tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC November 18, 2016 10:35pm-11:37pm MST
>> dicky: from hollywood it's ?jimmy kimmel live?! tonight matthew broderick, from the los angeles rams, william hayes and tip. and in you, have mercy -- here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: hi, everybody. i'm jimmy. i'm the host short. thanks for watching. thanks for coming. that's very nice. i appreciate it. i'm happy to see you too. you know, it was another interesting day in america today.
already begun at the white house this morning. president obama sat down with president-elect trump, but trump did a funny thing. he came in and said, you're fired. you know, and they left. this is the first time they met. they never met before. that must have been so strange. sasha, malia, come down, meet the man who questioned daddy's citizenship for eight years. they met for about 90 minutes. they were only supposed to meet for 15 minutes but trump had questions for obama, like, how the hell do i get out of t at the end of the meeting they were besieged by reporters in the oval office at which point the president offered mr. trump some unsolicited advice for dealing with the press. >> thank you, everybody. we're not -- we are not going to be taking any questions. thank you, guys, thank you. that's a good rule. don't answer questions when they just start -- >> answer one. >> come on, guys. come on, guys.
>> very, very good man. you're a very good man. >> appreciate it. thank you. >> very good man. two days ago, he was a disaster, now he's a very good man? it's also, how can he pretend it's a normal transfer of power? donald trump is against everything barack obama stands for. it's batman handing the keys of the cave over to the joker. while their husbands were talking, the first lady met with float flotus to be melania trump. that went something like this. michelle said, welcome to the white house, mrs. trump, and melania said, welcome to the white house, mrs. trump. [ laughter ] so they got along. [ cheers and applause ] and then vice president joe biden got together with incoming vice president mike pence. biden went over the primary responsibilities of being vice president, which are not falling asleep at the state of the union address, and that's about it. so they covered that. of course, while our leaders try to make the best of this, millions of americans were very unhappy about how this election played out. thousands of protesters took to
chicago, new york, here in l.a., a number of cities this went on. which i have to say, it's somewhat refreshing to see people angry in real life instead of just on facebook, isn't it? this was a scene in austin, texas. you can see here when it comes to the protest march, the american people are a little bit out of practice. >> you can't trust the poles. even the ones -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: guillermo wrote that joke earlier, thanks. >> guillermo: you're welcome. >> jimmy: it was a very busy day at the white house today. in addition to the trumps, they welcomed the cleveland cavaliers to be honored for winning the nba title this year. it happened to be on the same day that trump came. there was one awkward moment when lebron james grabbed the basketball to sign it, turned
but otherwise it went without a hitch. [ laughter ] in other cleveland sports news, major league baseball, you know how leagues will donate the world champion super bowl or the world series, whatever the merchandise for the team that lost, to third-world countries to wear them just for clothes? well, they made thousands of cleveland indian world champion shirts, sweatshirts, and hats. the cubs won. so they have to get rid of it. usually they donate this stuff to charity but not this time. well, they claim it's because they need by not putting those championship shirts out there for the team that wasn't champion. the real reason is the logo is a cartoon indian, and you can't ship that to india. that's confusing. [ laughter ] they're destroying the shirts instead. now, i guess, people in third world countries will be forced to wear "i'm with her" shirts, i don't know. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] meanwhile, while everyone is flipping out about this election, there are other things, important things we need
>> right now on fox 35 news at 11:00. >> new tonight, a squirrel on a rampage. good evening. >> it attacked several people at a senior living center. >> jimmy: it's a squirrel on the rampage! this is what news was like before the election happened. here's more. >> we had a squirrel that entered our building, and it's in our activity room, and it's jumping on people and biting them and scratching them so we need help. >> staffers at the complex told 911 they were eventually able to throw the squirrel out of the building. but not before it bit several people. >> jimmy: at least the squirrel comes to visit unlike your grandchildren. [ laughter ] our thoughts and prayers are with them. [ cheers and applause ] you know, if there's once i ever thought it would go on its own, it's florida, but there's a movement in california called
they want a referendum to secede from the united states, which is basically the political equivalent of threatening to run away from home when you're 5 years old, but that's california for you. we are so angry at the guy who wants to build a wall, we want to build a wall. [ laughter ] people in this state are frustrated, but it's important to remember election day was not just about the white house. we elected a new senator here, we legalized marijuana here, we said no to condoms in porn, and these were just the actual propositions. these don't include -- on polling place in hollywood to ask people who just cast votes coming out of the polls to give their thoughts on some things we made up in the special election edition of "exit troll." >> would you be more inclined to vote for a candidate who is pro-life or anti- not pro-life. >> anti- not pro-life? yeah. >> a being educated and j being
you say you are? >> i would say a. >> do you understand more than 50% of 50% of the propositions? >> i would like to think so. >> on a scale of 1 to 14 how competent are you with that answer? >> i'm going to go with a 4, because this has been a confusing interview. >> how did you vote on the referen referendum? up or down? >> up. >> okay. >> did you vote up or down on the referendum? >> in the middle. >> did you vote up orow the referendum? >> up and down. yeah. >> up and down? yeah. >> marijuana was on the ballot. >> yep. >> was there any marijuana in you today? >> not yet. >> how many times do you plan on voting today, between now and when the polls close? >> well, as many times as i can. >> okay. if hillary clinton was a latino boy, 6 years of age, and donald trump was a black woman, who do you think you would have been
>> probably the adult. >> yeah, you would have had to vote for donald trump as an adult black woman? >> prob -- no -- yeah -- that's a tough one. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: they're all kind of tough. when we come back from the break there's a player for the los angeles rams, william hayes, he doesn't believe in dinosaurs, doesn't believe they ever were. i took william to the history museum here in town. well, we'll be right back with that so stick around.
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>> jimmy: welcome back to the show, butch walker sitting in with the cletones tonight. first it is time for the educational portion of our show. as you know, l.a. has a football team, the rams are back, and there's a player on the team, william hayes, two interesting things. one, he believes in mermaids, and two, he doesn't believe in dinosaurs, for real, he thinks dinosaurs ar hoax cooked up by rascally archaeologists, i don't know. i decided to take williams on a field trip to the l.a. natural history museum where they have all sorts of dinosaur bones. here is my dinosaur day with william hayes. ? ? open on the door get on the floor ?
when you realized you didn't believe in dinosaurs? >> jimmy, i don't really believe i ever did. >> jimmy: never? even as a kid, learning about dinosaurs, you didn't believe them? >> i don't have a big imagination. >> jimmy: i think skepticism is a good quality to have. i think we should challenge the things we're expected to believe. >> okay. >> jimmy: not necessarily to this extent. but let's take a look around, see what you think. look at that. this doesn't move you in any way? >> absolutely not. [ laughter ] >> what do you think these are? >> [ bleep ] clay. >> jimmy: maybe it is clay, i don't know. how are you doing? >> good morning. my name is daniel. i'm an educator here for the natural history museum. >> jimmy: we need you, dave. >> please. >> jimmy: have you met people who don't believe in dinosaurs before? >> every now and then. >> are you able to persuade them
experiences with these. >> your personal experiences as in? >> as in actually going out and digging for dinosaurs. >> you never dug up a dinosaur before? >> yes, i have. >> where? >> utah. >> jimmy: if daniel has pictures will you believe? >> absolutely not. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you believe -- >> whoever dug those dinosaurs probably put them there. >> jimmy: you think somebody planted the bones under the ground? >> and they knew where to go get them from. >> i don't know about that. >> jimmy: well, of course you don't know, you're the one who was tricked. [ laughter ] >> the fossils that i dug up personally, actually found using a jackhammer, i don't think anybody -- >> jimmy: do you believe in jack hammers? >> i've seen jack hammers before. >> jimmy: yeah. >> here we have our t-rex skull, and it is one of the most complete t-rex skulls ever found. >> so those are real teeth from the t-rex? >> the lower jaw is pretty complete. take a look in between the cracks, we put in things like clay and glue to hold it together. >> jimmy: so you're saying this is a -- a lot of this is clay? >> not a lot.
>> jimmy: a lot. >> a lot of it's clay. you can definitely tell. ? boom boom ? >> when a bone gets covered in mud, that mud would harden and water will come in through the cracks and replace the bone with minerals. and you're left with a natural replica. >> that's a real dinosaur bone? >> this is a natural copy, basically. a fossil. >> jimmy: it's a copy? >> a copy? >> yes. >> jimmy: how many people are involved in this scam, daniel? >> i understand why it's hard for people to believe that these animals d point -- >> ain't nobody seen them. >> also because they're just ridiculous in size. >> jimmy: so is he. >> yeah. >> jimmy: what about pokemon? are those real? >> no, not so much. >> what about mermaids? >> jimmy: yeah, what about mermaids? >> we haven't found any evidence of mermaids so far. >> jimmy: you do believe in mermaids? >> absolutely. >> jimmy: why do you believe in mermaids but not dinosaurs? >> i feel like it's a large body of water, we haven't discovered,
water every day. who's to say a mermaid couldn't be down there? >> jimmy: you believe in the possibility. >> the possibility. >> jimmy: not in mermaids themselves. >> absolutely. >> jimmy: would you have sex with a mermaid? >> if she was bad enough. i'd give to it her. >> jimmy: would you have sex with a dinosaur? >> no. >> jimmy: you love them. >> no, i would not have sex with a dinosaur. >> jimmy: i'm glad we established this, let's keep going. >> right here we have >> jimmy: are birds sign daughters? >> birds are dinosaurs. >> jimmy: when we look the at fossils -- >> >> not we. y'all looked at fossils. >> jimmy: you and your friends that are involved in this conspiracy. >> completely [ bleep ]ed up. is a giraffe a dinosaur? >> giraffe is not a dinosaur. >> jimmy: did you see "giraffe-ic park"?
dinosaurs? >> no, they are not. they were here when dinosaurs were here. right here you can see -- pacasitusataki. >> jimmy: to you too. looks like a dog or anteater or something. >> it's actually the ancient ancestor of modern-day settations or whales, dolphins and porpoises. >> that's a whale? >> come on man. come on, jimmy. >> jimmy: it's not a whale. >> hell no it ain't no whale. i can tell you that right now. >> jimmy: you have that wrong, you've got to redo this, it's wrong. >> do you believe that? >> jimmy: that, no way. >> what's that? >> jimmy: oh, no. whoa. daniel? >> this is arty and he is the earliest species that would have walked upright. >> so that's supposed to be a hu-monkey? >> it's not a monkey. >> jimmy: it's a hu-monkey. >> it's a human.
monkeys? >> no, we don't. >> jimmy: we come from hu-monkeys. >> that's a horse. >> we have horses here during the last ice age. >> it could be a unicorn. >> jimmy: do you believe in unicorns? >> [ bleep ] i do now. seeing this. [ laughter ] >> we have our centerpiece. >> jimmy: these look real to me. >> most of them are original. except for the baby. the baby's a complete replica. >> jimmy: see, that's part of the problem. >> jesus! >> jimmy: tackle it! >> you got that running around like that? >> jimmy: this is part of the problem. when you put fake dinosaurs in here it confuses william, now he doesn't know what to believe. this is a real skeleton. this is a puppet. how do we know that's real? how do i know you're real? can i pull your beard? >> you can. >> jimmy: it does feel real, feel his beard.
is a lot to take in. this does not change your mind at all? >> it absolutely has. >> jimmy: it has changed your mind? >> yeah. >> jimmy: oh. >> it changed my mind that mermaids are just not in the water now, they could be like on land. >> jimmy: oh. so if anything, this has brought you closer to a belief in mermaids? >> absolutely. so my search for ariel has intensified even more now. i appreciate that. >> jimmy: thanks, daniel. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thanks to william hayes and my most sincere apologies to daniel, daniel asked to be transferred to the bier fly exhibit. we have a good show, music from t.i., aka tip. butch walker is here. be right back with matthew broderick so stick around!
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>> jimmy: that's butch walker sitting in with the cletones. this is his latest album ?stay gold." that's exactly in the morning, by the way. sounds great, thank you for being here. tonight, this is his new ep, it's called ?us or else.? tip is here to chat with us and perform for us on the ciroc stage. tip used to go by t.i., but now he's tip. with a ?p.? this is an interesting fact. he bought the p. from diddy. that's why he doesn't have a "p" anymore. we'll figure out that when he gets here. tomorrow night from hamilton,
albert tsai and we'll have music from banks. so please join us tomorrow night, we have a new show then. our first guest tonight was taking the day off to watch the cubs long before they were winners. he is a two-time tony award winner whom you can see alongside warren beatty and an all-star-cast in the new movie ?rules don't apply." november 23rd. please welcome matthew broderick! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: how are you? >> i'm good. good. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thanks for coming. >> oh, thank you very much for that, ladies and gentlemen. >> jimmy: you have a big premiere right across the street from us. >> right across the street, that's why i'm wearing this suit. >> jimmy: you don't dress up? >> on the show i would.
it. >> i've not been on this show. >> jimmy: i know. that's weird. you came, you're very nice. you shot something for our show with nathan lane. we did a parody of "the producers." >> yeah. >> jimmy: in which the prank was you were running donald trump for president. >> right, ha ha. >> jimmy: and of course he would never win. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: turns out -- >> well, i guess we helped? i don't know. >> jimmy: it came around to bite outside the ass. >> kicked us in the ass, yes. we'll see, let's hope for the best. >> jimmy: this movie with warren beatty, a red carpet over there, is it something you get nervous about? the reactions to the film? oh, sure. >> jimmy: you do? >> yes. >> jimmy: to this day? >> to this day. >> jimmy: have you been in a situation where you get to the premiere and it goes badly? >> yes, i have. >> jimmy: you have. >> not often. >> jimmy: every once in awhile. >> 20, 30 times or something. [ laughter ] it's bad, you know. it's worse at a play. >> jimmy: oh, it is? really? why?
come that night. >> jimmy: oh. >> opening night, you go to the party, and you're eating, and reviews start to appear on people's phones. used to be, throw the paper, but it's not like that anymore. now it's a glowing, oh, and then -- but you don't know it if you're an actor in the play, well, i don't want to read it. i don't know. so, like, it's another glass of wine, you know. they say, does and there's nobody. the whole room -- >> jimmy: people distance themselves from you? >> they distance the whole party can be just gone almost instantaneously. from a bad review. >> jimmy: that's crazy, wow. >> it's a great feeling. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what was your first hollywood premiere, going to one of these movies, big opening of the film? >> oh, well, i think it was "war games," actually. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. that was a good one. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: where was that? >> it was in west wood.
true, but i think i drove myself to it. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: so you pulled up in a limo? >> no, i think in my car. i was new to l.a. and i liked that i had a car, you know? >> jimmy: right. >> and i drove and parked in a garage. and then i was like, it's kind of far. and i just remember walking through lots of parking lots, you know? you know, and i hope i'm not late, and it's my big night, and i did make it. >> jimmy: wow, that's very strange. >> i used to walk in l.a. mo >> jimmy: you're not supposed to do that here. i think it's illegal. [ laughter ] >> yeah. i lived in santa monica and i would walk to get a coffee or whatever and there would be -- one evening i remember, there was nobody around. if you walk, you're alone basically. unlike new york. a guy, one night, i was walking, and there was a guy, hey, can i ask you something? i said, what? he said, how much do you think this is worth? he showed me.
and he said what do you think? what do you think that might be worth? and i said, i don't know. maybe, you know, maybe $20. something like that, i don't know. he said, would you give me $10 for this dental mirror? [ laughter ] and i was, like, no, i don't see where i would need that. it looks quite used, you know, so, no. >> jimmy: it wasn't sterile, yeah. >> exactly, sterile. had it been sterile, $10, yes. >> jimmy: you're too approachable. di tell you things? >> well, here it happens to me. just last night i got here, and i got off the plane, and i was -- i wanted to stretch my legs, took a walk around the holt. hotel. again, totally empty. nobody walking. >> jimmy: yeah, right. >> i'm alone, i think. and then suddenly i hear a noise, a guy runs up to me, he said i'm so glad i ran into you. i wanted to tell you this. my sister built your kitchen
>> jimmy: what? >> i just always wanted you to know that, she said it was a hard job, she was trying to make them so the kids wouldn't -- couldn't get in to get a sharp knife out of it. i just wanted you to know that." [ laughter ] >> i said, thank you, the cabinets are beautiful. and he said, and i directed a movie -- >> jimmy: oh, yeah, that i just happen to have on me. >> my feet are not really reaching the floor. >> jimmy: you'll get taller, don't worry. >> did the cubs invite you to the world sees it seems like that -- it was a big moment in cubs history, at least as far as movies are concerned. ferris bueller, 30 years. >> 30 years. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: did you get any kind of special treatment? have you been to wrigley field? >> a few times they said, would you like to come -- but it's not worked out. they did not invite me -- maybe that's a good thing. maybe i was part of the jinx,
>> jimmy: you're a mets fan, though, correct? >> mets fan. >> jimmy: you were excited for the cubs? >> i was. although when they stop being losers you immediately get angry, i find. the red sox, oh, the red sox, always liked the red sox, and then they won a bunch of times, like, [ bleep ]. >> jimmy: i feel the same way about the red sox. [ applause ] on that, we'll take a break. disregard the bleep you just heard. matthew broderick is here. we'll be right back. philips son, the no.1 choice of dentists. compared to oral-b 7000, philips sonicare flexcare platinum removes significantly more plaque. this is the sound of sonic technology cleaning deep between teeth. hear the difference? get healthier gums in just 2 weeks vs a manual toothbrush and experience an amazing feel of clean. innovation and you. philips sonicare.
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warren beatty, that's a good movie. i have to say i was wondering because warren beatty still has it. that movie, it's great. you'll be happy. when you get to the premiere, i think. >> i'm very excited. >> jimmy: did he call you, say, hey, i'd love you to be in the film? >> yeah, more or less. he -- what happened was my agent called me -- i was walking again on 5th avenue. >> jimmy: we need to get you a treadmill. [ laughter ] >> i don't need it, i just wa call you about a movie he's never going to make, so don't worry about it, but talk to him anyway. i called. hello? hi, it's warren beatty. talk, talk, talk. we talked a long time. he was so charming, so nice, i was talking to warren beatty, i was so happy. he never brought up the movie but it was a great talk. [ laughter ] he said, i have to go, can i call you next week? i said, yes. next week, another talk, nice talk, nothing about the movie.
and then another one maybe, and then, do you ever come to l.a.? and i did come to l.a., this is where i live. i go up to the house, and i ring bell, he answers, warren beatty, you know, white shirt, white pants, good humor man but very beautiful. beautifully tailored. and we sat, where do we have dinner? should we eat out, should we eat here? i don't know. that went on a long time. [ laughter ] until annette bening was just eat here, and gave us pasta. not in an angry way -- >> jimmy: probably heard this before? >> i guess so. >> jimmy: right. >> then finally after we ate and talked some more he said, i'm doing a movie and i'd like you to be in it. i thought he'd say, read scenes with me. he said, do you want to be in it? i said, sure, of course i want to be in it, you're warren beatty. he said, go in the library and read it.
and warren kept sticking his head in, are you done? [ laughter ] i'm a slow reader, warren. but i'm getting there. i really like it. we talk some more. i said, i have to go home now or i'm going to crash into a tree. i can barely -- i have to go home, i'm sorry. he said, stay here, stay in the guest room. i stayed there. next morning i had oatmeal. [ laughter ] finally, like, i got to get new clothes. i went home, and i came back, and he said, i like to rehearse. anyway, i'm sorry to take so long to explain to you what happened. >> jimmy: no, i feel like i'm in his house right now. [ laughter ] i see why you guys never decided on dinner. [ laughter ] >> didn't decide anything. i'm still -- yeah. anyway. i ended up staying in the guest -- he had a guest house, and he's, like, you should just stay there for this shoot. >> jimmy: the whole shoot? >> the whole shoot. the rehearsal period, went home a little bit, but the shoot, i was living at his house, driving a car.
this toyota camry rental, or would you like warren's mercedes? i was like, i want warren's car. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> i drove warren's car, i lived in his home. >> jimmy: what? >> i did his movie. i played kind of his butler or something in the movie, and i was really that. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: miraculous. well, whatever -- maybe that was part of the method. >> maybe it's his genius, he says it is. >> jimmy: oh, he does. okay, he does. >> jimmy: he plays howard hughes. the movie's terrific, it's ?rules don't apply? opens in theaters november 23rd. matthew broderick, thank you for the interview. be right back with tip! [ cheers and applause ] ? oh caroline. so corporate put you up in a roadside motel.
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latest is called "us or else." please welcome the artist formally known as t.i., tip. [ cheers and applause ] ? ? >> jimmy: i have to tell you, you have no idea how many e e-mails i got that it's tip, not t.i. it's hard for me, you get it in your head, and that's it. you know, to me, you're t.i., but i have to relearn everything i ever knew. >> nope, no, don't get old on me, jimmy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's happening. do you want me to die? there's no other way. >> i know. >> jimmy: why are you now tip? >> well, tip is my name. you know, that's my childhood name. that was given to me by my father. >> jimmy: isn't it clifford?
calls me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: sorry about that. >> judges, policemen, and bankers. know what i mean? the only ones. >> jimmy: okay. >> my name -- my family name is tip given to me my by father, mother, grandmother, like everyone -- >> jimmy: that's what everybody calls you. >> yes. >> jimmy: why did you go by t.i. in the first place? >> well, you know, i -- >> jimmy: oh, it's a good question in a way. [ laughter ] >> when i found myself in very good company on the same label with q-tip. >> jimmy: right, oh. >> and l.a. reid at the time felt it was kind of confusing having two tips on the same gable. since i was the new guy -- >> jimmy: you didn't get to be tip. that's so interesting. >> so i had to change my name. >> jimmy: is q-tip mad you're tip? he's like, hey, i'm still tip over here. >> are you trying to create beef, jimmy? >> jimmy: i am. [ laughter ] >> no, man. >> jimmy: imagine what a barbecue we could have.
phenomenal relationship. >> jimmy: oh, you do? okay, good. i'm glad there's no problems there. >> looking forward to the next track. >> jimmy: are you happier now as tip than as t.i.? >> you know what, i have not had a chance to think about it, but now that you mention it, i do feel a little bit better. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you have a pendant on. is that your family? >> yes, this is my entire family. >> jimmy: oh, how about that. >> actually, it's minus my youngest daughter. eris. she wasn't born at the time of the picture. >> jimmy: maybe you want to photoshop her picture? her head in there? >> i have another chain i wear that has her. >> jimmy: your wife is tiny, and then the kids' names are? >> jimmy: zonik, mesia dasias king, major, and now aris. >> jimmy: your last name is harris. so it's aris harris? >> yes. >> jimmy: she's going to be angry about that eventually. [ laughter ]
>> i think she's going to enjoy it, know what i mean? >> jimmy: you should be naming hurricanes. [ laughter ] hurricane aris. [ applause ] you were at the protest at trump tower in new york last night, right? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: how many people do you guess were there? >> thousands, 10,000, 12,000. >> jimmy: how did you get word there was going to be a protest? >> i saw it on the news. >> jimmy: oh >> i was around the corner at the studio. i just walked over there. >> jimmy: you walked over. were people like, oh my god, tip is here! i was going to say t.i. [ laughter ] >> well, i mean, people notice me, not just -- not all 12,000, but you know, the people who were around me, they noticed me, but they wasn't as much fanfare as you may expect, and in the large group, it was more so, hey, that's -- thank you for being out here with us.
>> jimmy: what was the message you wanted to send there? you know, a lot of people say, we had the election. it happened. >> sure. >> jimmy: we're a few days late with the movements. you know? >> sure. >> jimmy: what was the message? >> nobody in their right mind can ever assume that, you know, just gathering and going somewhere and showing your incredible disdain for a decision the nation made will do anything immediately. however, when i look at my kids in the e takes place, i voted, and i've done everything that i could do prior to now, but after the decision of the election had happened, i just want to be able to look my kids in the eyes and make sure they know i did everything that the constitution allows me to do to show my objection to this decision. >> jimmy: i see. i see. this album, "us or else," the it's the u.s., you've got the
you've recorded? or an ep? >> yes, i guess in a way it could be considered a protest album. it's protesting against police brutality and, you know, it's really in memory of all of the young men and women who have lost their lives at the hand of law enforcement unnecessarily out there in the communities with no accountability whatsoever, and i mean, i just want to see the nation head in a better direction. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i gotcha. nobody can argue with that. you're going to perform for us tonight? >> why not. >> jimmy: what song are you going to do for us tonight? have you decided yet? >> i could do "black man," if i could get -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we'll figure it out. we'll figure it out. [ cheers and applause ] >> i'll throw something together. >> jimmy: tip is here.
by ciroc. let's get it. >> jimmy: i want to thank butch walker, matthew broderick, william hayes, apologies to matt damon, we ran out of time. "nightline" is next but first his ep is called "us or else." here with the song "black man," tip! ? ? ? black man drop top there go the cops there go the cops there go the cops ? ? is it because of my people is it bec ? is it because of my jersey it is because that i'm perfect ? ? ? ? ridin down 85 three in the morning why you pull me over sayin you smell marijuana smellin the gas ? ? i said i got a id i got glaucoma he said we ain't in
? runnin real hard shook the taser shook the taser runnin real hard shook the taser shook the taser ? ? i told him can we split it we gon shake em hit my phone when you made it ? ? out of here pj to jamaica naw i ain't tell ya wrong get the paper ? ? been fightin too long against haters my attitude yeah i'm going for the shaders ? ? live from the cracks of the concrete 12 try to take a off the street ? ? make the gun sound now for mike brown take a life when you face down ? ? hoodie gang strong like trayvon gun by the window like detroit red ? ? bring that by the neck of my woods and i bet somebody end up dead ? ? pig in a blanket was you thinkin free that boosie runnin at the police ? ? left him with a slow leak right outside vc tryna keep a phantom like dc ? ? hangout the g like free meek kill a reachin for a cell phone hurt to tell his mama he ain't comin home ? ? that's why i stay strapped all summer long and you know it ? ? black man drop top there go the cops there go the cops there go the cops ? ? there they go there they go ?
it because of my sneakers is it because of my jersey it is because that you nervous ? ? black man running from the law like pac-man try and throw the raw all in the trash can got smoked ? ? by a cop on the dash cam mug shot on the news he a mad man when all he did was hustle to run the cash in ? ? he feedin kids in jail if he wasn't crackin too many felonies on the jacket ? ? all of my brothers turn to assassins we s brothers get put in caskets ? ? too many young baby mothers and baby daddies in the graveyard back then ? ? i went from sittin on clubs to the cashmere you shoulda seen how i flossed on em last year ? ? two maybachs and i had a bad year young countin money like a cashier ? ? white man wanna pay me like i'm u-n-o wanna see me at my funeral ? ? neither of my own homie wanna do me though layin on my dog crib like i'm snoopy though ? ? that's my i ain't even wanna do it though if i don't do it i know he gon do me though ? ? cause he broke and he trippin
just like mother julio black man ? ? black man drop top there go the cops there go the cops there go the cops ? ? there they go there they go ? ? is it because of my people is it because of my sneakers is it because of my jersey ? ? it is because that you nervous ? ? police see i got my hands up still wanna kill me they don't understand us ? ? they be lookin for a reason just to shoot me and wanna do me how they do us in the movies ? ? or how they do it out in baton rouge or fergu baltimore they make excuses ? ? like i did cause i thought he had a pistol or i did it cause i thought he was a muslim ? ? my message to america felon or death here the liquor we die we just substances left here ? ? first you put us in a small hood and then you beat us and you treat us like it's all good ? ? and then shoot us and you screw us economically mentally killin no penalty they can do that legally ? ? bet i can make that think fore you shoot you kill me man there gon be more of some riotin and lootin ? ? we say black lives matter you say all lives but y'all ain't
gon be time for retribution ? ? hope you don't ever see your son in an institution ? ? i know karma is constant and god ain't no nonsense you doin wrong just to run ? ? one day the time gon run out for the dumb ain't no deception tryna get in heaven ? ? you gettin nailed bet it's on your mary and you know what you did for who how ? ? much you really care and what you really felt he gon deny the opportunity to unify with people who look similar ? ? to you and i cause he don't wanna have a ? ? black man drop top there go the cops there go the cops there go the cops ? there they go there they go ? ? is it because of my people is it because of my sneakers ? ? is it because of my jersey it is because that i'm perfect ?
this is "nightline." >> tonight, crossing lines. the woman who took on and took down one of the most powerful men in television news. >> i'm gretchen carlson. >> the former fox news star now breaking her silence. >> i have been fighting for women my entire rife. >> a strong woman revealing tonight how back when she was miss america and then a young reporter, she says she was sexually harassed by others. >> he took my head and he shoved my face into his crotch. >> and she's not the only one. this woman claims head honcho roger ailes harassed her at fox news for 20 years. >> "you're my sex slave, you're going to do whatever i tell you to do at any time." >> saying she was intimidated and pressured into submission. tonight two women say they are speaking out for every woman in
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