Jimmy Addresses Past Mistakes and Speaks to NAACP President Derrick Johnson

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Published on June 2, 2020

Jimmy opens The Tonight Show with a statement on the protests against racial police violence and his use of blackface in a past SNL sketch before speaking with Derrick Johnson, president and CEO of the NAACP.

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20 comments

  • Katie Michalik 1 month ago

    We love you Jimmy!!!❤❤❤❤❤❤

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  • StelinaJaffee 1 month ago

    Black music 🎤🎤❤❤❤yep the antidote💣

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  • LovelyLina's Channel 1 month ago

    Jimmy, I’m super glad that you have stood your grounds about this. Silence is **NEVER** golden at all. We must stick together and love Jimmy and forgive him because of his actions. Canceling him is **NEVER** an option and it’s **NEVER** an excuse at all!

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  • MT Sentissi 1 month ago

    😢😢😢🤬🤬🤬😡😡😡
    Wild animal behavior!
    When the one who’s supposed to protect you ends up causing your loss!

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  • Deborah Randall 1 month ago

    I really like Jimmy Fallon however like Joe Scarborough he normalized trump and gave him way to much free air time. But I agree we all have made mistakes and I have to respect that. Carry on Jimmy I don’t want you cancelled.

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  • Nicole Zanders 1 month ago

    You ARE A RACIST!!!!!

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  • Libby Kissick 1 month ago

    ❤️

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  • Christopher Phanara 1 month ago

    OMG..Again, like I posted on James Cordon, he made me cry. How sad is it that comedians no longer have the power to bring joy.
    The world has gone mad. Please, i hope you can laugh again one day. I hope that ALL people may experience joy again one day.

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  • Nicole Zanders 1 month ago

    There are no gated communities in HEAVEN.

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  • Linda Ramirez hooe 1 month ago

    Love you Jimmy you are the best

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  • Nicole Zanders 1 month ago

    The first will be LAST and the LAST will be first.
    White entitlement ENDS at your last breathe

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  • Carolyn K 1 month ago

    When you know better, you do better! 👏🏿👏🏾👏🏽👏🏼👏🏻

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  • selick 1 month ago

    For once I like Jimmy. Except for the “Can I wear a T-shirt? is there a colour?” is there a sign? You can have more black people on your show and protest and demand justice

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  • Free Spirit Vibe 1 month ago

    I never thought he was racist. All ❤love. ✌Peace.

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  • Cassandra Kiser 1 month ago

    Love you jimmy. Well put and heartfelt. I loved you then, I love you now and I love you always. ❤️

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  • alohadave13 1 month ago

    WOW! This was the most moving and powerful 13 minutes of video that I have ever seen. Thank you Jimmy….p.s. I’m clicking on NAACP.org and getting involved

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  • WCgirl 1 month ago

    Jimmy you have nothing to apologize for. You were doing an impression of an actual person who happens to be black. It would have made no sense to do the impression with a white face.

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  • da f 1 month ago

    It’s heartbroken watching this.

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  • hensley2803 1 month ago

    Bravo Jimmy. Mr. Fallon should not be singled out for something that happened years ago. It was not done maliciously. How come nothing was said about Jimmy Kimmel’s “Karl Malone” skit? I’m not condoning either brand of “humor,” but let Mr. Fallon out from under this. He is humbled and chastised by this, and he had shown courage. And he has learned.

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  • Blaide 1 month ago

    loved it

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