Stand-up comic book and former Breaking Bad actor Bill Burr sparked a Twitter firestorm in his first Saturday Night Live monologue for taunting everyone from white women to gay people.
His comments have not been well received on social media.
“The guard movement should deal with people of color who don’t get a chance. … Somehow white women swung their feet in Gucci boots over the fence of oppression and stuck themselves to the top of the line, ”said the creator of Netflix’s animated show F is for the family when he opened SNL on Saturday.
“I’ve never heard such complaints from white women in my life,” said Burr before adding, “You have stood by our poisonous white men for centuries in our crimes against humanity, you have rolled around in blood money, and on occasion when you wanted to sneak off and hang out with a black guy when you got caught you said it wasn’t consensual. You did that ”
He went on to pop Gay Pride month.
“The month of June is the month of Gay Pride. That’s a little long, don’t you think, for a group of people who have never been enslaved? “” Burr said. “How did you get there all June?
“The blacks were actually enslaved. You get February, you get 28 days of cloudy weather. … how about you associate her with Juli? They are equator people. ”
Critics lit Twitter and ripped off Burr.
“Bill Burr is rubbish and has always been rubbish,” @emrazz said.
“Not because he doesn’t make legitimate criticisms in some of his comedies, but because he has always used his ability to bring them out to the detriment of change and for his own benefit, and he can throw himself in the sun for it.”
@ AbbysDad3 wrote, “Jokes were tasteless, not funny. As a gay man in an interracial relationship, we were both offended and switched channels. Who approved this monologue? ”
The funny guy also came out swinging against those disregarding COVID-19 restrictions when he opened the show, joking, “Take out your weak cousin with asthma, I don’t care.
“There are too many people … it prevents you from reproducing.”
@HoyaLikeThat shot back, “As a ‘weak cousin with asthma,’ I found your monologue insensitive and appalling. They don’t know what it is like to live with this disease – especially in the age of COVID. It is no joke. It is a scary reality that I have to be vigilant for every day. Show some class and sensitivity. ”
Ignoring the controversy, Burr tweeted on Sunday, “Thanks Lorne, the cast, everyone at @ nbcsnl … No words to describe how much fun the experience was,” calling it the “night of my life!”
He had supporters who also tweeted their praise for his act.
“Hello. I’m a white woman and I think your monologue was hilarious and true @billburr. Ignore the easily offended snowflakes! “Wrote @boozebudbeards.
This article originally appeared in the New York Post and was reproduced with permission
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