Pitbull talks Loosing his Phone, how he Remains Positive & Breaks Bad News on BBC Radio 1’s Breakfast Show
During Pitbull’s trip to London last month, he stopped by the BBC Radio 1 Breakfast Show to discuss how he lost his phone, how he remains so positive, and more. He also helped a listener out by breaking some bad news to her friend on her behalf.
At the beginning of the interview, Pitbull revealed that since his last trip to London in 2015, he lost his Blackberry and was forced to resort back to using a throwaway flip-phone, which he said he loved. “I loved it, I loved it. I have a bat phone, meaning a little throwaway always. It’s an old school flip-phone and I just felt great I would finish talking with somebody and just click, just click on them.”
Later on, a fan called into the show to get some advice on how she can break bad news to her friend. The news was that she caught the guy her friend is interested in on the dating app, Tinder. So Pitbull, having the ability to turn any negative situation into a positive one, broke the news to her friend for her! He gave her a call on air and told her this piece of advice, “Your friend told me to break the news to you about the guy that you like, and supposedly you guys have hooked up a couple times but he happens to be on this Tinder website, which is cool if that’s what he likes to do. If you know that, then there shouldn’t be any problems moving forward. Now, if he lies to you about it, that’s a different story. Now this is when you have to figure out if you guys really have a line of communication. If he tells you the truth, then guess what? This looks like it could be a great relationship but if he lies to you, then that’s the first red flag and you need to make the decision on if you want to continue to deal with him”.
Mr. Worldwide then revealed that he is becoming Mr. Motivational by getting into the Motivational Speaking business, starting off by opening for Tony Robbins at his November 10th show in San Jose, CA.
Listen to the complete 12-minute interview below!
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