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  • But, in Russia nigger is like how they

  • just say black.

  • Like. [CROSSTALK].

  • >> It's actually with the r, too.

  • >> No, I mean it.

  • [CROSSTALK] Tell him.

  • >> Nigger.

  • >> It's normal.

  • It's absolutely normal in Russia.

  • >> It's not offensive.

  • >> It's not America.

  • Different culture. It's also a different

  • language, so like saying nigger is normal.

  • >> Oh, what's that mean? >> It's just like

  • black person.

  • >> It's race?

  • >> Yeah, to black people it's normal.

  • [SOUND].

  • >> White people, don't try this at home!

  • [MUSIC]

  • You know, so we came to Moscow.

  • Of course, what we had to find was,

  • single black male in Moscow,

  • stranded, from Brooklyn.

  • No lie, these motherfuckers in

  • Moscow were fucking my flow up.

  • >> They don't smile much.

  • >> They're not like really happy people.

  • >> Lev, smile. [LAUGH]

  • >> Hey.

  • We got him.

  • We got him.

  • Russians smiling.

  • We need to see more of that.

  • >> Yo, we about to head to Soviet again to play

  • some old Russian games from like, the 70s and

  • the 80s.

  • It's gonna be great. China Town, China Town,

  • China Town.

  • [MUSIC]

  • It's China Town up in here.

  • So Sasha, what is this?

  • >> It's coins so like a [FOREIGN].

  • >> [FOREIGN] Like,

  • with all of this what could we buy?

  • >> In Soviet time one coin, one ice cream.

  • >> What about now?

  • >> Nothing.

  • >> You can't even get ice cream.

  • Could you get the cone?

  • Just reiterate what you guys were just talking

  • about, I, I wasn't able to capture that one.

  • Because you fucking arent doing your job.

  • That's cool Sam,

  • that's cool, that's cool, that's cool.

  • All right, this would be enough for us.

  • [MUSIC]

  • >> During the Soviet time,

  • there were lines to play the games.

  • There was nothing like it before.

  • We only had carousels.

  • We never had anything like this.

  • It was made by a special military order.

  • What happened is,

  • when the Soviet Union collapsed,

  • all of the games got tossed.

  • Nobody wanted them anymore.

  • They wanted Sega and things like that.

  • But I always said that this stuff is forever.

  • These games became popular again,

  • only now you can't find them anywhere.

  • Now this hardly exists.

  • >> [LAUGH] [SOUND].

  • >> Shit, you said way too much!

  • >> [LAUGH].

  • [MUSIC]

  • Bang, bang, bang.

  • [MUSIC]

  • >> So, yo, what brought you to Moscow?

  • >> What brought me here?

  • Well, to Russia in general,

  • was teaching English and all of that stuff.

  • >> Okay. >> You know?

  • I started making YouTube videos.

  • [SOUND].

  • >> Today we're gonna have a lesson on how to

  • sound like an American girl.

  • None of your business.

  • Now, none

  • your business means none of your business.

  • My first video I was, like,

  • speaking Russian and teaching them slang.

  • >> Like, what gave you that idea?

  • >> Girls. [LAUGH]

  • >> Oh, you was meeting

  • Russian girls.

  • >> Yes. >> Oh,

  • you was going to Brighton Beach.

  • >> You know there's,

  • you know there's a lot of them in New York City.

  • And, I didn't think no

  • one's really gonna like it.

  • I was just being silly.

  • But, it kinda blew up and now I'm here.

  • They were calling me, business deals and

  • all that stuff.

  • So now I gotta try my bad Russian.

  • Oh!

  • I'm messing up today.

  • The first time I played it, I played it for

  • like hours with this girl.

  • >> Yo, Russian chicks fuck with

  • black dudes heavy out here?

  • >> Yeah, half do, half are crazy about it and

  • half just don't like it at all.

  • >> Racism out here is a little different.

  • In America, if they're racist you hear a lot of

  • times like, black people do this, you know?

  • >> Yeah. >> They commit crime or

  • whatever it is.

  • But, out here it's like,

  • I don't like the way they look.

  • >> Yeah. >> I don't like that

  • they're here.

  • >> It's like that primal racism,

  • that caveman racism.

  • >> Yes, But, they usually make an exception when

  • you're American.

  • >> So, they kinda just like

  • the American bit about it.

  • >> Right, you can't tell-

  • >> It's not like

  • white college chicks in America.

  • >> Nah. They want the pipe.

  • >> It's different.

  • I mean, but.

  • Oh, that's a dead.

  • >> Damn. >> Yo, you gettin

  • fucked up.

  • >> Getting fucked up on camera.

  • >> Oh. >> Damn.

  • >> Damn, son.

  • >> I'm making black

  • people look real bad.

  • >> I'm making Chinese people look

  • fucking crazy good right now.

  • [NOISE].

  • >> You know this is real.

  • >> That was not fun.

  • Aren't we going to eat now?

  • I'm starving.

  • >> Well, we're about to have some shashlik.

  • Shashlik is

  • like the Russian barbecue kind of thing.

  • It's this kind of food that they have on a metal

  • rod and I hope you don't mind some beer man,

  • we gonna be drinking.

  • >> No, I prefer vodka.

  • >> You prefer? >> Yeah,

  • yeah, yeah, Asians get farty with the beer.

  • [LAUGH] Yeah, I need that vodka flow.

  • Popo is a peepin' right now so

  • we better just flip.

  • >> Oh, there's cops now?

  • >> Yeah, they're peeping at

  • us just now so we gotta.

  • >> Where? I don't even see them,

  • ninja [CROSSTALK].

  • >> Yeah, but especially with the New York hat,

  • the shades, and the chains, you know,

  • they want, they want come up real quick, so

  • they'll just holler at us over anything, anything.

  • >> Oh wait, they will just snatch you on

  • the street and try to get bread off you?

  • >> Yeah, yes, they want bread.

  • That's what it's about.

  • >> Oh, wow. >> They'll come at you,

  • be like, ask you questions.

  • But, I mean, it's all right,

  • there's no such thing as racial profiling in

  • Russia cuz it's Russia.

  • You know, it's normal.