By Ann Oldenburg, USA TODAY
You never know where Tina Fey's going to turn up.
On Monday, she was spotted on the set of her new movie, Admission, with daughter Penelope, in Princeton, N.J.
On the Fourth of July, she made her debut as a rapper, appearing on Community star Donald Glover's special mixtape. He released it as a free download through his website under his rap name Childish Gambino.
The 18-track collection of songs, called Royalty, features guest rappers including RZA, Ghostface Killah and Beck. What's the Fey connection? Glover wrote for 30 Rock before moving on to Community.
Fey, appears at the end of the last track, Real Estate, throwing out f-words, which are strewn throughout the song with the n-word.
She says: "Yeah, we in here, we in this thing. Gambino is forever, royalty is forever. We (effing) up the ... mother(effer) ... This is the part where most people would say something crazy and drop the n-word after it. Not going to. Not gonna do that. I don't feel comfortable! I'm out."