Losing Your Black Card Is Not a Game – Obama’s Other Daughters
– Appreciate y’all
helping me clean out my Great Aunt Rosa’s spot, guys. Think of it like a
team-bonding experience. – But no hugs and
no trust falls. – Ooh, trust falls? – Girl, what is wrong with you? – I thought you had my back! – Ooh! – Ooh, girl, I’m eatin!
– Sorry, girl. – Oh, what’s this?
– What’s that? – Black Card Snatched. – I don’t know, Kira. Maybe we should put that back. My Great Aunt Rosa used to say, “Touch it and I’ll knock
the black off of you.” – Yeah, so what’s
she going to do? Come back from the dead? – Stop! I’m sorry, Aunt Rosa! – Look, I’m sorry,
but it’s just a game. We should play. – Okay. – Seek knowledge from within,
lest you lose your melanin? Once you start, you cannot stop. Get three wrong
and you will swap. – Swap? Oh, no no no, I’m not into that. I mean, I might be single, but I’m not swapping
my man, okay? – Okay. – Thank you. – That’s why you
all both single. High five on that. Be adventurous. – Oh, what kind of black girl
magic witchcraft is this? It’s moving! – Shakira, you’re high. – (gasps) Mine is moving, too! After you stop and drop,
what should you do next? A: Roll. B: Hands up. C: Shut ’em down, open up shop. D: Record the police. – I know what they
want you to say, ’cause this is a trick question. But the answer is A. You got to stop, you got to
drop, and you got to roll! Safety first. – Ashley, where did you grow up? That is literally a
classic hip-hop song! – Okay, that’s
literally a classic way to put yourself out
if you’re on fire. (objects clattering) – Oh! – Ashley, stop it! – Mayonnaise rights
made me do it! – I’m going to throw up! This is getting dangerous,
we need to stop! – Whoa, wait! You can’t just
leave me like this! – I’m telling you, it’s revenge! ♪ Pop music plays ♪ – We have to stop that
banshee from screeching! Let’s keep playing! When did The Million
Man March happen? A. 1994. B. 1995. C. 2019, inspired by the
Pink Pussy Hat March. D. April 5th, 1865. – Your went to an HBCU. A. 1994. Final answer. – Ah, what’s happening? No! – I can’t stop! – It was 1995! – No it’s not!
(crying) – Stampede! (drumming) – Oh, oh! – Okay! – Lookin’ like a Red Lobster
cheddar-baked biscuit! – Holy shit! You’re the man of my dreams. I had a dream about
you last night and you’re here! – Ew, not my type! – Where you goin? – I thought you said there was
going to be white women here! – What?
– Wait! – Where are you going? – What just– – Oh, we’re definitely
locked in here. – You all, if we get
the next one wrong… We lose! Like lose, lose.
– Okay! – Well, we are four
strong black women, okay? We got this!
– Oh my god. – Take your time! – Okay. – Who wrote “Lift
Every Voice and Sing?” – Okay, black national anthem. We got the answer to this!
– Please. – A. Martin Luther King Jr. B. James Weldon Johnson. C. Gucci Mane? – Say Gucci Mane!
– No! – What? – Yeah, he wrote
it for Bruno Mars! It’s all, “Wake up in the sky!” – Words are not the same, Kira! – He’s like, “lift
every voice, wake up.” They’re kind of similar. It’s a good song! Gucci is evolved! – Oh, Kira, Kira, Kira,
your ass is deflatin. (cries) – Oh, my ass! – It’s gone!
– Guys? – I don’t feel right! – Oh my god, I can’t stop– Oh my god, I can’t stop
saying “oh my god!” – I told my mom shut
up you stupid betch! – Don’t all lives matter?! – Oh my god, yes! You little slut. I’m literally obsessed
with you in blonde. It’s giving me major Goop vibes. – I plan on naming my
first-born Arugula. – My mom paid for
my college degree but I just want to
be an Instagram star! – Ashley, can I
have some mayonnaise for my tater tot casserole? – Yeah, mayonnaise.
– [Man] Ooh! – [Man] That’s what
I’m talking about. – [Man] Ooh!
– [Man 2] Right? – Oh, wow!
– Hey baby girl! – I see you, white queen! My white queen. – Kim K can’t have all the fun! – Oh my god, stop it!