EPISODE 24:

Grant Cardone on Running for President, White America’s Middle Class Trap & His Crowd Fund

TAP IN with serial entrepreneur and millionaire mogul Grant Cardone, owner and operator of seven privately held companies and a $3.6 billion portfolio of multifamily properties. Grant's private equity firm offers funding opportunities to a variety of investors in overlooked markets. In this episode Grant opens up about his childhood in Lake Charles, Louisiana and the moments that shaped him into the unapologetic, straight-shooting leader he is today. He later breaks down the American Class System and offers advice to the Black and White community on how to beat the traps imposed on them by multiple institutions. The value and insight that Grant provides on money, fake friends, and self-respect is unmatched! Don’t miss the most anticipated episode of the season! #INREALLIFE 

EPISODE 23:

Medical Revolutionary Dr. Angelina Postoev Exposes The #MedicalTrap

Meet Celebrity Chiropractor Dr. Rashad Sanford Owner of Atlanta Spine Doctors in Marietta. In this episode Dr. Rashad shares how he got started in the medical field as a physical therapist and worked his way up to becoming one of the most sought-after medical professionals in the industry. He later gives insight on what it was like to co-found and open one of the most popular restaurants in Atlanta, Breakfast At Barney’s, at the height of the Pandemic. TAP IN to hear how this Philly native leveraged his 9-5 to beat the #CollegeTrap and #CultureTrap IN REAL LIFE!!

EPISODE 22:

Celebrity Chiropractor Dr. Rashad Sanford On Leveraging Your 9-5 To Beat #TheCollegeTrap

Meet Celebrity Chiropractor Dr. Rashad Sanford Owner of Atlanta Spine Doctors in Marietta. In this episode Dr. Rashad shares how he got started in the medical field as a physical therapist and worked his way up to becoming one of the most sought-after medical professionals in the industry. He later gives insight on what it was like to co-found and open one of the most popular restaurants in Atlanta, Breakfast At Barney’s, at the height of the Pandemic. TAP IN to hear how this Philly native leveraged his 9-5 to beat the #CollegeTrap and #CultureTrap IN REAL LIFE!!

EPISODE 21:

Don Jacobs From Pro Ball Player To Owner Of The First Black Owned Electric Car Dealership

TAP IN with Former professional basketball player turned veteran Real Estate Investor and Founder of HouseJerk Don Jacobs. House Jerk is a national real estate club that teaches people how to get started investing in real estate with no credit or capital. In this episode King Don shares how beat the #CollegeTrap & #CorporateTrap while surviving one of his biggest Real Estate downfalls. He also gives insight into the importance of mentorship & what it’s like to own the first Black Owned electric car dealership. With over 20 years in the Real Estate game, you don’t want to miss this exclusive interview!!  

EPISODE 20:

Ramon Tookes Talks Fatherhood, Flipology, & How To Make Money In Real Estate Investing

Season 1 of #HowToBeatTheTrap wouldn’t be official without Reclaimed Karma- the husband-and-wife team that helped bring The Tulsa Real Estate Fund Legacy Center to life! CEO’s Chris and Yvonne Johnson have been using reclaimed wood, antique furniture and other sustainable sources to create beautiful, new spaces for many years.  On this episode the duo share their unique journeys and how they eventually crossed paths. They also recall the renovation nightmare that began their most successful years in business. The Johnsons have since made several appearances on on the DIY Network’s “Reclaimed Reno” and other viewer-based projects including online tutorials for Home Depot. TAP IN to hear how The Johnson’s beat the trap and are enjoying good karma #INREALLIFE

EPISODE 19:

Reclaimed Karma CEO’s Share How They Flipped Used Furniture To Beat The Corporate Trap

Season 1 of #HowToBeatTheTrap wouldn’t be official without Reclaimed Karma- the husband-and-wife team that helped bring The Tulsa Real Estate Fund Legacy Center to life! CEO’s Chris and Yvonne Johnson have been using reclaimed wood, antique furniture and other sustainable sources to create beautiful, new spaces for many years.  On this episode the duo share their unique journeys and how they eventually crossed paths. They also recall the renovation nightmare that began their most successful years in business. The Johnsons have since made several appearances on on the DIY Network’s “Reclaimed Reno” and other viewer-based projects including online tutorials for Home Depot. TAP IN to hear how The Johnson’s beat the trap and are enjoying good karma #INREALLIFE

EPISODE 18:

Karon Joseph Riley On Retiring From The NFL, Becoming A Megastar & Beating The Culture Trap

Meet Karon Joseph Riley retired NFL player, actor, and avid cyclist. Karon dedicated 5 seasons on the N.F.L. roster then later honed his skills in front of the camera by co-hosting a hand full of local sports shows. Upon retiring from the NFL, he landed roles in multiple independent films, theater and television projects including: “Tyler Perry's Meet The Browns," "Tyler Perry's Love Thy Neighbor”, “Single Ladies," "For Better or Worse" and "Necessary Roughness." In this episode King Karon opens up about his biggest regrets as a professional athlete and why he chose the center stage over the center field. He later drops more #TrapBars and advice on how others can pursue their passions, live for themselves , and beat the #CultureTrap🪤 #INREALLIFE 💯           

EPISODE 17:

Darbi Alexander Talks Small Business Credit & Government Funding

Take your business to the next level with Darbi Alexander founder and CEO of BCA Culture-the first ever automated turnkey software that guides entrepreneurs seeking to secure business funding and credit. This black woman owned business prepares and positions small business owners to get ready for grants and government contracts. In just one year, BCA Culture has helped thousands of entrepreneurs secure over $50 Million in business credit, grants, and funding. In this episode Queen Darbi opens up about what it was like growing up the deep south, from Tennessee to Georgia. She later shares the gems and principles she learned from her mother that ultimately shaped her as an entrepreneur and allowed her to work smarter not harder! TAP IN and stay tuned to find out how you can take advantage of the life-changing strategies that BCA has to offer.   

EPISODE 16:

Curtis Byrd: From 30 Kilos & 20 Years In Prison To $150,000 His First Year In Real Estate

Former Corner Trapper turned Real Estate Developer Curtis Byrd steps into #TheTrap🪤 breaking down how we went from a 20 year prison sentence to earning 6 figures in his first year of Real Estate. His journey in Real Estate began with Jay Morrison’s Cash Buyers Academy in August 2020 and has continued to skyrocket since then. Just 30 days later King Curtis got his first lead and went on to close the deal in October 2020, walking away with over $8K in profits. In this episode, Curtis shares how his fast track success in Real Estate and desire to make his family proud led him to becoming a cofounder of Peninsula Property Solutions, providing creative solutions for home owners seeking serious investors.

EPISODE 15:

Sharlinda Parker & Sabrina Rowe Challenge The Billion Dollar Nail Industry

Twin Manicurists Sabrina Brie’ Rowe and Sharlinda Rowe-Parker are changing the game for Black beauty professionals everywhere! Their career in the nail industry began over 27 years ago in their hometown Richmond, Virginia. They later moved to Atlanta and quickly landed many of the city’s music industry elite as their clients such as Queen Latifah, Usher, Faith Evans, Demi Moore, Katherine Heigl, Beyonce, Tyler Perry and Martin Lawrence. Present day, Sharlinda and Sabrina are owners of Tu La 2 Nail Salon & Company located in West Midtown and are teaching classes and offering certification to new nail technicians and beauty professionals.

EPISODE 13:

Boniface Ogunti: On Poverty Living With 16 People In A 3 Bedroom To Multi-Millionaire by 21

This high-energy episode will motivate ANYONE! Meet Self-Made Millionaire Boniface Ogunti, the 25-year-old entrepreneur who came to the US to escape war in his homeland of Liberia West Africa. In this interview, Boniface opens up about his childhood and recalls what it was like to live with 16 other people in 1 townhome in Minnesota. His Entrepreneurial spirit began as a teen when he first started a business customizing sneakers that made him $20K in one summer. Boniface’s drive and hustle led him to be an overachiever in sales, from cable at Costco to running ads on Facebook - making him a millionaire by age 21! 

EPISODE 12:

Brii Renee' Talks Strip Club Trap, Losing 45 lbs & Gaining Self Confidence

Actress/Streetz 94.5 Radio Personality Brii Renee' “From The A” steps into #TheTrap sharing all about how she leveraged her personal fitness journey to create the opportunities she’s always dreamed of. Brii says she struggled with her weight as a young girl and is giving us a few tips and tricks she used to lose 45 lbs, keep it off and beat the #ObesityTrap. She later shares what it’s like to grow up waitressing in her family business, The Blue Flame - The first black owned strip club in Atlanta.  TAP IN to hear how Brii Renee went from being the overlooked “fat friend” to the overbooked IG Baddie and radio host who made it to the big screen! #INREALLIFE

EPISODE 11:

Zo The Goat On How To Build Credit, Make Passive Income & Add Value To Your Brand

Credit expert and life coach Zo The Goat stopped by The Trap giving us FREE GAME on how to gain, leverage and manage capital and credit. King Zo is a lifelong entrepreneur who has helped thousands of people learn how to improve their credit scores and create multiple streams of income. In this episode, Zo shares the highs and lows of his career and how he got started in the Airbnb business. He also gives insight into the strategies he used to invest and maximize his profits to beat the #CultureTrap. If you want to invest in your dreams but don’t know where to start, TAP IN to this exclusive interview.

EPISODE 10:

Mysonne Talks Racial Injustice, Boycotting Black Murder, & Beating The Culture Trap

Activist Mysonne “The General” slides through the trap to share details behind his latest initiatives, Until Freedom & Boycott Black Murder . King Mys has helped to lead numerous national marches and demonstrations against police brutality and gun violence, including the Women’s March. In this interview, he also gives us a glimpse into the most impactful moments of his upbringing, from predicting his father's death to committing robbery and selling drugs. Tap in to hear how Mysonne beat the #CornerTrap 🪤 and stay tuned for Part 2 COMING SOON!

EPISODE 8:

Haziq Ali On The Power Of Credit, Capitalism & Beating The American Trap

Meet “Entrepreneur Supremacist” Haziq Ali founder of Novae Money. Founded in 2014, Novae Money charts Inc’s list of the 5,000 fastest growing companies in America.
In this exclusive interview King Haziq opens up about his entrepreneurial journey and details how financial literacy, credit and ownership can aid in solving systemic issues in the African Community in America; such as police brutality and gentrification. From starting his first successful business at the age of 14 years old to becoming the Founder & CMO of a Black-Owned FinTech company, Haziq drops #TrapBars on the power of personal credit and business funding.
This lifetime entrepreneur is giving us the real game on financing for today’s educators, mentors and coaches as well as how to capitalize off capitalism. Grab a pen and pad you don’t want to miss this MAJOR Bag Talk! 

EPISODE 7:

B. Simone On Manifesting Her Dream Life & Making $1M in 30 days

Learn how Manifest Queen B. Simone manifested her dream life and is currently building her Billion Dollar Legacy! #InRealLife In this interview B. Simone opens up about her journey to $1M and the challenges she faced while documenting her successes online.   

EPISODE 6:

CEO Matty J On Starting Black Twitter, Working w/ 2 Chainz & How To Monetize Your Setbacks

CEO Matty J is selflessly helping others discover their value and monetize off of their personal experiences #InRealLife! From being known for selling candy in grade school to creating viral movements online “Mr.Document The Process”  is a natural born entrepreneur. TAP IN to get the game on how this high level playmaker built and leveraged his relationships with celebrities to become the CEO of his last name

EPISODE 5:

Kountry Wayne: Growing Up in A Tin Trailer, Trafficking Dope W/His Daddy & Going Viral W/ Jesus

Comedy Star Kountry Wayne gives us an exclusive look into his past and the MIRACLES that allow him to live in his purpose present day. From poverty to prison and drug trafficking, Kountry Wayne opens up about how quitting the #CornerTrap and putting his faith in God ultimately became a brand of its own and led him to make MILLIONS online.

EPISODE 4:

Pastor Jamal Bryant Calls Out The Black Church For Not Showing Up!

Revolutionary Pastor, Dr. Jamal Bryant shares his perspective and opinion on the black church’s biggest challenges. He explores for us what he believes is the missing economic dynamic needed to further the work of the kingdom and the families in it. In this episode, Pastor Bryant is transparent about his behavioral challenges as a preacher’s kid, what he was the FIRST and ONLY person to EVER accomplish at Morehouse College and his role in opening The Black Wallstreet mall in Stonecrest Ga.

EPISODE 3:

Keisha Green "The Legless Diva" Is Kicking Down Doors For Entrepreneurs With Disabilities!

Keisha Green: Tap in to hear the inspirational story of an entrepreneur, Keisha Green, The Legless Diva. After losing both legs in a car accident just a little over five years ago she has fought, persevered, and prayed her way through the mental and physical challenges all while building a million-dollar brand from scratch! She has not allowed the sympathy of the disability trap to confine or define her own expectations of success and is now kicking down doors and inspiring others who have endured trauma and life-changing uphill battles to keep thriving!

EPISODE 2:

Mr. Daniel Dickey Shares How To Get Paid to Be Yourself

In this entertaining episode of How To Beat The Trap, King Jay Morrison sits down with King Daniel Dickey, an Activist, 360 Degree Brand Management & Strategy Consultant, Singer Songwriter, and all around Renaissance Man to explore his path to success, his HBCU experience, growing up in a talented family, & a hilarious run in with 50 cent.

EPISODE 1:

David Shands Talks Weed, Being A Gangsta Rapper & Podcasting His Way Out Of #TheTRAP

In Episode 1 of How To Beat The Trap, King Jay Morrison sits down with Podcast King, David Shands who is very candid about the TRAPS he’s experienced and the steps he took to remove those obstacles to create and host one of the fastest growing podcasts on the Apple Podcast platform.  

EPISODE 0:

Jay Morrison: Dissecting & Dismantling America's Biggest TRAPS

Join Jay Morrison in Season 1 Episode 0 of How To Beat The Trap as he takes you through understanding the systemic setup of many of the establishments that we’ve either subscribed to or fallen victim to in America and how to overcome them. In this inaugural episode he explains his personal challenges and vulnerabilities having grown up in poverty and the life of crime he chose. As well as how he has morphed from a felon and high school dropout to a best selling author, business executive, and founder and fund manager of the worlds first African American Real Estate crowd fund.