Camila Cabello calls in to tell us about her new song, "Crying In The Club", Producer Sam's roommate walked in on her and her boyfriend, and we hear from an Uber driver who got in trouble for listening to us!
Steve Harvey sent an email to his staff saying he doesn't want to be bothered, we wish we could do the same! Oz joins us and diagnoses Greg T's foot, and we play a song that brings awareness to mental illness.
He said: "When you don't have all the facts, your next words should be 'I have no comment'." Stephen Killian, the president of the Cambridge Police Patrol Officer's Association said that Mr Obama's comments were "disgraceful". Cambridge officers are not stupid, and they should make an apology to us and every law enforcement person who took offence at this," he added.
Alan Mc Donald, lawyer for the Cambridge police department, added: "There is no evidence whatsoever the arrest was race-based.
They said they felt a professional backlash within 24 hours.
Lee Kernis, one of their managers, confirmed she spoke to C. Becky said to stop telling other people about the incident.
After speaking for a short time, he told her he thought she was attractive based on a picture he'd seen on her boyfriend's desk.
Schachner stated that next she heard him close the blinds of his office and start breathing heavily.
Becky has since apologized and said, "What I did was wrong." He says he didn't know about any of the other allegations against C.
At a press conference, Mr Obama admitted he did not have all the facts but linked the incident in Cambridge, Massachusetts, to a history of racial profiling by US police.
Mr Obama was supported yesterday by Deval Patrick, the governor of Massachusetts, who is also black and a friend of Prof Gates.
Greg T's new identity, "Captain Do-Good", goes out to the streets of NYC to do some good, Matthew Hussey inspires us to take a step in the right direction, and we learn why cleaning your toilet may be killing you. To hear more interviews with Elvis and stars like Miley Cyrus & Charlie Puth, search for Label Defiers on i Heart Radio or wherever you listen to podcasts!
For this week’s episode, Elvis Duran had another revealing conversation with the inspirational Demi Lovato, who expresses how she uses her voice to sing about the issues she is most passionate about.