About to have a black president,
we about to have a black president.
What you know about that, what you think about that?
Come on now, don't act like that.
We about to have a historic night.
We about to witness history.
You know I think you said that twice.
Come on now bruh, I don't feel the love
from you right now bruh.
I'm sorry, excuse me audience.
Please forgive my rudity.
We weren't formally introduced.
I am Antonio Israel but since we gonna get
to know each other so well you can call me Ant
and I, well I will be your guide
on this historic night of change in America.
Hell, the entire world.
Tonight, we're going to
elect our first African American president.
A historic night for everybody.
Man, if you say history one more time I'ma hurt you.
Ladies and gentlemen, this is my elder brother,
Kane Demetrius Israel, but please call him KD.
Do not call him by his whole name.
Don't do that, he hates that.
He's a Leo, he likes popcorn shrimp,
moonlit rolls on the beach and 80's ballad by Tiffany.
Hey, we'll you get that camera out of my face?
That's alright, he just sore 'cause Debbie Gibson
was always better.
Shake Your Love, Foolish Beat, Lost In Your Eyes.
I mean come on now.
Anyway, little bit about myself.
I was born and raised in the county of Dade,
Opa-locka, Florida which is of course the backdrop
for this evening's event.
A graduate of Norland Senior High School.
That's right, the mighty Vikings,
and a member of the University of Miami School of Medicine.
That's right, ladies, I'm a doctor.
Don't worry about it, I'm taken, anyway.
Yo, yo, yo man, look, if you gonna be doing all that
why don't you go on to the room?
Or go outside or something, I mean
you see I'm in here working.
No, no, no, no bruh.
Listen, tonight is not about work.
Tonight, we are about to have a histor--
About to have a party.
How much is this?
I had a go at 10 man, put the rest on pump three.
Alright, thanks man.
Go ahead on, man.
Hey man, let me get a gar, man.
Bruh, you got a light?
Yeah, I got a light.
I don't smoke though, least not no more.
All this gas, you ain't about to burn me up in flames.
You know what, you right, you right
but brother, you know it's kind of crazy out here
so go head on and be safe, alright?
Yeah, alright, you be safe too, homie.
Ant called yet?
You wanna wait on him a little bit longer?
Well the food's ready.
I could get my mother to drop us off.
Thank you, that'd be nice.
Ma, drop us off at Ant's house.
Why don't you just drive yourself?
I told you how I felt about tonight.
I'm not driving tonight.
Then why don't you just stay home?
Mother, I'm a grown woman.
I can make my own decisions, Jesus.
Alright, alright, okay.
Don't forget to wear your sweater.
Did y'all pack the food in the car already?
Listen, I know you don't understand
and I know you think I'm crazy
but none of that matters right now.
Tonight is different.
I need you to just stay home, don't answer the door,
just pray and wait for the shadow to pass over, okay?
Should we put goat's blood on the door
and call Moses?
Mother, I'm serious.
It's not funny.
If you're not going to listen to me I can't help you.
Oh girl, shut up, you know I'm just playing with you.
You don't have no sense of humor?
How you deal with Inez?
I ask myself that every day.
Do you read every day?
Same thing or different passages?
A different chapter of Proverbs
for every day of the month.
Does it help?
Does reading every day help?
Reading, every day, does it help?
Oh yeah, yeah.
Yeah, it keeps me straight.
What's up, player?
Y'all better lock that door.
Ladies and gentlemen, may I introduce Dwayne Shepherd
otherwise known as the Shep.
Aka D-Shep, aka Big Bo Peep, aka Little Gold Herder,
aka you know the rest.
Whoa, whoa, whoa black man, where you been?
Over yonder way, yeah.
Across the field?
Nah, nah, nah, past that, past that.
Over there across the water?
No, no, no keep going past the water.