November 06, 2023


224th Date: Should I Say This?

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Yusuf In The Building C.L. Butler Nique Crews
224th Date: Should I Say This?
Relationship Status Podcast
224th Date: Should I Say This?

Nov 06 2023 | 00:51:29


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Hosts: C.L. Nique, & Yusuf 

In this captivating episode of Relationship Status, join the team as they dive into the fascinating realm of double standards. The conversation kicks off with a humorous discussion about social media habits, particularly Instagram and Facebook, where the team candidly explores the differing behaviors of men and women in the digital age.

The spotlight then shifts to a thought-provoking and controversial topic – the double standards of infidelity. CL boldly suggests that women should consider letting men have a monopoly on this controversial practice, leading to a lively debate among the crew. They dissect the societal norms, stereotypes, and expectations surrounding infidelity, dissecting how men and women perceive this sensitive topic.

Whether you're here for thought-provoking debates or hilarious banter, this episode offers a wide range of entertaining content that will leave you pondering the complexities of double standards and chuckling at the team's dynamic interactions. Tune in for a rollercoaster of laughter and deep reflection. 


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[00:00:00] Speaker A: You? [00:00:00] Speaker B: Do you have a podcast that you're passionate about? Are you looking for a professional studio to help bring your vision to life? Then look no further than Crux Media Group studios. Located at nine Three West Evans Street in Florence, South Carolina, crux Media Group Studios is a full service podcast studio that offers recording, editing, consultation, live streaming, video recording, and more. We have state of the art equipment and team of experienced professionals who can help you create a podcast that is professional, polished, and engaging. Whether you're a first time podcaster or a seasoned pro, crux Media Group Studios can help you take your podcast to the next level. Contact us today at 843-407-1673 to learn more about our services and to schedule a consultation. [00:01:00] Speaker C: Welcome back to relationship status. This is your host, CL Butler, Neat. [00:01:05] Speaker D: Cruz, and your boy Yusuf in the building. And remember, you can catch us on all podcast platforms. Remember, like, share, follow, and five star rate. Remember, if you want to join the conversation, email us, relstat [email protected], and remember, you could always catch the show on How are we doing there, people? [00:01:26] Speaker C: Good. You sound so unenthusiastic today. [00:01:31] Speaker A: I'm back. [00:01:32] Speaker C: I was going to introduce you as a guest. [00:01:35] Speaker A: Wow. I heard the last episode. [00:01:39] Speaker C: Okay. We got to listen. [00:01:41] Speaker D: Got to listen. [00:01:43] Speaker A: You're going to blame me? [00:01:44] Speaker C: Yeah. Well, tell us where you've been, where you've been hiding, what you've been up to? [00:01:49] Speaker A: Vacation. [00:01:50] Speaker C: Vacation? [00:01:51] Speaker A: Yeah. That's it. It was just vacation. [00:01:52] Speaker C: You've been on vacation for, like, 17 weeks. Well, we've been a little bit of the party to 17, too, now. So it's not just you. [00:02:02] Speaker A: I'm not sure if I told you about the last vacation I was on. [00:02:05] Speaker C: Okay, do tell. [00:02:06] Speaker D: Tell us. Tell us. [00:02:07] Speaker A: No, tell the broke people. [00:02:09] Speaker C: Okay, let's go. It wasn't that big of don't downplay it now. [00:02:14] Speaker D: Yeah. [00:02:15] Speaker A: No, I went to Atlanta. [00:02:18] Speaker C: Okay. Last trip? [00:02:20] Speaker A: Yeah. [00:02:20] Speaker D: The last trip was the music festival. One music one music festival. [00:02:26] Speaker C: Okay. How was that? [00:02:27] Speaker A: It was good. [00:02:28] Speaker C: First of all, why'd you go? [00:02:30] Speaker A: My cousin asked me to go. [00:02:31] Speaker C: Okay. So you wasn't even aware you didn't go see a featured act? [00:02:35] Speaker A: No, I just went. Yeah. [00:02:38] Speaker C: So who'd you see? [00:02:40] Speaker A: I seen Janet Jackson j Cole jermaine Dupree ed Lover mr Cheeks megan thee stallion. [00:02:47] Speaker C: Okay. [00:02:48] Speaker A: Nelly? [00:02:49] Speaker C: They performed. Okay. [00:02:51] Speaker A: Uncle Luke. [00:02:52] Speaker C: Okay. [00:02:52] Speaker A: Kendrick Lamar. [00:02:53] Speaker C: Okay. [00:02:54] Speaker A: Yeah. [00:02:54] Speaker C: So you was out there in the sunshine. [00:02:57] Speaker A: Yes. A lot of walking all day chairs. Yes. From twelve to 10:00. [00:03:03] Speaker C: Was it worth it? [00:03:04] Speaker A: Yes, every bit. [00:03:05] Speaker C: Really? You will go again? [00:03:07] Speaker A: I'm going to go next year. [00:03:08] Speaker C: Okay. [00:03:10] Speaker A: It's definitely worth what you would spend to see one artist. You're seeing a bunch. [00:03:16] Speaker C: But aren't you doing less songs? [00:03:18] Speaker A: Yeah, but they bring out a lot of people also. Okay, so, like, Lil Kim brought out little C's. [00:03:27] Speaker C: A lot of littles there's a lot of little. [00:03:30] Speaker A: Yeah. Janet brought out Jermaine Dupree, so more. [00:03:35] Speaker C: Of them a little. [00:03:36] Speaker A: And J cole. [00:03:37] Speaker C: Okay. [00:03:39] Speaker A: It was definitely good. I finally got to see Killer Mike. I've never seen him before. [00:03:44] Speaker C: You like Killer Mike's music? [00:03:47] Speaker A: It's not my type of music. Okay. It's not. But it was interesting. [00:03:53] Speaker C: His last album was actually pretty good, but Killer Mike confuses me. [00:03:57] Speaker D: How so? [00:03:58] Speaker C: Because he's so righteous, and then you can't talk out of both sides. [00:04:04] Speaker D: You got to righteous and ratchet. [00:04:06] Speaker A: He had a gospel squad up there. [00:04:08] Speaker C: Yeah. I don't know. You can't just kind of be all things. You got to kind of find somewhere to be and be in that space. This is my space. But he's pro black, and he just says some off, like okay. [00:04:23] Speaker A: Yeah, he was wild. [00:04:25] Speaker D: He had an appearance on Billions. [00:04:27] Speaker C: He did have an appearance on Billions. He had a big chain. A big cuban. [00:04:30] Speaker D: Yeah, that was a big kilo. Yeah. A kilo cuban. [00:04:35] Speaker C: That was a big chunky one. [00:04:37] Speaker D: That was a huge chain. [00:04:37] Speaker C: Yeah. But he did have a good refreshing to see him on Billions. You don't watch billions, right? [00:04:43] Speaker A: I don't. I've heard it. [00:04:45] Speaker D: I heard about it. [00:04:47] Speaker C: Good show. A lot of dialogue you have to pay attention to. Yeah. [00:04:50] Speaker D: And a lot of references yes. That if you really not you can get lost in a couple of them. If you're not really informed or read a good bit or pay attention to a lot of stuff. Movies, they'll make a lot of references to different people, different things. So that's what I enjoy about the show. [00:05:05] Speaker C: Okay. [00:05:06] Speaker D: Like reading how well, they always make analogies. So it'll be like he moved through the office. [00:05:13] Speaker C: Like, don't look at me, tell me. [00:05:17] Speaker D: No, he's just I'm trying to give an example. [00:05:23] Speaker C: I'm not going sorry. You ain't got to say okay, give me an analogy. [00:05:26] Speaker D: They just use a lot of analogies, and they reference things that have happened in actual life or something that's been read in a book or something from a famous movie. [00:05:33] Speaker A: Okay. All right. [00:05:37] Speaker D: Sir. [00:05:38] Speaker C: Yes. [00:05:38] Speaker A: No, because when he says reading, everybody doesn't read the same type of that's. [00:05:41] Speaker C: What I was saying. He was saying uneducated. You call people broke, you call people educated. [00:05:45] Speaker D: I did not say that. [00:05:48] Speaker C: Don't alienate the audience. [00:05:50] Speaker A: I took it as his type of books that he reads. He kind of caught you. [00:05:57] Speaker C: Books. [00:05:57] Speaker D: I do read. [00:05:58] Speaker C: Okay. [00:05:59] Speaker D: I do read. Okay. [00:06:00] Speaker C: So now we got the uneducated and the rope people out the of way. [00:06:04] Speaker A: Okay, first of all. [00:06:09] Speaker D: Mr. Hawaii, mr. [00:06:12] Speaker C: Vegas, I was locking into a fan's perspective, and that's all I heard. You don't read? You don't watch stuff like me. [00:06:20] Speaker A: No. Everyone does not read the same things. Everyone does not vacation the same way, obviously. [00:06:26] Speaker C: Obviously not. Obviously not. [00:06:28] Speaker A: Yeah, because I ain't making to hawai. We haven't made it to Hawaii. [00:06:32] Speaker C: Yes. [00:06:34] Speaker A: It was beautiful, wasn't it? [00:06:35] Speaker C: Yes. It owes me nothing. Yeah. My cousin told me that yesterday. I was like, okay, that's got to be something social media. [00:06:44] Speaker A: But you never heard that before. [00:06:47] Speaker C: I probably have, but it feels and sounds like something a woman would say, so I try to stay away from. [00:06:53] Speaker D: Mostly women say it. [00:06:55] Speaker C: Yeah. [00:06:55] Speaker A: Really? [00:06:56] Speaker D: I've very rarely seen a man post that. Very rarely. Even if you look think about it. If you only see, like, women go, Mexico owes me nothing. [00:07:05] Speaker A: Yeah, Atlanta owes nothing. [00:07:06] Speaker D: Owes me nothing. [00:07:07] Speaker C: Okay. Did you eat about or you just went to the festival? [00:07:11] Speaker A: No, I just went to the well, I did eat at the festival, but outside of didn't, I didn't get the brunch. [00:07:19] Speaker C: So you were in Atlanta with Keith Lee. Did you run into Keith Lee? [00:07:23] Speaker A: No, but I wanted to. [00:07:24] Speaker C: You didn't? [00:07:25] Speaker A: No. [00:07:26] Speaker C: You know who Keith Lee is? No. See, uneducated. [00:07:30] Speaker A: Yeah. You're gonna have us losing followers because you don't know who Keith Lee is. [00:07:34] Speaker D: For those of us that don't know. [00:07:36] Speaker C: He'S a food critic who kind of made some waves. Former MMA fighter, also who made some waves this week in the social media world. And he critiques food places, but he's been around for some time, from what I understand. [00:07:51] Speaker A: Yeah. When his wife was pregnant. Well, I don't know if this is how he started, but this is how I've seen him when I started watching him. He would cook for his wife, and people were always be mad, like, Why are you cooking? Isn't she supposed to be in the kitchen? He was like, no, I cook for my wife. And then he started with going to get food and rating them from one to ten. [00:08:17] Speaker C: Okay. [00:08:17] Speaker A: Yeah. [00:08:18] Speaker C: He has a very monotone speech. Like, I'm going to give it a seven out of ten. [00:08:23] Speaker A: Yeah. [00:08:23] Speaker C: But I guess he has a thing, and it's kind of picked up now. I do have a theory about men who cook more than women. [00:08:29] Speaker A: Oh, my God. [00:08:30] Speaker C: I feel like their relationship is unbalanced. [00:08:32] Speaker A: Really? [00:08:32] Speaker C: Yes. Also, it's just unbalanced. I mean, what if it's within finds of relationships? There has to be a certain amount of balance. [00:08:40] Speaker D: So you're saying it should be even cooking? [00:08:43] Speaker A: No, women should cook. [00:08:44] Speaker C: No, I think women should cook, and men should cook, but I think you have to split the duties. [00:08:50] Speaker A: What do you mean? Everything 50 50. [00:08:54] Speaker C: All the duties that a woman can do. Like, I don't think a woman should stay out of trash, but if you both wanted to do laundry, it's cool. Okay. If you both want to cook, it's cool, but when a man does majority of cooking, I think it puts you in too much of an off balance. [00:09:11] Speaker D: But what if she does the dishes? No, because I like to cook, but I don't like to do dishes. [00:09:16] Speaker C: Yeah, but you like to cook. But I think cooking kind of sets the tone for the evening or the relationship. [00:09:26] Speaker A: Really? [00:09:26] Speaker C: Yeah. And if you're not home early enough and you cook late? I think it throws off the balance. Or the woman. Or the man. [00:09:32] Speaker D: I will say that. Yeah, I think it does. [00:09:34] Speaker A: I can see that. [00:09:35] Speaker D: Throw off the it completely does. [00:09:38] Speaker C: But I think a man can adjust to that easier. This is a theory I probably should have worked out a little more, but I think a man can adjust to a woman cooking late more so than a woman to a man cooking late. [00:09:49] Speaker D: I agree with that. Yeah, I agree with that. [00:09:51] Speaker C: Because I think men, we make more compromises than women. [00:09:57] Speaker A: Yeah, I can see that. [00:09:59] Speaker C: Yeah. [00:10:00] Speaker A: I think it's kind of a 50 50. No. Well, what do you see as a man making more compromises than a woman? [00:10:10] Speaker C: A man and woman can have the same amount of complaints about each other, but a man will probably express two where the woman would tell you ten. [00:10:16] Speaker A: But that's his fault that he doesn't want to express that. [00:10:18] Speaker C: Okay, but you asked me yeah. Question. I'm not saying it's not personal to a person. The compromise is me biting the bullet when I probably should say something, but I can just adjust out of it. [00:10:33] Speaker A: But that's not for us. That's for yourself. You're doing that for your own piece because you don't feel like it. So is that really compromising? [00:10:41] Speaker C: No, I just think a man complaining and a woman complaining are two different things. It is like, a woman a woman can literally go somewhere and just be unpleasant for whatever reason, and it'd be accepted. And it'd be okay. [00:10:53] Speaker A: It's not accepted. [00:10:54] Speaker D: No, it'd be accepted. [00:10:55] Speaker A: By who? By men. [00:10:56] Speaker C: You have some sassy men who will probably say something to you, but for the most part, a man just yeah, he just like if a woman is having a bad day and let's say she's a little rude, I think for the most part, men will just kind. [00:11:07] Speaker D: Of just they'll give up mulligan for that. [00:11:09] Speaker C: Like, you know what? I don't know what's going on, but okay, cool. [00:11:12] Speaker D: Okay. [00:11:12] Speaker C: Now you got some sassy guys who want to attack you sassy because of this. Yeah. Well, the reason I say they're sassy is because they're looking into it, and you don't have to look into it. [00:11:23] Speaker A: Sometimes I don't just be him checking her. [00:11:25] Speaker C: No, you don't need to check. It ain't for you to check everybody woman. Sometimes you let that thing ride. I looked at a brother, just gave him a wink. Abraham, I see you struggle. You good. She ain't doing nothing to me. She cut right in front of me. Just went right in front of the line. He was like, man, my bad. [00:11:42] Speaker D: I was like, Ain't no problem. [00:11:44] Speaker A: Wow. [00:11:45] Speaker C: She was like, It's my third time here today at Lowe's. Listen, you don't owe me anything. [00:11:51] Speaker A: Cool. [00:11:51] Speaker D: Go ahead. [00:11:52] Speaker C: And she went right it was like, ten people in line. She went right for the line. The dude was just like, oh, my God. [00:11:58] Speaker D: Because it's more embarrassing to him. He's literally the one. [00:12:01] Speaker C: He was coming down the line like, yeah, you good. Okay, you good. She just went right to the front of the line because it was her third time here today. Men would more than likely just give a woman a pass if that would have been ten women. [00:12:15] Speaker D: It's completely rude. [00:12:16] Speaker C: I'm not saying it's not rude, but if it was ten women waiting and a man did that yeah. What kind of man is he? [00:12:24] Speaker D: Yes. [00:12:24] Speaker C: He's not even a man. [00:12:26] Speaker D: They would attack that manhood. [00:12:30] Speaker C: But you would question something. [00:12:31] Speaker A: Oh, yeah, he addressed her. No, I wouldn't. [00:12:34] Speaker D: No. [00:12:35] Speaker A: Airplane that addressed that baby crying. [00:12:38] Speaker C: Okay, hold on. Now. [00:12:39] Speaker A: You didn't see that? [00:12:40] Speaker C: No, I'm not saying I didn't see that, but we kind of shifted. We can go to the baby crying because you have to tell us about that, because I don't know, but men would let a woman do that. And that's what I mean, like a compromise. Like, she's rude out of place, but she might just be having a tough time, and, like, she did it was her third time there today. Okay. They didn't get order right. They didn't whatever. Being kind of just okay, I see. [00:13:06] Speaker A: And I can see me being pissed off and saying, I don't care about none of that get disorder. Right. But still, I have to be considerate of others that have been sometimes women. [00:13:17] Speaker C: Are very considerate, and then other times they're not so much. Not so much at all. [00:13:22] Speaker D: Other times they are. [00:13:24] Speaker C: So I think men do compromise in that space. Okay. It's cool. [00:13:30] Speaker A: All right. [00:13:31] Speaker C: So that's why I say men made more. Now bring us up to date on the baby crying. Man on the plane. [00:13:35] Speaker A: Man on a plane. So there was a video of a man on a plane. He was complaining about a baby crying. [00:13:41] Speaker C: The woman had the baby? [00:13:42] Speaker A: Yeah, a woman had a baby. And the baby was crying for, like, 45 minutes. [00:13:45] Speaker C: He shouldn't have said nothing. [00:13:47] Speaker A: Really? [00:13:47] Speaker D: No, nothing at all. [00:13:49] Speaker C: I don't think a baby knows if it's like, a twelve year old. Okay, get your child, calm your baby. Unless there's something else going on with your child. But a baby I don't know. [00:14:02] Speaker A: For 45 minutes. [00:14:05] Speaker C: Babies don't know time. [00:14:07] Speaker A: No, I wouldn't have said nothing. [00:14:09] Speaker C: I wouldn't have said nothing. [00:14:10] Speaker D: No, but I mean, you know this from being a parent. There's times where you could do everything in the world and that baby just cry. You could change the diaper, you could rock them, you could do whatever it is, and that baby is on one that day, and there's nothing you can do. So I think that I don't think. [00:14:25] Speaker A: The guy should have said anything. [00:14:26] Speaker E: Please. [00:14:28] Speaker C: He should. [00:14:29] Speaker A: Yeah. [00:14:30] Speaker C: Why? [00:14:33] Speaker A: Being a parent and watching some other parents, I've learned that some parents just let their kids do whatever, and I don't know how old the baby was, whether it was a one year old or like an arm baby, I'm not sure to say. [00:14:46] Speaker C: Between one and four. I mean, it doesn't matter. Doesn't it? [00:14:49] Speaker A: But some people allow their kids just to wreck habit. [00:14:54] Speaker C: Yeah. Even if they are doing that, let's say the mama is completely or dad is completely negligent. [00:15:00] Speaker A: Yeah. [00:15:01] Speaker C: As a man. Still, don't say anything. [00:15:04] Speaker A: Get your kid. Get your kid. [00:15:06] Speaker C: And I would assume this guy wasn't sitting beside her, so he probably had to eat. [00:15:10] Speaker A: No, they were like one seat. [00:15:13] Speaker D: Next thing is okay, so my next question, we're talking baby or child? [00:15:18] Speaker A: They never showed the baby. [00:15:19] Speaker C: Okay. Baby and child. No, because one to three. [00:15:25] Speaker A: Arm baby. That's what I said. [00:15:26] Speaker D: I'm not sure if it's like a five year old. Yes. Now yes. Your son's kicking the back of my seat. Can we stop? [00:15:33] Speaker C: That's different. [00:15:34] Speaker D: No, I'm saying can we stop? [00:15:36] Speaker C: But if it's just crying no, kicking your seat is almost like hitting you. Even if child's having a tangent. If a child is crying, I think. [00:15:44] Speaker D: You'D just be quiet. Yeah, but if they're doing something yeah. [00:15:48] Speaker C: They're kicking your seat. You got to be like, man, at least you can hold his leg or. [00:15:52] Speaker D: Jumping up and down. [00:15:53] Speaker C: She can't put her hand over his mouth. [00:15:56] Speaker A: No, you can't do that. But you can hold him down. [00:15:58] Speaker C: So you think the man was right? [00:16:00] Speaker A: Yeah. No, I'm sorry. [00:16:04] Speaker C: A woman could do that, especially another mother, because it could have been a young mother. [00:16:09] Speaker D: Just like with the other thing, just like with the other scenario we just gave, if it was a woman can say something a woman has, like woman to woman, you could do that. Man can't say anything or shouldn't say shouldn't. [00:16:23] Speaker C: I wouldn't say anything. [00:16:24] Speaker D: And it was probably turn my headphones up. [00:16:27] Speaker A: They kind of pushed everybody because he. [00:16:29] Speaker C: Shouldn'T have said nothing. [00:16:30] Speaker A: He was loud. But yeah. And as a woman, I would like, hey, is the baby okay? Well, that's completely different than before. I kind of go off like, all right, you need to shut it the hell up. [00:16:41] Speaker C: Why would you tell a baby that? [00:16:43] Speaker A: I'm not telling a baby, telling a mother. [00:16:44] Speaker C: But what if the mother really has done all she can do? [00:16:47] Speaker A: If I can see that and she like, just you don't know that they were around. They were like, Right. Just how we are. That's how they were. So if I'm like this and I see, like, you're trying everything you could, I'll have more patience, because I actually see you trying. But if you're just sitting here like a baby is going to be a baby, and I get that, like you said, you can't control when a baby cries, but give a baby a bottle. Try to soothe this baby, because there's something wrong that this baby is crying. [00:17:18] Speaker C: Okay. Now, this is why I say you shouldn't say anything because you don't know what's going on. Now, let's say the baby is crying uncontrollably for 45 minutes, and you go to this person, say, get your baby, or whatever. [00:17:32] Speaker A: I'm not going to go out. [00:17:33] Speaker C: And this person just tells you, I just got the worst news of my life. I'm, like, stuck. [00:17:41] Speaker A: Then I'll hold a baby. [00:17:42] Speaker C: You see what I'm saying? But that doesn't stop the baby from crying. That's why you shouldn't say nothing, because sometimes you don't know what is going on. [00:17:50] Speaker D: Not even near to knowing. [00:17:51] Speaker C: No, you don't. Before you rush to a judgment, because, like, that within just in the confines of relationships, sometimes we rush to judgment with the littlest of information, not knowing the full scope of things. So you're better off just kind of reserving it. Sometimes you need to wait. [00:18:09] Speaker D: Yeah. [00:18:10] Speaker C: Sometimes you should wait a little bit. [00:18:12] Speaker A: Okay. [00:18:12] Speaker D: I could agree with that. I think that's an amazing point right there. [00:18:16] Speaker C: Yes. [00:18:17] Speaker A: So there's a double standard. [00:18:19] Speaker C: There's always been a double standard. [00:18:21] Speaker A: Yes. And I hate it. [00:18:23] Speaker C: I wouldn't want to live in a world without double standards. [00:18:25] Speaker A: Why not? What double standard do you like? [00:18:28] Speaker C: I like women have double standards. [00:18:31] Speaker A: I mean, like, what double standard do you like that you like double standards? [00:18:35] Speaker C: I don't know if I have one in particular I like more than the other. But I understand there are some things men can do that women can't do or shouldn't do. [00:18:44] Speaker D: And then there's things women can do. That men shouldn't do. [00:18:47] Speaker C: Yeah. That men shouldn't do at all. [00:18:49] Speaker A: Right. [00:18:50] Speaker C: Like, you could come in here, dress like a boy. I should never come in here, dress like a girl. [00:18:54] Speaker D: Double standard. [00:18:55] Speaker C: So completely double standard. Same outfit. [00:18:58] Speaker D: Yep. [00:18:59] Speaker C: Like, I saw a no, no, not necessarily you, but I saw a picture from Halloween of Gunna and Rihanna, and she was dressed like Gunna. Same outfit. It looks like a woman's outfit. But Gunna could not dress like Rihanna. He can't. Okay. [00:19:25] Speaker D: Like, even with the. [00:19:29] Speaker A: These two guy friends anywhere white. But they dress like Taylor Swift and Travis. [00:19:36] Speaker C: Two guys? [00:19:37] Speaker A: Yeah. [00:19:37] Speaker C: That's a cry for help. [00:19:38] Speaker D: Relax. [00:19:40] Speaker C: I don't feel like guys should ever dress like women. [00:19:43] Speaker D: Relax. [00:19:44] Speaker C: Even in movies. [00:19:45] Speaker D: No, they shouldn't. [00:19:46] Speaker C: Why would he do that? [00:19:47] Speaker D: Why would he do that? There's nothing even it was funny. [00:19:54] Speaker C: That's a long way to get a laugh. I need millions of dollars to come behind that laugh. I can't just do that for free. [00:20:00] Speaker D: I'm not doing that for free. [00:20:01] Speaker C: You think that's okay? [00:20:03] Speaker A: I mean, in that situation, I just thought it was, like, kind of picking fun and funny for how who are. [00:20:09] Speaker C: You picking at except yourself? [00:20:11] Speaker D: When you look in the mirror, you're. [00:20:12] Speaker C: Not taylor Swift probably won't even see that at all. And she probably won't even be amused by a man dressing like me. So I look like a man. [00:20:20] Speaker A: Yeah, he was taller than whoever was supposed to be. [00:20:26] Speaker C: I think that man is out of line. [00:20:28] Speaker A: Oh, wow. [00:20:32] Speaker C: But double standards, I think keep standards equal, and it gives everybody a role. Because people need roles defined. Yeah, we need some roles. We need some this needs to be this way. [00:20:46] Speaker D: Take it a step back. I saw a video of a Halloween video. A parent that their child's favorite movie was Frozen. [00:20:56] Speaker A: Yeah. [00:20:57] Speaker D: I remember see the video where they allowed their child to dress up as Elsa was a boy. [00:21:02] Speaker A: A boy? [00:21:02] Speaker C: No, sir. [00:21:03] Speaker D: Would you be okay with that? Because I said, oh, no, I wouldn't. [00:21:08] Speaker A: I couldn't do it. [00:21:09] Speaker D: But you're the same person who just said it's okay for this man to dress up as Taylor Swift. [00:21:14] Speaker A: No, because he was actually picking fun. This child is actually wanting to be. [00:21:20] Speaker D: In a princess dress. [00:21:21] Speaker A: He wants to be a princess. [00:21:23] Speaker C: I blame the parents. [00:21:24] Speaker A: And it's kind of like you're, but people do what they want to do. [00:21:29] Speaker C: No. Well, I have a problem with it, probably. Even if it was a dog. Yeah. [00:21:37] Speaker A: I wouldn't like the silence was. [00:21:41] Speaker C: I think parents overindulge in what they think their kid likes and turns it into something else because the kid don't instead of just letting a kid have it. Yeah. And if that's his favorite character, he doesn't need to dress like his favorite character. That's wild. First of all, why is your son watching Frozen like that? There's a lot of good Disney's movies. Yeah, I grew up on traditional Disney movies. [00:22:07] Speaker A: Like what? [00:22:08] Speaker C: Homebound. Regular Mickey Mouse, Donald. Just regular good old just hit each other in the head with the hammer, run across the of. That's what we need to get to. [00:22:19] Speaker D: I don't need we need to go back to. [00:22:22] Speaker C: Yeah, but just like Disney. Disney had, like, great movies. The shaggy dog. I'm aging myself. Parent Trap. [00:22:31] Speaker D: Parent Trap. [00:22:34] Speaker C: Just make a good wholesome movie that. [00:22:36] Speaker A: We can cartoons animated. [00:22:39] Speaker C: Yes. How old is this boy? [00:22:41] Speaker A: He's like, what, five, six? [00:22:43] Speaker D: No, he's like six. [00:22:44] Speaker C: No, that boy, he can't make no decision to dress up like no girl five or six. [00:22:47] Speaker D: It was like, yeah. We decided to let him know his own. [00:22:50] Speaker C: That's the problem. [00:22:51] Speaker A: Yeah. [00:22:53] Speaker C: That's a double standard. You don't think nobody judging that little boy dressed like a girl? [00:22:56] Speaker A: Yeah, of course. [00:22:57] Speaker C: But a little girl could have came dressed like the LeBron James and put a beard on and everything, and it'd been just cute as it could. [00:23:04] Speaker D: Yeah, yeah. [00:23:05] Speaker A: Like, oh, she's LeBron. [00:23:06] Speaker C: Yeah. Or I'm Steph Curry. But no, the other way. [00:23:09] Speaker D: No, I don't live we live in a world full of double standards. [00:23:13] Speaker C: Yes. And people can't do what they want to do. I don't know what's wrong with people. [00:23:16] Speaker A: How you gonna say that? Right. [00:23:18] Speaker C: I'm telling you, everybody thinks they can just do what they want to do. [00:23:21] Speaker D: It's the world we live in. [00:23:23] Speaker A: But we made it that way. [00:23:25] Speaker D: I did I think it's a bunch of people who did not like how their parents raised them. So they go, well, I'm not going to do that to my child, and I'm not going to control my child, and I'm not going to this, and I'm going to let them do what they want to do. Thus, as is when I get well before my years prior, just the amount of kids that can go home and say what the teacher said, I dare not have gone home and told my grandmother that this teacher don't like me. [00:23:55] Speaker C: My grandmother wouldn't believe that. My mother wouldn't believe it. No. [00:23:59] Speaker D: Now parents run up there. [00:24:01] Speaker C: Now you believe that. [00:24:04] Speaker A: I don't believe it either, because my children always come home, but I know my children at home. [00:24:08] Speaker D: My kids don't get in. I haven't had to deal with that. So I don't know. I don't know what that's like, because none of my kids have been in that issue where they're getting a bad grade and their answer or a write up or anything, and the answer to me is, what happened? The teacher just don't like me. [00:24:27] Speaker A: Yes, exactly. [00:24:28] Speaker D: I haven't had that answer. [00:24:29] Speaker A: That's my youngest, and she's an AB student, and she just has a smart mouth, and I know because she's like that at home. And I've only got one phone call from her band teacher, and he was like, oh, my God, I'm so shocked at her behavior. And I'm like, I am not shocked. I'm just shocked it took this long. [00:24:48] Speaker C: Really? [00:24:48] Speaker A: Yes. [00:24:50] Speaker D: But now you got parents who will come, and instantly it's the kids side in defense of when they just need. [00:24:57] Speaker C: To kind of need to hear the. [00:24:58] Speaker D: Whole story when they need to hear the whole story as adult to adult rather than hearing from their child. So I can get how people believe how people feel like they can do anything because they kind of in this recent generation have come up, everybody gets a trophy, so I can do whatever I want to. [00:25:19] Speaker C: I just had a recent thing with my nephew in school in a fight, and his story, he was innocent, of course, but the video, you wasn't even yes, you wasn't even in the frame. You come running in the frame like you the hero. He was like, oh, yeah. I was like, yeah, that's you running. Oh, okay. Yeah. Took a nice little punch there. [00:25:49] Speaker A: Oh, wow. [00:25:50] Speaker C: Coming in to fight. Hot. Okay, regroup. I say you regroup. You took a couple of cells back. He regrouped, set his base. He said he don't even know why they called him to the office. Don't know why they suspended him. [00:26:07] Speaker A: Like, E. He was like, Nobody was supposed to know I threw that hit. [00:26:12] Speaker C: Oh, that's you running. Nobody else is running. [00:26:15] Speaker A: Yeah. [00:26:15] Speaker D: And that's the first thing they go to, too. Straight to the videotape. [00:26:18] Speaker C: Yeah. [00:26:19] Speaker A: We live in a world with technology. It's so different than because back in the days, we used to be able to get away with certain things. I can't get away with it. [00:26:29] Speaker C: No, you could, okay? [00:26:31] Speaker A: Everything everyone has their video camera out. Life just ain't what it used to be. [00:26:37] Speaker D: You can't say you ain't did nothing when as soon as a fight happens, and I know this, everybody knows this. Everybody pulls out a cell phone. Everybody's recording. [00:26:47] Speaker C: Oh, yeah. Even the school is recording now. Even the school is recording. Yeah. And they need to and it's just. [00:26:53] Speaker D: All you see is all these phones. You can't even see the fight because there's so many phones out like this. [00:26:58] Speaker A: All of a sudden, everybody is working for NBC, and they trying to get. [00:27:02] Speaker D: Just to put it on Snap. [00:27:03] Speaker C: So you think this is about proof? Because in relationships, people want proof. [00:27:10] Speaker D: Yes. [00:27:10] Speaker A: We live in a world of yeah, like I said, yes and no. [00:27:13] Speaker D: Give me yes and no. Give me the yes is for the people with the yes that need proof. I think you should have proof before you act of whatever it is that you feel the infraction is. [00:27:26] Speaker C: So you need to open your case. [00:27:27] Speaker D: Up before yeah, you need to open the case up before now, some people, the women, they go on as if they take you to trial with no evidence. [00:27:39] Speaker A: No, I need evidence. [00:27:40] Speaker D: No, they take you to trial with no evidence, hoping that you will confess. [00:27:46] Speaker A: Well, yeah, exactly. [00:27:52] Speaker D: Men need proof. [00:27:53] Speaker A: Women don't, because men do live off of logic and facts sometimes. [00:27:59] Speaker D: Yes, facts. [00:28:00] Speaker A: I need the facts sometimes. But you also use that against us when we don't have complete, like, well. [00:28:10] Speaker D: You don't have your story together. [00:28:11] Speaker A: Not our story together. If we don't have all the proof, we can have, like, a little bit of proof. You would take them, be like, okay, yeah, I know that looks like me in the picture, but you asked me to go to the store, so of course I was going to be in that picture because I was going to the store. That's where the store is, okay. And it's like, it's true, because that is where the store is. [00:28:34] Speaker C: He wasn't supposed to talk to nobody while he's in the store. [00:28:36] Speaker A: I did go, yeah. And they can say, well, I'm not supposed to talk. They spoke to me. Well, I wasn't supposed to speak back. And so, like, you go in today sometimes as women, we do talk to them. We do talk to you all and try to get the truth out to see if you're going to lie. [00:28:55] Speaker C: Yeah. [00:28:55] Speaker A: No, if you lie, I know you okay. [00:28:58] Speaker C: Isn't the truth more important than if you're going to lie? [00:29:02] Speaker A: I mean, like, who said I'm lying? [00:29:04] Speaker C: No. [00:29:05] Speaker A: To get the truth out of you. I could just be asking questions. [00:29:07] Speaker C: You really confused me. But no, I'm not going what I'm saying is you're looking for to see. If he's going to lie or said person is going to lie, instead of just saying the truth, letting this person save their good quality lie, you want them to lie some more. Some more, to build something more when you could have just said, well, why are you talking to this person this long? Or, what's going like, you all know each other. You'll ask seven, was it raining out on your blue shoes? [00:29:41] Speaker A: Oh, wow. [00:29:42] Speaker C: Before you have the bread first no. [00:29:44] Speaker A: You ask questions like, did you get the proof first? So you went to the game with your homeboys. Oh, okay. Did so and so go to yeah. [00:29:53] Speaker C: But why are you waiting for the lie instead of just saying what it. [00:29:56] Speaker D: Is direct, like going right to whatever piece of proof or thought that you have? [00:30:01] Speaker A: Because I got why do we have. [00:30:02] Speaker C: To go through because everybody's going to lie at some point. [00:30:05] Speaker D: Why do we have to go through the dance? [00:30:06] Speaker A: I got to catch the minute catch what? [00:30:08] Speaker C: You asked the direct question. [00:30:10] Speaker A: I'm asking the question to see if you went somewhere with a woman, and I'm asking you a question. [00:30:15] Speaker C: Well, that's cheating. We're not talking about cheating. [00:30:18] Speaker A: Okay, well, we're talking about lying. I have proof that you went somewhere else. I don't know if you stopped by there before you went to so and so and so I might ask, but. [00:30:28] Speaker C: Why are you asking? You have to have some proof. [00:30:31] Speaker A: That's what I'm saying. If I have proof that you went to this party before you went to this place, to a party that you probably shouldn't have been at for whatever reason, based upon what? [00:30:41] Speaker C: Okay. [00:30:44] Speaker A: Or you told me that we probably were supposed to go to a party, and you was like, oh, I don't want to go, so I stay home. And you're like, oh, you're going to the bar with your friends, and then somebody snaps a picture of you at the party, then I'm as well. So you went to the party? No. [00:30:59] Speaker C: Well, why wouldn't you just present the picture and say, look, somebody sent me a picture, and it looks like a. [00:31:04] Speaker A: Chance to tell me. [00:31:05] Speaker C: No, you didn't. You asked a question. [00:31:07] Speaker A: Yeah, I asked a question. Did you go to okay, if you. [00:31:08] Speaker C: Was giving him a chance to tell you yeah. You shouldn't say anything until he tells you. See? Exactly. [00:31:17] Speaker A: He might tell you in two weeks, tell you everything. [00:31:19] Speaker C: He was like, oh, yeah, I went to that party and I saw Charlie there. [00:31:22] Speaker A: Nope. [00:31:22] Speaker C: You told me you're not waiting on him. You're asking a direct question, and that's the issue. [00:31:29] Speaker D: Yeah, that's what I'm saying. [00:31:30] Speaker C: If you have the information, why do you have to wait to see if someone is lying? See, that's sort of a game of. [00:31:34] Speaker D: Some sort and that they like to play. [00:31:37] Speaker C: Yeah, but you're trying to build a case instead of just trying to solve the problem lying. [00:31:43] Speaker A: Men be lying. [00:31:45] Speaker C: Okay. I mean, that's fair. People lie, but that's fair. [00:31:48] Speaker A: That is true. [00:31:49] Speaker C: That's fair. [00:31:50] Speaker A: Men lie, women lie. [00:31:52] Speaker C: Well, and I want to go on record of saying half the truth is a lie because women deal in the half truths sometimes. [00:31:58] Speaker D: But I told you that. No, I just forgot to tell you that. [00:32:04] Speaker C: And I do believe in most cases, men don't approach women like they're cheating. No, it's kind of like something like you ordered some stuff on Amazon, but you said you order eight thing and it was 19 things. So that's like a little baby lie, right? That's not a real lie because they don't have involve cheating, but women's are a little more towards what she was doing. Saw you grab my you. [00:32:34] Speaker A: I can't argue with that. I can't argue with it because I know so many women like that. I can't I have no defense towards that. [00:32:43] Speaker D: A couple of years ago yeah, actually. [00:32:46] Speaker C: A while ago, a while a couple. [00:32:48] Speaker D: Of years while ago, I was dating somebody. We was in the talking stage. We weren't even date yet. Oh, yeah, we're talking stage and we were talking about what are you doing? What are you doing? What are you doing? Like I'm out. [00:32:59] Speaker C: That's a lot of people's favorite question. What are you doing? Where are you at? [00:33:04] Speaker A: Where you at? [00:33:04] Speaker C: If you call me, why does it matter where I'm at? But, okay. [00:33:08] Speaker A: Where are you at? I'm in the bat cave. Go ahead. [00:33:10] Speaker D: I was like, I'm about to order some food. My eating, so I think I said I was going to order oh, yeah. I'm about to order like six wings or seven wings, something like that. [00:33:21] Speaker C: Seven? [00:33:22] Speaker A: Was this the dizzy story? [00:33:23] Speaker D: Dizzy, dizzy? No, not that. But there was a sale, so I got more because it was a sale. Okay, yeah, add them on. [00:33:35] Speaker C: Okay. [00:33:36] Speaker D: So when my food came, took a little picture sent to him. Yeah, it was good. [00:33:40] Speaker A: You had more food than she expected. [00:33:42] Speaker D: And attacked me and said, I lied. [00:33:44] Speaker C: About how many wings. [00:33:47] Speaker D: So you're just a liar. [00:33:49] Speaker C: Okay. [00:33:49] Speaker A: I was like, no, that she has issues. [00:33:51] Speaker D: I was like, all right, yes. And that was the last time we had a discussion. [00:33:55] Speaker A: Yes. [00:33:57] Speaker D: Seriously mad, seriously upset. I don't like liars. And you lied. [00:34:03] Speaker C: I was like, okay, and this is why you shouldn't be texting. That was woman behavior, sending a picture of your food. [00:34:12] Speaker A: He didn't send a picture of her. I thought you, like, posted it on Snap. [00:34:18] Speaker C: No, that's even less masculine. [00:34:21] Speaker A: Really? Yes. [00:34:22] Speaker C: Because we're not supposed to say things are g, so that's less masculine. [00:34:26] Speaker A: Wow. [00:34:27] Speaker C: Why are men taking pictures of food? That's something women that's something women started. [00:34:33] Speaker D: That's something women started. [00:34:34] Speaker C: Yes. [00:34:34] Speaker A: We should let women have that. [00:34:35] Speaker C: No, women do that. [00:34:37] Speaker A: No. [00:34:38] Speaker C: Why are you taking a picture of your food now? Just think about this. Because it looked good think about this. Who you think started that? Do you think a man really started that? [00:34:48] Speaker D: No, you don't not saying it did. [00:34:51] Speaker C: I'm just telling you it wasn't a man, okay? It was a woman. And men double standard wise. If you send me a picture of your food, I'm probably going to block you. [00:35:01] Speaker D: But I wouldn't send it to you. [00:35:07] Speaker C: Well, first, my thing is and if. [00:35:09] Speaker D: I go to a nice restaurant and there's some food that was and it's nicely plated. [00:35:13] Speaker C: You ain't even ate yet. [00:35:15] Speaker D: It's plated. [00:35:15] Speaker A: Well, I remember the picture you took of the pineapple that you made and. [00:35:21] Speaker C: They were trying he was eating alone. I cooked myself a pineapple. That's less masculine. Cooking pineapples with nobody. [00:35:31] Speaker D: I saw a recipe and I tried it. [00:35:34] Speaker C: What is wrong with that? [00:35:35] Speaker A: Especially when I nothing wrong with that. [00:35:36] Speaker C: Because it's a lie. [00:35:37] Speaker D: No, I watch. [00:35:38] Speaker C: That's the problem. It's a lie. [00:35:39] Speaker A: It is not a lie. [00:35:42] Speaker D: I would have told you if I was with somebody now. I would have told you. [00:35:47] Speaker C: No, you don't. You don't always tell me, so don't stop. I would have told you. No. [00:35:52] Speaker A: And the problem was, I understand, because you fed your boys and you were feeding yourself. [00:36:00] Speaker D: Yeah. [00:36:00] Speaker C: So why didn't take a picture of the boys food? Because it looked like mine. What are you talking about? They did not eat no pineapples. They did not. They didn't have salmon on a board. They didn't do that. That's not the truth. Like that. He liked nuggets. No, them boys like Nuggets and Tacos. [00:36:23] Speaker D: Will eat some food. He'll tell you, I want to expand my palate. That's what he tell you all the time. [00:36:30] Speaker A: They were younger back then. [00:36:31] Speaker D: They were younger. [00:36:32] Speaker C: But Mare is always something women do and men should let women have no. [00:36:36] Speaker A: He had two pineapples and one pineapple fed the kids and the other pineapple. I mean, like, he couldn't just get one because he had you're trying to. [00:36:43] Speaker C: Help yourself, but you're making it worse. [00:36:45] Speaker D: No, I'm not making it worse. She's not making it worse. It was the truth. [00:36:49] Speaker C: What? You froze the other half of the pineapple. [00:36:53] Speaker D: It was just me. [00:36:55] Speaker C: Let's get back to the truth. The truth? Men start doing stuff women start doing and then it carries over into their male relationships. You don't sent photos to a woman or friends or whatever 20 times. We drop this in a group chat. Why? [00:37:15] Speaker D: If I have not dropped that in. [00:37:17] Speaker C: A group chat you sent pictures of your food to men. [00:37:21] Speaker D: When could you put on Instagram? [00:37:23] Speaker C: Men. Look at instagram. [00:37:24] Speaker A: Yeah, when he put it on. [00:37:26] Speaker C: I shouldn't be forced to see that. Now I have to unfollow you. Why are you showing me food? [00:37:30] Speaker A: You are so sexist. [00:37:32] Speaker C: I probably am. [00:37:35] Speaker A: Why you stressful? [00:37:36] Speaker C: Why are you sending showing his creation? Why? [00:37:42] Speaker A: He's an artist when it comes to food. [00:37:43] Speaker C: No, keep that to yourself. [00:37:45] Speaker A: His creation. [00:37:47] Speaker D: Keep that to yourself. If I cook something that you need. [00:37:51] Speaker C: To be a chef, you don't need to be a regular person. [00:37:54] Speaker A: He was at one point. [00:37:55] Speaker C: No, he need to get the proper clothes and present like a chef. You look like a dude, man. [00:38:04] Speaker D: Shut up, okay? [00:38:08] Speaker C: I'm just trying to help men be great again, that's all. We got to get away from some of these ways and let women have the stuff. [00:38:15] Speaker A: So women should be the cooks? [00:38:17] Speaker C: No, men should not. Some things are reserved for women. [00:38:22] Speaker A: So us taking pictures is just for. [00:38:23] Speaker C: Us men taking selfies, that's for women. That's not for dudes. [00:38:27] Speaker A: So you don't like when men take selfies? [00:38:30] Speaker C: No, I would never like a man's selfie ever. [00:38:33] Speaker A: Really? [00:38:34] Speaker C: I don't care who it is. Now, if you're entertainment and that's something you have to do. But I'm just talking about regular comic. No, like, I'm out here, look at these Jordans. I'm the same Jordans everybody else got. Stop it. Stop it. [00:38:49] Speaker A: Wow. [00:38:49] Speaker C: If you ain't standing there with Michael Jordan, please don't do that. [00:38:52] Speaker A: Wow. [00:38:53] Speaker C: Or one of the Jordans. [00:38:55] Speaker A: One of Claudia jordan. [00:38:56] Speaker C: Any Jordan. [00:38:57] Speaker A: So how do you feel about a guy taking a picture of his whole outfit before he go out? [00:39:02] Speaker C: That's wild. That's wild. To me. That's saying you're not happy with yourself. [00:39:08] Speaker D: That's what I would say. [00:39:09] Speaker C: You're not happy. Why do you seek other people approval? [00:39:13] Speaker A: Well, maybe it's not seeking approval. It's just like, hey, I look good. [00:39:17] Speaker C: And you know what else? It don't be fire. Maybe some regular old mid. [00:39:23] Speaker A: Don't be loud. No. [00:39:28] Speaker C: Why did you take a picture of that? Why? You should be doing something. Should be action shots, something just why, sir? [00:39:44] Speaker A: Now sometimes they'd be like this. [00:39:46] Speaker C: Yeah. [00:39:49] Speaker A: With the other finger. [00:39:50] Speaker C: Yes. And then it trickles down to even the drug dealers want to take pictures on the block. What kind of society do we live in? Is nothing no more sacred? You in jail taking pictures. [00:40:07] Speaker D: Did you see the jail dance battle? [00:40:09] Speaker C: No. [00:40:12] Speaker A: Foot technology. [00:40:13] Speaker C: Is was it a real, or was. [00:40:15] Speaker D: It like no, son, this was nah. [00:40:20] Speaker C: It was this week. [00:40:21] Speaker D: Yeah, it was this week. [00:40:22] Speaker C: That wasn't real. [00:40:23] Speaker A: But you know what? [00:40:24] Speaker C: Like I said, I was like this streaming dude that stayed in the jail for seven days, and they did all these different scenes and stuff. [00:40:31] Speaker D: You sure? [00:40:32] Speaker A: Kai Sanai oh, no, that's recent. [00:40:36] Speaker C: He's done seven days of streaming from a jail, and they had all kind. [00:40:40] Speaker A: Of enactments and scenes, celebrities doing it. [00:40:45] Speaker D: This one was in, like, a real jail. It was like a dorm area and that's it. No, it could be. [00:40:52] Speaker A: If he doesn't know he's an older gentleman. [00:40:54] Speaker C: He doesn't he don't get how the Internet works. [00:40:58] Speaker A: Yes, he does. [00:40:59] Speaker C: No, he doesn't. I almost guarantee it. That's what it was. [00:41:03] Speaker A: The fact that he's strolling though yeah, he knows exactly. [00:41:07] Speaker C: He saved it. [00:41:10] Speaker D: I saved it. [00:41:11] Speaker C: He saved it. Listen, man, it plays on Thursdays. Yeah. You have to be aware of what's going on in society and not get caught up because there's a lot of fake things out here. People report on that's. Older people just looking wild. Ask a younger person who is know. [00:41:31] Speaker A: My kids did not know who Jermaine Dupree was. [00:41:33] Speaker C: Why would they? They should they probably should stress me out. It's like who? [00:41:42] Speaker A: Like, I don't know who that is. Oh, my God. [00:41:44] Speaker C: But you gotta think he made his last hit was When They Were Born, wasn't it? [00:41:49] Speaker A: Yeah, probably Usher. [00:41:50] Speaker C: When was his last hit? [00:41:52] Speaker D: Listen, didn't he just drop a new album or no. [00:41:57] Speaker C: Has he ever had an album? Usher probably has songs. [00:42:00] Speaker D: Okay. [00:42:01] Speaker C: Or something. [00:42:01] Speaker A: But yeah, he has a song. He hasn't dropped. He's about to go on tour next year. [00:42:04] Speaker D: Yes. [00:42:05] Speaker C: And the Super Bowl. [00:42:06] Speaker A: Yeah, the Super Bowl as well. I tried to get into the show because I was invading. [00:42:12] Speaker C: Oh, no. [00:42:13] Speaker A: He added those two shows December 2, and it was out of my range. [00:42:17] Speaker C: I was in Vegas three, four weeks ago. The low end ticket was, like, 646 42. [00:42:28] Speaker A: But see, we didn't even get we were trying to go to the December 2 one sold out. No, it was $1,300. [00:42:35] Speaker C: Just regular seats. You're not even on the front row. [00:42:38] Speaker A: No front row nothing. [00:42:39] Speaker C: Just regular. [00:42:39] Speaker A: Just regular. [00:42:40] Speaker C: Yeah. I was like, yeah, I'll just listen to them on time. [00:42:43] Speaker A: Yeah. I'll go to the tour next year. [00:42:46] Speaker C: Yeah. [00:42:49] Speaker A: I'll make sure my screen is big and on the wall. [00:42:51] Speaker C: Yeah. Come on, you son. [00:42:54] Speaker D: That stage. [00:42:55] Speaker C: Let me see. [00:42:56] Speaker A: No. Yeah. That's not the cow guy. [00:42:59] Speaker C: Oh, no. It's not him, the cow guy. [00:43:02] Speaker A: You can kind of tell that it is. [00:43:03] Speaker C: Because it's like this in South Carolina. [00:43:05] Speaker A: No, because there's it says South Carolina. [00:43:09] Speaker C: We're listening to you. And delivered. [00:43:12] Speaker A: Oh is South Carolina department correctionals no. [00:43:15] Speaker C: I think this is a different advertisement on this. What is this? [00:43:18] Speaker D: On that's? On Facebook. [00:43:20] Speaker C: I'll see. I don't do Facebook. Yeah, that's just an advertisement. I was reading. It says South Carolina. Just because it says Duke. That's an advertisement. Is he deaf? [00:43:30] Speaker A: Yeah. Okay. [00:43:34] Speaker C: See, this is the kind of entertainment I don't indulge in not watching people staged. I was like, no, that could be staged, but that's probably not staged. [00:43:44] Speaker A: It's a simple fact that they be. [00:43:46] Speaker C: Posting, and that's the guard doing that's the CEO recording. [00:43:53] Speaker A: Listen, at this point, the men in jail have, like they live a life of luxury. [00:44:00] Speaker C: That's something I would never look at. [00:44:03] Speaker A: Listen, technology has unless I knew the person. [00:44:08] Speaker C: Okay. [00:44:09] Speaker D: As a prison dance battle. [00:44:12] Speaker C: And that's what tickles you. That's what tickles you. A prison dance battle. He was so elated. Like a prison dance battle. [00:44:19] Speaker A: No, it was funny, though. It's funny because it's in jail. [00:44:22] Speaker C: It's not funny. [00:44:23] Speaker A: Oh, my God. Why is it not funny? Broke people should never laugh. [00:44:27] Speaker C: No, you shouldn't laugh at that. No men dancing. [00:44:33] Speaker A: They're having a battle. They're in jail. There is never going to leave jail. [00:44:38] Speaker C: So what you're going to think after you get all hot and sweaty after the dance? It's going to be some debauchery going on. I'm not watching what leads up to the debauchery. Yeah, I ain't watching the foreplay. [00:44:52] Speaker A: No lockdown is locked down. [00:44:54] Speaker C: Yeah, it's locked down. I'm not getting into that. That's not the kind of energy I want to create on my algorithm. [00:45:01] Speaker A: Who is that rapper? I can't remember his name. He got caught. You all probably know who he is. But I guess he didn't realize that the surveillance in jail was going to. [00:45:12] Speaker C: Be oh, and some man like danced on him or something. [00:45:14] Speaker A: Yeah, he had him sitting on his lap and kissing. [00:45:16] Speaker C: I didn't see it. I definitely didn't see none of that. I'm not with none of that. Wickedness. I'm not with none of that. I didn't see any of that. CL Butler didn't see that. But I did hear, like, academics or somebody talk about it. I can't remember his I heard people commentate on it. I don't know. Yeah, I can't remember. [00:45:32] Speaker D: He did what? [00:45:33] Speaker C: Young Mike Stan or something? Some new rappers. I don't know. [00:45:36] Speaker A: He is a new rapper when he was in jail. I think he's currently in jail and he doesn't know that people we all see it. No, I did not see my for you page. [00:45:49] Speaker C: That's for you. [00:45:50] Speaker A: For you. [00:45:51] Speaker C: My TikTok. Oh, wow. I don't have a TikTok. [00:45:54] Speaker A: Yeah, we know you indulge in TikTok. [00:45:58] Speaker C: I don't want to have to master another medium, so I leave TikTok alone. [00:46:01] Speaker D: Just kind of instagram. That's it. [00:46:03] Speaker A: You don't even do instagram. [00:46:06] Speaker D: He doesn't post. He be on there. [00:46:07] Speaker C: But I watch some dwarves. Don't say it like that because that sounds weird. [00:46:12] Speaker A: How does he live? I don't know. [00:46:13] Speaker C: It was like, on there. [00:46:15] Speaker A: No, he be on Facebook, too. [00:46:17] Speaker C: I don't. [00:46:18] Speaker A: Yes, you do. [00:46:19] Speaker C: I don't. [00:46:19] Speaker A: You have a Facebook page. [00:46:21] Speaker C: I don't have a Facebook page. I have a Facebook page. That was for the show. Now what I have occasionally done is gone to Facebook market to inquire something. But I've never actually been with no pictures. Only when we do a live show. [00:46:35] Speaker D: Yeah, only when we've done a live show. [00:46:37] Speaker C: No, I've never even searched on Facebook. I went to Marketplace, which is one of the greatest places ever. [00:46:44] Speaker A: Yeah, it is. [00:46:45] Speaker C: That and Pinterest and Etsy and all those are great. [00:46:48] Speaker A: I love pinterest. [00:46:48] Speaker C: Yes, those are great places. You can get ideas, you can see things. But no, it's not on Facebook. Facebook, those are all tools for something else, not for other things. Perusing and catching up with old friends. So we were somewhere. I don't know how we got here. [00:47:08] Speaker A: I kept saying how technology is growing and there's a camera everywhere we turn. [00:47:14] Speaker C: Yes. And men need to let women have some stuff stop trying to do what women do. She did it. I can do it. No, you cannot. [00:47:22] Speaker A: Really? [00:47:23] Speaker C: Yes. And this doesn't apply to anybody in this room. None of our real lives, none of our relationships. And I'm going to say something very controversial here. This might even get me in trouble. This might even get me talked to at the ready. [00:47:39] Speaker D: Go ahead. [00:47:40] Speaker C: Women need to let men have cheating. Give it back to men. Y'all are better than that. Women out here trying to cheat. You look dumb. [00:47:51] Speaker A: Turn that off. [00:47:53] Speaker C: Oh, I got holes. No, you don't. You look dumb. We talking about you. [00:47:57] Speaker D: I got a roster. [00:47:58] Speaker C: Yeah, no. [00:47:59] Speaker A: Okay, you can talk. [00:48:00] Speaker C: It doesn't work like that for women. Double standards. [00:48:03] Speaker A: I could be friends. I don't care. [00:48:05] Speaker C: Okay, that's cool, but that's a double standard now. [00:48:07] Speaker A: That's the old life. [00:48:09] Speaker C: Your old life. No, not you. This don't apply to none of us. [00:48:12] Speaker A: It apply to nobody here. [00:48:13] Speaker D: Nick is reformed. [00:48:14] Speaker C: And I will say I'm going to tell you somehow a man cheating. Should I say this? [00:48:23] Speaker A: Yep, go ahead and say it. [00:48:26] Speaker C: This is a random stray. But I thought this I may have said this on my Four Fabulous was a better rapper when he was cheating. [00:48:34] Speaker A: I've seen him, too. [00:48:35] Speaker C: Faithful fab. Faithful Fab? He don't even rap with me. What is this guy talking about? [00:48:40] Speaker A: I saw him at one music festival. [00:48:41] Speaker C: Did you? [00:48:42] Speaker A: Yeah. [00:48:43] Speaker C: I'm not saying he needs to cheat, but I really enjoyed his music a little more vigorous. [00:48:50] Speaker A: I wasn't impressed. [00:48:51] Speaker C: Okay. All right. Now he wearing flare bottom pants, and I don't get it. [00:48:58] Speaker A: He need to get back to the big a lot of people big jerseys. [00:49:01] Speaker C: Whatever he was doing, maybe it ain't cheating. Maybe it was the big jerseys. Something. Get back to that, because I'm thoroughly not enjoying this. But, Nick yes. Double standards. Women give it back. Y'all sound crazy, and women say it, like, so. Cool. [00:49:15] Speaker A: Now, what I will say is I don't like the whole bragging about it. [00:49:23] Speaker C: Men hate when they do it to them, or you all hate it when it's done to you. Hush a roster. Keep it cute. Roster. What? [00:49:32] Speaker A: Keep it cute. [00:49:34] Speaker C: You got nine men and they don't equal up to one. [00:49:39] Speaker A: And what my mom used to say, you have a wet ass in dry pockets. That's not cute. [00:49:45] Speaker C: I'm not co signing that because I did not hear your mother would not say, you are liar. Nick, your mama didn't say that. She had to tell me that personally. No, and she would not tell me. [00:49:56] Speaker A: That she never have a dry pocket. [00:50:00] Speaker C: Neek, now you're doubling down. [00:50:02] Speaker A: No, I'm not. [00:50:02] Speaker C: Yeah, you said, Get us out of here. Do something. Your mother don't deserve that it's too close to Mother's Day. [00:50:13] Speaker A: You know it's not. [00:50:15] Speaker C: It's always close to Mother's Day. [00:50:16] Speaker A: No, it's not at all. [00:50:18] Speaker C: Okay? All right. I tried. [00:50:21] Speaker A: You didn't even try. [00:50:22] Speaker C: I tried something you could have said. [00:50:25] Speaker A: A holiday. [00:50:26] Speaker C: Yeah, okay. You think she want to give Thanksgiving for that? No, Nick, that's not what she wants. Quoted her quote as you don't know her. I can just imagine. [00:50:40] Speaker D: Go ahead and take us out, Nick. [00:50:42] Speaker A: All right. Well, thank you all for listening to the show. It's your girl, Neek Cruz, CL Butler. [00:50:46] Speaker D: And your boy, youssef. And we're out. [00:50:48] Speaker E: Thank you for listening to another episode of Relationship Status. Remember, you can catch us on Itunes, Google Podcast. iHeartRadio spotify Pandora, amazon Music, nobody grinds like us. And anywhere you listen to your favorite podcasts if you would like to join the conversation or leave us a Dear Neek, email us at relstat [email protected] or call us at 433-10-8637. Follow us on Facebook at Relationship Status podcast on Instagram and Twitter at re lstat podcast. 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