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'OMKalen': Do You Wash Your Chicken? Kalen Reacts to Dr. Oz

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05:28   |   Jun 08, 2019

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  • Now, should we wash our chicken or not?
  • No, definitely not.
  • No?
  • Yes, you should wash your chicken.
  • I wash my chicken.
  • I'm not--
  • What do you mean, don't wash your chicken?
  • Why would I not wash my chicken?
  • --you spray the salmonella all over the kitchen.
  • That's what Lysol is for, and they got the kind
  • that you can spray in the air.
  • --into oven, and the heat from the oven would've killed
  • that salmonella anyway.
  • But that ain't even why I'm washing it.
  • I'm washing it because of the dirt.
  • It doesn't always going in the sink.
  • People wash their salad in their sink.
  • Because when you splatter--
  • Who washes salad in the sink?
  • I ain't never washed no salad in the sink.
  • I don't even wash my salad.
  • Am I supposed to wash my salad?
  • I wash my lettuce.
  • If you wash it, you're not killing salmonella with water,
  • believe it or not.
  • Black people mad right now.
  • Yeah, no.
  • Yeah, I ain't going to lie.
  • I know you told me not to curse, but that's
  • some white people [BLEEP].
  • You got to wash the chicken, Doctor.
  • I mean, come on.
  • He erking.
  • No.
  • What you said makes perfect sense though.
  • It does makes sense.
  • That's what they've been saying--
  • No, it's not perfect sense.
  • I don't give a damn about no articles.
  • Guys, save some lives here.
  • Come on, now.
  • Save some li-- I've never died from washing my chicken,
  • and I've been washing it my whole life.
  • And I've been here a good 23 years.
  • I've been washing chicken my whole life,
  • and I've never had salmonella.
  • Me too.
  • Exactly.
  • How do you know wouldn't have had it anyway?
  • Yeah, I'm going to have to be honest.
  • I don't care what Dr. Oz says.
  • You better wash your chicken, baby,
  • because they be leaving feathers on there and everything,
  • and that bird ain't about to fly away on my plate.
  • Lies you tell, OK?
  • Now, what I'm going to do is I'm going to call some mamas
  • and see what they think, because they
  • got to to have some insight to this.
  • [MUSIC PLAYING]
  • And I'm going to start with my mama.
  • Let me call her.
  • See if she answer.
  • [PHONE RINGING]
  • Hello?
  • Do you wash your chicken before you cook it?
  • You wash it, right?
  • We always do.
  • I do.
  • How you wash it?
  • I just use water and take my hands and rinse it.
  • And Dr. Oz was talking about how we
  • don't need to wash our chicken.
  • Why not?
  • Especially if you got a whole chicken.
  • I'm going to clean that chicken out.
  • Amen.
  • Those chicken wings.
  • Uh-huh.
  • You know you got to burn them hairs off.
  • OK?
  • Because they be leaving feathers on there.
  • Right.
  • Baby, that chicken be about to fly away.
  • I didn't try to get no Tweety Bird.
  • Dr. Oz, I'm not going to eat no chicken over at your house.
  • No.
  • It needs to be washed.
  • All right, that's all I needed to know.
  • OK.
  • All right.
  • Drive safely.
  • Let me call my cousin Rachel.
  • Hello.
  • Hey, Rachel.
  • I've been listening to the interview on the Breakfast Club
  • with Lena.
  • Well, speaking of Breakfast Club,
  • do you wash your chicken before you cook it?
  • Absolutely.
  • OK, so Dr. Oz on there talking about he
  • don't wash his chicken.
  • That's white people stuff--
  • [LAUGHING]
  • You wipe that stuff down.
  • That chicken been running around the farm and stuff.
  • You got to clean that chicken.
  • Put some water on there, make sure you get all that dirt,
  • debris off of there.
  • Jesus, my family.
  • Hey, Ms. Karen.
  • Yes.
  • This is Kalen.
  • Kalen Allen?
  • Yes.
  • Oh, my god.
  • OMG.
  • Do you wash your chicken before you cook it?
  • Are you kidding me?
  • Of course.
  • Oh, praise god.
  • Thank you Jesus.
  • I hope you do too.
  • I do, but there is folks out here that don't, and I
  • am concerned.
  • I think you better spread the word that it's a requirement.
  • So what do you think about people
  • that don't clean they chicken?
  • Well, I would highly recommend they change their bad habits.
  • I love these mamas.
  • Hey, Ms. Tracee.
  • How you doing?
  • I'm good.
  • How are you?
  • I'm blessed and highly favored.
  • Do you wash your chicken before you cook it?
  • Of course.
  • You got to do more than just wash it, now.
  • Oh.
  • You can't just put no water on it.
  • Oh.
  • What else do you do?
  • You got to put the vinegar on it.
  • Oh.
  • You know, rub it down.
  • Oh, I ain't never heard of that.
  • What's the vinegar do?
  • It takes all that nasty stuff off of it.
  • OK, OK.
  • I respect that then.
  • OK, what do you think about people
  • that don't wash they chicken?
  • That's nasty--
  • Mm-hm.
  • --as hell.
  • Right.
  • Can't eat over there.
  • No.
  • No.
  • Never.
  • But see, sometimes you don't even know.
  • You're right.
  • You love somebody, you don't even know their chicken dirty.
  • Ooh!
  • Yeah, they trifling.
  • That's nasty.
  • Hello, Mama Joy.
  • This is Kalen.
  • How are you?
  • I love your names.
  • Joy, that is a beautiful name.
  • Joy to the world.
  • Come on!
  • And all the above.
  • Yes, won't he do it.
  • Go tell it on the mountain.
  • I got a question for you.
  • Do you wash your chicken before you cook it?
  • Of course I do.
  • That's just nasty if you don't.
  • Come on.
  • Please tell the people.
  • It's bacteria, salmnoella.
  • It's all kind of nastiness going on.
  • Have you ever seen a chicken coop?
  • Ooh, I ain't-- you've seen a chicken coop?
  • No, but it's just nasty.
  • [PHONE RINGING]
  • How you doing?
  • I got a question.
  • Yeah, ask me.
  • You ready?
  • Do you wash your chicken before you cook it?
  • I don't-- we have never washed chicken before we--
  • I know someone does.
  • I've seen it on a reality show, where someone
  • says they wash their chicken before they cook it,
  • and they're like--
  • why would you wash it?
  • When you cook it, all the germs are burnt off.
  • But baby, it's more than germs.
  • It's been up in the coop-coop.
  • Well, then, you would--
  • you-- no, I never wash chicken before I eat it.
  • Never.
  • But I don't eat chicken anymore.
  • I hate chicken.
  • I think chicken's disgusting.
  • Oh, my gosh.
  • I have a very strong reaction to chicken.
  • Right.
  • So that's why you should have been washing it then,
  • if you felt that way.
  • All right, well that's all I wanted to know.
  • I was just trying to get a good survey.
  • All right, sweety.
  • All right.
  • Bye, love.
  • Bye.
  • Mm-mm.
  • She need to clean that chicken.
  • She can't be doing that.
  • All right, y'all, so the bottom line is, baby,
  • Kalen is washing his chicken.
  • OK?
  • So I need you to go in the comments
  • and tell me if you wash your chicken.
  • And if you don't wash your chicken or your kitchen,
  • don't invite me over.
  • Peace and blessings.
  • Happy Saturgay.

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In this week’s OMKalen, Kalen Allen reacts to Dr. Oz saying you don’t need to wash chicken before you cook it. Afterward, he calls his friends, family, and staff moms to get the 411 on whether they wash their chicken or not. Spoiler alert: they do because it’s nasty if you don’t.