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  • - I did enjoy the fact that

    - 我很喜歡這樣的事實

  • Charlottesville and these white lives matter rallies

    夏洛茨維爾和這些白人的生命問題集會。

  • they show an alternate image of angry protestors.

    他們展示了憤怒的抗議者的另一種形象。

  • Because they like to put this whole rioting narrative

    因為他們喜歡把這整個暴動的說法。

  • on the black community.

    對黑人社區的影響。

  • Like that's our thing.

    好像那是我們的事。

  • And like, rioting is not a black thing.

    就像,暴動不是一個黑色的東西。

  • Resilience is a black thing.

    彈性是一種黑色的東西。

  • Overcoming the odds is black thing.

    克服困難是黑色的事情。

  • Frying chicken, barbecuing, durags, that's black shit.

    炸雞,燒烤,榴蓮,那是黑狗屎。

  • (audience laughing)

    (觀眾笑)

  • But riots, that's not our thing, okay?

    但騷亂,那不是我們的事,好嗎?

  • That's not, it's... and it's not like we wanna do it.

    這不是,這是... ... 它不喜歡我們想這樣做。

  • 'Cause I don't like in the news

    "因為我不喜歡在新聞裡

  • when they're talking about these cases

    當他們在談論這些案件時

  • and these verdicts that are about to come out,

    和這些即將出爐的判決書。

  • they're always like, "The verdict will be read at 04:00 PM.

    他們總是喜歡,"判決書將在下午4: 00宣讀"。

  • We'd advise you to stay inside,

    我們建議你呆在裡面。

  • board up your windows, evacuate the city if you can."

    板上你的窗戶, 疏散城市,如果你能。"

  • Like it's some kind of hurricane warning.

    好像是某種颶風警報。

  • It's like, rioting is not plan A,

    這就像,暴動不是A計劃。

  • it's plan C.

    這是C計劃

  • Plan A is telling America,

    A計劃是告訴美國。

  • "Ay, there's some messed up stuff going on."

    "唉,有些亂七八糟的事情。"

  • And we hope they hear it.

    我們希望他們能聽到。

  • Plan B is showing footage of the messed up stuff

    B計劃是展示亂七八糟的東西的鏡頭。

  • we have been talking about and we hope that's digested.

    我們一直在談論,我們希望這是消化。

  • But if plan A don't work, and plan B don't work,

    但如果A計劃不成功,B計劃也不成功。

  • (grunts) (audience laughing)

    (咕嚕聲)(觀眾笑)。

  • We gonna have to burn something.

    我們得燒點東西

  • (audience laughing)

    (觀眾笑)

  • I'm not a rioter, or one who riots.

    我不是暴徒,也不是暴動的人。

  • Too much smoke, I got asthma, you know?

    煙太多了,我有哮喘,你知道嗎?

  • It gets in between me and my message,

    它妨礙了我和我的資訊。

  • I can't even get the full slogan out, you know?

    我連完整的口號都說不出來,你知道嗎?

  • So what I like to do is let the rioters do their thing,

    所以我喜歡做的是讓暴亂者做他們的事情。

  • and then when they go to sleep, then I hit the streets,

    然後當他們去睡覺, 然後我上街。

  • go to racist people's cars

    去種族主義者的車

  • and take off their current registration sticker.

    並摘下他們目前的註冊貼紙。

  • Yeah, yeah. (audience laughing)

    是啊,是啊。(觀眾笑)

  • I'm not gonna fuck up your property,

    我不會破壞你的財產。

  • I'ma gonna fuck up your day.

    我要去他媽的了你的一天。

  • I'ma send you to the DMV

    我送你去車管所

  • 'cause black lives matter.

    因為黑人的生命很重要

  • And then I'ma key your shit.

    然後我就會把你的東西鎖起來

  • 'Cause I be mad but I don't wanna like,

    因為我很生氣,但我不喜歡。

  • be a riot person, but I do wanna strike back.

    我是個暴徒,但我確實想反擊。

  • Like I don't know. I just wanna be like, a petty rioter.

    就像我不知道。我只是想成為像,一個小暴徒。

  • Like, next time somebody does some messed up stuff,

    就像,下一次有人做一些亂七八糟的事情。

  • shoot some unarmed black dude,

    拍攝一些手無寸鐵的黑哥們。

  • I'ma be mad but I'm not gonna burn the city down,

    我很生氣,但我不會把城市燒掉。

  • I'ma just find the house of that cop

    我就去找那個警察的家

  • and break in, and take they best wine

    破門而入,取其佳釀

  • (audience laughing)

    (觀眾笑)

  • and throw it in the freezer, you know?

    然後把它扔到冰箱裡,你知道嗎?

  • (audience laughing)

    (觀眾笑)

  • I'ma just mess up their next celebration.

    我只是搞砸了他們下一次的慶祝活動。

  • "Grab the wine, honey."

    "拿酒來,親愛的。"

  • (James screaming) (audience laughing)

    (詹姆斯尖叫) (觀眾笑)。

  • - To me, the only difference between a good comedian

    - 在我看來,一個好的喜劇演員與一個好的喜劇演員的唯一區別就是

  • and a good reporter is a neck tie.

    而一個好的記者就是領帶。

  • You see a issue, gather the facts of the issue,

    你看到一個問題,收集問題的事實。

  • you deliver an opinion and perspective on the issue

    見仁見智

  • that you hope will educate people.

    你希望能教育人們。

  • And some cases with some comedians that (indistinct) change.

    而有些情況下,一些喜劇演員,(緲)變。

  • (upbeat music)

    (歡快的音樂)

  • - I know black people are tired though,

    - 不過我知道黑人很累。

  • we really fucking tired.

    我們真的他媽的累了。

  • So we just voting for black people right now.

    所以我們現在只是把票投給黑人。

  • And I know white people try to make us feel guilty.

    我知道白人想讓我們感到內疚。

  • Like, "Oh, you only voted for Obama because he's black."

    就像,"哦,你只投票給奧巴馬 因為他是黑人。"

  • Fuck yeah!

    我操!

  • We voting for everything.

    我們投票支持一切。

  • Jamal, Trey, Ray Ray, Little Rell,

    賈馬爾、特雷、雷雷、小雷爾。

  • all them n****s, we voting for them, yeah.

    所有這些N****,我們投票給他們,是的。

  • If there was a candidate named Niggi Niggerson,

    如果有一個叫尼吉-尼格森的候選人。

  • I would vote for him, do you understand? Like,

    我會投給他,你明白嗎?明白嗎?

  • (audience laughing)

    (觀眾笑)

  • white people vote for white people too,

    白人也會投票給白人。

  • that's why the fuck y'all still in power,

    這就是為什麼他媽的你們還在掌權。

  • ain't enough n****s voting,

    是不是足夠的N****的投票。

  • so we gotta get out and vote.

    所以我們得出去投票。

  • Where the camera at? (audience laughing)

    攝影機在哪裡?(觀眾笑)

  • You know it's like Kevin Hart talked about it, right?

    你知道這就像凱文-哈特說的那樣,對吧?

  • He says he don't wanna do anything too political.

    他說他不想做任何太政治化的事情。

  • He's experiences these things,

    他經歷了這些事情。

  • but he wants to just, you know, have fun,

    但他只是想,你知道,有樂趣。

  • and people come out to see him and have a good time,

    和人們出來看他,玩得不亦樂乎。

  • and I understand that.

    我明白這一點。

  • I just don't wanna be that

    我只是不想成為那個

  • because you're saying things out of your mouth

    因為你嘴裡說的都是廢話

  • that people are picking up with their ears and digesting.

    人們用耳朵去聽,去消化。

  • - I like watching Trump rallies, yeah.

    - 我喜歡看特朗普的集會,是的。

  • 'Cause for the first time in my black life

    "因為在我的黑人生活中,這是第一次

  • I get to see white people be embarrassed

    我可以看到白種人尷尬的樣子

  • by other white people.

    由其他白人。

  • Now you know how we feel when we watching news

    現在你知道我們看新聞的感受了吧?

  • and they always pick the worst eye witness.

    他們總是選擇最糟糕的目擊者。

  • They're like, "Live from the fire,

    他們就像 "火中取栗 "一樣。

  • sir with the missing teeth, and the cornrows on the side

    先生的牙齒缺失,側邊的眉毛。

  • with a bald spot, would you like to tell us

    禿頂,你願意告訴我們嗎?

  • what happened tonight?" (audience laughing)

    今晚發生了什麼?"(觀眾笑)

  • He be like, "Yo news lady, bitches shit was crazy, yo.

    他就像,"喲,新聞女士, 母狗狗屎是瘋狂的,喲。

  • I was pushing my cart across the street,

    我推著我的小車過街。

  • I saw a fire. (audience laughing)

    我看到了一場火災。(觀眾笑)

  • They'll be like, "Do you know how the fire started?"

    他們會說:"你知道火是怎麼燒起來的嗎?"

  • "It was me, it was me."

    "是我,是我。"

  • Over the course of the past four years of traveling

    在過去四年的旅行過程中。

  • I've definitely seen a change.

    我肯定看到了變化。

  • Like, I knew Trump was going to win

    就像我知道特朗普會贏一樣

  • before everybody else that I knew knew.

    在我認識的所有人都知道之前

  • Because I would be out there for the past two years

    因為這兩年我都會在外面混日子

  • driving, cornfields miles, hours,

    駕駛,玉米地裡,小時。

  • huge Trump signs.

    巨大的特朗普標誌。

  • I'm not talking about like,

    我說的不是喜歡。

  • a little thing in the front yard,

    前院裡的小東西。

  • I'm talking about like, 10 by 10 erected in the cornfield.

    我說的是在玉米地裡豎起來的10乘10的樣子。

  • It was kinda like white people just woke up and was like,

    這有點像白人剛醒過來,就像。

  • "Oh, we don't have to hide the way we feel anymore.

    "哦,我們不用再隱藏自己的感覺了。

  • We have somebody that's gonna back us up."

    我們有人會支持我們。"

  • - There's a turn back the clock agenda going on

    - 時光倒流的議程正在進行中。

  • in Washington DC.

    在華盛頓特區。

  • N****s have gotten a little too far, you know?

    N****,已經有點過火了,你知道嗎?

  • Eight years of a black man coming out of the White House

    八年來,一個黑人從白宮走了出來

  • drove certain people to madness, all right?

    把某些人逼瘋了,好嗎?

  • 'Cause when you vote for a orange motherfucker,

    因為當你投票給一個橙色的混蛋,

  • you know, that's madness.

    你知道,這是瘋狂的。

  • When you vote for a motherfucker

    當你投票給一個混蛋

  • who has the IQ of plant life, that's madness.

    誰有植物生命的智商,那是瘋子。

  • - You know, I was working at the "Tonight Show" at the time

    - 我當時在 "今夜秀 "工作。

  • and everyone was crying and everything.

    每個人都在哭,一切。

  • And then some of my friends were like,

    然後,我的一些朋友們都喜歡。

  • "Well, I'm not even going home for Thanksgiving.

    "好吧,我都不回家過感恩節了。

  • This is crazy."

    這真是瘋了。"

  • And I was like, "Why aren't you

    我當時想,"你為什麼不...

  • going home for Thanksgiving?"

    回家過感恩節?"

  • And they were like, "'Cause Trump is a racist,

    他們就說:"因為特朗普是個種族主義者。

  • and they're racist, and they voted for a racist."

    他們是種族主義者, 他們投票給一個種族主義者。"

  • And I was like, "Oh, cool, cool cool.

    我當時想,"哦,酷,酷酷。

  • Your uncle was racist last year.

    你叔叔去年就有種族歧視

  • Like, nothing has changed."

    像,什麼都沒變。"

  • Like, I don't know why we give this dude all this credit.

    就像,我不知道為什麼我們給這傢伙所有的榮譽。

  • Maybe 'cause he puts his name on everything,

    也許是因為他把他的名字寫在所有的東西上。

  • we're letting him put his name on history.

    我們讓他把他的名字寫在歷史上。

  • - We are living in a weird political time right now.

    - 我們現在生活在一個奇怪的政治時代。

  • I know 'cause I'm on Facebook.

    我知道,因為我在Facebook上。

  • A lot of people get in political arguments

    很多人都在政治上爭論不休

  • on Facebook called Facebook drama.

    在臉書上稱為臉書劇。

  • If Facebook is drama for people

    如果說Facebook對人們來說是戲劇

  • who've never been in a fist fight.

    誰從來沒有在一個拳頭戰鬥。

  • (audience laughing)

    (觀眾笑)

  • I don't think Facebook is drama

    我不認為Facebook是戲劇

  • 'cause I been in a fist fight.

    因為我一直在打拳。

  • Like, I'm from the projects,

    就像,我從項目。

  • the only time I've seen words hurt someone

    我只見過一次言語傷害了別人

  • is when I saw a girl get hit with a belt buckle

    就是我看到一個女孩被皮帶扣打的時候

  • that said Denise. (audience laughing)

    說丹尼斯。(觀眾笑)

  • In the era of Trump I kind of already act on

    在特朗普時代,我算是已經行動了。

  • my impulse to turn my anger

    睚眥必報

  • and make it productive for me.

    並使之成為我的生產力。

  • So a lot of people who are like,

    所以很多人誰都喜歡。

  • the age of Trump or talk about that in a way,

    特朗普的時代或在某種程度上談論。

  • I feel like just started getting angry in November.

    我感覺11月份才開始生氣。

  • And I've been angry the whole time.

    而我一直都在生氣。

  • Like, going to five high schools,

    比如,去五所高中。

  • seeing my grandfather die when I was 10 years old,

    在我10歲的時候,看到我的祖父去世。

  • not growing up with my dad in the house,

    不成長 與我的爸爸在家裡。

  • growing up in the projects,

    在項目中成長。

  • knowing friends getting killed when I was a teenager.

    我十幾歲的時候就知道朋友被殺了。

  • Everything that, you know, could have like,

    一切,你知道,可能有喜歡的。

  • broken me down, has made me like,

    讓我崩潰,已經讓我喜歡。

  • someone who overlooks all the political stuff,

    有人誰忽略了所有的政治的東西。

  • and is just like, you don't understand like,

    和只是喜歡,你不明白喜歡。

  • what I escaped.

    我逃出來的東西。

  • I'm a lot stronger than

    我比你強多了

  • whatever this four years, age of Trump whatever bullshit.

    不管這四年,特朗普的年齡什麼狗屁。

  • Niggers don't got time for that.

    黑鬼們沒時間做這些事

  • - Yeah, I mentioned it, you have to

    - 是的,我提到了,你必須

  • because this is the world we're living in now,

    因為這就是我們現在生活的世界。

  • but I'm not spending my time talking about that man.

    但我不會把時間花在談論那個人上。

  • I'ma let you guys get used to the voice,

    我讓你們習慣這個聲音。

  • 'cause I can see some confusion.

    因為我可以看到一些混亂。

  • (audience laughing)

    (觀眾笑)

  • He's looking at me like, "Is that Idris Elba?

    他看著我,"那是伊德里斯-艾爾巴嗎?

  • What's happening? (audience laughing)

    發生什麼事了?(觀眾笑)

  • You didn't know before Idris,

    你在伊德里斯之前不知道。

  • that there was black people in England.

    在英國有黑人。

  • You didn't know, you didn't know.

    你不知道,你不知道。

  • I've been living in America 10 years,

    我在美國生活了10年。

  • and for nine and a half of those years,

    並在其中九年半的時間裡。

  • people thought I was an Australian Aborigine.

    人們以為我是澳洲土著人。

  • (audience laughing)

    (觀眾笑)

  • I get into a lot of twitter fights

    我經常在微博上打架

  • with people going, "You immigrants, you guys come

    與人們說:"你們這些移民,你們來。

  • into our country and taking our jobs."

    進入我們的國家,並採取我們的工作。"

  • I'm like, "The only reason I'm born in England

    我想,"我出生在英國的唯一原因,

  • is 'cause you guys came to Nigeria and fucked it up."

    是'因為你們來到尼日利亞,把它搞砸了。"

  • When you come to someone's house and mess it up

    當你到別人家去,把它弄得一團糟的時候

  • don't be surprised if they turn up at yours,

    如果他們在你那裡出現,不要驚訝。

  • we're family now.

    我們現在是一家人了。

  • - People are taking obvious sides.

    - 人們的立場很明顯。

  • They either incorporating politics into their humor,

    他們要麼將政治融入到他們的幽默中。

  • or they're not.

    或者他們不是。

  • - I'm not a political comic at all.

    - 我根本就不是一個政治漫畫家。

  • I have opinions, but it's not like

    我也有意見,但不像...

  • I consume politics on a daily basis.

    我每天都在消費政治。

  • I wish we could have a break, just a break.

    我希望我們能休息一下,只是休息一下。

  • - The way that cops describe black men

    - 警察描述黑人的方式

  • after they shoot us is insane.

    後,他們拍攝我們是瘋狂的。

  • It's like, "He looked like a beast from hell."

    這就像,"他看起來像一個來自地獄的野獸。"

  • "He charged at me like a linebacker."

    "他像個後衛一樣向我衝過來。"

  • "I feared for my life."

    "我擔心我的生命。"

  • - Let us not forget the classic,

    - 我們不要忘記經典。

  • "I thought he had a gun."

    "我以為他有槍。"

  • vintage law enforcement. - Oh yeah.

    復古的執法。- 哦,是的。

  • That's their catchphrase.

    這是他們的口頭禪。

  • That's their version of, "Did I do that?"

    那是他們的版本,"我做了嗎?"

  • And you're like, "Yeah, I saw the video."

    你會說,"是啊,我看到了視頻。"

  • (audience cheering and applauding)

    (觀眾歡呼鼓掌)

  • - Our experiences in England as black people

    - 我們作為黑人在英國的經歷

  • are very similar.

    是非常相似的。

  • You forget the Brits were the best racists.

    你忘了英國人是最好的種族主義者。

  • They were the most prolific slavers.

    他們是最多產的奴隸販子。

  • The Americans did the equivalent of like,

    美國人做了相當於像。

  • if you rob someone's house, or you steal something,

    如果你搶劫別人的房子,或者你偷東西,

  • and you take it back to your own house.

    然後你把它帶回自己的房子。

  • Whereas the Brits rob someone's house

    而英國人則是打劫別人的房子。

  • and hid it somewhere else.

    並把它藏在別的地方。

  • The experiences in England as black people, it's the same.

    作為黑人,在英國的經歷,都是一樣的。

  • The only reason black people don't die at the same rate

    黑人不以同樣的速度死亡的唯一原因。

  • in England at the hands of police,

    在英國的警察手中。

  • is 'cause our police don't carry guns.

    是因為我們的警察不帶槍。

  • - But one time... this is actually how

    - 但有一次... 其實是這樣的。

  • I was stopped by the cops in a cab.

    我在計程車上被警察攔住了。

  • I was pulled over by the cops in a cab

    我在計程車上被警察攔下了。

  • on the way to another comedy show.

    在去另一個喜劇表演的路上。

  • And I was in Brooklyn, and I felt like

    而我在布魯克林,我覺得像

  • they were working with this cab driver I should say,

    他們和這個計程車司機一起工作,我應該說。

  • to just like, stop brothers who were surprised

    就像,阻止兄弟們誰是驚訝

  • that they got a cab in the first place.

    他們得到了一個計程車擺在首位。

  • I had to go to another show and still process that.

    我不得不去參加另一場演出,還在處理這個問題。

  • Of course, I have to joke it off,

    當然,我得開個玩笑。

  • but it still like, that pain,

    但它仍然喜歡,那種痛苦。

  • it doesn't really fully leave me,

    它並沒有真正完全離開我。

  • or I'm not over it 'till I can like, you know,

    或者我還沒有結束它,直到我可以喜歡,你知道的,

  • write a joke about that.

    寫一個笑話。

  • This actually happened to me recently.

    其實這種情況最近就發生在我身上。

  • I was pulled over by the cops in a cab.

    我在計程車上被警察攔下。

  • Yeah. I didn't know they could do that either.

    是啊,我也不知道他們可以這樣做。

  • And they put on the lights, <