-Thank you for being here! -Thanks for having me. -Of course. Are you kidding me? First things first —
can I call you Joe? -You can call me
whatever you want. People —
[ Crowd cheering ] -Okay, Daddy.
-Okay. You can call me Daddy.
[ Laughter, cheers ] -Can I call you Mommy?
-[ Laughs ] You just said,
“Can I call you Mommy? You can call me
whatever you want. -Okay.
[ Laughter ] -So, you’re obviously
a huge movie star. But the thing I love
is that you’ve m– -Thank you, thank you.
-Daddy, don’t play. [ Laughter ] You’ve managed to keep
a low profile. Have you always been like that? -It does sort of date back to
when I was a kid at summer camp. ‘Cause I started acting
when I was like 6. -Mm-hmm.
-And I would brag a lot about, like, “Oh, well, I was,
you know, on this show,” or, “I was in that commercial.”
-[ Laughs ] You were that kid. -“I have a professional career,”
you know, like… I was that kid. And naturally, like, the other
kids started making fun of me, which sucked. And I was like, “You know what?
I’m not gonna do that anymore. I’m gonna chill out and just,
you know, not brag anymore.” And so, it’s kind of hard,
’cause nowadays, bragging’s, like, become more
and more of a thing, hasn’t it? [ Both laugh ]
But, I don’t know, yeah. I just like to, you know,
do my work, do my art, and… -I love that so much. A humble legend, y’all.
A humble legend. [ Cheers and applause ] You know what I’m feeling
right now? -What’s that?
-I think it’s time to check up on our
Starbucks lovers over here. How y’all doin’ out there, huh? -I’m good.
[ Cheers and applause ] -How you feeling? Good?
You feelin’ good? You feelin’ bad?
-Yeah. -How are the drinks?
-Okay, amazing. -Wait up.
-Hey, I see you. -What about her,
who’s just, like, working on her laptop
over there like…? Hold on. Wait a minute. [ Laughter ] [ Cheers and applause ] How you guys doing? Hello.
-Hi. [ Laughs ] -You guys don’t have a camera
for this. -[ Giggles ]
-What are you working on? -This is riveting. -Schoolwork?
[ Laughter ] What are you studying? -Early childhood education. -That’s so cool.
Early childhood — I have two kids. -I love how it’s my show,
yet I’m alone. [ Laughter ]
How’d this happen? -I just wanted you to not have
zero attention. -Thank you.
-I mean, you’re over here… Yeah, absolutely.
-Aww! You’re so sweet. -Absolutely.
What’s your name? -Thank you. Olivia.
-Olivia, I’m Joe. -Nice to meet you.
-Nice to meet you. [ Cheers and applause ]
Carry on, carry on. She’s just over there
doing her work. I don’t know. -That was very nice of you. So, Joe, you recently gave a very different type
of performance, which I absolutely
have to talk about, because you were rapping with
Logic at Madison Square Garden. [ Cheers and applause ] How did this happen? -So… [ Laughs ]
He actually saw me — Bobby saw me on that show
“Drop the Mic,” where you rap at each other, and I was, like,
battling Seth Rogen. And he writes to me on Twitter.
And I was like, “This guy’s one of the best
rappers going right now. He’s writing to me on Twitter.” And we ended up making friends. And I actually asked him if he
would do a collaborative project with me and this community
HITRECORD that I run. And he agreed to do it, which
was a huge come-up for us. He joined our community. He did a song with people
around the world on HITRECORD. And when we were gonna announce
the project, he’s like, “I want to announce
it onstage at one of my shows.” I’m like,
“That’s amazing! Cool!” And he’s like,
“And you should do a song.” I was like, “What do you mean,
I should do a song?” He’s like, “I’ve seen you rap.
You should do a song.” I was like, “Okay.” He texted me back
like a few hours later. He’s like, “Do you know the song
‘Killing Spree’?” I was like, “I do know
the song ‘Killing Spree.'” I mean, the chorus of
“Killing Spree” is literally, “Ass [bleep] [bleep]
money, weed. Everywhere I look,
a killing spree.” Like, that’s the chorus of it. It’s actually a brilliant song
about social media. [ Laughter ] But, so, I’m like,
“Okay, I’ll do it. If that’s what you want me
to do, I’ll do it. Where are we gonna do this?” And he’s like,
“Madison Square Garden.” I was like…
-No pressure. -I’ve been waiting my whole life
to be onstage at Madison Square Garden.
-Yeah. -I did not think I would be
up onstage rapping, “Ass [bleep] [bleep]
money, weed.” [ Laughter and applause ] But, hey, you know? -How do you think it went? -I have no idea. I blacked out. -Well, I know how it went.
I have a video. Let me just say,
you killed it onstage. [ Cheers and applause ]
I’mma show this video. But be forewarned, there are
a lot of bleeps in the video. Let’s check it out. ♪♪ -♪ Ass…money, weed ♪ ♪ Everywhere I look,
a killing spree ♪ ♪ All the things
they wanted me to be ♪ ♪ Is all the things
that I turned out to be ♪ [ Cheers and applause ] -Excuse me, Joseph!
-Yes. -I think you did
absolutely incredible. -Thank you, Mommy.
-So, I w– Mm. [ Cheers and applause ] Sorry, um… I think we need to cut
to a commercial break.