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Robin Givens on the Upcoming ‘Finding Mike’ Biopic Starring Jamie Foxx



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Robin Givens & Mike Tyson

Robin Givens & Mike Tyson (Getty)

*Robin Givens recently called into a couple of SiriusXM shows today to promote her directorial debut with Lifetime’s A Murder to Remember.

Givens spoke with Andy Cohen on SiriusXM’s Andy Cohen Live on his exclusive channel Radio Andy. During their conversation, Robin Givens spoke about the upcoming Finding Mike biopic starring Jamie Foxx and shared why she hopes to not be in the new movie.

Andy Cohen hosts SiriusXM’s Andy Cohen Live Mondays and Wednesdays at 10:00 am ET on his exclusive SiriusXM channel Radio Andy.

Robin Givens on why she hopes to not be in new Mike Tyson biopic

Additionally, Robin Givens spoke with SiriusXM Radio Andy’s Bevy Smith. While talking to Bevy Smith, Robin Givens shared whether she thinks she’ll be treated more fairly in this depiction compared to how she was treated in the past, why she feels it’s important to not let other people’s lies take away your truth and how she hopes the film reflects the different climate we are now living in. Additionally, Robin spoke about the surprise cancelation of Ambitions on OWN and the possibility of another network picking up the show.

Bevy Smith hosts Bevelations on SiriusXM’s Radio Andy (ch. 102) Mondays through Fridays at 5:00 pm ET.

Audio clips credit: SiriusXM’s Radio Andy and/or SiriusXM’s Andy Cohen Live






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Mo’Kelly’s ‘2-Minute Warning’ Commentaries Syndicated Nationwide Via iHeartMedia’s Black Information Network




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*Mo’Kelly’s 2-Minute Warning commentaries on the news of the day are now syndicated nationwide and will be heard 5 days a week across the country as part of iHeartMedia’s new Black Information Network all-news format of stations.

This is in addition to his award-winning weekend program, The Mo’Kelly Show on KFI AM640 Los Angeles, political commentary for BBC Radio and co-host for the weekday iHeartMedia podcast, Nerd-O-Rama with Tawala Sharp.

Each day at :11 past the hour and :42 the following hour, Mo’Kelly offers 2 minutes on a top trending topic from politics, to culture and even entertainment.

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As stations are being added to the lineup, this list will grow and be updated as needed.

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KRRL-HD2*92.3-2FMLos AngelesCaliforniaAffiliate
KSSX-HD2*95.7-2FMSan DiegoCaliforniaAffiliate
W279AQ103.7FMMascoutahIllinoisn/a (KATZ-HD2 relay)
WODT1280AMNew OrleansLouisianaAffiliate
WNOE-HD2*101.1-2FMNew OrleansLouisianaAffiliate
W227BF93.3FMMinneapolisMinnesotan/a (KQQL-HD2 relay)
KATZ-HD2*100.3-2FMSt. LouisMissouriAffiliate
WWPR-HD3*105.1-3FMNew York CityNew YorkAffiliate
WRFX-HD2*99.7-2FMCharlotteNorth CarolinaAffiliate
W254AZ98.7FMCharlotteNorth Carolinan/a (WRFX-HD2 relay)
W256BT99.1FMClevelandOhion/a (WMMS-HD2 relay)
WGVL1440AMGreenvilleSouth CarolinaAffiliate
W248BQ97.5FMNashvilleTennesseen/a (WNRQ-HD2 relay)
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Cardi Got Tired of ‘Effing Arguing’ with Offset So She Fired Him (from Marriage)



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Offset & Cardi B (Getty)

*As you no doubt know by now, Cardi B recently filed for divorce from Migos rapper Offset, her  husband of three years. Well, to clarify things, the “WAP” creator headed to the ‘Gram, to spell out exactly why the two of them didn’t make it.

In her post (which, by the way, is all audio) Cardi, 27, revealed that she has “not shed one tear” over their split, adding that the divorce has nothing to do with Offset’s past infidelities, which led to their initial separation in late 2018.

“Every single time that this guy has been so crazy, so f–ked up and it hits the media, I’m always crying, always sad because I don’t like that type of s–t,” Cardi said. “This time, I wasn’t crying. You want to know why? The reason for my divorce is not because of none of that shit that ever happened before. It’s not because of cheating. I’m seeing people be like, ‘Oh, he has a baby on the way.’ That’s a whole f–king complete lie. That’s the second time people are trying to pin babies over here. No, that’s bulls–t.”

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It boils down to this, according to the Bronx born and bred raptress … she and Offset simply grew apart.

“I just got tired of f–king arguing,” she continued. “I got tired of not seeing things eye-to-eye. When you feel like it’s just not the same anymore, before you actually get cheated on, I’d rather just leave. Nothing crazy out of this world happened, sometimes people really do grow apart.

“I been with this man for four years,” she went on. “I have a kid with this man, I have a household with this man…sometimes you’re just tired of the arguments and the build up. You get tired sometimes and before something happens, you leave.”

The pair has signaled that they will co-parent 2-year-old daughter, Kulture. Cardi is not requesting spousal or child support.

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Michelle Obama Confesses She Wanted to ‘Push Barack Out of the Window’ / LISTEN



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*Yes, the words that came out of the former first lady’s mouth may sound shocking to some, but when she says she wanted “push Barack out of the window,” she spoke her truth during the most recent episode of “The Michelle Obama Podcast.

Mr. and Mrs. Obama will celebrate their 28th wedding anniversary next month and Michelle spoke candidly about the up and downs of her marriage with guest Conan O’Brien.

“There were times that I wanted to push Barack out of the window. And I say that because it’s like, you’ve got to know the feelings will be intense. But that doesn’t mean you quit,” she said. “And these periods can last a long time. They can last years.”

She went on to say that people should view searching for a partner like assembling an all-star basketball team and that a person should ideally pick the absolute best person to be with.

“You want LeBron [James]. You don’t want the guy, third row on the bench, who didn’t make the team, but we often don’t think about that,” she said. “What you’re supposed to say is, ‘I have married LeBron. My version of LeBron.’”

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Photo: Pete Souza/Flickr

The “Becoming” author also stressed the importance of giving yourself time to see the person you’re dating “in an array of situations.”

“There’s no magic way to make that happen except getting the basics of finding somebody, being honest about wanting to be with them, to date them seriously, to plan on making a commitment, to date them, seeing where it goes, and then making it happen,” she said.

“You can’t Tinder your way into a long-term relationship,” she concluded.

Check out the podcast below, via Instagram.

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