Jordan Peele Gives us Drunk Obama

You know him from Mad TV and Key & Peele. Jordan Peele is coming off a $30.5 million opening weekend for his racism-tackling new movie Get Out. He’s getting some help from some of his Hip-Hop friends as well. Chance The Rapper bought out an entire movie theater in Chicago for the day.

The Game saw what Chance did and was inspired enough to do the same out in L.A.

#LosAngeles I saw @chancetherapper’s post on #TheShadeRoom earlier & got inspired so in honor of #BlackHistoryMonth & in support of the homie “Peele” from @keyandpeele I bought out the entire @ipictheaters Westwood so 44 people can go see the movie #GetOut tonite free of charge ON ME !!! When you arrive, go to the front desk with your identification to get your ticket… One person per ticket & if you’re bringing a date, friend etc, they must be present to redeem their on ticket….. Food, beverage, gratuity and taxes are not included. No backpacks, excessive baggy jeans nor outside food or beverages are allowed as they reserve the right to refuse service to anyone….. aka act like you got some sense…. this is 1st come 1st serve & after 10pm this free offer will expire so be early or on time….. @Sir_AsifIqbal @HaileyGoodner & the team will take care of you upon arrival & I hope you all enjoy the movie as I haven’t even seen it yet myself but have heard great things & am always down to support friends & a cause… this is how #HipHop should support one another so again shout to the good brotha @chancetherapper for the inspiration 🙌🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾 #GetOut #Peele #BlackExcellence #HipHop #Support #PayItForward #iPicTheatres @therobinhoodproject

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And it looks like this trend might continue with Twista tweeting out how he wants to get involved on the next movie.

If you seen the comedy series Key & Peele then you’ve already seen his Obama impression. If you haven’t, well…enjoy this video below!

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