tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC November 14, 2017 11:35pm-12:37am EST
>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- owen wilson, from "alias grace", sarah gadon, and music from gucci mane featuring migos, and now, more than ever, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome! hi, everyone. welcome. thank you for watching. thanks for coming. it's very nice.
and i'm glad you're excited because tonight -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: this happens to be a particularly exciting night for america. president trump is home. he came back. he returned home tonight after a 12-day trip to asia. i thought you would be more excited. i don't know. i'll tell you this. he had such a good time. he already made a dinner reservation for tomorrow night at panda express. the president was very impressed with himself. he said the treatment he got in asia was red carpet. he knows they put a red carpet out for puppy bowl. right? and that was very much in display in the philippines where trump got an exceptionally warm welcome from the locals. comparatively, our protests here suck. i mean, where did
giant trump fidget spinner? that's amazing. while he was in town trump attend ad gala dinner hosted by the president of the philippines had is a murderer. he encourages the police to kill people who use drugs. no trials. he's a monster. so of course he and donald trump get along swimmingly. so this is from their dinner. duterte made a toast to welcome him. this is what i always dreamed a donald trump presidency would look like. him being forced to wear an adult sized baptism dress, with food he doesn't eat no, beauty queens. he is so uncomfortable. this is how i envisioned it would happen. when the dinner was over, that shirt went right in the little bathroom of air force one. garbage. it wasn't all blouse wearing in the philippines for the president. he spoke
nations summit yesterday to let everyone know how great america is since he became president. >> as the world knows, the united states since our election on november 8th has been moving ahead really brilliantly on an economic basis. we have the highest stock market we've ever had. we have the lowest unemployment in 17 years. and companies are moving into the united states. a lot of companies are moving. they're moving back. they want to be there. the enthusiasm levels are the highest ever recorded on the charts. >> jimmy: that's actually true. look at the charts. america's enthusiasm levels are number one. just ahead of rock star by post malone. donald trump is back in washington where he has a lot of fox and friends to catch up on on his dvr. there's a lot going on in washington. the senate foreign relations committee had a hearing to discussion whether president
nuclear weapon or whether his ipad should have some parental controls put on it. his attorney general jeff sessions testified in front of the house judiciary committee on the subject of collusion with russia. he was not forth coming. not since finding dori have i seen a character have this much trouble with their memory. jeff sessions, although he didn't remember much, he did remember to bring his wife. she was sitting right behind him. it was like mrs. klaus got divorced and married one of the elves. [ applause ] >> jimmy: to her credit -- she answered just about as many questions as he did. >> attorney general sessions, what we really want to know is, where exactly is your pot of gold? >> i don't recall. >> at the end of the rainbow. >> i don't recall it. >> sir, is your
pot? >> sir, do you have any aliases? >> i use the same -- i have a sued nim also. i understand all cabinet officials do. >> is one of those ernie keebler? yes or no? >> i don't recall. >> how about dobbie the house elf? >> i'm not -- >> just answer the question, sir. >> i don't recall. >> what about your lucky charms? are they or are they not magically delicious? >> yes. >> thank you, attorney general, for your honesty in these proceedings. i have no further questions. >> we did get something out of him. by the way, this is not good news for team trump. yesterday we learned that donald trump jr., d.j.t.j., get that going, all right? start saying it. in regular contact with wikileaks during his father's campaign which might have something to do with why donald
during the campaign more time than he said he loved melania. he responded to three of the tweets. my favorite part of the story is his first response to wikileaks started with, put it up on the screen. this is real. it started with off the record. now, this is wikileaks. the word leaks is right in the name. there is no off the record with them. so anyway, junior donald tried to minimize his relationship with wikileaks on his twitter account but they did have a relationship. it's possible he thought he was in a conversation with mimi leaks instead of wikileaks from real housewives. it is still -- what's going on? >> james kimmel, we are everywhere. we are legion. we are wikileaks. >> jimmy: how did you get past our fire wall? >> we got your password. >> jimmy: how did you get our password? >> it was 1, 2, 3, 4.
>> jimmy: all right. what do you want? what can i do for you? >> we would like to make a statement regarding our relationship with donald trump jr. >> jimmy: so do you admit to having a relationship with donald trump jr. >> no, no, we don't have a relationship. >> jimmy: well, you direct messaged him on twitter and he sent you back four red heart emoenlis and an egg plant. >> less of a relationship, more of a friends with benefits thing. >> jimmy: so it wasn't a relationship? it was a friendship? >> we're not putting labels on things. we're open the colluding with other people. >> jimmy: all right. thank you for clarifying that. i appreciate it. >> if you're looking, we would love to kick it. >> jimmy: i'll keep that in mind. if do i kick it, i will -- >> by the way, it was your birthday yesterday, right? >> jimmy: it was, yes. >> happy birthday. born in 1967. right? >> jimmy: yeah. >> what was the name of your first pet? >> jimmy: it was peek a boo. wait a minute.
i'm not -- >> talk to you later bro head 1113! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: none of the news is encouraging for the future of the trump administration. so they're adding new twists, something to distract us. the department of justice is deciding whether or not to appoint a special counsel to investigate hillary clinton. we have to be very careful investigating hillary clinton. saying her name three times, she runs for president automatically. but at this point, donald trump would lock hillary clinton up for the murder on the orient express right now. and his supporters are so very passionate about hating hillary clinton, it seems sometimes like maybe they forgot she lost. that she's not the president. he's the president. we went out on the street this afternoon. we asked people, should hillary clinton be impeached? [ laughter ] hillary clinton doesn't have a job to get impch
did that stop people demanding she be removed from office? let's find out. >> do you think hillary clinton should be impeached? >> yes. definitely. for what she's done, the way that she's kind of -- more or less, with the russian deal and all that going on. she definitely should be out. >> do you think hillary clinton should be impeached? >> yes. >> for what crimes? >> for -- i'm not a political person at all. i have no clue. >> would you support congress in impeaching hillary clinton? >> yes. i would. >> what are hillary clinton's impeachable offenses? >> just beside her numerous lies to the public, probably all the e-mails that mysteriously just disappeared. >> what kinds of crimes would you include in the articles of impeachment? >> extortion, treason, if there was a benedict arnold law, it would be her. yeah, basically. >> what kind of crimes would you include in hillary's articles
impeachment? >> i mean, that's like a wide range of crimes, political crimes. human crimes. those, the list could go on. >> what would it take for congress to act now and remove hillary from office? >> well, they haven't done anything yet. so i think they should get together and say, hey, we the people should take care of the people of the united states, what she has done is wrong. we should impeach her. >> you tell me. what is a bigger threat on america? >> okay. >> climate change or hillary clinton? >> hillary clinton. >> guns or hillary clinton? hillary clinton. >> isis or hillary clinton? >> they're about even. >> would you like to look into the camera is that call on congress to impeach hillary clinton? >> she needs to be impeached. hillary needs to be impeached. >> do you think hillary clinton should be impeached? >>
if she broke the law and they found out -- impeached? no. hillary ain't even in office. never mind. you tried to get me. [ applause ] >> jimmy: all right. we'll take a break. when we come back, i'll tell but my birthday party last night. and i have outtakes from mean tweets that are funny. so stick around. we'll be right back.
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one of the worst ones of all of them but it turned out to be a lot of fun. i got messages, e-mails, phone calls. i got a phone call starting with a call from my aunt chippy. every year on my birthday my aunt chippy calls. usually between 5:00 and 6:00 in the morning. it gets earlier every year. it is not like a time difference, like she's calling from new york. she lives in las vegas. it is the same time zone. it is still dark outside when she dials the phone. she does it on purpose. so i learned finally to turn my phone off the night before my birthday. this is my tradition. unfortunately, i forgot to do that this year. so yesterday morning at 6:06 a.m., my phone starts buzzing. i reach over, i get it, i know it's her and i slide it right to the voicemail. now, some people thought maybe this was a joke. this is not a joke. this is really my aunt jokey and this is the message i got. >> what kind of crap is
your birthday? it's your aunt! i was there when you were born. i am so happy you're 50. welcome to the 50s. i love you. i want you to know i have all good thoughts about you. not all good thoughts but a lot of good thoughts about you today. i'll keep you in my head. if you get a chance, call me back. i want to hear your wonderful voice. i love you. give everybody kisses. bye, sweetheart. >> jimmy: it's like -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's sweet he and terrible at the same time. it's like if a cigarette could talk really. that's how my birthday started. then last night on the show, my co-workers planned a whole show of surprises for me. huey lewis and the news were here. adam sandler, george clooney. now you feel bad you're here tonight, right? j.j. abrams and ben
a kid and they turned it into a full on super hero movie. a whole bunch of famous actors playing these characters that i drew when i was little. and then james taylor came out and sang sweet baby james which he wrote about me. it was like having one of those sweet 16 parties when you're diddy's kid. i want to thank everyone here for sneaking around my back without my knowing. guillermo, how much did you know? and remember, you're under oath. how much did you know about what was going on? >> everything. >> jimmy: they trusted with you all the information. >> yes, jimmy. >> jimmy: did you know donald trump jr. was colluding with wikileaks? >> no, no. >> jimmy: that you didn't know. so you influence whole deal. >> yes. >> jimmy: so also last night -- what? >> they told me tonight say anything. >> and you didn't. you kept quiet. >> i did. >> jimmy: a bunch of famous people read mean tweets about me which my mot
me. why would these people say these things about you? she wanted to know where they live. she's italian. one of the celebrities who read mean tweets about me was larry david. and larry really enjoyed it. >> there is going to sound fantastic but i forgot jimmy kimmel's name. so i googled. ugly late night talk show host. and i got it. >> jimmy: and never has anyone been more delighted by a mean tweet than that. so this morning, everybody here was telling me, that was one of the few tweets that he read that he used because he couldn't stop laughing through the whole thing. so i asked to see they will. and i thought i would share it with you. here's larry david unable to curb his enthusiasm about a lack of enthusiasm for me. >> and action. >> i bet jimmy
like a fat slob if i never became a celebrity. pretty funny. can we talk about jimmy kimmel -- [ laughter ] these people are so mean. he i'll bet they're writing the same things about me. can we talk about jimmy kimmel isn't funny ever? where is the self-loathing? he's always looking like he's real upset -- [ laughter ] oh, man! i can't believe you had me reading this stuff. jimmy kimmel always looking like he -- [ laughter ] [ bleep ] jimmy kimmel always looking like he real upset that he on tv and has to take a big poop.
the only power jimmy kimmel has is he can jiggle the 13 -- who picked these out? you're crazy. the only power jimmy kimmel has is he can jiggle the 13th -- [ laughter ] oh, my god. it's so mean. tonight power jimmy kimmel has is he can jiggle the 13 fat he roles under the beard on his face. jimmy kimmel -- jimmy kimmel isn't funny. are we ever going to embrace that as a people? jimmy kimmel is the most arrogant -- [ laughter ] i'm not supposed to laugh during this, right? jimmy kimmel is the most arrogant -- [ laughter ] jimmy kimmel is the most arrogant egg plant i've ever seen.
[ cheers and applause ] i don't know how to take that. but i'm happy because i didn't think larry was capable of that kind of joy in his life. we have a good show tonight. we have he music from gucci mane and migos. sarah gadon is here. and we'll be right back with owen wilson. >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by the kmart blue light special. find amazing deals now at kmart.com.
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>> jimmy: tonight, from the show "alias grace" on netflix, sarah gadon is here. then, his latest album is called "mr. davis", gucci mane with migos from the mercedes-benz stage. tomorrow night, colin farrell will be here, patton oswalt will join us, and we'll have music from bishop briggs. on thursday, tracee ellis ross, fiona shaw, and music from manchester orchestra. our first guest is a terrific actor who over the course of his career played a hansel, a dignan, and a lightning mcqueen. you can see him next as a dad named nate in the new movie "wonder" -- opens in theaters friday. please say hello to owen wilson.
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: very good to see you. how are you? >> i'm good, i'm good. i have to say, happy birthday. >> jimmy: thank you very much. it was my birthday yesterday. they've heard enough about it. you have a birthday coming up this weekend. >> i do. i have one coming up. >> jimmy: may i ask how old you will be? >> 49. it's catching up to you. >> jimmy: you never really can catch up unless i am to die. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you are a scorpio. do people ask you what your sign is regularly? >> sometimes, yeah. sometimes they guess.
it seems like one, you say you're a scorpio and people go, oh! i'm kind of, i embrace it. i lean into it. >> jimmy: you have to. >> i can always pivot to my chinese sign, astrological. >> jimmy: what is it? the year of the -- the rat or whatever? >> not rat. >> jimmy: i didn't know. >> what else could i be? i'm a monkey, of course. >> jimmy: oh, you're a monkey. i didn't know that. you seem so human-like. >> what are you? >> jimmy: i don't know. i don't know what my chinese one. guillermo, will you look that up? >> i think you're a lion. >> jimmy: he doesn't know. i got you a birthday present. >> that's so thoughtful. i'm embarrassed because i didn't -- >> jimmy: you can open it if you like. >> i don't know if my grandmother would approve of the wrapping job.
wrapping but i thought i wanted to give you a little something. i know it is coming up and i figured, why not? >> well, thank you. >> did you want to open it? >> i am going to open it. i feel bad because i didn't -- look at this! wow! >> jimmy: that's for you. >> my color and then it's -- [ applause ] it says jk? >> jimmy: yeah. j crew. like from germany. they make really nice sweaters there. >> did you regift this to me in. >> jimmy: i didn't regift it. it does look a lot like something my aunt fran gave me yesterday. i hope you wear it and have many, many great years in that sweaters. >> i am going to wear it. >> jimmy: i'll put it over here and we'll send it home. you brought some great pictures of your -- how old are your sons now? >> 6
and so yeah. they just had halloween. >> jimmy: yeah. bed, too. >> and that's fin. mickey mouse. with his friend there. and here is ford, as indiana jones. >> jimmy: that's very solid. >> when fin saw how cool ford's costume was, he said he wasn't mickey mouse. he was creepy mickey mouse. he wanted something edgier, more dangerous. >> jimmy: does ford dress like harrison ford because of the name? or is that a coincidence? >> it is a coincidence but maybe a self-fulfilling prophecy. >> jimmy: it could be like regarding henry by the time he turns 12. [ laughter ] coming one random weird characters. and who is this adorable little girl? >> that's my god daughter
and she went as a little old english lady. >> jimmy: where did they get -- did they make this walker especially for this? >> they put the tennis balls on it. it is very convincing. >> jimmy: very, very cute. almost a little harry carey there. cross dressing harry carey. are you a strict parent? i don't imagine you being particularly strict. >> i'm pretty sfwrikt manners and everything. i'm not unreasonably strict. i guess i'm a little old-fashioned, you know. i've said to both of them, look, i don't care what uncle woody and what uncle willy do, there's no smoking pot in this house. >> jimmy: so you are -- >> my house, my rules. >> jimmy: uncle woody claims he's not doing that anymore. >>
yeah. [ applause ] >> jimmy: are the boys competitive with each other? like you and woody haralson are very comparison. and you and your brothers are -- >> we're very competitive. >> jimmy: in what ways? >> i hope my boys are more competitive about useful things, getting good grades or who can be nicer to me. but it's probably going to be exactly like me and my brothers. who are still to this day, super competitive. we went go-karting together over the summer. and wasn't even the competitiveness over the racing. it was over the names. we needed to have names on the scoreboard. it was like an indoor go-karting track. i was caught off guard when they asked for a name. sometimes you come up with a racing nail. i said lightning mcqueen. i thought that was pretty good. until i saw the scoreboard. and luke's name was smuggler. and that s
just instantly made me like that feeling as a kid where you want to change the rules of the game. now we need to come up with new names. yeah. smuggler. just a great racing name. and it kind of attempts into nascar's history of moon shine. that would have been a good name. moon shine. >> jimmy: it excites the imagination in a lot of ways. so were you -- who was the bad kid in the family? was that you or your brother luke? >> we were all challenges, i think, for my parents. you don't end up at military school because you're acing every test. yeah. [ laughter ] one minute i'm in dallas. the next minute anahei'm in new mexico. >> jimmy: military school, was an ongoing threat?
the great thing about my parents and my dad in particular is that he used humor to sort of deal with us. and he had to. he had a lot to deal with. especially in the teenage years. my dad. he was the chart he member of the 3790 club which stood for three sons, seven high schools, nine colleges, zero degrees. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] that always gets a laugh. really funny. >> jimmy: like the joke is on all of you. >> i know. >> jimmy: tell us about this movie. you are in this film with julia roberts. it is a heart breaking movie but also, a funny movie. and maybe best all, chewbacca is in it. i don't think he's been in any movies other than star wars. >> i guess lucas
liked the script and allowed chewy to make a guest appearance. and julia and i play parents to two children. our son is beginning school for the first time. he's born with facial differences. it is him dealing with that. and it is a very kind of moving, inspiring, yeah. any movie that has chewy in it. >> jimmy: yeah, right. we have a clip. does it need setting up? >> yeah. let's just roll. >> jimmy: okay. we'll roll it and see afterwards. >> you just have to be the bigger person. >> right. >> right. >> look at me. if someone pushes you, push back. don't be afraid.
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>> jimmy: our next guest is a canadian actress who plays a real-life irish murderer from the 19th century. her show is on netflix. it is called "alias grace" please welcome sarah gadon. ♪ >> jimmy: what have you here? >> i was at the airport yesterday and i heard it was your birthday. so i want to say that i got you an airport gift but this is some maple supyrup from canada. i got you the dark taste. >> jimmy: thank you. and you really know
i got you something also. this is a sweater -- >> wow! >> jimmy: it was once owned by owen wilson. >> thank you! >> jimmy: well, thank you very much. i'll put that on waffles and pancakes. so this show is "alias grace." it's historical fiction. it seems like those two things don't go together necessarily. >> it is based on a true story. grace marks was a real person. she imgrated, margaret came along and wrote this historic fiction novel about did she actually do it. >> she wrote the hand maid's tale as well. so it was never determined whether she did or not. >> she cause into question her guilt. whether or not she did it. she was convicted. >> jimmy: we have like a lizzy borden story in the united states. kind of a
>> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: there is a murder and nobody is sure whether she did do it or not. i assume you don't -- do you know -- you don't know what happened. you probably have an opinion on what happened. >> do i. but margaret gave me marching orders when i went out to promote the show and he said you can't tell anybody what you really think. you have to maintain the ambiguity. >> jimmy: what is she going to do? it's not like there's going to be a sequel. >> have you ever seen margaret? >> jimmy: i've seen pictures of her. >> she's pretty intimidating. i'm not going to cross that line. >> jimmy: you're sewing a lot in the show. you learned a lot of skills. is there a quilting camp? >> there's not. but i did to a place in toronto called black creek pioneer village. i went to the boot camp and i learned to feed chickens and milk a
>> jimmy: had they seen a woman before there? >> yeah, yeah. they were really excited when we came. and they put me through the ringer. and i was churning butter and milking cows. >> jimmy: did you deal with the whole thing? >> yeah. we did this. yeah. >> jimmy: we'll make a gif out of that, by the way. my mother, for some reason in like the early 80s decided to start churning her own butter. well, she certain it will didn't have a churn. but there was some process that went on in the house and the butter was like, it was like store bought butter but worse. >> what? i brought mine home and i ate it and it was delicious. >> jimmy: sure. if you're going to churn butter, you might as well eat it. >> it's so brutal. it goes on and on and on. >> jimmy: these are the things we don't appreciate when we go to the supermarket. we just guy brick. >> we're s
>> jimmy: we are. really. did you learn anything? did you milk chickens? >> no. i did milk a cow though and that was pretty cool. >> jimmy: was it cool? it sounds horrible. >> man, you're really killing me. it is pretty intimate. you're kind of, you lean in to the cow. [ laughter ] >> you're milking the cow. >> jimmy: i don't know. okay. you're just driving. you're hypnotized in the show, also. have you ever been hip no tissed? >> yeah. so my dad is a cognitive behavioral therapist. and he always used to joke in grad school, they learned hypnotism. my dad would say when he was in grad school, they would go to parties and hypnotize people. so i said dad, you need to hypnotize me. i need to know what it is li
mom, you're going to film it. so they did it. and i ran to the set. look, this is what it's like, this is what happens, they were like yurgypnotized you? and your mom filmed it? >> jimmy: if you're going to pick two people, your mom and dad are number one and two. >> you're very susceptible to their suggestions. >> are you now susceptible to your dad's suggestions? >> i think i always have been people think it is like something fake, like tarot cards. of course people would be mad that i said thart fake but they are. they're [ bleep ]. >> i went to a psychic one time. i did that. >> jimmy: and? >> it was interesting. i had a friend in toronto who told me, she lost her psychic. >> jimmy: is she single? >> i wasin
too. and it was before the show. so i went to her. i said i'm going to do it. so i went to her house. it was like crazy disaster and there was like a giant dog barking in the back. she pulled out these tarot cards. she started asking questions about my work and she said, i see television. lady, you take that back. you'd better see film. and she's like, no, i see television. and then a few months later this show came up. maybe she was -- >> jimmy: no no. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: now if she said, i see you doing this on television, i would have definitely been impressed. did she laugh when she said she saw television? it is very good to meet you.
>> jimmy: sarah gadon! "alias grace" is streaming now on netflix. and we shall return with music from gucci mane featuring migos. >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes- benz. the best or nothing. still get a refreshing any size soft drink for just one dollar at mcdonald's? with the days getting shorter and your to-do list getting longer, you'll enjoy this ice-cold deliciousness more than ever. hurry over to mcdonald's. ♪
>> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes- benz. the best or nothing. >> jimmy: i'd like to thank owen wilson, sarah gadon and apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time for him. "nightline" is next. but first -- this is his album "mr. davis." here with the song "i get the bag", with some help from migos, gucci mane! ♪ you get the bag and fumble it i get the bag and flip it and tumble it ♪ ♪ straight out the lot 300 cash and the car came with a blunt in it ♪ ♪ lil mama a thot and she got ass and she gon --- up her back ♪ ♪ pull up to the spot living too fast dropping the dope in the stash ♪ ♪ in italy got two foreign hoes they dm me ♪ ♪ drop the top when it's cold but you feel the heat ♪
♪ be real with me keep it 100 just be real with me ♪ ♪ eat it up like it's a feast they say the dope on fleek ♪ ♪ percocet pill on me ice on my neck baby chill with me ♪ ♪ them ---- that flex in the back don't say nothing them ---- will kill for me ♪ ♪ back ends i count in my sleep on fleek 100k spent on a patek phillippe ♪ ♪ ---- i'm a dog eat my treat hop out the frog and leap ♪ ♪ i put them bricks in the fender my ---- she walk around like she kris jenner ♪ ♪ i used to break in and enter then takeoff running like the game of temple ♪ ♪ it's simple i play with her mental momma said she saw me on jimmy kimmel ♪ ♪ count it up 'cause i'm a money symbol walking with the racks i'm looking crippled ♪ ♪ ---- on that ---- then i tip her a nickel for me to take pictures ♪ ♪ not from l.a. but i clip her double my cup pour a triple ♪ ♪ actavis ♪ fox on my body no vivica i'm not your average or typical ♪ ♪ look at my wrist and it's critical hold it up dropping the temperature ♪ ♪ i get that bag on the regular i got a bag on my cellular ♪ ♪ backing up bagging up vegetables bag of them cookies it's medical ♪ ♪ ---- etc cetera ----
♪ i take off landing on nebula as of now 20 m's on my schedule ♪ ♪ you get the bag and fumble it i get the bag and flip it and tumble it ♪ ♪ straight out the lot 300 cash and the car came th a blunt in it ♪ ♪ lil mama a thot and she got ass and she gon ---- up her back ♪ ♪ pull up to the spot living too fast dropping the dope in the stash ♪ ♪ in italy got two foreign hoes they dm me ♪ ♪ drop the top when it's cold but you feel the heat ♪ ♪ be real with me keep it 100 just be real with me ♪ ♪ eat it up like it's a feast they say the dope on fleek ♪ ♪ i know that you ---- getting sick of me these chains on my neck cost a mil' a piece ♪ ♪ i don't even like to freestyle for free i put in the key and i ride the beat ♪ ♪ i won't even come out the house for free i pay a --- to drive for me ♪ ♪ jay-z couldn't even co-sign for me i do what i want 'cause i'm signed to me ♪ ♪ i get the i get the i get the bag ♪ ♪ they get the bag have to cut it in half ♪ ♪ stop the comparing ya'll making me laugh need the rehab i'm addicted to cash ♪ ♪ convertible wop convertible top my dope got a vertical look at it hop ♪ ♪ skrrt skrrt skrrt and it jump out the pot came out of jail and went straight to the top ♪ ♪ take it easy baby middle of summer
♪ don't leave me baby just drop to your knees and please me baby ♪ ♪ i'm fascinated two ---- so fine that i masturbated ♪ ♪ congratulations she brain me so good that i graduated ♪ ♪ they had to hate it i don't ---- with them ---- they plastic baby ♪ ♪ a trapper baby i rap but i own all my masters baby ♪ ♪ it's tragic baby i pull up and --- up the traffic baby ♪ ♪ a savage baby i'm killing these ---- closed casket baby ♪ ♪ you get the bag and fumble it i get the bag and flip it and tumble it ♪ ♪ straight out the lot 300 cash and the car came with a blunt in it ♪ ♪ lil mama a thot and she got ass and she gon ---- up her back ♪ ♪ pull up to the spot living too fast dropping the dope in the stash ♪ ♪ in italy got two foreign hoes they dm me ♪ ♪ drop the top when it's cold but you feel the heat ♪ ♪ be real with me keep it 100 just be real with me ♪ ♪ eat it up like it's a feast they say the dope on fleek ♪
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