Radio star Bobby Bones talks potential run for workplace: ‘I do know who I’m’


Radio and TV persona Bobby Bones is not presently pursuing a political profession however he additionally is not ruling it out. 

The 41-year-old host has a brand new present, “Breaking Bobby Bones,” on Nationwide Geographic by which he heeds his personal recommendation — Struggle. Grind. Repeat. — by touring to far-flung locations throughout the nation to seek out folks with distinctive jobs, expertise, hobbies and talents.

Upon arrival, he meets native on a regular basis heroes who problem him to overcome (or at the least try) the methods of their trades whereas exploring the triumphs and tragedies that made these heroes who they’re as we speak.

Bones, whose actual title is Bobby Estell, beforehand teased a run for governor of Arkansas within the 2018 election and nonetheless hints at a potential political future. 

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He spoke to Fox Information about how filming “Breaking Bobby Bones” may need moved the needle for him 

Bobby Bones spoke to Fox Information about his political future. 
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“I do know who I’m. And I do know that for me, the one cause I’ve any success in any respect is as a result of I characterize people which have been by so much,” the “Dancing With the Stars” winner mirrored whereas selling the brand new Nat Geo present. 

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“I communicate for individuals who usually aren’t spoken for. So when folks begin to ask, ‘What’s your opinion on this?’ Here is my opinion: Except you develop up on meals stamps otherwise you develop up with habit in your loved ones otherwise you develop up with meals insecurity, you do not perceive that stuff,” Bones reasoned. 

The 41-year-old added, “So for me, it is not a lot about being in politics because it’s about being within the folks enterprise and having some folks get their voices heard that do not usually get their voices heard.”

Bones pointed that generally socioeconomic insecurity is a “cycle.”

“How do you break it? Schooling is an enormous a part of my life. I attempt to assist. I’ve scholarships that I pay for for folks to hopefully break that cycle. So for me, if I by no means run for workplace, that is superior, as a result of I did not really feel the decision to need to get in. I really feel like persons are doing the work that I’d do. However who is aware of? It may very well be ahead of later,” he teased.

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“Breaking Bobby Bones” premieres Monday, Might 31 at 10 p.m. ET on Nationwide Geographic

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