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Jasmin Leigh is a multifaceted comedian, actress, and talk show host based in California. She co-hosts the Peoples Party with Talib Kweli podcast and has appeared in two co-starring roles on Freeform's Good Trouble. She's also the creative visionary and host of the monthly Cool Kids of Comedy show at the iconic Comedy Store in LA. Jasmin's internet-based talk show, Jasmin's World, can be seen on [LINK], while her fans can catch her as a competitor on Comedy Central's Roast Battle and as a recurring actress on Laff Mobs Laff Tracks. She also has the pleasure of hosting Bethune Cookman University's comedy show. Jasmin Leigh is one of the freshest voices in comedy, delivering hilarious punchlines that will keep you laughing long after the show ends.
"Cool Kids of Comedy" is a traveling comedy show created, hosted and produced by the hilarious, Jasmin Leigh as seen on, "The Peoples Party" with Talib Kweli, Comedy Central and TruTV. This is a comedy show for the "Cool Kids" who love comedy thats refreshing, relatable and roll on the floor funny . Come enjoy LIVE comedy that is featuring some of the U.S. most talented rising stars and Headliners from around the world.
People’s Party co-host Jasmin Leigh: I rather have American-Mexican food than official Mexican food — like Taco Bell, I need cheese on my tacos I’m sorry!
Talib Kweli: Did you just say Taco Bell? Did you just do a Taco Bell commercial on my show?
Bun B: I feel like you just alienated every Mexican listener and viewer of this podcast talking about American Mexican food. What is American Mexican Food? That’s like some Italian Japanese food, I don’t know what that means.
Jasmin: Out here you go to the food trucks and they have just the meat, cilantro, and onion. I’m like, “where is the lettuce, the tomato, the everything else, the cheese?”
Bun B: That’s a traditional Mexican street taco! You want taco bell, so you’re going to get all the cheese and onions and everything but I don’t know if you get meat. That’s the problem.
Author’s note: While I can’t speak for every Mexican-American person, we’re still cool Jasmin. I like cheese on my tacos too and I’d never turn down some Taco Bell.