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good morning, america. breaking this morning, president trump shakes hands with vladimir putin. the high-stakes meeting comes after tough talk from trump. >> we urge russia to cease its destabilizing activities. as chaos erupts in the streets overnight at the g20 summit. protesters forced back by water cannons and tear gas retaliating by throwing bottles. fires in the streets. more than 70 officers injured as the world's most powerful leaders gather. under attack. the new threat to u.s. nuclear plant, hackers targeting the critical american power grid. the fbi and homeland security on the hunt for the attackers. the fear this morning that a foreign country might be trying to cause a blackout in the u.s. agony on the court.
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it is getting dangerous. it kept melania from leaving her hotel room. dozens of officers injured and that trump/putin meeting. the first they met since trump took office. maybe the first time ever. cecilia vega joins us from the site. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: that meeting hasn't started yet. it's actually running late. should be under way in just a few minutes. the world has been watching to see this first face-to-face between donald trump and vladimir putin. the president tweeting this morning that there is much to discuss. before their big sit-down, vladimir putin and president trump shaking hands. the president even patting putin on the back.
the president is back 0 tweeting about his old campaign rival going on about hillary clinton's campaign manager john podesta and the dnc e-mail hack. thanking everyone, quote, including the haters for the reviews of yesterday's speech in poland. and taking a dig at the media saying i will fight for its interests, fake news media will never cover me accurately but who cares. this day of meetings with world leaders kicking off with a handshake with germany's angela merkel. the white house bracing for merkel and other leaders to come down hard on the administration for pulling out of the paris climate accords. but it is all eyes on that closed door meeting with putin scheduled to last just 35 minutes. in poland the president offering a hint of the message he hopes to deliver, not about moscow's election meddling but rather russia's role on the world stage. >> we urge russia to cease its destabilizing activities in
ukraine and elsewhere and its support for hostile regimes including syria and iran. [ chanting ] >> reporter: the kremlin says putin has taken note of the president's message. you can see these protesters are out in full force here this morning. inside that room, though, just a small group of people, the two presidents, their two translators, a small group of diplomats including secretary of state rex tillerson, george, we are told there is no formal agenda. >> it has been a busy morning for the president in hamburg. he met with the mexican president earlier this morning. nafta on the agenda for those two gentlemen. the president was asked at that does he still expect mexico to pay for the wall. you can barely hear him say absolutely. kind of did it under his breath. no word on how he'll get that done and he also met with the french president and he'll meet with president xi of china all amid the big g20 protests still
under way. protesters taking to the streets overnight and their clash with police has left 79 officers injured as we said. the first lady melania trump had to stay inside her hotel. it was too dangerous for her to go out today. abc's james longman is on the scene in hamburg. good morning, james. >> reporter: good morning. we are at one of the large demonstrations here in hamburg for the g20 and as you can see, it's kind of more of a party atmosphere for now. but it was a very different story last night. overnight many violence. setting cars on fire. police using high pressured water cannons to keep them back. watch as police in riot gear move in on the streets. this porsche car dealership looted. tear gas striking the crowds. welcome 2 hell, that's the name of the protest gripping the treats of hamburg this morning. protesters and authorities clashing. bottles and rocks thrown. over 70 police injured.
>> the violence, i kind of feel a pressure right now. >> reporter: anti-capitalist protests always target g20 meetings but this year the stakes are higher than ever as president trump comes to town. this is the main route where leaders arrive. protesters are trying to block it and as you can see the police water truck, they're trying to move people on. up to 100,000 protesters are expected. 20,000 police officers dispatched. more and more people arriving and crowds are getting bigger. if last night was anything to did by there could be more unrest. >> let's talk with martha raddatz. and the editor in chief of "the daily beast." john avlon. welcome to you both. martha, let me begin with you. so the white house saying no set agenda for this meeting. no specific briefing for the president. but what would constitute a successful meeting for the white house? >> well, george, i think a successful meeting would be they
establish a good working relationship going forward with president trump clearly laying out the grievances the u.s. has with russia. you heard some of those in his speech yesterday about ukraine and the support of the assad regime in syria and that putin gets the message that trump is not his friend and that he will remain tough. as for bringing up the hacking, there are certainly those who do not think the meeting will be a success unless he brings it up, george. >> and, john, the president, tough talk in his speech yesterday but in that press conference he seemed to take the putin line on hacking. >> and this is the dichotomy of donald trump, right. scripted donald trump was very tough on russia yesterday in a very well written speech standing up for western values but in private and at press conferences he tends to freelance and fall in line with the putin line and that's going to be the real challenge. in private does he take that tough line? is he consistent about standing up to syria? does he bring up russian hacking or does he default to what we've heard since the campaign. >> yeah, and we saw him freelance in the meeting with the russian foreign minister.
martha, that talk of hacking came to the consternation of american intelligence officials. >> it sure did. i can't stress enough how astonishing it was to hear a president on foreign soil cast doubt on his own intelligence agencies. imagine vladimir putin saying the same things about his own intelligence agencies while at those meetings. this just does not happen. it's humiliating for these american professionals, yes, they have made mistakes but they work every day to help make the country safe, and president trump, of course, seems to believe them when he wants to. he had no problem firing those cruise missiles at syria based on intelligence, nor did he seem to have any doubts about north korea launching what his intelligence agencies told him was an icbm, george. >> and, john, on the broader agenda, the president lined up against most of the g20 leaders on the issues of climate and trade. >> right. yes, and, look, that's inevitable because the president has committed to his domestic base these things that are broadly unpopular within the international community. that's fine.
does he try to bridge it in other ways? does he try to keep american leadership paramount? because right now america can pursue an america first agenda but it needs to also show that doesn't mean america alone and right now that confidence isn't there. he needs to be leader of the free world and assert that kind of leadership but leading from behind doesn't work if you keep avoiding these international agreements. >> john avlon, martha raddatz, thanks very much. amy. >> george, now to some breaking news from overnight. abc news learning that hackers have targeted some of the nation's nuclear power plants, concerns this morning that another country could be involved and abc's senior justice correspondent pierre thomas has the latest now from washington. good morning, pierre. >> reporter: amy, good morning. fbi and homeland security officials have sent a warning to the nation's nuclear power plants and other utility companies after a series of hacks since may. administration officials tell abc news the hacks targeted corporate computers of a number of companies that run nuclear power plants including the wolf creek nuclear power plant in kansas. wolf creek declined to comment on security issues to us but emphasized there has been no
operational impact on their facility. the real concern is about the motive for these hacks, which in some cases targeted engineers who work at the facilities. the critical question this morning, were they probing looking for a way in to perhaps shut down operations and sabotage these plants or threaten them and blackmail them for cash, amy? >> pierre, we mentioned that u.s. officials believe another country may be behind this. do we know which country we're talking about? >> reporter: sources emphasize it's still early in the investigation. but forensic experts suspect it was a nation involved. some officials suspect the hack may have originated in russia but sources emphasize it's too early for confirmation. >> all right, pierre thomas, we appreciate it. thank you. >> could be another issue for that face-to-face. we'll move on to two scary flight disruptions. a delta flight forced to return to seattle after a passenger attacked a flight attendant. and a passenger making threats on a flight to cuba. abc's aviation correspondent david kerley has that story from reagan national airport. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, george. a very long night for these two groups of passengers and that incident you mentioned that
ended in seattle became quite violent on board. overnight, beijing bound passengers found themselves back in seattle after trouble on board telling cairo tv -- >> and we could see the scuffling going on. one flight attendant ran back and said there was a code 3. serious fight up front. >> reporter: just 45 minutes into the flight, 1 of the 207 passengers on board was walking back and forth to the bathroom in first class and then toward the exit door. passengers also saying that a flight attendant tried to stop the 23-year-old man and was punched. passengers stepping in to subdue the man. >> they broke two bottles of wine on his head. tried to choke him and he just threw me off like a rag doll. >> approaching delta 129 with emergency. we're coming back again. >> reporter: that man taken into custody. a flight attendant and passenger taken to the hospital with injuries that are not life-threatening. and at about the same time a canadian airliner with its own incident and an escort.
>> you got a set of two f-15s. >> reporter: the u.s. f-15s escorting the cuban bound jet back to montreal after a passenger was making threats which have not been revealed. he too taken into custody upon landing. now, in the seattle incident that man will be in court later today. amy, the good news is both sets of passengers now on their way to their final destinations. >> that is good news, indeed, david. thanks so much. and some commuters here in new york bracing for delays after a train derailed at busy penn station last night. 180 passengers and crew were evacuated. service was restored early this morning but with lingering delays and this is the third derailment at penn station this year alone prompting amtrak to schedule weeks of emergency track repairs set to begin on monday. and now to that terrible injury at wimbledon. a top american player collapsing on the court and screaming in agony. many are now asking why it took so long to get her the help she desperately needed. abc's t.j. holmes has more on that story. good morning, t.j. >> reporter: robach, good
morning, and we have seen, of course, horrific injuries in sports from time to time. we have never quite heard one like this and in a sport where crowds are told to be quiet there was one deafening sound in this crowd of thousands. this young lady on the ground screaming, help me, help me. it was a hard fought duel between two tough opponents. but in a split second, it all changed. >> help me. help me please. >> reporter: american bethanie mattek-sands grabs her right knee screaming in pain as her challenger watches on helpless. replays show the 32-year-old charging the net when her right knee buckles and she falls to the grass in agony. her opponent climbed over the net and catching a sight of the injured knee immediately calls for a doctor. >> help me. help me. >> i've never seen anything like this and i panicked a little bit as well. tried to comfort her as much as i could but you -- i mean, you could feel the pain.
>> reporter: mattek-sands' doubles partner lucie safarova in tears. the top seeded tennis tandem had been huge favorites to win their fourth straight grand slam title. the stunned crowd watched as the minnesota native was treated by a medical team. her husband justin by her side. the fallen player finally was carried off the court on a stretcher almost 20 minutes after collapsing. >> felt like so long. there are sports where you see something is happening and you see it straightaway. here it took a while so someone has to take the video and actually time and see how long it took for people to get there because for me i think she was too long on the ground. >> reporter: wimbledon officials say they responded within one minute but the player was kept on the court while pain relief was given then a waiting ambulance rushed her to a hospital. now, she is having more tests done on that knee this morning. we might know something in a few hours. but to her
what if this had been some kind of a cardiac arrest where seconds matter in life and death. it took too long for somebody to get out there and could have felt like an eternity because we hear her screaming and that gives you chills about this. we're still waiting to see what happened to that knee but an awful scene. >> it sure was. >> thanks, t.j. >> thank you, t.j. move on to that latest bear scare that happened on a trail in maine when a man trained to run marathons came face-to-face with two black bears. these kinds of encounters appear to be on the rise, and abc'sbc's matt gutman has details. good morning. >> reporter: hey, good morning, george. we have seen a spike in bear encounters from maine that you mentioned all the way to alaska and california where this perfectly good luxury car got thrashed by a bear. now, most often experts will say do not run from a bear. this marathon runner in maine didn't get the memo. he can run 26 miles in a little over two hours. but nothing could prepare marathon winner moninda marube for the race of his life. against two black bears.
marube was six miles into his morning training run in maine when the bears emerged out of the woods. he panicked doing what runners do and sprinted towards an empty house nearby, but the bears gave chase. within seconds they were right on his heels. >> i was not going to fight them. >> reporter: marube ran up to the porch, slipped inside the screened area and waited until they lost interest. >> they started sniffing the door. >> reporter: nothing but a screen between him and eight bear claws. they eventually moved off. now, running is not recommended for us mortals. as i recently learned, bears can reach speeds of up to 30 miles an hour. >> you never run. never run. >> you never run from a bear. >> no. >> reporter: nationwide officials say bear encounters are on the rise with two people mauled to death in very rare back-to-back attacks in alaska last month. now that bears have shaken off their winter slumber, they're frisky looking for easy calories. >> freakin' bear, get out of my garage.
>> reporter: shamelessly invading homes, foraging garages and raiding garbage cans. this same bear believed to be caught on another home surveillance video raiding the fridge. now, i want to give you guys a sense of how powerful but also how clever these bears are. this car belonged to my boss, our bureau chief. he was in upstate california when a bear helped himself into the car, opened the door, getting into the car and then exploding it. check this out. completely ripping out the paneling. that was a headrest. but one of the scariest things is what it did to the steering wheel. this is hard plastic. it ripped right through it and perhaps adding insult to injury the bear did in the car what it normally does in the woods, guys. >> oh, yeah. yeah. >> and he let himself in so politely. and then -- >> he did but -- >> -- wrecked everything inside. >> reporter: the car still runs. >> incredible. >> reporter: amazingly the car still runs. >> thank you, matt. let's go over to ginger now. a lot of severe weather overnight, ginger. >> yeah, this morning in west
michigan at least one man is dead after a tree went into a home there. winds gusted to up to 90 plus miles per hour. that's grand haven, michigan, but other spots now more than 140,000 folks without power. and in butler, pennsylvania, a city emergency has been declared by their mayor thanks to 3 plus inches of rain. flash flooding happened there. the storm still moving through, this morning, cleveland has a severe thunderstorm warning. the weekend getaways brought to you by sherwin-williams. good friday morning.
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welcome back to "gma" and there you see it. president trump and vladimir putin meeting for the first time there in hamburg, germany at the top of the g20 summit. pulled aside for this meeting meeting right now. the cameras so loud when they walked in the room. all we could hear is president trump saying it's an honor to meet you and president putin saying it's good to meet you talking with their secretary of state and foreign ministers all happening right now in hamburg, germany. we begin with venus williams on the court this morning and wimbledon. and facing a court battle of her own here at home. a judge granting her an emergency order in the civil lawsuit over the deadly car crash she has been held accountable for and abc's gio benitez has been following the story. good morning, gio. >> reporter: amy, good morning to you. this is her 20th wimbledon but it's this legal drama that's making headlines all over the world and this morning we're hearing from both sides.
this morning, venus williams heading back to the court while her attorneys are in court in the escalating legal battle between the tennis superstar and the family of jerome barson. on wednesday a judge granting williams an emergency order of protection stopping the barson family's inspection of her car and downloading of its data arguing she was given less than 24-hour notice for the vehicle to be inspected and was concerned about the unintentional loss of data. overnight the family saying this seems to be an attempt to hide information. >> it seems odd to us that everyone wouldn't want the facts brought forth and brought to light. we and our clients don't understand what anyone gains from continuing to delay this investigation. >> reporter: but according to court documents williams' side says they just want to wait until all parties can be present with their experts. this all stemming from that deadly car accident last month that ultimately killed the 78-year-old barson and severely
injured his wife linda. the police report says it was williams who was at fault for violating the right of way of the other car. while the investigation is ongoing, williams hasn't been ticketed or charged and police say she was not distracted or under the influence. the barson family who is suing williams for wrongful death now also wants access to video from security cameras near the accident site. >> we have sent and filed with the court a notice of subpoena to both the guard gated communities where the footage was taped and to the police department. >> reporter: this latest legal drama caps off an emotional week for the seven-time grand slam champion. after winning her first round match at wimbledon, she broke down at a press conference when asked about that accident. >> really no words to describe like how devastating and -- yeah. i am completely speechless and
it's just -- yeah, i mean, i'm just -- >> reporter: and venus williams cut that press conference short because she was so emotional. meanwhile, about that car, her lawyer told us overnight that the emergency order actually ensures that both sides can properly prepare for the car's inspection so that all evidence is preserved. amy. >> all right, gio, thanks. let's bring in abc's chief legal analyst dan abrams for more on that. dan, what do you make of this emergency order? >> look, i think that it makes total sense, and i think that venus williams is going to win in effect in this case meaning on the order. why? because this is the key piece of evidence. the car. you've got the video and then you've got the car. and knowing exactly how fast it was going, being able to get all the data from the car is critical and so the fact that venus williams' lawyers are saying, wait, we would like to put in place a procedure here before the plaintiffs just go into the car and start extracting information, makes
complete and total sense. >> so, is there any validity and i'm guessing you're going to say to the plaintiffs' lawyer's assertion that this is about hiding evidence, that they're hiding evidence now. >> no, i mean the bottom line is they're all going to get access to the car. they're all going to get access to the data. it's just a question of when and how. and to me that's just sort of playing to the media saying, oh, look at this. they're trying to hide evidence. this is very typical of what happens in a civil lawsuit. >> is it also though about protecting venus in this moment? >> sure, i mean, look, that's the lawyer's job is to protect her, but it's also to protect the evidence from their perspective. look, you got to remember in this case, what you have is a situation where venus williams was turning into an intersection at five miles an hour and the car then strikes her. now, the police have determined that by making that turn into the intersection, that she was at fault. but let's also be clear this is not a situation where we're talking about someone driving 80 miles an hour in a
25-mile-an-hour zone and gets in an accident. so this was a sort of classic accident and determining exactly why it happens is going -- why it happened is going to be critical. >> so how strong do you think this civil suit is? >> well, look, the minute the police say that she was at fault for, that's not a good sign for venus, right. in terms of the civil lawsuit. but when you look at the facts, you look at the fact that she's driving five miles an hour, et cetera, there's definitely going to be a defense here. i would expect this is the kind of case, though, that would settle. it just becomes a question of can they work out a number? >> all right. dan abrams, we appreciate it. thank you. george. >> coming up here, guys, one of america's most notorious crime stories, the murder of fashion icon gianni versace. this morning, inside the mind of a serial killer. of a serial killer.
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we're back with a look ahead to tonight's "20/20" on the murder of top fashion designer gianni versace outside his miami home. it has captivated so many for 20 years and john quinones is here with a look inside the mind of the serial killer who committed the crime. good morning. >> good morning, george. for three months in 1997 andrew cunanan sent authorities on a frantic cross country manhunt as he drove state to state killing four people along the way ultimately arriving at gianni versace's doorstep in miami. it was the high society murder that stunned the world. >> gianni versace was murdered in broad daylight this morning.
>> reporter: designer to the stars, gianni versace, gunned down on the steps of his lavish south beach home. >> i think versace had everything that cunanan wanted. he wanted power, fabulous wealth, admiration. >> reporter: andrew cunanan born into a modest household in san diego, the bright 27-year-old worked his way up and floated in some of the world's most elite social circles. >> versace was a wealthy older gay man, exactly the type of person andrew made money off of but i think hated at the same time. >> reporter: but when a relationship with another man ended and cunanan suddenly lost his social status, investigators believe he snapped and went on a cross-country murder spree killing four people along the way. >> the fbi is seeking -- >> andrew cunanan makes the top ten fbi list. you had people in all parts of the country wondering whether andrew cunanan was going to show up at their house.
>> reporter: authorities admit that by now cunanan could be anywhere. >> and you know what he was doing, he was hiding in plain sight. >> reporter: police hot on his trail, cunanan outmaneuvering them at every step eventually landing in south beach where on the morning of july 15th, 1997, versace made his daily trip down to the local cafe to buy his italian newspaper. >> he said, good morning. i said, good morning, you know, and he went up towards his house. >> i didn't know that gianni was out. >> as he's walking up the stairs, what we know now to be andrew cunanan comes up behind him and shoots him twice in the head. >> when we heard bang, bang, i thought it was backfire from the lawn mower that was being worked on. >> oh, my god. there's blood everywhere. please help me. please. >> so i run out the door and gianni was laying there. i check his artery and he was gone. >> reporter: the fashion icon left murdered on his front steps.
and cunanan's motive? >> i believe that andrew cunanan singled out gianni versace to murder because he was jealous of the lifestyle. i think he said i'm going down sometime so i want to go down in history. >> he wanted to be bundy. he wanted to be dahmer. he wanted the recognition he felt he deserved. >> reporter: tonight we'll take you inside the final stages of the manhunt as miami police finally close in on cunanan who had been hiding on a houseboat across from the fontainebleau hotel as then he turns the gun on himself. george. >> so, according to john walsh, he thought he singled out versace but did they have any relationship? >> that's the enduring question and mystery. there are those that say they were very close, that coup and versace had met and he was a houseguest at versace's house. but then there are others who say the two never met. he never met the man who wound up killing him. >> after 20 years still a
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successful but what we know is hollywood is sort of two parts. these are big summer blockbusters with big budgets and big expectations and smaller films there come out towards the end of the year that meet the architecture of top ten critics' lists and award shows in the beginning of the year, and those two hollywoods don't mix right now and that's why we probably won't see blockbusters do well. >> the lineup for the end of the year is pretty spectacular, as well. so you don't expect the academy to really be changing their tune? >> well, you know, you can never really tell for sure. you'd like it to change. once upon a time you didn't need hair my color to know that "forrest gump" won best picture or "titanic" won best picture. these were big audience films. could we see that again? it would be nice to see and there's a change in the academy voters this year. a year ago they let in nearly 700 new voters. this year close to 800 new voters. betty white and shailene woodley get to vote this year for the oscars. i don't know if that means they'll be voting for blockbusters, but with the
people voting for oscars we might see a change in the kind of films that do well. >> but i should point out and i know you know this in 2015 a blockbuster was nominated. "mad max," so what was different about that movie? >> well, "mad max" i mean swept the craft awards. "mad max" took everything that wasn't nailed down in the craft awards. it's probably the most underreported oscar story of the millennium. that film was seen as the personal creation of george miller, a wonderful filmmaker, and so we might see it again. remember, the reason why we get more than five best picture nominations now is because "dark knight" didn't get nominated for best picture. they would love to see another movie like that. a big audience picture with great critical response do well enough to get an oscar nomination. could "wonder woman" be that movie this year? there's every chance. i wouldn't rule it out. >> i say yes. >> there we go. i'll vote for it as well, chris, thank you. >> chris is laughing at me. all right, thank you, chris. coming up, silencing the sidelines. the new way to keep out-of-control parents away from
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. high-stakes face-off. president trump meets with vladimir putin for the first time this morning after trump's tough talk about russia on the world stage. what will happen behind closed doors? soccer gets the silent treatment after several referee assaults, one of the largest state soccer leagues is kicking off the season with silent september. parents being told to shut up or get shut out. ♪ i'm on the edge incredible internet sensation who slimed her way to a six-figure salary racking up millions of views. how the youtube superstar made enough in two years to buy this for her parents. she's sharing her secrets live. and we're bouncing back with one of the biggest rappers, big sean has all the moves for our party in the park, and he's saying -- >> good morning, america.
what's up, mom? good morning, america. happy friday. that is a happy crowd out in central park. about to get even happier right now. and here's why. big sean right there. [ cheers and applause ] >> you predicted it perfectly, george. [ cheers and applause ] all right. we can't wait to hear more from big sean coming up in just a bit. but first we're going to tell you how the power of friendship could save your life. when one woman needed a third heart transplant, it was her friends who helped her defy the odds. yeah, that is a heartwarming story. we'll start out, though, with our top story, president trump, russian president vladimir putin meeting at the g20 summit. there's the handshake. we think it's the first time they've ever met. certainly the first time as president. our senior white house correspondent cecilia vega is there. she's got all the details. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: hi, george. good morning to you. you know, they shook hands and exchanged pleasantries then they
went to it. that big meeting right here in hamburg, germany. now, president trump and vladimir putin, this is, of course, their first face-to-face. the cameras briefly allowed inside. both men looking at each other straight on in the eye during that handshake. president trump expressed some optimism about the meeting. take a listen to what he had to say just a few minutes ago. >> thank you very much. we appreciate it. president putin and i have been discussing various things. i think it's going very well. we've had some very, very good talks. we're going to have a talk now and obviously that will continue. but we look forward to a very positive thing happening for ustuner, for the united states and for everybody concerned and it's an honor to be with you. >> thank you. >> reporter: now putin also briefly spoke saying that he hopes that their meeting would yield positive results today. before the meeting they had an initial handshake. it seemed to be a little more
friendly than this one that was in that very kind of closed setting in that room there. president trump even patting vladimir putin on the back. we are now waiting for word from white house officials about exactly what was said behind closed doors. we know that vladimir putin spent a lot of time, george, preparing for this meeting, studying up on the donald trump playbook. president trump came here with one big briefing binder but nothing specific for vladimir putin, george. >> all right, cecilia, thank you. we hear those police sirens going on. let's check on the protest outside. dozens of police officers have been injured and abc's james longman is in hamburg with the latest on that. good morning. >> reporter: we are right in the middle of the protests for the g20. as you can see a massive police protest, water cannon and armed police moving down because all around us there have been bangers going off as the protest intensifies. last night was a huge night here in hamburg but people are expecting things to get much, much more tense as you can see behind me now, i can see
politician pushing through and running up towards the protesters as they run away. a lot of people here quite clearly intent on violence but the police have pushed back in, you know, with real, real force and if anything -- if last night is anything to go by, it's going to get worse. >> all right, thank you, james. we appreciate it. george. >> you can see it there. the other big story, fbi and homeland security have issued a new warning about hackers targeting nuclear power facilities. senior justice correspondent pierre thomas following that story. hey, pierre. >> reporter: good morning. fbi and homeland security officials have sent a warning to the nation's nuclear power plants and other utility companies after a series of hacks since may. no operations were affected but there is concern about the motive for these hacks because engineers who work at these facilities were among those targeted. authorities are working and worried that hackers were looking at vulnerabilities to perhaps sabotage these power plants, and, george, there's
always the threat of blackmail, extorting these companies for money. >> huge danger. okay, pierre, thanks very much. amy, you have the rest of today's top stories. >> i do. threw there are new developments, george, in the fight to replace obamacare. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell acknowledging his health care bill may not pass and told a crowd in kentucky if that bill fails, he will have no other choice than to draft a more limited bill to shore up the existing insurance markets. meanwhile, dozens of protesters have been arrested protesting the republican health care bill outside senators' offices this week. a federal judge is refusing to limit the scope of the trump administration's travel ban. hawaii's attorney general had asked to exempt grandparents and other relatives of people in the united states from that ban which affects six muslim majority countries, but the judge said the supreme court would have to make that ruling. and there was a new push for diplomacy in the standoff with north korea. south korea's president says he is willing to meet kim jong-un any time at any place. the offer comes days after the north tested an intercontinental ballistic missile. defense secretary james mattis says he does not believe that
missile test brings the u.s. any closer to war. some dramatic video from san francisco bay. take a look as this kite boarder is coasting along until he -- whoa, he runs right in and looks like over a humpback whale. he managed to keep his balance which is also pretty remarkable and he says he had no idea the whale was there and thankfully no one was injured. finally a very big welcome for a special newborn. forget facebook, baby carter louise settle's birth announcement appeared on that big pink billboard. of course, all babies are special but baby carter is extra special. this is hard to get your head around. she is the first girl born into the settle family in 137 years. >> whoa. so they wanted to give her a strong name and thought carter would do it and his employees surprised him with that big announcement. >> love it. >> yeah, so congratulations. >> congratulations to the whole family. and coming up here, silent soccer. why parents are getting shushed on the sidelines.
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mmm! ♪ i think i'm ready to jump out the window ♪ everybody out in central park excited for big sean. we're going to get to him in just a little bit. >> yes. >> there he is, but first we're back here in times square. lara has joined us for "pop news." >> i have, george. good morning, amy and george and to you, everybody. we'll begin with this. it's become clear that sylvester stallone has plans to swing back on to the big screen with a
sequel to 2015's "creed" and also very clear who his dream villain would be. remember from "rocky 4" ivan drago. stallone writes on instagram, many actually posts about it but this one we loved. history will repeat itself in one form or another. just got to be ready, #creed2, #rockybalboa. the re-emergence of drago would be a one-two punch considering the russian boxer delivered a fatal blow to apollo creed in the 1985 installment making "creed 2" the perfect chance for adonis to avenge his father's death. >> did you write the sequel? >> did i write the sequel? yes, i'm not listed in the credits but i did. sounds good. i mean the first one was great, stallone is fantastic. i think it's a great idea. not sure would we see him in the ring or would we see him as a manager? he's, i think, late 50s now. >> either way -- >> looks like he's in good shape. >> we'll find out. rocky, let us know.
also in movie news before "mean girls" it was "the healthers that" that ruled high school's hierarchy. we loved that movie. now that 1988 film is being adapted to the small screen. why do we think it's looking like a winner? overnight selma blair revealed she signed on for the modern take of this cult classic sharing this photo with the caption referencing a line from the original movie saying, "do i look like stepmother theresa"? i guess so because blair's character is the gold digging stepmother of lead heather duke and blair isn't the only '90s star set for the reboot. shannen doherty who played the original heather is confirmed in a pivotal but still unnamed rule. >> that will be good. >> it's going to be great. >> i've seen that movie like 20 times. >> i did too. i can quote it. we'll discuss. also in the news, every day around here we think is kevin hart day. we love this guy but the city of philadelphia has deemed july 6th the official kevin hart day in honor of the comedian's birthday. the city of brotherly love
clearly loves this native son. commissioning a mural on the side of max's steak in north philadelphia, max's steak house, i should say. i guess kevin likes it too. here is hart posing in front of the painting near the home he grew up. hart got his start at philly's laugh house in the '90s before turning into one of hollywood's highest paid actors and a "good morning america" favorite, congratulations, kev. come back and -- >> hardest working too. >> yes, never stops and never stops making us live. i believe the laugh house is where they threw chicken wings. remember he -- >> that story about that. >> he got pelted with chicken wings and he per sweared. finally, guys, it is friday. time to let loose. i say we follow this dog's lead and just rock out, people. this is real. this dog -- first of all, look how the dog is sitting. that is the headline, and then the dog -- that is -- he's just feeling it. can't contain his inner party animal and we're so glad for that. happy friday. yeah, buddy is more of a
classical music fan. had to share that with you on this friday. tgif. >> thank you, lara. >> you're welcome. now to our "gma" cover story. 45 million kids play organized sports in america, but right now it's their parents who are being benched. the largest youth soccer league in south carolina is kicking off the season with silent sidelines. abc's t.j. holmes is the perfect guy for the story. good morning, t.j. >> reporter: you know i can't be quiet. this is not a good story for me. they're being told, no clapping, no cheering, no words of encouragement. nothing. why? because parents, some of y'all don't know how to act and messed it up for everybody with your bad behavior. you know who suffer, the kids. next time little maria, little vernon scores a goal, they won't hear mommy and
daddy's support from the stands. parents behaving badly. si sidelined on courts and fields of all kind. but now the largest youth soccer league in south carolina is saying enough. they're implementing a new rule banning all cheering and jeering at soccer games. >> we just felt as a board that it was time in a leadership way to do something to get people's attention. >> reporter: this memo dubbed silent september sent to the parents of the 30,000 youth players in the league explains that come soccer season this fall, all parents and visitors shall be silent during the game adding just enjoy your player and the game that they love. >> when parents, you know, yell at the referees like that, it makes the kids uncomfortable and make the coaches uncomfortable. >> reporter: according to the south carolina referee association, the number one reason game officials don't return to the field is the sideline behavior of parents and fans. for the parents watching from the stands, the reaction to this was mixed. >> i think it's a great idea. i think it's going to benefit the children as well as the referees. >> i was a little surprised because i'm one of those that enjoys at times coaching from the sidelines and also
encouraging from the sidelines. >> reporter: and as for the players -- >> you should be able to cheer when your kid scores a goal. >> i think it's a good idea because i don't like when my mom screams at me from the sidelines. >> this rule is not telling people you can't be supportive of your child. of course, it's not. it's simply saying to support your child, the best way to do that is to be quiet and let the coach give direction to the kids out on the field. >> all right, guys, this is not a new concept. several leagues around the country have done this for years. a day or two they'll have a silent day. for this league, they put the onus on the coaches to talk to the parents to give them two warnings, if i have to talk to you a third time you're out. if the parent refuses to leave, game is over. >> if your kid scores a goal, you just have to go -- >> that's all can you. >> that's not direction. you can say way to go. >> but they're trying to get parents to think about it. >> warning. >> they're trying to get parents to think about it because some of the behavior is downright abuse. and that is not a good look when you're trying to encourage kids. >> okay. >> thanks, t.j.
>> sorry, george. we're going to turn now to a "gma" health alert. it's how the power of friendship could boost your medical recovery. abc's paula faris sat down with one woman who says her friends kept her alive when she was waiting for a new heart. >> reporter: amy silverstein's failing heart had her counting down the days until her suffering could end. >> i had a big number up on the wall, six day, five days, four days. >> reporter: luckily her deadline came and went thanks to a brand-new heart and an unexpected source of healing. the power of friendship. and now in silverstein's new memoir "my glory was i had such friends," she explains how nine of her closest friends saved her life while she waited for a heart transplant flying across the country to her california hospital room. caring for her, laughing with her, even divvying up time on a spreadsheet making sure she never spent a moment alone. you guys were willing to do pretty much anything to get her through, rubbing her feet.
rubbing her back, massaging her, setting up little spas in the hospital room. >> yes. we improvised. >> and it's a gift for us in a certain way to be able to show up for her. >> did you think that there was a point that she wasn't going to get a heart and you were going to have to say good-bye to your friend? >> that was a very real possibility. >> absolutely. had to reckon with the possibility that we were leaving and we might not see amy again and it might not come through. >> reporter: amy was 50 years old at the time of the transplant in 2014. but this wasn't the first time her heart had failed her. you had your first heart transplant at 25. >> well, it came on very suddenly. i was in law school, and i found it hard to walk to class and went to the doctor, and they found out i was in heart failure. the doctor said that after the transplant if i got an organ, i would live maybe ten years at best. >> reporter: but ten years passed and then 20. amy surpassed all odds by living with her first donor heart for 26 years. and now another three with her second donor heart. >> hi, everyone.
lap 2. >> reporter: able to walk down the hospital hallway just one day after surgery. >> we were at a gathering about a year after this heart transplant, and i looked over and saw amy dancing with like so much color in her face. it stopped me in my tracks and i started to cry. we never could have imagined that she would feel that good, look that good and be the healthiest she'd been in her entire life. >> reporter: amy says of all of her hearts, this one is different. >> i was told that this young girl who i know nothing really about, but she was an athlete and i -- she makes me want to run and i can feel her as i run. >> she gave you new life. >> she gave me new life. i mean, complete -- not just life, but new life, life i never imagined that i would ever feel this well. >> reporter: for "good morning america," paula faris, abc news, new york. >> thanks to paula with that. here with us, senior medical contributor, dr. jen ashton.
what a feel-good story right there. >> absolutely. >> and the medical benefits behind friendship are real. >> yeah, this isn't just touchy feely fluff. data supports people who have strong social connectiveness do better whether that's hands-on healing, hugging, hand holding or just being present with someone. it makes a big difference. >> so many people don't know how to approach someone who is ill. what do you suggest to a friend? >> i think the first key for the person providing that support is don't feel like you have to be on all the time. sometimes the best support you can give is just sitting with a person. i think you should be, you know, creative, think outside the box, if you will. maybe it's bringing a tailgate party inside or bringing a spa inside to someone and, of course, if you're really at a loss, ask the hospital social workers for licensed clinical social workers how to support someone. this is what they do, professionally, for a living so they're a great resource. >> also hard for a lot of patients to accept or ask for help. >> oh, it's so hard and if you're the one receiving that help, i think there are a couple of guidelines. first of all, your rest is key. so, you know, you have to remember when you're getting these visitors, if you're tired
you need to say, look, i need to shut my eyes for a little bit. you have to feed your body as well as your spirit and your soul so when you're visiting with someone and talking, you can literally forget to eat and that's really important. and lastly, you know, don't be afraid to speak un. if you're the one receiving the support, don't feel like you can't say, i know you're trying to help but this is what i need. it's really the communication. it's a two-way path, but it's so important and that was an amazing example of it. >> sure was. jen ashton, thanks very much. >> you bet. >> let's go outside to ginger. >> can you let him in? just a step. thank you so much. oh, my goodness, look at a sea of umbrellas here just waiting on big sean. it is going to be such a great friday. such a good party in the park, especially because we have super fans. hold on, dr. amanda allman, right. >> professor of psychology, city tech in downtown brooklyn. >> by the way, one of the biggest big sean fans. you made your husband wake up. >> yeah, he's a chef and he works very late and i made him come up very early. >> we are so
good friday morning. abc 7 news, i'm mike nicco, and the hot and sunny forecast. and tonight, warm again and little bit of fog near the coast, and the extended highs will extend back to cool and average, and tonight, 60s near the coast, and san francisco and near 80 in oakland and 90 in the south bay, and mid-90s in the south bay. and tonight, rananananananananan >> and now we've got an incredible story about embracing the new ideal american family. more than 100,000 foster kids in the u.s. are eligible for adoption. it's a statistic that one ohio family took to heart. even though they already had five children of their own, now they have 11. take a look. ♪ we are family >> my name is christina sanders. >> and my name is christopher sanders.
we met when we were teenagers. i thought she was pretty cute. she thought i was a stud, you know what i'm saying. >> we always knew we wanted a family. >> we got married shortly after that. we had a good life, man. >> we had four boys and then we tried again and we had a girl. ever since i was like 9 years old, i can remember i have loved, loved, loved children. >> christina came to me and asked me if i would like to be a foster parent. i had to think about it because at that time we had five children of our own. >> december 3rd, 2014, we got a phone call and said it was four boys, it was an emergency. can we come now? and i said yes. >> there was some addiction problems in their family that led them to our doorstep. i wasn't sure if they would want
to accept me, you know, because i was just this big black guy, you know, and i got this big black guy trying to tell me, you know, what to do and all this stuff and, you know, that was my fear. >> we found out that the boys had sisters, and that first weekend the girls started coming over every week. >> family is family, man. no one wants to be separated from their family. >> we wanted to keep the children together and that was our whole focus. it was six months in and all the children were calling us mom and dad. the older children actually came to me and was like, will you adopt us? i was like, of course. >> i have officially signed the entry so it's official. [ applause ] >> the day of the adoption, it was a very emotional day. i don't normally cry but i definitely had my kleenex box sitting there on the table. >> all my children's names begin with a "c," christopher,
cameron, caden, chaz and caitlyn and when the children were getting adopted, they asked if they can get their names changed to "c," as well, and i was like, sure. >> cobi, christian, caleb, cailee, carson and then there's chloe. >> i feel like our family is the ideal of an american family. >> just love your children, you know. love is color-blind. love is kind, love is patient. i think without love, you know, none of this is possible. >> wow! what a beautiful family. all right. coming up we've got a lot more on "gma." she is known as the slime queen. youtube superstar karina garcia.
good morning and happy friday. it is 8:27 and i'm reggie aqui. look at this huge fire gutted a seven-story structure under con v convuk shun in oakland. flames broke out before 5:00 a.m. in lake merritt. and a portion of the building collapsed on the the street, and several residents said that someone screaming there was a fire woke them up and saved their lives and in other words, i did not say that articulate, but someone was going door-to-door to let people know that there was a fire in the neighborhood. alexis, we have been watching it all morning, and man, i am glad it is contained. >> yes, the firefighters are doing some great work to get that tapped out this morning quickly. and the meantime, we have a cup
mild and hot and dry there. and this is the look at of the seven-day forecast. and still hot and dry for the rest of the ♪est of the my goodness. look at the crowd. wow, wow, wow. welcome back to "good morning america." your crowd, big sean. they are hot. this party in the park is on. so let's not keep the fans waiting, shall we? >> in the rain. >> we're not waiting any longer. with the smash hit off "i decided," here's big sean with "bounce back." >> let's go. let's get it. >> i need to see what you got. bounce back and let's get it. let's go. let's go. let's go. ♪ last night took an l but tonight i bounce back ♪ ♪ wake up every morning by the night i count stacks ♪ ♪ knew that was real when i hit
it, bounce back ♪ ♪ you ain't getting checks >> hold up. i said last night took an l but tonight i bounce back ♪ ♪ boy i been broke as hell cashed a check and bounced back ♪ ♪ d town lax every week i bounce back ♪ ♪ if you a real one then you know how to bounce back ♪ ♪ don't owe nobody owe nobody ♪ always on the [ muted ] i got no hobbies ♪ ♪ got the city with me 'cause i'm homegrown ♪ ♪ vibing out more than my phone no leave me alone me on my own though ♪ ♪ look i cut that like an edit my daddy a g it's genetics ♪ ♪ straight up ♪ i heard [ muted ] ya contract should be shredded ♪ ♪ took my dogs on a private jet from the public housing i kept it g yeah 1,000 ♪ ♪ clique star studded like the paramount mountain everything i do is righteous ♪ ♪ betting on me is the right risk even in a crisis ♪ ♪ i'm never on some switching sides i wish gears to the night shift ♪ [ muted ] ♪ blacking out 'cause i'm enlightened god talk to me in silence ♪ ♪ but i hear him every time man last night took an l but tonight i bounce back ♪ ♪ wake up every morning by the night i count stacks ♪ ♪ knew that was real when i hit it bounce back ♪
♪ you ain't getting checks ♪ hold up i said last night took an l tonight i bounce back ♪ ♪ boy i been broke as hell cashed a check and bounced back ♪ ♪ d town lax every week i bounce back ♪ ♪ if you a real one then you know how to bounce back ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ look i woke up in beast mode with my girl that's beauty and the beast though ♪ ♪ been top five they sleep though ♪ ♪ only thing that sold out is the seats though ♪ ♪ how dare you stand before me and not respect my authority ♪ ♪ if you mess with my glory i'm ma drop the l and get gory ♪ ♪ i done did everything except worry hella drama my life story ♪ ♪ faith of a mustard seed i kept growing ♪ ♪ i knew that this life was meant for me ♪ ♪ change up more than wishing wells karma come around i'll wish 'em well ♪ ♪ living like i'm on a limitless pill i kill the scene like i'm denzel ♪ ♪ crazy like my jacket strapped up i don't act but i'll act up ♪ ♪ brown paper bag like the lunch packed up ♪ ♪ back back back back up i'mma need like ten feet ♪ ♪ or get stomped out with ten feet i'ma always lose my temper ♪ ♪ you cannot count to ten me
♪ if i lose one i bounce back like two, three did with four, five ♪ ♪ seen courtrooms and courtsides ain't too many seen both sides ♪ ♪ what you know i'm taking back control ♪ ♪ the underdog just turned into the wolf and the hunger steady grows ♪ ♪ yeah i call shots while you call off never taking summer or fall off ♪ ♪ when you say that committed to it you just fall down and never fall off ♪ ♪ last night took an l but tonight i bounce back wake up every morning by the night i count stacks ♪ ♪ knew that was real when i hit, it bounce back ♪ ♪ you ain't getting checks ♪ last night took an l but tonight i bounce back ♪ ♪ boy i been broke as hell cashed a check and bounced back ♪ ♪ d town lax every week i bounce back ♪ ♪ if you a real one then you know you how to bounce back ♪ ♪ real real real ♪ bounce back bounce bounce bounce back bounce bounce ♪ ♪ bounce bounce bounce yeah >> i said bounce back bounce bounce bounce back bounce bounce ♪ ♪ bounce bounce bounce yeah ♪ is you a real one is you a real one ♪
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welcome back to "good morning america." we're having an umbrella hat party in the park and, you know, a lot of folks are doing this. we know a lot of people around the country have been throwing block parties all summer long. karen scheffler of michigan sent us this picture of her as it looks like a lot of fun. you know what they're missing, these hats. that's right. all right. that's the big picture. shall we go ahead and get our party started here? hi, there. i'm abc 7 news accuweather meteorologist mike nicco. the day planner, we are looking [ cheers and applause ] looking burgers on the grill and a block party on your forecast, here's a tip. grill masters tell you have to have a little bit of patience. it will pay big dividends in flavor. you'll get better flavor and a juicier burger if you let it sit ten minutes.
that's right. just do it before you serve it. makes a big difference. lara and amy, i know you'll be doing it this weekend. >> thank you, ginger. we are so happy to be with the internet's reigning slime queen, you are a legend to my daughter. >> yes. and mine. >> karina garcia, everybody. she is the youtube superstar who has helped make slime one of the hottest trends of the year. great, right? she's going to show us all her slime secrets but first take a look at her story. slime is the hottest thing to hit the internet. you can twist it, you can pull it, you can poke it. and diy videos are popping up all over youtube, but karina garcia is the reigning slime queen. >> welcome back. >> reporter: edible slime, fluffy slime, crunchy slime, 100 pounds of slime, even oreo slime. >> there it is. >> reporter: 23-year-old karina has mastered them all. >> this is absolutely gorgeous. >> reporter: in just two years karina amassing over 700 million
views on her youtube channel and a six-figure salary but she hasn't always been a slime star. born in l.a., a first generation mexican-american, her family of five growing up in a three-bedroom mobile home. later earning money as a waitress to make ends meet but then in 2015 on advice from her sister, her youtube channel was born changing her life forever. >> hello, you guys. welcome to my channel and my first video. whoo! >> reporter: now karina has a successful slime empire. but what she is most proud of, giving her parents the ability to retire buying her whole family a six-bedroom house in riverside, california, and taking her business to new heights. [ cheers and applause ] >> it really is an incredible story. and, karina, we're so happy you came all the way here to be with us this morning. >> thank you so much. i'm so happy to be here. >> we mentioned my daughter. when i told her you were going to be on the show, she started jumping up and down screaming. you're a legend. >> that is so crazy. >> what's also says si is the whole concept of slime. how did you get into this? >> i know it's pretty weird when you think about it. so when i first started there
was only a few tutorials on youtube and it was how to make basic slime so i wanted to just do my twist on it, add a bunch of stuff to it and started experimenting and it just took off from there and i just started doing different type, i guess. >> we have them all at my house. your most popular video has 25 million hits. what do you think it is about your message and about these videos that is so popular? >> i think they're so satisfying to look at. i feel like you just want to jump in the screen and grab it. slime is just oddly satisfying. it's stress relieving. i'm going to be 23 years old and i make slime. it sounds really weird but believe me, if you have not made it before, yeah, it's really fun to play with. genuinely i'm serious, it is, yeah. >> speaking of paying off, you were able to buy your family a home at the age of 23. >> yes. >> congratulations. >> from slime had you ever have imagined that when you first started? >> never, no, of course not. like never in a million years. i feel like really it feels surreal. i'm so excited about it and so grateful. people at my age live with their
parents. i would have never expected this but i'm so grateful i'm able to accomplish that. >> lots of good things happening i understand. you want to share your new project with us? >> yeah, so i'm working on exciting stuff coming out with my second book this year. >> is it a book about slime. >> no, i actually just came out with a book on slime. it's "karina garcia's diy slime." i'm doing something else but -- >> diy-related? >> yeah, i'll say that. it's diy related and i'm going on tour next.so that's going to be really exciting. >> on your tour will you do like make slime? >> yes. >> we got a preview here. >> let's do it. >> i definitely want to do a bunch of other stuff. >> i love watching these girls. >> thank you so much. >> this is the first slime we're making. tell me what this is. and what we're doing. >> so, that's basically just basic slime. all it is is some glue with some detergent and that's all it is with some food coloring and that's as basic as it gets. >> do you also use -- i feel like my daughter is always asking me to get contact solution. >> there's different recipes. that's one of them. this one is detergent. >> then you put --
>> those are pom-poms to get different textures. >> just put it in? >> how does that feel, girls? >> you can just dump it in there. and just play with it. it's a cool texture. >> slimy. >> it's stress relieving, though, right, and you have a lot of stress in your life. >> you have your moment with the pom-poms. i'd like to move on to the very special clear slime. >> yeah. >> what is it about clear slime? >> clear slime is just clear glue that's literally the only difference and also you don't use detergent, you use baking soda and contact lens solution to -- so it won't get foggy with the detergent so that's basically that. then you could add in add-in, some glitter, gems and it's like pretty sparkly fun. >> oh, wow. >> this one has gemstones in it. i love that. it really is fun to touch. >> i know. >> yeah, it's really messy but it's so fun to play with. >> yes, it's really messy. but it's fun to play with, yes, it's really messy. >> this is a vat i want to jump in. >> oh, yeah. >> it's a different consistency. it's fluffy. i kind of want to eat it which i know we don't want to do. >> this is my favorite slime.
this is fluffy slime. you add shaving cream so once you add that, it literally triples in size and is like a big fat cloud. >> girl, give us your review. >> it feels really cool. >> so fluffy, right. >> basically it's like a cloud. >> it's like a -- >> yes, diving into a cloud. >> yeah, it's crazy. well, let me tell you, you are a rock star. >> thank you. >> in the slime world. >> thank you so much. >> more coming. i understand. >> yeah. >> congratulations to you. >> thank you so much. >> thank you for taking care of your family. you're a great inspiration to our kids. for the recipes you can go to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo if i can ever get this off my hands. coming up, big sean hitting the stage. don't go anywhere. we'll be right back. we'll be right back.
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ready to perform some more hits off his latest number one album, "i decided." we've decided big sean's biggest fans ever turning out despite this weather. thank you all for being here. >> thank you. >> great crowd. you're loved by our fans and you are loved in detroit. i know they gave you the key to the city. youngest person ever. you are -- the detroit tigers love you. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> and this new album is unbelievable. debuted at the top of the billboard 200. >> yeah. and i was the first to get the key to the city so that was major for me and my whole family. >> what an honor. >> made a big sean day in detroit official, the city council. >> we're making it right now. >> you're a hometown hero because of your foundation which recently launched mogul prep for inner city children. >> it was my mom -- my mom works the foundation on a daily basis. you know what i mean, so god bless my mom. she's one of the moms that cared about my dreams more than hers, you know, and we do a mogul prep program where we teach kids different jobs in the
music industry because growing up on tv, all i saw and wanted to be was a rapper. that's one in a million but it's 30 people to have something to do with me being on stage from the lighting technician to the engineers. to everybody, so -- >> it takes a village. >> i just want to inform people of that. extracurriculars. >> you can see why you are so loved. >> yeah, thank you. >> you know what, everyone wants to hear you sing, big sean. how about it. this is big sean singing "light." take it away. congrats. >> i want to dedicate this song to all the young souls that lost their lives too early. all the families affected by senseless violence, that's all the time where i'm from. matter of fact, let me see you clap it up. clap. ♪ is it time ♪ i spent my whole life trying to improvise ♪ ♪ i'm not saying that for you to sympathize ♪
♪ i spent my whole life trying to find the light that's at the end of the tunnel ♪ ♪ i should have realized it was inside ♪ ♪ so lately i been trying to get what's inside outside ♪ ♪ so many people wanna see my insides outside ♪ ♪ i'm from that city four hours east of southside ♪ ♪ where everyone outside but don't [ muted ] with no outsiders ♪ ♪ going up with the ones i hold it down with ♪ ♪ whole city got my back on some photobomb ♪ ♪ whole city blowing up on some old saddam ♪ ♪ before this i was the one she tried to go to prom with ♪ ♪ you know take the fame take the crib take our cars ♪ ♪ now we gotta take the train hood takin' chains ♪ ♪ slave master take our names 5-0 take the shot ♪ ♪ and young souls take the blame man but they can't take away the light ♪ ♪ no matter how much they gon' shade you look they can't with the light ♪ ♪ they can't stop the shine they can't mess with the light ♪ ♪ hell nah the boy's that bright ♪ ♪ even if you take away my life you can't take the light ♪ ♪ no matter how much they gon' shade you ♪
♪ got the whole city on fire boy this the flow that got steph curry inspired ♪ ♪ this the flow that got lebron james finna rewire ♪ ♪ this the flow that got my whole family finna retire ♪ ♪ flows on flows i might drown in this ♪ ♪ ye found a pro i guess i'm profound in this ♪ ♪ my dad from louisiana man the smallest town ♪ ♪ where if they know you're brown they might hold you down and even hose you down man ♪ ♪ since i'm his son i feel like i gotta stunt hard ♪ ♪ i took the hand that they gave me and played the donald trump card ♪ ♪ and realized counting money never feel as good as counting blessings ♪ ♪ and a loaded mind is more dangerous than a loaded weapon ♪ ♪ so when they take the fame take the crib take our cars ♪ ♪ now we gotta take the train and hood [ muted ] ♪ ♪ slave master take our names 5-0 take the shot ♪ ♪ and young souls take the blame man but they can't take away the light ♪ ♪ no matter how much they gon' shade you ♪ ♪ no, man they can't with the light they can't stop the shine ♪ ♪ no, man they can't take away the light hell no the boy's that
bright even if you take away our lives you can't take the light ♪ ♪ no matter how much they gon' shade you ♪ ♪ don't let them take away your soul no no no no ♪ ♪ don't let them take away what makes you whole ♪ >> you see they can take southsiders, they can tear us down. what you got to understand, our bodies are just a shell, but what they can't take away, our impact, our ideas, what we leave behind. doesn't matter what skin color you are. make sure you spread the light. i realize that karma is a real thing, man, and if you put that energy out there you get nothing but success and i truly mean that. if you feel that, let me see the peace signs in the air. thank you. [ cheers and applause ]
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ends sunday. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i think i'm ready to jump out the window ♪ [ cheers and applause ] happy friday, everyone. >> big thanks to big sean for being here. >> love your music. love your dad. thank you for coming. thank you guys for the rain. big sean. >> thanks to everyone who came out. >> should we do one more? one more. "jump out the window."
have a great weekend. >> all right, appreciate it. >> good morning, america. hi, mom. >> let's go. ♪ go go go ♪ yeah ♪ hey hey hey ♪ say yeah ♪ say yeah ♪ say yeah ♪ say yeah ♪ i think i'm ready to jump out the window ♪ ♪ jump, jump ♪ and turn that one that you with right back into your friend though ♪ ♪ we already wasted too much time and your time is the only thing i wish was mine ♪ ♪ so yeah i think i'm ready to jump out the window ♪ ♪ look know ya momma didn't raise you to take no disrespect yeah ♪ ♪ i feel, i feel like real
queens know how to keep the game in check ♪ ♪ yeah yeah yeah ♪ you, you cried on my phone the whole night that time he crossed the line yeah yeah yeah ♪ ♪ i went to straighten him out and you told me never mind yeah ♪ ♪ look the question isn't do he love ya ♪ ♪ the question is do ya love yourself ♪ ♪ you give the best advice to your friends and not take it for yourself ♪ ♪ remember when you used to come through and hit the mario kart ♪ ♪ and you always picked the princess i realized you was princess ♪ ♪ way back then we the best thing that never happened but ♪ ♪ i think i'm ready to jump out the window jump jump ♪ ♪ and do what turn that one you with right back into your friend though ♪ ♪ we already wasted too much time and your time is the only thing i wish was mine ♪ ♪ so yeah i think i'm ready to jump out the window ♪ ♪ jump jump
♪ look you been up at night sleep deprivation what's the hesitation ♪ ♪ what's ya reservation ♪ you been trippin', trippin' with no destination you need separation ♪ ♪ you need recreation y'all been arguing every other day ♪ ♪ ya friends gotta step in and break it up like chill chill chill ♪ ♪ it's no need to turn this into kill bill look ♪ ♪ funny we ran into each other her ♪
good morning on this friday. it is 8:59 and i'm reggie and mike nicco says it is going to be hot for many of you. >> yes, this is where you want to go santa cruz. and be careful if you are going out on the water though, because we have the small craft advisory for 1:00 to 11:00. my accuweather forecast, we will reach 100 today, and just today. alexis? >> look g ting at the roads, an some of you are still out there trying to get through the bay bridge toll plaza and the lights are on. and so we are starting to see the increased volumes. and today, the crash at livermore has cleared. and the delays of 101 to
jose and into san francisco. >> we will be back at 11:00 a.m. for the midday >> announcer: it's "live with kelly and ryan!" today, film and television star olivia wilde. an award-winning "broadway barks," bernadette peters. and ijustine doing cupcakes as we continue our "eat it, like it, share it summer cook-off." plus, cnn contributor van jones is kelly's cohost for the day. all next on "live!" ♪ [cheers and applause] and now, here are kelly ripa and van jones! [cheers and applause] ♪