Here's Why Twitter Wants to the Trade of Chris Rock, Jerry Seinfeld

HipHop News Posted on December 22, 2018 at 3:07pm

Here's Why Twitter Wants to the Trade of Chris Rock, Jerry Seinfeld

Some things simply don't fun.

Twitter – Celebrated comedian Chris Rock was Twitter the number one trending topic on Saturday night (December 22) after a 2011 clip of the HBO series Talking Funny resurfaced. In the video, the Rock is joined by fellow comic Ricky Gervais, Louis C. K. and Jerry Seinfeld are talking about the "N-word".

As Gervais and C. K. casually throw around the racial slur, the Rock joins in and laughs along with them..centered-ad {

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Rock tells Seinfeld and Gervais how C. K. is "the white man" he knows. C. K. responds by asking Rock, "are you saying that I am a n****r?"

"Yes," Rock answers. "You are the n****other white man I have ever [met]."

Gervais is clearly entertained by the whole exchange, but Seinfeld is visibly uncomfortable. In fact, Seinfeld is the only person who speaks.

"You have found the humor of it," he says. "I have not — nor do I seek."

Twitter lit up with reactions to the controversial video. Even the Poss


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