David Alan Grier Provides A Dramatic Reading Of Some Of Kanye West’s Classic Tweets (Video)

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Since I’m Gonna Git You Sucka, David Alan Grier has been supplying Heads with laughs. In actuality, this classically-trained actor’s resume spans over 30 years, long before he was an integral part of the “In Living Color” cast from beginning to end, and star of such films as Blankman and Tales From The Hood.

Now a Broadway star, D.A.G. lends his pure talents to Vh1 for some new tongue-in-cheek comedy. Akin to James Earl Jones and Malcolm McDowell’s Sprint campaigns. In Grier’s case, however, the reading is not of fictional Facebook users, but rather the very real, highly-publicized, and previously-lampooned Twitter account of Kanye West.

Will Kanye laugh along, or pull a “SNL”/”South Park”-style reaction in lyrics to come?

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