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July 25, 2022

Hip Hop Chicken

Hip Hop Chicken

After taking a week off during the heat wave, the boys are back to discuss Jennifer Lopez, Politics, Sports, financial advice and of course, chicken!

Topics Discussed:

  • Bennifer ties the knot
  • J-Lo or Jeter
  • Why do Chinese restaurants only give you 4 chicken wings?
  • Why is Joe Biden's approval rating so low?
  • Leaked audio shows NBA execs admitting that they do not want any beef with China
  • Britney Griner situation
  • Is the NBA a political platform?
  • The first Latin Verzuz battle
  • Is Jimmy Kimmel quitting late night?
  • Bodega Boys Desus and Mero break up
  • DJ Premier drops new music
  • Vince Mcmahon "retires" from the WWE. Is his legacy tarnished?
  • WWE back to rated TV-14
  • Why are athletes so much more superior, but the sports so much weaker?
  • Black Panther

Referenced Links:
Leaked audio shows NBA execs admitting they - 07-21-2022 (prosportsdaily.com)

Vince McMahon may have retired, but he hasn’t relinquished his power - Sports Illustrated

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Transcript
Jeff:

Damn near 100 degrees every fucking day this week. Yo, kilometer, but it's barbecue season man.

Anthony:

Which and stupid so stupid to me. Why like why do we want to book in 100 degree weather?

Jeff:

You know there's no point in being outside unless you really but if you're gonna be outside and you're gonna be if you're gonna be grilling chicken is a must. Am I right? Yeah, it's my hot dogs is cool and burgers is cool but no chicken is a goat

Anthony:

chicken is because you know everybody eats it because some people don't eat beef or they eat chicken. If you don't eat chicken or beef, you don't really need to be at a barbecue. You don't need to be there. I was just joining company, but that's really it. Seriously. I hate people coming to like, they come in want to bring like, can I put my veggie burgers and grow? No maegashira home and bring it with you like no Hell no. Meat? No.

Jeff:

Just give me that hip hop chicken man.

Anthony:

Fuck It's hip hop.

Jeff:

But yo, just chicken just good chicken.

Anthony:

When the Chinese button facts did I ever ask you should they hit your soul? But my chicken with theory? No. Like you order things from the Chinese. Right? Correct. Why did they come up with a number for like, it's always number near with people they always give you full right? Why?

Jeff:

Because I think because I think and they try to just stuff as much shit as they can. And that one universal Chinese container. That foam white shit. So far is the most you could stick in their babies trying to stuff that shit and then like, like if you order rice to do stuff to share with as much rice as they can. And then they put the four chicken wings on top of it. And then they close it and staple that shit. And

Anthony:

I'm like, why is it like university? Always forced not three? Not five.

Jeff:

Because they can't fit more than they can't fit more than four.

Anthony:

They should probably try it. Yeah, you're right. You might be right that boxes. I always hate a little flimsy box because it was only one time he's like you couldn't keep the shit. Like if you microwave it burn up in your microwave. It's just stupid.

Jeff:

Yo, this is episode 103. I'm Jeff I'm here with my man. We apologize for not doing the show last week. It was just a lot of shit. Fuck that motherfucker was complaining. We coming back a crew member those people brought like on Twitter was like Yo, what episode

Anthony:

shit to do like, like I'm saying for entertainment. Like you're paying and you're like, where's the episode? It's here now is here. I'm glad you're happy. Glad we're back.

Jeff:

Here and now. Live in the now but yo. A lot happened in the past week. Shout out to one of our culture crew members Tosh. who celebrated her 32nd birthday.

Anthony:

make good choices. Shout

Jeff:

out. My son Angel turned five.

Anthony:

Definitely make good choice weak. Math this.

Jeff:

This dude looking like a 10 year old out here.

Anthony:

Yo, can you better get him throw it out for kindergarten? is gonna be a mess, man. I don't know if

Jeff:

60 pounds. I see all the kids that are like seven or eight years old. I actually apparently you know how much your kid were like 5055 I'm like damn, dude is 60 pounds, bro. That's what my back we heard

Anthony:

bullying last kids. Give me the blue crayon I want thank you.

Jeff:

Run this ship. Run your kicks to

Anthony:

go to school and boy to violent shit.

Jeff:

I like that spider man. bookbag running

Anthony:

around with your mother give me another one. Fact

Jeff:

what else happened? Oh, Jesus. And Mallory wanted to talk about this because Jesus and mero broke up. Well, actually, I wanted to talk about it. Because they broke up and I'm curious like which one of the two is gonna like, make it you know, I'm saying there's always one that has like a plan already. Like I fuck this. I don't need to be in his crew no more because I got this deal on the side and I'm about to sign.

Anthony:

I think they're both going to be successful in their own right. I don't I don't know how to call it though. I don't know what they're gonna do. Like, I know that Jesus is hosting a few episodes. Not Jimmy Kimmel was the other way guy who the other Jimmy Jimmy Fallon. Jimmy, Jimmy Fallon took the summer also had guest hosts during the thing so I think he's gonna be hosting that I thought, Miro doing Jimmy Kimmel. Pretty good on camera.

Jeff:

I think Jimmy Kimmel is leaving. He's not even doing his shit. No more. They have like a rotating guest host now, I think for the summer. Yeah, but he's thinking about like quitting.

Anthony:

I mean, come on, man. Nobody wants to be Carson man. Number one do this for 50 years. So a lot.

Jeff:

A No. Would you? I mean, the past if you haven't funded that shit every night. That's a nice little gig bro. Just show up every night for a couple hours. That's some dope guests on the ship, make some jokes and then walk and leave bro and make millions of dollars.

Anthony:

But it's like you want to show up? It's like you have production meetings. Like this night after night after night. Like yeah, host this do that.

Jeff:

I guess it could get tiring.

Anthony:

I mean, it's a career out of it, but I really want to do it forever.

Jeff:

Shit if Desus and Mero can get on one of them late night show that shouldn't be dope. Now American already for that was shout out to the bodega boys, man. I'm excited about it because now that opens the door for us now we're the only Afro Afro Latino duo left.

Anthony:

If 1000s upon on the podcast, I'm pretty sure that we're not the only Negro Spanish company out there.

Jeff:

We're the closest thing to Desus and Mero, a Dominican and a black man. They know there's nobody else doing

Anthony:

it. Be careful. I'm gonna get broke up like anybody close to their ears. Yeah, but he did it for years that we end up tonight. Because like I knew about them before they did. They were like on YouTube. Before that they were doing a bodega boys podcast on on SoundCloud. He's listen to him every week. And I'm sure it's just been like two and a half hours. And they would just go and wouldn't be no listen schedule. They just just start riffing on whatever's going on the life then it was they did the thing on Viceland then it ended up on Showtime going before that, I think there's all complex so they they've been at it for a while, I think the what I'm reading is that the issue came down to their manager. And apparently the man's like treating the people in the staff like just wrong inappropriate perimeter start with an asshole. And they pretty much like try to ban him from coming to the set or being involved in things involved in the show. And this is like I agree with that. But that's MIROS man to like, lawsuit over everything. So that's from that from what they're describing. That's where the riff came between them too. Which is super weird, but

Jeff:

I don't know I think signing a deal to showtime was probably a gift and a curse it's probably the most money they've ever seen in their lives. But at the same time I think the the interest their interest left when they signed it you know, I'm saying if that makes sense. Like obviously you're not promoting yourself as much anymore because you don't care you're making the bag that's all up to show time now to market you. You know I'm saying it made it harder for people to find you especially if they don't have like cable or if they don't have the Showtime app or anything like that. Yeah, but

Anthony:

it was everywhere. I don't know. It was doing books and with shows. They still had the podcast going like there was always always grinding away. It's just weird to see it like you know what? It's not really that weird not to think about it. Because I thought Joe Rogan malls are gonna rock forever. Hey, workout either. This. Business comes between things in business generally how things fall apart. Monday is Monday. Monday is the root of all evil and apparently money focus up. J JLo. gets married again. Congratulations.

Jeff:

She now has more rings than her ex a rod. She has more rings then. Hall of Famer Derek Jeter. She has more rings in Kobe Bryant Hall of Famer recipes. She has more rings than LeBron James

Anthony:

loves to put into perspective and athleticism but two different things that one will want to marry whoever when people get married time, let's tell us they get married. I

Jeff:

mean, I guess she released a statement online or whatever. And it looks like she might have changed her last name for the first time now because she signed it Jennifer Affleck. So my question is what is the over under? Or the length of her relationship with Ben? As I say five years? I

Anthony:

think this one sticks. That's it finally is the sticks. Because everything else seems weird. Like at this point, like not even Sam looks why's that? I mean, I should that matters. I think she went through it before we've been they know each other. He is like a Hollywood guy, but not really like you don't see him in the mix all the time like that. I mean, he was in the he's an actor. He's a director, he stays with his family. That Kinder interjected everything is fine. So I mean, I won't stress out about it too much. I think I think it should work. I'm hoping that it works.

Jeff:

I mean, this is the longest engagement of all time. He proposed to her 20 years ago.

Anthony:

Yeah, and did it in a split apart, but I mean, things fall apart like kids later, a couple of marriages later Oh, and now your macro. And you figure you find somebody you're comfortable with and you're happy with and that you want to spend the rest of your life with and it works for them. I'm not I've never voted against any of her marriages. And like people make jokes about like, I never cared. Um, I'm legit happy for her. Like, not in a grandiose sense, like, you know, just loves happiness. Like no, I think she found Ben before they were just in different points of their life. Like said Ben had to go to his you know, substance abuse and dependency issues, his marriage and so on so forth. Like he had to try and eventually just had to grow and once we found that spot, they found that spot and I think it should be good to go but like I said, it wasn't even grandiose. We know what we're gonna I love you. You love me. Let's go get married at the partner like some ceremony whatever. party where people later, but now it's like, Nah, I love you. You love me. We're gonna go we're gonna be married. And everything gonna be all good. And that's exactly what happened. So I'm, I'm, I'm thrilled for them in our lives. I'm not gonna Bucha

Jeff:

Yeah, but if this one doesn't work if I'm home just calling it quits, I'm like, I'm just gonna be single. You know, I'm saying I'll date some guys in it, but that's like, at what point do you realize like shitting work? Does

Anthony:

anybody has ever been single? No, ever and that's the problem and and at this point in life in which you just turned 50 Like, do you really want to be like, on apps date and like I say it's a repair is a very particular circle. It's not she's not dating the regular Joe. She tried that. The dancer malfunction.

Jeff:

I'm saying she dated a dancer. She dated like a waiter or somebody. Like she's she's had a couple of some semi regular dudes. But for the most part is he is a list celebrities.

Anthony:

It's people that are aware and know of that life. Anything else wouldn't make sense. Like, everyone always talking that shit talking about you know, I did Jennifer Lopez. No, you wouldn't. Nobody wants that kind of scrutiny. Nobody wants to do that shit day in day out. Somewhere. You put on some shit. You think of flight and all sudden it's an ad paper like, ugly as outfit and

Jeff:

like your sleep. We're hoping to try and trying to really date the headlines this

Anthony:

year. I don't think she bought that. I think she wants to be with somebody like she won't be fucking around. I mean, it's important to kind of realize in this instance, I think she's happy with Ben. I think they grew. I think she learned I think he learned and this is like where you want to be. So that's exactly where they're at. Like, I ain't mad at him, like good for them. They deserve it. They've been through enough if they happy love, be happy and love shit.

Jeff:

But this is a relevant question that I'm asked and asked next, who you think has a higher body count? JLo or Derek Jeter?

Anthony:

Derek Jeter? You'd think so? See what Jennifer Lopez you're on tour. Stopping from place to place. You're an athlete, you're going from city to city. You learn to shoot up pretty much every night you want to. And basically it's 162 game like I could get some every single game every single night if I wanted to. Like what her you're doing tours you're doing like she's doing movies and shit like, you suck like seven months out a year doing a movie. She ain't got time you bullshit nobody can get have somebody slide through and do whatever and going about your merry way like you probably going to be with somebody because it's a taxing thing. You want somebody to be there for your stress there, Gina? I'm what may be Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota. I'm trying to think state that he might not know Minnesota has had the twins. He probably beat some Minnesota. Not not North Dakota or South Dakota. Where I'm missing is a lot. I'm pretty sure it's a lot. I mean, in our society, we glorify like male playboys more than female playboys. Because a female play bores horse so I hope not but was it

Jeff:

Oh, I know you want to talk about this? I had no interest in this whatsoever. The first Latin verses battle took place.

Anthony:

You're supposed to have some interest?

Jeff:

No. Because I don't know about these guys. You tell me who they were.

Anthony:

It was to DJ tunes in DJ Nelson. I think.

Jeff:

Like, it wasn't Looney Tunes. Yes.

Anthony:

Nick, I pull it up right now.

Jeff:

But let people know who looney tunes are. But still like there was no interest behind the show. There was no marketing behind it. Nobody knew about the shit. Now if you give us daddy Yankee versus Donald Mar tako Calderon assumption cool. You know I'm saying it was DJ Nelson and Looney Tunes, I guess. I guess they're prominent and you can't do that but he cared about it.

Anthony:

Like what I guess they prominent he's like, Looney Tunes.

Jeff:

Yeah, but they're not Yeah, but they're just they're not even the best you know the highest names in the genre. Like I told you Don Omar daddy Yankee Tango these type of people you know I'm saying

Anthony:

which I think they'll do eventually. But remember versus didn't start off with people versus start off with producers.

Jeff:

Producers I feel you but nobody even knew about it. I didn't know about it until you mentioned it to me so where was the marketing this shit Spanish radio stations or some

Anthony:

no doing the fucking All Star game you watch baseball my fucker all week all week. I watched Yeah. Who else watches me Latin people you watch baseball? That's racist. That's it coming online.

Jeff:

We took over two we took over their home. All your friends

Anthony:

have any kind of ethnicity? The majority of them who watches baseball

Jeff:

the only ones that watch baseball are probably like the rural off the boat Latinos Dominicans and shit I grew up watching it but to be honest, I really don't have that many friends that watch baseball like nobody really like it's just you like you like baseball you don't really watch party

Anthony:

162 games America others should do I'm not sitting out I'm not rolling my life around to watch the Mets know if other people have the internet and highlight reels I don't see fit for two and a half hours to watch fucking baseball game. I imagined like today because I know that they're going to do the Yankees play today.

Jeff:

Yeah, like around one one

Anthony:

at home. Are you gonna fit in that pack? No, actually, we're in we're in Baltimore just as fresh and hot in Baltimore. They're gonna send that hot pack that stadium with a little plastic assays and 100 degree weather that shit does not seem inviting.

Jeff:

It's hot across across the country so

Anthony:

I don't want to sit no hot at Stadium with no fucking shade and play 100 degrees in every state I don't like and then don't have idea fuck about global warming like I don't think y'all need any more proof but they're gonna try to Al Gore does he been he'd been talking about that shit for years, he still can get shit sorted out. And like, the whole thing is like, even when the temperatures high as fuck. You plan to buy an electric car?

Jeff:

Exactly. Fuck no. Especially with this inflation.

Anthony:

The Angola it was one car I don't know, I came in what company? It may it was an electric car commercial. So I should look fire like I had like a fingerprint reader and all the kind of shit like That's dope. Like, I want a car to fingerprint me like, hey, nobody's stealing it. Like you're gonna need my thumbprint. On my pinky or whatever the fuck I used to start imagining

Jeff:

I continue to I continue to pay for gas. I mean, gas is starting to go down now to again, sort of like for 2430. So it's down like 50 or 60 cents and what it was like a couple months ago, hi. I remember we was complaining about $3 being high bro, and actually went all the way up to five. When we started

Anthony:

trying playing by shit when I started on the phone and I'm saying that's $5 a gallon. I remember five I was with a

Jeff:

gas if you pay cash, oh, it's big cash. That's if you pay cash because the the places they'll charge you like an extra 1015 cents. If you whip out that credit. I haven't

Anthony:

I haven't used my car to pay for gas. And I would probably say 15 years. I'm doing it the way that it is like scamming chiton people car we just now know who don't know, I'm pretty. I've been I've been a victim and and that's why I said just keep cashing your car, especially gotta get gas like nah, I'm cool.

Jeff:

But yo, do you think this is why Biden's approval rating is at all time low? Because like the I mean, it's not his fault. Obviously, the gas price is worldwide type of shit. It's a it's a worldwide epidemic right now. This man's approval rating is the lowest of any president in US history. He

Anthony:

got elected at the wrong time. I guess right. And But doesn't that

Jeff:

seem to be always the case with Democrats? No.

Anthony:

I feel like that's always the case. The problem with Democrats is that they lack

Jeff:

like Obama, Obama gets elected. And we're like, oh, no, he has to fix all the shit that you know that Bush did or whatever.

Anthony:

You know what it is? Democrats lack aggression. Like Republicans say wild shouldn't do wild shooting every day. No Democrats do. They always want to act like we're the party of the people where they're kind respectful. And sometimes that shit don't work. Sometimes you got to get shaken. And that's one of the moments like if you got to enter, you gotta use your presidential executive order to get shit done, go ahead, get shit done. And we're gonna get you out, it's gonna get you out of it no matter what, but you still got to get the job done. So I'm not gonna do inflation. I don't know what to do with anything else. On top of that, I don't know what you want to do about this gas prices handling and COVID Like, he just got COVID. Again, you know, man, he's, he's double E's vaccine, double shot and everything else like that. So the chance that this show is contagious, if you got to that and still breaking through, and going down, not gonna die. But you run into the situation like that you're dealing with COVID and inflation and rising gas prices. And, you know, you still haven't kind of got the global market sorted out. And so Ward is fucking up with grain prices and trying to, you know, fucking up to enter commerce, nature of our society, it's a lot and to try to tackle all these problems at once and people keep keep banging on you. I mean, like I said, you can raise the rates and kind of lower the prices on things, but eventually, you're gonna have to pay that bill eventually. It's a lot for that man to do it. And I mean, I wouldn't want that job. I'd never want to be president no matter what people said when he was a kid. They can grow up the president shit. I don't want that job. It's It's a thankless position that can't make everybody happy. You're trying to. But like I said, you're dealing with a democratic force that is just self mandated to do better.

Jeff:

And staying on politics. This is actually a politics and sports story. You heard about the leaked audio shows the NBA execs admitting that they don't want no beef with China. You remember NS Kanter, former NBA player play for the Knicks amongst his freedom. He now goes by the name of Ennis Kanter freedom right. So he upset that the report says he upset the higher ups in the NBA when he called attention to human rights issues in China. And now there's audio proof of the stance league officials took. Tucker Carlson Tonight Show NBA Commissioner Adam Silver and others expressing concern over freedom angering the Chinese government. Milwaukee Bucks owner Mark Landry explained in one clip that China has taken a very aggressive stance that it will sever ties with the NBA if players are openly criticizing the country, the quote goes its business. So their view is, look, you want to be in our country, you want to do things. If you're gonna complain about us, you're not allowed, as we said, so what happens For the NBA is the NBA is in a box. Man Listen, between the shed and the Brittney Griner share, which still hasn't been resolved when the fact that the NBA become a political fuckin platform,

Anthony:

they never were, they tried to be an apolitical platform. They tried to focus on that try to focus on basketball, but they do think like basketball beyond borders. Like I said that the game of basketball is international. And the fact that you know, this is, you know, it's not just the country is like your business partner. Once you enter into certain agreements with business partners, there's certain rules that you have to abide by. This is one of them, you have to in any way shape or form if you want to continue receiving our money, our product well, I mean, like I said, even Yeah, like your uniforms, your basketballs, your, your sneakers, it's all made international to ship over here. Like like Nike producing all of this shit. Like they got to outsource it somewhere. And more likely, from a country that has ability to mass produce things like China. And once you enter certain business partnership with certain people, there's certain rules you have to abide by. This is one of them. Like that's why, you know, you won't see in us freedom playing anytime soon. Like even next one, we're gonna be in a blackballed list because that's how this shit goes. You do business and you do certain things. You gotta abide by those rules. This rule. They ain't gonna fuck with that. They're not over one guy. They're not pissing away billions of dollars. He is He not? Not that stressful. If you're if Kobe was alive, he said some. Maybe it's different because of his international impact, but him now we'll take Ellen, this one, that's exactly what he did. They don't care. It's fine. As long as they keep in check,

Jeff:

make the NBA. This is make the NBA look bad. I mean, people were complaining about the whole Britney grammar situation like, Oh, if you were playing, you know, if you were paying the WNBA women more money, she wouldn't need to be in Russia, trying to make extra, you know, ends meet. And she wouldn't be locked up right now for smuggling marijuana and shit like that. But at the same time, the argument is the NBA doesn't make money. So you can't pay these women as much as the NBA players. Because they're not bringing in the revenue that the NBA

Anthony:

is. You know, I'm saying a comedian named Bill Burr had an excellent point that everything comedy special was talking about. The reason that the WNBA failed, is because of like feminist, which is, when it's kind of a weird thing my thought about it kind of makes sense. Like, like, this is your shit. Like, like women should be in their 1000s 1000s do every show her face paint, it should feel like a fucking modern is like, Y'all don't do that. And this is why you're not bringing in revenue. And this is why you're stuck in a position that you are, or are Brittany maybe second position as she is. Now I'm pretty sure it cuts a little bit deeper. I think it requires a little bit more thought and nuance. But it's a valid point. It's like if that's your shit, like he like he was trying to get me before but the whole, you know, the Latin verses and so on so forth. The reason why they put on it because they figured Latin people like bad baseball, it's the perfect time to do it. It works. And the whole thing with that situation with them is like, you know, these are our business partners not really much that we can do. But the thing is like you know, the WB NBA been around for what 25 years about I think, and it was dope when it first came I remember I used to watch the liberty rights right early on to be a thing used to watch it but then like sit here you get tickets for the low like Like, like, if you're all really love and support these women the way you're supposed to go out and watch his games in the cities that they have like y'all should be filled to the rafters Josh. They shouldn't be blacking out things or just filling the lower bowl should be able to fill the place up and be able to watch enjoy the game you're actually going crazy lighting, like setting shit off and having face painting. Like you know what, it's like a soccer stadium. We're just nothing but loud noise and fucking cowbells and shit like that. It should be exciting in this snap is they have a lot of talented web players. I'm not going to say that they don't. But it's got to get a better product. And I think if the if the NBA can kind of support them in any way. And regardless of revenue, they should especially like, when the next TV contract comes up it might from what I'm hearing. The next NBA TV contract should be up to like $75 billion y'all can cut a check from here and there and figure this out, man, it just don't make no sense. Because Britney wouldn't be in the situation for what it

Jeff:

is WNBA players making as much money as me bro to player professional sports. Which ones which place somebody that making less than me? Do you want to switch places you want to hope you want to switch places?

Anthony:

I don't I can't see you and drown for a few months out of the year. I can't seem to drag you got you got shaved when you Harriers fuck. That's a lot. That's a lot. That's a lot one.

Jeff:

My name will be jawanda Man, fam.

Anthony:

You know how much hair you got to get off your body man. wax that little fan ever been waxed?

Jeff:

My wife tried to wax my chest one time this was the most painful shit I've ever explained. Yeah,

Anthony:

now imagine this shit everywhere it'll make no sense that I wear

Jeff:

some long sleeve with some long sleeve shirts. Alright with some Under Armour, tight pants and some long sleeve shirt so they won't see my hair he has to take a charge. I just have to shave my face

Anthony:

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Jeff:

the culture podcast dropped a new project what was it called? Hip Hop 50 volume one it was only five tracks they got Remy on there. Joey badass Rhapsody NAS is on there. Slick Rick Lou, when should is dope. You can never get tired. I appreciate for me.

Anthony:

I appreciate it. There's going to be more. Yeah, that this ain't gonna be like as volume once you can give me more that shit. Give me more artists and things like that. Like I think the thing that hip hop has always been well, this era of hip hop is missing. And I don't think it's like the young boys or the struer rap shit like that. I just think in all honesty, they dismissing you know, mixtapes like, that shit was like a core essence of hip hop because if you never heard of a dude, but you had a mixtape who said dude on said mixtape, you wanna hear more, so do remember, not started off as a freestyle that lob the barbecue wasn't a cut wasn't an album was anything else like that to something that was on something? Like they don't have that now. So we have someone going back to the essence I've been like, oh, it's like Joey badass I like Joey badass I love a lot more for premiere be of some different and having like, established well known artists do this with DJ Premier makes a whole lot of sense. So my challenge to do is in hip hop now it's like you know, either tweet or message or whatever get out premier like all these young kids, all the all the drill rapids and shit like that. Like, let's hear your over like a beat of one of the best producers in the history of hip hop. Like this is like your Proving Ground. Like let's see how good you are actually at this because you can do that Bippity boppity shit all you want over that simple as Ruby, can you do something with the pieces layered and textured that you really got to have the ear for it and flow with it? I'm interested in that but this was a good project. I listened to it plenty of times already. I really really liked it. I can't wait for volume to open as long as I need like eight nine cuts on volume two.

Jeff:

I don't know does it feel like the music is oversaturated now like, you know I'm saying every week is just albums upon albums is dropping his job is that you can't even keep up you can't sit and you know appreciate an album like back in the day where the ship came out. You sit on it for months. You just listen to it for months before the next project came out. And that was like every Friday on every platform. Somebody's dropping albums more Double albums coming out every week surprise albums. All it is mixtapes that I'm like, God damn, I mean, obviously there's a market for everybody, you know, there's the premieres for like art or old school heads, you know, I'm saying that's us, we grew up. And you know, you have the little this and the little babies and the baby, whoever for for the younger demographic, I get it, but the littles, but I feel like there's just so much content being put out constantly, that it's harder, just, you know, man, appreciate some shit because you got to move on right away to the next shit.

Anthony:

I think because they want to press against because it gives them the ability to make more money. I think what they really are missing is like, the machine like the like, the ability to have an a&r that works with you talks, talks through are at those sessions. So this should go that should go right now this put on anything, and I don't care like this. Alright, that sounds good. I was gonna play it. Because it's no longer based upon a billboard or record sales. Like basically, you want to get as many songs as you can on the streaming platform to get them in the streams as you can to make as much money as you can. So kind of the patience of it, it's kind of worn away. Now when you talk to your artists, you don't have that problem. Because when you are pretty much every song on your album is going to be charting one way or another. These dudes had to like have a song pretty much every week. And I mean, that's taxing and going on tour, and doing shows and doing podcasts and doing radio stations and that's missing the ability to mold and shape and artists to the way that they want to kind of go about it. It's it's we're missing that hip hop, we don't want to admit it. But the reason why it ain't the same what it is because it's got some some like you can go on like SoundCloud, YouTube, whatever you find somebody says like Meagles type B Drake Type Beat whatever type be like no don't make a Type Beat make your beat make make your sound like every reason why everyone sounds the same because everyone's trying to find a sound that fits this era like you don't have to do that if you produce produce that's why you know mustard does it that's why Mike Will Made It doesn't that's why hit boy does it nothing that's out there sounds like anything that hit boy does but you know we hear hit boy song because you know, he's he believes in the product that he's creating. I do just make sounds that sound like all this other shit. So everything sounds the same. And people like weird originality go. We can't help ourselves. We have a population that just eats that up and it's boring. That's what like I dog. I got Sirius XM Radio. I don't even listen to the radio. Like the stations that we're used to. It's purely either I'm streaming I'm streaming some shit off title or I am flicking through that shit because because this here's the thing it for me. I don't know about you, but it ain't for me.

Jeff:

Yeah, I got the I got a new whip. So you know they give you like the, the free few months or whatever it is of the satellite radio. So I've listened to that I listened to che 45 I listened to the LL Cool J rock the bills. And there's there's another one. There's like three, hip hop to the Rock the Bells though the LL Cool. J was the only one that really plays like old school shit. So they'll play 80s and 90s rap. The che 45 Pretty much plays everything but he likes to play a lot of these really showcase a lot of the young shit live no shit.

Anthony:

Yeah, and a lot of stuff that shady associates, right?

Jeff:

But every once in a while you hear some bullshit. I'm like, Yeah, I can't.

Anthony:

I would never heard voice that much ever. I'm like, go ahead, man.

Jeff:

But they let you guys eat like the people that we grew up listening to sway, you know, Sway in the Morning, he's on che 45 You know, you got like all these other DJs a little sees and whoever the fuck they got shows on Roxanne Shante. She got to show on the Rock the Bells.

Anthony:

You got to you got to be able to have a platform to support your older artists because the problem, the hip hop comes into, we don't treat hip hop like rock and roll. Like once you get to a particularly to hip hop, you just kind of old product in this like, this is why it's hard. I want hip hop to survive. And I believe that it can, but it always comes with an expiration date. And the Rolling Stones still on tour selling out stadiums. Now, if JC wanted to do that, he could. But your business interests lie elsewhere. So you're not going to do that even Nyes business interests lie elsewhere. Doing a whole bunch of other shit. I can Can I see can I see not doing some shit at six years old? Yeah. What do you want to? Probably not

Jeff:

because a lot of artists, a lot of artists that we grew up with they use hip hop as a as a stepping stone to go do TV shows movies, whatever you know, I'm saying they use that as

Anthony:

a point of hip hop is get the fuck out of poverty, right? What's the good bread man?

Jeff:

Like you say you know Bon Jovi, whoever the fucking Aerosmith fucking The Beatles they go on tour and they selling out stadiums, whatever. Whatever. but they're not using rock and roll to like, go make movies. You know, I'm saying, even though they come they might be in a movie, or they might do some, you know, but they this is the show they they about the music. There wasn't they didn't come into the game thinking like, Yo, let me do this rock for a couple years, get out of the hood. And then I'm gonna go to Hollywood, like they're not doing that.

Anthony:

Know what they're making this great music that it's that what happens is that it's timeless and it ends up in movies, right? In films and TV shows. We don't we don't talk about the Black Panther. We can like when you watch trailer, correct? Right. So this was a segue just went from the talking about fucking The Beatles to to black. I'm talking about that, that the ability for timeless music, because it starts off with Bob Marley. Right. Like I said, Bob been dead for a long time. But it starts off let's get together and feel all right. It starts there. Then it segues into kindred. I mean, that's in connection with him and Coogler because of the whole he did the whole black panther soundtrack before. But the way that it goes, like I said, you have we create certain things like they do know Kendricks. Alright, and it like, of course, like it's the anthem of protest. It's an anthem, everybody kept playing on the Black Lives Matter thing. And George for float protests matters. Now, so he's created a timeless song that's going to be in films, it's going to be in music that will you know, I'm gonna say taking the rest of life, but it'll pay for a bunch of shit. Now, the thing that you run across is that, you know, we kind of do that, and what I say, like, I'm never expecting any body from this generation. I started maybe Kendrick and Cole, I cannot say that about Drake, that I can see their music being in someone's film or someone's television show, like to have a residual pretty much for the rest of your life. They don't create timeless music anymore. And I'm gonna say that music has to be great, but it has to have something that just catches you. I remember. Um, Deadpool. The first one that came out and they played X go and give it to you. It works. Some things just click this ain't this is just happened to be wonderful. But it was a great fucking trailer. It was

Jeff:

Wakanda forever.

Anthony:

We got a whole slate lined up. Beautiful next two, three fucking years, Jesus Christ.

Jeff:

I think the no Blackhat is gonna be the system.

Anthony:

She's the only one. If they're gonna go with some kind of continuity. It's only one that makes sense, because that's the one that's in the comic books, too. So the thing is that they're going to have a black panther. Maybe not the Black Panther. But someone's going to take up the mantle of the Black Panther. And it'll probably be her. It's one that makes the most sense. He's still in the same bloodline. Same lineage. I wouldn't be

Jeff:

I'm just curious to see how in the movie they're gonna. What the cause of death is going to be like how they're going to you know, I'm saying say that he died.

Anthony:

They're gonna cry. I can guarantee right now when people see them moving on kradic Fucking so if

Jeff:

you didn't know pay, like some type of harvest to Bozeman like to do like, you know, I'll do something.

Anthony:

I think at the end,

Jeff:

yeah. I do a little montage for him.

Anthony:

Yeah, I think at the end, they'll do a montage at that. But I don't think anything else. Like the show mentioned him and glitches in the show in the movie itself. But I think they'll probably do it at the end as like a closing to him. Like, like, honestly, I think this might be the one one of the one Marvel movies that I can probably think of, that probably shouldn't have like, a teaser trailer at the end of it. I think it should just be like, you know, like, two, three minutes of people just paying homage to chat. We can call it a day like, like, like, I don't mind staying after for those teasers for some other shit. But the other shit that ever comes it's like three, four years down the line. And I think what he meant to the franchise and what he meant to Marvel and like always tell people to shit. Like when when endgame comes like it kind of matter that the first person that comes out is him. They could have brought it it could have brought out spider anybody the first person comes to that portal. Black Panther is gonna build some shit around him like everyone else in the contract. He's a new guy. He has a Gravatars people love it. People love the movie, it'll work. But when he had that there and that, you know, that sadly he passed away so young. That kind of changes the whole idea of everything. So I don't want a teaser. I don't want some encrypted shit. I don't want it lead into something else. I just don't want to pay homage to Chadwick one more time. Just so he can get the flowers he deserves and we can go forward from there. Amen. Miss him fuck.

Jeff:

Before before we go, man. I want to get your thoughts on Vince McMahon retiring from WWE. After 40 years he bought the company from his daddy and 1982 And after all allegations of sexual misconduct and he's paying off all types of women now he's retiring I guess maybe to save face or to quietly try to disappear even though we all know he's still gonna be in the back running the show, you know, I'm saying but now he's got his his daughter as the figurehead as you know, the person quote unquote in charge. Shit. It's an end of an era. I grew up watching this man on TV bro and WWE, commentating and being the boss issue. It would have stayed longer if you don't touch the women. Yeah. Like it's simply that he said don't touch the women.

Anthony:

Yeah, like you got to did it like you gotta did this until the day he died. Seriously? What? You got caught up with some bullshit, and it's not the time in the air for

Jeff:

definitely not there.

Anthony:

Is it the passing of? Yeah, but I think part of the problem is because of him. The product itself feels stagnant. You're never able to push people forward. That's why you keep bringing back Brock Lesnar. It's why it's not really seen because he has moved on and done other things. But that's why you pining for like like when used to walk around and shoot, shoot. He was like, oh, man, when is Undertaker coming out? Like, like still like six years old? Like you still want to smile. I'm gonna wrestle like, You got to breed new things. They got new stars. It's the whole thing. You have. You have reigns. You have Bianca BelAir. You have these guys. The funny thing is that now it's the opportunity that if I'm Aw, they look a little light. Now's the point that attack I don't know how but they should figure some shit out because this hearing it. The thing about Vince truly is is that he was always the owner started off as a commentator that he did the whole Mr. McMahon thing that that was interested in kind of fade into the background. But you always knew we saw certain choices and certain people being pushed. This is 100% events move. So Stephanie's first formal thing is that I'm hiring Triple H he's gonna be the head of talent relations, we're gonna figure this shit out. Because he did great things down there with the second brand. And you can do Yeah, you can do great things with this. Because yeah, I think him being a lifelong wrestler. He understands the ability to tell a story. There's no story. Like, isn't there a pay per view event next weekend? Yeah. SummerSlam what's the what's the fucking story? I have no idea. Exactly. Before was awesome. Through line like, guys wouldn't wrestle every week, you will always be some chips off will come out. Randy will come out Randy's madhok from messing with his wife, his wife will come out at the turn of the month. That will take weeks then they will have like, every week, you shouldn't have your top stars wrestling period.

Jeff:

Some of the storylines will take like years to develop, you know, I'm saying like long term booking is dead. There's no more long term booking. If you think about like the Bret Hart versus Owen Hart feud that was like years in the making, bro, like the big brother Billy and the little brother and the little brother being jealous of the Big Brother. And it was just building and building and building and you know, it's finally explodes now is like, Yo, you bump into somebody backstage? I'm gonna see you on Sunday at the pay per view. How dare you say you looked at me wrong? We got a fight like what?

Anthony:

Like, why are you running phase? I don't know you like it's too early for this. Like, why are you mad at me and the whole thing that they run into, quite simply, it's like, you may have a roster that's deep enough to actually tell long term storylines. A lot of ways to enter twine, a lot of things. Now, do you want that to happen? I'm asking you Do you want to go back to the the essence the long term storytelling thing? Yes,

Jeff:

yes. Okay. This is the reason why I got into it. I mean, obviously like I said, this era is different. So you didn't probably got to adapt to the era microwave era. You know, I'm saying everybody has ADHD nobody wants to sit down and concentrate on one thing right? So you know, we're probably never gonna go back to that but one thing that they did recently changes they went from peih Gee, they were they were PG for the longest and now they went back to TV 14 As of like a week ago whatever. So people are like oh, they bring him back to Attitude Era you know I mean, that's the that might that's the start you know I'm saying have a change. I'm not saying you don't cater to the kids, but you don't alienate your or your demographics like the people watching this shit are the people that grew up watching this shit

Anthony:

it's me you can filter the ass or billionaire I guess

Jeff:

because maybe she'll some blood every once in a while

Anthony:

right but but generally like just the weird thing to blood Julie happened on like pay per views. It was like a week to week kind of thing. Because I don't want to I don't want to watch them or subject to credit or something where someone bleeds every week, right? Like no like you don't have to do this. If there's like it was weird when you like the fact that no one bleeds and like a Falls Count Anywhere no holds barred match. Doesn't make sense. Like I can use anything. Anything to win this match. Now. Give me a moment. I don't want them going to the streams are awesome to my picks up the gun. Bit too far from my liking

Jeff:

where depends on the pay per view will take place in Texas or Florida.

Anthony:

They might sign up for that. I'm never gonna forget

Jeff:

it's a handgun match.

Anthony:

caliber. When stone was Stone Cold broke into Brian Pillans house and Brian Pillman pulled out the gun

Jeff:

that eats shoots and the screen goes black and like we'll see you next week like oh shit, and for a whole week we were wondering was he is he alive? Is he die with the right habit?

Anthony:

Can you do a plotline like that? Yeah, but can't nobody really gets shot. I don't think you need you know what? I think these guys are more advanced and more talented than they used to be. They don't need to subject themselves to like barbed wires and push pins and exploding shit. They really don't have to do this. Like I don't want to see fucking Roman Reigns doing that seems ridiculous. Like you'll start a company what having a barbed wire match? Oh, why are you in like an exploding rematch or whatever. Like, it should be more aggressive. Sure, but you gotta lead up to the professionals. The guys who are really good at this wrestling shit, you gotta lead up to, you know, like, AJ and set. Because they've been doing it for a long time. They understand how the rules work, where they can make it look violent without being violent. What led up to Brock. No, guys wait to fucking try and go knock someone's head off. But the thing about Vince is that, you know, that that that type of guy. It doesn't work. I think that's why NFC was so good. Because you had smaller wrestlers, like Vince is almost like massive men. You know? Paul's, but it seemed

Jeff:

that was the formula back in the 80s and I'm saying was all the steroid dudes. If you ain't if he wasn't a big 6566 do 300 pounds with muscles up the ass like you wasn't getting this championship vote. And then we have to the steroid scandals and shit. You know, Sandy had to start switching up to the smaller guys you know, I mean to say, but the small guys were more entertaining was more athletic. More high flying, there was more fun to watch.

Anthony:

But the thing with those guys, they had a limited time shelf. Yeah. Because you can only do that shit for so long.

Jeff:

Right? Hold colon click kick and do a punch, you know, and he's still doing the shit for 40 years,

Anthony:

right? Like I can't see Rick shades want to shoot ricochet doing 20 years from now? It just too taxing on the body? Like, why are you 50 years old doing moonsault and shit like that, like it's too much.

Jeff:

I just find it funny. I just find it funny that in every sport, not just pro wrestling, basketball, baseball. The guys are more athletic. Now. They're freaks of nature. And yet, for some reason, at least to me, sports have all been more watered down now. They're harder to watch. They're softer, they're weaker. We have the best athletes that we've ever seen in the history of sports in every sport, football, basketball, baseball. You know, fighting boxing guys are stronger guys are faster, they're more genetically superior than than any other athlete before them. We talked about LeBron James at 40 years old, still doing things that I mean, nobody has ever done. Like, these guys are freaks of nature. And yet for some reason these sports are couldn't be harder to watch for me. Like it's just not the sports that you know, I mean, we grew up watching and I know the young 20 year olds are gonna be out here just an old hair with the fact that you know, sports are just so much softer. Now. You know what I'm saying? And it's, it's hard to it's hard to understand this shit, bro.

Anthony:

You know what it is that the the problem with sports isn't necessarily the athletes problem sports is a sport is a sport itself. What I mean is that the stick football for example, bigger and bigger, stronger, faster. But the field hasn't expanded. Like the literal dimensions. Like I think the NBA should take their room up by like, six inches. Like make it 10 and a half feet not 10 Because it makes it legit harder, because you can't do anything about them being bigger, stronger, faster, you can change the dimension of the field that allows them more space like this will widen the court to create more space like football should make the field a little bit wider and a little bit longer to compensate for the fact that these guys are bigger and stronger. That if you give them more space, you can have more thing you can create a kind of competitive balance but with this I mean the WWE was always different because there was all guys like it was almost like maybe 510 No, see five. We're gonna go real though. Like 5% of guys that literally look like regular people like body wise. Like even a guy and like good shape. All of them are in excellent shape even like Ray Mysterio who's like five foot three is in excellent shape and he got in excellent shape. Because remember, he was going for one also he just came back all cut up and shit. Like, this room is here like Yeah, but with that we always gotta remember it's not really a sport. It's entertainment. And I think that the product has an entertainment because he's been redundant, like rain is going to be on top for a while. They're going to call out Brock, he'll be around for a while to he'll leave. It's the same thing. And I think that the leaving events is the end of an error. But it has the opportunity and the ability to open up something a hell of a lot more, because you have the now you can write your own rules. He is the chairman. But you're the CEO and think Nick Khan is the CEO. I think it might be Nick

Jeff:

Khan. Yeah. CO CEO him and Steph. Right. Yeah, the

Anthony:

ability to mold this company and take it for from this point for, like, say, as a shareholder is not much you can do like say your sub CEO. So you guys have ultimate control over this because you know, your father couldn't keep sticking his pants outside of that you can do whatever you want to. I want them to take into a new direction where they highlight the athleticism, they highlight the story, they highlight the things that made it more interesting. Do they even still have the icy belt

Jeff:

and are counted about Yeah, but I don't even remember who the champion is.

Anthony:

Right? That's what used to be important. That was my favorite of all time, bro. Because I see the notch below heavyweight. Like if you had an icy belt, you're gonna you're gonna go for the World Heavyweight title soon. I loved it though.

Jeff:

Not only that, the icy champion was always the best wrestler in the company. The Bret Hart Shawn Michaels you know, I'm saying the best performer in the ring had that belt because the heavyweight was, like I said was just a big strong steroid dudes that did two moves.

Anthony:

The Marxists right? You don't need it no more than one.

Jeff:

No, you can't because Vince do whatever he wants. Now he's, he might go to jail for that he paid not gonna go to jail. But he goes, we gonna face some

Anthony:

legal issues. He took a share of what he already paid to people. You got to pay more. I mean, he's a billionaire. He can afford it. But what's gonna do to the guy? He's retired. He's still a billionaire. The only one to hurt him so much. I mean,

Jeff:

tarnish his name, and you can cancel his movies. Well, Netflix already canceled the mystic Man movie that was coming out. So

Anthony:

good guy. He's still a billionaire. It's not changing shit. I love when people do that. It's like with athletes. The only people who give a fuck about legacy is us. They don't care. People complain about Kevin Durant. Kevin's going to make by Thomas cruise over over $300 million. What would they live by Thomas cruise over is going to make in salary only not counting endorsements. Anything else over $400 million. As a matter of fact, I need to play the lottery that should update with the 730 Jesus Christ. Yeah. I don't know what I would do with that kind of money. I think I think my guess might kill for seven $30 million. But yo, I'm guessing you would take the lumps on right now. You would stretch it out over 30 years. You're gonna leave it alone? Yes. Okay,

Jeff:

I wonder if I could put it under my son's name. If I could put on the my son's name. I'll do that.

Anthony:

Yeah, you can um, like when you die, it doesn't go back to the state. You can have it assigned to the estate. Like

Jeff:

you take that lump sum bro. You're basically forfeiting half of the money bro. Once they tax the shit. And all it is like that's not that's not smart. I mean, I guess if you're old or whatever you take it but

Anthony:

the fucker do you have $10,000 in your account right now? No. Now imagine how often you have your account but everything taken out you have $330 million. I'm cool with that young keep this shit

Jeff:

have a fiscal responsibility to my son Dolman. who just turned five you give him you give me a lump sum I buy this I buy that before you know it that's just gone. But you give me the annual payments or what a monthly payments for the next 30 years and we good and I put that shit on his name. He's good.

Anthony:

But you can't fuck that up like they couldn't you just one check. And that's it for the gear. Oh, you can look that up. You can fuck that up. Right but I'm saying let's say you're getting fucked the checkup like four months into it the other eight months you ain't got no

Jeff:

money. Minorities are known to fuck up money. Minorities are known. So seeing money and blowing it immediately. I have I had little I'm not trying to be a statistic but just give me that monthly payment or the annual payment. And we're gonna be living comfortable.

Anthony:

You can live a lot more comfortably with other shit. Trust me. There is there is no bad way. Let's say you give me $300 million. I'm only gonna have like $3 million in actual liquid cash. The rest is investments real estate.

Jeff:

But that's you how many people are gonna do that? They're gonna look at that money and I always say go buy a mansion. They gonna buy some cars and they're gonna take care of all the relatives and friends like hey, you get this you get dead before you know what that money's gone pear shaped

Anthony:

fuck them.

Jeff:

But I said, I said I said that's you. But the normal the average person, they're going to blow through that money. Who has no financial education? You know, I'm saying we don't know anything about it and they go and blow through their money. But if you put a cap on it, like look, you're only going to get this amount every month for the next 30

Anthony:

Is it like a mom you gotta make that should work? That sounds like a personal problem. Let me ask you, you get to like 730 Do all the deductions of the whole to give you a lump sum and it's up to like 310 me Dallas, but it's throwing out a random number right? What is the what is the first thing that you do?

Jeff:

It First thing that I do is I'm paying off all me and my wife that she and I'm paying off my parents or they share the house, whatever, whatever, so they could just live

Anthony:

chillin. Before you do that, what's the first thing you do?

Jeff:

I just told you I'm not gonna blow the shit do some stupid I might I might splurge a little bit.

Anthony:

Before we even do that, what is the first thing you should do? Celebrate? No screen would do that before you even do that? Like, like, You got no money? What is the very first thing that you do?

Jeff:

I don't know. Because I wouldn't even trust putting it in the bank right away. I wouldn't even trust that

Anthony:

the very first thing to do yet you're the higher financial advisor. Why so he could rob you know, because a good financial adviser is if you choose the right one is in their fiduciary interest to make sure that you know, is handled properly. That's not I mean, you can interview a whole bunch of them and do the research and everything else like that. And that the problem that people make with financial advisors, they give them power of attorney like over everything. Never do that.

Jeff:

Like take care of my taxes for me, bro. But next thing you know you haven't paid taxes in 20 years,

Anthony:

right? As a matter of fact, like you shouldn't even give your wife Power of Attorney over you. I know it sounds strange, but you shouldn't that mean she has full access to everything. And it's not a matter of trust. This is a matter of business you never give a financial adviser power of attorney should do like a look over and check every single year like when you go to your account. They look over all the other shit. You hire financial advice, you hire an accountant because like I said, if you want to invest you have no idea what the fuck to invest in. That's their job. Their job is to make money not Robbie. You can tell them you give them access to this amount to invest in that that's it you don't give them the whole kit caboodle they all make the same mistake to give the wrong person all of their money. Like out Yeah, and I'm pretty sure you love your mother would you give me your mother all your money to manage for you apps the fucking movie not? It's insane. You want this shit? Why would you give anyone else access to the ship besides yourself? If you want to give to someone when you die, different story he inherited but ain't giving you shit. Like imagine how your five year old it's like oh my god, you win a lottery. Open up a bodega. That sounds right. People always want to open up stores bar hair salons. Fam you can go right to the bank and apply for loan like everybody else. I ain't giving you shit. Because that should fail. You're gonna ask me for some more No, no, the kids can go to college y'all can fuck off.

Jeff:

But y'all go check out the website the culture dot one man Tupac Shakur said "I'm not saying I'm going to change the world but I guarantee that I will spark the brain that will change the world". The culture. Give me some of that hip hop chicken, Peace

Anthony:

four wings.