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The 42-year-old Sirius XM on-air personality didn’t let the serious topic deter him from doing what he does best: make a scene. Bronk’s outburst was apparently a reference to the domestic assault between ex-Baltimore Raven Ray Rice and his wife Janay Rice. Speaking to the Daily News Saturday from his Midtown apartment, Bronk said it was a “spur of the moment” decision to rush in and interrupt the somber press conference. His reputation as a jester aside, Bronk said he really does care about domestic violence.
Goodell was explaining new steps taken by the NFL to better address domestic abuse in the wake of the Rice scandal and several others, some involving children. “I don't like to interrupt, I went in to ask legitimate questions — some of the questions were stupid, but they were legitimate and stupid questions,” the heckler said. “It's horrible what's happened, that a woman got hit,” he said.
Back office bunch: Turk (center) swiftly ascended to the top of Stern's organization after they met via an efficiency program.
Here, the exec posed at a 2014 Comic-Con party with longtime Stern soldiers Jason Kaplan (left) and producer Gary 'Baba Booey' Dell'Abate (right)The Beer League star parted ways with the program in 2009, about four years before Turk swiftly ascended to fill the show’s top backstage position in 2013 after initially crossing paths with Stern over a time-management system called Getting Things Done.
those two run this entire radio organization,’ Stern said. & I wish he'd of taken my call so I wouldn't sound like a p----y on twitter [right] now!
‘Marci’s like the general manager, COO; Jeremy’s the senior executive/producer type. We're still waiting for permission from Marci to ask him.’Lange took to Twitter Thursday to clarify the situation, as he said that former co-workers from the Stern show sought his help and advice in approaching the wealthy radio host for financial assistance. Peace.’Lange wasn't the only ex-Stern associate to take umbrage with the radio host's observation about his former employees: Comedian Bob Levy, a frequent on-air contributor from 2006 until 2008, told the Daily Mail that when he parted ways with the show, he barely missed the paycheck he was receiving for his services.'At 25 bucks a week, I would never [have called] myself a employee,' said the Philadelphia-based comic, who also received on-air plugs as part of his arrangement with the program until Stern nixed the ads.
And they’ll deal with Benjy, the problem is he has too much access to me.’The lack of access seemed to hit a nerve with Lange, who tweeted, ‘Imagine asking some ... Lange said he ‘reluctantly tried but it was hopeless,' and that ‘it sucks so much red tape exists,' adding, '[I'm] not saying Howard turned them down. But I got frustrated over how complicated it was.'Lange added that Bronk, a frequent on-air whipping boy of Stern’s, is ’an insanely talented joke writer,' and offered to 'pay him more' than Stern 'to work on [his] podcast’ should the allegations of his repeated tardiness be authentic - and his fate on the show lie in Turk's hands.‘Doin that show was my dream!
“I think there’s a misconception that I went in to scream stuff — I went in to ask questions. “It's good that people are paying attention to it though,” he said. “Do good things and make women feel safe, that's what I did,” Bronk said, referring to his antics.
“It is a serious issue, but nothing makes me happier than to make people laugh,” he said.