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right now on jimmy kimmel we have >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- from "mr. robot," rami malek. espn's samantha ponder. and music from gucci mane featuring travis scott. and now, let's put it this way -- here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome, hi. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks for coming. very nice. i'm glad you're in good spirits.
we are 12 days from christmas. and 37 days away from a new president of the united states. there's so much going on today. and i'm going to start with the big one. donald trump, you know who that is, right? [ laughter ] is supposed to hold a press conference on thursday to explain the potential conflicts of interest he might have when it comes to his business ventures. you know he owns hotels, golf courses, i think he owns a whorehouse. [ laughter ] he hasn't had a press conference for 139 days, which is a long time. but he postponed the press conference on thursday because they said he's too busy. and what is he busy doing? >> kanye west entered trump tower. you see him back there. wasn't so long ago that at a concert he went on this rant where he told his audience that if he had voted he would support donald trump and then a short time later he ended up in the hospital, i'm sure the two were not connected. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: are you, though? because i'm not, exactly.
that's right, donald trump met with kanye west today. he does know he's not still hosting "celebrity apprentice," right? what an amazing thing to see. our next two presidents side by side like that. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's remarkable, it's historic. kanye tweeted, it's important to have a direct line of communication wilt our future president if we truly want change. yeah, that's great for you, put what about us? [ laughter ] kanye needs to stay close to donald trump because at this point he's the only person who condition afford to buy his sneakers. at the conclusion of the meeting the men parted ways. just like they do it in the streets. >> you take care of yourself, i'll see you soon. >> jimmy: yeah. keep it real, my homie. word up. you know what i'm saying. some said he and kanye have been friends for a long time, although unfortunately he plans
to deport pablo. you can't play favorites. but trump and kanye, they do have a lot in common. they're both fashion designers. they both go on twitter rapids. they both use all caps. they body have very high self-esteem. they're both married to models. they both like to interrupt people. and they're both people of color, in donald's case, orange. [ laughter ] [ applause ] kanye and donye, practically twins. former texas governor rick perry is reportedly donald trump's pick to run the department of energy, which is amazing. rick perry during the campaign, not only did he say he wants to get rid of the department of energy, he infamously couldn't remember the department of energy's name. >> the third agency of government i would do away with, the education, the -- commerce -- and let's see -- i can't. the third one i can't, sorry. oops.
>> jimmy: oops indeed. [ laughter ] rick perry must have really impressed donald trump with his smart guy glasses because he had some very not nice things to say about trump during the campaign. >> let no one be mistaken, donald trump's candidacy is a cancer on conservatism and it must be clearly diagnosed, excised, and discarded. >> jimmy: and if there are any openings in this cancerous administration, please sign me up for one of them, i'd like it. [ laughter ] say what you will, he's a savvy politician, especially when it comes to social media. >> if you've had enough, take out your phone and text fedup to 95613. and follow me on tweeter. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: that's gold is what that is. i really think donald trump would be better off with william the refrigerator perry. on tweeter donald trump announced his nominee for secretary of state, rex
tillerson, ceo of a small mom and pop business called exxonmobil. he announced he's changing his slogan from drain the swamp to fill 'er up! tillerson was a surprise pick but you can't argue with the magic 8-ball. when it speaks -- anyway. [ laughter ] trump called tillerson one of the truly great business leaders of the world. he said he's a world-class player. democrats and some republicans like marco rubio, john mccain, are concerned about his ties to russia. he's done a lot of business there. back in 2013, the president of russia, vladimir putin, awarded him the order of friendship which is a fancy way of saying he gave him a best friend necklace. [ laughter ] these cabinet appointments are something else. i mean, i can't wait to see who he picks to actually be president of this country. [ laughter ] we're going to make christmas history. tonight our parking lot security guard guillermo, this is very exciting, tonight guillermo is going to attempt to set a new world record.
let's go outside now. cousin sal is with guillermo on hollywood boulevard. [ cheers and applause ] first of all, thank you for being part of this. now the reason guillermo is out there is because tonight he will attempt to set the record for most wrapping paper worn by a human being. [ cheers and applause ] guillermo -- first i should ask, is this something you've always dreamed of doing? >> guillermo: no. >> jimmy: no, okay. [ laughter ] today we are making a dream you didn't even know you had come true. isn't that amazing. sal, what is the current world record for most wrapping paper on a person? >> sal: according to my research there isn't one, this is such a stupid idea guinness won't certify it. >> jimmy: that's right. we asked guinness to certify this. they said, nah, no thanks. we're going to certify it ourselves. how are we going to count how much paper is wrapped around guillermo? >> sal: by the foot there's 10 feet of wrapping paper on each roll.
>> jimmy: how many rolls do we have? >> sal: about 1,000. >> jimmy: 1,000 rolls. guillermo, are you excited? >> guillermo: i hope this make you happy, jimmy. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: let's get it going. it will make me happy. let's wrap that man up. here we go. send in the elves and the wrapping will begin. don't wrap his face, i need to be able to see it. okay? all right, very good. thank you. we'll check back in with them in a moment. this is going to be another game of rock, paper, scissors. in japan rock, paper, scissors is bigger than it is here. take a look at this. >> ready? [ audience chanting whoa, whoa ] [ cheers and applause ]
>> the winner! >> jimmy: what? wow. [ cheers and applause ] i tell you something. that woman has been working so hard on rock for so many years. it all paid off. speaking of meaningless accomplishments, let's check back in with guillermo and let's see how many -- all right. well, there we go, that's a good start. like how many feet of paper are we up to? >> sal: in that short time we've accumulated 70 feet of wrapping paper. >> jimmy: 70 feet of wrapping paper. guillermo, how are you feeling right now? >> guillermo: big. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, wow. you're like a burrito, really,
right now. okay, hang in there, guillermo. we'll check in throughout the show as the paper gets thicker and thicker and thicker. >> guillermo: okay, jimmy. >> jimmy: very good, all right. [ cheers and applause ] we need to find a big tree to put him under. while we're on the subject of presidents, i would like to wish a happy birthday to taylor swift who turned 27 years old today. [ cheers and applause ] very talented, very charming. and here to present a special tribute to taylor on this special day, please welcome local second grader noel parker. [ cheers and applause ] >> hi, everybody! i'm taylor swift! and today's my 27th birthday! [ cheers and applause ] i accomplished so much already. i won ten grammys -- >> yo, yo, yo, yo, taylor. [ laughter ]
i'm really happy for you, i'm going to let you finish. but it was beyonce's birthday three months ago. [ laughter ] and she had one of the best birthdays of all-time. of all-time! [ cheers and applause ] >> shake it off, taylor, shake it off. well, i have a boyfriend to break up with. merry christmas! >> jimmy: merry christmas. [ cheers and applause ] >> donald trump's my homie! >> j jimmy: all right, thank yo kids. there you go. there's taylor and little kanye. [ cheers and applause ] when we come back, yehya is here with the first review of "rogue one." we'll continue to wrap guillermo in paper, so stick around, we'll be right back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> jimmy: aubrey logan is sitting in with the cletones tonight. welcome back to the show. samantha ponder from espn. we have music from gucci mane and travis scott. that's on the way. first guillermo on hollywood boulevard, he is attempting to set the world record. how thick that is right now? for most wrapping paper on a human being?
guillermo? >> guillermo: yeah, jimmy. >> jimmy: how do you feel, is it hot? >> guillermo: a little bit. >> jimmy: a little bit hot. does it feel comfortable? do you feel secure? do you feel like a baby swaddled up? >> guillermo: it feels good and secure. >> jimmy: it does, okay. what about all the spinning? does that remind you of your nightly shots of tequila? >> guillermo: a lot. >> jimmy: a lot, all right. sal, technically we have already set the world record, isn't that correct? >> sal: yeah, we could stop any time now. >> jimmy: and yet why would we stop now? we want to set this bar so high no one will etch reach it again. we don't want other shows beating us. >> sal: i also learned guillermo is slightly clause tro phobic so this makes it even greater. >> jimmy: wow, you can be santa claus-trophobic, guillermo. >> guillermo: right. >> jimmy: keep up the good work. remember this is all for a very good cause. oh, actually, it's not for a good cause at all. [ laughter ] the holidays are coming fast. this is the most wonderful time
of the year unless you're a fed ex driver, then it sucks. the rest of us, in the midst of all this holiday shopping, i think it's important that we don't forget what christmas is really about. and that is the birth of a baby under very unsanitary conditions. [ laughter ] last night before we put her to bed i read my daughter jane a book. we read to her before bed. i ordered one of those golden books. i wanted to give her an idea of why we celebrate christmas, because she sees all these toys. i read her the story about mary and joseph and the manger and baby jesus. halfway through she said, no, i want the story of christmas. [ laughter ] i know she's only 2 1/2, she can't read, but i showed her. the cover of the book was titled "the story of christmas." she likes rudolph. if jesus had a red nose, she would like him too. [ laughter ] this is also the time of year you see all the commercials where people give their spouse a car with a giant bow. a car with a bow on it makes a -- i've never seen it in real life.
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>> all the comfort and convenience you've come to expect from uber, also with a gigantic bow on the roof. uber bow. it shouldn't exist. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah. you know, christmas, of course christmas is on december 25th, but for "star wars" nerds, christmas comes friday with a new movie "rogue one." it's expected to be the biggest movie of the season. and tonight we asked our friend yehya to review it. yehya does all the big movies. and this was no exception. here is yehya talking about the movie, the first look at "rogue one: a star wars story." >> ready? action! my name is yehya, today i'm talking -- i don't forget like this. action! my name is yehya, i forget talk about the movie. oh, i forget, no. sorry, one more time. action! hi, my name is yehya, i talk about the movie behind me. "star war."
you know it took a long time, it's a director, the first "star war," george lootus. the movie, talk about the people fighting, the bad people and the good people. >> the time to fight is now! >> and the girl, she's the man in the movie. the man felicity zhones. the lady in all the "star war." she make his hair like headphone, carrie washington. and the bad guy, he have black mask, his name dark man. he look like black. he dress like scuba diver. he take the breathe from inside. whoooooch! i got the picture with the bad guy, mads nicholson, close to george nicholasson.
and i got this guy, and the american-afternoon guy, his fame forrest wilker, he won the oscar for "the last king of costco." this movie is 3d. not 1d, not 2d, 3d. you feel like inside. you go like this, it's scare. you go like this, it's coming right side, left side. you blow up, it become boom, come in your face right away. >> may the force be with us. >> go watch the movie and i watch it with you. good luck! cut! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yehya, you nailed it again. tonight on the show, we have a good show for you. aubrey logan is sitting in with the cletones all night tonight. we have music from gucci mane and samantha ponder from spin. be right back with rami malek so stick around! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> jimmy: we have a special guest tonight. that's aubrey logan sitting in with the cletones. aubrey has a new album coming out soon and a website too, aubreylogan.com. you can learn everything about her there. [ cheers and applause ] tonight, she will be on-field for the college football playoff on espn, samantha ponder is here. [ cheers and applause ] then later, his new album comes out friday. it's called "the return of east atlanta santa," gucci mane with travis scott. tomorrow, david spade will be here and we will close down the street, for a block party performance from metallica. just in time for the holidays. and on thursday, blake shelton and andrea riseborough. please join us for that. let's check in quickly with guillermo, who is fulfilling a lifelong dream, setting the
record for "most wrapping paper worn by a human being." wow. guillermo, when you were growing up in mexico did you ever dream one day you'd be getting wrapped like this in hollywood boulevard? >> guillermo: if i tell you yes, can we stop? >> jimmy: how do you say no in spanish? >> guillermo: no! >> jimmy: well, that's the answer. all right. we'll keep checking back in with you. you're well on your way to making history. yesterday, our first guest woke up and found out he was nominated for a golden globe, and then he had coffee and oatmeal. it was a very good day. he won the emmy for playing hoodie-headed hacker elliot alderson on "mr. robot," please welcome rami malek. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> jimmy: how are you? it's very good to see you. >> it's great to see you. >> jimmy: i think the last time i saw you was when you won the emmy. >> yes. >> jimmy: i was hosting the show. i was standing just offstage. >> i was there. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and you just walked over to me -- >> it couldn't have been better. i walked offstage and the first time i was on here you whispered in my ear that might happen. >> jimmy: i knew it was going to happen. i know. >> jimmy: i really did. >> the first person to see after getting that award being you -- >> jimmy: it makes you realize i have powers. [ laughter ] >> you do, that's why i'm back here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: there was something else. i don't know if you want to mention this. but something else funny happened at that moment. >> well, i gave you a big hug and i was -- the perfect moment for that. over your shoulder i see someone
i know. it was my ex-girlfriend. and i look over his shoulder, what are you doing here? which is not the best thing you want to say to your ex-girlfriend. >> jimmy: maybe not the first thing, no. >> she's a makeup artist. and she was right there. and it was just a surreal moment. >> jimmy: the only thing better than winning an emmy, your first time nominated, is to then run into an ex-girlfriend moments after it happens. [ laughter ] >> i know, everything falling in place, perfect. >> jimmy: it was unbelievable. the only thing missing was you punching the high school bully in the face on the way out. >> i did that too. >> jimmy: she did seem very happy for you which i think indicates that you are a well-liked person. >> i would like to think so, or i'm fooling a lot of people. >> jimmy: or she's happy to get rid of you, one of those two things. >> either way. no, she's been rooting for me like you have for -- wow. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: maybe longer even. >> smart audience. >> jimmy: yesterday when the golden globe nominations came out, they come out very, very early in the morning. were you up waiting for this to happen?
>> i was not up waiting. i just try not to think about too much when these things come in. try to get a good night's rest. but my phone started buzzing. i leave it on. and i noticed that it had -- a lot of people have been hitting me up because it was still plugged in, yet losing battery power. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> i think that's a good amount of people trying to reach you. that's when you have to look at your phone and find out if it's good or bad news. >> jimmy: it's funny when people call to wake you up to reach you, because you're going to find out when you wake up anyway. >> right. >> jimmy: it's not like there was an emergency or something. really, they could wait. what time do you usually wake up? >> 3:00 p.m. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, maybe they made the right decision. >> no, they made the right decision. >> jimmy: you grew up in the valley here in l.a. what'd you do before you -- what was your job before you were a working actor? >> me? i grew up in the valley in los angeles and i really never saw much of los angeles before that. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah, i didn't -- for me it was just the valley and nothing
else existed. >> jimmy: right. >> so i got -- i had a pizza delivery job, taking deliveries over into hollywood. around here. but i would wait. my car was so broken down it was like a 1987 camry that had 200,000 miles on it, burgundy except the hood was white and it would smoke all the time. and so i would wait to try to find like three deliveries going in the same direction. because i knew my car couldn't handle it. >> jimmy: oh, really. >> yeah. so inevitably someone would get a cold pizza, the second pizza i was racing to get the second over to someone's house, the cheese was falling off to the side. and i would try to shake it to get the cheese all in one direction, make it like resemble something that had the nature of pizza. then the third one was just so messed up. i would feel so bad. i would just leave it in front of someone's door. and just ring the bell and run. >> jimmy: like the u.p.s. guy. >> yeah.
>> jimmy: i delivered pizza when i was in high school and college. did you ever do the thing where the pizza gets cold so you turn the heater on and hold the box up to the heating vent? so that it feels hot when they -- >> you know what, i actually would put it on the hood of my smoking vehicle. [ laughter ] >> thinking that might do something. oh, you ordered the smoked chicken pizza. >> jimmy: do you ever -- i always imagined that one day some woman would invite me in when i had the pizza to make love to her or something like that. you'd be shocked to find out it never did happen. [ laughter ] >> it did with me. no. something like that did happen -- i don't think we have long enough time -- >> jimmy: i think we do have a long enough time for this story.
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>> jimmy: we're back, rami malek, golden globe nominee, emmy winner. he's got a lot of awards. "mr. robot," you do a great job. do you have a hard time -- right now i assume you're on hiatus. >> yeah. >> jimmy: do you have a hard time once you're done acting, playing elliot, that character, who's so different from you, making that transition back into regular life? >> i guess it takes a little while, yeah. it takes a lot to get into someone's head like that that is -- you know, says -- the great thing about elliot is he gets to say everything that we all want to say. so in a sense it's not actually getting out of it. but learning from it. and being kind of more abrupt and abrasive with people and just saying exactly what you
want to say. >> jimmy: which you do not do generally. >> no. i feel like here i'm going to say everything. >> jimmy: tell us what happened at the pizza -- when you're delivering the pizza. [ cheers and applause ] so the door opens. >> so the door opens. i was down on my luck after five deliveries, i think, either getting no tip or like the dollar tip and just -- my car's breaking down, everything's going wrong. this lady comes to the door, she grabs her per -- pizza. >> jimmy: what? [ laughter ] she wasn't pregnant? >> no. she grabs the pizza, she hands me a dollar. i think she closed the door. and i stood there, arrgh! and i started to walk away. and someone opens the door, and i'm like, oh, no, i'm going to get fired, she heard me, i must have cursed or something. her roommate came out and she came out and she handed me a rose and was like, you look like you needed this.
and i was like 16, 17. she looked quite a bit older but, you know, still very attractive. [ laughter ] and i said, thank you. and then she closed the door and i walked away. then i said, you know -- something there. you've got to figure this out. [ laughter ] turn around. i turned around, i knocked on her door. and she opened the door. and i said, how would you like to go out sometime with me? i'm just a pizza delivery guy, but -- i'd love to take you on a date. she said, how old are you? i go, 28. [ laughter ] and so the rest of the night i was just like sweating balls. >> jimmy: she went? >> oh, yeah, she came and lying through my teeth the whole evening. >> jimmy: wow. >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's a weird balance. >> you can't tell her your age, then she has to go to court or something. [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: i wonder if she remembers this the, right now she's watching and saying, hey, there's that guy that won an emmy and i molested him at a very young age. [ laughter ] >> it never went that far, i was too nervous to take it any further. oh, you guys want the real deal. >> jimmy: they want the weather de forum is what they want. you're also doing a movie, which is very exciting, playing freddy mercury. >> how about that. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i mean, do you know that music? >> i love that music, who doesn't know that music? >> jimmy: are you ready? do you prepare in any way for this? >> of course i have to prepare. >> jimmy: how? >> one of the most iconic characters, musicians, anybody in human history for that matter. >> jimmy: right, sure. >> and the band. the band is working on the film as well. >> jimmy: have you met the band? >> i have not. but i'm going to go to london and meet them soon.
>> jimmy: oh my god, that's going to be weird. >> i know, it's going to be crazy. >> jimmy: i have something for you. i don't know if you've been fitted for a moustache yet. [ laughter ] >> there it is. >> jimmy: freddy mercury -- i don't know if you're interested in trying one on for size. but i think it would be pretty exciting for queen fans especially to see what it might potentially look like. >> i had no idea he was going to do this. >> jimmy: true. >> which camera? >> jimmy: it doesn't matter. >> here we go. >> jimmy: do have some chewing gum i could put on that if we need -- no, wait -- [ laughter ] this is a disaster! i hope this is not the audition. wow, you look just like him. [ cheers and applause ] >> it's your turn! >> jimmy: it looks like you should be fighting somebody like this. i wish you a lot of luck at the golden globes. [ cheers and applause ] rami malek! we'll be right back with
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>> jimmy: welcome back. let's go to hollywood boulevard one more time. wrapping up guillermo. this is incredible. i believe, i think it is official, that you have set the world record for most wrapping paper on a human being! [ cheers and applause ] >> sal: we have 880 feet, and that is in fact a record. >> jimmy: wow, and if sal were to punch you would you feel it at all? >> guillermo: i don't think so. >> sal: i wonder. let me see. >> jimmy: give it a little shot and see if he can feel anything. >> sal: no, he's good. >> jimmy: incredible! [ cheers and applause ] >> sal: let's bring the family in here, they've never been more proud. >> jimmy: we're giving you away to a family to put under their tree. >> guillermo: oh no! >> jimmy: all right there he goes. guillermo, our little record-setter, congratulations.
[ cheers and applause ] i'm pretty sure this is how the mafia gets rid of a body. thank you, guillermo. on new year's eve when many americans will be popping champagne our next guest will be doused in ice-cold gatorade. she's the sideline reporter for the college football playoff on espn. please welcome samantha ponder. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: first of all, thanks for coming. i think you have one of the hardest jobs because every weekend you are on a different -- at a different school, everybody's crazy, everybody's especially crazy when the cameras turn on. and you're right in the middle of it all the time. >> i just need to say, you are the first person i have ever heard equate sideline reporter with hardest job, and i appreciate that.
>> jimmy: i do think it's a hard job. >> i appreciate that. there are difficult aspects for sure. >> jimmy: you're saying it is not as hard as i imagine? >> no, no, i think what you're alluding to is "college game day," the show i work on, you've seen the crowds. these are many, how do i say, liquored-up college students who have been there since midnight the night before. think about it. when you're in college, you went arizona state a little bit, where i went, things get a little crazy. i've had things thrown at me, i've had hair pulled -- >> >> jimmy: people pull your hair? >> when they rush the field, when you're doing a game, three or four of those this year. >> jimmy: do you run? >> you've got to get the coach. i do elbows out. sometimes, i shouldn't say this i take a little anger out. >> jimmy: you do? >> like the new york subway. everyone's pushing so you might as well get in on it and go for it. >> jimmy: you're slam dancing, basically. >> yeah, sure, why not.
no one's ever going to catch you. >> jimmy: people make the crazy signs and try to get on camera, try to sneak the signs on camera. sometimes they mention you in the signs. i think we have one of them i was going to ask you about. sam ponder pet my mullet. is that a euphemism? or did he really want you -- >> yeah, i actually had to do it. true story, north dakota state. whenever we go to i guess one of the more obscure college football schools the whole town comes out, everything shuts down. so i had already done my first hit. i get in my ear from the producer, hey, sam, i need you to go pet this guy's mullet. [ laughter ] so i did that on live tv. which at the time was like, hey, that was fun, a little weird, he got a little touchy. the next couple of weeks i kept getting mullet signs. it's like, i don't want this to be a thing. >> jimmy: that's what happens. you pet one mullet, you spend the rest of your life petting mullets. >> it's true. >> jimmy: we have four teams in
this college football playoff games. what are the teams? >> uw representing west coast. everybody on this side of the country i assume is rooting for washington. they play alabama. >> jimmy: okay. >> can i just say really quick, we have the signs you're mentioning at game day, almost every school they have a sign that says, "we want bama." bama's been so good for so long the signs changed the last couple of weeks, "we kind of want bama." maybe not. washington plays alabama in the peach bowl new year's eve, i think 3:00. then after that is the game i'm doing in phoenix for the fiesta bowl, clemson and ohio state. >> jimmy: your hometown. >> are we clemson, ohio state? buckeyes are everywhere. >> jimmy: they've infested the place, we've called somebody to get rid of them, they get into the seats. it's very good to see you. [ cheers and applause ] sam ponder! the college football playoff begins new year's eve at 3:00pm eastern on espn.
>> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live!" concert series is brought to you by the dick's sporting goods foundation. go to sportsmatter.org to help save youth sports. >> jimmy: i'd like to thank rami malek, samantha ponder and logan, apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time. "nightline" is next but first, his album is called "the return of east atlanta santa," comes out on friday. here with the song "last time" with some help from travis scott, gucci mane! ♪ hah it's gucci ♪ hey yeah yeah yeah ♪ ♪
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took half of it last time i took drugs i just took half of it ♪ ♪ last time we took drugs you just took half of it stretchin out my jeans just to make cash fit in ♪ ♪ wake up every morning to some -- and grits raw dog all my birds i'm tryna have some chicks ♪ ♪ fi-fie-fie-fo zone six to the mo la flame linked with la flare yeah that's heat and snow ♪ ♪ goin in all year 300 plus days long makin money all year talking 52 weeks strong ♪ ♪ better back up give me space i wear ice cream on the face goin pharrell williams ♪ ♪ on the case oyour honor then we skate-skate-skate away 720 with the grind ♪ ♪ landed landed all fine last time i took drugs i just took half of it cause i took pills ♪
♪ i had to smash a and last time i smoked gas i almost crashed a whip ♪ ♪ last time i took drugs i just took half of it last time i took drugs i just took half of it ♪ ♪ last time i took drugs i just took half of it the last time i went to onyx man i ordered a dub ♪ ♪ tried to leave with every big booty in the club i bought a rolex and a lambi when i went to miami ♪ ♪ the last time i seen little mama she wasn't wearin no panties last time i went to vegas ♪ ♪ spent 200k gamblin i'm just an east atlanta servin junkies in chamblee ♪ ♪ the last time i tricked out i brought four hoes to my place ♪ ♪ they call me gucci mane picasso because [ muted ] ♪ ♪ last time i took drugs i just took half of it cause i took pills i had to smash a ♪ ♪ and last time i smoked gas i
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