The Maney & LauRen Morning Show

Weekdays 6:00AM-9:00AM

Butterball offers more ways to get its turkey tips to you. While its phone line can still be reached at 1-800-BUTTERBALL, they now have a text line that can be reached at 844-877-3456. There are also live chat options at Even Amazon Alexa-enabled devices can help! Just say, “Alexa, ask Butterball…” and you can have your question answered ASAP.

This is so crazy! We JUST had this happen on War Of The Roses! You know how we always say Alexa is listening … well apparently, she can rat you out too!

A woman found out her boyfriend was being unfaithful thanks to some high-tech help. According to, a TikToker says that she made the discovery after accessing a secret function on her Amazon Alexa. She explains that the speaker saves all voice recordings and they can be found on a computer browser.

“So this is how I caught my ex cheating,” Jessica captions the video.“I didn’t even know Alexa stored this shizzz.” She added “One for the girls” as a text overlay for the clip, which shows her accessing her Alexa voice history before scrolling to a recording captured by the device on September 17th. Then Jessica plays the audio, which features an unknown woman’s voice asking the speaker to play the song “Power Trip” by Miguel.

Jessica then plays a second recording from just one minute later, which has the voice of her boyfriend asking Alexa to play it louder. Since the recordings were so close in time, they confirm that the boyfriend and the other woman were both inside Jessica’s home at the same time, leading her to conclude that her man was cheating. In a since-deleted follow-up video, she reveals that she’s since dumped the two-timer, telling viewers, “And just like that: I was single.” Now she’s encouraging other women to use their Alexa voice history to find out what’s happening at their homes when they’re out and commenters are cheering her for the detective work:

“Alexa is looking like a good Christmas present,” writes one.

“Omggggg Alexa got your back girl,” shares another.

And a third comments, “Gonna buy my future man an Alexa that is logged in on my phone.”


written by