It's not like the '60s and '50s.
See, '60s and '50s, weknew what was coming.
We knew what was coming.
Now, white kids are black, so.
Was that black-on-black crime?
Was that white on-- wasthat black-on-black?
Was that white-on-black,black-on-black?
Was that black-on-black-white?
Was that white being black?
See, what's happening is thewhite kids have been watching
hip hop, and we've been runningout the neighborhood sending
our kids to like,suburban schools.
So our kids arein private school,
and white kids are hardcore.
So the black kid'slike this-- hey.
And the white kid's like,I've got something for you.
The Jay-Z concert washappening in Detroit this week,
and I was watching it.
I love people just walk.
They just come downand walk to Jay-Z--
Jay-Z and Justin Timberlake.
Think about it.
Did we ever think we see a dayJay-Z and Justin Timberlake
and all the whitesuburban kids was going--
and they were singing lyrics.
[humming] And the blackkids-- what song-- what song
is-- We're goingto see John Mayer.