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  • Hello, O'Shea.

  • Hey.

  • Good to see you.

  • I hear that you went out.

  • You were out later than me.

  • Yeah.

  • What time did you get home?

  • Probably about 2, 3.

  • Nice 8:45 pick up.

  • So it was a rough night.

  • But it was a good time.

  • Yeah.

  • Which parties did you go to?

  • Where do you go?

  • WME.

  • I'm a client of theirs.

  • And so I got to attend those.

  • But it's always fun.

  • I get to go and be a bit of a groupie.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • I get to see, of course, Leo and Paul Rudd.

  • I love Paul Rudd.

  • I love Paul, too.

  • I got to talk to Rami Malek.

  • It was really a popping night.

  • Yeah.

  • That's what's great about the Globes.

  • It's people from every industry.

  • It's film, television, music.

  • It was--

  • Yeah.

  • But you?

  • Yeah.

  • I mean, you cleaned up.

  • You brought home some hardware.

  • I did.

  • I did.

  • Would you like to hold it?

  • It's heavy.

  • Yeah.

  • Please.

  • Yeah.

  • It's nice.

  • One day.

  • Yeah.

  • But I've been such a major fan of you.

  • Like I told you before, I know you as Ellen Morgan.

  • And EDtv?

  • EDtv, you have a quote in there.

  • It says that you are the golden goddess of television.

  • And I think everyone will agree.

  • Oh, my God.

  • Thank you.

  • [CHEERING AND APPLAUSE]

  • Thank you.

  • Yeah.

  • You have a two-year-old daughter.

  • Yeah.

  • And that must be really fun.

  • Like, holidays, that's what it's all about, right?

  • Yeah.

  • Did you go crazy this year?

  • See, Dada has some checks now.

  • So I was able to--

  • I pretty much destroyed Christmas.

  • You know, I was killing Christmas.

  • Like, my family, everybody gets one cool gift.

  • But Jordan got all of the gifts.

  • Yeah

  • I destroyed.

  • She got a new tent that she likes.

  • She likes her little Barbie bikes.

  • Anything pink is pretty much on the market.

  • I was loving it.

  • It felt pretty good.

  • That's great.

  • That's great.

  • And Ice Cube is a grandpa.

  • Yeah.

  • [LAUGHS]

  • How is Ice Cube as a grandfather?

  • He's pudding.

  • Yeah?

  • Just mush.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • He loves it.

  • He's getting a kick out of it.

  • Every now and then he'll stop me and he'll be like, "Hey, man.

  • You got a great daughter."

  • And I'm like, "Thanks, Dad."

  • But she yells at him.

  • Whenever his phone rings, she'll just automatically, "No,

  • Granddad!"

  • And he has to take phone calls in the other room because

  • of the two-year-old.

  • Good for her.

  • [LAUGHS] Real strong.

  • She's right.

  • She's right.

  • All right.

  • So Just Mercy, we have to talked about this movie, which is so--

  • not just a great movie, but an important movie

  • because it's a true story.

  • And I just hope everybody sees it

  • because this is unbelievable.

  • And tell everybody what it's about.

  • Just Mercy is based off a book of the same title

  • by Bryan Stevenson.

  • And it's the story of him getting Walter McMillian,

  • a man who was wrongfully accused of a murder, off of death row.

  • And Bryan Stevenson is a real life superhero.

  • Some of the work that he's done to save

  • lives, you know, people who feel that they are hopeless,

  • that they don't have a voice, he stood up and gave these people

  • their lives back.

  • The EJI and everything that they do--

  • they invited me to this beautiful banquet

  • where I got to meet a man who was incarcerated

  • for 50 years for something he didn't do.

  • Unbelievable.

  • You can hear it in their voice that they

  • can't believe they're free, you know,

  • to be able to tell their story.

  • To see these grown men have that shake,

  • you know, that shake when they speak.

  • And it touches you.

  • And a lot of times, we have films or movies

  • that are popcorn movies to kind of escape from everything.

  • But this film, it kind of wakes people up.

  • And I hope that it inspires many more Bryan Stevensons.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • And we have him on the show this week with Michael B. Jordan.

  • And did you know Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Foxx before?

  • [LAUGHS] I had met Michael B. Jordan.

  • But I got to meet him on set, of course.

  • But Jamie, I knew.

  • I met Jamie Foxx one time.

  • I was probably 19, 20.

  • I was doing some Christmas shopping.

  • And I walked to the Gucci store to get my mom some glasses.

  • And Jamie Foxx is in the Gucci store, twirling a cane.

  • And I go up to him and introduce myself.

  • And he raps all of my dad's song Gangsta Gangsta

  • to me in its entirety.

  • And then a woman comes out of the wall in the Gucci store

  • with mimosas.

  • It was the craziest thing I'd ever seen.

  • [LAUGHS] It was wild.

  • I didn't even know-- where's the alcohol in the Gucci store?

  • Yeah.

  • But, yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • This was my first time interacting.

  • That's a good memory.

  • Yeah.

  • That's a good way.

  • I agree with you.

  • It's a very important film for everyone to see.

  • It's called Just Mercy.

  • It's in limited theaters now and opens everywhere Friday.

  • We'll be right back.

  • O'Shea Jackson Jr.

Hello, O'Shea.

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O'Shea Jackson Jr.'s Wild Meeting with Jamie Foxx in a Gucci Store

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/03
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