Action Bronson is doing the media rounds for his upcoming album, Mr. Wonderful. Like with any major album release, that means Action's PR team reaches out to mainstream media outlets to land interviews and promote the album.
Action's team wisely landed an interview with ESPN's Highly Questionable. But ESPN's producers did not do their background with Action, and his sometimes bold and vulgar remarks turned hosts Bomani Jones and Dan Le Batard into statues.
ESPN's producers probably don't know much about Action Bronson because if they did, they would know he is legitimately high all the time. THC literally runs through the dudes veins. And during the interview, Action's eyes may be barely open (dabs do that), but his responses to Dan Le Batard and Bomani Jones questions are all sorts of weird, hilarious, and at times, acid-infused.
When the hosts ask Action about making the album, his response is a trip to the void:
Action: "It's like you strike gold. Yahtzee. From there on, I was just in a trance. There was salvia involved. There was sage being burned. There were indians coming and singing with tribal anthems."
Bomani" "So Indians you mean like Native Americans?"
Action: "Yes Native americans, not humans from India. Or from Cleveland."
You can watch the full segment here (it's worth your time) and hear Action wax poetic about the "crazy, wild, risky sex" that he has, and why he rapped from a Port-A-Potty: