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  • - If there was one aspect of South African culture

  • that I could --

  • [Female Guest] - transplant to America.

  • - Transplant to America what would it be?

  • What would it be?

  • I think it would be maybe our general ease at

  • talking about race and our racial past, you know.

  • Cause South Africa and America have very similar

  • histories you know in that there was many things that

  • were done to people of color that were extremely heinous.

  • But we, just maybe because of the Truth and Reconciliation

  • Commission in our country, we're forced to talk about it.

  • And we just talk about it.

  • It's painful but we laugh about it and it's out there.

  • Whereas in America I find that there's like a lot

  • of tension in and around that.

  • People are just like "Come on, do we have to bring that up?"

  • And it like, dude, I'm not saying you did slavery.

  • Calm down.

  • Do you know what I mean?

  • Cause that's how a lot of people treat it.

  • They're just like "I wasn't there".

  • I didn't say you were there.

  • I'm just like slavery happened.

  • "Yeah but I swear I wasn't--"

  • Dude, you're 37, calm down.

  • You know what I mean?

  • And I feel that there could be --

  • It helps to be able to have conversations

  • about those things because then it helps you

  • understand how you got to where you got to.

  • But if you can't have those conversations

  • then you just have to operate in a blind

  • space of like "How did this happen?"

  • "Why do so many black people live in

  • "this part of Harlem?"

  • "I don't know why do you think?"

  • "I don't know."

  • Do you get what I'm saying?

  • It actually opens it up, I think.

  • That would be like the one part.

  • And it doesn't fix everything.

  • Don't get me wrong.

  • But I do think it makes it easier

  • to address issues, to have conversations

  • when you can just be like "Yeah man, this shit happened".

  • You know what I mean?

  • You can just be like yeah, that was crazy.

  • That was wild that that happened, that this happened.

  • And that's the thing, a lot of the time

  • people think it's about assigning blame,

  • but it's not.

  • It's about addressing what happened so that

  • everyone can move forward and understand

  • why things need to be fixed or how they

  • got there in the first place.

  • Does that make sense?

  • Like imagine --

  • (applause)

  • Imagine if like you want to talk to your doctor

  • about something that happened inside your body.

  • And then your doctor scans and you're like

  • "Doc I think I might have a cancer".

  • And your doctor is like "I wasn't there.

  • "I wasn't eating with you".

  • You're like "No I just need your help fixing it".

  • "Yeah, I wasn't there though".

  • No man just like chill out.

  • That's the one thing.

  • I'll transplant that and chickens

  • that don't do weights and stuff.

  • (laughter)

  • That's the other part,

  • like chickens that just like are normal.

  • Cause American chickens is just like what is --

  • I'm sorry, what, is that the thing I'm eating?

  • Oh, like I remember when I first saw

  • a chicken wing in America.

  • This is the dumbest thing you've ever heard.

  • And you're going to judge me but I judge you back.

  • I remember the first time I had a chicken wing

  • in America, is like I ordered like buffalo wings.

  • Okay, I know this sounds crazy, but the reason

  • I was intrigued cause I saw it on someone else's plate.

  • And then I was like "What are those?"

  • And someone said those are buffalo wings.

  • And I was like "Oh, is this like part of the buffalo

  • "that I don't know".

  • And I was like I wanna taste buffalo wings.

  • And then I remember eating it and then I was like

  • "It's sort of like chicken."

  • And someone's like "It is chicken."

  • And then I was like "But it's buffalo."

  • And then they were like "No it's chicken."

  • Then I was like "What chicken is this?"

  • I was like "How big is the wing of this chicken?"

  • What dinosaur chickens do you guys have here?

  • Cause that's not the size of any normal chicken

  • anywhere in the world.

  • So, yeah, that's the one other thing I would bring

  • is just normal animals.

  • (laughter)

  • That's all.

  • Yeah, I would bring normal animals

  • and conversations about race.

- If there was one aspect of South African culture

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