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  • Comedian Chris Rock talks to Jane Hutcheon about starting in comedy, his father's influence, Eddie Murphy, Madagascar and his new film 'Top Five'.
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    On his father: "Sometimes tragedy can be the best thing. Would I feel the need to have the drive I do if he was alive? Cause, you know, he was my safety blanket," said Rock.
    "For a guy that has been doing this a long time I am not really resting. And part of that is just trying to recreate the security I had as a child.
    "And that's never going to happen, but I can do it for my kids ... It is what it is."
    On Eddie Murphy: "Everybody needs to see a version of themselves do something, it's just good, it makes you feel like you can do it," Rock said.
    "And Eddie Murphy was the first version of myself that I saw succeeding at comedy.
    "There's no Justin Bieber of comedy, it's just not this thing that you master at a young age."
    On Top Five: "The character Andre Allen is kind of a mix of a lot of guys, there's a little Eddie Murphy in that, a little Chris Tucker in that, there's a little Kevin Hart in that, a little Jamie Fox, you know, it's like a lot of guys."
    Rock's main aim in Top Five was to create a realistic tone to challenge his self-described style of broad-range "jokey" acting in other comedy flicks.
    "So I wanted to create a tone that was more aligned with my stand-up tone," he said.
    "And I think ... you get the same feeling from watching this movie as you get from when I do stand up."
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Comments • 342

  • Bibi Sobieski
    Bibi Sobieski 9 days ago

    I luv Chris. I must have watched his stand-ups like at least 5 times each, and am a white woman from East-Europe. A lot of what he talks about in his comedy is universally relatable though.

  • Bibi Sobieski
    Bibi Sobieski 9 days ago +1

    "Denzel doesn't get Leo scripts" lololol. Love Leo, though-there is only one Leo. I like Denzel too, but only Leo could have done Inception.

  • Real Talk True Story
    Real Talk True Story 11 days ago

    Poookie

  • Denise Seabreeze
    Denise Seabreeze 11 days ago

    Loved him in Old Town Road๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–

  • Kuaxanda Tzintzun
    Kuaxanda Tzintzun 13 days ago +1

    ๅ…‹้‡Œๆ–ฏๆ‘‡ๆปšๆ˜ฏไธ€ไธช้ป‘ไบบๅฏฟๅธ

  • Kuaxanda Tzintzun
    Kuaxanda Tzintzun 13 days ago +1

    ๆˆ‘ๆƒณ่ฆ้˜ด้“ๆ—ฉ้ค๏ผŒ้ธก่›‹็”Ÿๆถฉ็š„ไธ€้ข

  • Sp Wie
    Sp Wie 13 days ago

    Bo burnham was making funnier/smarter shit than 98% of comedians at 18

  • Jonathan Berman
    Jonathan Berman 16 days ago

    Chris around 13 minute sin says Eddie Murphy is the first and the last comedian to be huge as a teenager... I think Chris needs to look up Bo Burnham.

  • Frantz Fuller
    Frantz Fuller 17 days ago +2

    An all time comedic genius, and one of the most astute observers of life in all of its facets.

  • SPIRIT 13
    SPIRIT 13 18 days ago

    WHERE'S DAD?

  • prince Kazhila
    prince Kazhila 20 days ago

    I have a crush on the interviewer. very beautiful

  • Pocket Sized Shopper
    Pocket Sized Shopper 22 days ago

    FOR F*** Sake the breathing!!!!!

  • manderp
    manderp 23 days ago

    Was this bih on the show โ€œfriendsโ€. The one that was dating Ross

  • Christopher Aizen
    Christopher Aizen 25 days ago

    well composed interviewer. good job

  • Ed Lake
    Ed Lake 28 days ago

    No young comedians? He's obviously never seen Kevin Bridges.

  • Mathieu Cousineau
    Mathieu Cousineau Month ago

    I like that interviewer. Super professional, good questions, lets the guy speak and just a few jokes near the end when the meat of the interview has been done with. Chris Rock is very eloquent

  • T Hopp
    T Hopp Month ago

    Aussie are the worst at reporting American celebs. I can def tell she got her info from wiki and some other bs lol

  • Frank Albarran
    Frank Albarran Month ago

    Lived near the projects!๐Ÿคฃ

  • ace boogie
    ace boogie Month ago

    Why does he look so different

  • John Pelfrey
    John Pelfrey Month ago

    A sermon is like baking a cake but to the observer you miss out on the fact that God puts the icing on! Who wants to eat a bland plain insipid cake without the most needed icing!

  • Tony Stonee
    Tony Stonee Month ago

    Is this a therapy session or an interview. She should be interviewing Police and criminals not celebrities. I cnt watch anymore

  • John Addeo
    John Addeo Month ago +2

    How can you not love this man?

  • Shawna Graham
    Shawna Graham Month ago +1

    Heโ€™s real, thatโ€™s why I like him.
    Carlin funny and never scared to go there.
    Seems grounded always has.
    Edit: great interviewer btw

  • WonderWhaz
    WonderWhaz Month ago

    Chris Rock and most celebrities don't have the brains to realize that they are a part of the classist structure in America. They don't just not question it in their minds, but they always say, I'm luvin it. Narrow minded sellouts who really don't give a shit about anyone but themselves. Fame is poison.

    • Tachara Makanza
      Tachara Makanza Month ago

      WonderWhaz what would you have them do, the audience plays a part in this to, countless celebrities speak-out and change their ways or simply go into hiding, but the people champion ignorance and โ€œhappyโ€ actors. Be more considerate man

  • Atiyyah Beyah
    Atiyyah Beyah Month ago +6

    He probably gives the best interviews I mean I was engaged the whole time great job

  • Brad Davis
    Brad Davis Month ago

    Respect

  • Insane in da Membrane

    Most boring interview Ive seen from this guy!!!

  • Teri Looney
    Teri Looney Month ago

    You made me cry, Chris Rock. Kudos to you for your mature attitude and your ability to transform the difficulties you encountered into positives. I am so sorry, on behalf of the white race, for the prejudices and horrible behaviors you encountered.

  • nemera34
    nemera34 Month ago

    This was a very good interview. Not the usual dumb questions. And I enjoyed it a lot. Would love to see some of my favorite actors on this show

  • pikiwiki
    pikiwiki Month ago +5

    "my father was like, eddie murphy, he's ok, but richard pryor- he's the man" old school

  • Joe Bagarason
    Joe Bagarason Month ago

    He looks so much like Kelly from Destiny's child

  • Charity Ava
    Charity Ava Month ago

    His parents must have protected and sheltered him from the sheer constant inundation of humiliation and struggle that is poverty. Which is about infinitely more than just material necessities and the lack of them.

  • smmozza
    smmozza Month ago

    ... this lady is bigger fun to watch ...

  • Freddie Wooten
    Freddie Wooten Month ago

    Australia is cool gave back 500,000 acres back to the Aboriginal people. Can't be bored with school these days. But you not Ed my brother.

  • Chris Simon
    Chris Simon Month ago +1

    So he got picked for lineups just because he was outside, and black? Reminds me of the video I saw of James Blake (tennis player) getting knocked to the ground by a cop while he was standing outside his hotel room.
    A coworker after second shift got pulled over on an onramp for going too fast. I was right behind him, we were the only cars there. He was black. It was racial profiling. I stayed there for awhile to make sure he was OK. The next day I asked him about it. He said it was big deal, must have been use to that kind of thing happening, sad.

    • Chris Simon
      Chris Simon 24 days ago

      @spanish rampage So that makes it Okay?

    • spanish rampage
      spanish rampage 27 days ago

      Dude...jews got rounded up put in concentration camps and gased then burned...get a thick skin

    • spanish rampage
      spanish rampage 27 days ago

      You got to remember back in those days most young black guys were slim or stocky so Chris Rock fit the profile, probably was taken down just as a fill in too.

  • Chris Simon
    Chris Simon Month ago +1

    He said he got bullied, and it made him stronger. He didn't feel sorry for himself. He didn't feel like he was a victim or singled out. That's a very healthy way to look at it.

  • Aditya Tyagi
    Aditya Tyagi Month ago

    What a down to Earth guy!

  • Gerald O'Hare
    Gerald O'Hare Month ago +3

    What a delightful interview. He is so insightful.

  • Kiko Jones
    Kiko Jones Month ago

    He forgot Bo Burnham but yeah re teenage comedians.

  • MrSpreadem
    MrSpreadem Month ago

    Being this is like that... classic Chris rock setup...

  • Mario King
    Mario King Month ago +38

    Who can hear breathing in the background? Camera man is out of breath maybe ๐Ÿง

    • CameraShy
      CameraShy 20 days ago

      OMG! I was hearing it, but I thought I was imagining it... LOL ๐Ÿ˜‚

    • jailprole
      jailprole 29 days ago

      John Tenor ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

    • Stillmatic
      Stillmatic Month ago

      Mario King man now i canโ€™t unhear this

    • John Tenor
      John Tenor Month ago +2

      It sounds like someone is jerking off to the interview. Maybe Louis came along for support

    • DJ TLM TV
      DJ TLM TV Month ago

      Mario King for real, that was extremely annoying!

  • Matimba Chabane
    Matimba Chabane Month ago

    This interview went exactly how I expected it to go but kept waiting to be surprised by a question. Never happened.

  • Frederick Weeks Jr.

    Your preacher comparison, nah.....

  • Bay Maples: Wild California Gardens

    Chris Rock is the man. What a cool, genuine guy and funny as hell.....

  • emailkenny
    emailkenny Month ago +10

    Who was that struggle-breathing throughout the entire interview ๐Ÿ˜ฉ

    • Josh Rushton
      Josh Rushton Month ago +1

      BAAAAH! Why did I have to read the comments?!? I didn't notice the breathing until I read this, and now it's all I can hearโ€ฆ :)

  • Wrong Folkes
    Wrong Folkes Month ago +4

    โ€œBEAM ME UP SCOTTY!!!!โ€. Pookie in New Jack City

  • Justin Chisolm
    Justin Chisolm Month ago

    Red dress

  • x x
    x x Month ago +4

    America is a continent.
    Not a COUNTRY.
    The name of the country is United States of America.

    • gumbymofugga
      gumbymofugga Month ago +2

      I love when idiots try to be pedantic and fail. There is no continent just named America, and America is used all around the world as shorthand for the US. This is like you saying "It's not the USA" and you expect everybody to say United States of America every time.

    • TazTalksYouListen
      TazTalksYouListen Month ago +1

      @Craig Young - Accurate. "The Americas" would be both continents - North and South. Both continents are also collectively regarded by some as "America."

    • Craig Young
      Craig Young Month ago +1

      True about USA but aren't North and South America the continents?

    • TazTalksYouListen
      TazTalksYouListen Month ago +2

      "America" is a common name for the USA. "The Americas" is a more common reference for the entire continent, although "America" can also be used.
      It would be no more accurate to say that America is not a country than it would be to say that Australia is not a country.

  • Eric Craig
    Eric Craig Month ago

    No Chris , its a little different. . Comedy is for laughs. Preaching is more for salvation

  • Doris Garrett
    Doris Garrett Month ago

    Life!!!

  • ALFJAMXA James
    ALFJAMXA James Month ago +4

    GREAT interview. We are around the same age and I have always been a fan of his work. His character made the movie New Jack City come alive.

  • cinegraphics
    cinegraphics Month ago

    He's not showing much empathy towards his father. He's trying to make jokes out of his death. I wouldn't call him "likable good guy" (as someone said in another comment). More like a psycho hiding behind a smile.

  • Charles Jennings
    Charles Jennings Month ago +4

    That was the best researched interview I have ever seen done by a interviewer. Great interview.

    • Mr.C survival
      Mr.C survival Month ago

      Really good question and great answers Chris is one of the few that can be a model to all nationality

  • Gerald Green
    Gerald Green Month ago +1

    I always supported Chris Rocke.....

  • Scean lyonz
    Scean lyonz Month ago +3

    How much for an order of ribs! lol

  • QTee
    QTee Month ago

    No it isnt..he is such an idiot

  • billyg1971
    billyg1971 2 months ago +1

    the breathing the background is very distracting

  • Joey REY REY
    Joey REY REY 2 months ago +8

    Great interview except for the heavy breathing in the background.....awful.

  • N. Uwase
    N. Uwase 2 months ago +2

    these are the worst interview questions i've ever heard, my goodness

  • Gena Fenderson
    Gena Fenderson 2 months ago

    Very real

  • TomG Gabin
    TomG Gabin 2 months ago

    Chris Rock drops the persona. I think all comedians, all politicians and actors, should follow suit. Illuminating. Oh, and I hope the camera man is doing okay as his heavy breathing in the background should get checked out. And the interviewer, Jane Hutcheon is quite attractive.

  • Soul of Zion
    Soul of Zion 2 months ago +1

    Was I the only one waiting for her to say I love you....lol.

  • Iunderstan Photography
    Iunderstan Photography 2 months ago

    4 years ago, but there still are wisdom nuggets
    "..everyone needs to see a version of themselves do something. Its just good. It makes you feel you can do something"

  • beyackabiotch
    beyackabiotch 2 months ago +7

    Chris has gotten better with age. And maybe I have changed. His stand up and comedy overall in the past was not my thing, but now that we (we are the same age) are in our 50s, I can relate to a lot of his work. And he seems like a very generous person with his openness, humility and general interview style. Chris Rock comes across as a very genuine and soulful dude.

    Interviewer did fine, it's easy to point out professional shortcomings but she didn't interrupt, or ask stupid questions. Good on her.

  • sivedan
    sivedan 2 months ago +1

    I would say actually if you grew up in Beverly Hills, you would have less chance of becoming a comedy superstar, because comedy derives from pain, and you would have more to draw from growing up poor, you can't fake talent or presence....

  • Centurion Guards
    Centurion Guards 2 months ago +3

    I've refused to be in a police line up if you're picked you're in a world of trouble.

  • Guru Chuckle
    Guru Chuckle 2 months ago +6

    Chris Rock has to be one of the most "For Reel" people I've ever seen. I am happy he is on this planet... The interviewer was extraordinarily sensitive, pleasant and bright. Great interview!

  • Exit Paradise
    Exit Paradise 2 months ago

    this dude always perplexes me. his psyche

  • Mitsuo Mits
    Mitsuo Mits 2 months ago

    Hahaha I was thinking about his little song of Madagascar the whole time so I'm glad that he sang it๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ˜„

  • Drodriguezmuse
    Drodriguezmuse 2 months ago +3

    The subtle bit of sound of the camera person breathing is distracting

    • Roland Reyes
      Roland Reyes Month ago

      Drodriguezmuse dude I thought it was me

  • Doug Jackson
    Doug Jackson 2 months ago +4

    Could the interviewer be any more wooden?

    • Doug Jackson
      Doug Jackson Month ago +1

      @Sis in Transition Nope, that doesn't explain her woodenness at all, and Aussies have been Aussies for quite a while. Most Aussies would be looser and more interactive, especially if they do this for a living.

    • Sis in Transition
      Sis in Transition Month ago

      Australians are misplaced English people. That would explain the woodenness. But I like the way she's interviewing. She's coming from an outsider's perspective, which is as objective as it gets. It forces someone to explain things they normally wouldn't have to explain. I like it.

  • Mark S
    Mark S 2 months ago

    May I correct?
    Being famous is like being a "hot" chic
    being black n famous is like being black.
    your welcome

  • C.S. Unger
    C.S. Unger 2 months ago +6

    My word, what a cool guy he is.

  • Robert Macleod
    Robert Macleod 2 months ago

    great thank ful for granddaddy i am

  • Your Real Estate Expert
    Your Real Estate Expert 2 months ago +14

    I love the fact that Chris Rock is not trying to play the race card and say how bad America is, he sounds like a straightforward, honest guy who realizes that he got really lucky. When he talks about trying to create security, he hits it on the head. It seems that all of us are always trying to recreate the security that we felt as a child. This guy is actually very smart.

    • nirbija
      nirbija Month ago

      @@Lee Tate
      Truth is; there wouldn't have been any 'race card' if the white supremacist devils did not invent their 'deck of race card'.

      When we look back at history of thousands of years ago, when people from vastly different regions of the planet would interact, their ancient interactions were never ever on the basis of race.

      The differences in their physical appearances were never considered an issue or made an issue.

      Racism and race only recently became topics of conversation and concern.
      That, my friend, has been the work of the devils, who are filled with ignorance and even more ill-will.

    • Lee Tate
      Lee Tate Month ago +1

      @nirbija Exactly

    • nirbija
      nirbija Month ago +1

      @Lee Tate
      Yes!
      Complaining about 'race card' is just another of the devils' expression of racism, which they hope no one will notice.
      They invented the deck of race cards; and they expect that they alone should play from the deck; or they should play their invented 'race card' while their targets be mere spectators.

    • nirbija
      nirbija Month ago +1

      @S. R. Dupreepreach
      preach!
      Those who love lies, hate the truth and can't handle the truth.
      And instead of learning to love truth, because that is what real humans do, they will lash out with their childish 'race card', or other such nonsense.

      The devils created the deck of 'race cards'; and they expect others are to just sit down, shut up, and allow only the certified racists to play from their deck of 'race card'.
      How racist is that? lol
      Another generation of entitled racists we have here.

    • Derrick Barnett
      Derrick Barnett Month ago +1

      @Your Real Estate Expert you not only sound like an idiot but a racist as well. Your comments about Sharpton n Jackson were stupid. Shake down who? They're civil rights activists n you wouldn't know them unless they lived in a country that treats their race like 2nd class citizens. Also there is no such thing as a race card. First of all playing the race card means if I say enough bad things about white people they will give me something that I will benefit from. When have white people ever given black people something that they didn't have to work for? That term is so stupid n it needs to be buried now. And yes America is a very racist country. We all know it. Chris rock knows it as well but that doesn't mean he has to bring it up in every interview.

  • OPAL UK
    OPAL UK 2 months ago +2

    I THINK l LOVE MY WIFE- -its crazy funny! Just watch it

  • Ms Abigail Flurm
    Ms Abigail Flurm 2 months ago +5

    Chris Rock has the face of a ventriloquist dummy, but in the best way. Like Howdy Doody

    • Anthony J
      Anthony J 2 months ago +1

      I'm sure Chris will love your comment.

  • oyinbo peppe
    oyinbo peppe 2 months ago

    I don't believe Chris Rock was bullied at his White school, it is the other way around, maybe one White boy bullied him at that school, not the whole White school.

  • John
    John 2 months ago +2

    She makes watching paint dry fun.

  • Magus Crowley
    Magus Crowley 2 months ago +30

    I always suspected my minister father was a failed comedian.

  • Marvelous Reggie
    Marvelous Reggie 2 months ago

    Pootie Tang was deplorable. Cb4 was Terrible. I love my wife was passable. Good hair was passable

  • ronn mattson
    ronn mattson 2 months ago

    It would be a nightmare to write a sermon every week. I'd worry about it all week and put off till Saturday night. I would show half a religious movie every Sunday instead of a sermon. Show other half next Sunday. I need a free house to live in and a wage, I'll provide the big screen if I have to. DVR a appropriate movie off cable. I'm not all that religious but I won't molest anybody. The clothes look comfy,robes and what not. So I'm available. I think an afterlife is possible so....I could make it work. Give generously!

    • ronn mattson
      ronn mattson 2 months ago

      Oh no , sad hospital visits. Just thought of that! ...No I'm out. Company car could swing me back around.,though?

  • Ryan Harrington
    Ryan Harrington 2 months ago +32

    The one thing i love about Chris rock is he never acts diff then who he is. He doesnt act gangster when hes around blaxk people and doesn't act diff around white folks.

    • MegaDiva1999
      MegaDiva1999 12 days ago

      so true.he's been to my city a couple of times and gone to watch and support local up and coming comedians ingognito.No airs m no graces ,no entourage. Just humility, encouragement and lots of funny.Good guy

    • Frantz Fuller
      Frantz Fuller 17 days ago

      Ryan Harrington SMH Dumb ass comment. But statistically there must be one. So I guess congratulations is in order.

    • Mark Jones
      Mark Jones 17 days ago +1

      Why would a comedian be acting "Gangster"? Lol...the most ridiculous shit I've heard.

    • spanish rampage
      spanish rampage 27 days ago

      Not for nothing but black guys from brooklyn have that quality...Mike Tyson, Flavor Flav, Donald Trump ect ect

    • Don Riller
      Don Riller Month ago

      @Ryan Harrington There you go. Good boy!

  • JungleYT
    JungleYT 2 months ago

    He seemed tired...

  • L LL
    L LL 2 months ago

    oohh drop the black vs white narrative, Chris.. there is NO WAY Decraprios' resume is more impressive than Denzel's.. FACTS!

  • Kevin Pack
    Kevin Pack 2 months ago +1

    smart, humble guy

  • ChelseafcTube
    ChelseafcTube 2 months ago +3

    It started awkward but towards the end you could feel the genuine air of connection and respect from both, great interview.

    • Singh
      Singh Month ago

      @kay poly the guy heavily breathing in the back made it awkward

    • kay poly
      kay poly 2 months ago

      What part in the beginning was ever awkward?

  • l h
    l h 2 months ago +6

    wow get a new interviewer....Really bad....Poor chris

  • Sagatuppercut SF2
    Sagatuppercut SF2 2 months ago +1

    I liked his skits on SNL.

  • SIFU SAYS
    SIFU SAYS 2 months ago

    Where did you go to school and get shit and piss thrown at you really?Sounds like BS .
    Was in a restaurant a few years back in the city( Desiderios)was introduced to him and Adam Sandler
    SANDLER a real gentleman ..Chris Rock acted like a JERK OFF .
    Some of stuff funny cause it's real and true .

  • Aylin Yilmaz
    Aylin Yilmaz 2 months ago +2

    How freaking cruel! What kind of school did he go to with kids throwing fences and piss on him. Thatโ€™s terrible.

    • kay poly
      kay poly 2 months ago

      "There is no racism in America ok! it's just blacks crying wolf all the time", they are supposed to just sit there and take it like Chris did.

  • Marketing Heavy Duty Tow Companies

    Chris your net worth is 110 million. You are oozing the hell out of security. I don't think your pops minimum wage could make you feel more secure but then again I know what he's talking about

    • kay poly
      kay poly Month ago

      @Singh Why are you deflecting from my initial point made?

    • Singh
      Singh Month ago

      Money doesn't mean security to him, he's talking about emotional security. I think him being an adult now & his dad not being an umbrella over him, he has to take the rain head on while being an umbrella for his family. I think he had a close relationship with his dad where he could have talked about anything and now that's lost. He feels like he cannot open up to anyone else as much as he could be vulnerable to his father.

    • kay poly
      kay poly 2 months ago

      But he is still black. I doubt the poorest whiteman would trade places with him. food for thought.

    • Peter Jongsma
      Peter Jongsma 2 months ago

      110 million!
      Sheesh.

  • Freda Walker
    Freda Walker 2 months ago

    ROACH. LOL ๐Ÿ˜‚

  • Freda Walker
    Freda Walker 2 months ago

    Her questions werenโ€™t the best

  • Paw PK
    Paw PK 2 months ago +1

    "Help me out, Beyonce!" LMAO!!!!!!!!

  • Limey Figdet
    Limey Figdet 2 months ago +4

    Whoever you are, I can still hear your heavy breathing, and I can also hear that you didn't want it to be heard.

  • daz374
    daz374 2 months ago +2

    Every time I close my eyes I see a zebra.

    • DV M
      DV M 2 months ago

      ๐Ÿ˜‚

  • Perfect Storm
    Perfect Storm 2 months ago +8

    Love his homework song idea!!๐Ÿ˜‚

  • Zed137
    Zed137 2 months ago

    what a horrible interviewer.. mechanical.. uninterested.. terrible.. she ruined this

  • Passionate Vampiress
    Passionate Vampiress 2 months ago

    I've begun to wonder if Chris Rock has gender dysphoria as he talks a lot 'bout being female.