Ice T was featured on Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show, where they turned the air blue as they joked about the rapper’s past as a voiceover actor for cartoon characters.
Yet, the recently aired Fallon interview and sketches on The Tonight Show were definitely not for children!
In the hilarious show, Fallon gave the actor and rap star the opportunity to voice over characters, including Dora the Explorer and The Smurfs, explaining it is something he has done in his varied career.
Yet if the millions of viewers to the popular show were expecting something child-friendly and inoffensive, they were in for a shock. As Metro reported, in the hilarious sketch, Ice T and Fallon treated the audience to a rather more adult theme of the much-loved cartoons, which are too offensive to repeat. If you’d like to know what was said, you’ll need to watch the clip above.
Jimmy Fallon kicked off the interview by telling his Tonight Show viewers he would treat them to some past clips of the rapper voicing some of kids TV’s best loved characters. Yet it was certainly not cartoons parents would want their children repeating at school the following day!
Ice T turned into a foul mouthed version of Papa Smurf and an abusive member of the Care Bears, with words which certainly would never usually come out of the mouths of the loveable characters. Ice T also brought his British bulldogs Spartacus and Maximus on to the show with him, and also took the opportunity to take a swipe at Jimmy Fallon’s recent hand injury during a Dora The Explorer clip which sees the character patching up an injured feline.
Ice T recently revealed he is a father-to-be with his wife, Coco Austin, pregnant with their first child. He may want to stick for more family-friendly versions of TV show characters once the new arrival comes along.
Meanwhile, Ice T’s wife, Coco, has been fielding insults and skepticism from people who didn’t believe she was actually pregnant. She posted a pregnancy photo when she was six months pregnant, calling her stomach a “lump” instead of a “bump,” since she says she still has to push it out a bit so it can be seen.
Many of the naysayers were silenced a week ago when Coco posted 3-D ultrasound photos of her and Ice T’s unborn baby girl, in which she claims that the baby looks like Ice T in the photo on the left, and like herself in the photo on the right.
While Ice T got the laughs on The Tonight Show, it also featured a rare appearance from Lauren Hill.
The singer belted out Nina Simone’s “Feeling Good” to promote the album Nina Revisited: A Tribute to Nina Simone, a companion piece for the Netflix original documentary, What Happened, Miss Simone. It was a rare appearance after the former Fugees star has not appeared on live television for years, yet she is no stranger to Jimmy Fallon’s shows. She appeared with him four years ago on his Late Night show paying tribute to Bob Marley.
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