35 Burst results for "Jada"
Eric Thomas Wants Obstacles to Excite People Not Hinder Them
"I'm telling y'all. You gotta stop looking at obstacles as something that's meant to stop you and you gotta start looking at it like, wow, this is exciting. This gonna be fun. I'm gonna get through this and listen to me. I love DD too much to let anything stop her from living a life she wanna live. I love Jalen too much Jada too much to come to my children and say, look y'all, I wanted to have a good life y'all. I wanted y'all to be blessed, but there's something in this earth called trials and tribulation and me people and roadblocks and set, I'm not giving my wife no excuses. I'm not gonna even have a conversation with them about what's going on. I'm just gonna go hand to it and come back to the crib with the blessings. They don't even gotta know ad what I'm going through to get them, but I love Dede too much. Jalen too much, jaded too much. My mom, God, I love God too much, no weapon formed against me, she'll prosper. I can do all things through Christ. That's true to me. Like, I just believe in God too much to give negative stuff more credit than it deserves. Aware? Absolutely. Notice that it's here absolutely. Be real about what's ahead of me? Absolutely. But then it stopped me absolutely not.
"jada" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter
"Advice for sugar and spice. It's only been nice with hello. Welcome to the naughty banana show. I'm your host. It's Friday, which means I dear friend coriander. He's joining us, hey Corey, are you there? I am here. Hey, happy Friday, everyone. Happy Friday, my friend. I forgot to introduce myself at the top of the show. I'm rob Schumer. I know. Sometimes I forget myself, which actually is probably a good thing because a lot of people think it's always about me. Me, me, me, me. Even occasionally there, Corey, even I can blend in. Hey, let's jump into the show. We've got so much guys up to get to. What time is it my Friends? Tea time. So will and Jada are trying to salvage their relationships, post Oscar slaps as sources and say, and then after the slab, these two are trying really hard to find a solution for their marriage, their troubled marriage sources are telling Us Weekly that they're committed to therapy together and they're trying to salvage this pretty horrible situation. They go on to say that will and Jada have had problems for years. So this was not because of the Oscars slap that didn't help it. Ever since the Oscars scandal, the tensions between the two of them have been palpable. Now there is some different reporting. My sources are telling me that will is in India without his family. So he went on a spiritual retreat to India. I'm told Jada is still in LA, sources are telling Us Weekly that they both are in India. What do you think about these two? If they did split, their fortunes about three, $400 million. So we're talking a massive amount of money here. I hope they make it, but they clearly have issues. What do you think? Yeah, I think we'll look the money issue. If you consider where they both came from, they are not from wealth. They started off as two inner city kids, so that 400 million split. I mean, they are still far from where they began in life. So I think that will be okay. But I do think they have deep, deep issues, and Jada's doing the red table talk again. And so she's like, went on with her life, and I'm like, maybe she should have taken a little break away from the spotlight for a minute. Yeah, I felt like that. And I feel a little bit like she is using the situation to get some extra some more viewers to red table. I get it. That's what we do. That's what celebrities do in life. I think we're going to India might be a good idea. I wish they were together. I hope they're together. My reporting is saying that they are not. But clearly, this couple has issues and also too, I think now we can all agree there's a side of Will Smith that we didn't know. Some people did. But not many people knew and I'm told that this wasn't out of character. I'm not saying he's violent at home, but he's a hothead and he's used to getting what he wants and that's fine. But you can only do that if you were in a relationship with yourself and nobody else. So, you know, it's tricky. It is a tricky one. Hopefully, hopefully they make this work, but it brings us to our poll question of the day. Will and Jada are trying to fix mend their relationship post Oscar slap. Will they make it? What do you think? Will they make it? Go to a Twitter page. Facebook page is naughty Garza Bambi's. To check back tomorrow to hear your results, Corey, what are you working on? Yes, oh, those jenners. Well, you know, Chris Jenner has called Kim, her favorite daughter now, and Kylie and Khloe react. They were not having it. So Chris Jenner has a favorite new child every day it seems. But yesterday, she tweeted out that Kim Kardashian is definitely her number one, and she says, I love my daughter, Kim the most. She's just the cutest and the sweetest. And that came from Chris verified Twitter. Yes, you do. It wasn't like it came from some weird account. And Kim replied, oh mom, stop. I'm blushing, you know, that voice that Kim Kardashian voice. And then so plenty of Kylie wrote back, obviously hacked. Her mom's account. And then Chloe said, you spelled Khloé Kardashian wrong. So they were having a lot of fun with it. Now, then came a second tweet, though, from Chris account. And it said, Kim is just so smart. Everything I know, I learned from her. So things coming up. Yeah, so what's that all about? And all of a sudden, Kim responds with mom, you're just so nice to me today. Now, we all think it was probably Kim who actually hacked him. Borrowed her phone. Yeah, yeah. She had to have gotten the folks. And she goes on to say, I didn't even know you had Twitter, but what a nice surprise to see how you feel about me. It is something that is pretty funny, but you know, it was all fun and games on Twitter yesterday. But you know, Chris is actually addressed to her favorite daughter is us. A few times in the past. She's done, it's quite a few times. It seems a very and depend on the day. If she said herself, right? So you're doing an appearance once watch what happens, watch what happens live with Andy. Going back in 2019, Kim Courtney and Chloe though, they all agreed that Kylie was actually Christmas favorite. Yeah. I was the most interested. And I'm not a parent, but I have parents. I think we've all thought about it. Am I my mom and dad's favorite child? No. I'm an only child, so I never had to see you with that explains everything. But wait, really quickly. I mean, we'll tell you about it one other time, some other time. But you know, a brother found me, and I actually have 11 siblings. That's a whole other story for another. What? Did you find this out on the DNA testing thing? No a man caught my house like 5 years ago for 5 or 6 years ago and he told my mom, I think your son's my brother. And my father had 11 other kids or something. What? So all of a sudden I had like ten siblings actually too. You're still my favorite Corey. It doesn't matter if you have 20. You're still my favorite. This is the Kardashians at their best for me. This reminds me why I fell in love with them. I honestly think when they're making fun of one another and themselves and it's very tongue in cheek. This is what I enjoy endearing, isn't it? I love when they have real life conversations. We all think about it. iOS, that's my mom and my favorite. No, no, I love you all the same. But I don't think can be true. You have to have a favorite. You must even if you're not going to say it. You must have it. You have a favorite parent. We all do. We're not allowed to say which one, but we all do. I thought this was just so funny. You know Kim got her hands on her mom's fellow. It was tweeted away. I love it. I love it. I love it. By the way, Kim is my favorite. I know I'm not your mommy or daddy, but I still came. There's something about her. Hey, moving along, Kim Basinger is reflecting on the heavy, heavy divorce that she had with Alec Baldwin, saying that he's a challenge, I would say, so Kim opened up about her split with Alec. She was on the red table talk. She was also joy and I know by her daughter Ireland. And so they talked about going through this really quote, heavy duty, very out loud and very public divorce. When those two split, it was a while ago, we forget how toxic it really was. And she said, Ireland, her daughter went through a really tough time. She's clearly upset about that. And she said, we're all fine and we're getting along now, but he's a challenge. Can you imagine being married to Alec Baldwin? Like, that's a lot. Well, you know, at the time. Well, look, back in the day, yeah, I could imagine being married to him when he was younger. He was a good man. He was a little cuckoo, though. I mean, from what they say, and you know, remember.
Amber Heard Is the New Face of Toxic Femininity
"I'm never going to tell you I was abused. I was never physically abused. But I've experienced emotional abuse, absolutely. And Amber Heard does not come across as a victim at all. Her actions are definitely not sitting well with me. They're not. Also, his past relationships have never had any claims of spousal abuse. I'm finding it very hard to believe this is the first time Johnny Depp was a woman abuser. Give me a goddamn break. Now I will tell you this, and it's not something I'm proud of, but I had a girlfriend who at some point I didn't want to stay at the house anymore. I wanted to leave and go out and meet my Friends and it was the tail end of our relationship, and I just was like, I gotta go. And I knew it was gonna be hard to leave. And she made it almost impossible for me to leave. I mean, in fact, she told me, if you leave, I'm gonna slam my eye on this doorknob and tell the cops, you punched me. And I said, why would you do that? Why would you try to ruin my life because I just want to leave? I don't want to be here anymore. This is over 20 years ago, but this is the kind of shit that exists. This happens to men. I know men's women around. We've all heard about male toxicity, blah, blah, blah. But it exists on the female level as well. Toxic masculinity is one thing. Toxic femininity is another thing. We saw it with Jada Pinkett Smith. We've seen it with her. There are many other women I can bring into light with this. But enter Amber Heard, she is the newest latest face that you can put on toxic femininity.
How Long Before Will Smith Escapes?
"Listen, I don't care what you think. This whole thing is going to end. You'll see, this marriage is going to end. The kids are old enough now. The kids are both all enough now that Will Smith can make his escape and still find another woman ten years younger than Jada and be happy. Or maybe keep it jaded and say, I don't really care about the age, he finds another woman that makes him happy. You know, when there's no love being served at the table, how long do you still sit at the table, especially when your wife is humiliating you and castrating you in public constantly, bro? You know, I think if Will Smith wants to not compound the fact that he has become an international embarrassment and a pariah in Hollywood on top of that. I mean, he'll work again because he makes too much money in the industry, but they're not going to keep your hands off him for long, but you know, they're staying away for now. And a lot of people in the business are saying, hey, take his Oscar way. But, you know, if you haven't taken Harvey Weinstein's Oscar way or Roman Polanski, you can't take Will Smith's way for a smack. It was a bad look. The worst look is all black production team didn't escort him out. Well, didn't sit down and talk to him and take him in the back and comb off and just skip his Oscar. I mean, I know it's a big Oscar, but like, hey man, we gotta think about this. They look ridiculous. Condoning the big assault in public and handing him his Oscar and then he'll make a big speech about how he serves God and all his bullshit. Oh, please, man. The whole thing's gonna end. The kids are old enough, Will Smith, get the hell out of the house, you have plenty more homes for about $400 million, but he's gonna have to make a break from Jada, even if they are secret scientologists. There's still ways he can do this without losing too much face.
Lying Jada Pinkett Smith Is Evil
"I have to put some more juice, so I'm more gas on Jada Pinkett Will Smith family fire. So Jada Pinkett's family, which is normally big mouth family. They've been very tight lipped after the whole Oscar SmackDown. By year, she's told some friends that she wishes will didn't get so angry and smacked Chris Rock. Well, that's a bullshit lie because if you've ever seen the shot of that night from behind, Jade is head. You know, we saw the shot up close with wills behind Will Smith's body, but if he does a shot with the cameras way back and you can see the back of Jada's bald head and you can see what she does when will is walking up to the stage. And you know, if you remember, she's told friends she wishes will didn't get so angry and assault Chris. But again, it's a lie because when the shot I saw and it's out there on the Internet. The shot of will hitting rock. You can see Jada's head fall forward and her body laugh and she actually claps one of two times after the snack. So who is this succubus kidding? She doesn't like the fallout and how it makes her look, but she liked what she saw that night. Don't let her fool you. This whole thing's also twisted and I hope we've gotten everybody off of it. It's a hoax bullshit, but this whole thing is so twisted. How well is seen laughing at the softest, most meaningless joke that Chris Rock's ever came up with, but as soon as he catches Jada rolling her eyes, like her powers consume him and that's when he stops laughing and does what he did. And while he does it, she's laughing and clapping. Do you know anyone who's more calculated and evil than that?
Will Smith Is in a Living Hell
"You see the latest, the Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith video. Did you see this thing? Came out yesterday morning. She's giving him shit. You know, filming him while he's not ready to be filmed with an iPhone and asking him about, oh, let's talk about red table talk at about this woman who's gonna help us. He's like, yeah, you know, I don't want you to use that. You know, I'm very particular about my social media image and don't use me for your clout. It's very uncomfortable. And it was filmed three years ago. But now there's talk that the ugly ill rapper August alsina who had affair with Jada apparently that had said that Will Smith approved of. What else can I say? He's castrated individual. The talk is that August alsina is now going to open up more about the fairy head with the $1 billion movie star's wife because could you imagine? Go back in the old days. Imagine even like, guys like Steve McQueen. Dustin Hoffman, a big movie stars. Could you imagine them having wives who had open affairs with guys 25 years younger who had won fucking dead eye and it's so gross, what Jada Pinkett Smith has done to Will Smith that as bad as the smack was on Oscar night as bad as I feel for Chris Rock. He'll get through this. Will Smith ain't gonna get through this. He is in a different kind of hell. Chris rock is in an embarrassing situation, but everybody's on his side. Will Smith is in a kind of hell that only he can get himself out of.
"jada" Discussed on Gloss Angeles
"It's not gonna work. We don't do that. And I think that it's about setting a boundary. And whether or not you agree with the action, I think, for Jada, who is the most important person in this whole conversation, as long as Jada knows that somebody has her back and somebody will say, are defended and protected and loved to the point that I will do anything to protect you. That's the most important part. And from what I see when she's posting on Instagram and she's posing with their kids and stuff, whatever. It's sending an example. Jada has a daughter who has shaved her head many, many times. So Willow Smith has a great relationship with hair in the sense that it's like, it's just hair. I can do whatever I want. She has two sons that she's also raising, so their sons know that black women must be protected by any means necessary. And I think a whole generation of black women should know that you deserve to have someone step in front of you and say, you're doing your part, I want to do mine too. Solidarity interracially, but also interracially, as a community, we should say, Will Smith shouldn't have slapped him in the face, but also don't ever don't ever disrespect the black woman like that. Don't disrespect women like that, don't disrespect people like that, but specifically black women. I think that should be the takeaway, and we can have both sides sorry to Chris Rock. I know it sucked. It was embarrassing. Don't do that again. And if he does it again, and somebody else slaps him, you know,.
"jada" Discussed on Gloss Angeles
"And so I think that, like you said, I read somewhere that they had to run through a rehearsal. He did not say that joke Will Smith was there. There's a script, there's lines he's supposed to say. He's a professional. So, you know, you can do something off the dome, like anyone who's done stand up or watch stand up comedian, do anything. They're very quick with it. And I think that it was just a cheap shot. And I think it was low down and it was very dirty. I also know that he is fully aware of the press run, but the Smiths have had as a couple. I'm sure he couldn't do the entanglement thing because it's already been beaten to watch everybody knows entanglement like whatever. So he's like, what's the next thing that he could do? And I think that maybe he looked out into the audience and he was like, um, Will Smith Jada? Um. Look at her hair. Let me just say that, which is so like, it's so childish and embarrassing to do that, especially as a black man. And as a black man on top of that who is fully aware, the relationship that black women have with their hair. I saw somewhere that he talks to someone and he said he didn't know that she had alopecia. Even if you don't know, I think that just in general, I think when a woman decides to shave her head, something happened. Sometimes it's just for a new look, but also a lot of times it's like, oh, something might be going on. For me, I shaved my head a couple of times. I was in distress. Nobody knew specifically what it was, but it was just like emotionally I had to remove the hair from my head and start off, but if somebody would have joked about it at that time, it would have been devastating to me, especially because when you think about as a black woman because of the way that the culture is set up, a lot of our femininity lies in our hair for better or for worse..
"jada" Discussed on Gloss Angeles
"Honestly, I've been practicing my grunge look with it and it's chef's kiss. I mean, you're wearing it right now. It looks so good. Lastly glams, it's Ulta Beauty's 21 days of beauty sale. So head over to Ulta Beauty and get shopping. How do you respond to people who are like, okay, so we just can't joke about black women now? Yes. That's a don't do it. I mean, I think that just in general, you should be respecting other people, Caribbean. I really like what you said about being careful about people's looks. I know that when the Chadwick situation happened, I remember seeing pictures and thinking, um, okay, that's different. And then when he literally died to this day, I'm still devastated by that passing. And just imagine someone reading those comments and seeing those things and not knowing, even if Chadwick hadn't been unwell, even if he was just getting ready for a role, it's not your business. It's not your business words do hurt. And so I think when it comes to black women, there's jokes that you can tell, but why take it to a certain place? Chris Rock definitely knew better, good hair came out 2009, the documentary is like, you know, debatable, whether it actually did anything or whatever. But he knows that there is a thing there. And so to sit up in a room full of white people and to target Jada, he could have talked about will, will is the subject of the night he's the person who's up for an Oscar. You can focus the attention on him but to put the attention on his wife who didn't do anything who just sat there and ate her food and just looked beautiful. I think was really shameful and disgusting. And he knows better than that for sure. Yeah, I was like, couldn't you have made the sim a similar joke with the Javier and Penelope? Yeah, you know? Was that his joke? It was his joke, right? If he loses, he'll be like, she'll be upset..
"jada" Discussed on Gloss Angeles
"I tell Sarah this all the time. I would kill someone for Sarah. Like point blank. You're messing with my girl. That's how I feel. Because it's not like a comfort thing that Will Smith just waltzes up there and does that. Like, you have to be in a state where you're like, yeah, I only am seeing this one thing. There's no one else here. I honestly feel like it was maybe even like a blackout moment. I am doing this now because I have reached my wits end. I have a really big problem with some of the conversation around now Will Smith is an abuser. Yeah. I have a very, very big problem with that. And I'm trying to say this carefully in AA because I feel like the black community can take this personally for so many reasons. But the white community, this is not the place to be putting your personal trauma into it. I feel like a lot of people maybe that have experienced abuse in some way, saw that and it triggered them, and then it became this whole thing about how now Will Smith needs to donate time to domestic violence shelters and all of these other things. And I'm like, this is where the conversation starts to veer off track. Like, this is not what we should be discussing at this moment. And it's where I think personally, like white women, especially who claim to be allies and feminists and all of these things have to be quiet and listen and observe. I know that you've specifically had a moment with a person on your Instagram because you went to stories and I was like, oh yes, I'm sitting back and drinking the tea here. How does it feel to you when you had people responding to you in this way?.
"jada" Discussed on Gloss Angeles
"Shopping glam cellino's. All right, you've seen the title of this episode. So if you're listening, you very well know what we're going to be talking about. We are talking about the Oscars. And what happened this past Sunday? I don't see this dying down anytime soon. Unfortunately. You know, I thought it was. I thought that people like after Wednesday, we're going to be like, okay, it happened will apologize. We're moving on. But people needed to process, I guess, a lot of writers are now publishing their hot takes, but not just that still people on my Instagram feed. People who have no business, talking about this anymore. I'm still sharing their opinions. And I'm like, why? For myself personally, I was like, fellow white women. I need you to kindly shut the hell up. You are making this a racist situation when it is not a racist situation, which quite frankly is an achievement if you're able to turn it into that. So you need to just be quiet. Listen and observe. Sarah, you and I were texting when this happened. I guess what's hilarious is I had literally just posted this feels like a lighter Oscar as it feels light and fun and frivolous. Fabulous. And then I go downstairs. I'm watching with my boyfriend. Chris Rock, for anybody not familiar or wasn't watching the show, was kind of poking fun at different celebrities as one does as a comedian on this show. And he made a comment. He said, Jada, I love ya. Can't wait to get to see you in GI Jane too. When I heard that joke, I immediately was like, oh, this ain't good. I'm trying to think about it from the general public's point of view. I don't know how you don't know that Jada Pinkett Smith has been dealing with alopecia because she's been talking about it since 2018..
Did You Know Jada Has Alopecia?
"Now you've heard you've no doubt heard about the Oscar night spectacle. We all know what happened. Will Smith marched on stage and smacked Chris Rock across the face from making a joke about Jada Pinkett Smith's shaved head. Many of us had no idea she had alopecia. Chris Rock said, I had no idea she had alopecia. I didn't know either. It's tough for a man to know if a woman has alopecia, especially a black woman. Because black women often shave their heads. And on top of that, old chicks can pencil in their eyebrows and put beautiful fake lush eyelashes in. So how are we to know? Chris Rock didn't know. Even though he made a movie called ban hair. We can't know everything all the time. I'm a gossip person. I didn't know that Jada Pinkett was suffering from alopecia.
Will Smith Issues Apology to Chris Rock
"Now here's what Will Smith just now put out in a statement. And he finally has apologized to Chris Rock, and that should have been the first words out of his mouth when he won his Academy Award last night. Violence in all of its forms is poisonous and destructive. My behavior at last night's Academy Award was unacceptable and inexcusable. Jokes at my expense are part of the job, but a joke about Jada's medical condition was too much for me to bear and I reacted emotionally. I would like to publicly apologize to you, Chris. I was out of line, and I was wrong. I am embarrassed in my actions were not indicative of the man I want to be. There is no place for violence in a world of love and kindness. I would also like to apologize to the academy, the producers of the show, and all the attendees and everyone watching around the world. I would like to apologize to the Williams family, and my king Richard family. I deeply regret that my behavior has stained what has been and otherwise gorgeous journey for all of us. I am a work in progress, sincerely will.
Will Smith Issues Public Apology to Chris Rock
"To update you and move quickly Will Smith apologizes to Chris Rock Maybe listens to the show mister producer Here's what he posted violence in all of its forms as poisonous and destructive My behavior last night's Academy Awards was unacceptable and interchangable Jokes at my expense are part of the job but a joke about Jada's medical condition was too much for me to bear and I reacted emotionally I would like to publicly apologize to you Chris I was out of line and I was wrong I'm embarrassed and my actions were not indicative of the man I want to be There's no place for violence in a world of love and kindness Okay Here we are The world of love and kindness
Will Smith Smacks Chris Rock Over Jada Pinkett Smith Joke
"Speaking of shooting off one's mouth and a lack of discipline, I don't know if you watched the Oscars last night. It's funny, I actually hate these shows, like passionately despise them. I don't like what Hollywood stands for. I don't like the pomp and circumstance around these shows. Frankly, really, really boring. In fact, no sooner had I tweeted out that the Oscars is about as boring as it gets and it keeps getting more boring every year than what did we see? A bit of a move there on the stage. You saw Will Smith going up and smacking Chris Rock after Chris Rock said some things about his wife some illness, which causes her to lose her hair. And everybody's kind of wondering, was it stage? Was it real? I'll tell you this. I'll tell you this. They just single handedly overnight probably gave the Oscars the biggest ratings boost they've ever seen because again, nobody really watches it. Nobody really knows it's on. Then all of a sudden you go to Twitter and social media lights up with the video of Will Smith smacking Chris Rock. It was really bizarre and then he shouted a bunch of obscenities from his seat, a lot of people wonder whether it was staged, whether it wasn't. You know, I'm not even who cares. The point is it shouldn't have happened. None of it should have happened. I mean, this is what it's come to. When some of the leading members of our Hollywood society are insulting each other, swearing, and then smacking each other around on national television, what the heck is going
"jada" Discussed on WTOP
"Your free estimate today It's 8 11 now it was a joke gone wrong Actor Will Smith's Matt comedian Chris Rock for making fun of his wife's hair at last night's Academy Awards Jada Pinkett Smith reportedly has alopecia conditioned that causes hair loss A slap overshadows some of the other firsts at the Oscars last night Joining us now to go deeper CBS News correspondent Steve futterman Steve what was it like in that theater after the slap We have seen these pictures of Denzel Washington and Tyler Perry Going over to Smith during a break Yeah listen this caught everyone by surprise initially everyone thought oh this is part of some act when Will Smith walked on stage reminded me of that time then Kanye West was upset that Beyoncé didn't win the music award and confronted sort of went up to Taylor Swift But you quickly we realized this was more than just a gag He swung at Chris Rock wasn't sure if he connected There was a slap not a punch When he went back to his seat and then started screaming obscenities expletives towards Chris Rock That's when everyone realized this was for real This was no joke And there was this awkward silence for the first time I ever saw Chris Rock speechless He always seems to have something to say It was a very awkward minute or so The awards got back on track a bit but it overshadowed the rest of the evening and of course a bit later Chris rocka was off stage by that point That's when Will Smith came back on stage in a more traditional way to accept the Oscar He also gave kind of an apology or a speech over the slab A lot of chatter on Twitter about this How did the crowd take that Well I think they realized that this was awkward for him He seemed to speak from his heart he had tears running down his face He apologized to the academy and his fellow nominees did not specifically apologize to Chris Rock but he talked about defending his family dealing with people who stand up to him When you're an awkward position he said sometimes people say things about you and he was referring obviously indirectly to what had just taken place What was the reaction on the part of Jada Pinkett Smith Did not really say anything she seemed composed while all this happened You know a couple hours after the awards show they went to one of the parties He did not come backstage to talk to reporters not a big surprise there but he did attend one of the parties the Vanity Fair parties and he posed for pictures there did not go through the question and answers They were either but he did pose for pictures appeared to be smiling I'm sure there's going to be some fallouts We might hear some additional comments from him Maybe some additional comments from Chris Rock but so far neither man is saying the thing All right Steve a lot of drama at the Oscars Thanks for joining us My pleasure And that was CBS News correspondent Steve futterman It's 8 14.
"jada" Discussed on WTOP
"Family should go through your childhood cancer alone This is WTO news It's two 23 the 94th Academy Awards was rocked by an unbelievable exchange After Will Smith took offense to a joke made by Chris Rock about his wife Jada Pinkett Smith After rock joked to Smith that he was looking forward to a sequel to GI Jane Smith took stood up from his seat near the stage strode up to rock and slapped him Smith who played Venus and Serena's father in king Richard later in the show won best actor his first Oscar In his acceptance speech he apologized to the academy and to his fellow nominees Ariana Dubois became the first Afro Latina to win an Academy Award for supporting actress while Troy katzer became a deaf actor one of the first deaf actors to win an acting award Heads up for those of you who ride the acela expect schedule changes on a cellar and northeast regional Amtrak trains running along the D.C. New York Boston corridor starting today Amtrak said the changes are because of track and infrastructure improvements Scheduled departures and arrival times of a cellar and northeast regional trains may change by three to ten minutes in both directions between Boston New York and D.C. One of the world's most popular museums is now close for at least a few months D.C.'s national air.
"jada" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter
"To hear your results, mister love, what are you working on? Well, Kanye West is promising that he and Kim Kardashian aren't going to go full will and Jada. And they're divorced. So yeah, so when he says will and Jada, of course he means will and Jada Smith, who are very an open book when it comes to talking about their relationship. So Kanye says that he has held himself back from tweeting about his relationship. Kanye, I don't know about that. With Kim in a desire to not overshare in problems on both sides that don't need to be aired out publicly. He compared himself again to will and Jada. Before going on to accuse Kim of trying to antagonize him or create this crazy narrative by allowing northwest to wear lipstick on TikTok. So that is really feeling your relationship. Now Kim was unhappy with the comments that you made during the interview. She wants their children to have a strong relationship with both parents and for Kanye to respect the boundaries and structure that she put into place. Yeah, we do know that she keeps an eye on north. Remember when north did that TikTok around the house and Kim was yelling in the background. But what is Kanye trying to do here? Oh, I think he wants it both ways. You know, it's called projection. When you project your feelings on other people and to use will and Jada as an example of what you don't want to be is actually really projecting that that's really kind of what you're doing. I don't think Kanye can help himself. Deep down maybe he doesn't want to tell all, but you know what? Kanye. There's only one person in control of your mouth. It's you. See if that won a talk? Damn talk. I just make me laugh when celebrities do interviews to tell us they don't want to talk. No, if you don't want to talk, don't do interviews to stop talking. He's not gonna be able to help himself and I think the problem here is that Kim is not going to go away. Kim is Kim now, she's always going to be in the press, we're always going to follow who she's dating her fashion and as the children get older, we're going to start really paying a lot of attention to the kids too. They're too young to date yet, but they are growing up mystery. I think that there's no way to get away from Kanye and I don't think there's any way for him to get away from Kim and the kids. I mean, they're always going to be interconnected because they have children together. And we know that when it comes to the Kardashian Jenner family, everybody gets pulled into the fold. So he's just going to have to deal with this, or there's going to be a lot of legal paperwork to keep his kids out of it. And I just don't see that happening. Kids get more interesting too as they grow up, northwest is lovely now and just so adorable, but she's still a very young girl. Can you imagine when she's starting today, I can't wait to see what her life becomes..
"jada" Discussed on Beyond!
"Days gone. Division two. Even the base version of Ghost of Tsushima wouldn't necessarily count. But directors cut wood. So with that in mind, I think that's probably the best way to approach is that it needs a dedicated PS5 version. I do think and let me know what you both think. I think we should, though, emphasize and sort of celebrate the games that do take the best advantage of the PS5. So like, you know, a phenomenal game that might have a PS5 version that came out a year or two ago. I want to make sure that we're celebrating the stuff that did have native PS5 versions that are doing a lot with the system that are kind of being PS5 games for people to look forward to. I would say 99% of my personal list are like PS5 games. Cool. So I think that's good to keep in mind. Yeah, I think criteria is basically like, it's a really, really great game. It's a good showcase of a game on a PS5 at the moment. And I think, you know, barring that the only other sort of rule I was thinking of was that we probably need a two thirds majority for the game to go on the list. Does that work for everyone? Are we ranking them? Or are we just putting them on the road? We're going to try. We're going to see how we do. Oh boy. We're going to get a two thirds vote. My crazy rules were going to be we each get one ultimate veto power of elimination where we can just veto and mess up the list like crazy by just saying, I choose this one game to not be on the list. I'll save that for bug snacks. All right. Let's do it. So we could potentially get to the very end. The only other thing I think Jada, I think you're muted. Am I really weird? Yes. She wasn't muted her microphone was just nowhere near. For some reason my headset settings must be off. But oh well, the headset works well. You know, meetings having multiple headsets in the household. So you're saying I could get to the very end of the list and then we could just all just veto things and ruin the whole list. Exactly. That's why this list is not official in any capacity because one I don't need like pair mad at me that how many vetos do we get? We each get one. We only get one each. The only other thing I was thinking of was that red behind the scenes he's going to be helping us with the list should have some sort of power. Like there should be some sort of like red rule that we can do. But I don't know what that rule should be. I mean, let him have a veto as well, why not? But I feel like it should be even more than that. You know, like it should be. Oh my gosh. It should be like the kind of wreckage just eject you from the ship. Exactly. Like some weird deus ex Machina basically of like a reality competition. And he just comes in and like gives us a power boost or something. I think should get two vetos. Okay. Let's do that for now. Red gets two fetus. And if he doesn't, if he doesn't use those vitos by the end, he gets to move a game on the list to wherever he wants. Oh my gosh. After we have all decided, you're giving read too much power. That's what I'm here to do to cause chaos. This is. There we go. Blood borne number one on the list. Oh yes, everyone's favorite PlayStation 5 game. We want born. We will for those watching the video version have the list up as we continue to put this together, but for those listening, we will try to make sure and recap and tell you what's going on with the list as we go. We don't want you to be left out, of course. So don't worry if you're only listening to the audio we will not leave you out of this because you are all such a wonderful audience. And I would never. Thank you for deleting that. He had to enter caps. It's gonna say anything. Anyway. There we go, all caps is fine. But all those exclamation marks, that's okay. All caps one cap or no caps. Anyway. With that all said, and out of the way, I think it's time to begin throwing games up on the list. I want to at least get a list of 15. Let's go for 15. All right, and then see where we can go from there. So roughly a 5 each, not roughly exactly 5 each. So we're essentially nominating a game. Yes, we're going to nominate it. Cool. So I think just go in a circle and we'll nominate if anyone has any complaints about that game. We'll do that. And then otherwise we will get all the games on the list and then start to order. If we have time. All right. All right, so Jada, let's start with you. I'm gonna have to go with my big one for the year. Ratchet and clank. Nice ripped apart. I'm gonna take the veto now. So rational clank rift apart, I think, yeah, happy to agree on that one. Jade I know you had responded to my tweet. Kit is so good in that game, which is not something we got to talk about at launch, but oh man. Her story of just like.
"jada" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts
"You for it. I haven't advice question. We're going to answer to give their cases all right since you didn't try to take our eyelashes. I already know that people are going to be like why'd you let her come on the podcast matching edges and eyelashes. And i wanna say the woman evolved way. Okay we seek to take edge is okay okay. Hello s. jr firstly. I'm in all of who you have become. Thank you for allowing god to take over. I am a twenty three year old from south africa and the. Pk as well. I've been a pk for most of my life. And i've realized that. I still have wounds that i find difficult to address. I've spent most of the time protecting saints in that telling my parents about my experiences. Sometimes it would be something said or done. That could hurt. My parents have a great church. However is the few that made me generalize at the end. I just ask for advice as a pk. Especially in the area of having healthy relationships with boundaries with the church advice concerning less church pleasing and any general advice. I can live by tonight worship unrealistic expectations. But be more myself. Thank you so much in advance. Okay hey so listen. Church falls good on everybody's nerves in south africa in london and california and texas in canada in pairs at the north pole. There is a church. There is a polar bear somewhere at the north pole talking about the deacons of the north pole. First baptist missionary church right now because people in church people and you put them together and nerves have been attacked. Okay i just want to let you know. It's not a south. Africa thing is happening in. Nigeria is happening in ireland in somewhere in ireland. Then the church folks. I get nelson buddies nurse okay. I just want you to know that because he will be thinking you crazy but they get on our. They passed they get on my nerves. I love him. I am a church folk. And i get all somebody's nerves. Somebody like oh i can't stand her right now. Having said this is like number one thing you got people are people so no more than you can get along with. Everyone walking on the street. Can you get with everyone at church. Just because someone is at church doesn't mean that they are going to be someone who you can be friends with. Nbn relationship with there are literally some people in church. All you can do is wave at all right. God bless you. You can't maybe not even god bless you. Maybe just a way. God bless you could open up conversation. And i just knew just how god bless them. God bless them and keep moving. Okay you gotta know what you need in your life if you're not looking for any more friends and anymore relationships and can be polite. You can be kind. But it's time for you to shed the walls and the borders down and to do so without feeling like i have an obligation to make myself accessible to everyone who knows me as pk. This is something we think we have to do. I have to be accessible to everyone who knows me. But the truth is everyone who knows me doesn't have the opportunity to known me and you have to know that just because they know your name just because they know what you do just because they know your story doesn't mean that you have to be vulnerable and let them into the most intimate parts of view of your life nor does it mean that you have to receive. There's and if you have found that you are positioned in such a way. Especially if your position there fraudulently where it makes you accessible to others. It makes people feel like you can just come to me and say whatever you want to. Then you have to decide. What decisions do i need to make. Maybe i need to get the church right on time. Maybe i need to sit in the back. Maybe i need to watch online for a few sundays. And so i can create a rhythm of distance and separation. But i just want you to now. The same people who come to the church are the same people walking on the streets. So even if you escape chart doesn't mean you're gonna escape raggedy. 'cause raggedy is everywhere but boundaries. Work into church and out of the church and that is my word unto you. I'm tossing it over the data. I totally agree. The first thing that i thought when she said that it's like us he just needs. You just need a few. Yes need a few you can. You can be kind everyone. You can be friendly but you don't. Everybody doesn't have to be your business. It doesn't have to be that deep like you're really be the yes. The hand hit a little. Yes practicing chin down walking at the same time. don't stop. He walking up and down key walking. That is the official greeting of i. Don't wanna be bothered. That's the business. Ministry salute is head. Now they have the princess to lou where to hand just kind of open and that's not what we talking about the mind your business right hand up. Chen down keeping moving. Don't stop because that's how people get you. Okay that's the business ministry salute exactly. That's all she needs. She'll be good to go. Yes no more right as we want to hear your testimony. 'cause we know that's on the way jada before we go. Is there anything that you wanna ask me anything. I can do to serve what god is doing in your life. Do you shout out your fashion design. Like what how can we support you and get behind guys doing in your life. Oh yeah well. I honestly would his love for people to check it out. I'm okay it's data. Whis is my name is the grim. It itbs data was When i say that i had to make sure i let them know the involved in it But just check out what i'm doing and comments if something resumes with you know where i'm at right now i just really want to know that i really one of the best way to serve people man. That's really where i'm at. I wanna know what's working with my and how can we work together to build a community of people who look good who are trendsetters. Who are not afraid to be themselves and standout Are those. That's my people. So yeah that's how you can support one. Thank you jada. I feel like i am young. People Sometimes the best way to experience someone is by being in the audience as they pursue destiny. And.
"jada" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts
"Out there for everybody everybody. I just wanted to know the best that you can. You can trust with those things even when he is agree where you feel like it hurts when it doesn't it's just not you're scared like even sure we'll be going to smuggle to work out but just knowing that you really do it when you really been out that it he shows out and he really just blow your mind so the that's what the tears are. It is And i. I didn't think i was gonna say this. I feel like you know a lot of people are going to say it but that's fine. It's it's going okay. we are here. Who got i guess I was in. I was listening to the podcast where you announced That this was going to be the last episode. Were in that format in before you even announced it. I heard god say you're going to be on that podcast. And i was like read even make sense In i was listening to it in Always are always felt drawn to woman evolve. I always felt like it was just speaking to where it was. And i felt like as i was growing the podcast that community rather was growing and so it always felt good to be somewhere. Where you know. You're not growing out of the space. Where all moving together growing together and so That's like bar. But i do appreciate it but Yeah i heard it in the shower. he was. You're going to be on this. Podcast all casino. Washing-up listened to the podcast. You know laughing because it's always time and been at the end you're like Yeah so you wanna be on the podcast. Email is not like what. I literally made a youtube video which i mean. I don't know if we're going to every day. Commit a private. But i my email and i was just like the i would wanna be on here to be a co host. I feel like this guy told me in. No i'm gonna put my name out there and see what happens and even something like that and then walking it out till this point right here where is little like. I heard guys this shower in here. It is happening. And when i didn't see how it's possible so i'm yeah i feel like i'm in it right now. This podcast is where i am in my life seeing carol I'm able to just show up and really have something to offer that they are responding to Everything in this moment right now is just gonna as a manifestation of all of that stuff so i feel like i'm definitely in that moment right now and i'm grateful to even have the moments it's pressing issue so do so y- don't be trying to make us cry island off so corny. You me jada when you were talking. Our babies were leafing because there is a philosophy and theology. There's a deal. Theological debate about when mary goes to see elizabeth. That elizabeth was shut in because she thought her baby was dead so she prayed her and her husband prayed as guile for baby she finally gets pregnant and now the baby seems like is dead like she got one step closer to the manifestation and now it seems like the baby is dead and yet mary and mary sharing the news of what's happening in her life and it makes elizabeth's baby leap. That moment is so powerful the moment that you just shared because i know that there are women listening who are wondering. Am i walking around with something dead. Inside of me this dream that god has given me this prophecy that has been spoken over my life adding caring it for years and years and years and now i'm wondering whether or not it's still even alive and as you were sharing your testimony. I think part of the reason why. I got emotional. And one of my team members back there got emotional too because at the end of the day what you were speaking aloud our baby to leap and so you know my thoughts my prayers to you would be continued to tell the whole story the whole story because the whole story is what makes it beautiful and powerful for the rest of us who are watching my my prayers always been with women evolved. I will continue to tell the whole story because it's so easy for people to just see the outcome but not the process and pray operated. This podcast goes all over and this continues to help. Women understand the power of connection with other women and not giving.
"jada" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts
"And i feel like It was a mix of both I feel like i would have gone through that feeling salon degree no matter what happened in my life but i do know that certain things even like in middle school kind of shape the perception that i had myself And it all kind of stand back to fashion for me which is always like so funny how it comes back around but i always the one who dressed a little different on like to make my clothes because it's four of us and we did not have money to buy all the name brand clothes and everything that everybody else has so i was like well. I'm just gonna cut up some other stuff and you know make this and i would I would just wear this. That knew how to make. And i know there were times where people would definitely Appreciate it. I have friends who would always appreciated encountered affirm me in my creativity but then you also have other people who are like. What are you wearing are weird or you know call you different names and even when it came to like my skin complexion no being darker being called darker for some reason every time you gave me a compliment like you're pretty for a dark skinned girl. You know stuff like that Always hitler. A hit kind of deep does because there are already in this sense of like Comparison for me and so. It's something that. I carried going through to high school and college which Yeah i think definitely. That definitely played a big part in it And then even just with my my biological father not being in the picture all the time. There was always this part of me. That was like well you know. What am i doing wrong. Why why why. Why isn't that relationship as strong as it could be. You know i see you sometime. That sometimes i don't see you. I don't know if i need to do something different. Or if i need to show up a different way in order for you to want to be around more so i think those names Took it to the point that it was at just added onto like the normal things that we experience as teenagers. Coming up so yeah. I think the most poignant thing she said was i i would have had those feelings anyway because i can tell you i have talked to like light skinned girls girls who had their father and their live girls who didn't have their mother girls who had to incredible parents like and all of us have had these moments where life said. I don't know if you really worth that like. I don't know if you really worth that dream. I don't even know if you should dream that big line no matter what our backgrounds are what we have gone through. We have all had these moments where our worth our value has been challenged. And we're each walking around with this special kind of hurt where we feel like yes. You know you didn't have your dad and your life but my dad died or my dad didn't die but i lost my mother and so hurt makes us feel like we're something happened to us that didn't happen to anyone else. Not recognizing that the emotion of it. The impact of it was the same for me as it was for you. So if we're all walking around limping then how can we use one another stories to grow and become better. Which i feel is exactly what women evolve. Isabel is like. How can i use your story to learn from your wounds to grow. And become better. And i feel like what you said right there about. I feel like it would have happened to me regardless. Maybe it was compounded. By a few things i feel like. That's so true. Yeah i've definitely encountered that to like we're all those feelings of i've seen them in so many relationships and conversations that i had with people so i definitely agree. Do you remember you said eighteen so we went back to eighteen year. Twenty eight now. At what point between eighteen and twenty eight. Did you have a collision with value a collision with confidence a collision with worth like what happened to make you say you know what i'm comfortable in my own scam. I realized i. It's always a work in progress for all of us right but still like what. What pivoted for you Actually have a moment longer. when it was twenty nineteen march twenty nineteen. I went to a retreat with a business coach. Though she was like my first business coach. I was really excited because i was ready to be entrepreneur and i wanted to learn how to do and so i went to this conference thinking that i was going to get like all these business strategies and all of this like i was gonna network and i was going to meet people who are going to help me like push my business forward and it actually end up being a very own spiritual thing. We were really just talking about Our relationship with god and how we see ourselves and the things that we experienced internally that will actually impact any part of our lives but we were you know referencing back to our businesses and there was somebody who told me that one of the things that i need to work on with my confidence and she said it i was like first of all so don't from like that.
"jada" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts
"What do you think you know now about eighteen year. Old jada and i feel like i wanna like at this in a way. That is different because everyone asks to like. What do you know now that you wish you would've known back then but eighteen year old. Jada trying to be seen what happened to her. Why did she feel like she needed to work to be seen. And i just want to before you answer. Because i feel like when we ask ourselves like you know what do i know now that i wish i would've known then i think we apply wisdom that we know now that we wish we could have applied back then but i do think the more interesting more introspective question is what do i know about eighteen year. Old jada that. I didn't know then and i think that knowing has a lot to do with self compassion and empathy that like. Why was she trying to be seen. What did she need that. She didn't know that she was looking for okay. And that's a that's a real good question. I've always felt like certain points in my life. I've always been like a very like self reflective person But the of course you. There's always room to grow and improve. So i guess i would say What i really needed was This i guess. Somebody could tell me that i that who i was was enough. I didn't have to find my value in anything else. You know and Yeah isolated. i was always trying to search for that worth There's allegation from other people And then if i felt like i didn't if i felt like i didn't get it will work extra hard to get it like just really make myself visible are palatable or fit in into those spaces and i it stifled the part of me. That really wanted just I can still stand out. Even if i wasn't trying so hard to do it and i wasn't a bad thing but i was the way that i was doing it was it was in a way where it's like. It feels like it's like like i'm saying one thing but it's also like not what was happening so i will try to stand out but also not stand up at the same time if that makes sense but on one of the attention. I didn't want it to be in their way where it was like. Oh she's weird or she's court and it was like oh she's I want to look like everybody else but also be seen so it working against myself because it's like how does that even work almost afraid to be different so i guess What would it really comes down to is just saying that you know you're you're okay. Being who you are your value has already been there from the beginning and that it's okay if you don't look like everybody else or dress like everybody else and it's okay if people don't notice it our value because at the end of the day. Your value doesn't come from Anyone else's approval. So i hope that made sense vows realizing that was seeing that house like hours you trying to fit in there but we do this whole moment. We do that though. It's like i want to not be who i am. I don't wanna live in. What is organic and authentic to me. I want to do. What is the everyone else doing. Which looks like this. So i wanna do that. But it's only because i think there's like an 'isolation isolation that comes with being different that makes us want to fit in and still be seen as worthy to have someone come into our life invalidate our existence while also it makes perfect sense to me. I feel like it makes perfect sense. Perfect since i feel like i went through that and when i look back at old pictures of myself like the one thing that i think that i would have told myself that i wish that i would have known about that. Stage of my life is like it's okay. I was that someone would have told me. It's okay so when i got pregnant as a teenager that was like the biggest thing that ever happened to me at this stage in my life and i think everyone was so afraid of me repeating it that they were like you work really hard. You'll be okay if you do this. You'll recover so everyone was telling that i will be okay but no one told me like it's okay like when my daughter falls and she hurts herself the first thing i say it's okay. I don't even know what i'm saying. Oh it's okay to but there's something about her knowing like it's okay. We're gonna get through this. I'm gonna get you the help that you need. Tell me where it hurts. And i think because. No one told me that it was okay. That didn't think that it was okay. And i spent ten years trying to make it. Okay when. I wish that. I could have known from the beginning. It's okay and i felt like when we have these like devastating life moments. That god is saying it's okay right like we look at scriptures and we're like hume as causes all things work together for the good of those who love the lord like we quote those squinched scriptures. But what that scripture is essentially saying no matter where you are in your life it's okay. We can get you to a place of restoration. And i just wish that i would have known that it was okay. Yeah and when. I hear you talking about like value and worth and identity like. Do you think that was just the normal childhood adolescence thing or did something mark you in such a way that you felt like i need to have my worth restored in my valued restored because xyz occurred.
"jada" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts
"But i was. I was furloughed and when i got furloughed i was like whoa okay. I don't wanna be your anyway like uncle. What was this out. Bow out gracefully And so i haven't that time a ails kind of like the push that needed to try something different so i'll always be grateful for that because it is almost like a She's kinda felt like training ground for me. I know in a safe space to try something different because everything was just suspended for the for the most part people still had deals and stuff like that. They'll didn't didn't go through the does nazar. No they didn't. I asked team as sometimes. I'm tired of paying mass. Sometimes i'd be tired of paying bills a lot. I'm just like here. You go again this month wanting the same thing for me. You know just raggedy just all take a break you. It'll be alright ain't you ain't you tired like ain't you in really bill. What are you passionate about. You said that you got to get back to what you're passionate about. What is that. Oh well it's fashion. That has always one of the things that like. Just since i was a kid. It's just been the thing that i used to express myself but the thing that has been interesting is i've been figuring out how how coupled together with the part of me that likes to counsel people So it always felt like i would have to pick one or the other no woes fashion or it's this other by counseling space and so it always felt like the two didn't go together But what i've come to realize is that it is very much so even though our clothes aren't expression of ourselves it always starts from the inside. Yes oh whether power addressed will choose to do how he choose to show up all has to do with the internal and so that's how i was. I was able to see all of that. Kinda show up so as it brought me back fashion. Could i was getting burnt out. I was trying to solo. Make clothes go to work in retail out. Pretty much tired of close by the time i got home. I didn't want to fold hanging out. I don't want to see a garment for the rest of the day. So yes they brought me back to that okay. How old are you now. Okay so if i look at a picture of eighteen year old jada what does she have one. And what is that telling me about where she is. Oh i was rough okay. So i took a lot of pictures that that year that eighteen ninety two year In one of the thing that stands out to.
"jada" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts
"Jada west read us for bill. Honey okay she thoughts about our low self esteem of trying to be business owners. She talked about us staying manifestation of what guy said he was on. She read as for phil seriously. This has been They're all my favorite okay. This was a powerful one though. This is one that i know is going to resonate with so many of you are going to want to take notes. You're going to have just a totally different prayer tonight. When you have your meditation in peacetime with god is gonna set you right and mind. I was a g okay and being a gene being emotionless and yet there were emotions that i could not deny happening on the inside of me. The truth is feelings. May subside over time. But suppression tricked me into thinking i'd won that battle but suppression actually added to the longevity of the wars festering in my soul as i talked to jada. I recognize that being intentional about understanding where we had been win. We have shifted and how we can continue to grow as so worried of us continuing to honor and our development. I'm so glad. I know better because the real g's show and communicate their emotions. They are emotionless. Okay so have you seen that mean. This is what are you gonna do cry out it or bossa. Do both at thought that for myself okay. 'cause i'm gonna do both of them after this conversation. Jada you going to stay. I'm gonna cry..
"jada" Discussed on Investor Mama
"Of interviewing jada glover. Jada is a certified lactation consultant and on today's episode. We actually talk about something. Pretty cool then. I never really thought about until jada reached out to me. And it's the idea of becoming a lactation consultant as a side hustle for moms and so we dive into the process. Two did to becoming a lactation consultant the benefits. Why it's flexible and good for moms. Jada also talks about strategies for gaining new clients which is super helpful especially when starting a new business and the tip she shares are really good for any new business owner. So even if you're not interested in becoming a lactation consultant specifically definitely still listen to this episode because jada definitely has some really good tips for any new business owner starting out. I personally had never thought of this as a side hustle. But once jada and i really got to talking we get into the little bit of the nitty gritty of things. It's really cool. And so i wanted to share this with you. If you were someone who loves working with babies who loves working with other moms is maybe a phenomenal way to make some extra great income on the side and do something that you love so definitely listen to this episode. Jade is great and it was just really cool. An eye opening for me to even just think of this aside hustle and this is not really something that's talked about but again if this is something that you might be interested in you can make some really good extra income on the side doing this so without further ado jada. Welcome to the show. How you doing. i'm great. i'm doing well how about you. I'm great thanks. Thanks for coming on. Yeah happy to be here okay. Well why don't we start off with your money story. Sure so. I'm going to give you some background a little bit to get you to where him today. So whenever i was growing up..
TMZ Jumps the Shark
"There's so much shit being reported on and written about. It's tough to swim through. I was reading TMZ today. I don't watch the show anymore. I hate all those young kids. They act like they fucking know everything. And everybody up speak and I just can't stand watching them. And the young lawyers will attitude, fuck you. Reading TMZ today, they jump the shock. That was a day when that show was required viewing. It was great. They broke so many big stories. And it's easy the way Harvey threw money around. Harvey Levin had money to burn. He had cops paid off. Precincts paid off hospital workers had money. He had every paparazzi coming to an exclusively. He had it all wired. And I'm not knocking him. But it's easy to get stories fast and furiously when you have the ability to throw around a network's money for people to talk. Try doing all that work just solely on know how and gut and intuition. Let me ask you a question. You guys read, hold on. You guys read these sites. I'm reading this site today, and they write about how Tiger Woods was happy and in a good mood the day before he had his big car crash. They said he was paying playing golf with Jada Pinkett Smith and then he was seemingly having a good time. Tiger even joked about his body breaking down and ten operations on his bath ha ha ha and Jada made a birdie and they did a high 5, clearly jaded pink and Smith gave this story to TMZ. Clearly, she wanted the publicity. Trust me, this is not a story. Just saying Tiger was in a good mood that day before his accident. Who cares?
Willow Smith Shaves Head Onstage During ‘Whip My Hair’ Performance
"A shaved head. Careful girl. Look at what happened to Brittany. Oh, whilst performing at her Facebook live event will owing concert lately I feel everything. She shaved her head while singing her 2010 hit. I whip my hair and behind the scenes clips, she said she has shaved her head to other times in her life, she noted. Whenever she does decide to make the chop, she says it at It's a really monumental times in her life. This comes a week after her mom, Jada Pinkett Smith, revealed that she shaved her head to an
Willow Smith Goes in a New Musical Direction
"Never thought i'd come out of a willow song same rock and roll here. We are willow. Is the artist. The record is called lately. I feel everything song hearing this. The closing cut called breakout willow. Also known as willow smith daughter will smith and jada pinkett smith and christina for people who remember her when she was just nine years old and released her debut song. Whip my hair. She's twenty now and this is not that right. Well oh and i have a lot in common and that we've had our beef as you know. We've had our nineties singer songwriter. Phase where we're into tracy chapman and maybe a little bit of Fiona apple here and there but now she's into what i was in sioux coming out of high school which was paramore and my chemical romance and it really really shows so ninety s. I read that she was inspired to go in this direction in part because of her mom right so in two thousand sue jada pinkett fronted. A new metal ban call wisdom so music runs in the family But also in particular what was brilliant sparring willow was that at that time as. She's watching her mom literally rock out she would also see. Your mom received death threats literally just for fronting abandoned genre considered quote unquote white and so this music is definitely. It's artistry but it's also activism for her because she wants to show like other black women. Hey we need to reclaim the genre that began as ours. And i even hear that like from fuck you. Which is i believe. The second track where i was like. Oh man this is her channeling x ray specs and this is even before i realized that polystyrene was half somalian. So some notable features on the record to cherry glazer this travis barker and tara appears on a song called extra. Want to play just a little bit of that. My i was ready. I wasn't prepared to go to scare you still right
Salma Hayek's Breasts Have Been Trending
"Look, Salma Hayek is good. And back in her days in Mexico, she was like, I think a TV star of soap opera, novella star. So she came to America with experience. She wasn't like a rosy cheeked young girl. She knew about fame. Because she had acquired it in Mexico. And I remember being introduced to her Bobby Weinstein like 1995. I think I'd ride around desperado. Stone cold knockout. I couldn't believe that I was looking at and I have to say she's right. She was in the paper there, some magazine, or no, no, she did red table talk, where they break down all the big issues. You know, so important, Jada Pinkett Smith and her daughter and her mother in law, they break down the issues. Her mother, her daughter and her. Three generations of pains in the asses break down the issues and some Hayek thought it was a good idea to go on the show. I guess it is if you want publicity because now all people are talking about is somehow tits. She wants to talk about those tips more than anything. Listen, go look it up. It was all in the air. Was all over the Internet a couple days ago. I don't think Salma Hayek is low on talent and high on looks. I think she has definitely talent. Definitely. The way the camera loves her. And there's the way she acts that's good. She's not great. She's not one of the great actresses, but I don't think she'd be a big star if she was an 8 cup. I just don't.
Me and You Versus the Problem: Making Your Child a Partner
"Wanna talk about something to almost visualize together. And i think it'll be applicable to so many situations outside bath also. We need to notice whether we're in the mode of it's me against my kid more. It's me and my kid against a problem. So i know for me. It's really easy in the situation with all my child's running away from me. Oh my child's not listening. And maybe i'm not saying it but what i'm thinking is my child's a problem. Why is my child such a problem right and our kids feel like that right and i'm sure your marriage to the two of you know whether you're talking about a problem to each other in a way where it's like. You're the problem. Can't you just be more like me or can't you just fix it versus. Hey exactly our spouses are always the problem. Why don't they just become more like us so annoying. I think that's number one to notice that mode so to me. Interacting with jada in a way where jada the problem would sound like this jada is bad. It's bad this is crazy. You're going to get a snack. We talked about this a million times. Come on its bath. I can do that really well. This is how. I usually approach my kids the first time and then i catch myself right and they'll say well. I'm doing my kids. A problem thing verses talking agenda in a way where it's me and jada against a problem might even be before. I go into the door and i'd say you know what i'm thinking about. It's going to be back time. And here's something about bath time after school with me. I know you don't love it. I'm wondering if there's anything we can do to make this a little easier. Because here's something that's not going to change. Were not going to change doing bad i. It's just not one of the things but there are so many things we could change right so before we go further. There's a week right now. Me and jada getting to the bath is a problem like we both probably have some part in that dance rate so rather than seeing it as a jada problem. It's something that's happening between us. It's not even that i really. I don't think it's your fault either. I just think something gets co created when our relationship then to me. Whenever i approach my kids like that somehow i find my playfulness right in my first example. There's no playfulness. It's just like come on. Stop running away. You're you're doing this. It's just so frustrating. Actually when we're in a me versus use situation with someone. there's never any playfulness. Our bodies can't find playfulness when we feel antagonistic. Toward someone because we actually feel like there's a threat right and we can only be playful when we feel safe and safety often comes with connection right so i could see if this is you jessica yu saying this to her toward the door and what might make it more fun pause so many times our kids will actually generate solutions or ideas when we include them as a
Lessons in Language and Loss, With Angelica Moreno
"So how are you miss marino so glad to see you. Thank you for being here. How was your day. You was great. It was excellent. I am so. I was looking forward to being here with you guys. I'm excited. I've been anxiously waiting to talk with you as well. Because i know when we first met. Just for introductions i was saying your name anjelica and then i heard how you said your first name on helicopter and i've been practicing share with everyone your full name because you're pronunciation is still going to be much prettier than mine. Of course my name is jada modano and just like you. I've had other people have trouble housi- my name and there was a time that my name change from shelly to angie because they would have trouble pronouncing it and somebody just started calling me angie site by you know what australia introduc- myself as angie. I don't have to go through putting them through the trouble or the stress of pronouncing your riley me. Try to practice. But i thank you. I thank you for doing a very good shopping pronuncia.
Brandon Wolf: The Pulse Survivor Is Optimistic About Gun Reform
"Week. I can think of no better person to hear from than brandon. Wolff brandon is the survivor of the pulse nightclub shooting and since then has become one of the most visible and vocal activists in our community fighting from gun reform so on today's episode. We're going to do things a bit differently. We're going to revisit an earlier conversation with brandon originally aired on a luminary app. Just a heads up. He does she were few details about the actual shooting at polls. If you'd rather not hear that kind of thing you can scroll head about five minutes but before we do here that i we're gonna call brennan up to check in what he's been doing since we last spoke. Hello hey brandon jeffrey masters. Hey jeffrey how are you. I don't k- i think. Just okay how about you. I'm hanging in there. You know it is There's a lot going on some progress. Being made some challenges. But i'm hanging in there. Thanks you said there's a lot going on and on the morning that we're taping this just for context for everybody this week. We've been in the middle of the derek chauvin trial for the killing of george floyd of you days ago dante. Right twenty year old was killed at a traffic stop last night. Video was released of adam toledo thirteen year old shot in chicago. And this morning we learned about a shooting at a fedex. Facility in indianapolis eight were killed there and seven were injured on top of all of that. Is this epidemic of violence against trans people. Most recently to trans women in north carolina. My home state were killed. Jada peterson and one still unnamed. That makes fourteen trans people that we know of that have been killed just this year. That is almost one a week so when we talk about going numb is that unavoidable for self-preservation or is there a better way to look at it. Well i think it's a great question. And i appreciate you sort of laying it out like that because we're just talking about the things that that are happening right now in this moment really in the last week or two right but this is sort of a drumbeat of violence that is pervasive in american
Meghan Markle Says Life in the Royal Family Drove Her To Thoughts of Suicide
"And Prince Harry's interview with Oprah's prompting an outpouring of support from celebrities. Serena Williams tweeted a message of support for the Duchess of Sussex, calling her a selfless friend. Other famous people and activists like Jada Pinkett Smith, Leslie Jordan and Bernice King spoke up in support of the couple, Meghan Markle said during that interview that life in the royal family drove her to thoughts of suicide. She told Oprah Winfrey on CBS last night that she couldn't see a solution to the problems inside the royal institution. She said she went to several senior officials to try to get help and possibly be checked into a hospital. But they denied her because they said it wouldn't be good for the optics of the royal family.
Welcome to Shondaland
"Tonight. We're talking about shonda rhimes. Who is like she's a total boss. Queen television absolutely all right so first. We'll talk a little bit about shonda. So shonda rhimes was born in chicago. Illinois in january nineteen seventy. She was the youngest of six children. Her mother vero was a college professor and her father. Eilly was a university administrator. And she'd said that she exhibited an early affinity for storytelling early on in her life. She attended marin catholic high school and served as a hospital volunteer which inspired an interest in hospital environments. She majored in english. And film studies at dartmouth college and she graduated in nineteen ninety-one at dartmouth the black underground theatre association. She divided her time between directing and performing in student productions and also writing fiction and after college. She moved to san francisco and worked in advertising but she moved to los angeles a little bit after that to stubby screening at the university of southern california. She was ranked top of her class at usc. And she earned the gary rosenberg writing fellowship. She obtained a master of fine arts degree from the. Us's school of cinematic arts. And while at usc rimes was hired as an intern by debra martin chase who was prominent black producer she also worked at denzel washington's company monday entertainment so after she graduated rimes was actually an unemployed script writer in hollywood and to make ends meet. She worked various jobs including as an office administrator. And then a counselor at a job center during this period rhymes worked as a research director documentary. Hank aaron chasing the dream which won the nineteen ninety-five peabody award. One thousand nine hundred. Eighty eight rhymes made a short film called blossoms. Unveils which starred. Jada pinkett smith and jeffrey rate. This is actually only credit as a film director. So that's nineteen ninety eight short film blossoms unveils new line cinema purchased a feature. Script of hers It ended up not being produced at that time but she received an assignment shortly thereafter to co write the hbo movie introducing dorothy dandridge in nineteen ninety nine which earned numerous awards further star. Halle berry. get out. I didn't realize that she colorado so interesting. Oh wait till you hear the the plethora of things that she's worked on. Oh no after grad school rhymes sold her first screenplay called human seeking same about an older black woman looking for love in the personal ads. And that film wasn't produced. But you have heard of her next project in two thousand and one rhymes wrote the debut film of pop singer. Britney spears the starring zoe saldana and taryn. Manning crossroads everybody. I didn't know that she wrote that. Get out up saying. I feel like it's been really it was really panned by the next but maybe for them. Okay no sometimes. It's it's sometimes you just want a nice story about friendship road trimming going on a road trip and having a nice time and may be hitting up a karaoke joint. Heck yeah and singing. I love rock and roll. That's all i'm saying is that maybe it's for them. I think lauren has actually seen crossroads. I have felt you know. She wrote that and then the next thing that she worked on in two thousand four was the sequel to the princess. Diaries called the princess diaries. Two royal engagement. Get out. yeah. I didn't realize that she was so like a dummy. I just assumed like shonda rhimes right out. The gate was grey's anatomy but apparently she was introduced are obsolete reduce. So she's working on all these film things in two thousand three. She actually wrote her first tv pilot. Abc it was about young female war correspondents but the network. Turn it down. You know what they didn't turn down ask project. So here's where sean hillen comes in sean. Billion is the name of rhymes production company shine million and its logo also referred to the shows that she has produced an also to rimes herself. So when we say shaun d land. It's like interchangeably sean. And her production company. Yeah and like the. Because i do remember like i think it was. Abc or nbc. I forgot what what channel she's on but it was. They were like girl a sorry But it was like thursday nights. Is sean the land. Because it was like it was like back to back to back to back shadowland shows. We'll talk about that. You have a basically they. They tried to rebrand thursdays. Like tgi. T thank goodness thursday because that its native shot in the land. I mean people are gonna watch no matter what they didn't need to need hype it up so The name shawn lane was stylized as capital s shonda capital l. Land one word from two thousand five to two thousand sixteen but since two thousand sixteen is all stylize lower case everything is lower case. It's always very recognizable font so you might often see in print as actually all lower case letters.