DJ Khaled Performed With Future, Delivered A Message To Jeb Bush On Kimmel

DJ Khaled performed presided over a medley on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night. The set began with a snippet from “All I Do Is Win” off of his 2010 album Victory, then Future showed up to do “I Don’t Play About My Paper” and “You Mine” from Khaled’s recent I Changed A Lot. They also did “Jumpman,” which has nothing to do with Khaled, because why not?

Khaled has been a topic of conversation ever since he got lost at sea a few weeks ago and documented the experience via Snapchat. Even though Khaled “rocks with Obama,” Kimmel asked him to provide presidential hopeful Jeb Bush with an inspirational message. Bush’s poll numbers are way, way down, and Khaled had a few nice things to say to him like: “be a player, don’t play yourself. And don’t play basketball, that’s not your sport.” Khaled also advised Bush to start using cocoa butter, which I think is a great idea! Everyone likes a president who’s silky smooth, right? Watch below.

UPDATE: Jeb Bush responded to Khaled’s advice via Twitter: