Neil DeGrasse Tyson Drops The Mic On B.o.B.

Posted by , Jan 28, 2016 at 12:09pm

Physicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson owned B.o.B. on "The Nightly Show."


B.o.B. went and dropped a Neil DeGrasse Tyson diss track earlier this week after Tyson attempted to explain to the ATL rapper that the Earth was not, actually, flat. Tyson's nephew chipped in with a B.o.B. diss track of his own, "Flat to Flat." Last night, Tyson appeared on The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore to drop the mic on B.o.B. once and for all.

"It's a fundamental fact of calculus and non-Euclidean geometry," Tyson said. "small sections of large curved surfaces will always look flat to little creatures that call upon it."

He used B.o.B.'s ignorance to argue against a wave of intellectualism that he believes is plaguing American. He made some compelling points before bringing his speech to a dramatic conclusion.

"That's right, Bo.B, when you stand on the shoulders of those who came before, you might just see far enough to realize the Earth isn't fucking flat."

Physicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson owned B.o.B. on "The Nightly Show."

B.o.B. went and dropped a Neil DeGrasse Tyson diss track earlier this week after Tyson attempted to explain to the ATL rapper that the Earth was not, actually, flat. Tyson's nephew chipped in with a B.o.B. diss track of his own, "Flat to Flat." Last night, Tyson appeared on The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore to drop the mic on B.o.B. once and for all.

"It's a fundamental fact of calculus and non-Euclidean geometry," Tyson said. "small sections of large curved surfaces will always look flat to little creatures that call upon it."

He used B.o.B.'s ignorance to argue against a wave of intellectualism that he believes is plaguing American. He made some compelling points before bringing his speech to a dramatic conclusion.

"That's right, Bo.B, when you stand on the shoulders of those who came before, you might just see far enough to realize the Earth isn't fucking flat."

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