As part of his promotional tour to plug his role as Lando Calrissian in the upcoming "Star Wars" movie "Solo," actor and rapper Donald Glover swung by "Jimmy Kimmel Live" yesterday.
As to be expected, the topic of the music video for "This is America" (by his musical alter ego Childish Gambino), which debuted last weekend on "Saturday Night Live," came up. Surprisingly, Glover confessed that he hasn't been on the internet since the Thursday before the "SNL" taping, so he hasn't read or seen any of the reaction (which swings widely from high praise to highly critical) to the video.
And for good reason. Said Glover, "It's bad for me. I'm really sensitive, so I just, like, let it be."
Not that he's the type to be wounded by online criticism. Quite the opposite. "I see one negative thing, and I track that person down," laughed Glover. "I go to their Instagram and be like, 'You're not so great. That baby's not even that cute!'"
"Solo" will be released to theaters on May 25.