Though Chris Rock is a hypocrite and a racist, he’s finally gotten something right.
The idiot that’s called Barack Obama, America’s abusive daddy–ok, I added abusive–said he won’t perform on college campuses.
In an interview with Vulture, Chris Rock said college students don’t appreciate racy humor.
“Not in their political views — not like they’re voting Republican — but in their social views and their willingness not to offend anybody. Kids raised on a culture of ‘We’re not going to keep score in the game because we don’t want anybody to lose.’ Or just ignoring race to a fault. You can’t say ‘the black kid over there.’ No, it’s ‘the guy with the red shoes.’ You can’t even be offensive on your way to being inoffensive.
Rock commented that performing at colleges is not as much fun as it used to be. Yeah, whatever. Aziz Ansari might disagree, since he eats up the college circuit. Dane Cook did before him.
Chris Rock is funny to black Liberals, who are used to Rock’s continual barrage of racial humor that favors blacks and denigrates whites. Occasionally Rock is admittedly funny to all. But the fact is, Chris Rock is only moderately funny to people who are considered the most non-racial Americans ever…the Millennials.
Admittedly, college Millennials are as ignorant as an Alaskan summer day is long; and they learned from the best. But it was their recent confrontation of Bill Maher which prompted the response by Rock.
But truth be told, Chris Rock is a mediocre actor–and that’s really giving him the benefit of the doubt–and an even more mediocre comedian, when it comes to a discerning audience.
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Chris Rock is now 49 years old, and his shtick needs to mature. The man is living the dream, the white dream in fact, and he is experiencing “White Privilege” if there is such a thing. What he doesn’t realize is that people are finding his comedy more difficult to swallow as they realize he lives behind the walls of a gated community, a true recipient of The American Dream.
Rock’s non-black audience member hears the tripe, but sees the awkward sight of say an 80-year old woman with a belly-button ring. In other words, it’s time to realize when time has passed your material by.