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DJ Khaled And Future Perform On 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'

And course he couldn’t leave without sending inspirational messages.

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DJ Khaled has been dropping some gems on Snapchat lately.

In between touring the Snapchat offices, meeting with Hollywood agents, and hanging with Drake and Kim Kardashian, the we-the-best producer stopped by “Jimmy Kimmel Live” in Hollywood (January 13) to perform alongside his friend Future. They performed a medley of hits including “All I Do Is Win,” “I Don’t Play About My Paper,” “You Mine,” and “Jumpman.”

“They don’t want me on Jimmy Kimmel, so I’ma make sure I’m on Jimmy Kimmel,” Khaled told the crowd. “Jimmy Kimmel, biggest show you ever had in your life.”

And course DJ Khaled couldn’t leave without sending inspirational messages to Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush. Giving a pep talk to a cardboard cutout, Khaled told Jeb to “be a player, don’t play yourself,” and strongly emphasized the importance of cocoa butter.

After the show, Khaled and Future made their way courtside to the Clippers vs. Heat game where they ran into Jay Z and asked Hov for some “mogul talk.”

Watch the clips below.

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