Alright are you guys ready for your next comic? Are you guys ready for your next comic? [Applause] Alright you guys are in for a treat. This woman is actually headlining here in two weeks. And she is one of our absolute favorites. She is an Indy legend. She has a book that comes out in two weeks called, Rabbit, it is the story of her life. Give it up for my good friend, Ms. Pat! Let me hear ya! [Applause] Hello, how the f— y’all doing? [Laughter] I am going to make this quick. My husband thinks I am at Walmart. [Laughter] I got two sets of kids. I have a set of kids I had in my teens by my baby daddy and a set of kids I had in my twenties by my husband. So technically I got a set of Medicaid kids and a set of Blue Cross/Blue Shield kids. [Laughter] But I like my Medicaid kids more because they understand the struggle. If I was going to describe my mom I’d say that she speaks her mind, almost to the point where like it is so aggressive that people are not even mad at her. I like the Trump joke because you can tell the people who voted for him because they just stare at you. [Laughter] Move along. Come on Sir it is a comedy show. I know he my president too. You can laugh. I am embarrassed with you, okay. [Laughter] I know how you feel since you voted for Trump. Black people felt the same way when Flavor Flav was on T.V. [Laughter] People love her, but like you’re not taking her to the movie theater. Get that f—— fool off T.V. You’re not going out to like places where you will be quiet with her. Pick them up off the floor Ramon. Auntie Pat. He is crying. Hold on. He is not crying. He is breathing. Pick the clothes up off the floor Ramon. This one isn’t mine but this is. Oh, never mind. This is dirty. Never mind. Never mind. So the way that she operates she operated on the street is the way that she operates at home. It is really the same skillset and values except for you’re using your skillset and values to you know like make good people. And you’re using them to like make drugs before. You don’t want to help. mmm mmm Well you don’t eat. You don’t work you don’t eat. How about that? Okay. Is that a deal? I grew up in the inner city of Atlanta, single parent household, with an Alcoholic mom, with three brothers and a sister. I ended up being a teenage mom at 14 and I turned around and I had another baby by the same man, which was a married man, at 15. And he went to jail. So now I’m 15, high school dropout, with two kids can’t even get a job. So I did what I saw him do and I did what I saw most people in my community did was sell drugs. My momma used to always say when she die, she used to always talk about dying. And she was like, well at least when I die I won’t have to pay no light and gas bill. [Laughter] I’m like, d— you that cheap? [Laughter] And I used to always think like, what you worried about light and gas for? We never had both when we were kids. We either had lights or gas. We never had it at the same time. [Laughter] I have been doing comedy for 15 years now. When I started I had my four kids and I had my sister’s four kids. So I was eight kids in. I kept temporary custody for ten years. And she popped up out of nowhere and said I wanted them back. When I talk to my sister, I say, do you understand that this is a cycle? Our whole family is this: high school dropout, teenage pregnant, drug users, all … anything you can name it’s in my family. My mom was devastated because she saw this as her letting down another generation of her family. Sometimes I will say it, I should have did more. I should have f—— fought harder for them. And I didn’t. And that is why they are in the predicament they in but … What can you do? What can you do? They are not my kids. They are not my f—— kids. So what can I do? She is up here for two years, out of nowhere she gets back on drugs. And she run off and leave me with all four of the kids. So here I am, [Laughter] starting over again. I have a three six, eight, and nine-year-old. I have Central Avenue. No it is over here somewhere. I know what it was like with no foundation and no parents and nobody to love you. I don’t ever want anybody to experience that. [Kids playing] But if I can get four kids out of the cycle of the b——- my family go through, I think I did pretty good. [Kids playing] I just hope they take away, believe in yourself. Don’t tell me what you can’t do. I had two kids a fifteen and I still did everything. Just got real. There is no such thing as you can’t. My books are in! I’m an author! No you are not. You don’t even know how to read! [Laughter] Y’all just messed up my whole video.