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Former President Barack Obama was a guest on the Breakfast Club radio show in New York City on Wednesday.

Co-host Charlamagne tha god put Obama on the spot, asking him why he didn't do more for Black people in his 8 years in office.

Co-host DJ Envy also pressed Obama to explain why he uplifted LGBT+ people while Black people didn't receive any tangibles.

Obama said, "Look, I'm just trying to sell books." Just kidding. He didn't say that. But he may as well have.

Obama said he was confident that he did more for Black people than current President Donald Trump. He said he just didn't go around bragging about what he did.

He also blamed Republicans for blocking his attempts to do something for Black people. But Democrats held the majority in both the House and the Senate in Obama's first 2 years in office.
 

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Ryan Cameron returned to middays on Majic 107.5/97.5 on Monday, Aug. 3, months after heart valve surgery.

Cameron returned to host "Ryan Cameron Uncensored" middays from 2-6 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Cameron, 54, suffered complications from sepsis, a potentially life-threatening blood infection that damaged a valve in his heart and his kidneys, requiring dialysis to clear toxins from his blood.

"I learned how sepsis attacks your body," he said on air in early June. "You realize that there's only a 50% survival rate, and you are on the right side of the survival rate. It puts you in the right perspective."

Rashan Ali, former co-host of "Sister Circle," subbed for Cameron while he recovered from surgery and dialysis. Cameron gave Ali her first radio job on his morning show on Hot 107.9 in the '90s.

Fans reacted to Cameron's return on Twitter.com Monday.

"That feeling you get when you hear @ryancameron on the radio again...best feeling EVER! We've missed you Ryan!" tweeted @creativelyash.

@Memme4life tweeted, "Thank God for the power in prayer and healing!"

And @TeamFIT365 wrote: "So happy to hear my brother @ryancameron voice back on the radio!"

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Frank Ski called in to Atlanta's V-103 morning show on Wednesday to confirm the news that he is moving on from the radio station.

Sandrarose.com broke the news late Tuesday that Ski, real name Frank Rodriguez, was leaving the morning show to host mornings at WHUR in D.C.

According to my credible source, Ski will return to the Atlanta market in 6 months after his non-compete clause ends. He will then host mornings at V-103 competitor Kiss 104.1.

Longtime Atlanta radio personality Art Terrell currently hosts the morning show at Kiss 104.1.

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Frank Ski is pictured with his wife, Dr. Patrice Basanta-Henry, and his sons (L-R) Blake Rodriguez, Franklin Rodriguez and Harrison Rodriguez at the 2019 Frank Ski Celebrity Wine Tasting & Live Auction at Republic Lounge on April 14, 2019 in Atlanta.

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Ski's V-103 morning show slot will be filled by Darian "Big Tigger" Morgan, left with Drake at Atlanta's defunct Club Reign in 2013. Tigger currently hosts the 2-6 PM slot at V-103.

Tigger also called in to the morning show on Wednesday morning to confirm the news that he is taking over as morning show host on August 17.

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Lifestyle specialist and former Bad Boy Records exec Kenny Burns, pictured with singer Ella Mai, will fill Tigger's midday slot.

Longtime Atlanta radio personality Ramona Debreaux will take over for Tigger at midday.

V-103 station manager Rick Caffey had nothing but praise for Big Tigger, who previously hosted BET's 106 & Park.

"During his time with us at V-103, I have seen Big Tigger take over Atlanta as a premier talent and generous community activist who is connected to the people. We believe he will bring his high energy and creativity to mornings at the station," Caffey said in a statement.

"Just as important, we see Kenny Burns bringing his added years of experience, industry work, and current show success to the station, and we're excited to welcome him back."

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Longtime V-103 morning show host DJ Frank Ski is leaving the People's Station in Atlanta, a credible source confirmed to Sandrarose.com.

Ski's morning show slot will be filled by Darian "Big Tigger" Morgan, who hosts the 2-6 PM slot at V-103.

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Lifestyle specialist and former Bad Boy Records exec Kenny Burns will fill Tigger's mid-day slot.

According to my source, Ski will return to Washington D.C.'s WHUR where he moved after leaving V-103 in 2012.

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The shakeup at V-103 comes nearly 8 years after a similar personnel change saw Ski leave V-103 after three decades. His hosting duties at V-103 were filled by Tigger in 2012 as well.

Frank Ski transitioned from a well-known rapper to host of his own show "Breaker's Delight" in D.C. Ski joined 92Q FM in Baltimore in 1996.

He was nominated for Billboard's Independent Record of the Year for "Doo Doo Brown" in 1992. He went on to produce rap records for some of the biggest names in hip-hop and gospel.

Ski moved to Atlanta where he took over the morning show at V-103 which became the top-rated morning show in Atlanta.

Ski, 56, who owns Frank Ski's Restaurant and Lounge, also ran the Frank Ski Foundation that provided scholarships and trips around the world to Atlanta schoolchildren.

In 2012, Ski announced his decision to end his long-running term as co-host of the V-103 morning show.

"I am not leaving Atlanta. This is my home," said Ski at time. He promised his radio listeners he would be back on the air soon.

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Evelyn Lozada called into Nick Cannon's morning show to share her perspective on monogamous relationships.

Evelyn, 44, said she prefers to be in a longterm relationship with one man.

Nick explained what most women already know about men but choose to ignore.

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"Relationships, in general, I think you definitely have to get to know somebody for at least this seven months," Lozada said. "I feel like the first three months are all full of you [getting] to know somebody."

"I feel like happy here is when you really get to know somebody that's when they, you know, put their guards on and are really open and comfortable having conversations."

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Nick, who shares 9-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe with singer Mariah Carey, burst Evelyn's bubble by explaining that monogamy is unnatural for men.

"Men don't subscribe to monogamy because they feel like it's not natural in their DNA," he said. "It's that hunting mentality, but it's also like 'yo if we suppose to be fruitful and multiply... there's not many creatures on earth that are monogamous."

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Evelyn has dated numerous professional athletes without much success. Her failed relationships include ex-husband Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson (pictured) and former baseball star Carl Crawford, with whom she shares a son.

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Nick and Mariah tied the knot in an intimate ceremony on Windemere Island in The Bahamas in 2011. They divorced in 2016.

Nick welcomed his second son, Golden Cannon, with Instagram model Brittany Bell in 2017. He has been linked to scores of women, including Kim Krdashian-West, Rozanda "Chili" Thomas, Christina Milian, and Amber Rose.
 

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Rickey Smiley pulled himself together to host his syndicated radio show on Monday morning, hours after his youngest daughter Aaryn Smiley was shot multiple times in Texas.

Aaryn was shot three times at a fast food restaurant in Houston on Sunday. Rickey fought back tears as he explained that he was in the process of booking a flight to Houston to see his daughter, who is recovering in a hospital.

"All the stuff these people trying to do to fight for the rights of Black people. This is no discredit to Black Lives Matter because I believe that and I'm with that movement 110% and one has nothing to do with the other, but there are some criminals in our community that someone needs to do something about," Rickey said.

He continued: "I just pray. I'm sitting up here a gunshot victim myself and I'm still up here fighting and praying for the rights of Black people and all of the parents that had to bury their loved ones due to gun violence in our own community by our own people. Absolutely disgusting."

The news comes as 31 people were shot and 5 killed during a weekend of violence in Atlanta. The Rickey Smiley Morning Show is based in Atlanta.
 

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Sen. Joe Biden offered his sincerest apologies for suggesting that all Black Americans vote for Democrats regardless of their record on civil rights.

Biden, 77, sparked a severe backlash when he told Charlamagne tha god "you ain't Black" if he didn't pick him over Trump.

Black Twitter erupted with condemnation and a plethora of Biden dementia memes. Biden is rumored to be suffering from the longterm effects of senile dementia.

Many on Black Twitter said Biden would not have insulted any other race in such a manner.

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Biden previously angered Black Americans when he commented that former President Barack Obama was "articulate" and "bright" and "clean."

Biden humbly apologized for his cringe-worthy remark to Charlamagne and all Black Americans in a statement to the AP on Friday.

"I should not have been so cavalier," Biden told the Associated Press. "I've never, never, ever taken the African American community for granted. I shouldn't have been such a wise guy."

Biden added that, "No one should have to vote for any party based on their race, their religion, their background," he told the Black Chamber of Commerce in a phone call on Friday.

Black conservatives have long complained that Democrats take Black people for granted and just assume they will vote the party line regardless of the candidate.

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Joe Biden sparked controversy on social media for suggesting that radio host Charlamagne tha god "ain't Black" if he doesn't vote for Biden, a Democrat.

Biden suggested that all Black Americans automatically vote for Democrats regardless of their record on civil rights.

Biden, 77, made the remark during a chat with Charlamagne tha god, real name Lenard McKelvey, on the syndicated radio program "The Breakfast Club" on Friday.

Biden's remark came when he tried to end the interview. "You can't do that to Black media!" Charlamagne shouted.

"You've got more questions?" said Biden, after looking at his watch. "Well, I tell you what, if you have a problem figuring out whether you're for me or Trump, then you ain't black," Biden said sarcastically.

"It don't have nothing to do with Trump, it has to do with the fact -- I want something for my community," Charlamagne replied.

"Take a look at my record, man," said Biden. "I extended the Voting Rights Act 25 years. I have a record that's second to none. The NAACP has endorsed me every time I've run. Take a look at the record. Anyway, thanks, I will come back."

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According to published reports, Atlanta radio legend Ryan Cameron is in an intensive care unit after suffering a heart attack last week.

The "Ryan King" previously worked the midday rotation for Atlanta radio station V103.3 before accepting the 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. spot at Majic 107.5/97.5.

Many Atlantans know Cameron as the announcer for the Atlanta Hawks NBA and Atlanta Falcons sports teams. He is also a partner at a branding agency in Atlanta.

V103.3 on-air personality Frank Ski, former colleague Elle Duncan, WAOK radio host Rashad Richey, and former V103 traffic reporter Crash Clark are among those asking for prayers for Cameron as he recovers from surgery last week.

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Ryan is the father of three children - daughters Ryan Megan and Kai and son Cayden.

The Sandrarose.com family prays for a speedy recovery for Ryan. He has done so much for so many behind the scenes without asking for anything in return.

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A Fox News host is being called homophobic for his comments about San Francisco's "shelter in place" order. San Francisco was the first city to order residents to stay home during the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak.

Mark Steyn, who is a Fox News guest host, was filling in for Rush Limbaugh, who is undergoing chemotherapy for cancer.

Steyn told Limbaugh's radio listeners that the Bay Area is under quarantine because of "gay guys." He said San Francisco is under a "shelter in place" order to stay home because "a big gay apocalypse" would be blamed on President Donald Trump.

The coronavirus causes severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) and potentially fatal pneumonia among the elderly population, particularly those with weak immunity, chronic illnesses such as AIDS, COPD and other respiratory-related problems.

"San Francisco has just ordered everyone to shelter in place, just to say, 'Stay in your apartment. Don't leave your apartment unless you need to go out to a grocery store or to a pharmacy or to a doctor's.' Why are they doing that?" Steyn asked. "Why is San Francisco the first to do that? Because they've got all the gay guys there."

He added San Francisco is "a big gay town," and they're the ones with all the compromised immune systems from all the protease inhibitors and all the other stuff. And they don't want all the gays dropping dead on the San Francisco mayor's watch. So that's why they've got all that sheltering in place there."

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has refused to order or approve a lockdown for any city within the state, despite Mayor Bill de Blasio threatening to order a lockdown of NYC.

Mass hysteria over the coronavirus outbreak drove the stock market down another 2,000 points on Wednesday, triggering a breaker that halted all trading for 15 minutes.