Comedian Tina Fey Refuses to Drop N-Bomb in song ‘Real Estate’

Donald Glover, star of NBC comedy series “Community,” released a new track from his mixtape featuring fellow comedian Tina Fey, rappers Alley Boy and Swank.

The actor-turned-rapper, who goes under the moniker “Childish Gambino,” raps about his wealth and riches in the track “Real Estate.”

The track is hilarious from the standpoint two comedians are making a strong attempt to sell themselves as emcees.

Fey didn’t sound too bad on the track. Honestly, she sounded better than the other featured artists.

On the track, the “30 Rock” star raps, “My president is black and my Prius is blue, mothaf**ka.”

Despite a barrage of N-Words being rapped in the song, Fey decides not to drop the bomb.

Later in her verse, she raps, “This is the part where most people would say something crazy and drop the N-word after it. Not doing that, I’m not doing that, I DON’T FEEL COMFORTABLE! I’m out.”

Listen to “Real Estate” and let us know what you think.

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Real Estate ft. Tina Fey