Keke gets real about Area 51

A million people said they're planning to raid the secret government area. Keke explains why that's a bad idea.
6:17 | 07/16/19

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real cool story that I saw on Twitter, a dad from Texas a dad of four, Jeff went viral after daughter Carly tweeted his text asking for fashion advice before a date. Carly tweeted, life with a single dad asking for advice on date outfits. He sends photos of outfits, they go through it. Unfortunately, get this part, he got stood up. But the internet loves him and so they're all in support of him. So we're going to have them on the show later this week, he and his girls. Another great hashtag. We've been talking about this all week. It's been all over the net. Hotgirlsummer. It's sweeping the internet. It's a new trend started by a rapper. She's superdope. Everybody has been posting about it from fans to friends, to other celebrities, it got so big that even Wendy has tweeted about it. Maybelline, and I'm thinking, they're advertising with your stuff, they better be paying you girl, okay, protect yourself. You even told me something similar happened with you. If somebody sees something great or something cool that you use a hashtag, they will go and take it from you. I always tell people get your web domains as soon as you hashtag it and you think it's cool. It's a double-edged sword. The whole point of the internet is that it's like the wild, wild west, the place where you can say whatever you want or get things going. You want to create a wave with what you're doing. What do you do when corporate America starts making money off of it? I mean, danger, if I did patent it, would you have used it? It's a hard place to be. But you want to have it just in case. Later on, if you choose to say, hey, you owe me a check -- Exactly. Shut-out to Megan. Congratulations to her and all her success. Much love. Check this out. A bunch of people on Facebook say they're going to storm area 51 in Nevada to find out if there are aliens. There are number of people -- the number has reached 1 million. Can you believe it? The air force has warned people to not come because, you know, they got those guns. But, on Facebook, these people say we can move faster than bullets. Do we have Superman in the building? I don't think so. But something that's interesting about it, it's a very creative concept. But at the same time it's not all the way throughout through. Do they think the aliens are going to be nice when they walk up? Also, is there some type of anniversary that coming up? Who all of a sudden said, area 51, we got to do something about it. As a matter of fact, let's get into it. Look, I don't think there's anything wrong with rallying people if you're trying to make a difference in the world. Most great things came from a place of rebellion, occupy wall Street, women's March, the million man March, but there's a difference. Plus, you're planning an outdoor rally in the hot Nevada desert during the summer, who's the genius putting this together? The guy from the fire festival? You do know that this is military base? Even if you get past the guards, the guns and the fences, then what? You think the aliens are chilling in the lobby? No. You'll have to go some down creepy basement, 12 stories below the Earth, and for some amazing reason, there are aliens there, this is not a proper introduction, they have been held captive. Come on, y'all, we got to do better than this. Okay, keke, there's something else I want to talk about. There are thousands of people in Sweden who are putting microchips in their hands to replace credit cards and cash. Can you believe this? More than 4,000 people have had the chips, about the size of a grain of rice, inserted into their hands. So, chips monitor and all those things, there are some good things about it. But, would you ever do this? I would not do this. I mean, I'm very millennial to the "T" and this is too much to me. I can't imagine putting that -- this is the thing, it just seems like I'm going too far. I love apple pay. I don't want to be that person who's like afraid of technology. I think it can be helpful. Especially when people have illnesses or ailment. Maybe one day they'll be able to help amputees and stuff like that. But it gets to a point where it's like, I'm not trying to have you know where I'm at 24/7. It just seems creepy. That is true. I'm kind of old school. I don't even like to do the facial recognition. Like, I have not moved to upgrade my phone to the facial recognition phone. I'm like that's a bit too much. Too much of me. They can clear out my bank account if they want to. They got my thumbprint. They already got the social security. Already hard being on the grid. I want to be on the grid but I don't want to be -- I want to enjoy all this stuff, but still be able to have my privacy. I don't want Alexa listening in. Girl, doesn't it make you feel weird when you're typing into your computer and they can get what you're about to write -- Google's got a mind of its own, okay. Google is very superintelligent. It literally can think everything you're thinking. Yes, which is weird. Very weird. It's technology. We do the best we can.

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