Lil Yachty No Longer Listed For August 3 “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”

NBC instead confirms Action Bronson for Thursday’s episode.

Simpsons Rap on The Tonight Show | Andrew Lipovsky/NBC

Update: Lil Yachty is no longer listed for the August 3 “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

NBC instead confirms that Action Bronson will be performing on the episode. Ice Cube and Ryan Seacrest are still slated as interview guests.

This past June, Lil Yachty appeared in a “Simpsons rap” sketch on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

Next week, the artist will deliver a more conventional performance on the popular late-night talk show.

NBC confirms Lil Yachty as the musical guest for the August 3 “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

He will take the stage following host Jimmy Fallon’s interviews with Ice Cube and Ryan Seacrest.

NBC’s official “Tonight Show” listings follow:

Thursday, July 27: Guests include Michael Strahan, Jill Kargman and musical guest Slayer. Show 713

Friday, July 28: Guests include David Spade, Desus & Mero, and Penn & Teller. Show 714

Monday, July 31: Guests include Idris Elba, Ali Wentworth and musical guest Tame Impala. Show 715

Tuesday, August 1: Guests include Jeremy Renner, Bridget Everett and musical guest French Montana featuring Swae Lee. Show 716

Wednesday, August 2: Guests include Halle Berry, Michael Che and musical guest George Ezra. Show 717

Thursday, August 3: Guests include Ice Cube, Ryan Seacrest and musical guest Lil Yachty. Show 718

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