Yo. What’s poppin’, my people? This is your boy, V-Didge. And we out here in these Cal U streets. [Aaron] Mm-hmm. Oh God, what is that? [Aaron] Who taught him that? [Doug] Told you. Oh, see? Look, look. Right there, Vivek just built the best defense for himself. Black people don’t let dogs kiss them on the mouth. That’s just not a thing that we— Aight. Cool. But none of the rest of that seems suss to you? Come on. I mean, sure. Yeah, Vivek as a human makes me feel very suss, conflicted, confused about a lot of things. But as a black person? No. And besides, he’s a minority, dude. He can’t steal from us. It still doesn’t give him an all-access pass, ’cause he’s not white. But it does give him a limited-access pass because, as a minority, we know what it’s like to have to assimilate. We don’t trust cops, we know the difference between a well-seasoned piece of meat and that bland-ass bullsh*t white people cook for Thanksgiving. What the hell is a tur-duck-en? Okay, I’m sorry. But bro, if you’re not black, right? It doesn’t matter how similar our taste buds or our hardships are — you stay in your lane, I stay in mine. It’s simple. But how can you tell which lane is which when everyone’s trying to be us? Black culture is pop culture. It’s not Vivek’s fault that the lines are so blurred. You know? [Cheering] What is that? It turned up a bit. What’s happening? Wave Cap Wednesday. These n***as about to be seasick. You hear me? Uh, I don’t know about that one. Come on, light skin. Come on. Come on. Don’t let me down. Don’t let daddy down. He won. He won that one. Hold on! Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh. Whoa. Whoa. [Rafael] Hold up. What? [Rafael] Here we go. Here we go. The lines aren’t so blurry now, are they?