Cory Kahaney - Hip Hop

  • Season 8 , Ep 27
  • 06/10/2004
  • Views: 4,750

All white teenagers in New York City want to be Eminem. (1:07)

I HAVE AN 18 YEAR-OLD DAUGHTER

IN CASE YOU DIDN'T KNOW.

I HAD HER WHEN I WAS FIVE.

AND--

[LAUGHTER]

BUT THE MUSIC--

AND THE MALE HIP-HOP ARTISTS

ARE THE WORST 'CAUSE THEY'RE--

I DON'T EVEN THINK THEY REALIZE

HOW DEGRADING THE SONGS ARE

TO WOMEN, RIGHT?

EVERY MALE HIP-HOP ARTIST IS

LIKE, "BITCH, WHAT?

GET IN MY CAR.

SLAP YOUR ASS!

WHERE MY MONEY?"

RIGHT?

[LAUGHTER]

WHICH IS FINE, BUT THE GIRLS

ARE LIKE, "I LOVE THAT SONG!

OH, MY GOD, TURN IT UP!

I LOVE THAT SONG!

OH, MY GOD!"

[LAUGHTER]

THEY-- YOU KNOW, THEY ALL

WANNA BE EMINEM.

ALL WHITE TEENAGERS IN NEW YORK

CITY WANT TO BE EMINEM.

IT'S RIDI--

SHE EVEN HAS HER TEACHERS

FOOLED.

MY DAUGHTER GOT ONE A LAST YEAR.

SHE WROTE AN ESSAY CALLED

"THE SOUNDS OF THE GHETTO".

[LAUGHTER]

GOT IT?

"THE SOUNDS OF THE GHE--"

WE LIVE ON 76th AND CENTRAL

PARK WEST.

[LAUGHTER]

I'M READING THIS, "THE SOUNDS

OF THE GHETTO.

EVERY DAY I WAKE TO THE NOISE

OF HUNGRY DOGS FIGHTING OUTSIDE

MY WINDOW."

[LAUGHTER]

OH!

THAT'S THE SHITZU AND THE

BICHON FRISE.

AH!

HE'S SO CUTE.

[APPLAUSE]

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