Rell Battle Is A Retired Protester – CONAN on TBS

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Published on June 14, 2018

Rell thinks protests start too early and black lives should also matter at brunch.

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17 comments

  • PANGLIMA ISLAM 4 months ago

    Assalamualaikum.

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  • Gianfranco Palumbo 4 months ago

    First

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  • mwaleed86 4 months ago

    Funny black dude

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  • meeowmeeowmeeow 4 months ago

    Second! Hahaha no way!

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  • Poseidon 4 months ago

    Match stick 😂😂😂😂😂

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  • Souradeep Roy 4 months ago

    black lives can’t matter at lunch?

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  • Rob Eddy 4 months ago

    Funny until he turned racist. Broad-brushing whites in “the South” as racist is, in fact, racist. That should be clear to any thinking person.

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  • Umais Siraj 4 months ago

    russia 5 – 0 saudi

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  • bizzarono1 4 months ago

    Shame his series got canceled. He’s still Sweatpants to me.

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  • spinakker 4 months ago

    I’m not racist but I can hardly see this dude in front of that dark background
    Maybe Conan’s decorators should finally lighten up the set

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  • J Red 4 months ago

    😂

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  • J Red 4 months ago

    I hate seeing men wearing sneakers with suits ! It’s only 3 shoes u can do that with
    1 converse
    2 dunks / Jordan 1
    3! Air Force once ! That is it stop disrespecting a centuries of fashion

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  • Jonathan Eun 4 months ago

    This the most DC metro area comedy routine ever

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  • Anton Rüttenmeyer 4 months ago

    Why so short? It was pretty good!

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  • Manav Sharma 4 months ago

    “It’s pretty hard to be a ganster rapper when there is a positive male role-model in the house” 😂😂😂

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  • Stefan Stiefsohn 4 months ago

    There was someone involved in Rell’s conception who’s called “Jesus”. That Southerner will be so pissed off.

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  • Pavel Adamek 4 months ago

    Sneakers and suits… only in America.

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