a lot more work to prepare it than it does to rush <hes> you know i agree with you. If you feel like you have <hes> more time than you actually. Do you know i could hear a mother mother. Whoever or you know deacon whoever seeing you know no man north they are always referred to something as it relates the wraps right right. Let's you know what allergists make it even more <hes> transparent with a thought because i know all afternoon one pushes the last minute you know for school papers or night befo killing but abby stress like lower how mcgee on the other side of this paper paper out i'm finish it the night before right right but <hes> going back to our colleagues and their talents isn't that about us point blank periods about net known a dairy our yeah you might still be here of five years from now but that person needed sure gift that person to hear from do they may not be or their life may be shifted in different directions so it's not about us or our story our talent purpose help somebody else so that will appease upholding all to listen you. Bring it forth because someone needs it. If someone is calling somebody needs your story somebody and users halley. All at your gift is time now. If you're listening to this your washing this you are now held accountable for the information. You are now hearing because you already know thing yourself. If you've been thinking about it okay but you can already feel it within yourself that the time is now so act on it. The time is now act on it. I think that's i think that's essential because your gift is an answer to someone else's property and when you think about it that way your here's here's the thing the only thing that you're required to do is utilize it yeah and god has a way of increasing your capacity as you be faithful with the so i think about your story. Are you started using your gift at church. You know and your program started growing there. Then it started growing even more testimonies now and as you see the gradation or the gradual growth of it now. You're getting ready to travel. You'll have traveled the world but you're getting ready to take the tour of guess what your gift empower impact and shape lives you you know from the calling and the assignment on your life think about how many people are benefiting from that right yeah right right excellent they think about a time <hes> <hes> where sometimes sometimes people can be in a rush to try to accomplish things before true and <hes>. I'll use this slide example. Why was my wife was pregnant and i went to go get her some food so you know i had to definitely rush to get and this gentleman. He stops apps me and i'm like oh man you know. I don't wanna be rude to this guy but i really really need to go so he stops he talks to me <hes> on the street and and he asked me to pray for him and i was like oh and i see one of the things that i enjoy or the you know part of my simon is to pray and see because my faith eighth is in god to be able to connect and once i get agreement answers done you know and so that is like in prayer. That's what you looking for when your brand with somebody's that once we agree it's over guys guys doing right so pray for this guy you know when you're on the street shutouts almost street evangelist pray which is open all right the ministry closure is when you print on the streets praying for this guy and at the time my mother was very sick and so that was wind heavy on me you know we were believing by faith that god was going to heal and he did but at that time we still you know we were applying are fake and sometimes what you feel like. You're stopping at a moment of what can consider inconvenience. Goggin have wanted the largest blessing for you in that obedience because that guy turned around and spirit. Laura fell on him and he started prophesying to me and say hey. I know you're worried about your mother. Guy says she's going to be healed. He wants to do this and that with your life and this is what he's going to do so in that moment of obedience they know anything about so. I knew that that that moment of comedians was really. It was a mutual exchange but it was really for me and so this guy that was walking on the street. What some would consider a vagrant an axe means. He stopped me asked me to pray for him. <hes> and really in that moment that moment it was for me mad i pushed past not obey to hang and so what what we so why do you share that story broke because some of you are pushing pasher gift and really if you stop in obey god with what he has blessed you with to empower others you'll find that blessing and turn it was really to empower power you <hes> <hes> absolutely at me. I believe it's important to just being film with guy hear his the voice but also with like where you're like okay. I'm up. I may be you know and communicate or let me go ahead and be of services says me me elvy way of saying. Hey you so ten percents. You've got guys revolt. You know a different capacity and a minute at a moment ago you mission about you know rushing sue quickly you know is some time i mean again in context the you know the bible able it states the three nothing although ways supplication you know give me give me josh right right right right so it is important not so rush means matters. You know what i mean especially because we're talking about the subject matter of entrepreneurship. You know being a business owner. There are things you need to put in order to help your business the more successful you know me. I learned earlier on you know. I was like man ready to get this redo. I knew i was business astute. There's something i didn't put into place now looking back. I'm like man. I probably would have helped us. Go a a little bit faster quicker. You know are even consulted individuals. We're in business for probably like a year. Succumb never have wrote a business plan. You know what i mean. It could take advantage of having additional funds additional support saint members so sure to say having your fares in order because god is god of order she we know so having it in order be clear direction you wanna go being clear about the vision but have an order having your business plan laid out gone over it having someone one look over taking advantage of a lot of research sarah bailable today you know and measured cherie area. We have <hes> sex how they have a lot of of support beer to help individuals who are starting their business. You have a lot of small business. Organisations online resources to help small business owners getting their feet and learn about what they can do simple. It's our of galore online now for business plans you know just going and looking at some bliss online to be able to compare what's your seeking to do is a lot of resources online to help to get into position in place because business plan helps you. Most importantly gently gives the funding if you're going to be a business owner now if you want it to be a hobby okay but if you actually are going to be a business owner junie writing the business plan is going to help you yeah. I'm thinking of one resource off. The mind is a s._b._a. Dot s._b._a. Dot gov is good. I know build institute. Institute is is really good. I just went to a an event. They had <hes> where it's called detroit soup where they have different flies scrape so i went to that was awesome. <hes> like you mentioned tech towns gray. I remember when <hes> marcus and eric downtown abbey ah down their state friday a longer down there but i know they're helping with marketing so there there are tons of resources and what i love is is it's kind of great hub of startup so <hes> you know the the feast and famine of entrepreneurship sometimes up you knowing and you have i just had <hes> april boylan lynn <hes> jackie speier foy here from build lasts also yeah we talked about that and i love it <hes> when you shape it from your perspective and i i think i'm looking right at some some portions of your book and saying everybody needs to get this book <hes> to be able to journal like journaling is hugely important so i am with genius yes you. You are a genius now. It's time to go to work to work and it is a functional journal that allows on no we can zoom a little bit but people cosc- you can ride in here. I won't give too much of it away. 'cause you need to make but we're talking about. Such things as mentorship groups nonprofit and community awards parents unskilled trade schools skilled trade workers students vocational schools job seekers guidance counselors educators is just so much in this book that you you need to make sure you get so tell me cam. It's working may get your book. I'll great question right on our website wishes. I am a genius dot net. I a eight m as in less that net and it's also on amazon excellent so when you're <unk> thinking about and i i heard you allude to it but i just want to bring some <hes> clarity around why you were inspired to title your book or your program. I am genius and so tell me about that like i love moment so we're we're going to create before the moment win. <hes> and i was like so in my mind. May i take the liberty of telling your story like the twelve year old when you wrote the paper like this is what i saw right so i saw like a young lady because i know what it is the service church right so you're sitting within the pew right. You have your little sheet of paper because of mama told you you have to pay attention. You know you gotta know what the sermon title worse about it. So i know there. I saw i see this young lady. You know address very nicely listening to the message you know a bishop ellis's preaching. He's he's teaching now. He's instructing about building the kingdom right <music> so in order to build the kingdom <hes> we have to not just continue to go to an and my mind. This is what i see him doing. We can't continue to go to the world for these finances as we can be able when god created a system those who operate within the kingdom should be able to fund it. That's why entrepreneurs exists and i can hear him saying so right now. Now i believe by faith. God is releasing this anointing for entrepreneurship right. This is what i see him doing and then he says if you believe that you are not preneurs so everybody's like there's time praising god and you tune so i see the internet you can see you like your ears and your eyes nice perk up because your assignment spoke to and was quickened in that so that it was it was a prophetic moment for you because the word that was coming from the man end of god connected with signed and so then i see young lady who's writing decides to look up and it seemed like she and the bishop are having this moment eh where the word of god is coming from him directly to her and then from that point my gosh starts working behind the scenes to orchestrate your mentors orchestrate your experiences to orchestrate those things that will make you effective witness for him through entrepreneurship. That's what the video produced back accu see so vividly and aw here's here's my little moment to say for those of you who wonder like the validity and the importance of having your young people at church by these moments moments are huge because with faith is released from the man or woman of god is sharing it connects guys assigned you to do you know i'm <hes> whoever you paying attention right now and like many i remember when my pastor was preaching and something like leaped in my belly that said i need to do something about this or that thing. It continues to upset you that you don't see happening as part of your assignment and i believe that if you connect with candace and you actually start right division division you started walking through the journal and listen there are tons of resources in here listened look where she she could see. I won't show you the right. The next pains right here is about an idea everything we see within his world candice it started off for somebody's idea and they had the courage to take that step of faith to see that idea from conception to realizations walk took their process or i actually another question prior to get his point. I feel like right now. I think it's important we talk about entrepreneurship that we talk about process shish so yeah so talk to me about that same question depressant genius right yes okay or or something okay so the process. I mean i got wind. It's hope theatrical story that brought so much life lives situation chai chai our i quit so i remember teaching you to leave. Take my sixth grade or seventh grade class some standing in front of the classroom and isn't urban communities school but the students are you now hunger for knowledge hungry for information russian at a all have a whole diverse different backgrounds situation superior dealing with as kids some stuff real heavy. You know suzanne. I'm come <hes> you know but still pushes still be motivated. Still you know making a point to try to do their best to come to school. Even though they're hungry got the same uniform on ahead on all week with the dirty things on you know what i mean. There's a number of things that you could see like man. They got some tough times going on. You know an air situation asian outside of school so have a common. I will move the young people saying for class. I'm talking saddam incursion them. We were discussing the lesson. Manages hit me to say you are genius for each and every one of them said no. I have purpose. I am here for a reason to to give them that. Extra motivation to keep pushing forward through whatever they're going for information the always look back as say you know what i remember m._i._t. Sure sell me. I was a genius. The we affirm that every single day before we left class we would say i am genius hour hear them and see me in a hallway conversation. You know you just lock them. By passing the attorney around managing language changed and changing the level of competence was really important to me so make it a point so awaken it within them knowing you have a purpose you are genius and whatever that is whatever you're selling your skill is it's going to be in line with your genius so at that time that was at the middle school and i was maybe twenty burt seen six years ago and then from there there is within me knowing that we all have our genius news awakening of every day that we were going to school or dual whatever it is become a better person. That's actually actually sharpening are genius within us so awaking was already within because we have everything we need everything we need. It was already very guinness so exposure older the resources the knowledge that we could say usa get is more than awakening in a sharpening of who we are sabih. It'd be our best self. That's good because i what i extracted out of. What you're saying is that the challenges didn't get their purpose that they're tough. Times is in the heavy life circumstances. Their assignment didn't change the name. We threw that in fact it was <hes> we needed to go that way regarding what was ever happening with their assignment. Impact genius <hes> was caught invaded or you know they were diamonds in the rough right right through that polishing of those daily affirmation i you know the brilliance of who they were <hes> came through and he just takes us being faithful to our assignment assignment for other people <hes> to become who they are destined to be absolute so they all of us your future. Your destiny is interdependent. We all need one another. Many members one body church folks. No you came on all right. I believe is so so really fellowship. That ship canes international church where i say the bad is passed in the land. That's when i introduced my pastor say the bad is passing asa the landmark pass your past the world's pastor chief apostle dr kelley dixon okay so i've been there for fifteen years al qaeda. That was my wife's church okay before i moved to michigan l. k. and you know i mean i say the baddest pastern land. I see everything now you. You got me talking so i'm talking now. I've seen everything from you know. <hes> those ailments be healed supernatural at seen the community work <hes> she's putting in to be able to assist you know those who are going through challenges things. Excuse me paradigm shifts were minds. <hes> needs to be regulated seeing those drug addicted community here. I've seen those of families that were <hes> you know broken broken in separated become healed on the ministry and the teaching of the word okay. I've seen those who were living totally unrighteous of be cleaned by the washing of the word. You know so. I mean yeah this is this is this is real to me so when you think about and that's why i felt when we met last week i i know the difference between when when someone is presenting a product or when someone <hes> is getting a chance to share themselves right so when i look at your book or or when we were in that meeting i was like no this is serious to her. You know this is not something that she decided oh. Here's a knee. Let me fill it. No this is a part of our assignment and yeah and so in that in that meeting something. You said that i thought was profound. <hes> you said something about this place and i was like oh wait. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Wait a minute and so that's got to have you on the show. Thank you for having absolutely love what you're doing. <hes> quality product. You're definitely has to get the book definitely and you need to follow her work and they follow you on. S graham was just genius i._m._f. Genius as well as facebook and if you're a website you are social media platforms click to make it easier said okay so question. How can we support you. How can we get involved. Ask awesome question so right. Now we are again pushing genius to her so what we definitely need support with this data word out sa- get it in as as many churches right now is we're focused aw churches will be able to get high school. Seniors in your parents provide workshops so that's one way is really helpful. <music> getting word out so all the people that you know so we can get into the churches across beyond michigan broker all over <hes> another thing that we're doing right now is is all the pros sees that <hes> we get for. I'm jay is a portion of those processes ghost tours in nonprofit that we have for young ladies and the nonprofits and silent. She is a genius she uses jin. Yes so she's a genius is focused for young ladies and getting them exposed folsom internship as well as art it entrepreneurship and we work with thumb and just provide that mentorship in insight in those <unk> areas but the peace that we appreciate support his donations spurred ed right program instead of the young ladies survived them that mentorship is key in helping them in this day and is rian especially you know social media all different pressures lead they have to phase you know just being able to have the support system and helping them really get guided on their journey life absolute shirt i don't have to should i need to excel guy sitting listening. You need the i._m. Genius i am a genius book. You need the t sir. You need to support monetarily so they can continue to get the program for the young ladies. She is a genius where they talked about mentorship art and entrepreneurship and listen it has been my esteem pleasure to have you on the show i do see this is just the beginning of a great relationship is going to impact lives lives and shape the world so on the drawing board podcasts. We always say your future is not behind you. It is not before you but it is within you <music>. I'm andrea e brennan. I need you to go ahead and declare this with me. Say with me. I am a genius. God bless you.

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GSMC Entertainment Podcast Episode 101: Now That's Entertainment!

GSMC Entertainment Podcast

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GSMC Entertainment Podcast Episode 101: Now That's Entertainment!

"Always on the go. But the day just be more without your Hollywood fence foot, Golden State media concepts center, ten podcast take care of that all inclusive luck, pop culture. Greetings, good people the planet earth and the known universe. You're listening to state me to concept's entertainment podcast, the captain Keith. I've got a lot of entertainment for you today. Yes. I do. So and our podcast episode description is the full descriptions couldn't tap it. All out is really keeping up kind. Yeah. You know, Drake and slavery interview Melby rehab and Stephen Colbert diety. So those are the headlining stories, but there's so much more. And let's get to it. How Melby is America's got talent co-stars supporting her ahead of rehab? Following the revelation that Melby playing on entering rehab after the conclusion of the season of America's got talent, the performers GT family is doing everything they can to support their friend and co star. Tuesday's new episode was the first to air says the news broke though, the former Spice Girls star made no reference to announcement during the broadcast. However after the show Mobis fell judge is opened up to ET about struggles. Okay. She's a very strong wonderful lady. Who's beto? What a lot of people battle fella. Judge Mandel stated to doing directo after Tuesday's show. I'm just amazed at how she can show up and be a true professional and just a wonderful person. Who was entertaining? And I'm thrilled. And I feel lucky that I get to sit beside her and America's America gets to enjoy her. And why and listen to her Mandela added while it was originally reported by number of tabloids Melby was seeking treatment for alcohol and sex addiction. The singer shut down those rumors during an interview with the with the Ellen Degeneres show and explained that she's looking to help dealing with pulse. Mac stress disorder associated with her father's death last year and her subsequent divorce from Stephen Belafonte. Mandell said that he is reading and wanted to help Melby with whatever she needs from me. I hope that she would reach out and I'll reach out to her. He shared, she's a friend. And I think we have to be there for our friends and people we admire and she certainly somewhat. I mar whatever she wants from me and needs for me. I'm there for her. Okay. That's cool. I can do that. How do you Clem? Aclu shared similar sentiments steadying, I'm her friend, and I've been her friend for really long time. And I'm always going to be there for her and help her with whatever she needs help help in as for salmon cowl who has famously had something of a contentious relationship with. No be the outspoken the outspoken English TV personality said he has a lot of respect for her work ethic. And professionalism melted trooper she comes to the show leaves everything behind focused focuses on the contestant that is sped as true professional. Cal said she so professional. It's all about the contestants with her so alive respect for her. While Melby didn't do press interviews after the show. She opened up to guest host leeann, Michelle and explained the reason for upcoming rehab stint. I've been therapy since my father got diagnosed with cancer nine years ago. My therapy changed a little bit because I was in a very intense relationship, which you can all read about in my book on est Nobis shared. I do address those issues, but you know, I'm not a alcohol. No, I'm not a sex addict. Okay. Very happy that Melby is going to get the treatment that she needs. And I do believe that, you know, post traumatic stress disorder definitely, especially if. You know, if it's been abusive relationship, I get that. But it's just funny. I mean, you have to be careful because if you keep on saying, I'm not an alcoholic and I'm not a sex addict. It's kind of like well. Thank you protest too much. But you know, I it's very possible that. You know, what the tabloids? That's just you know, that sounds more exciting and sexy than she has PTSD. So I get it. I mean, it sounds it. Sounds more. You know, racy, and you know, just tilling. Oh, yes. She's alcohol. She's a sex addict. You know, that sells papers not a Spice Girl has PTSD. So I get it. So we definitely wish while here. Definitely. So it's just kinda messed up the chance to tell people that because they're automatically thinking the wrong thing about you. They don't even know you. So I get it. Yeah. Just answer my question. Okay. Anna fares. Chris pratt. Hang out for a day out for a second day in a row. So the recently divorced couple rebel. NFL? Chris Pratt approving once again that they're amicable excess. The former pair who split last August after eight years of marriage hung out for the second day in a row on Tuesday. Taking a morning stroll in Santa Monica, California, both dress casual for the outing with Farris in a simple white t shirt skiing genes in the black and gray baseball cap and Pratt and matching hat, but now shirt shorts and sneakers forty one and Pratt. Thirty nine were also spotted together on Monday, taking a walk in holding hands with their year, six-year-old son, Jack, and while they seem to be experts co-parenting the to have both moved on with different partners practice, currently dating. Katherine Schwarzenegger, very nine. Same ages him while Farris has reportedly been seeing a her overboard cinematographer. Michael Barrett, who's forty eight okay? A source states in July their relationships with nigger has become serious quickly. Add to pop rasc- captured shots of them kissing out with the actress, son. They went from casually dating to spending much more time together, the source said at the time, Chris and Catherine have introduced one another to their family and friends and have been almost inseparable when they are free. And till he knew it was more than just casual he was introducing Jack to anyone the source added, Chris and Catherine very happy together. All righty. Lethal weapon star claimed Crawford break sounds shock in firing claims. He was blackmailed. So now before I get into the story. I didn't even know that until I was doing my research that he got fired now lethal weapon the TV series happens to be a rarity. It's a hit on television. I believe on FOX. So usually when you take a movie a hit movie, and you make a TV series from it it fails. There's only been. Off the top of my head to shows that that was not the case the first one being mash. And the second one being Buffy the vampire slayer, but most of the time when you try to take a movie and making it to a TV series. It doesn't go. Well. So the reason why mentioning this the simple fact that claimed Crawford play the character that Mel Gibson played in the movie. So if you're firing him and mind, you you look at this show. You know, as Damon wayans show Damon wayans says, the the MO the more popular the more well known actor he's wants excess ful. So this was basically like a breakout role clan Crawford to my knowledge. So when you look at the show, you know, you know, this is Damon show, which is fine. But I guess my only concern is that if you fire the other half legendary lethal weapon team how you gonna continue the show. Because now you're going to have to have a really good writing really good writing to pull that off. If you're going to do this movie as a series without one of the main characters from the movie, he's one half of the he's he's the second half of an important dual. It's just doing lethal weapon today with Danny Levin. There's no Gibson. Don't I don't add up. It just is not gonna work. But hey, prove me wrong. Let's see. Let's see what you do. So are you going to you guys going to use the same character? I give them a different face like they've on the fresh prince of Bel-Air because that that really I didn't I didn't care for that. So I watched it. And then I stop watching actually, and I think Daphne reads and the mazing actress and her husband, Tim, me, I like them both. So she did a good job. It just wasn't the same for me. Just wasn't the same. So when you do recast, and you've got to be real careful, real careful. So we'll see what happens with that. But let me the story, but I had to say that had to let you guys know wait a minute, this this doesn't this is kind of strange so skin to the story lethal weapon star clan. Crawford was fired in may after it was revealed that he was reprimanded twice his onset behavior. And in a candidate new interview, the actor bluntly tells us out of the store. Okay. If you've been worn twice. Okay. All right. We go Crawford appeared on the podcast drinking broS his first interview since his premature exit from the FOX show and claims he was never even form with a phone call that he had been officially fire parameter learned if his firing through social media. Ouch. Crawford who played troubled cop Marta, rinks only the weapon that was also mill Gibson back in the movie. One of the two main stars on the series alongside Damon wayans exactly who played his straight laced partner. Roger Murtaugh, Danny Glover's character. It's a little different when you place Becky or the mom off a fresh prince like if they replace the fresh prince we have been like what the heck are we watching? Anyway, that's why I just didn't think it was possible. Crawford comments. I just didn't think they were going to get rid of me. I guess and if they did I thought they give me a buzz just a jangle just grab to Kansas string. And just be like you're not coming back. We feel like this is the Damon wayans show and people just don't like you. So go to the freaking clothes back to Alabama. You dumb hick. Thanks for playing. Who I mean that was his quote in the podcast as for the leaked tapes of Riley published that capture forty euro Crawford yelling profanities during an onset outburst. After claims. He was previously blackmailed with the release of the tapes when he would complain about wayans on behavior variety reported at the time that Crawford became particularly frustrated while shooting at a public pool in Los Angeles, probably due to children at the pool which was supposed to be closed to the public, creating background noise. I snapped crop. Because of the incident though, insist it's a blatant. You know, freaking lie. The he ever Yoda children should have gone to my trailer one hundred percent should have just gone, and wait, it that's what I was instructed to do when there was a problem, you go sit in your trailer, and you like you're doing, and you take a nap Hollywood is very sensitive. So I should not have screamed and yelled right because it's a bunch of very duck and flowers out there. Okay. I knew that there were going to release these tastes because they've been blackmailing me with them for months and months and months the entire second season Crawford alleges also claiming there Wayne's what's behind the negative stories about him prior to his firing. And I have all the text messages from these people voicemails from these people say, obviously, you're not the problem, but you got to but you've got to get ahead of this. Because you know, they're going to use those tapes against you. Crawford says he was also encouraged to publicly apologize to Wayne's by one of others to your president Peter Roth in order to save his job. I can't podge to this guy. Crawford says of mentality at the time towards fifty seven year old wayans he has made life miserable for me on the show. And I also feel like they're already moving forward. I feel like if I apologize. They're going to use that to justify this decision. They're making it supporting his bad behavior and his ego. Wonder brothers has a statement regarding coffers allegations. Clearly, there's no love lost few skews me. I'm going to slow back on a slow back real why? And take my time. Clearly, there's no love lost between wayans and Crawford and may Wayne's alleged Crawford causes bloody onset injury. Errol should make him females cry. After some fans slammed winds find the Newsday Crawford has been replaced by actress, Sean William Scott, he also alleged that Crawford another actor in the mouth with the bottle. He became uninsurable. Okay. Never use that where before, but all right way tweeted impart before leading his tweets relished and making cry and stuck fair cast and crew hashtag don't blame me. So. Yeah. So it looks like it's a case of he said she said it looks like there was a mutual dislike on both sides last week the weapon debuted its first promo for season three giving fans. The first look at Scott in the series. Scott will play a Wesley coal the new part the way it's Martorell. Okay. At the check it out. I do like Sam Williams got so. The interesting lethal weapon. Returns Tuesday, September twenty fifth at nine pm eastern time Pacific standard time on FOX there. It is Jason Bateman and Laura Linnea making on settling authenticity in Ozark season to the hit Netflix series. That is crazy and so much fun to watch. Even from the first episode from their I open the scene does ominous about that. Ozark is Jason Bateman. Like you've never seen him before the forty nine year actor has become known and beloved to fans betrayals the modest family man, trying to prove himself and do the right thing in Ozark is still plays a family man, but as viewers quickly learned in season one mighty bird isn't exactly a modest guy and his moral compasses questionable questionable at best. The Netflix series files Bateman character, a financial planner caught between the FBI the Mexican cartel and local criminals in the Ozarks martyrs willing to willing to do whatever it takes to get himself and his family above water and that only escalates season two. So I can't wait to see that. Because he's one was amazing more about this after this break. Five our T with caffeine from green tea leaves. It's delicious energizing incomes and three amazing flavors with zero sugar and four calories. It fits your life with its compact size import ability. It goes where you go to the campsite, the hiking trail the beach without weighing you down by our T caffeine from green tea, leaps. Release your natural side from the makers of five hour energy. For more information. Visit five hour energy dot com. Now is the chance to use reliable energy to grow your money with the dominion energy reliability investment. 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And we're back once again, you listen to Golden State media concepts entertainment podcast issue, captain Keith talking about the hit series Ozark on Netflix and season to come and soon so things go up stakes wise in many areas, we make no concern for that. Baby. Recently stated to. ET's leeann Netflix summer television critics association, Preston, we got to get them. We got to give them a good blood splatter here and there or good shock there. And they're what we try to do is just make sure when Steph does happen, whether it's an emotional explosion or physical problem that feels authentic, and it's unsettling. He's plane adding that a car crash in the show might happen slightly off frame just as someone would witness it out of the corner there I in real life sometimes adds to how Chilean some of the stuff is Bateman who ticketed producers, and sometimes directs Ozark he's nominee for Emmys for both acting in directing the series action. Excellent said that the sophomore season learns that leans into this shows off, kilter nature, even more. I think when you're better at doing that he tees I hope Laura Linney who plays mighties wife, Wendy, also becomes a larger part of the payments criminal escapades and season two taking initiative and control on her own. Own still some for favorite scenes are with our onscreen husband. I love coming to set and seeing like how was he going to handle this monologue? How's he going to do this? How is this going to fly out of his mouth? And it's and it's a really unique skill. She said abatements acting. She's also a big fan of him in the director's chair our companies happiest when he is directing the set runs the best. We're all comfortable, there's a sense of trust there were taking care of. And as an actress to same thing. It's the same guy, which is nice. It's not a schizophrenic relationship. She said, it's not like, you know, when he's acting he behaves way. And when it's director, total jerk. That's good to know. I like that. That's a very nice comment from your Coa your co star. He never changes in a good way. He's very consistent co star. Julia garner at the twenty four the twenty four year old actress captivates us local criminal term might his apprentice Ruth Langmore. She is great on the show. I really do like her. She's a trip. A girl torn between her family's desire to swindle mardi and her hopes to actually learn from him because Reuss fathers out of jail and season too. You definitely see a much more vulnerable side of Ruth garner promised. Everybody's trying to find identity on the show. But this season she's really trying to find her because she's conflicted between Marty and her father. There's a lot of things that are not clear for her things. Also shaken up by new addition to the cast Janet mcteer joins as a cartel lawyer who comes to town to investigate the disappearance of the crime Lord Camille del Rio is Morales Morales all year forgot about that. See? She's just got a great presence basement marvel as lane joked that mcteer's alone and over six feet makes her feel safe and secure even if that's not her character objective. She would at least be able to see where you could get out of the room. Because her head is higher than everybody else's Bateman. Correct. They're funny. The co stars. Definitely don't have a hard time. Joking around midday show serious darkened somewhat graphic that nature but Bateman recommends that those turning tuning into the show second season don't breathe through it like a comedy. There's nothing funny about the show. Not really I mean episodes are an hour each and you want to be able to absorb what you saw and try to guess where. Are they going to go from here? And then maybe talk about it with somebody payment advice, adding he likes to watch the show to yourselves at the time. But it's awesome. It up to the viewer. That's the great thing about Netflix. You can raise your own race. I agree. Season. Two premiered Friday on Netflix. Yes. And I will be there. Janet Jackson recreates. Remember, the time music video for Michael Jackson's sixtieth birthday, while the king of pop would have been six sixties today. That's crazy. Today would have been Michael Jackson sixtieth birthday and his sister. Janet Jackson is honoring icon and a truly touch away. Janet posted the clip in which she is dressed as an African Queen sending entertaining performance to their death, south millier. That's because it's precisely the setup of brothers acclaimed music video for his nine hundred ninety two track. Remember, the time and the remake performer who catches Janice is t t the alter ego of viral video star Quilon Rogers bear known as at blame it on quay racket and elaborate hat a light green wig, a black tube top and green skirt. The social media star breaks into a dance with two women beside it by side devotes were remember, it was the Somali American model Iman who was terrifying Queen and the original music video, and it was obviously Michael who who chimed her with his singing dancing. Eddie murphy. Magic Johnson also appeared in Michael's video. Janet is hardly the only sell celebrity paint shape to Michael on the special day chance. Rapper smokey Robinson ak- also share post honor the king of pop Michael nephew TJ Jackson. Poster touchy touchy message, you inspired me. You taught me change me. Today wrote you kept me going in my darkest hour. We'll always be grateful for you. You were magical yet. So humble, he taught me the power of dreamy. You showed me that you shut me. What a real man is. I love you so much Amaechi every single day. Michael died on June twenty fifty thousand nine nine years ago that was nine years ago. Of cardiac arrest rat on my profile propofol and Benza deanza pains, which I used to treat anxiety and insomnia. His physician about the Conrad Murray was later convicted of involuntary manslaughter for administering the drugs. Take a breath on that. One tennis pays tributary through Franklin with a moment of silence during the Detroit show. Taylor swift is paying tributary. The pop star performed a reputation to show and the Queen of souls hometown Detroit, Michigan on Tuesday where she ledge near seen who died earlier this month at the age of seventy six pancreatic cancer Detroit last week. We lost an irreplaceable force Reuther Franklin. Switch to the sold out crowd at four field. She does so much for music. She does so much for women's rights should so much civil rights. She was one of those people were no matter what you say, no matter what glowing positive things you said about her. It would be an understatement where it's never ever describe how many things she didn't her lifetime. They made I world world a better place. She continue. And this is her home speech came about forty five minutes set follow up with a moment of sounds for Franklin a concert states that swift ask crew to turn the house lies down for the tribute. And and that aside from a few shoutouts swift. It was quiet for solid meant. Earlier in the day fans of Franklin's flocked to Detroit trials h right museum of African American history to pay their final respects to the late singer wants to closed members of the delta sigma Theta, sorority hosted a memorial service of their own as a way to commemorate Franklin who was initiated as honorary member in June, nineteen Ninety-two the Detroit News reports I did not know she was a DSP. Okay. Day to public viewings are happening Wednesday. That's today with a funeral for friends and family at greater grace temple on Friday. So also confirmed on Tuesday, I ran aground. They will be performing at the Queen of souls celebration of life with additional performances by stars. Like Stevie Wonder, faith hill, Jennifer Hudson. Fantasia Jennifer Holliday, and Franklin son Edward Franklin's family asked Guerande twenty four to be part of the funeral service. They were moved by performance of you made me feel financial woman tonight show staff Fallon, according to associate press, I didn't know she did that ironically, saying she can sing. So you have to give ever that. So now, I have to look that up. So I can see it. I had no idea. So and I have another story about everything. You've you now or later on the podcast. You'll get that later on the podcast say the best for last because the Queen is the best. So she does she deserves their perspect- pun in tended and included. Stephen Colbert shares his struggle with anxiety and why he stopped taking Xanax. All right. So dig into this steeple bears open up about how he's been able to deal with anxiety in a new interview actually with Rolling Stone. The fifty four year old late show host because how he needed to be Medicated when he was younger and that he had a nervous breakdown after he got married to his wife Evelyn in nineteen ninety three. Most that about actually Medicated he says, I mean in the most common prosaic way zanex was just lovely, you know, for a while. And then I realized that the gears were still smoking just couldn't hear them anymore, but I can feel them. I could feel the gearbox heating up and smoke point out of me. I was no longer walking around a couch. I had a bit of nervous breakdown kind of panic attacks. He continues my wife would go off to work, and she come home because I worked at night and be walking around the couch, and she's like how was your day. And I'd say you're looking at it just type circles around the couch. Kobe says he was able to deal with severe anxiety by performing. Okay. I would go to the show our curl up in a ball on the couch backstage now wait to hear my queue lines here members that were uncurling on stage, and I feel fine which occurred to me at the time like oh, you feel fine when you're out here. And then as soon as I got on stage. I just come until ball again. Nobody ever asked me what was wrong. It went. Went on for months. Centrally really interesting sorry to hear that the comedian explains. His decision to quickly stop taking Xanax medication countless prescribed to treat anxiety disorders. I stopped his after like nine days. He reveals I went, this isn't helping so I just suffered through it. I sometimes hold the bottle to go. Like, I could stop this feeling if I want it, but I'm not going to because I know if I stopped feeling somehow, I'm not working through it. Like, I have to go. I have to I have got to go through the tunnel with spiders in it. And then one morning I woke up and my skin wasn't on fire. And it took me a while to figure out what it was I wake up the next morning. I'm perfectly fine to the point where my body still humming. I'm a Bill that's been wrong. So hard that I I can still feel myself vibrating, but the actual sound was gone because I was starting rehearsal that day to create a new show. And then I went on my God, I can never stop performing. Creating something as what helped me from spinning apart like unweighted fly will. And I haven't stopped since even when I was a writer. I always had to be a front of a camera a little bit. I had to perform around with that, man. I like the camera too. During the interview. Colbert also came to the defense of fellow late night host Jimmy Fallon who face Chris's matcher. And if you Donald Trump temper two thousand sixteen before he became president found was accused of being playful with Trump at one point running his hand through his hair and asking him any difficult questions. I think that's completely unfair. Critique of Jimmy Fallon show. Cobra comment comments, you do not go to Jimmy Fallon show for political satire or even political discussion. He's an entertainer, and he's brilliant people blame his ratings on that. But I think people just have different appetite right now for political comedy. I think it's highly overblown the hair ruffling thing earlier this month rapper Nicki monas- left. Kobe species to an appearance on the late show. Steven Cabrera thanks to impromptu flirty rap about him. I saw that portion of that episode cute. And she was really good. It was very funny. Yeah. They had they had Nikki and Steven have very good chemistry together. Yes. Yeah. It was real cool. Kirk Douglas is one hundred and one years old people gases at eight month old great-granddaughter Lua and touching photo. So adding even know this until today, I mean, I knew he was like getting up there up there. I didn't know he was a hundred and one he may be the oldest Hollywood actor surviving. How to act right now. These one hundred one years old. I'm sorry. I'm just like shock. So I mean, that's mazing. He's still here. You know, four generations Kirk Douglas spent some quality time with his great granddaughter Lua awas from Santa right this week. And the multigenerational photo is all kinds of cute Cameron. Douglas, Michael Douglas in Indiana, lucre, proudly share the image of his grandfather get into knows eight month old daughter Lura who who he shares with yoga instructor, Vivian Phoebe or types from saying the name, right or not t h. T H E S touching black might pay. Lou is seen reaching for Kirk was sitting on a chair looking down at her camera. 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So stop lurk around and go straight out to the Golden State media concepts podcast network, guaranteed to fill that podcast, whatever it may be. Visit us at WWW dot MC podcast dot com. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter and download on itunes soundcloud and Google play. And we're back once again, you listen to Golden State media concepts entertainment podcasts, captain, Keith speaking. And we were talking about Kirk Douglas in his great granddaughter and how he's one hundred one years old. Louis has a special connection with great grandfather as her middle name. Liz Izzy it's an honor of the. One hundred one year old actress birthday. Sir. And Hewlett since she was born last December the little one has been meeting lots of famous family when she was just a month old came Astana photo of him posing with his daughter who was being held by Kurt words. Cannot express. Hashtag powerful, hashtag bloodline. He wrote that same month. She also spent time with her step grandmother, Catherine Zeta Jones as well as grandfather, Michael zizine Lua watch out for this deal. That's commission. Mark camera captured the pick of Catherine Lou along with the hash tags. Hashtag thoroughly blessed has ten loved and spoiled hashtag loved and has tech spoiled another pick of the devils family hero. What is all about? I started hashtag blessed with with hashtag family. The hashtag going, man. Okay. Very cool. Don't. Nicki Menaj gushes over Iran grind, his fiancee's p Davidson does he have a brother? I can't even make it up. Man. I can't even make it up. Yeah. Okay. It is nice picture of mckeon and REI Anna that is keep picture of them. Okay. Mickey Manassas looking for a man just like Davidson, the thirty five year old rapper to the comment section of underground is latest post where the pasta showed off her husband to be in the black and white pick. Davison twenty four has a giant grin on his face. While racking a backwards baseball hat and a striped shirt, the second shot in this slide show as a woman looking at her phone adjusting, sunglasses seemingly appreciating what she's seeing on the screen and then quote OMG at the most perfect man on the planet. WT F. Does he have a brother BT BTC H question question? Mark exclamation Mark. Menashe count on the post the Menards. Maybe out of luck with her hopes that meeting Davidson's nonexistent, brother. The Serna lifestyle only has one sibling sister Casey someone else made their ability known to her. Yeah. Me machine gun Kelly wrote response Nash's comment. There was just recently start in the rappers music video for some loco. It's no surprise that manashian Guan. They may have the same taste of men to do. I have been close for years from collaborating songs to hanging out at the video music awards. Granted even shade at Travis Scott whose album astral beat when as Queen for the number one by earlier this month. Funny. Yeah. That whole thing. Travis Scott how Nikki everyone everyone's doing too much at sales. It's record sales. It happens. You just can't you know? Yeah. That whole thing was just kind of. Yeah. Yeah. I don't I don't see that. You can't be mad because someone more records than you. No matter what they did to promote it. You know? No one's forcing people to buy more records. It is what it is. So Stephen Mel earn less than co-stars arrows leading man. Hit hit TV series Aaron CW for which is what you show up for green arrow, Stephen mail tells it like it is that thirty seven year old actor was guest Michael Rosenbaum's inside of you podcast Tuesday, where he spoke candidly about what it's like to the leave of the CW smash. Aero m L was a male was a cast was cast as our Queen slash green. Arrow a billionaire playboy turn mass pitch. Anti in two thousand eleven seven years era was first leading role and at the time. I didn't really care what the deal was. He said it was a fair deal. I had no quote at never been a series record before series regular series regular on hung ten but I wasn't going to be bumped up to series regular to a series regular price into the fourth season. Right. If there wasn't four season, which there wasn't and by the way, hung star Thomas. Jalen HBO where he was. The gym teacher. He was a schoolteacher and. Because apparently, he was willing doubt. He wind up becoming a undercover part time gigolo. He's also a divorce say. That was HBO show. And I don't know why they canceled it. I love that show that show was amazing. So I forgot the Stephen the mail was on that show. Yeah. That show was amazing. It was funny. So funny. And he had a panel. She was very quick you lady. Yeah. The show was amazing. But I digress. Let's get Stephen melon. Aero. But look look up on like Netflix look upon is just look for it. It's good. It's really good show. Yeah. They jumped shocker now when they should've kept that one going. It was very very fair deal. It was a very very fair deal. I mean, the first thing they did was to try to hire me as a Canadian that was a big. No, no as it meant. He would be earning less money wouldn't be eligible to receive residuals. That's the first conversation. Okay. That they have an my agent shutdown immediately. Basically, the business person comes back semi embarrassed. And says, you know, I gotta ask even after the contract was signed a male had to push back behind the scenes not wanting to be taken a manager despite his experiences as leading man another call when he had to defend himself shooting scene for episode and season one in the early days. We didn't do a lot of reviews, but they were not happy with a couple of elements of episode five he said, so a Mel was caught into rework some scenes with co-star Katie Cassidy, and that's when he reached his breaking point and once again himself, we have been working sixty six days a week for a couple of weeks coming in Sundays in doing that. I'm in the aero costume. I've got the F ING I make on. It was eleven fifteen or whatever the second. The second assistant director said to me your call. Tomorrow's eleven fifteen and I said, I'm not done for the day. I can't base camps twenty minutes away. And I've got to take my makeup off. It's not my turnaround. I'm exhausted. I'm going to take my turn around. And he say contractually, your call Tom's eleven fifteen and I don't have to give you any explanation after remembered. I said, okay, I'm going to tell you this right now and wanting to do it in front of people. So they everybody knows this. I'm going to get in the car tomorrow at exact time, they get in the car tonight and not a minute sooner. And if you had handed this with a little more tech, if you had if you had handled this with little more tact. Maybe we could have done something. But you didn't. So when everybody asked why we are starting later than everyone wants to you need to tell them. It's your fault. You pushed around here at it. But I recognize my value. I think pretty early on. By the time. I contract negotiations rolled around. He admitted it became weird and little personal as he told Rosenbaum who had similar experiences making the CW smallville. Yes, folks. Let me let me say something about that. Real quick. Michael Rosenbaum was lex Luther on smallville. When it comes to superman history and fanfare and lore and legend of. That amazing conic franchise and their characters and the people who have played superman. You know, you remember George REEs or we've superman from the black and white TV series. And then and the seventies and eighties. You remember Christopher REEs? Who was an amazing superman and Clark Kent. May he rest in peace? He also had dean Cain, and you had. Brenda ralph. And of course, Tom willing. So here's what I'm saying. People talk about who plays superman, but they'll talk about who plays lex Luther. So everyone remembers is basically Gene Hackman from the superman moves movies, Christopher Reeve. And yes, sometimes it was okay. I mean, Gene Hackman is a great actor. I never cared for the the humor joke. Joke version of lex Luther d-, lex Luther was always very serious, villain, an evil genius. So what's model came along and see w? And Tom welling got casted as Clark Kent. The man who would be superman and Michael Rosenbaum got casted as Alexsandr Luther aka lex Luther. Michael Rosa bomb is like the greatest lex Luther ever. That's just my opinion. He was amazing. He was a very important part of that TV show. So if you want to know what really is you know, as far as that. I comic villain that character Superman's arch nemesis mica Rosenbaum did it and he did five thousand percent. Well, the only other like right now is Jesse Eisenberg from the Batman versus superman movie. And yes, I liked the movie sart three times only ultimate edition. Yes. Yes. Yes. Jesse Eisenberg is the only other legs. He's not as good as Michael Rosenbaum. But he's a close second because lex Luther was a genius. And you never got that Gene Hackman. She did a great job, especially chemistry with net Beatty. But I never felt like hat man was evil mastermind. I always felt like he was just as guy wanted attention superman. But when you look at Michael Rosenbaum and his friendship with Clark Kent before it became superman is just is just tension. I mean, it's just a tense is just. It simmers chemistry and the intensity and the truth and the lies and how they fluctuate back and forth. And you know, there are towns around watching smallville where I was rooting for lex because I could see Clark line to necessarily. And there are other times where I was reading Clark because let's was wrong. And that was that's what made that show. Great. So Michael Rosenbaum was amazing as lex Luther amazing. He's my favorite lex. So. Make you back to the story. But I had to share that with you. So you know, he's got a power cast. I'm going to take on this podcast. And I'm doing a podcast. But yeah, he was great. So it's cool to see him talking to Stephen the mail and possibly giving him advice about what it's like to be in the CW DC universe. So I think that's cool. The only issue I had the first couple of years was I think that up until the end of the second season. I was the fourth or fifth highest paid cast member because I had no quote. I think this is coming from Michael Rosa, actually, they gave me what they termed as a gift after season two. It's them raising my salary without asking for anything term. My thing was very simple. Just quite frankly. I work way more than everybody else especially in season one and season two. It was way more disproportionate than it is. Now, I think somebody was making X they're like, okay, you're going to be x minus like one thousand two hundred and fifty per episode, and I go what are you doing? That's not the most amount of money. They said, yeah. No. It's the most amount of money over the course of twenty three episodes because the person above you is not episodes produced. Okay. Technically, you're right. That leads a little bit of a sensor, crappy taste in my mouth. Just a little. Okay. So maybe that was Stephen the mill talking out Michael was excuse me for that, admittedly. It was a trying time for a male where actors we're actors, and we're sensitive, and we take everything personally as so it is difficult to say is also difficult to argue with one brothers television because they are prolific and they had been in business forever. That's true. And the back of his mind he thought the entity of air is bigger than me, I'm replaceable. But no, you're not. No, you're not Stephen. You are an amazing green arrow here. Mazing? Yeah. I would actually read that book now because of that because of your trail of him. So when I did my when I did my renegotiation. It was it wasn't fun because I have a lot of friends who have been similar positions. And I knew what the actual numbers were very good friends with Jerry pedal. Achey any share information in any shared information with me, Tom welling share with him. All right. Good cool. It is everyone trying to help each other out. Right. Right. And I have gone onto share that information with people that think it might be beneficial to they are to set up trying to be a broker a salary increase. I'm trying to me instead of trying to broker increase. But when you're hearing a final offer, I heard final offer with that's cool. I'm good with my current. And then there was that sounds for weeks and weeks and weeks. More on the story after this break. The Starlight lounge presents an evening with the progressive box. Yeah. Let's you tickling the ivories. He just saved. By bundling home and auto progressive gonna finally by ring for that gal of yours Ugo send condolences. This next to St.. There's. 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It wasn't until this year that they started building down. Excuse me started building in down days to the production. He said certain productions would go dark for a couple of days. So you can actually move the actors around. Very cool picture of him and then grenade. Outfit working multiple shells without having final finalize its contract with stressful. The very first time, I did it was going. And doing the pilot of the flash it was once it doesn't matter. If you're getting one scene you're getting wants team established care to them used to getting X number dollars to betray an episode of television. So there was a little bit of animosity he admitted, but when it actually came for proper renegotiation decided that I thought it would be advantageous for me to take a slightly lower mount on crossovers because ultimately my financial incentive on the show revolves around revolves around my episodic fee. Now that crossovers bigger events. It's become a very hard. It's become very hard for now as he has had to read four scripts work with actors until one cohesive story. He explain I always take some time with their actors to just go. Okay. Where are we? Uh-huh. Which show that's going to be our three. Yep. Okay. What just happened to make sure that I know where where I write by nature is complaining, I love going to other sets. He said, however, he what changed it the call. She ordered to match the context of episode if I have the most to do in the crossover, and I did this year treat me like number one. As in prioritize, my time and get me out of there. So that I can either go to another production or be rested for the following day. He said each show prioritize their own actors, and that's fine. I get it. I would do it differently. New episodes of era will begin airing Monday. I took her fifteen APM, man. I gotta wait and talk Tober after that the series future's uncertain. My contract is up after seven at there's going to be some clarity future in the show. Soon thereafter tease. It was very interesting feeling once we were picked up for season seven because all of a sudden I saw the finish line. Even if it's many many years from now that would be up to me and not up to the studio who has had me under contract willingly. I signed it. I have no regrets that I signed it. But every year it's like we're going to pick up another season. You have to come back. He's able would not be that. We're talking about season. Eight would not be that. We're talking about it. Okay. That doesn't necessarily mean. He's looking to leave the show the passionate still there are one hundred percent. And we have a lot of new blood on the show, which is which I think is important. This is what I've been thinking about. What else does my character have to do? He said it's possible. The show runners could kill office character. He doesn't have. He doesn't have superpowers. But Mel finds incredibly hard to believe that that would ever happen for them are Furthermore, he argue I don't know that anyone would allow themselves to be cornered by killing the towel character of the show. Exactly. Because there is no show at that point. That's what we call jumping the shark. Don't wanna do that. The only thing that is left for him to do. He doesn't have to die to do. This is he needs to leave a legacy because we have all these other shows that exists. So whether aero contains on in the absence of Oliver Queen or someone else took up the mantle of the green arrow, I leaving a legacy is one is the one box. It has left to tic for the character amount said although he's loved working on the series. He admitted our take arrow right now. I wouldn't take aero right now. Because my life has changed. I mean, I'm in my life is different. I understand why I'm still doing it. But if somebody came to me and said, all right. We have a LeRoy role for you on a television show. I would go before you tell me anything where does it shoot. If they say in couvert, I go, okay. But when but when how many episodes, and at the at the number was north of ten I would I would say, no. Ero put on the map, but working year round has also been limiting. I don't really have the ability right now to be aspirational elsewhere because of how many episodes it is. And so I worry sometimes about being the guy that people will think has only ever done aro-. I worry that. If I stay on the show through ten seasons. And I respect people who do that. I have great admiration for time staying for ten years for Jensen echoes and jerem penalty going into their year. Fourteen fifteen or whatever it is for supernatural, another amazing show. I also have respect for for you going. You know what I did seven? I'm good. And it's time to move on. He told Rosenbaum I worry that. If I stick around until I'm forty is there a chance, I've sacrificed the next twenty five years of my career because I may be state a little too long. But at the same time in mill took a moment to recognize the extraordinary fans who are who have watched his show and their homes every week for season for season for season years, people are so kind and so thoughtful, and I'm just so lucky to be involved in something that has been so captivated for so many people the stuff that they've shared with me. It's life changing, man. It's also why he is internally grateful the opportunity I could go on to do things that people think are way more nitpicking are bigger profile or the movies, or whatever the case may be era will always be the most important thing that's ever happened to me professionally he said ever. That was very nice thing to say. So keeping up with a all keeping up Konya. It's back. Kanye, west argues, wearing small San hose is the Japanese way. Okay. So you're gonna get double dose of Konya. After his footwear made headlines to change wedding. Cayenne west took to Twitter, explain his shoe style. The gold digger rapper and his wife Kim, crashing attended the Miami nuptials between two chains and kisha ward. Earlier this month, the keeping up with the Kardashians star war neon. Green dress a shade. She'd been rocking all week while her husband done, the mint green suit. However, it was his foot where they're raised a few eyebrows now easy had racket sock and Santo combination. But he also were shoes that appear to be a few sizes too small. But on Tuesday west explain he had actually been wearing sandals. The Japanese way. He also tweet pictures of what appear to be a version of the traditional Japanese shoe, Gita, the straps should be snug. But not too tight between the toes part of the tradition. It's also stated your he'll should extend one or two centimeters off the back of the wooden soul. So what does tradition think of shoe style? While the reality star didn't comment on the look she did rocket similar sock and Santa combination in July. There you go. I'm looking at it. So. Yeah. No. I have to say is. I'm just not wearing sandals. That too small for my feet. I'm not doing that. But hey, you know, you're Kanye west. I guess you can pull it off. So all right. So I know my limits when it comes to fashion some things are never where you won't see me spandex just not gonna happen. It would just be inappropriate for me to do. So. But you know, there's other things look better in. So I'm okay with that one size does not fit. All that's a lie. Kyw US talks Drake, the story of added on and slavery was choice. New article new interview today actually kinda west is in fine form doing an emotional interview. You can actually watch this. You can look you can watch this video interview to kinda west is currently sitting down for conversational Chicago's one oh seven point five w in which a wide variety variety of topics were and I discussed at length when asked about push achieves the story of added on and Drake easy opened up about the follow hits me really sensitive place. He's lanes because you like hang around people, and they come to your house and be around your family and this and that and then they get mad about a beat. And then send you purple demory's. He also felt Drake was being insensitive to a situation given the proximity to the infamous teams incident. I feel that it was insensitive for Drake to in any way stress me out in any way after TMZ while I'm in Wyoming healing, pulling all the pieces together working on my music, and you know, well. We'll we'll we'll reconcile that one day because we got to because we got to work we got work to do. And these voices is just too powerful. But. Before gone without ical. So I understand what kind of what's coming from about. He's he feels like Jake was being insensitive. But do you understand what Jake was coming from your artists push t made a district that said way too much that went way too, personal that other emcees hip hop legends. Is keep also stated that you know, you go little too far. You don't talk about people's parents. And you know, you just. You know, even though for a lot of people out in this world today. They think they're aren't rules. Hip hop. But there are rules in hip hop. People. Just forgot that. So I get kinda feels like Drake was being insensitive. But you know, I think you'd being insensitive to Drake, you know, because push tease your artists, and you knew what was going to do. And you let it go out. So, you know, there's you have to claim some responsibility in that regard. That's a two way thing. So and one might say that you're being sensitive, and that you might have lot of nerve. And on to say that you think he was insensitive to you. Because what you went through on teams E of actually what you put yourself on teams E so much Kiei fan. And I'm a Drake fan. I like both I like their music. But yeah. I think you're being very subjective. And what you said in that regardless finish this article. But I want to say that to you. He also appeared to address Jimmy Kimmel's does down Trump care about black people comment, providing what seems to be a tough one answer. I feel that Trump cares about the way. Black people feel about him. He would like people to like him like when he was cool in the rap songs and all this. That's an accurate statement. Yeah. I do believe that. Yes. He would do the things that are necessary to mate that happened because he's got an eagle like all the rest of us. Yes, I agree. And he wants to be the greatest president. And he knows that he can't be president without the acceptance of the black community. So it's something he's going to work towards, but we're going to have to speak to him. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. That's yeah. I agree kinda West Point with that clarifying his infamous slavery comment attempts to add some context claiming that sound like a choice specifically to the spirit of Kanye west, which I think is aligned with this period of Hera, Tubman, which I think is aligned with the spirit of NAT Turner. He proceeds to speak on how speaking English is a form of slavery as it's not even his tongue. Why healy? Okay. I am not crazy. But I can definitely go. There. If pushed he admits explain explaining he has ways of controlling I had the luxury version of mental health still that doesn't stop him from adding his own inside claiming we have all we we all have undiagnosed Mattel issues, he says the biggest of being called crazy instigate written off that you don't know what you're talking about. That's true. It's one of the segments. Ivory I want to take this moment right now to say, I'm sorry for the one to affect of the maga- into the slave comment says using I'm sorry to people who let down by that moment. He says apology literally brings one of the co host one of those tears as she says, your voice is so powerful, you have the ability to make changes for the African American community. Responds by asking can I have a hug? So very cool. And I have I mean, there's just yeah. It's like a palooza. But you know, this shows almost over in. I promise you one more story on the the Queen of soul. Our ESP ether Franklin's four day memorial service includes multiple outfit changes. So yes, her few knows this week is services this week. And yes, the Queen is so we'll be changing her outfits her casket, she has a wardrobe wardrobe chains, and I I'm let me read it, and I'll tell you what I think about it. The Queen of salt. Franklin will be laid to rest style funeral home in charge at the home. The home home going service for the Aretha Franklin has announced that she will have multiple outfits and true diva fashion executive vice president of Swanson funeral home in. This Watson said the Franklin family authorized her to reveal that the music icons. Wardrobe would be changed days leading up to burial on Friday. And he tried to put lots woodland cemetery. Swats did not disclose details on the exact number of outfits. Outfit changes to Queen of Sowa have. But she hinted that it will be a surprise. There would be a natural. It would be natural changes and wardrobe that a Queen would make acquainted to the Detroit Free Press the music icons body arrived in a custom for thousand twenty four karat gold plated casquette, Charles H, right? Museum of African American history in Detroit on this past Tuesday yesterday morning for the star for to public viewing. Yep. There it is. So look. She's the Queen of soul. We just lost our Queen. And you know what? The Queen of soul wants to have orchard change for her funeral for her casket. I'm all for it. She can get away with it. She has that respect we. Yeah. We definitely have love for the Queen of soul. This lady who knew she was dying last year and still performed a free concert for the people of Detroit. You know, and she's been very generous in her dealings. She's just she was a brilliant artist is was an artist so nothing but love for Rita. So I was talking to a friend of mine earlier. And I was like well when see a cruise died they took her casket on tour like a funeral tour that took her around for different places. It was like a party tour. I had never heard of that before my friend. He has said that that's kinda normal that he has heard of that before with other famous liberties. But I'm like if CO crews, and may she rest in peace to amazing singer if they can take her body on tour for celebration for her fans, then there's nothing wrong with Franklin having different change, a dress to make sure she's always looking good even in death. I'm okay with that. Definitely. Well, good people the planet earth and the known universe. Thank you for listening to state media concepts entertainment podcast. This is your captain Keith at a good time. Hope you did. I appreciate you all listening and. Until next time. I see some out space. You've been listening to the Golden State media concepts entertainment podcast, part of the Golden State media concepts podcast network. You can find this show and others like it at WWW dot g m c podcast dot com. Download our podcast on itunes, Stitcher. Soundcloud and Google play just type in GS MC to find all the shows from the Golden State media concepts podcast network from movies to use it throw sports entertainment. 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GSMC Entertainment Podcast Episode 76: Kanye West(Drake & Slavery) Mel B. Rehab

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GSMC Entertainment Podcast Episode 76: Kanye West(Drake & Slavery) Mel B. Rehab

"Always on the go. But the day just be more without your Hollywood fence foot, Golden State media concepts center, ten podcast, take care of that and all inclusive look, pop culture. Greetings good people, the planet earth and the known universe. You're listening to state me to concept's entertainment podcast. This is captain Keith. I've got a lot of entertainment for you today. Yes, I do. So and our podcast episode description is the full descriptions couldn't tap it. All out is really keeping up kind. Yeah, you know, Drake and slavery. Interview Melby rehab and Stephen Colbert variety. So those are the headlining stories, but there's so much more and let's get to it. How Melby is America's got talent co-stars supporting her ahead of rehab. Following the revelation that Melby it's planning on entering rehab. After the conclusion of the season of America's got talent, the performers GT family is doing everything they can to support their friend and co star Tuesday's new episode was the first to air. Says, the news broke though the former Spice Girls star made no reference to announcement during the broadcast. However, after the show Mobis fell judge is opened up to ET about struggles. Okay. She's a very strong wonderful lady who's Beto what a lot of people battle fella, judge Mandel stated to doing directo after this show. I'm just amazed at how she can show up and be a true professional and just a wonderful person who was entertaining. And I'm thrilled and I feel lucky that I get to sit beside her and America's America gets to enjoy her and why, and listen to her Mandel at it while it was originally reported by number of tabloids Melby was seeking treatment for alcohol and sex addiction. The singer shut down those rumors during an interview with the with the Ellen Degeneres show and explained that she's looking to help dealing with pulse max trust, sorta associated with her father's death last year and her subsequent divorce from Stephen Belafonte. Mandell said that he is ready wanted to help Melby with whatever she needs from me. I hope that she would reach out and I'll reach out to her. He shared. She's a friend and I think we have to be there for our friends and people we Meyer and she certainly somewhat, I Meyer whatever she wants from me and needs for me. I'm there for her. Okay, that's cool. I can do that. How do you Clem ACLU shared similar sentiments? Steadying I'm her friend and I've been her friend for really long time, and I'm always going to be there for her and help her with whatever she needs help help in as for salmon. Cowl, who has famously had something of a contentious relationship with be the outspoken, the outspoken English TV personality said he has a lot of respect for her work ethic and professionalism melted trooper. She comes to the show leaves everything behind focused focuses on the contestant that is sped as true professional. Cal said she so professional, it's all about the contestants with her so alive, respect for her. While Melby didn't do press interviews after the show she opened up to guest host leeann Michelle and explained the reason for upcoming rehab stint. I've been therapy since my father got diagnosed with cancer. Nine years ago. My therapy changed a little bit because I was in a very intense relationship which you can all read about in my book on est Nobis shared, I do address those issues, but you know, I'm not a alcohol. No, I'm not a sex addict. Okay. Very happy that Melby is going to get the treatment that she needs. And I do believe that you know, post traumatic stress disorder, definitely. Especially if. You know if it's been abusive relationship, I get that, but it's just funny. I mean, you have to be careful because if you keep on saying, I'm not an alcoholic and I'm not a sex addict. It's kind of like, well. Thank you protest too much, but you know, I, it's very possible that. You know what the tabloids that's just, you know, that sounds more exciting and sexy than she has PTSD. So I get it. I mean, it sounds it sounds more. You know racy, and you know, just tilling, oh yes, she's alcohol. She's a sex addict. You know, that sells papers, not a Spice Girl has PTSD, so I get it. So we definitely wish while here. Definitely. So it's just kinda messed up the chance to tell people that because they're automatically thinking the wrong thing about you. They don't even know you. So I get it. Yeah, just answer my question. Okay. Anna fares, Chris Pratt, hang out for a day out for a second day in a row. So the recently divorced couple rebel. NFL Chris Pratt approving once again that they're amicable excess the former pair who split last August after eight years of marriage hung out for the second day in a row on Tuesday, taking a morning stroll in Santa Monica, California, both dress casual for the outing with Farris in a simple white t shirt skiing genes in the black and gray baseball cap, and Pratt and matching hat. But now shirt shorts and sneakers Farris forty one and Pratt thirty. Nine were also spotted together on Monday taking a walk in holding hands with their six-year-old son, Jack. And while they seem to be experts co-parenting the to have both moved on with different partners practice currently, dating, Katherine, Schwarzenegger, very nine, same ages him while Farris has reportedly been seeing a her overboard. Cinematographer Michael Barrett, who's forty eight. Okay. A source states in July. Their relationships with nigger has become serious quickly, add to pop rasc-, captured shots of them, kissing out with the actress, son. They went from casually dating to spending much more time together. The source said at the time, Chris and Catherine have introduced one another to their family and friends and have been almost inseparable when they are free and till he knew it was more than just casual. He was introducing Jack to anyone. The source added Chris and Catherine, very happy together. All righty. Lethal weapon star claimed Crawford break. Sounds shock in firing claims. He was blackmailed. So now before I get into the story, I didn't even know that until I was doing my research that he got fired. Now lethal weapon, the TV series happens to be a rarity. It's a hit on television, I believe on FOX. So usually when you take a movie, a hit movie and you make a TV series from it, it fails. There's only been. Off the top of my head to shows that that was not the case. The first one being mash. And the second one being Buffy the vampire slayer. But most of the time when you try to take a movie and making it to a TV series, it doesn't go well. So the reason why mentioning this, the simple fact that claimed Crawford played the character that Mel Gibson played in the movie. So if you're firing him and mind you, you look at this show, you know, as Damon wayans show Damon. Wayne says the March, the more the more popular, the more well known actor he's successful. So this was basically like a breakout role, clan Crawford to my knowledge. So when you look at the show, you know, you know, this is Damon show, which is fine. But I guess my only concern is that if you fire the other half legendary lethal weapon team, how you gonna continue the show. Because now you're going to have to have a really good writing really good writing to pull that off. If you're going to do this movie as a series without one of the main characters from the movie, he's one half of the, he's he's the second half of an important dual. It's just doing lethal weapon today with Danny Levin. There's no Gibson don't. I don't add up. It just is not gonna work, but hey, prove me wrong. Let's see. Let's see what you do. So are you going to you guys going to use the same character but give them a different face? Like they've on the fresh prince Abell air because that that really, I didn't. I didn't care for that. So I watched it and then I stop watching actually. And I think Daphne reads and amazing actress and her husband Tim me. I like them both. So she did a good job. It just wasn't the same for me. Just wasn't the same. So when you do recast and you've got to be real careful real careful. So we'll see what happens with that, but let me the story. But I had to say that had to let you guys know wait a minute, this this doesn't. This is kind of strange so skin to the story lethal weapon, star clan. Crawford was fired in may after it was revealed that he was reprimanded twice. His onset behavior and in a candidate new interview, the actor bluntly tells his side of the story. Okay. If you've been worn twice. Okay. All right. We go Crawford appeared on the podcast drinking Bros. his first interview since his premature exit from the FOX show and claims. He was never even form with a phone call that he had been officially fire parameter, learned his firing through social media. Ouch. Crawford who played troubled cop, Marta rinks only the weapon. That was awesome. Gibson back in the movie. One of the two main stars on the series alongside Damon wayans exactly who played his straight laced partner, Roger Murtaugh, Danny Glover's character. It's a little different when you place Becky or the mom off a fresh prince. Like if they replace the fresh prince, we have been like, what the heck are we watching anyway, that's why I just didn't think it was possible Crawford comments. I just didn't think they were going to get rid of me, I guess. And if they did, I thought they give me a buzz just a jangle just grab to Kansas string and just be like, you're not coming back. We feel like this is the Damon wayans show and people just don't like you. So go to the freaking clothes back to Alabama. You dumb hick. Thanks for playing. Who I mean, that was his quote in the podcast as for the leaked tapes of Riley published that capture forty euro Crawford yelling profanities during an onset outburst after claims. He was previously blackmailed with the release of the tapes when he would complain about wayans on behavior variety reported at the time that Crawford became particularly frustrated while shooting at a public pool in Los Angeles, probably due to children at the pool which was supposed to be closed to the public creating background noise. I snapped crop because of the incident, though insist, it's a blatant, you know, freaking lie. The he ever. Yoda children should have gone to my trailer. One hundred percent should have just gone and wait it. That's what I was instructed to do when there was a problem, you go sit in your trailer and you like you're doing and you take a nap. Hollywood is very sensitive so I should not have screamed and yelled right because it's a bunch of very duck and flowers out there. Okay. I knew that there were going to release these tastes because they've been blackmailing me with them for months and months and months. The entire second season Crawford alleges also claiming there Wayne's what's behind the negative stories about him prior to his firing, and I have all the text messages from these people voicemails from these people say, obviously you're not the problem, but you've got to, but you've got to get ahead of this because you know they're going to use those tapes against you. Crawford says, he was also encouraged to publicly apologize to Wayne's by one of others to your president Peter Roth in order to save his job. I can't podge to this guy, Crawford says of mentality at the time towards fifty seven year old wayans. He has made life miserable for me on the show, and I also feel like they're already moving forward. I feel like if I apologize, they're going to use that to justify this decision, they're making it supporting his bad behavior and his ego. Wonder, brothers has a statement regarding coffers allegations. Clearly, there's no love lost few skews me. I'm gonna slow back on a slow back real why and take my time. Clearly. There's no love lost between wayans and Crawford and may Wayne's alleged Crawford causes. Bloody onset injury. Errol should make him females cry. After some fans slammed. Winds find the Newsday. Crawford has been replaced by actress, Sean William Scott. He also alleged that Crawford another actor in the mouth with the bottle. He became uninsurable. Okay. Never use that. Where before, but all right way, tweeted impart before deleting tweets, relished, and making cry and stuck fair cast and crew hashtag. Don't blame me. So, yeah. So it looks like it's a case of he said. She said it looks like there was a mutual dislike on both sides last week. The weapon debuted its first promo for season three giving fans. The first look at Scott in the series. Scott will play a Wesley coal, the new part in the way it's Martorell. Okay. At the check it out, I do like Sam Williams. Got so. The interesting lethal weapon returns Tuesday, September twenty. Fifth at nine pm eastern time Pacific standard time on FOX there. It is Jason Bateman and Laura Linnea making on settling authenticity in Ozark season to the hit Netflix series. That is crazy and so much fun to watch even from the first episode from their, I open the scene. Does ominous about that. Ozark is Jason Bateman like you've never seen him before. The forty nine year actor has become known and beloved to fans betrayals, the modest family man trying to prove himself and do the right thing in Ozark is still plays a family man. But as viewers quickly learned in season one, mighty bird isn't exactly a modest guy and his moral compasses questionable questionable at best. The Netflix series files, Bateman character. A financial planner caught between the FBI, the Mexican cartel and local criminals in the Ozarks martyrs willing to willing to do whatever it takes to get himself and his family above water, and that only escalates season two. So I can't wait to see that because he's one was amazing more about this after this break. Find out that you see onto embroi- lag lag. Would that in this, hey, we hit. We've. Alexa play Arianna 'Grande. Okay. With Amazon music of voices. All you need get tens of millions of songs, download the Amazon music app today. Hi, it's Jamie progressive's. Number one. Number two employee leave a message at the, hey, Jamie, it's me Jamie. This is your daily pep talk. I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your Capella group mad harmony, but you will bounce back. I mean, you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with the name, your price tool. It should be you giving me the pep talk. Now, get out there. Hit that high note and take mad harmony all the way to nationals this year. Sorry, pitchy progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates. Price and coverage match limited by state law. One of finding out what movies to go see then check out the GMC movie podcast. It's your ticket to the latest movies, whether it's a new blockbuster event romantic comedy or action flick, this show has got it all covered. They talk some what to go. See now don't bother what's hot on Netflix and everything in between that GMC podcast dot com back slash movie dash podcast. When it's all about the movies, it has to be this new show. Don't forget to like on Facebook and follow them on Twitter, visit GS MC podcast dot com for more info. And we're back once again, you listen to Golden State media concepts, entertainment podcast, captain Keith talking about the hit series Ozark on Netflix and season to come and soon. So things go up stakes wise. In many areas, we make no concern for that baby recently stated to ET's leeann Netflix summer television, critics association, press debt. We got to get them. We got to give them a good blood splatter here and there or a good shock there. And they're what we try to do is just make sure when Steph does happen, whether it's an emotional explosion or physical problem that feels authentic, and it's unsettling he's plane. Adding that a car crash in the show might happen slightly off frame just as someone would witness it out of the corner there. I in real life sometimes the to how Chilean some of the stuff is. Bateman who produces and sometimes directs always are. He's nominated for Emmys for both acting in directing the series action. Excellent. Said that the sophomore season learned that leans into this shows off kilter nature even more. I think we're when you're better at doing that. He tees, I hope Laura Linney who plays mighties wife. Wendy also becomes a larger part of the payments, criminal escapades and season two taking initiative and control on her own still some for favorite scenes are with our onscreen husband. I love coming to sentencing, like, how was he going to handle this monologue? How's he going to do this? How is this going to fly out of his mouth? And it's and it's a really unique skill. She said abatements acting. She's also a big fan of him in the director's chair. Our companies happiest when he is directing the set runs the best. We're all comfortable. There's a sense of trust there were taking care of and as an actress to same thing is the same guy, which is nice. It's not a schizophrenic relationship. She said, it's not like, you know, when he's act. Eating. He behaves way when it's director. He's total jerk. That's good to know. I like that. That's a very nice comment from your Coa your co star. He never changes in a good way. He's very consistent co star. Julia garner added the twenty four, the twenty four year old actress captivates us local criminal term, his apprentice Ruth Langmore. She is great on the show. I really do like her. She's a trip, a girl torn between her family's desire to swindle Marnie and her hopes to actually learn from him because Reuss fathers out of jail and season too. You definitely see a much more vulnerable side of Ruth garner promised. Everybody's trying to find identity on the show, but this season, she's really trying to find her because she's conflicted between Marty and her father. There's a lot of things that are not clear for her. Things also get shaken up by new addition to the cast. Janet mcteer joins as a cartel lawyer who comes to town to investigate the disappearance of the crime. Lord, Camille del Rio is Morales ACM arouse all year. Forgot about that seat. She's just got a great presence payment marvel as lane joked that mcteer's alone and over six feet makes her feel safe and secure. Even if that's not her character objective, she would at least be able to see where you could get out of the room because her head is higher than everybody else's Bateman cracked. They're funny. The co stars definitely don't have a hard time joking around mid show, serious darkened somewhat graphic, they know that nature, but Bateman recommends that those turning tuning into the show's second season don't breeze through it like a comedy. There's nothing funny about the show. Not really. I mean episodes are an hour each and you want to be able to absorb what you saw and try to guess where. Are they going to go from here and then maybe talk about it with somebody payment advice, adding. He likes to watch the show to yourselves at a time, but it's awesome it up to the viewer. That's the great thing about Netflix. You can raise your own race. I agree. Season two premiered Friday on Netflix. Yes. And I will be there. Janet, Jackson recreates. Remember the time music video for Michael Jackson's sixtieth birthday. While the king of pop would have been six sixties today. That's crazy. Today would have been Michael Jackson sixtieth birthday, and his sister. Janet Jackson is honoring icon and a truly touch away. Janet posted the clip in which she is dressed as an African Queen, sending entertaining performance to their death south millier. That's because it's precisely the setup of brothers acclaimed music video for his nine hundred ninety two track. Remember the time and the remake performer who catches Janice is t t the alter ego of viral video star Quilon Rogers, bear known as at blame it on quay racket and elaborate a light green wig a black tube top and green skirt. The social media star breaks into a dance with two women beside it by side devoting will remember, it was the Somali American model Iman who was terrifying Queen and the original music video. And it was obviously Michael who who chimed her with his singing dancing, Eddie Murphy, Magic Johnson also appeared in Michael's video. Janet is hardly the only sell celebrity paint, shape to Michael on a special day chance. Rapper smokey. Robinson ak- also share post honor the king of pop Michael nephew. TJ Jackson posted, a touchy message. You inspired me. You taught me change me today wrote, you kept me going my darkest hour. We'll always be grateful for you. You were magical yet. So humble, he taught me the power of dreamy. You showed me that you shut me what a real man is. I love you so much Amaechi every single day. Michael died on June twenty. Fifty thousand nine nine years ago that was nine years ago. Of cardiac arrest brought on by profile, propofol and Benza deanza pains, which I used to treat anxiety and insomnia. His physician that to Conrad Murray was later convicted of involuntary manslaughter for administering the drugs. Take a breath on that one tennis pays tributary through Franklin with a moment of silence during the Detroit show. Taylor swift is paying tributary. The pop star performed a reputation to show in the cream sauce, hometown Detroit, Michigan on Tuesday where she ledge near seen who died earlier this month at the age of seventy six pancreatic cancer, Detroit last week, we lost an irreplaceable force. Reuther Franklin switch to the sold out crowd at four field. She does so much for music. She does so much for women's rights should so much civil rights. She was one of those people were no matter what you say, no matter what glowing positive things you said about her. It would be an understatement where it's could never ever describe how many things she didn't lifetime. They made I world world a better place. She continue and this is her home. Speech came about forty, five minutes set. Follow up with a moment of silence for Franklin, a concert states that swift ask crew to turn the house lights down for the tribute and and that aside from a few shot outs swift, it was quiet for solid meant. Earlier in the day fans of Franklin's flocked to detect trials h right museum of African American history to pay their final respects to the late singer wants to closed members of the delta sigma, Theta sorority, hosted a memorial service of their own as a way to commemorate Franklin who was initiated as honorary member in June nineteen Ninety-two Detroit News reports. I didn't not know she was DST okay. Day to public viewings are happening Wednesday, that's today with a funeral for friends and family at greater grace temple on Friday. So also confirmed on Tuesday, I ran aground, they will be performing at the Queen of souls, celebration of life with additional performances by stars, like Stevie Wonder, faith hill, Jennifer, Hudson Fantasia, Jennifer, Holliday, and Franklin son, Edward. Franklin's family asked Guerande twenty four to be part of the funeral service. They were moved by performance of you. Make me feel financial woman tonight, show staff Fallon accordance Associated Press. I didn't know she did that ironically thing she can sing, so you have to give ever that. So now I have to look that up so I can see it. I had no idea. So, and I have another story about everything. You've you now or later on the podcast, you'll get that later on the podcast see the best for last because the Queen is the best. So she does. She deserves their perspect- pun in tended and included. Stephen Colbert shares his struggle with anxiety and why he stopped taking Xanax. All right. So dig into this steeple bears open up about how he's been able to deal with diety in a new interview. Actually with Rolling Stone. The fifty four year old late show host because how he needed to be Medicated when he was younger that he had a nervous breakdown after he got married to his wife, Evelyn in nineteen ninety three. Most that about actually Medicated. He says, I mean, in the most common prosaic way zanex was just lovely, you know, for a while and then I realized that the gears were still smoking. I just couldn't hear them anymore, but I can feel them. I can feel the gearbox heating up and smoke point out of me. I was no longer walking around a couch. I had a bit of nervous breakdown. Got married, kind of panic attacks continues. My wife would go off to work and she come home because I worked at night and be walking around the couch and she's like, how was your day? And I'd say you're looking at it just circles around the couch. Kobe says he was able to deal with severe anxiety by performing, okay. I would go to the show our curl up in a ball on the couch backstage. Now, wait to him. My queue lines here members that were on curling going stage and I feel fine which occurred to me at the time like, oh, you feel fine when you're out here. And then as soon as I got on stays, I just come until ball. Again, nobody ever asked me what was wrong. It went. Went on for months sats. Really. Interesting. Sorry to hear that the comedian explains his decision to quickly stop taking Xanax medication. Countless prescribed to treat anxiety disorders. I stopped his after like nine days he reveals, I went, this isn't helping. So I just suffered through it. I sometimes hold the bottle to go like I could stop this feeling if I want it, but I'm not going to because I know if I stopped feeling somehow. I'm not working through it like I have to go. I have to. I have got to go through the tunnel with spiders in it. And then one morning I woke up and my skin wasn't on fire, and it took me a while to figure out what it was. I wake up the next morning, I'm I'm perfectly fine to the point where my body's still humming. I'm a Bill that's been wrong, so hard that I, I can still feel myself vibrating. But the actual sow was gone because I was starting rehearsal that day to create a new show. And then I went on my God. I can never stop performing. Creating something as what helped me from two spinning apart, like unweighted flywheel, and I haven't stopped since even when I was a writer. I always had to be a front of a camera a little bit. I had to perform. With that man. I like the camera too. During the interview. Colbert also came to the defense of fellow late night host, Jimmy Fallon who face Chris's matcher, any you Donald Trump temper two thousand sixteen before he became president found was accused of being playful with Trump at one point, running his hand through his hair and asking him any difficult questions. I think that's completely unfair. Critique of Jimmy Fallon show. Kobe comment, comments. You do not go to Jimmy Fallon show for political satire or even political discussion. He's an entertainer and he's brilliant people blame his ratings on that. But I think people just have different appetite right now for political comedy. I think it's highly overblown. The hair ruffling thing earlier this month, rapper Nicki monas- left Kobe species to an appearance on the late show. Steven Cabrera, thanks to impromptu, flirty rap about him. I saw that portion of that episode cute and she was really good. It was very funny. Yeah, they had. They had Nikki and Steven have very good chemistry together. Yes. Yeah, it was real cool. Kirk Douglas is one hundred and one years old people gases at eight month old great-granddaughter Lua in touching photo. So I didn't even know this until today. I mean I knew he was like getting up there up there. I didn't know he was a hundred and one. He may be the oldest Hollywood actor surviving how to act right now. He's a hundred years old. I'm sorry. I'm just like in shock. So I mean that's mazing. He's still here. You know, for generations, Kirk Douglas, spent some quality time with his great granddaughter Lua away from Santa right this week. And the multigenerational photo is all kinds of cute. Cameron Douglas, Michael Douglas in Indiana. Lucre probably share the image of his grandfather get into knows eight month old daughter Lura who who he shares with yoga instructor, Vivian Phoebe, or from say the name, right or not t h. T. h. e. s. touchy black pick Lou is reaching for Kirk who was sitting on a chair, looking down at her camera, simply captioned the image love and more about the story. After this break. About it. Some. Badeah fun. Somebody. Alexa play hits from Queen. Okay. With Amazon music of voices. All you need, get tens of millions of songs, download the Amazon music app today. Keeping a beach close enough. So that space between you and me lose the way all Dan and way into the music or their body and how you move. And every time you cross my girl. Alexa play the country heat playlist. Okay. With Amazon music, avoid all you need, get tens of millions of songs, download the Amazon music app today. Tired of searching the vast jungle of podcasts now listen close, and here this out. There's a podcast network that covers just about everything that you've been searching the Golden State media concepts. 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The little one has been meeting lots of famous family when she was just a month, came a Stanton photo of him posing with his daughter who was being held at Kirk words, cannot express hashtag powerful hashtag bloodline. He wrote that same month. She also spent time with her step grandmother, Catherine Zeta Jones as well as a grandpa, the Michael zizine Lua watch out for this deal. That's commission Mark caption. The pick of Catherine Lua along with the hashtags hashtag thoroughly. Blessed has ten loved and spoiled hashtag loved and has tech spoiled. Another pick of the devastate me hero. What is all about started hashtag blessed with with hashtag family. The hashtag going man. Okay, very cool. Don't. Nicki Menaj gushes over Arianna grind. His fiancee p Davidson. Does he have a brother. I can't even make it up man. I can even make it up. Yeah, yeah. Okay. It is nice picture of mckeon and areana that is key picture of them. Okay. Mickey, Menashe looking for a man just like Pete Davidson. The thirty five year old rapper to the the comment section of underground is latest post where the pop star showed off her husband to be and the black and white pick Davison twenty four. Has a giant grin on his face while racking back was baseball hat and striped shirt. The second shot in the eye in a slide show as a woman, looking at her phone and adjusting sunglasses seemingly appreciating what she's seeing on the screen and then coat OMG at the most perfect man on the planet. WT f. does he have a brother BT BTC. H. question question Mark. Exclamation Mark monas- count on the post. The Manashe may be out of luck with her hopes that meeting Davidson's nonexistent brother. The Serna lifestyle only has one sibling sister, Casey, someone else made their ability known her. Yeah, me machine gun, Kelly, rotten responsive, Nash's comment. They have just recently start in the rappers music video for some loco. It's no surprise manashian Gwen. They may have the same taste men. The do I have been close for years from collaborating songs to hanging out at the video music awards. Granted even shade at Travis Scott whose album astral beat Niger's Queen for the number one spy earlier this month. Funny. They get that whole thing. Travis Scott, how Nikki everyone everyone's doing too much at sales. It's record sales. It happens. You just can't, you know? Yeah, the whole thing is just kind of. Yeah, I, yeah, I don't. I don't see that at all. You can't be mad at someone more records than you no matter what they did to promote it. You know, no one's forcing people to buy more records. It is what it is. So Stephen Mel earn less than its co-stars arrows leading man. Hit TV series air on CW for which is short for green arrow. Stephen mail tells it like it is that thirty seven year old actor was guest, Michael Rosenbaum's inside of you podcast. Tuesday where he spoke candidly about what it's like to be the leave of the CW smash. Aero m l. was a male was a cast was cast as Arba queens flash, green arrow, a billionaire playboy turned mass pitching anti in two thousand eleven seven years era was first leading role. And at the time I didn't really care what the deal was. He said it was a fair deal. I had no quote at never been a series record before series. Regular series regular on hung ten, but I wasn't going to be bumped up to series regular to a series regular price into the fourth season, right? If there wasn't four season, which there wasn't and my the way hung star Thomas Jalen HBO where he was. The gym teacher, he was a schoolteacher and. Because apparently he was willing doubt. He wanted becoming a undercover part time gigolo. He's also a divorce, say. That was HBO show and I don't know why they canceled it. I love that show that show was amazing. So I forgot the Stephen. The man was on that show. Yeah, that show was amazing. It was funny. So funny. And he had a panel. She was very quick. You lady? Yeah, the show was amazing, but I digress. Let's get to Stephen Mellon. And aero, but look up, look up on, like Netflix look upon is just look for it. It's good. It's really good show. Yeah, they jumped the shocker now when they should've kept that one going. It was very, very fair deal. It was a very, very fair deal. I mean, the first thing they did was to try to hire me as a Canadian that was a big, no, no. As it meant he would be earning less money wouldn't be eligible to receive residuals. That's the first conversation, okay that they have an my agent shut down immediately. Basically, the business person comes back semi embarrassed and says, you know, I gotta ask, even after the contract was signed a male had to push back behind the scenes, not wanting to be taken to manager despite his inexperience as leading man. Another recall when he had to defend himself all shooting scene for episode and season one in the early days, we didn't do a lot of reviews, but they were not happy with a couple of elements of episode five, he said, so Mel was caught into rework some scenes with co-star Katie Cassidy. And that's when he reached his breaking point. And once again, the sort of himself, we have been working sixty six days a week for a couple of weeks coming in Sundays in doing that. I'm in the aero costume. I've got the f. ING I make up on. It was eleven fifteen or whatever. The second, the second assistant director said to me, your call, tomorrow's eleven fifteen. And I said, I'm not done for the day. I can't base camp twenty minutes away and I've got to take my makeup off. It's not my turnaround, I'm exhausted. I'm going to take my turn around and say, contractual your call times Levin fifteen and don't have to give you any explanation after remember I said, okay, I'm going to tell you this right now and wanting to do it in front of people. So they everybody knows this. I'm going to get in the car tomorrow at exact time. They get in the car tonight and not a minute sooner. And if you had handed this with a little more tech, if you had, if you had handled this with little more tact, maybe we could have done something, but you didn't. So when everybody asked why we are starting later than everyone wants to, you need to tell them it's your fault. You do get pushed around here at it, but I recognize my value. I think pretty early on. By the time I contract negotiations rolled around. He admitted it became weird and little personal as he told Rosenbaum. Who had similar experiences making the CW smallville. Yes, folks. Let me let me say something about that real quick. Michael Rosenbaum was lex. Luther on smallville. When it comes to superman history and fanfare, and lore and legend of. That amazing, I- conic franchise and their characters, and the people were played superman. You know, you remember George REEs or we've superman from the black and white TV series, and then and the seventies and eighties, you remember Christopher Reeves, who was an amazing, superman, and Clark Kent. May he rest in peace. He also had dean Cain, and you had. Brenda Ralph. And of course, Tom willing. So here's what I'm saying. People talk about who plays superman, but don't talk about who plays lex Luther. So everyone remembers his basically Gene Hackman from the superman moves movies Christopher Reeve and yes, sometimes it was okay. I mean, Gene Hackman is a great actor. I never cared for the the humor joke. Joke version of lex. Luther d- lex. Luther was always very serious villain in evil genius. So what's model came along and see w. And Tom welling got casted as Clark, Kent. The man who would be superman and Michael Rosenbaum got casted as Alexsandr. Luther aka lex. Luther. Michael Rosa is like the greatest lex Luther ever. That's just my opinion. He was amazing. He was a very important part of that TV show. So if you want to know what really is, you know, as far as that I conduct villain, that character Superman's arch nemesis mica Rosenbaum did it, and he did it. Five thousand percent. Well, the only other lex like right now is Jesse Eisenberg from the Batman versus superman movie? And yes, I liked the movie sart three times and only ultimate edition, yes, yes, yes. Jesse Eisenberg is the only other legs. He's not as good as Michael Rosenbaum, but he's a close second because lex Luther was a genius, and you never got that Gene Hackman. She did a great job, especially chemistry with net baby, but I never felt like, gee, hat man was evil. Mastermind. I always felt like he was just as guy wanted attention superman. But when you look at. Michael Rosenbaum and his friendship with Clark Kent before it became superman is just is just tension. I mean, it's just a tense is just. It simmers the chemistry and the intensity and the truth, and the lies and how they fluctuate back and forth. And you know, there are towns around watching smallville where I was rooting for lex because I can see Clark lying to him on the -sarily. And there are other times where I was reading for Clark because let's was in the wrong, and that was that's what made that show. Great. So Michael Rosenbaum was amazing as lex. Luther amazing, he's my favorite lex. So make you back to the story, but I had to share that with you. So you know, he's got a power cast. I'm when this podcast and I'm doing a podcast. But yeah, he was great. So it's cool to see him talking to Stephen, the male and possibly giving him advice about what it's like to be in the CW DC universe. So I think that's cool. The only issue I had the first couple of years was I think that up until the end of the second season I was the fourth or fifth highest paid cast member because they had no quote. I think this is coming from micros actually. They gave me what they termed as a gift after season two, it's raising my salary without asking for anything term. My thing was very simple. Just quite frankly, I work way more than everybody else, especially in season one season two, it was way more disproportionate than it is now. I think somebody was making x. they're like, okay, you knew it was going to be x minus like one thousand two hundred and fifty per episode and I go, what are you doing? That's not the most amount of money. They said, yeah, no, it's the most amount of money over the course of twenty three episodes because the person above you is not episodes produced. Okay. Technically you're right. That is a little bit of a sensor. Crappy taste in my mouth just a little. Okay. So maybe that was Stephen? No talking out. Michael was excuse me for that. Admittedly, it was a trying time for a male where actors were actors and we're sensitive and we take everything personally. And so it is difficult to say is also difficult to argue with one brothers, television, because they are prolific and they had been in business forever. That's true. And the back of his mind, he thought the entity of air is bigger than me. I'm replaceable, but no, you're not. No, you're not Stephen, you are the mazing green arrow here mazing. Yeah, I would actually read that book now because of that because of your trail of him. So when I did my when I did my renegotiation, it was it wasn't fun because I have a lot of friends who have been similar positions, and I knew what the actual numbers were very good friends with Jerry pedal Icke. Any information, any shared information with me, Tom, wanna share with him. All right, good. Cool. It is everyone trying to help each other out. Right? Right. And I have gone onto share that information with people that think it might be beneficial to the act to set up trying to broker a salary increase. I'm trying to give me instead of trying to broker increase. But when you're hearing a final offer, I heard final offer. That's cool. I'm good with my current. And then there was that sounds for weeks and weeks and weeks. More on their story after this break. Keeping a beach not close enough. So that's base between you lose. The way all dance and sway into the music girl them buddy and how you move. And every time you cross my girl. Alexa play the country heat playlist. Okay. With Amazon music voices. All you need get tens of millions of songs, download the Amazon music app today. Kids giving a beach not close enough. So that's base between you and me. The way all dance and sway into the music girl them buddy and how you move. And every time you cross my girl lose. Alexa play the country heat playlist. Okay. With Amazon music voices. 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It wasn't until this year that they started building down. Excuse me, started building in down days to the production. He said, certain productions go dark for a couple of days, so you can actually move the actors around. Very cool picture of him. And then green outfit working multiple shells without having final finalize, his contract was stressful. The very first time I did. It was going. And doing the pilot of the flash. It was once. It doesn't matter. If you're getting one scene, you're getting wants to establish care to them used to getting x. number dollars to portray an episode of television. So there was a little bit of animosity he admitted, but when it actually came for proper renegotiation, I decided that I thought it would be advantageous for me to take a slightly lower mount crossovers because ultimately my financial incentive on the show revolves around. We've all around my episodic fee. Now that crossovers are bigger event. It's become a very hard. It's become very hard for now as he has had to read four scripts work with four directors until one cohesive story. He explain. I always take some time with their rectors to just go, okay, where are we? Which show that's going to be our three? Yep. Okay. Which is happened to make sure that I know where I write by nature is complaining. I love going to other sets. He said, however, he what changed it the call she ordered to match the context of episode. If I have the most to do in the crossover and I did this year, treat me like number one as prioritize my time and get me out of there. So that can either go to another production or be rested for the following day. He said each show prioritizes their own actors and that's fine. I get it. I would do it differently. New episodes of era will begin airy Monday. I took her fifteen APM man. I gotta wait and talk Tober after that. The series future's uncertain. My contract is up after seven at there's going to be some clarity future in the show soon thereafter, tease it was very interesting feeling once we were picked up for season seven because all of a sudden I saw the finish line even if it's many, many years from now that would be up to me and not up to the studio who has had me under contract willingly. I signed it. I have no regrets that I signed it, but every year it's like we're going to pick up another season. You have to come back. He's able would not be that we're talking about season eight would not be that we're talking about it. Okay. That doesn't necessarily mean he's looking to leave the show, the passionate still. There are one hundred percent and we have a lot of new blood on the show which is which I think is important. This is what I've been thinking about. What else does my character have to do? He said, it's possible the show runners could kill off his character. He doesn't have soup. He doesn't have superpowers, but Mel finds incredibly hard to believe that would ever happen for them are Furthermore, he argued, I don't know that anyone would allow themselves to be cornered by killing the character of the show. Exactly because there is no show at that point. That's what we call jumping the shark, don't wanna do that. The only thing that is left for him to do. He doesn't have to die to do this is he needs to leave a legacy because we have all these other shows that exists. So whether aero contains on in the absence of Oliver Queen, are someone else took up the mantle of the green arrow? I think leaving a legacy is one is the one box. It has left to tic for the character amount set, although he's loved working on the series hitman our take arrow right now. I wouldn't take aero right now because my life has changed. I mean, I'm in LA. My life is different. I understand why I'm still doing it. But if somebody came to me and said, all right, we have LeRoy for you on a television show our go before you tell me anything. Where does it shoot if they said in couvert I go, okay. But when but when how many episodes. And at the end of the number was north of ten, I would be I would say no. ERO put him out on the map, but working year round has also been limiting. I don't really have the ability right now to be aspirational elsewhere because of how many episodes it is. And so I worry sometimes about being the guy that people will think has only ever done aro-. I worry that if I stay on the show through ten seasons and I respect people who do that, I have great admiration for time staying for ten years for Jensen, echoes gera- penalty going into the year, fourteen fifteen or whatever it is for supernatural. Another amazing show. I also have respect for for you going. You know what? I did seven. I'm good, and it's time to move on. He told Rosenbaum I worry that if I stick around until I'm forty, is there a chance? I've sacrificed the next twenty five years of my career because I may be stayed a little too long. But at the same time in mill took a moment to recognize the extrordinary fans who are who have watched his show and their homes every week for season for season for season years. People are so kind thoughtful, and I'm just so lucky to be involved in something that has been so captivated for so many people, the stuff that they've shared with me, it's life changing. Then he said, it's also why he is internally grateful. The opportunity I could go on to do things that people think are way more nitpicking are bigger profile, or the movies, or whatever the case may be era will always be the most important thing that's ever happened to me professionally. He said, ever. That was very nice thing to say. So keeping up with a are keeping up Konya. It's back Kanye west. Argues wearing small San hose is the Japanese way. Okay. So you're gonna get double dose of cognac. After his footwear made headlines to change wedding Cayenne, west took to Twitter, explain his shoe style. The gold digger rapper and his wife. Kim credentialing attended the Miami nuptials between two chains and kisha ward. Earlier this month, the keeping up with the Kardashians star war neon, green dress, a shade. Shea, she'd been rocking all week while her husband down the mint green suit. However, it was his foot where they're raised a few eyebrows now. Easy had rock sock and Santo combination, but he also were shoes that appear to be a few sizes too small. But on Tuesday west explained, he had actually been wearing sandals the Japanese way. He also tweet pictures of what appear to be a version of the traditional Japanese shoe Gita. The straps should be snug, but not too tight between the toes part of the tradition. It's also stated your, he'll should extend one or two centimeters off the back of the wooden soul. So what does tradition think of shoe style? While the reality star didn't comment on the look? She did rocket similar sock and Santa combination in July. There you go. I'm looking at it so. Yeah. No, I have to say is yet I'm just not wearing sandals that too small for my feet. I'm not doing that. But, hey, you know, you're kind US I guess you can pull it off. So. All right. So I know my limits when it comes to fashion, some things, I'll never where you won't see me in spandex. Just not gonna happen. It would just be inappropriate for me to do so, but there's other things look better in. So I'm okay with that. One size does not fit all that's a lie. KYW US talks Drake, the story of added on and slavery was choice. New article. New interview today, actually, kinda west is in fine form doing an emotional interview. And you can actually watch this. You can look, you can watch video interview to Cayenne. West is currently sitting down for a conversation Chicago's one. Oh, seven point. Five w. In which a wide variety variety of topics were. And I discussed at length when asked about push the story of added on and drink easy, open up about the fallout, hits me really sensitive place. He's plans because you like hang around people, and they come to your house and be around your family and this and that. And then they get mad about a beat and then send you purple deemed emojis. He also felt Drake was being insensitive to a situation given the proximity to the infamous teams incident. I feel that it was insensitive for Drake to in any way stress me out in any way after TMZ while I'm in Wyoming, healing point all the pieces together working on my music and you know, well, we'll we'll, we'll reconcile that one day because we got to because we got to work. We got work to do, and these voices is just too powerful, but before gone without ical. So I understand what kind of west coming from about. He's, he feels like Jake was being insensitive, but do you understand what Jake was coming. From your artists, push t made a district that said way too much that went way too personal that other emcees hip hop legends, like ice cube also stated that you know, you go little too far. You don't talk about people's parents and you know, he just. You know, even though for a lot of people out in this world today, they think they're aren't rules hip hop, but there are rules in hop people just forgot that. So I get. They can't feels like Drake was being insensitive. But you know, I think you'd being insensitive to Drake, you know, because push tease you're artists and you knew what was going to do and you let it go out. So you know, there's, you have to claim some responsibility in that regard. That's a two way thing. So, and one might say that you're being sensitive and that you might have lot of nerve and on to say that you think he was insensitive to you because what you went through on TMZ of actually what you put yourself to TMZ. So you know, and I'm Kiei fan and Madrid fan. I like both. I like their music, but yeah. I think you're being very subjective on what you said in that regardless finish this article. But I want to say that to you. He also appeared to gesture chemo does down Trump care about black people comment providing what seems to be a tough. One answer. I feel that Trump cares about the way of black people feel about him. He would like people to like him like they did when he was cool in the rap songs and all this. That's an accurate statement. Yeah, I do believe that. Yes. He would do the things that are necessary to make that happen because he's got an eagle, like all the rest of us. Yes, I agree. And he wants to be the greatest president and he knows that he can't be the credits president without the acceptance of the black community. So it's something he's gonna work towards, but we're going to have to speak to him. Okay. Yeah, yeah. That's yeah, I agree. Kinda West Point with that, clarifying his infamous slavery comment attempts to add some context claiming that sound like a choice specifically to the spirit of west, which I think is aligned with this Hera Tubman which I think is aligned with the spirit of NAT Turner. He proceeds to speak on how speaking English is a form of slavery as it's not even his tongue. While Healy. Okay. I am not crazy, but I can definitely go there if pushed hit minutes explaining, he has ways of controlling. I had the luxury version of mental health still that doesn't stop him from adding his own inside claiming we have all we, we all have undiagnosed mental issues. He says the biggest of being called crazy instigate written off that you don't know what you're talking about. That's true. It's one of the segments. I agree. I want to take this moment right now to say, I'm sorry for the one to affect of the maga- into the slave comment says using, I'm sorry to people who let down by that moment. He says, apology literally brings one of the co host one of the hosta tears. As she says, your voice is so powerful. You have the ability to make changes for the African American community. Responsible asking, can I have a hug, so very cool. And I have. I mean, there's just, yeah, it's like a palooza, but this shows almost over in I promise you one more story on the the Queen of soul. Our ESP Retha. Franklin's four day memorial service includes multiple outfit changes. So yes, her funerals. This week has services this week. And yes, the Queen of soul will be changing her outfits in her casket. She has a Warwick wardrobe chains, and I, I'm let me read it and I'll tell you what I think about it. The Queen of saw Retha Franklin will be laid to rest style funeral home in charge at the home, the home home going service for the Aretha Franklin has announced that she will have multiple outfits and true diva fashion, executive vice president of Swanson funeral home. Then this Watson said, the Franklin family authorized her to reveal that the music icons wardrobe would be changed days leading up to burial on Friday. And he tried to put lots woodland cemetery. Swats did not disclose details on the exact number of outfits outfit changes to Queen of. So what have, but she hinted that it will be a surprise. There would be a natural. It would be natural changes and wardrobe that a Queen would make a coincidence to the Detroit Free Press the music body arrived in a custom for thousand twenty four karat gold plated casket at the Charles h. right museum of African American history in Detroit. On this past Tuesday yesterday morning for the star for public viewing. Yep, there it is. So. She's the Queen of, so we just lost our Queen. And you know what. The Queen of soul wants to have orchard change for her funeral for her casket. I'm all for it. She can get away with it. She has that respect we. Yeah, we definitely have love for the Queen of soul. This lady who knew she was dying last year and still performed a free concert for the people of Detroit. You know, and she's been very generous in her dealings. And she's just she was billion artist is was an Israeli artists, so nothing but love for Rita. So I was talking to a friend of mine earlier, and I was like, well, when see a cruise died, they took her casket on tour like a funeral tour that took her around for different places. It was like a party LaTour. I had never heard of that before and my friend he has said that that's kinda normal that he has heard of that before with other famous liberties. But I'm like, if CO crews and may she rest in peace to amazing singer if they can take her body on tour for celebration for her fans, then there's nothing wrong with Franklin heaven, different change a dress to make sure she's always looking good even in death. I'm okay with that. Definitely. Well, good people the planet earth and the known universe. Thank you for listening to state media concepts, entertainment podcast. This is your captain Keith. Had a good time. Hope you did. I appreciate you. All. Thanks for listening and. Until next time. He space. 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